US PARAS Adams, Charles Harding

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  • SURNAME
Adams
  • FORENAME
Charles Harding
  • UNIT
506 Parachute Infantry Regiment (RHQ)
  • RANK
Sergeant
  • NUMBER
20311406
  • DATE OF DEATH
21st June 1944
  • AGE
24
  • GRAVESITE
Erie Cemetery, Erie, Pennsylvania
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
born 19.03.1922, Erie, Erie County, Pennsylvania, USA
father Edward Collins Adams (1882-1939)
mother Anna K. (nee Mentley) Adams (1881-1949)
one of 3 brothers killed in WW2. (Clarence J. 10.05.1944 128th Infantry Regiment and Donald E. 10.08.1944 112th Infantry)
attended Wilson Junior High School
attended Erie Technical High School
3 years 112th Infantry
late 1942 transferred to Airborne Division
from Erie County,Pennsylvania
KIA Normandy
 
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