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Howard William Haines

Apprentice Seaman

 

United States Naval Reserve

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: September 24, 1918
Buried at: Berlin Cemetery
                  White Horse Pike
                  Berlin, New Jersey

HOWARD WILLIAM HAINES lived most of his life on Broadway in the Laurel Springs section of Clementon Township NJ, which eventually became the Borough of Laurel Springs. Born in New Jersey around 1898 to a house painter, Daniel C. Haines and his wife, the former Mary L. Pinkerton, Howard Haines enlisted in the United States Navy on June 5, 1918 in Philadelphia. He was taken ill, and died of pneumonia brought in by the flu on September 24, 1918 at Great Lakes Naval Training Center Hospital in Illinois.   

Howard Haines was survived by his parents, Daniel C. and Mary L. Haines, of Broadway in Laurel Springs NJ, and a sister, Dorothy M. Haines.   


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