Pvt. Miles E. Weech was born on July 5, 1915, in Hagerman, Idaho, to Joseph W. Weech & Hester J. Miller-Weech. He had five brothers and two sisters, but two of his brothers died as children, and his mother died
Pvt. LaVern Allen Weir was born on born on June 8, 1913, in Cortland, Ohio, to Laurence and Ruth Weir. His family resided on Bazetta Road in Bazetta Township, Trumbull County. He left high school, after his sophomore year, and
Pvt. Mike Stanley Wepsiec was born to Casmir and Catherine Wepsiec on August 7, 1915. His parents were Polish immigrants. He grew up in Chicago, with his four sisters and two brothers, and was raised at 2347 South Homan Avenue.
Pvt. Earl Weaver was born to Louis A. Wheeler & Mabel Dunsworth-Wheeler on February 25, 1915, in Colchester, Illinois. He had a brother and sister. The family moved to Rio Hondo, Texas, during the 1920s. In 1940, the family was
Pvt. Earl Winnifred Whitney was born on February 16, 1918, in Grandfield, Oklahoma, to Tyra A. Whitney and Francis Lettisha-Whitney. With his sister and brother, he grew up in Bryan and Walters, Oklahoma. He worked as a cook to support
Pvt. Grover David Whittinghill was born on July 28, 1918, in Mercer County, Kentucky, to Lillian Hendren-Whittinghill and James Whittinghill. With his two brothers, he grew up on Calvary Road in Rural Harrodsburg, Kentucky, and was a high school graduate.
Lt. Col. Theodore Francis Wickord was born on August 2, 1907, in Chicago, to Peter H. Wickord & Julia Nevecerel-Wickord. He married Marie Falisiewicz and with his wife lived at 1839 South 7th Avenue in Maywood, Illinois. The couple became
Pvt. Glenn E. Widener was born in October 1916 in Barnitz Township, Custer County, Oklahoma, to Charles Widener & Matilda M. James-Widener. He had six sisters, four brothers, one half-brother, and lived on the family farm. He attended school in
S/Sgt. Joseph J. Wierzchon Jr. was born in Toledo, Ohio, in 1915 to Joseph J. Wierzchon Sr. & Frances Wierzchon. He grew up in Toledo and lived at 1421 Pinewood Avenue and was a member of the Ohio National Guard
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