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T/5 James Edward JonesBorn: 29 November 1916 – Owensboro, KentuckyParents: Charles L. Jones & Mary E. Maglinger-JonesSiblings: 3 sisters, 5 brothersHometown: 608 Lewis Street, Owensboro, KentuckyMarried:Enlisted:– U. S. Army– 21 January 1941 – Louisville, KentuckyMarriedTraining:– Fort Knox, Kentucky – typical day– 6:15 with reveille– most of the soldiers were up before this since they wanted […]
Filed as: 192nd – D Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Camp O’Donnell, Prison Camp
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Pvt. P.Z. Eldridge was born on September 17, 1922, in Geneva County, Alabama, to Leamon E. Eldridge & Gennis Griffin-Eldridge. With his three sisters and four brothers, he lived on Rural Route 2, Slocomb, Alabama. He worked as a farmhand. P.Z. was inducted into the Army on August 6, 1940, at Fort Benning, Georgia. He […]
Filed as: 192nd – B Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Cabanatuan, Camp O’Donnell, Cause of Death, Disease, Prison Camp
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Pvt. Leonard Marvin Adams was born on August 7, 1919, in Montague County, Texas, to Daniel W. Adams & Rosa Adams. With his three sisters and five brothers, he grew up in Texas and Anadarko, Oklahoma, and attended Fairview School in Anadarko, but left school after finishing the seventh grade. During the 1930s, his family […]
Filed as: 192nd – C Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Provisional Tank Group
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Pvt. William Eugene Adams was born on February 9, 1919, in Larue County, Kentucky, to John and June Adams in Larue County, Kentucky. Like many others of the time, he left school after completing grammar school. It is known that he worked in forestry. William was drafted into the U.S. Army on January 21, 1941, […]
Filed as: 192nd – D Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Provisional Tank Group
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Pvt. Eduardo R. Aguero was born in Texas in 1914. What is known is that he was living with his mother’s parents, Francisco and Ygnes Flores in DeWitt County, Texas, 1920. Like many of the time, he never completed grade school. He married Margarita Jimenez in Stinton, Texas, and was the father of a son. […]
Filed as: 192nd Tank Battalion, 192nd – D Co., Provisional Tank Group
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PFC Robert S. Ainsworth was born in Columbus, Ohio, in September 1918, and was one of two sons of David W. Ainsworth and Virgie Ainsworth. He lived at 2609 Elliott Avenue in Columbus, graduated from West High School in 1937, and worked as a storage clerk at a mine supply company. Robert was inducted into […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – HQ Co., 192nd Tank Battalion
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Pvt. John Byrne Aldred was born on June 20, 1918, to Alfred R. Aldred and Kathleen Byrne-Aldred. He was one of the couples’ three sons. His family resided at 2312 Kentucky Street in Louisville, Kentucky. From 1924 – 1932 he attended St. Louis Bertrand Grade School. He then attended St. Xavier High School and Ahrens […]
Filed as: 192nd Tank Battalion, 192nd – D Co., Provisional Tank Group
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Sgt. William C. Alford was born on October 1, 1921, to George Alford and Sadie May Miller-Alford in Danville, Kentucky. He attended school from kindergarten through eighth grade in Danville, but for high school, he traveled to Burgin, Kentucky.In July 1939, he joined the Kentucky National Guard’s 38th Tank Company from Harrodsburg.
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – HQ Co., 192nd Tank Battalion
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2nd Lt. John Henry AllenBorn: 26 June 1917 – MinnesotaParents: John H. Allen Sr. & Rose Bollman-AllenSiblings: 1 brotherHome: 225 Charles Street – Saint Paul, MinnesotaEducation:– Central High School – St. Paul, Minnesota– Class of 1935– The University of Minnesota – Class of 1940– Reserve Officers Training CorpsInducted:– U. S. Army– 1941 – Fort Snelling, […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd Tank Battalion
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Pvt. Clarence L. Allen was born on August 31, 1919, in Lyon County, Kentucky, to Alton D. Allen and Leena Landkin-Allen. With his sister and brother, he grew up in Kuttawa, Kentucky. He left school after finishing grammar school and worked as a farmhand before joining the Civilian Conservation Corps. Clarence was drafted and reported […]
Filed as: 192nd – D Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Cabanatuan, Cause of Death, Disease, Prison Camp, Provisional Tank Group
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