Relatives of CRB Delegates
Name: Dr. Erskine Carmichael
Location: Birmingham, Alabama
Relationship to: Oliver C. Carmichael (Uncle), CRB Delegate, Dec. 1914 thru March 1915.
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Statement: I'm writing a family biography and am interested in any information regarding the activities of OIiver C. Carmichael, who served in the Antwerp area with his colleague, B. Harvie Branscomb. At the request of Cardinal Mercier of Malines, they took his Christmas Pastoral Letter of December 1914, shortly after its printing, through the German lines and mailed it to London. A copy of the letter appeared in the London Times. I would also like to know any details about the provision of automobiles for transportation of the CRB delegates.
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Name: Jeff Miller
Location: Denver, Colorado
Relationship to: grandson of Milton M. Brown AND great grandnephew of William Hallam Tuck AND related to the Belgian family of Edouard Bunge (daughters Erica, Eva and Hilda)
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Statement: I have all the correspondence and journals of Milton Brown and am willing to share them as best I can. I do NOT have any Tuck material. I would be most interested in hearing of any material or information relating to Milton Brown.
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Name: John P. Nelson
Location: Decorah, Iowa
Relationship to: Son of David T. Nelson, CRB Delegate - December 1914 thru September 1915.
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Statement: In 1996 I compiled, edited and published letters and diary entries of my father which covered the years 1914-1919. He entered Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar in September 1914, left and joined the CRB in December 1914. He returned to Oxford in October 1915, left again in December 1915 and served in the American Ambulance Field Service thru April 1916. He returned to Oxford and in April 1917 left again, this time to enter the U.S. Army where he served in Military Intelligence in Washington, D.C. In November 1918 he was sent to Paris with the American Commission to Negotiate Peace. He served through May 1919, received his degree from Oxford in July and returned to the United States.
If you have an interest in his letters and diary entries I have made a PDF file of the publication which I am willing to forward to those interested. If you should have any information about David T. Nelson I would also appreciate hearing from you.
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Name: Margret R. Hunt
Location: Currently Sweden
Relationship to: Granddaughter of E.E. Hunt, CRB Delegate, Dec. 1914-Oct. 1915; author of War Bread.
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Statement: To come
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Name: Mariette Wickes
Location: Eugene, OR
Relationship to: Daughter of Francis C. Wickes, CRB Delegate, Oct. 1915 to June 1917.
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Statement: Mariette edited and self-published Love in the Time of War, which is based on letters and diaries of Germaine Attout and Francis Wickes, beginning in Belgium during World War One, 1914-1918.