OSS DeFlumeri, Alfred Louis

Date of death
23-Mar-1944

John Robertson

Administrator
Staff member
  • SURNAME
DeFlumeri
  • FORENAME
Alfred Louis
  • UNIT
U.S.Army (Inf) OSS 2677 Special Reconnaissance Regiment (Company D)
  • RANK
Sergeant
  • NUMBER
31252071
  • DATE OF DEATH
23rd March 1944
  • AGE

  • GRAVESITE
Florence American Cemetery,Italy Plot G Row 11 Grave 15
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Philadelphia County,Pennsylvania
born 26.5.1911 Natick,Massachusetts
son of Patrick Nicolas and Angela Maria (nee Pellegrino) De Flumeri
husband of Ida (nee Lodi) De Flumeri,1 Harrison Street,Natick,Massachusetts (4 children)
3 years high school
laborer/bulldozer operator in civilian life
entered service 24.11.1942 Hartford,Connecticut
Mission Ginny II
award Silver Star
POW 24.3.1944
executed Punta Bianca 26.3.1944 (date different from ABMC)
OSS Memorial,CIA HQ,McLean,Virginia
"Alfred L." (National Archives and ABMC)
according to his son Nicholas from Hartford,Connecticut
true first names "Alfred Christie" (executed 25.3.1944)
 
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