Chronological Order of Pelham Deaths In Military Service During WWII
Grover M. Burrows, US Navy: September of 1941 training plane crashed at Green Coves Springs, FL.
George Francis Usbeck, Jr., U.S. Merchant Marine, June 5th 1942 Tanker torpedoed
Lieutenant (jg) Kenneth Hart Muir, USNR in the Caribbean November 7,1942 Transport Torpedoed
SGT. James A. Anderson, US ARMY, April 24, 1943. Pacific
Lieutenant JG William Thoman, US Coast Guard June 13, 1943
Second Lieutenant, Murtha J. McCarthy, U.S. Army, Lae in Papua New Guinea. July 1943.
First Lieutenant Robert J. Holdom, US Army Air Forces, over Amiens, France on July 14, 1943,
Capt. Robert H. Wetherbee, US Army Air Forces; July 15th 1943 fighter mission over Europe
Lieutenant David G. Souther, US Marine Corps Reserve, September 3, 1943.
Fireman 1st Class Herbert Retallack, Navy On Sept. 11th 1943 destroyer sunk off of Italy
Private First Class Herbert W. Butcher, US Army, Sept. 1943 probably in Italy.
John Preston Blake, US Merchant Marine Service, October 8, 1943, Samoan Islands".
Private William Lisecki, U. S. Army, in Italy on Dec. 23 1943.
Sgt. Gardner Caldwell, US Marines May 19th, 1944 in a Navy patrol plane crash near Cherry Point, N.C. Age 20
Second Lieutenant Paul A. McCarthy US Army Air Force June 26th 1944, Moosbierbaum Austria.
Captain David B. Tarrant, June 27th 1944. Pacific
Sergeant Vernon A. Biederman, killed in action in France July 11,1944.
1st Lt. Richard H. Mullineaux, US Army Air Forces, China: July 23, 1944,
Lieutenant James H. Scott, US Army Air Corps, July 30th 1944 over Hungary.
Corporal Harrison Ives, U.S. Marine Corps, South pacific, about August 1st, 1944
Lieutenant C. George Campbell, US Navy On August 4th, 1944 Battle for the Marianas Islands.
Sergeant Irving Whitall Lyon, Tuesday August 9, 1944 airplane accident Lake Charles La.
Private James Allen Mercer, United States Army in France on August 31, 1944.
Private Americo Colautti, US Army, Sept. 1st. 1944 in France,
First Lt Francis Kennedy Gundlach Jr., U.S. Marine Air Corps, 23 , Marshall Islands Oct. 1944.
Technical Sergeant Harold Roger Sweeney, U.S. Marine Corps, Oct. 9, 1944
Private First Class Robert A. Gordon, U.S. Army 29, killed in Northeast France on October 13th, 1944.
Second Lieutenant Robert W. Swanson, U. S. Army Air Force, 20 October 13th, 1944
Lt. Paul Eugene Bowen, U.S. Army Air Force, airplane crash on Nov. 2nd, 1944, Savannah, Georgia.
Lt. Richard Lewis Elliot, On Dec. 23, 1944 over northwest of Rionero in Vulture, Italy. 22 years old
First Lieutenant Ellsworth Totten, III U.S. Army Air Force December 23rd 1944, off of Italy
Lieutenant Maurice K. Collette, Battle of the Bulge, near Bastogne, France. On Dec. 24th 1944.
Private First Class William H. Quinn, United States Army; Jan. 15th 1945. Battle of the Bulge
First Lieutenant William M. Ogden, U. S. Army, Philippine islands February 2, 1945,
Private Peter Cornell, US Army February 19th 1945 in the Battle of the Bulge",
Petty Officer Second Class Jerry A. Terracciano, USNR, On February 19th 1945, Pacific
Private First Class Lester DuBois, Jr., US Army February 1945 Europe
Flight Officer Bertley A. (H) Moberg, US Army Air Forces, March 14, 1945 over Hungary.
Vincent LaSalva, Seaman, Third Class, U.S. Navy. April 6, 1945. Okinawa
Captain C. William Law. April 20th 1945. Okinawa
Second Lt. Edmund Baxter Overton, US Army Air Forces, April 22, 1945, age 25, in TX.
Captain Kendall King Fish, USAAF On April 24, 1945, off the island of Capri
Corporal Richard C. Di Giacomo, USMC: On May 5, 1945, on Iwo Jima Island. age 23
Lieutenant (jg) Jason Ard Lodwick Jr., On May 27th of 1945 off of Okinawa.
Private First Class Edward Dawley Potter Jr. USMC, June 27th, 1945; Okinawa
Willard Graham, PMHS Class of 1940.
Lieutenant Commander F. Kenneth Gundlach, at the Brooklyn Naval Hospital,
after a long illness.
John H. MacManus, lived at 1111 Clay Street in Pelham and was a parishioner of Christ Church. He is the younger
brother of Frank MacManus (EM).
Gerald R. McDermott Jr., lived on Manor Lane in the 1930s (EM).
American Legion Post 50 SAL 50 New York USA
|The Chronological Order of Pelham Residents
who lost their lives during WWII
The World War II Monument, Washington DC
World War II Memorial in Washington