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James Samuel Carson (Engr ’34 L/M) of Havre de Grace, Maryland, died Jan. 5, 2016. He worked for DuPont in Nashville and for Tubize-Chatillon Corp. in Rome, Georgia, before beginning a long career with Edgewood Arsenal in Maryland. At Edgewood, he worked on the development of incendiary bombs, including napalm, and shares a patent for an agent for gelling gasoline or other liquid hydrocarbons to be used as an incendiary in firebombs and flamethrowers. He retired as chief of Edgewood’s section for the detection of war gases and agents in air and water. Mr. Carson was a member of the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, served as president of the Harford County March of Dimes and was active in the Havre de Grace Elks Lodge and Masonic Lodge. He was also an active member of the Thomas Jefferson Society. Survivors include a daughter, a son, four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and a sister.