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Warren County natives lost during WWII

The following is a list of Warren County natives who died during World War II. The list is available in the text “World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing” published by the War Department in 1946.

Cpl. James J. Allen, 28, died non-battle; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Pvt. John J. Allen, Jr., 19, 88th Infantry Division, killed in action in Italy on May 11, 1944; buried at Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial.

Staff Sgt. John W. Anders, 25, died as a prisoner of war in the Philippines on July 12, 1942; buried in the Philippines.

Sgt. Charles J. Anderson, 23, 70th Tank Battalion, killed in action July 12, 1944; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Pfc. Donald E. Andersen, circumstances unknown.

1st Lt. Edwin L. Anderson, 23, 1391st Army Air Force Base Unit, missing in action on September 27, 1945; listed on the Tablets of the Missing at Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial, France.

Pfc. Ernest E. Anderson, 19, 387th Infantry, killed in action on April 29, 1945; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Tech Sgt. Evert C. Anderson, 31, 115th Infantry Regiment, died of wounds on July 18, 1944; buried at Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.

Staff Sgt. Glenn R. Archbold, 20, 12th Infantry, killed in action Nov. 23, 1944; Buried at Garland Methodist Cemetery.

Cpl. Porter B. Armstrong, 5th Army Air Force Boms Squadron, died non-battle on April 23, 1942 as plane on which he served as bombardier went missing; memorialized at East Coast Memorial in Manhattan on the Tablets of the Missing.

Tech Sgt. Lester G. Arthur, 24, 2nd Ranger Battalion, died March 9, 1945 of wounds; buried at Pine Grove Cemetery

Pvt. Richard F. Beck, 22, 13th Infantry Regiment, killed in action Sept. 6, 1944 in France; buried at Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial.

1st Lt. Richard N. Bedow, 29, died non-battle on April 25, 1945; buried at Youngsville Cemetery.

Cpl. Tony S. Bialock, 29, 112th Infantry Regiment died of wounds on Oct. 15, 1943; buried at Youngsville Cemetery.

Pfc. Frank D. Black, 28-29, 180th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Feb. 14, 1944 in Italy; buried at the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery.

Pvt. Oscar R. Brandt, 33-34, died non-battle; buried at Hessel Valley Lutheran Cemetery.

TEC5 Charles N. Brant, 28, Engineers on Feb 16, 1945; buried at McKean County Memorial Park.

TEC5 Martin W. Carlson, 19, 23rd Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Dec. 17, 1944; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Staff Sgt. Richard G. Carlson, 22, 564th Army Air Force Bomb Squad on Feb. 4, 1945; buried at Sunset Hill Cemetery in Lakewood, NY.

Pfc. Russell W. Confer, 29, 104th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on April 8, 1945 in Germany, had previously been a POW in the Pacific Theatre; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Tech Sgt. Clarence B. Conklin, 26, 112th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Sept. 14, 1944 in Germany; buried at Youngsville Cemetery.

Maj. Maxwell D. Cross, 31, Air Artillery Officer, US Third Army, killed near Brenner Pass, Austria on Dec. 22, 1945; memorial stone at the Tidioute Cemetery.

T5 John L. Crowley, 25, 834th Engineer Aviation Battalion, died non-battle on Dec. 5, 1944; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Lt. Walter S. Damon, 25, died non-battle in a plane crash on Oct. 7, 1949 in Morocco; buried at Pine Grove Cemetery, Corry.

Pvt. John K. Day, 21, 101st Airborne Division, killed in action on Oct. 5, 1944 in the Netherlands; buried at Pine Grove Cemetery.

Pfc. John H. Driscoll, Jr., 28, 11th Infantry Regiment, died on Aug. 22, 1944 in France; buried at the Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pvt. Jack L. Duland, died non-battle.

Pfc. Willard E. Dunn, 24, 16th Infantry, died June 6, 1944 in France; buried at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pfc. William J. Emmert, 22, 160th Infantry, killed in action on Feb. 12, 1945; buried at Sewickley Cemetery in Allegheny County.

