Nov 15, 2009

Dundalk family wants to bring sibling's remains home

(Baltimore Sun) A gray headstone marks the Bayne family plot in a Baltimore cemetery. Etched in the polished granite are the names of a mother, a father and their eldest son, a soldier lost in World War II.But the remains of Pfc. Robert B. Bayne are interred far from his parents, most likely in an unknown soldier's grave in St. Avold, France. On this Veterans Day, his surviving brothers, 81-year-old twins Kenneth H. and Calvin C. Bayne, remain determined to bring the sibling they called Buddy home from the war that claimed his life in 1945. Continued