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Born: 4 October 1918 – Jefferson County, Kentucky Parents: Charles M. Graham & May Giles-Graham Siblings: 3 sisters, 3 brothers Home: 1610 Stevens Avenue – Louisville, Kentucky Inducted: – U. S. Army – 31 March 1941 – Louisville, Kentucky Training: – Fort Knox, Kentucky – assigned to D Company – Louisiana Maneuvers – 1 September […]
Filed as: 192nd – D 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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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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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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PFC Crate Davis Anderson was born on August 26, 1921, in Yellow Creek, North Carolina, to Edmund Anderson and Zena Hall-Anderson. With his sister, he grew up in Yellow Creek. When he was eight, his mother died. He left school after completing eighth grade and went to work as a farm hand. Crate enlisted in […]
Filed as: 192nd Tank Battalion, 192nd – D Co., Provisional Tank Group
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S/Sgt. Joseph Riley Anness Jr. was the son of Susie & Joseph R. Anness Sr., and was born on March 9, 1914, in Boyle County, Kentucky. He had two brothers and a sister and was the cousin of Elzie Anness, who was also a member of his National Guard company. On April 30, 1934, Joe […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – D Co., 192nd Tank Battalion
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Pvt. William L. Arnold was born on May 4, 1917, in Fishtail, Montana, to William C. & Margaret B. Arnold. He was the oldest of the couple’s six sons and four daughters. Since he could not afford the cost of getting to school, he dropped out of high school during his first year to help […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – D Co., 192nd Tank Battalion
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Pvt. John Barnett Babb was born on April 6, 1918, in Hopkins County, Kentucky. He was the son of Archie Babb & Minnie Lypcott-Babb and grew up in Madisonville, Kentucky. He was in the Civilian Conservation Corps planting trees in the Morganfield, Kentucky, area. In 1937, he married Dorothy Pleasant. The couple had a son, […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – D Co., 192nd Tank Battalion
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S/Sgt Donald McDonald Barden was born in 1920 in Richland County, South Carolina, to Clementina McDonald-Barden. Later, his mother married John A. Lemmons, which made him the brother of three sisters, a step-sister, and a step-brother. He later resided in Richmond County, Georgia, and worked in a shoe store. On July 24, 1940, he enlisted […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – D Co., 192nd Tank Battalion
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