PFC Joseph A. McGinnis Born: 23 July 1916 – Jersey City, New Jersey Mother: Mary McGinnis Siblings: Unknown Hometown: 779 East 24th Street – Paterson, New Jersey – living at 171 Duncan Avenue in October 1940 Occupation: American Railway Express
Pvt. Raymond Hayden McGill Born: 12 July 1920 – Caddo County, Oklahoma Parents: Joseph A. McGill and Callie Thomas-McGill Siblings: 1 sister, 2 brothers Home: 1105 North 9th Street – Chickasha, Oklahoma Nickname: Hayden Occupation: Worked at a bowling alley
Pvt. Ira Clifton Morgan Born: 22 March 1913 – Daingerfield, Texas Parents: Rudolph W. Morgan and Lucy B. Galloupe-Morgan Home: 1009 Poindexter, Fort Worth, Texas – the family moved to Ft. Worth in 1928 Siblings: 3 brothers, 2 sisters Nickname:
2nd Lt. Ben R. Morin was born in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, on August 15, 1920, to Benjamin and Josephine Morin. With his four sisters and four brothers, he lived at 1301 South 9th Avenue in Maywood, Illinois. On October 15,
Pvt. Emmit Arthur McDow was born on April 13, 1914, in Elk City, Oklahoma, to James W. McDow and Claudia F. Sapp-McDow. With his sister and brother, he grew up on Route #2, Canute, Washita County, Oklahoma. It is known
Sgt. John Joseph Morine was the son of Frank and Rosa Morine. He was born on November 22, 1916, and grew up in Gypsum, Ohio, where his father worked for U. S. Gypsum. With his brother and sister, he grew
Major John Coffinberry Morley was the oldest of five children born to Lieutenant Commander John Edward Morley and Nadine Morgan Coffinberry-Morley. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on March 6, 1904, and lived at 10819 Magnolia Avenue in Cleveland, where
T/5 Paul E. Moser III was born on June 10, 1919, in Jeffersonville, Clark County, Indiana, and was the son of Anna and Paul E. Moser Jr. With his older sister, Augusta, he grew up at 310 Harrison Avenue in
1st. Lt. William Dillon Mosiman, M. D., was the son of Edna Dillon-Mosiman and Levi Mosiman. He was born on May 5, 1913, and had two sisters and a brother. His father was the postmaster of Morton, Illinois, where William
Cpl. Harold Dean McDonald Born: 5 April 1915 – Scio, Oregon Mother: William F. McDonald and Cressie L. Miller-McDonald Siblings: 1 sister, 4 brothers – one sister died as a child Hometown: Portland, Oregon – moved to Salinas, California, with
What is known about Pvt. Robert Hazel Moss is that he was born to Thomas C. Moss and Emma T. Skaggs-Moss on August 1, 1922, in Oak Hill, Taylor County, Kentucky. He was the second of the couple’s three sons.
PFC Joseph F. McCrea was born on March 2, 1920, in Benton, Wisconsin, and was the son of John R. McCrea and Flora Mae Peacock-McCrea. It is known that his mother passed away soon after his birth. He grew up
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