MRS. FREDERICK STARK
War Nurse Gassed In France – Was Long In Veterans Hospital
CASTLE POINT, New York – April 17, 1937 – Mrs. Harrybelle Stark, war nurse who served with the United States Army Nursing Corps in France died yesterday at Castle Point Veterans Hospital here.
Mrs. Stark was gassed while she was on duty at Evacuation Hospital Number 6. Her war service was extensive.
She was Castle Point Hospital's oldest patient in point of hospitalization, having been here eleven years and eight months.
She will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, on Monday, with full military honors.
Surviving are are husband, Frederick Stark, and a son, David, both of Noroton Heights, Connecticut.
STARK, HARRYBELLE DURANT
- DATE OF DEATH: 04/16/1937
- BURIED AT: SECTION ARMY SITE 103
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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