Pvt. Harry John Noworul was born in Chicago on June 20, 1917. He was the son of Walter Noworul and Veronica Kaczmarczyk-Noworul and the brother of Adolph and Florence. He grew up above the grocery store his parents owned at
Lt. Col. Curtis Thurston Beecher was born on October 28, 1897, in Chicago, Illinois, to Bryant L. Beecher and Grace Thurston-Beecher. His father worked in the composing room for the Chicago Daily News. With his five sisters, he was raised
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:
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
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
Pvt. Thomas Peter Motosko Born: 8 March 1919 – Youngstown, Ohio Parents: George and Barbara Motosko Siblings: 2 sisters, 4 brothers Nickname: “Tom” Graduated: Woodrow Wilson High School – Class of 1940 Occupation: -operated a pool hall and custard stand
Cpl. Wilson Richard Mouser Born: 28 September 1921 – Barbour County, West Virginia Parents: James P. Mouser and Grace L. Simons-Mouser – father died when he was five years old – mother married Gil Linger Siblings: 2 sisters, 4 half-sisters,
Pvt. Alexander Mueller was born in 1919 in Illinois to Henry Jacob Mueller and Christina Mueller. He lived at 511 South 11th Street in Maywood, Illinois, with his brother and sister, and left high school after three years and went
Capt. John Stewart Muir Born: 8 April 1893 – Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada Parents: John F. Muir & Annie Smith-Muir Siblings: 2 sisters – the family immigrated to the United States – 1905 Home: 4124 Miner Avenue – Duluth, Minnesota
Pvt. Orrie Theodore Mulholland was born in Chicago, Illinois, on September 5, 1917, and was one of four sons of David J. Mulholland and Martha Roegner-Mulholland. His one brother died as an infant. In 1923, when Orrie was six, his
Pvt. William M. Mullins was born on November 6, 1917, in Hartford City, West Virginia, to Francis and Pearl Mullins. With his two brothers and sister, he grew up in Patriot, Ohio, and left school after completing the eighth grade.
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