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Pvt. Eugene Charles Greenfield was born on July 21, 1918, in Alliance, Ohio, to Howard E. Greenfield and Grace Lavinia-Greenfield and lived in East Liverpool, Ohio. It is known he had one sister and that his family later resided in Bayard, Ohio. He also attended Ohio State University during the 1939/1940 school year. Eugene was […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – A Co., 192nd Tank Battalion
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Sgt. James William Griffin was born on January 12, 1912, in Chicago. He grew up at 6733 North Bosworth Avenue and was the son of Judge John J. Griffin & Alice McCabe-Griffin. His father was a Cook County, Illinois, circuit court judge. With his three brothers and sister, he grew up on the northwest side […]
Filed as: Cause of Death, 192nd – B Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Bilibid Prison, Execution, Prison Camp, Provisional Tank Group
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PFC. Laurence Hubert Grim was born June 9, 1921, to Ernest & Thelma Hnethron-Grim in Viola, Wisconsin.  He was the eldest of the couple’s five children. Ernest grew up in Readstown, Wisconsin, until his father’s automobile shop burnt to the ground. Not having insurance to rebuild the shop, his father moved the family to Janesville […]
Filed as: Cause of Death, 192nd – A Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Camp O’Donnell, Disease, Prison Camp, Provisional Tank Group
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Sgt. Jack Julian Griswold was born on December 10, 1919, on a farm near South Haven, Michigan, to Irving L. & Clarissa Griswold. With his five brothers, he lived first lived in Bellwood, Illinois, next at 843 South 17th Avenue in Maywood, Illinois, and attended Roosevelt Grade School in Bellwood. In June 1938, he graduated […]
Filed as: Cause of Death, 192nd – HQ Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Disease, Nagato Maru, Provisional Tank Group, Proviso Students, Proviso Students Who Died During WWII
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  Pvt. Edward Ericus Grogg Jr, was born on November 11, 1921, in Erie County, Ohio, to Edward E. Grogg Sr., and Emma Wadsworth-Grogg. He was the brothers of three sisters and later a half-sister. He joined the Ohio National Guard Tank Company in Port Clinton in November 1938 and worked as a commercial fisherman […]
Filed as: KIA, 192nd – C Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Provisional Tank Group
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  Pvt. James Thomas GrovesBorn: 15 February 1920 – KentuckyHome: 9½ South Main Street – Henderson, KentuckyInducted:– U. S. Army – 22 January 1941– Louisville, Kentucky– enlisted with his friend William JardotTraining:– Fort Knox, Kentucky– Arrived: 28 November 1941– day for the soldiers started in 6:15 with reveille– most of the soldiers were up before […]
Filed as: Prison Camp, 192nd – D Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Cabanatuan, Camp O’Donnell, Nagato Maru, Provisional Tank Group
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  Pvt. Edward M. Haines was born on October 26, 1921, in Flushing, Ohio, to Willis Haines & Edith Daugmerty-Haines. It is known he had a sister and a brother and that his father died when he was eleven. To make things easier on the family, they moved in with her mother and step-father. He […]
Filed as: Hell Ships, 192nd – HQ Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Cabanatuan, Camp O’Donnell, Nissyo Maru, Prison Camp, Provisional Tank Group
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  Pvt. John Hando was born on May 22, 1918, in Piney Fork, Pennsylvania, to Ignatius Hando & Veronica Haydu-Hando. He grew up in Brookfield, Ohio, with his four sisters and brother. He completed eighth grade but never attended high school. To help his family, he worked in a steel mill as a slag operator. […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – HQ Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Cabanatuan, Camp O’Donnell, Hell Ships, Nissyo Maru, Prison Camp
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Capt. Donald Leroy Hanes was born August 10, 1903, in Hoopeston, Illinois, to Charles K. Hanes & Opha D. Kincade-Hanes. His given name was Marion Donald LeRoy Hanes, but he was known as “Don” to his family. At some point, he legally changed his first name to Donald which is the name that appears on […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – HQ Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Brazil Maru, Enoura Maru, Hell Ships, Oryoku Maru
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  Pvt. George Charles Hardtke was born on July 18, 1914, in Chicago, Illinois, and was the son of Louis F. Hardtke & Emma J. Rach-Hardtke. With his six brothers and three sisters, he grew up at 1861 North Winnebago Avenue in Chicago. Like many young men of the time, George completed grammar school and […]
Filed as: Provisional Tank Group, 192nd – HQ Co., 192nd Tank Battalion, Camp O’Donnell, Cause of Death, Disease, Prison Camp
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