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Benjamin J. Sandlow

Private, U.S. Army

9th Infantry Regiment,
2nd Infantry Division

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: July 18, 1918
Missing in Action or Buried at Sea
Tablets of the Missing at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery
Belleau, France


PRIVATE BENJAMIN SANDLOW was the son of Mary Sandlow, of 1238 Mechanic Street in Camden NJ. He enlisted in the United States Army on July 22, 1917. Sent to Fort Slocum NY, Benjamin Sandlow was assigned to Company F, 9th Infantry Regiment.

Private Benjamin Sandlow was killed in action on July 18, 1918 at the beginning of the Allies major offensive. Initially declared missing in action, the Army changed his status to killed in action in July of 1919.

Private Sandlow was survived by his father, who had passed away by January of 1920. He was also survived by his mother, brothers Louis, Carl, and Anthony, and sisters Della, Laura, and Charlotte. Another brother, John Sandlow, was born after Benjamin Sandlow had been killed. The family was still living on Mechanic Street as as late as April 1930.



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