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Vernon Snow


Snow, Vernon

k-Snow, Vernon. b. May 27, 1907 Burton’s Creek, Virginia, 1 yr. High school, 1 yr. National Guard and Naval Reserve, Single, Electrical Communications, CP 1935, received passport# 401361 on April 30, 1937 which listed his address as 204 2nd Street SE, Washington, District of Columbia and Natural Bridge, Virginia, Sailed May 4, 1937 aboard the Berengaria, Served with the XV BDE, Mackenzie-Papineau BN in training, replacement to the Transmissions Lincoln-Washington BN, KIA October 18, 1937, Fuentes de Ebro, during an air raid.

Sources: SACB, Mac-Pap, RA, USSDA 2:0938, 60:0379; Reid describes his death letter regarding his death on Ireland and the Spanish Civil War website http://irelandscw.com/docs-PatRead.htm.

Photograph: Vernon Snow from a newspaper clipping.

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Additional Notes CP State Secretary for Virginia, RA letter to Snow from Ruth in Norfolk, VA deals with work and organication of Friends of the ALB in Norfolk.