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Bedell, John V. B.

John V. B. Bedell U.S. Army WWII
John V. B. Bedell U.S. Army WWII

Date of Birth: 7/31/1902
Died On: unknown
Street Address: 85 Halsted Place
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-44

BIOGRAPHY Extended Information
John V. B. Bedell was born in Massachusetts on 1902. In Rye his family lived at 85 Halsted Place and were members of the Presbyterian Church. John served as an officer in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Name: John Van Buren Bedell Race: White Age: 39 Birth Date: 31 Jul 1902 Birth Place: Samerville, Mass. Residence Place: Port Chester, Rye, New York Registration Date: 16 Feb 1942 Registration Place: Port Chester, New York, USA Employer: New York Telephone Weight: 165 Complexion: Light brown Eye Color: Gray Hair Color: Brown Height: 5-10 1/2 Next of Kin: Marion Bedell

MBS JOHN V B BEDELL Mrs Ainas Erlckamn Bedell wife of John V B Bedell of Edge-wood Drive Port Chester died early today in United Hospital from a heart attack Mrs Bedell whose husband is an electrical en-Glaaer ka the employ of the New Tork Telephone Company and a member of an old and well 'known Rye family had resided in Port Chester for the last two years She had been in charge of the Rye Adult Education School sewing classes n hobby enterprise at Bye High School -prior to her recent illness Surviving besides her husband are Mrs Bedell’s parents Mr and Mrs Nils Krlcksson of Springy field Mass two sisters Mias Constance Ericks son of Port Chester and -Miss Muriel Ericks son of New Tork and one brother George of New Tork The funeral - arrangements are incomplete First Wife's Obit

Maxine Hood Becomes Bridle of Lieut. John V. B. Bedell Miss Maxine Hood, daughter of Mrs. George Harris Hood of White Plains, was married Saturday morning to John V. B. Bedell, First Lieutenant, U. S. A. , son of Mrs. Charles Ellsworth Bedell of Halstead Place and the late Dr. Bedell. The ceremony at eleven oclock in the First Presbyterian Church was performed by the Rev. Dr. John D. Gregory and was followed by a wedding breakfast at Blind Brook Inn. The bride was given in marriage by her mother. She wore a dress of blue crepe and a corsage of yellow roses. The brides sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ward W. Killion, of Cleveland, Ohio, attended the couple. Lieutenant Bedell attended Rye Schools and received his engineering degree from Columbia University. He is stationed in Washington. The couple will live in Arlington, Va. Friday, July 24, 1942 THE RYE CHRONICLE PAGE SEVEN
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