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Frank M. Falls

Private, U.S. Army

Company D 
1st Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battalion

Entered the Service from: Pennsylvania
Died: January 16, 1919
Buried at: Plot B Row 21 Grave 03
St. Mihiel American Cemetery
Thiaucourt, France


PRIVATE FRANK M. FALLS was born in New Jersey in around 1895 to Lena and Allen Falls. His father worked as a teamster. The Falls were living in Goshen, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania in 1900. The 1906 City Directory shows the family at 606 South 2nd Street in Camden. By the time the 1910 Census was enumerated, they had moved to Philadelphia. They moved back to Camden after the 1914 Camden City Directory was compiled.

Private Frank M. Falls of 14 Park Place, Camden NJ, died of pneumonia on January 18, 1919, in France. He was gassed on the day the armistice was signed, November 11, 1918. He was a member of Company B, 1st Anti-Aircraft Machine Gun Battalion, to which he was transferred from Company D of the old 3rd New Jersey National Guard Regiment. He was the son of Mrs. Lena Falls, of 44 Newkirk Place, and was 24 years old. His parents had moved out of Camden to Cecil County, Maryland by the end of 1919.



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