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From: "W. David Samuelsen" <>
Subject: [ALDRICH-L] WWII's killed/missing
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 11:21:08 -0700


Given Middle Surname
Inducted From
Rank, WW2KW-Combat-Org
WW2KW-Date of Death
Monument-At
Status
WW2KW-US-Awards
WW2KW-Foreign-Awards

ALFRED N ALDRICH
NEW YORK
TECHNICIAN GRADE FIVE, 1ST ENGINEERS COMBAT BATTALION 1ST DIVISION
SEP 02 1945 ARDENNES, FRANCE
MISSING
PURPLE HEART MEDAL BRONZE STAR MEDAL

ALDRICH
CLIFFORD W ALDRICH
NEW JERSEY
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS, 386TH INFANTRY 97TH DIVISION
APR 10 1945 THE NETHERLANDS
BURIED
PURPLE HEART MEDAL

DELBERT E ALDRICH
CALIFORNIA
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS, 148TH INFANTRY 37TH DIVISION
SEP 09 1945 FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
BURIED

DONALD M ALDRICH
CANADA
SHIP'S CLERK SECOND CLASS, UNITED STATES NAVY
NOV 30 1942 HONOLULU, HAWAII, UNITED STATES
BURIED

DONALD R ALDRICH
MICHIGAN
SEAMAN SECOND CLASS, UNITED STATES NAVY RESERVE
OCT 29 1944 FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
MISSING
PURPLE HEART MEDAL

FRANK E ALDRICH
OHIO
TECHNICIAN GRADE FOUR, SIGNAL CORPS
MAY 04 1943 BATTERY PARK, NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA
MISSING

GEORGE E ALDRICH
NEW YORK
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS, 138TH ENGINEERS COMBAT BATTALION
JUL 01 1945 LORRAINE, FRANCE
BURIED

GRADY T ALDRICH
ALABAMA
STAFF SERGEANT, 441ST BOMBER SQUADRON 320TH BOMBER
JUL 17 1943 SICILY & ROME, ITALY
MISSING
PURPLE HEART MEDAL AIR MEDAL
ADDITIONAL ARMY AWARDS

HOWARD E ALDRICH
PENNSYLVANIA
PRIVATE, HEADQUARTERS COMPANY SERVICES OF SUPPLY
JAN 04 1943 CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND
BURIED

HOWARD W ALDRICH
OHIO
CORPORAL, 33RD REGIMENT 3RD ARMOURED DIVISION
MAR 05 1945 HENRI-CHAPELLE, BELGIUM
BURIED
PURPLE HEART
MEDAL ADDITIONAL
ARMY AWARDS

JACK W ALDRICH
CALIFORNIA
FIRST LIEUTENANT, UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
MAR 20 1944 HONOLULU, HAWAII, UNITED STATES
BURIED

JAMES C ALDRICH
IOWA
PRIVATE, 11TH INFANTRY 5TH DIVISION
NOV 16 1944 LORRAINE, FRANCE
BURIED
PURPLE HEART MEDAL

KENNETH H ALDRICH
CALIFORNIA
TECHNICIAN GRADE THREE, 3752ND QUARTERMASTER TRUCK COMPANY
AUG 12 1945 FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
BURIED

LEO T ALDRICH
MICHIGAN
SEAMAN SECOND CLASS, UNITED STATES NAVY RESERVE
MAY 14 1945 FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
BURIED

LESTER F ALDRICH JR
TEXAS
FIRST LIEUTENANT, 382ND FIGHTER SQUADRON 363RD FIGHTER GROUP
MAR 04 1944 CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND
MISSING
PURPLE HEART MEDAL AIR MEDAL

LOUIS T ALDRICH
MINNESOTA
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS, 331ST INFANTRY 33RD DIVISION
APR 07 1945 THE NETHERLANDS
BURIED
PURPLE HEART
MEDAL ADDITIONAL ARMY AWARDS

RALPH E ALDRICH JR
MICHIGAN
FIREMAN FIRST CLASS, UNITED STATES NAVY
APR 09 1944 FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
MISSING
PURPLE HEART MEDAL

RAYMOND E ALDRICH
MINNESOTA
FIREMAN SECOND CLASS, UNITED STATES NAVY RESERVE
DEC 13 1944 FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
MISSING

ROBERT H ALDRICH
NEW JERSEY
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS, 741ST TANK BATTALION
DEC 18 1944 HENRI-CHAPELLE, BELGIUM
BURIED PURPLE HEART MEDAL

TENCH B ALDRICH
OREGON
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS, 138TH GLIDER INFANTRY 11TH AIRBORNE DIVISION
FEB 10 1945 FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
BURIED
PURPLE HEART MEDAL

THOMAS C ALDRICH
CONNECTICUT
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS, 383RD INFANTRY 96TH DIVISION
DEC 15 1944 FORT WILLIAM MCKINLEY, MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES
BURIED
PURPLE HEART MEDAL

WALTER J ALDRICH
MASSACHUSETTS
TECHNICAL SERGEANT, 104TH INFANTRY 26TH DIVISION
NOV 19 1944 LORRAINE, FRANCE
BURIED
PURPLE HEART MEDAL SILVER STAR MEDAL

Description:
The most destructive and far-ranging war in human history, World
War II claimed the lives of countless millions. This database is a
listing of American servicemen who died in the Second World War and
were interred outside of the contiguous forty-eight states. Each
entry provides the individual's name, rank, unit, death date, and
location of interment. Additionally, place of induction into the
service is provided along with a list of awards presented by the
military. Containing the names of nearly 160,000 men, this can be
a helpful tool in finding ancestors who fought in World War II.

Extended Description:
The records in this database were taken from RG94, M860 in the
National Archives.

This database may not contains all U.S. servicemen who died in
the Second World War and were interred outside of the contiguous
United States.

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