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John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Lipham
  • FORENAME
Bryant H.
  • UNIT
507 Parachute Infantry Regiment (Company A)
  • RANK
Private First Class
  • NUMBER
34331902
  • DATE OF DEATH
6th June 1944
  • AGE
  • GRAVESITE
Normandy American Cemetery,France Plot D Row 16 Grave 20
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Marshall County,Alabama
KIA Normandy
 

DATE OF DEATH:

06-Jun-1944
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cjonesboy

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Bryant H. Lipham

Bryant was my grandfather, killed in action, I believe somewhere near the French village of Chef du Pont, Normandy. He died in active battle, both firing and receiving incoming mortar. His war medal citations are as follows: Purple Heart medal, European-African/Middle Eastern Campaign medal with 1 Bronze Service Star, World War II Victory Medal, WWII Honorable Service Lapel Button, and the Parachute Badge. His proud grand-son, Chris.
 
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