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1 (Medical): Lawrence, James Melton (I177)
 
2 (Medical):A condition in which one-half of a patient's body is paralyzed Maienknecht, Rebecca (I311)
 
3 (Medical):Abnormal leaking of blood through the  mitral valve, from the  left ventricle  into the  left atrium  of the  heart.  Prosser, William (I2965)
 
4 (Medical):According to the West Virginia Death Certificate, she died before arrival to the Camden Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Boice, Lydia Lurena (I2306)
 
5 (Medical):Age 27 at death Vermillion, Lula M. (I176)
 
6 (Medical):Boat he was riding in became swamped and turned over. Ludwig, John G. (I3442)
 
7 (Medical):Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is commonly known as a stroke. Schuerlein, Eva Margaret (I3445)
 
8 (Medical):Clothing caught fire and received third degree burns over his body.
Missouri Death Certificate #36650 
Hollis, Phillip Richard (I2759)
 
9 (Medical):Contributing cause was Bright's Disease.  The term Bright's Disease is no longer used.  The condition is now refered to as nephritis or inflammation of the kidney. Baum, Phillip D. (I2397)
 
10 (Medical):Contributing cause was pneumonia McMullen, John Ezra (I2567)
 
11 (Medical):Contributing cause: Arteriosclerotic heart disease McMullen, James Ezra (I2960)
 
12 (Medical):Contributory cause carcinoma of liver Hootman, Eliza Jane (I778)
 
13 (Medical):Contributory cause was carcinoma of stomach Eilmann, Theodore (I1929)
 
14 (Medical):contributory cause was mechanical obstruction (G.I.) from metastases Lagamba, John Battista (I692)
 
15 (Medical):Contributory cause: Despondency Schuerlein, John George (I3451)
 
16 (Medical):Died at Camden Clark Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg, Wood, West Virginia, USA Henion, Mable Catherine (I383)
 
17 (Medical):Died at Lutheran Hospital in Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA Stuhler, Katherine (I9)
 
18 (Medical):Died at Marietta Memorial Hospital in Marietta, Washington, Ohio, USA Cross, James Franklin (I2879)
 
19 (Medical):Died at Missouri Delta Medical Center in Sikeston, Scott, Missouri, USA Finley, Billy Dean Sr. (I2675)
 
20 (Medical):Died at Moses Cone Hospital, North Carolina at 12:30AM Corder, Giles Milbert (I2839)
 
21 (Medical):Died at Mt. Royal Villa Inc. in North Royalton, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA Egler, Martin Edward (I8)
 
22 (Medical):Died at St. Joseph Hospital in Parkersburg, Wood, West Virginia, USA Cross, Alonzo L. Jr. (I2866)
 
23 (Medical):Died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Parkersburg, Wood, West Virginia, USA Myer, William Oliver (I2864)
 
24 (Medical):Died at the Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg, Wood, West Virginia, USA Schreckengost, Thuril Bunk (I2853)
 
25 (Medical):Died at the Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg, Wood, West Virginia, USA Shutts, Jack Irvin Jr. (I3019)
 
26 (Medical):due to hemophilia due to bleeding from small cut on face Eilmann, George Jr. (I1912)
 
27 (Medical):Due to mestastatic carcinoma and carcinoma of the breast Rembold, Irene M. (I1898)
 
28 (Medical):He died from a drowning accident in the Black River at Black Rock Arkansas. Raney, Gail Dee (I476)
 
29 (Medical):Inanition refers to the symptoms and effects of starvation. Krieger, Louis Otto (I942)
 
30 (Medical):Old and recent mycardial infarctions
Myocardial Fibrosis
Pulmonary infarction and thrombosis
Bilateral bronchopneumonia 
Finley, Ray W. (I780)
 
31 (Medical):Passed on through family history Pierce, Louesy (I1304)
 
32 (Medical):Passed on through family history Finley, Lillian Fay (I1224)
 
33 (Medical):Regina Nation Easter was murdered with her son from a previous marriage. Nation, Regina Ann (I1952)
 
34 (Medical):Secondary:
Broncho Pneumonia, Secondary Ateletasis 
Filip, Theodore (I328)
 
35 (Medical):She died while giving birth to the last of her two twins Bush, Elsie (I1847)
 
36 (Medical):She was involved in an auto accident in Parma Heights, Ohio.  The accident occured on 04 Dec 1931 at the intersection of Maplecrest and Pearl Rd Osborn, Myra E. (I799)
 
