R. T. NAGLE, 52, SERVED U. S. COURT OF CLAIMS
WASHINGTON, March 6, 1950 – Raymond T. Nagle, Commissioner of the Court of Claims, died today of a virus infection at his home in nearby Brookmont, Maryland, at the age of 52. He had been ill for several months.
Mr. Nagle, who had served several terms in the Montana Legislature before becoming Attorney General of his home state, came to Washington in 1937 as a special assistant to the Attorney General. He served both in the Indian Claims and Public Land Divisions. He was appointed to the Court of Claims in 1943.
Surviving are his widow, the former Margaret Anne Walsh of Helena, Montana, and three sons, Thomas, Richard and Patrick Nagle.
Burial will take place on Wednesday in Arlington National Cemetery.
NAGLE, RAYMOND T
- PVT 9 RECT CO GENL SERV INF USA
- DATE OF DEATH: 03/06/1950
- BURIED AT: SECTION 18 SITE 30167-1
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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