Since the Bataan Commemorative Research Project Website has been on-line, I have been asked repeatedly, in e-mails, in person, and for newspaper and magazine articles, why the website was created. To answer this question, I will attempt to tell the
1st Lt. John F. A. Bushaw was born to Frank Bushaw and Mollie Albright-Bushaw on August 5, 1913, in Milton, Wisconsin, and was one of the couple’s five children. When he was eight, his family moved to Janesville, where he
Cpl. George Steve Damos Born: 13 October 1922 – Akron, Ohio Parents: Steve and Mary Damos Siblings: 1 brother Home: 946 North Keystone Avenue – Akron, Ohio Occupation: worked in the family’s restaurant Enlisted: – U.S. Army – 12 July
Sgt. Richard L. Errington was born on July 23, 1920, to John Errington and Jenny Alice Thomas-Errington in Compton, California. He was the fifth child of the couple’s seven children. As a child, he grew up in San Antonio, California,
Pvt. Lester I. Tenenberg was born on July 1, 1920, to Mr. & Mrs. Gus Tenenberg and lived at 1209 West Sherwin Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. As a student, he attended Lane Technical High School and after high school, he worked
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