US PARAS Addison, Donald Edward

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  • SURNAME
Addison
  • FORENAME
Donald Edward
  • UNIT
505 Parachute Infantry Regiment (Company B)
  • RANK
Private
  • NUMBER
35768898
  • DATE OF DEATH
23rd December 1944
  • AGE
21
  • GRAVESITE
Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery,Belgium Plot C Row 1 Grave 29
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from McDowell County,West Virginia
born 04.05.1923, Toms Creek, Virginia, USA
father Beecher Wilbur Addison
mother Sue Ellen (nee Henderson) Addison (1906-1990)
single without dependents upon enlistment
3 years high school
civil occupation Semiskilled miner and mining machine operator
enlisted 22.06.1943, Huntington, West Virginia
KIA Belgium
 
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