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Raymond A. COMBS

New Home Cemetery


Ray Combs
© The Enid OK Daily Eagle
11-18-1918
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre


Ray Combs Is Dead

Another Enid Boy Died in Camp Deming, N.M.

Word has just been received by Mrs. Charles Lowe stating that her nephew, Ray Combs, who has been so ill with pneumonia at Camp Cody, New Mexico, died this morning at 3 o'clock. Ray Combs was 22 years of age and had never been a very strong young man. He left a week ago Saturday for Camp Cody, and was accompanied by two neighbor boy chums, one Norril Burgess, who died Friday night. Ray leaves a father, mother, several brothers and sisters as well as other relatives, who mourn his loss. The bodies of these young men will be sent home to their parents.

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