PFC James Melvin Carter was born on August 25, 1919, in Graves County, Kentucky, and was the son of Henry D. Carter and Regina Lois Ballard-Carter. With his six brothers and two sisters, he grew up in Mayfield, Kentucky. He
Sgt. Owen Leonard Sandmire was born on October 24, 1918, to Leonard Sandmire and Bessie Kellogg-Sandmire in Viola, Wisconsin, and was the fourth child of eight children. “Sandy” as he was called by his friends, grew up first in Reedsburg,
Sgt. Robert W. Bartz was the son of Albert E. Bartz and Ida C. Hawkinson-Bartz. He was born on March 31, 1920, in Edgerton, Wisconsin, and was one of eight children born to the couple. With his four brothers and
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
Sgt. John Miklo was born on February 15, 1917, in Port Clinton, Ohio, to Andrew Miklo and Lena Cipka-Miklo. With his three sisters and one brother, he grew up at 1309 East Third Street in Port Clinton. At some point,
Pvt. John Bergene Miller Born: 18 August 1918 – Sweetwater, Nolan County, Texas Parents: Thomas B. Miller and Ida D. Scott-Miller Siblings: 5 brothers, 1 sister Nickname: “J.B.” Hometown: Brownwood, Texas Inducted: – U. S. Army – 5 January 1941
Pvt. Merle Lloyd Miller was born on August 7, 1919, in Hooker, Oklahoma, to John Miller and Living Sellars-Miller. With his two sisters and brother, he grew up and worked on the family’s farm in Hardesty Township, Texas County, Oklahoma.
Cpl. Robert Wayne Miller was born in September 1919, in Mansfield, Ohio, to George and Marie Miller. He was the couple’s only child, and his family resided at 264 Ford Street in Mansfield and later on Route 5, Mansfield. Robert
S/Sgt. Joe Baxter Million Born: 1 July 1918 – Mercer County, Kentucky Parents: Charles Million and Filora Norton-Million Siblings: 3 brothers, 3 sisters Home: Central Road – Mercer County, Kentucky Occupation: worked on the family farm Enlisted: Kentucky National Guard
Pvt. John Dale Minier was born on December 31, 1919, to Joseph E. Minier and Hattie E. Floro-Minier. With his parents, two brothers, and three sisters, he resided at 216 Maple Street in Port Clinton, Ohio. In May of 1939,
2nd Lt. Jacques Vaughan Merrifield was born in Amboy, Illinois, to the Rev. Roy and Mrs. Jeanette Merrifield on March 26, 1918. He was known as “Jack” or “PK”- which stood for “Preacher’s Kid” to his friends. Jack, with
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