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Plaque d'identité militaire américaine

Plaque d'identité militaire américaine
Plaque d'identité militaire américaine : Seconde guerre mondiale
FRED L HOLLIS 31367584 T43-4 A ANNE-E HOLLIS
18 UNION ST RANDOLPH MASS P




Commentaires

  • mm

    bonjour
    aujourd'hui meme on a retrouver une plaque militaire

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      • crocomarsouin
        crocomarsouin ˇ 10 septembre 2010

        bravo les gars,le fait de penser a retrouver la famille du soldat à qui a appartenu la "dog tag" prouve que vous etes des hommes de valeur.

        • PierreG

          voiçi son acte funéraire :


          He leaves his wife of 68 years, Ann E. Betty (Robbins) Hollis, and his children, Beverly A. Fiske; Fred L. Hollis Jr. and his wife, Carol; Linda A. Bryant and her husband, Bruce; James E. Hollis; Gary A. Hollis and his wife, Cindy; and Ellen L. Hollis and her companion, Bohdan Klucznyk. He also leaves his sister, Helen Powers; his sister-in-law, Selma M. Hollis; 12 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and his former daughter-in-laws, Ann Marie Hollis and Brenda Hollis Calder. He was the father of the late Donald B. Hollis, who died in 2000, and brother of the late Alton Hollis, Dick Hollis and Phelma Guilbert.

          Born in Randolph, the son of the late George M. and Edna (Rhodes) Hollis, he had lived in Marlborough for most of his life and was a graduate of Brockton High School. Before he joined the U.S. Army, he was a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps of Mass and helped build the Waterbury Dam, which was a flood control project over the Winooski River in Vermont. He then served in the U.S. Army with Co. B 1277th Engineer Combat Battalion in Normandy, N. France, Rhineland, central Europe and the European African Eastern Theater, and his unit joined forces with Gen. Patton's third Army at St. Lo.

          Mr. Hollis worked for over 50 years at the former Diamond Shoe Co. in Marlborough as supervisor of the maintenance department. Previously, he worked at the Hingham Shipyard. He was a member of the First Church in Marlborough (Congregational), as well as a former Cub Scout Master of Pack 38 of Marlborough, which met at the Freeman School. In addition, he was a member of the American Legion and the Happy Hollow Club, as well as a former Secretary, Treasurer and member of the Marlborough Eagles. He was an avid gardener and horseshoe player, and often hosted the Happy Hollow Horseshoe League at his home.

          Funeral services were held May 22 from the First Church in Marlborough (Congregational), followed by burial with military honors at Evergreen Cemetery, Marlborough. The John P. Rowe Funeral Home of Marlborough assisted with arrangements. Memorial donations may be made to the Marlborough Eagles Diabetes Fund, c/o James Hollis, 56 Florence St., Marlborough, MA 01752.



          • PierreG

            Ce Monsieur est décédé en Mai 2009. Pour tous renseignements supplémentaires abucs ad skynet point be

            Cordialement

            Pierre

            • ofildutemps (visiteur)
              ofildutemps (visiteur) ˇ 6 juin 2007

              C'est en cours depuis longtemps, mais pas de nouvelles...

              • Bastien
                Bastien ˇ 13 mai 2007

                Bonjour,

                Si vous désirez avoir des infos sur ce type, passez par ma boîte mail et je ferais quelques recherches sur lui (si ça vous tente) sur les sites d'archives de l'US army.

                bastien-prevot@club-internet.fr

                Cdt Bastien

                • pat

                  Bonjour,
                  vous n'avez pas essayé de retrouver la famille?? Il me semble qu'il existe des organismes facilitant ce genre de démarche!!
                  pat

                  • G's Phil
                    G's Phil ˇ 22 octobre 2006

                    retrouver les deux plaques de la même personne est assez rare, d'autant que celles-ci paraissent être en cuivre (stocks anciens) la production pendant la WWII était faite d'inox. A noter la chainette en argent avec son fermoir typiquement Américain.
                    Détail de la plaque (de haut en bas): prénom, nom, matricule,date incorporation, personne à avertir en cas de ...malheurs !!! adresse, ville et état (Mass = Massachusetts) le "A" en haut à droite est le rhésus sanguin et le "P" en bas à droite est la religion (Protestant)