37 (Medical):Shotgun wound to head McMullen, William Jerry (I303)
 
38 (Medical):Skull fracture - Auto went off road on public highway
Occured RJ - Macedonia - Hudson Rd 
Hepner, Joseph Robert (I1048)
 
39 (Medical):Starvation due to broken right leg due to senility Jones, Malinda Jane (I2699)
 
40 (Medical):Stroke Gledhill, Joseph (I3463)
 
41 (Medical):The death certificate also lists the antecedent cause of death as: 4201 Baum, George John (I2399)
 
42 (Medical):This was passed on through family history Comstock, Martha Ann (I1287)
 
43 (Medical):This was passed on through family history Comstock, William M. (I1283)
 
44 (Medical):with arterial sclerosis Van Winkle, Harriette G. (I2531)
 
45 (Research):"Oracle"
March 31, 1999

Glen Dale McMullen; 90, of Parkersburg, died March 25 at his residence.

He was born at Willow Island to the late Ezra and AddiePitman McMullen. He served in the U. S. Navy and retired from Pure Oil Co. after 25 years as a truck driver. He attended the Church of Christ.

He is survived by his wife of 74 years, Lena Hart McMullen of Parkersburg; two sons, Donald L. McMullen of Newark and Gary D. McMullen of Parkersburg; two daughters, Loretta M. Flowers of Belpre and Mary Schrenkengost of Parkersburg; 15 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mae Oldfield of Cleveland; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by one daughter, Evelyn McMullen; one son, Robert McMullen; two brothers; and one sister.

Services were Saturday at Lambert-Tatman Funeral Home in Parkersburg with Evangelist Eddie Cooper officiating. Burial was in McMullen Cemetery at Borland Springs. 
McMullen, Glenn Dale (I302)
 
46 (Research):1920 Census shows that Martin Egler immigrated from Austria, however his World War II Draft Registration Card shows that his birth place was in Rumania. Egler, Martin Edward (I8)
 
47 (Research):1930 Census lists name as 'Erma A.'

Public Record Index lists name as 'Arline E. Armstrong'
1920 Census lists first name as 'Arline' 
Krebs, Erma Arline (I745)
 
48 (Research):22 MARCH 1945:
MAJOR Barnes, L.J. (P-CA in Command) 576th KIA

CAPT Grettum, R.B. (P) 579th KIA
1/Lt McCormick,J.J. (CP) 579th KIA
CAPT Swangren, R.(NMI) (N) 579th KIA
1/S Baker, M.(NMI) (R/O) 579th KIA
S/S Egler, M.C. (G) 579th KIA
S/S Sabolish, G.(NMI) (G) 579th KIA
S/S Chatterton, G.A. (G) 579th KIA

This tragic accident occurred as the Group aircraft were descending for landing at Wendling approximately (20) miles west of Great Yarmouth and coming home from a mission to Swabish-Hall airfield, Germany, just northeast of Stuttgart. The detail account by surviving crewmen on what actually what took place in this flare gun mis-firing on the flight deck of the Group Leader's aircraft was given verbatim afterwards, as follows: "INTERROGATION OF CAPTAIN GOOD, LT. BADER, AND 1/SGT. MUNDEN, 23 MARCH 1945, RE: CRASH OF A/C 150, 22 MARCH 1945....a narrative of events compiled from the stories of surviors....alI of whom agreed in all respects...AIC 150 was flying on a westerly heading about 20 miles west of Great Yarmouth at approximately 1540 hours when the fire broke out. To the best of the knowledge of the three crewmembers interrogated the crew was disposed as follows:
Major Barnes in Co-pilot's seat;
Capt Grettum in Pilot's seat;
Capt Good on flight deck near Mickey Set;
Capt Swangren at Navigator's table;
Lt Bader between Pilot and Co-pilot;
Lt McCormick in waist;
T/Sgt Munden in bomb-bay;
T/Sgt Baker; S/Sgt Egler; S/Sgt Sabolish and S/Sgt Chatterton in the waist.

Capt. Good placed a flare in the flare pistol to be fired as they approached the station. He then turned toward the front to watch the approach. As he turned he heard the pop and saw the flash of a flare behind him. He believes that the pistol fell from its mount and fired as it hit the deck. The flare was a double star flare. Capt. Good saw one unit of it which he tried to extinguish; the other unit apparently fell in the bag of flares on the flight deck igniting most of these simultaneously. In a matter of seconds the flight deck was completely filled with very dense smoke, and flames were burning all over the forward part of the ship.

