Siegel, Samuel.


Seigel, Samuel. (Siegel); b. December 25, 1898, Brooklyn, New York; 3 and 1⁄2 years US Marine Corps (Navy June 27, 1918 to November 11, 1918); Single; Seaman; No party affiliation; Domicile 167 Varet Street, Brooklyn, New York; Sailed December 26, 1936 aboard the Normandie; Served with the XV Brigade, Lincoln Battalion, Co. 2, Section 1, Group 1; Rank Soldado; Served at Jarama; Wounded in action; Arrested April 10, 1937 detained in the Gardes Nationales. Repatriated medical, repatriated information indicates that he refused a pension even though he was over forty; Returned to the US on August 14, 1937 aboard the Statendam sailing from Boulogne, France to Hoboken, New Jersey; Translation from French-
Arrested on 10-IV by the doctor of La Cuelva, held in the National Guards. This robbery and stopped together with James Harris, who was, in view of his illness and waiting for the interrogation at the barracks of the National Guards. Harris disappeared the next day, a fact which was immediately signaled to the secretariat of the staff and the control commission. Seigel is indicted together with Harris, for having repeatedly hit the chest hurts David Horovits, because this cde, which was helping the doctor would have their refuses a cenf. Seigel recounted his fault and said that he was so angered by the injustice that was his opinion and the whole scene.

Sources: Voros-Jarama; RGASPI Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 849, ll 27, List of American Comrades that have been Repatriated as per October 15 1937; Opis 6, Delo 985, ll. 4; L-W Tree Ancestry.