From an obituary that appeared in a local newspaper at the time his death, about August 1945:
WICONISCO, 23 August 1945 — A military funeral will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the home of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Norman Umholtz, of Williamstown, for Franklin Jury, 20, aviation machinist’s mare, second class, who was struck and instantly killed by the propeller of an airplane at the Atlantic City Naval Air Station on Monday.
The Rev. Robert C. Klingensmith, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Williamstown, will officiate. Burial will be in Williamstown Cemetery.
Jury was killed the day after he and his wife, the former Charlotte Umholtz, of Williamstown, had spent the weekend in Williamstown and Wiconisco.
Jury, who entered the Navy after graduating from Wiconisco High School two years ago, had served in both the Atlantic and the Pacific. In recent months, however, he had been stationed at Atlantic City, and he and his wife lived at Absecon.
Young Jury is survived by his widow; his mother, Mrs. Daisy Esterline, of Wiconisco; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Batdorf, Miami, Florida; and three half-brothers, Marlin Miller, in France with the Army; Charles Miller, Tower City; and Nevin Esterline, Wiconisco.
[Transcribed from: A Portrait of Our Ancestors (Jury), p. 50.74 (Revised 1986)].
Grave Marker. Franklin Irvin Jury, was born 20 May 1925 in Wiconisco, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. He was killed when struck by a propeller at the Atlantic City Naval Air Station, Pomona, Atlantic County, New Jersey, 20 August 1945. He is buried at the United Methodist Church Cemetery, Williamstown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Findagrave Memorial #27001778.