Maryland

There are four burials in Maryland.

Leading Seaman Eustace Alfred Bromley, Royal Navy, was serving on the armed merchant ship SS Kerry Range. He died in a major fire that also wrecked the SS Kerry Range on 30 October 1917 and is buried in Oak Lawn Cemetery, Baltimore. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Acting Leading Seaman Joseph Thompson Clark, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, was serving on the armed merchant ship SS Courtown. He drowned while swimming in Baltimore harbour on 28 July 1917 and is buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Baltimore. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Cadet Arthur William Webster Eden, Royal Flying Corps, died in an aircraft crash in Texas on 21 December 1917 and is buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Baltimore. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

Private Harry Fooksman enlisted for service with the Canadian Expeditionary Force under the name Harry Ross and joined 97th Battalion (American Legion), Canadian Infantry. While training in Toronto, he died on 6 May 1916 of cerebrospinal meningitis and is recorded as being buried in Philadelphia Road Russian Cemetery, Baltimore but this cemetery no longer exists under this name. Harry Fooksman is buried in B’nai Israel Cemetery, Southern Avenue. His Commonwealth War Graves Commission record is here.

See also Men Buried in the United States but not Commemorated by the CWGC.

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