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Fred E Absher, Sr
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Birth: Feb. 20, 1908
Death: Feb. 7, 1987

Pfc.Fred E.Absher,son of Mr. and Mrs. William Peierce Absher, husband of the former Miss Lottie Bailey, attended Kerens High School.
Entered the U.S. Army Medical Corps Feb 1944, received training at Camp Barkley, TX and Camp Ellis IL.
He served in France World War ll. Contributor Judy Richards. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  William Pierce Absher (1877 - 1956)
  Edna Lora Goines Absher (1887 - 1966)
 
 Spouse:
  Lottie Belle Bailey Absher (1907 - 1995)*
 
 Children:
  Fred E Absher (1935 - 2003)*
 
 Siblings:
  Bessie Absher McCormick (1907 - 2006)*
  Fred E Absher (1908 - 1987)
  Cecil Payton Absher (1911 - 1984)*
  William P Absher (1914 - 1993)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Note: Tec 5 US Army
 
Burial:
Wilson Chapel Cemetery
Kaufman
Kaufman County
Texas, USA
 
Maintained by: Ann & Rhea
Originally Created by: Herald
Record added: Aug 02, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 15121668
Fred E Absher, Sr
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Fred E Absher, Sr
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Fred E Absher, Sr
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U.S. Army Medical Corps serving in France during World War II.
- Judy Richards
 Added: Dec. 25, 2014
The World War II Victory Medal is a decoration of the United States military which was created by an act of Congress in July 1945. The decoration commemorates military service during World War II and is awarded to any member of the United States military,...(Read more)
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 Added: Dec. 25, 2014
The European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal is a military decoration of the United States armed forces which was first created on November 6, 1942 by Executive Order 9265 issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The decoration was intended to rec...(Read more)
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