|Birth: ||Apr. 29, 1894|
|Death: ||Apr. 2, 1919|
New York, USA
Additional information from Find A Grave contributor "Ellen"
Stanely's father, James Wryn moved Stanley"s grave to the one next to Walter Wryn. That must be the reason there are two stones for Stanley.
The following from Find A Grave contributor "Cara"
Great Falls Daily Tribune (MT), 8 April 1919
Military Honors for Stanley Wryn
Military funeral services will be held this afternoon for Stanley Wryn, the soldier who died in a New York hospital after being brought back from Europe where he had served with the expeditionary forces.
Stanley E. Wyrn was born in South Park, Minn., Dec. 29, 1894. He came with his parents to Great Falls in June 1899, and received his education in the Great Falls schools. On Oct. 7, 1917, he left Great Falls with the third contingent for Camp Lewis where he remained until July 1918. He left for France and arrived there about July 20 and served with the 362nd ambulance company until Dec. 19, when he was taken to a hospital in France and finally landed in the New York port on Feb. 2.
John Wryn, 611 Twelfth street north, was notified of his brother's serious condition and left immediately for the east. He remained there several weeks and as there seemed reasonable hopes for his brother's recovery, he returned home over a week ago hoping to return and bring him home in a month or so, but was notified last week that his brother had passed away with leakage of the heart, April 2.
Mr. Wryn is survived by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. James Wryn, five brothers, Roger, John, Frank, all of Great Falls; Walter with the U.S. army of occupation, Rausbach, Germany; and James of Casper, Wyoming, recently discharged from the service; three sisters, Mrs. L.A. Jourdonais, Seattle; Mrs. B.H. Gilbert and Miss Irene Wryn, of Great Falls.
James Wryn (1848 - 1919)
Elizabeth A Rogers Wryn (1862 - 1936)
Roger Wryn (1884 - 1964)*
John Wilson Wryn (1888 - 1974)*
Walter Eugene Wryn (1890 - 1931)*
Stanley E Wryn (1894 - 1919)
Irene Wryn (1900 - 1989)*
Plot: Buried in the Veterans section of the cemetery
Created by: Judyvv
Record added: Mar 22, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35070189
Special thoughts for a brave man, never to be forgotten|
Added: Oct. 4, 2015
Added: Feb. 4, 2015