WW II

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Those Who Served
Surname - F - Index
FARRELL, James
James Farrell, writing while enroute to Iceland, tells of the recreation afforded them on their ship. There was an occasional movie, cards, reading facilities and a good recreation room. James' letter was written March 1st. He says in part, that he is getting along fine and for his parents not worry about him. Those with him seem to think that they will be stationed in Iceland for the duration of the war. His address is: Pvt. James Farrell, 36052017, Co. A 2nd, Inf. A. P. O. 1002, Postmaster, New York City.
Contributed by Delaine Donaldson - The Independent Press (Griggsville, Illinois), April 8, 1942

FOREMAN, Thomas Dean
Thomas Dean Foreman, son of Mi. and Mrs. Errol Foreman of near Milton, entered the Navy Air Corps Reserve October 6, 1943. At present he is stationed at Bronson Field, Pensacola, Florida, but will enter a college later for special training. His address is Thomas D. Foreman S 2/c Sqd. 5A Div. 2 Bronson Field, Pensacola, Fla.
Contributed by Delaine Donaldson - Pike County Democrat-Times - Pittsfield, IL December 29, 1943

FRANCIS, Cecil
PFC US Army WW II - 29 Jul 1911 - 26 Jun 1880 - Buried at Samuel Taylor Cemetery
Contributed by Billie Browining

EVERETT, Fuller
Tec 4 US Army - 13 Sep 1915 - 21 Oct 1977 - Buried at Samuel Taylor Cemetery
Contributed by Billie Browining

FURLONG, Robert
Contributed by Delaine Donaldson