FELDMAN, JOSEPH D., First Lieutenant, # 0-857395, USAAF

 

Joseph D. Feldman was recorded as a Jewish serviceman. On 18 January 1944, a C-47A troop carrier, 41-19476, assigned to the 2nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 443rd Troop Carrier Group, departed Dinjan, India, on a food packet drop mission to Burma. It was last contacted by radio. It was shot down by enemy fighters in Burma. All aboard were killed in action. Graves Registration recovered mixed remains of the named servicemen and returned the remains to the U.S. for burial. On 8 June 1950, a single casket group burial of several remains is at Rock Island National Cemetery, Rock Island, Illinois, Section E, Site 407.

 

 

SEYMOUR, WILLIAM, First Sergeant, # 39024032, U.S. Army

 

William Seymour was recorded as a Jewish serviceman. On 18 January 1944, a C-47A troop carrier, 41-19476, assigned to the 2nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 443rd Troop Carrier Group, departed Dinjan, India, on a food packet drop mission to Burma. It was last contacted by radio. It was shot down by enemy fighters in Burma. All aboard were killed in action. Graves Registration recovered mixed remains of the named servicemen and returned the remains to the U.S. for burial. On 8 June 1950, a single casket group burial of several remains is at Rock Island National Cemetery, Rock Island, Illinois, Section E, Site 407.

Joseph D. Feldman

MORGAN, CHARLES W. “BUDDY”, JR., Corporal, # 33288970, U.S. Army

 

Charles W. Morgan, Jr., was born on 1 October 1920 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Charles “Scotty” W. Morgan (1895-1942) and Catherine M. (Grean) Morgan (1901-1964). Siblings included William P. Morgan (1922-1980), Leroy Thomas Morgan (1924-1997), Clara L. Morgan (1926-2009), John Anthony Morgan (1928-    ), Doris Mae Morgan (1932-2006) and Robert Morgan (1940-    ). In 1950, his mother lived at 101 Eads Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.