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Searching for James, B Beatty

James, B Beatty
Posted by Tonihunter
Posted: March 1, 2003
The Missing Persons Register
Looking for a MALE whose family in 1944 was located in PUCKETT, MISSISSIPPI. He was in the 1942 graduating class of Puckett, Mississippi High School. He is approximately 78 years old. At one time he was thought to be in the Baltimore, MD area. He was called into the military for World War II and entered in 1944. He was called by a nickname which I will not divulge and will use that to verify the individual when he, or someone related to him, contacts me. I know that he worked in the shipyards in Mobile, Alabama prior to entering the military. The name "Greta" will mean something to this individual. It is possible this individual is deceased but even that information is important. Knowing the whereabouts of this individual can bring closure to an important situation. (Category: Missing Pers)
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