T/Sgt Munden was standing in the bomb-bay when the first flare went off. He came forward to help extinguish it when the other flares went off. Capt Good yelled to him to get a fire extinguisher. He remembers pushing Capt Swangren out of the way who

had in the meantime left the flight deck and was standing in the well immediately behind the flight deck.

T/Sgt Munden tried to get through the flames to get the extinguisher on the flight deck, but he couldn't make it. He saw the flames were beyond control so he yelled for everybody to get out, and then left himself by the rear bomb bay. Lt. Bader tried, ineffectually, to stamp out the flames and then left by the forward bomb bay.

By the time Capt Good reached the nose compartment, flames were burning along the tunnel and in the nose itself, making it virtually impossible for him to return to the flight deck. He told Lt. Peters to bail out, then got his own chute and bailed out. They both left by the nose-wheel door.

The three men who were interrogated agree that the smoke on the flight deck was so thick that it would have been virtually impossible for the Pilot or Co-pilot to see their instruments. Flames were spreading rapidly; the flares either igniting or burning through everything they touched. None of the three can account for Capt Swangren, who was apparently in position to bail out. Capt Good and Lt. Bader both saw him reaching for his chute. They think that either he was struck by a flare or that he returned to the flight deck to help put out the fire. None of the three know anything of any of the men in the waist, but they believe that they were not aware of the danger until too late.... interrogated by Capt Edwin I. Wood, Assistant Station S-2." (End). (Note: My crew and I were flying in the same Low Squadron being led by Mayor Barnes. Our Gunners and myself saw the Grettum plane slowly drop down and begin to go into a slow left turn as we passed by the stricken aircraft. We saw what appeared to be smoke coming from the open bomb bay doors area' and I observed at the time what was believed to be a fiery smoke trail shooting out of the Co-pilot's sliding window in the cockpit area. Later, it has been recounted by others that it appeared Captain Grettum and Major Barnes both had tried unsuccessfully to egress the ship through their respective cockpit sliding windows).

There was a fourth crew member who survived this tragic mishap - 1 St Lt. J.L. Peters flying in the Nose Gunner's turret. The Barnes aircraft was B-24H Model #42-51150, Call Letter "Bar-U", nickname "I WALK ALONE" on it's 42nd combat mission. The crash site was at Whitehouse Farm, Horstead, England. Major Barnes was Commander of the 576th Bomb Squadron at the time of this accident. He had flown many successful missions as "CA" (Acting Command Pilot) in many Lead ships of the 392nd and reportedly, this last mission was the final one of his second tour of combat missions with the Group. He is buried in the U.S. National Cemetery at CAMBRIDGE, England in Grave D-3-20 and his awards were a Silver Star and Distinguished Flying Cross with (4) Oak Leaf Clusters, however, no Air Medal or Purple Heart citations are noted for him. He was a native of California. Capt Swangren is also interred at CAMBRIDGE as is Sgt Baker in Graves F-i -125 and F-2-142, respectively. Capt Swangren's awards are noted as the Distinguished Flying Cross with (3) Oak Leaf Clusters but no Air Medal or Purple Heart citations are mentioned. Sgt Baker's awards were an Air Medal with (3) Oak Leaf Clusters and the Purple Heart. Sgt Baker's home State was New York while Capt Swangren's was Illinois. No information is available on the subsequent interments of the other eight members killed in this regrettable accident.

Both Captain Swangren, Navigator, and Captain Good, Bombardier, had flown as the lead ship Bomb-Nay "team" on McGregor's crew on the 392nd's famous Gotha Mission of 24 February 1944 where the coveted distinguished unit citation was awarded the group for Navigation and Bombing Excellence.

http://www.b24.net/missions/nomacr.htm 
Egler, Martin G. (I13)
 
49 (Research):According to his WWI Draft Registration Card he as born in Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany and became a naturalized citizen in the United States.
His height was medium with a stout build.  Eyes were grey. 
Langermeier, George F. (I977)
 
50 (Research):Actual last name was Miniferd / Miniford (sp?)
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Actual last name was Miniferd / Miniford (sp?)
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Henry, Josephine (I167)
 

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