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
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
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
What is known as Pvt. Raymond Joseph McCreanor was that he was born on March 7, 1917, in Warren, Ohio. He was the son of Frank and Rose McCreanor. With his two sisters and four brothers, he was raised at
Pvt. Jean Hardie McCone was born on August 25, 1916, in Portland, Oregon, and was the son of Victor J. McCone and Selma McCone. His father died, when he was a child, and his mother, a physician, took her two
Cpl George Morton McCarhty Jr. was born on April 24, 1923, to George M. McCarthy Sr. and Gertrude Elizabeth McCarthy in Janesville, Wisconsin. As a child, he grew up at 600 St. Mary’s Avenue and 801 Thomas Street. He attended
Pvt. Emerson Maytubby McCarter was a Native American and a member of the Chickasaw Nation. He was born on June 19, 1918, in Jefferson Township, Coal County, Oklahoma, to Andrew L. McCarter and Matilda Maytubby-McCarter, and was the youngest of
T/5 Neil Boyd McCage was born on December 20, 1917, in Stigler, Oklahoma, and was the seventh of eleven children born to George Dorse McCage and Minnie Pearl Bonds-McCage. Neil’s family moved to Canon City, Colorado, where he attended school.
S/Sgt. William M. McAuliffe was born on June 6, 1918, to William and Ella McAuliffe. With his brother and five sisters, he was raised at 907 West McKinley Street, Janesville, Wisconsin. In high school, he was a halfback on the
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