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Eighteen men from Sheffield Township, Warren County, or nearby and had their picture taken in a group at Camp Lee, during World War I.
Front row, left to right, Elmer Dunn, M.R. Papavero, Frederick William Patchen, John P. Miller, George T. Stenstrom and John Cronwell.
Second row, left to right, John A Swanson, Harry E. Anderson, Constantine Marvelous, _____ Stranberg, Michael Bross and Ernest Danielson.
Third row, left to right, Hugo Johnson, R. M. Knight, George Wamblade, unidentified, C.E. Johnson and James Hessley
Frederick William Patchen was identified by Cara, daughter of Robert Wayne Patchen Sr. (He was listed only as _____ Patchen in the book).
Frederick William Patchen was born 3 Feb 1901 and died 21 April 1922. He married Alice Bines and fathered two sons, Frederick Edward Patchen and Robert Wayne Patchen Sr.
Photo and information from Warren County Boys Over There, published by the Warren Historical Company, 1918.