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BYERLY, John T

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BYERLY, John T

Servicenumber: O-350300

 

Byerly John T 01

 

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BYERLY John T MAR F 19 8 03

Age: 30
Born: 2 October 1914, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
Hometown: Knox County, Tennessee
Family: John L. Byerly (father)
Barsha N. Byerly (mother)
Edna M. C. Byerly (sister)
Earnest E. Byerly (brother)
Ira M. Byerly (brother)
Helen I. Byerly (wife)
Rank: Captain
Function: Not available
Regiment: -
Battalion: 959th Field Artillery Battalion
Division – Transport: -
Company – Squadron: Not available
Unit – Group: -
Plane data:
(Serialnumber, MACR, etc.)
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Date of death: 23 May 1945
Status: DOW
Place of death: Germany
Spot: Not available
Awards: Bronze Star, Purple Heart
Gravenumber: Plot F, Row 19, Grave 8
Cemetery: American War Cemetery Margraten
Biography: -
Other information: Capt John T. Byerley attended Knoxville High School as part of the class of 1933 where he served as Class President.

The second picture was taken in high school in 1931.

Source of information: Peter Schouteten, Terry Hirsch, www.wwiimemorial.com, www.ancestry.com - Headstone Inscription and Interment Record , 1920 US Census

Photo source: www.findagrave.com - Des Philippet, Roger Cobben, Knoxville High School, 1931

 

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