Pvt. Ralph L. Erickson, 29, 116th Infantry, killed in action on Nov. 26, 1945 in the Netherlands; buried at Netherlands American Cemetery and Memorial.

Staff Sgt. Robert S. Ferry, 27, 112th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Nov. 8, 1944; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Pfc. John L. Flick, 18, killed in action in the Battle of the Bulge on Dec. 16, 1944; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Pfc. Thomas C. Geniotto, 22, 351st Infantry Regiment, died of wounds on Oct. 12, 1944 in Italy; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Sgt. Felix B. Gleason, 19, 776th Bomb Squadron, gunner on a B-24 Liberator, died on Aug. 24, 1944 in the Czech Republic; buried at Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial in France.

Sgt. Richard E. Goddard, 26, 152nd Infantry Regiment, killed in action in the Philippines on June 11, 1945; buried at Willow Dale Cemetery in Bradford (reinterred from Kinzua Cemetery).

Staff Sgt. William T. Graziano, killed in action.

Pfc. Joe B. Gurdak, 29, 101st Airborne Division, killed in action on June 8, 1944 in Normandy; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Pvt. Clayton D. Hahn, 22-23, 20th Engineer Combat Battalion, killed in action on June 8, 1944 in Normandy; Buried at the Normandy American Cemetery.

2nd Lt. Kenneth M. Haight, 20, killed in a plane crash in Maryland on Nov. 4, 1944; buried at Youngsville Cemetery.

Pvt. Raymond W. Hammerbeck, 21, 16th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Nov. 30, 1943; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Pvt. William J. Hartnett, Jr., 19, 105th Infantry Division, died on July 9, 1944 in Saipan; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Pvt. Delbert D. Harvey, 19, 105th Infantry Regiment, died on Nov. 30, 1945 at Manila, Philippines; buried at Manila American Cemetery and Memorial.

Tech Sgt. Joseph W. Hedstrom,112th Infantry Regiment, died on Aug. 9, 1944; buried at Sunset Hill Cemetery, Lakewood, NY.

Pfc. Guy C. Hornstrom, 20, died in France on Aug. 30, 1944; buried at Rhone American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pfc. Martin Irvine, 32-33, 331st Infantry Regiment, killed in action in France on Aug. 23, 1944; buried at Wrightsville Cemetery

Pfc. Anthony R. Jashurak, 21, 350th Infantry Division, killed in action on Sept. 29, 1943 in Italy; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

2nd Lt. Russell E. Jefferson, 525th Fighter Squadron, killed in action on July 6, 1944.

Pfc. John W. Jensen, killed in action.

2nd Lt. Charles D. Johnson, cause of death unclear.

Sgt. Earl V. Johnson, 35, 39th Infantry Regiment, died of wounds on Aug. 4, 1943 in Sicilia, Italy; buried at Gettysburg National Cemetery.

Pfc. George E. Johnson, 20, 116th Infantry Regiment, died in France on Aug. 1, 1944; buried at Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial.

Cpl. Robert C. Johnson, missing in action.

Pfc. Richard G. Keller, 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Feb 19, 1945 in the Philippines; buried at Manila Cemetery.

1st Lt. Russell J. Kelley, 32, 23rd infantry Regiment, died of wounds received near Saint-Lo in France on July 27, 1944; buried at Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pfc. Mike J. Krinock, 31st Tank Battalion, killed in action on Sept. 14, 1944; buried at Lorraine National Cemetery.

FLT James D. Larimore, 22, 342 Army Air Forces Fighter Squadron, killed in action on Dec. 19, 1933 in the Philippines; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Pvt. David E. Leslie, 27, 116th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Aug. 30, 1944 in France; buried at Gettysburg National Cemetery.

Sgt. Vernon B. Lindberg, 23, B-26 Pilot in the 437th Bomber Squadron, killed in action on Nov. 24, 1942; buried at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.

