US Army Deaths and Liberated, 30 September 1945

Washington, D. C., Sept. 30 -- The war department today made public new casualty and liberated lists, which name those freed from prison camps under Japanese control. The next of kin have been kept informed of any changes in the status of casualties since the report was compiled.

Listed here are the soldiers from Illinois and Wisconsin.

Army Dead: European Regions

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
1st Lt Sidney G. StitzerFather, George H. StitzerFennimore, WI
Pfc Donald J. TempletonWife, Mrs. Barbara Templeton1131 S. Linden Ave., Highland Park, IL

Liberated prisoners of war (Japan)

NameNext of KinAddress of Record
Major Allan M. CoryBrother, William N. Cory925 W. Cuyler Ave., Chicago, IL
Pvt Stanley CzarneckiMother, Mrs. Mary Czarnecki721 W. Maple St., Milwaukee, WI
Pvt Stanton D. EmshoffMother, Mrs. Wanda Emshoff1022 W. Wells, St., Milwaukee, WI
Pvt Robert L. HansonMother, Mrs. May EgnerMcFarland, WI
Sgt Ray J. HouseMother, Mrs. Rose HouseOnelda, WI
SSgt Joseph F. JohnsonMother, Mrs. Josephine Johnson2039 Canalport Ave., Chicago, IL
2d Lt Henry M. KnoxMother, Mrs. Nina Ellen KnoxBeloit, WI
Pvt Nicholas T. MergenFather, Peter MergenGlen Haven, WI
Pvt William H. MilneMother, Mrs. Dorothy Ella Milne21 W. 35th Pl., Steger, IL
Pfc Edward F. NelsonMother, Mrs. Carrie NelsonShell Lake, WI
Pvt Robert E. O'DonnellFather, Edward O'Donnell256 W. 60th Pl., Chicago, IL

 

 

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