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Missing & Casualties of World War II


NAME RANK; UNIT; SERVICE CAUSE CEMETERY if known
ARMSTRONG, Kenneth B. Private; 319th Infantry 8??th Division killed in action Magnolia Cemetery
BABCOCK, Victor R. Private killed in action  
BEERS, Harold E. Private; U. S. Army died in non-battle Little Sioux Cemetery
BOLTON, Wayne A. 2nd Lieutenant; 312 Fighter Squadron 338 Fighter Group died in non-battle Pleasant Hill Cemetery
BREELING, Clifford O. Private; 14th Cavalry died in non-battle Little Sioux Cemetery
BURCH, Robert J. TEC4 killed in action Golden Gate National Cemetery, Calif.
CRAWFORD, George Almon Avation Chief Machinist’s Mate; U. S. Navy killed in action Pleasant Hill Cemetery
DECKER, Charles E. Private died in non-battle  
DICKINSON, Earl A. S SC killed in action Calhoun Cemetery
ELLISON, Melvin I. Private died of wounds  
EVANS, Charles H. Private First Class died of wounds Woodbine Cemetery
FESER, John R. Private; 938 Engineers Cam Battion died in non-battle Pleasant Hill Cemetery
FINLEY, Clyde C. FL O died in non-battle Fort McPherson Nat'l Cemetery, Maxwell, NE
GUYETT, Homer M. Private killed in action Henri-Chapelle, Belgium
HABERBERGER, L. J. Private First Class died in non-battle Saint Avold, France
HANSEN, Elvin E. 1st Lieutenant killed in action  
HILL, Jack W. Private First Class killed in action  
HILLMAN or HILLIMAN, Fred A. Private; 16th Infantry 1st Infantry Division killed in action Magnolia Cemetery
HULL, Edwin G. Private First Class killed in action Pleasant Hill Cemetery
IMRIE, Donn H. Private killed in action Margraten, Holland
ISOM, Lyman Leroy Fireman 1st Class; U. S. Navy killed in action; lost at sea “Memorial” tombstone Woodbine Cemetery
JOHNSON, Melvin W. Private died of wounds Epinal, France
JONES, Homer E. 2nd Lieutenant died in non-battle Fort McKinley, Manila, P.I.
KAKAC, Victor O., Jr. Private First Class killed in action Saint Laurent, France
KERSTEN, Lloyd W. 1st Lieutenant; U. S. Air Force killed in action “Memorial” tombstone Magnolia Cemetery; buried in France
KIRKLAND, Morris A. TEC5 killed in action Luxembourg
LESCH, Joseph F. Staff Sargent; 529 AAF Bomb Squadron killed in action Pleasant Hill Cemetery
LUTZ, Wilbur L. Sargent killed in action Margraten, Holland
MAULE, Kenneth C. 1st Lieutenant; 386 AAF Bomb Squadron killed in action Magnolia Cemetery
McCORD, George M. Sargent; 785 AAF Bomb Squadron killed in action Pleasant Hill Cemetery
McINTOSH, Alvia M. Private died in non-battle  
MOORE, Devore F. Private First Class killed in action Rose Hill Cemetery
MOSS, Herman A. Sargent; 38th Infantry killed in action Valley View Cemetery
NUZUM, Roy E. TEC5 died in non-battle  
PETERSON, Charles W. Corporal; Air Corps died in non-battle Woodbine Cemetery
POKETT, John F. Private; 382 Infantry 96 Division died of wounds Pleasant Hill Cemetery
POWELL, Oliver P. Private First Class killed in action Oak Grove Cemetery
QUERRY, Miles Junior Fireman 2nd Class; U. S. Navy killed in action Rose Hill Cemetery
RANNELLS, Robert V. Staff Sargent killed in action Pleasant Hill Cemetery
RHOTEN, Roy Edward Fireman 2nd Class; U. S. Navy R; USS Indianapolis killed in action; missing “Memorial” tombstone Magnolia Cemetery
RING, Clinton R. Private killed in action  
ROGERS, Bernard R. TEC4; 6th Brigade 6th Division killed in action St. Bridget Cemetery
SANDER, Merle Edward Ensign; U. S. Navy R killed in action Honolulu, Hawaii (monument)
SCHAUPP, Dale J. Sargent killed in action Pleasant Hill Cemetery
SEELEY, James Lowell Seaman 3rd Class; U. S. Navy R missing; lost at sea “Memorial” tombstone Magnolia Cemetery
SHAFFER, Leo E. Private First Class; 363 Infantry 91 Division killed in action St. Bridget Cemetery
SHIPMAN, Fred H. TEC5; 836 Engineer Avn. Company killed in action Woodbine Cemetery
SNYDER, Donald Earl Seaman 2nd Class; U. S. Navy R killed in action Rose Hill Cemetery
SPARK, Albert J. Sargent died of wounds  
SWANSON, Jack L. TEC4 killed in action  
THOREMAN, Vernon Charles Ship’s Cook 2nd Class; U. S. Navy killed in action  
TROWBRIDGE, Marion D. Sargent; 44 Air Base Squadron died in non-battle Logan Cemetery
WILSON, Dallas A. Private First Class killed in action Nat'l Memorial Cemetery of Pacific, Honolulu
Sources:

World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel

World War II Casualties for Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard


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Harrison County's Missing & Casualties of World War II
Transcribed by Eric Driggs