US PARAS Abernathy, Elton Lee

Darby's Rangers: We Led the Way
By William O. Darby, William H. Baumer

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Abernathy
  • FORENAME
Elton Lee
  • UNIT
511 Parachute Infantry Regiment (Company E)
  • RANK
Private First Class
  • NUMBER
38413161
  • DATE OF DEATH
8th December 1944
  • AGE
21
  • GRAVESITE
Earthman Resthaven Cemetery,Houston,Harris County,Texas Section 4
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Harris County,Texas
born 14.2.1923 Texas
son of Ola Mae (nee Bishop) (1889-1966) and late Henry Clay (1884-1940) Abernathy
motorcyclist in civilian life
entered service 22.1.1943 Houston,Texas
KIA Leyte,Philippines
 
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