|Birth: ||Sep. 27, 1927|
|Death: ||Feb. 16, 1932|
GRIM TRAGEDY STALKS IN WAKE OF FIRE TODAY--Two Small Boys Trapped in Raging Inferno Beyond Rescue
Grim tragedy stalked in the wake of a fire discovered about 10:30 this (Tuesday) morning in a shed to the rear of the Harry Isaac residence on South Sixth Street, for trapped within that raging inferno, beyond the reach of frantic mothers and willing neighbors, were two small boys: James Harry Isaac, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac and Milon Albrecht, Jr., 4, the son of Mrs. and Mrs. M. H. Albrecht, whose lives were snuffed out as they crouched in a corner of that frame structure as if to hide from the demon flame. Their charred bodies were recovered from the ruins by Coroner C. H. Hofmann, as Douglas firemen battled the blaze.
No funeral arrangements have yet been made. Milon was survived by his heart-broken parents, one brother and five sisters.
Information was obtained from an article in the Douglas Enterprise, February 16, 1932.
Note: There is no headstone.
Douglas Park Cemetery
Created by: Betty Alberts
Record added: Jun 22, 2011
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