A death in Romania, Part 2

WW1HA member John Snow has a link to the story of Edward Newell Ware, who died in 1919 Bucharest while serving the American Relief Administration. The post was written by genealogist Vicki Cheesman about her ancestor:

http://www.warefamilies.org/blog1/biography/edward-newell-ware-1892-1919/

Edward Ware was an ambulance driver with the American Field Service. Here are diaries, letters, photos and MAPS from another ambulance driver, Samuel Miller Keplinger Jr., also posted by a family member:

http://www.ourstory.info/library/2-ww1/Keplinger/kepTC.html

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Volunteers with the American Field Service at an aid station. (“Friends of France,” Houghton Mifflin, 1916)

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