BROWN, Garvin G

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BROWN, Garvin G

Servicenumber: 15058446

 

BROWN Garvin G 01

 

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Age: 30
Born: 16 May 1914, Clinton County, Kentucky
Hometown: Clinton County, Kentucky
Family: John W. Brown (father)
Adline (Burris) Brown (mother)
Herbert Brown (brother)
Alvin H. Brown (brother)
Dual W. Brown (brother)
Julan C. Brown (brother)
Thomas G. Brown (brother)
Elmer P. Brown (brother)
Vela Brown (sister)
Rank: Private First Class
Function: Not available
Regiment: 10th Infantry Regiment
Battalion: Not available
Division - Transport: 5th Infantry Division
Company Squadron: Not available
Unit - Group: -
Plane data: (Serialnumber, MACR, etc.) -
Date of death: 22 September 1944
Status: KIA
Place of death: In the vicinity of Pournoy – la – Chétive, France
Spot: Not available
Awards: Bronze Star, European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal, Purple Heart, World War II Victory Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge
Gravenumber: Plot C, Row 8, Grave 77
Cemetery: American War Cemetery Lorraine
Biography: -
Other information: Pfc. Garvin G. Brown enlisted in the Regular Army at Ft. Thomas Newport, Kentucky on 21 October 1940.

He worked on a farm before he enlisted.

He was first buried in the U.S. Temporary Cemetery St. James, St. James, France.

Source of information: Leo Minne, www.abmc.govwww.wwiimemorial.com, www.archives.gov – WWII Enlistment Record, www.ancestry.com  – 1920 – 1930  Census / Headstone and Interment Record  / Several Family Trees / Kentucky Birth Index,  A footsoldier for Patton / Michael C. Bilder James G. Bilder, The 5th Infantry Division in the ETO, http://www.joedemadio.com/5th-infantry-division/
Photo source: www.findagrave.com – Dan Phelan

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