US PARAS Ackerman, Lincoln Willard

Greek Adventure
By Jack Gage

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Ackerman
  • FORENAME
Lincoln Willard
  • UNIT
517 Parachute Infantry Regiment (HQ Company 1 Bn)
  • RANK
Private
  • NUMBER
42120841
  • DATE OF DEATH
16th January 1945
  • AGE
23
  • GRAVESITE
Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery,Belgium Plot G Row 9 Grave 38
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Lewis County,New York
born 14.06.1921, New Hartford, Oneida County, New York, USA
father Fay Louis Ackerman (1895-1979)
mother Amelia Veronica (nee Myers) Ackerman (1895-1971)
wife Gladys Doris (nee Shaver) (1923-1998)
resided Franklin Street, Lyons Falls, Lewis County, New York
entered service 21.1.1944 Utica,New York
award Bronze Star
KIA Belgium
 
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