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Arthur M. Brion, WW1 Casualty
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Arthur M. Brion

Son of Orren B. Brion of This Boro, Who Was Previously Reported as Missing.  Now Reported Dead.

 Last November when all of us were filled with gladness over the signing of the armistice and the cessation of fighting and were celebrating the event in joyous abandon, part of the brightness and happiness of the day was taken from our townsman, Orren B, Brion, when he received a telegram from the was department announcing the fact that his son, Arthur M. Brion had been reported as missing in action since September 27.  Since that day the father has been seeking information regarding his son, and hoping that later news would tell him all was well, but he has now received official notice of Arthur’s death.
 Arthur M. Brion was a Liberty township boy, but was well know in the boro, as his father has been for a long time one of the efficient and obliging clerks in the R. W. and M. F. Rose Company Store.  Arthur was 24

Bradford County PA
Chemung County NY
Tioga County PA

Published On Tri-Counties Site On 11/07/2003
By Joyce M. Tice

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