US PARAS Jampetero, John J.

Storming St.Nazaire
By James G. Dorrian

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Jampetero
  • FORENAME
John J.
  • UNIT
508 Parachute Infantry Regiment (Company F)
  • RANK
First Lieutenant
  • NUMBER
0-1289738
  • DATE OF DEATH
6th June 1944
  • AGE
  • GRAVESITE
Normandy American Cemetery,France Plot B Row 11 Grave 40
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Schuylkill County,Pennsylvania
son of Mary Jampetero,123 West Market Street,Pottsville,Pennsylvania
drowned on landing Merderet River,Normandy
official date of death 23.6.1944 (based on when his body was recovered)
 

DATE OF DEATH:

06-Jun-1944
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