|Harry Helm Marmion, youngest son of Henry Murphy and Mary E Marmion|
|First child of Harry and Vera, was still born. The other two children were Harry Owens Marmion and Dal Vance Marmion.|
|Vera Bertha Owens
Dal Marmion youngest son
|Vera Bertha Owens Marmion|
|Harry Helm Marmion|
|at left ...now closed...Vera worked for the
Jefferson Drug Company in Beaumont TX for most of her life, where she moved up through the ranks to become the comany's head bookeeper.
Champagne-Marne , Champagne 1918, Lorraine 1918,
St. Mihiel , Meuse-Argonne
|there is evidence that some serving in the 52ND FIELD ARTILLERY
on front were gassed in Champaigne, during the time of St. Mihiel offense and Argonne Woods.
Effects of Mustard Gas:
The common psychiatric defects of warfare victims are:
1. Major depression disorders.
2. Dysthimic depression disorder.
3. Adjustment disorder mostly depression kind.
4. Anxietive disorders.
5. A low percent of other neural and psychiatric disorders.
|below: Camp Travis|
|below: battlefield in France|
Mary Gates Hospital, Port Arthur
|War is Hell (note: do not let children view this )|
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|Harry Owens Marmion, worked as a delivery boy for the same Drug Co where his mother Vera worked
Children of Vera and Harry
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