|Camp Cody - Earl J. DeMara|
* Scans of Lacey DeMara's great-uncle at Camp Cody *
History of Earl J. DeMara
Earl was the first born of 11 surviving children, child of Alice Ewing and Theodore DeMara (Demarest) from Sioux City. Earl's grandfather, Granville Washington Demarest, was a Corporal for the Union during the Civil War, serving in Company E, New York 82nd Infantry Regiment. Earl's father, Theodore DeMara (who altered his surname for unknown reasons), enlisted in the army at Ft. Sidney, Nebraska, in 1880. He was a private in the Cavalry, and he was discharged in 1885. Earl J. DeMara, was at Camp Cody in the summer of 1918. He is survived by his daughter, Marilyn June.
|Earl DeMara and Friends at Camp Cody||Charles Butes and Earl DeMara at Camp Cody|
|Lee and Earl DeMara at Camp Cody||Earl DeMara - Florida Mountains - Deming, New Mexico|
Acknowledgements: I wish to express my sincere appreciation to Lacey DeMara for donating her
scanned photographs. These pictures belonged to her great-uncle. Thank you very much Lacey
for sharing these pictures with everyone and for helping me to preserve the history of Camp Cody.
I do not own any of the actual Photographs or items on this Camp Cody Web site.
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