His remains were recovered by Graves Registration from the airfield cemetery at Kalaikunda, India, with numerous undistinguishable others and all were buried in a group single-casket grave at the New Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, Indiana, on 17 January 1950 (Sec. F, Grave 103).

 

His brother, Abraham Kaufman, enlisted in the U.S. Army (# 33791846) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on 23 July 1943. He was honorably discharged 1 January 1946.

 

His brother Maurice Kaufman served in the U.S. Army (# 33489082) from 2 February 1943 to 12 March 1946.

The passengers on board the C-47A were:

 

STEVENS, GLENN THEODORE, Staff Sergeant # 13003256, U.S. Army

 

Glenn T. Stevens was born on 23 September 1918 in Broad Top, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, to Merrill E. Stevens (1898-1977) and Olive Ruth (Keith) Stevens (1898-    ). Siblings included Frank Melvin Stevens (1921-1934) and Althea Belle (Stevens) Wagner (1923-2014). In 1950 his mother lived at RFD 1, Dillsburg, York, PA. In 1920 his father worked for a coal mine. In the 1930 census, his mother has retained her maiden name. Merrill Stevens has married Helen Arlene (Helman) Stevens nee Morningstar. He was married to Mrs Anna M Stevens, wife, 1131 N. 3rd St, Harrisburg, PA.

 

He enlisted in the USAAF in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, on 11 September 1940. He was sent overseas 22 January 1943. On 25 May 1944, at the 10th Air Force airfield at Dinjan, Assam, India, a C-47A, # 42-100614, assigned to the 443rd Troop Carrier Group, 2nd Troop Carrier Squadron, departed on a shuttle flight to Calcutta, India, and return. SSgt. Stevens was a passenger. The last known location of the aircraft was between Sylhet, India and Dinjan, India. His remains were recovered by Graves Registration from the airfield cemetery at Kalaikunda, India, with numerous undistinguishable others and all were buried in a group single-casket grave at the New Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, Indiana, on 17 January 1950 (Sec. F, Grave 103).

ASP, CLAYTON T., Corporal, # 36263193, U.S. Army

 

Clayton T. Asp was born in 1923 in Wisconsin to Albert Peter Asp (1891-1973) and Hulda Sopha (Carlson) Asp (1895-1976). Siblings included Arthur Albert Asp (1914-1988), Clarence Maurice Asp (1915-2013), Edith Lillian (Asp) Simpson (1917-2005), Preston Howard Asp (1920-1999), Harvey Lewis Asp (1924-1998), Ernest Grant Asp (1927-1989), William Leonard Asp (1929-1993) and Gladys Darlene Asp (1936-    ).

 

He enlisted in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on 4 September 1942. On 25 May 1944, at the 10th Air Force airfield at Dinjan, Assam, India, a C-47A, # 42-100614, assigned to the 443rd Troop Carrier Group, 2nd Troop Carrier Squadron, departed on a shuttle flight to Calcutta, India, and return. Cpl. Asp was a passenger. . The last known location of the aircraft was between Sylhet, India and Dinjan, India. His remains were recovered by Graves Registration from the airfield cemetery at Kalaikunda, India, with numerous undistinguishable others and all were buried in a group single-casket grave at the New Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, Indiana, on 17 January 1950 (Sec. F, Grave 103).   More next page