1st Lt. Arthur E. Lindell, 23-24, B-24 pilot in the 828th Bomber Squadron missing over Blechammer, Germany on Dec. 26, 1944; memorialized at the Pine Grove Cemetery and the Tablets of the Missing at the Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery.

Pfc. Everett L. Loomis, died non-battle.

Pvt. William A. Lyons, Jr., 19, killed in action on Jan. 28, 1945 in Germany; buried at the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial.

Staff Sgt. Wilber G. Matson, 23, 4440th Bomb Squadron, listed as missing effective July 20, 1944; memorialized on the Tablets of the Missing at the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pfc. Wallace L. Mauk, 23, 121st Infantry Regiment, killed in action on July 13, 1944 in France; buried at the Sheffield Cemetery.

Sgt. Gordon M. McKillip, Jr., 7th Airdrome Squadron, died non-battle on Jan. 19, 1945 in Australia; buried at Sheffield Cemetery.

Pvt. Frank D. Miller, 21, 142nd Infantry Regiment, killed in France on Sept. 21, 1944; buried at the Mitchell Cemetery in Cambridge Springs.

Tec4 Frank D. Miller, 21, died on Sept. 21, 1944 in France; buried at the Mitchell Cemetery in Cambridge Springs.

Tec4 Harold G. Miller, 427th Ordinance, Tire Repair Company, died non-battle.

Pvt. John J. Minke, 23, died of wounds on Dec. 31, 1944; buried at the Chandlers Valley Cemetery.

2nd Lt. James J. Moran, Jr., 27, Corps of Engineers, killed in action on July 23, 1944 in Italy; buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

Tech Sgt. Stephen Morgoch, 32, 115th Infantry Regiment, died on June 12, 1944; buried at the Saint Marys Greek Orthodox Cemetery in Pittsfield.

Pvt. Fred I. Morley, 23, 7th Cavalry, killed in action on April 6, 1945; buried at Sheffield Cemetery.

Pvt. Richard H. Nelson, died non-battle.

Cpl. Frank R. Notoro, 19, radio operator on a B-24, believed to have crashed in the Atlantic Ocean on Nov. 20, 1944; memorialized on the East Coast Memorial at Manhattan, Tablets of the Missing.

Pvt. Wlater A. Obrohta, 21-22, 16th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on June 6, 1944; buried at the St. John’s Cemetery in TIdioute.

Pfc. Thomas E. Olds, 394th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Dec. 18, 1944 in Belgium; buried at Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery.

Sgt. Joseph T. Orinko, 26-27, 389th Bomb Squadron, killed in action on June 6, 1945; buried at the Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Ssgt. William J. Pequignot, 29, 558th Bomber Squadron, killed in action on June 8 1944; buried at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.

Staff Sgt. Frank H. Peterson, 27, killed in action on Sept. 27, 1944 in Italy; buried at Sheffield Cemetery.

TEC5 Fred W. Peterson, killed in action.

Pvt. Ray A. Phillips, 112th Infantry Regiment,killed in action.

1st Lt. Dominic A. Pull, 23, B-24 and B-17 navigator assigned to 490th Bomb Group, killed in action on Aug. 13, 1944 in England in a mid-air collision; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Pfc. Raymond D. Rapp, 18-19, 179th Infantry Regiment, killed in action in 1944; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Pvt. Samuel A. Regina, 22, died non-battle on July 7, 1942; buried at Manila American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pfc. Dewey Rhoades, 20, 38th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on July 27, 1944 in France; buried at Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pvt. Earl H. Riggle, killed in action.

Pvt. Richard M. Ross, 23, member of a machine gun section, killed in action on Guadalcanal on Jan 14, 1943; buried at the Wrightsville Cemetery.

Staff Sgt. Marion Rupczyk, 25, 28th Infantry Division, killed in action in Nov. 1943; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Pfc. Thomas A. Saporito, 20, died of wounds on Oct. 1, 1944 in Italy; buried at Saint Joseph Cemetery.

2nd Lt. Stanley G. Sasserson, 22, co-pilot, 755th Bomb Squadron, listed as missing at sea on May 27, 1944; memorialized at Oakland Cemetery and the Tablets of the Missing at the Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial.

