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Greenwood Boy Reported Missing On Lost , DeHaven Seaman William Robert Chalmers. 17. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Chalmers, Greenwood, was among those reported missing in action action in the sinking of the destroyer destroyer DeHaven during the Jan. 29-Feb. 29-Feb. 29-Feb. 4 battle in the Solomon Islands, according to word received by his parents parents from the Navy Department. Department. The youth, a native of the Greenwood section, enlisted in the Navy from this city last October after his father had signed papers permitting permitting the enlistment. The boy frequently visited his grandparents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William William Houck, 214 West Thirtieth Thirtieth Street, and his aunt and uncle. Police Sergt. and Mrs. Frank Lee. Seaman Chalmers was assigned assigned to the DeHaven after after his training at the Newport Newport Naval Station.

Clipped from The Morning News22 Feb 1943, MonPage 1

The Morning News (Wilmington, Delaware)22 Feb 1943, MonPage 1
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