Fred Schnare


Schnare Funeral Held Thursday

Fred Schnare is also mentioned on the following pages on the Great War site:
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The remains of Fred Schnare who died on his way to France arrived this morning at four o'clock from Hoboken accompanied by a fellow soldier, Mr. Matthews. The funeral will be held at two o'clock from Schneider Bros. It will be military in nature but in accordance with regulations will be private with services, conducted by the Rev. Mr. H. L. Searles, student advisor of the Presbyterian church. Fred Schnare was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnare of Union township. Interment will be in Oakland cemetery.

~Iowa City Citizen, October 30, 1918

Fred Schnare, '18, Dies at Sea

Another gold star is to be added to Coe's service flag, for the casualty list published December 6 contains the name of Private Fred Schnare, ex '18, who died at sea in October. Pvt. Schnare died of influenza in October, on his way to France. His body was sent back to Iowa City for burial. He had entered the Coe academy in 1911.

~Coe College Cosmos, December 13, 1918


-transcribed and Submitted by Sharyl Ferrall for Iowa in the Great War
Iowa GenWeb County Coordinator, Allamakee, Clayton, Winnebago counties
Iowa Old Press IAGenWeb Special Project Co-coordinator