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Alexander Joseph Carno
- Name: Alexander Joseph Carno
- Location of Birth: Fosston, Minnesota
- Date of Birth: January 28, 1890
- Date of Death: May 5, 1976 (86 years old)
- Parents: Owen Carno and Leah (Guathier) Carno
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- Branch: Army
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- Date Sworn In: March 26, 1918 (Enlistment Date)
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- Date of Discharge: February 21, 1919 (Discharge Date)
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Alexander was a Military Policeman in the Army in World War I.
Information in the United States, World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942:
Name: Alexander Joseph Carno
Birth Date: January 28, 1890
Birth Place: Fosston, Minnesota, USA
Residence Place: Grand Rapids, Minnesota, USA
Registration Date: About 1942
Military Draft Date: 1942
Employee: Village of Grand Rapids, Minnesota
Height: 5' 11"
Hair Color: Red
Eye Color: Blue
Next of Kin: Mrs. Katherine Carno
Other obvious physical characteristics that will aid in identification: operation scar on right and left abdomen
- Wars Involved:
World War I
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Alexander came to Grand Rapids, Minnesota with his family in 1910.
He married Katherine Stancyzk at Stevens Point, Wisconsin on November 26, 1919, after his discharge from the Army.
Alexander was a former Grand Rapids, Minnesota police chief and justice of the peace. Alexander worked for Danube Mine until his retirement in 1955.
He had been a resident of the Itasca Nursing Home for the past three years. He was a life member of the Disabled American Veterans, the McVeigh-Dunn American Legion Post, and was a member of the Old Settlers Association.
Survivors are his wife, Cathrin; three sisters, Mrs. Alma Betts, Mrs. Jeanette Kling, and Mrs. Ione Kriesel; and a grand-niece, Mary Jane Shields.
Buried in Itasca Calvary Cemetery at Grand Rapids, Minnesota. (Plot C-C-03-14)
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