Henry F. Levitzki

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HACKENSACK BOY DIES FROM KICK OF CAMP HORSE
Henry Levitzki lived on 27 Franklin Street in Hackensack and was drafted into the Army and served in France. While waiting for his discharge at Camp Hancock in Augusta Ga. He was kicked in the head by a horse and died. Henry Levitzki's name appears on all three World War I Plaques in Hackensack.

Written by:
Bob Mel
i
2010

The Evening Record
December 19, 1918
Article on Levitzki's death

 

Click here to view material researched by George Toriello on Henry Levitzki's death.

 

Click here the World War I Casualties of Henry F. Levitzki


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