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Grave has been located World War II Soldier flag male ancestor  Edward  FIELDS

  (b. June 13, 1914 Winchendon, Massachusetts, USA   d. 30 March 1997 Everett, Massachusetts, USA )  
Age: 83

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FIELDS Genealogy

Edward FIELDS was born June 13, 1914 in Winchendon, Massachusetts, USA. Edward FIELDS was the child of Fred FILION   and   Jennie Caroline SMITH

Edward was a soldier in World War II.

Edward FIELDS died 30 March 1997 in Everett, Massachusetts, USA.
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Edward FIELDS
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Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery Winchendon Worcester County Massachusetts, USA Plot: Section 6 Row F Site 134
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Birth
June 13, 1914
Winchendon, Massachusetts, USA

Death
30 March 1997
Everett, Massachusetts, USA


Edward is buried at: Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery Winchendon Worcester County Massachusetts, USA Plot: Section 6 Row F Site 134

Added: 3/27/2016 6:11:05 PM - Updated: 8/9/2017 12:17:09 PM

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