Ensign Herbert Maxwell KIA in North Atlantic

(Oct. 8, 1942) --  Ensign Herbert William Maxwell, 26, a naval aviation pilot has been reported killed in action in June.

He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Maxwell, formerly of Daily street, He was a graduate of Nutley high school and Upsala college.

The Nutley Sun, June 19, 1942:

Ensign Herb Maxwell And Nine Crewmen Reported Missing; Family Still Hopes

October 30, 1942

First Casualties of War
Ensign Herbert Maxwell
Reported Dead

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