Possible discovery of Death dates-The Influenza Epidemic of 1918 and the South Beach Patients Book 1918 - 1919

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If anyone knows anybody that died from The Influenza Epidemic of 1918 and could of been a patient in "South Beach, Washington Hospital" handwritten entries on p. 2/2, pdf., p. 1/2 is an image of the handwritten cover of record book. Record book of patients in South Beach, Washington hospital, 1918. Army Air Corps. Hospital staff hand wrote admissions daily to South Beach Hospital. The journal notes that six people were admitted on Christmas Day and that John N. Friel was admitted on December 27, 1918 at 5 pm and died on January 2, 1919 at 1:25 a.m. Record held at: National Archives at Seattle. Record Group 18. Other names are listed and could help in discovering death dates for those who died possibly around this time frame. https://www.archives.gov/exhibits/influenza-epidemic/records/south-beach-patients-book.pdf p. 2/2, pdf.

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