Leonard W. A’Hearn
No. 22393 Leonard W. A’Hearn from The Boston Globe, June 14, 1918
The following is from The Boston Globe, June 14, 1918
Leonard W. A’Hearn of Dorchester commissioned.
Leonard W. A’Hearn, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A’Hearn of 13 Bruce St., Dorchester, has been commissioned a second lieutenant, according to word received by his parents from France, where the young man has been since last Fall. He is attached to Co D. 101st Infantry.
He left Framingham with the 101st, and after reaching France, was made a sergeant. He is a graduate of the Thomas N. Hart School of South Boston and was studying at Boston College when he wiunt into the service.
He has two brothers, both of whom are in the service, Clarence J., who is training for aviation at San Antonio, Tex., and who expects to qualify this week, and Harold ?B., who is in the Quartermaster Corps at Camp Upton.