BODIES SENT FROM NICARAGUA
MANAGUA, Nicaragua – November 24, 1933 – The bodies of James F. Dickey, a Quartermaster Clerk of the United States Marine Corps, who was killed in the earthquake in March 1931, and of Lieutenant Lawrence C. Brinton, Lieutenant Laurin T. Covington and Finis H. Whitehear, Pharmacist Mage, U.S.N., killed on Action April 21, 1932, are being shipped to Balboa,Canal Zone, to be sent to the United States.
DICKEY, JAMES F
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER CLARK WO US MARINE CORPS
- DATE OF DEATH: 03/31/1931
- BURIED AT: SECTION 6 SITE 8682
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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