Albert R BRYAN

 

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ARMY SERIAL NUMBER32957115
AGE31 yo
DATE OF BIRTH1913 Williamsport Washington County, MARYLAND
STATECamden County NEW JERSEY
FAMILY

Parent: James L & Goldie BYRON

Grand Parents: Frederick & Barbara E (MARKS) BYRON

Married: Nicoline VALENTINO

RANKPVT
FONCTIONInfantry
JOB before ENLISTEMENTSemiskilled occupations in manufacture of leatherNJ
DATE of ENLISTEMENT30 august 1943 Camden NEW JERSEY
COMPANYCompany C
REGIMENT 116th Infantry Regiment
DIVISION29th Infantry Division
DATE OF DEATH20 june 1944bryan albert r tombe
STATUS

Wounded le 19 june 1944

KIA le 20 june 1944

PLACE OF DEATH--
CEMETERYNORMANDY AMERICAN CEMETERY de Colleville

Plan du Normandy American Cemetery

GRAVE
PlotRowGrave
G2632
DECORATION
Purple HeartPhoto FDLM
American Campaign Medalamerican campaign medal
World War II Victory Medalvictory medal
Combat Infantryman Badgecombat infantryman badge
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STORY

PVT Albert R Bryan the son of James Lewis and Goldie L Bryan of Williamsport, MD. His mother, Goldie, died three years after he was born. He was raised by his grandparents Frederick and Barbara E (Marks) Byron.He had settled in Camden New Jersey, and lived at 1043 Princess Avenue, in the Parkside section. A welder at New York Shipbuilding, he was engaged to be married to Miss Nicoline Valentino of 1152 Haddon Avenue when he was drafted in August 1943.

Albert Bryan was sent overseas and assigned to the 29th Infantry Division in April of 1944. Assigned to C Company 116th Infantry, he was wounded in the fighting in Normandy on June 19, 1944. He died as a result of these wounds the following day, June 20, 1944. Albert Bryan was survived by his grandmother, of Williamsport, MD. His father, James Bryan was killed in a car accident the same day Albert Bryan died. Albert is buried in the Normandy American Cemetery.

 
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INFORMATION SOURCEMonty McDaniel - Findagrave.com - 116thregimentrollofhonor.blogspot.fr
PICTURE SOURCEClive TIRLEMONT
PROGRAMMERFrédéric & Renaud