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Washington State Roll of Honor, Part 9: World War II Merchant Mariners

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HistoryLink is honored to offer the first Web posting of a comprehensive roster of Washington state citizens -- more than 9,000 as of 2010 -- who gave their lives in the service of their communities and country. Part 9 comprises a list of those in the merchant marines who lost their lives during World War II. Sixty-nine other Merchant Mariners are listed in the general casualties of World War II.

Garden of Remembrance
World War II
Merchant Mariners

EARL P AHRENS
LOUIS M BLACKBURN
ROBERT H BLEWETT
ISAAC H COLEMAN
ALBERT G DIEDE
FREDERICK C DODGE
WILLIAM G EHLERS
WESLEY E FINCH
JOHN B HAGARDT
FRANCIS HARRISON
EMEL JACKSON
LEONARD C JOSEPHSON
HOWARD F KEISER
EUGENE W LEGGETT
JOHN P MARSH
CLARENCE W MARTIN
CLARENCE E MC COY
ROY L NELSON
INGOLF O PETERSEN
JOSEPH A PIERPOINT
LEE E SHULTZ
FRANK A SIMPSON
LESTER S SKANCE
HOWARD W SULLIVAN
TURE A SWANSON
DONALD W WAKEFIELD
ROBERT R WALDON

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