Tech Sgt. Virgil O. Schultz, 26, 352nd Bomber Squadron, gunner on a B-17 and died July 26, 1944; memorialized at the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.

2nd Lt. Leroy P. Schwab, 27, 390th Bomb Group, co-pilot on a B-17 who died non-battle on Dec. 31, 1944; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Pvt. Edwin E. Seaquist, 27-28, killed in action at St. Lo, France on July 12, 1944; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Sgt. Gerald A. Sellin, 330th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on Jan. 12, 1945; buried at Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery and Memorial.

2nd Lt. Andrew Sevok, 24, died non-battle in Florida on Jan. 15, 1943; buried at Saint Michaels Byzantine Catholic Cemetery in Sheffield.

TEC4 Howard J. Shirley, died non-battle.

Pfc. Kermit J. Smith, 35, 79th Infantry Division, killed in action on Oct. 1, 1944; buried at Lottsville Cemetery.

Sgt. William H. Smith, 25-26, killed in action in 1944; buried at Westview Cemetery in Starbrick.

Staff Sgt. Andrew Solock, 23, tailgunner in a B-24, killed when plane shot down over the Slovak Republic on Aug. 29, 1944; buried at Lorraine American Cemetery and Memorial.

TEC5 Charles W. Stephenson, 25, Signal Corps, died of sounds on Dec. 7, 1943 in Italy.

Staff Sgt. Walter L. Stupak, 29-30, aerial gunner in the 419th Bomb Squadron, killed in action on Feb. 1, 1945; buried at the Saint Marys Orthodox Cemetery in Columbus, Pa.

Pvt. Joseph J. Sullivan, 24, 307th Infantry, died of wounds on Dec. 18, 1944 in the Philippines; buried at the Florence American Cemetery and Memorial.

1st Lt. Oliver G. Summerton, 24, killed in action in Italy on April 25, 1945; buried at Florence American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pvt. Stanley Swartz, 33, killed in action on June 13, 1944; buried at the Saint Joseph Cemetery.

Pvt. Albert J. Tamburine, 7th Infantry Regiment, 19, killed in action on Sept. 9, 1944 in France; buried at Epinal American Cemetery and Memorial.

Sgt. Edward R. Thomas, waste gunner on a B-17 was killed in action on May 20, 1944.

Staff Sgt. Arthur M. Torrey, radio operator on a B-24, 330th Bomber Squadron and was killed in action on Oct. 9, 1942 near Dunkirk.

Pvt. Gerald E. Vinton, 27, 121st Infantry Regiment, died of wounds on Sept. 13, 1944 in France; buried at Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pvt. Walter R. Walters, 39, 116th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on June 7, 1944; buried at Amity Cemetery in Clarion County.

Pvt. Clair A. Ward, 22, 264th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on April 17, 1945 in France; buried at Oakland Cemetery.

Staff Sgt. James C. Whyte, 87th Infantry Regiment, killed in action on April 15, 1945; buried at Florence American Cemetery and Memorial.

Pfc. Ellis E. Williams, 24, 57th Field Hospital, died non-battle on July 4, 1945; buried at Newton Cemetery in Grand Valley.

2nd Lt. Richard N. Willoughby.

FO Thomas H. Wilson, 21-22, flight officer on a B-24, Air Transport Command, killed in crash south of Iceland on Feb. 17, 1945; memorialized on the Tablets of the Missing at the Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial in England.

Joseph G. Wozneak, killed in action.

Staff Sgt. William G. Yanish, 27, 3rd Infantry Division, killed in France on Sept. 15, 1944; buried at Saint Callistus Cemetery, Kane.

Pfc. Melvin E. Yeager, 18, 8th Infantry, killed in action on July 7, 1944; buried at the Tidioute Cemetery.

1st Lt. David W. Yeckel, 30, Air Transport Command, died non-battle in Calcutta, India on Aug. 5, 1945; buried at Arlington National Cemetery.

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