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Francis P Byerly
  
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Years covered: 1909 to 1910


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FRANCIS P BYERLY
(died Sep-04-1942) United States of America

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Last updated: 2021-05-21 12:32:50

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. F P Byerly vs G Burgess  1-0261909Harvard - Yale mC01 French, Exchange
2. F P Byerly vs C F Jefferson  ½-½481910Harvard - Yale, C.H.Y.P. playoff mC10 French
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  MissScarlett: (Harrisburg, PA) Evening News, September 4th 1942, p.19:

<MEDIA, Sept.4. - Francis P. Byerly, 52, a senior partner in the accounting firm of Price, Waterhouse & Co., was found dead in his automobile in a garage at his Media home today.

Authorities said he had apparently committed suicide by inhaling carbon monoxide from the exhaust of his car. His body was found by a housekeeper, Miss Catherine Kiernicki, who discovered a note in Byerly's bedroom which stated: "I am in the garage. Call a doctor."

[...] He was a graduate of Harvard.>

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