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NADEAU, Henry George

Servicenumber: 37581064 Nadeau_Henry_G

Nadeau Henry G 02

Age: 19
Born: 19 September 1925, Hennepin County, Minnesota
Hometown: Hennepin County, Minnesota
Family: Ligoure Nadeau (father)
Blanche (Trudeau) Nadeau (mother)
Jeanette Nadeau (sister)
Roger Nadeau (brother)
Rank: Private
Function: Not available
Regiment: 120th Infantry Regiment
Battalion: Not available
Division – Transport: 30th Infantry Division
Company – Squadron: Not available
Unit – Group: -
Plane data:
(Serialnumber, MACR, etc.)
Date of death: 13 January 1945
Status: KIA
Place of death: Sector Baugnez-Thirimont, Belgium
Spot: Not available
Awards: Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster
Gravenumber: Plot C, Row 1, Grave 6
Cemetery: American War Cemetery Henri-Chapelle
Biography: -
Other information: Private Nadeau entered the service in November, going overseas in May. He attended Edison high school and was employed at Brook Posting Co., before entering service.
Pvt Nadeau was awarded the Purple Heart for wounds suffered in France in July. He had returned to action in November.

Source of information: Astrid van Erp,,, - The Minneapolis Star, - Headstone and Interment Record / 1930 Census / Birth Index

Photo source: Peter Schouteten, - The Minneapolis Star


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