WORLD WAR II - CASUALTIES
Below is a list of men from Haralson County that were casualties during World War II.
(NAVY, MARINES, COAST GUARD CASUALTIES are listed separately by NARA and is an alphabetical list of casualties by State but not broken down by County. Please visit the NARA ARCHIVES WEB SITE TO VIEW THOSE NAMES. (Click Here)
HARALSON COUNTY - TYPES OF CASUALTIES - ARMY AND ARMY AIR FORCE COUNTY KIA DOW DOI DNB FOD M TOTAL HARALSON 18 2 8 28
HARALSON COUNTY WORLD WAR II CASUALTIES - ARMY AND AIR FORCE SURNAME NAME SERIAL NO. RANK AKIN HUBERT 34577593 PVT KIA ALLRED JESSE T 34833226 PVT KIA *Son of Will Allred, Buried at Mt. Zion Baptist Ch. ALLRED STANLEY L 14137706 PFC KIA *Son of Will Allred, Buried at Mt. Zion Baptist Ch. AUSTIN LONZIE 34087033 PFC DNB BROWNE CHARLES H 34083612 CPL DNB CAUSEY ALONZO W. 34760382 PFC KIA CAUSEY NOEL C. 34265702 PVT KIA COLE CLINTON L 44035276 PVT KIA DAVENPORT HAMPTON C 01309223 2 LT. DNB EASON JAMES H 14015036 S SG DOW ENTREKIN WILLIAM A 34002437 S SG KIA HARWOOD EUELL W 34829890 PFC KIA HOWARD CHARLES E 34762687 PFC DNB HOWLAND CHARLES C W 0-399875 CAPT KIA HUNT WOODROW W 44074348 PVT DNB KIMBALL WILLIAM E 34011838 PFC KIA LITTLE OLICE C 34088491 TEC4 DNB MCBRAYER GEORGE H 34573898 PFC KIA MCCRAY CHARLIE H 34828059 PFC KIA MCDANIEL EDGAR W 34442999 PFC KIA MITCHELL ARTHUR J 0-575640 CAPT DNB MIZE MARTIN E 14129456 TEC 5 KIA RAINEY MOSEY C 34831866 PFC KIA THOMPSON HULETT A 34760391 PFC KIA WALDREP RICHARD H 7085662 PVT DNB WOOD NEAL D 14060278 PVT DNB *Son of Alonzo Wood, Buried Steadman Baptist Ch.
A complete description of the serial numbers, ranks and cause of death and detail description of this database is included in the Forward section of the NARA web page. Please refer there for more information.(Click Here)
"SERIAL NUMBERS: Serial numbers are assigned with great care and according to a set of regulations. Numbers fall into two broad categores: Simple seven or eight digit numbers (or fewer) for male enlisted personnel, and prefixed serial numbers for other personnel. (Note: each digit in a serial number has a designated meaning. See the ARC page on FORWARD for greater explanation.
TYPE OF CASUALTY: This is indicated by the symbol at the far right of each column. An individual who was killed in action, whether at the front or by enemy action in the rear areas, or if a prisoner of war, whether by air bombardment of his prison camp or by being shot while escaping is designed 'KIA". Persons who were wounded or later died are marked "DOW". --died of wounds. Those suffered fatal battle INJURIES as opposed to WOUNDS, in combat or in combat areas, and died in a line-of-duty status, are designated 'DOI"--DIED OF INJURIES Other line of duty deaths, such as from sickness, homicide, suicide or accidents, outside combat areas (including training and maneuver deaths) are list "DNB" - died, non-battle. Individuals who where determined to be dead under Public Law 490 are designated, 'FOD" - finding of death. Missing persons are marked with the single letter "M".
Only those persons who died in a line-of-duty status are listed herein. Individuals who were not in line of duty at the time of their deaths are not so listed. Though personnel not in line of duty are not listed, failure to find these lists the name of persons known to be dead should not be taken as prima-facie evidence that such person died not in line of duty."
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