Last Surviving Female Vet of WWI Dies A 109-year-old woman who was believed to be the country's last living female veteran of World War I died Tuesday near Boonsboro, Md. Charlotte Louise Berry Winters was a yeomanette in the U.S. Navy.
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Last Surviving Female Vet of WWI Dies

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Last Surviving Female Vet of WWI Dies

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A 109-year-old woman who was believed to be the country's last living female veteran of World War I died Tuesday near Boonsboro, Md. Charlotte Louise Berry Winters was a yeomanette in the U.S. Navy.