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    World war 1 munitions factory

    Hi, Thank you so much for the information you were able to find. The rescue story may have just been family lore, who knows. It is odd that I can't find death certificate information on Ancestry - now to try and find where he is buried will be my next challenge. He seems an interesting guy...
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    World war 1 munitions factory

    Hi, Thanks so much! I was always curious about George Henry. My mom said he worked at a munitions factory, there was a fire, he got out safely but went back in to rescue some women, they got out okay but not him. He went to Canada, then to Alaska where he lived and applied for citizenship...
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    World war 1 munitions factory

    His name is George Henry Pike, born December 4, 1882 in Devon, England. His last known address was 9 Princes Road West, Torquay.
  4. M

    World war 1 munitions factory

    My great uncle was killed in a munitions factory fire in 1917. My grandmother said it was in or near Scotland. There is no death record for him and I am wondering if it would have been at White Lund. Is there anyway to find out?
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