August 30, 1945 article about James Carroll Richardson

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August 30, 1945 article about James Carroll Richardson - Carroll Richardson Liberated In China From Jap...
Carroll Richardson Liberated In China From Jap Custody James Carroll Richardson, interned interned by the Japanese during the first days of the war in China, where he held a position with the British-American Tobacco Company, Company, has been liberated from custody of the enemy, according to a telegram received yesterday by his mother, Mrs. J. C. Richardson of 136 Chestnut Street. In the message which was from the provost marshall, he stated that the physical condition of Richardson was unstated, but in a cablegram from the interned son nlso received yesterday, he told that he and his wife, Mrs. Jenney Richardson, were "well and happy lo be in American hands again." The cable was sent from Weihsien, northern China. Richardson left Danville approximately approximately 10 years ago to accept a position position with the British-American Tobacco Company in China and during the course of years, returned returned to his native city once. Upon his return to the Orient the second lime, Richardson was married to a Russian girl, who will arrive in this country with him in the near future. Although Richardson's family here is uncertain of the date of !his arrival, it. is assumed that he is i en route to the United States at i this time. His expected They Navy (hat been I ' ing out Chenault Rev. G. •T. son, the

Clipped from The Bee30 Aug 1945, ThuPage 14

The Bee (Danville, Virginia)30 Aug 1945, ThuPage 14
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