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1Sgt Marvin Eugenia "Genia" Jones
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Birth: 1920
Death: Jan. 22, 1944

Obit taken from the Normangee Star Vol. XXXII December 8, 1944

Months Of Anxiety and Suspense Ends With Sad News of Death of "Genia" Jones

A telegram was received from the War Department on November 27th by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jones, stating that their son First Sergeant Marvin E. Jones(Genia) who was previously reported "Missing in action," is now stated
"Killed in action", on January 22, 1944, in Italy. He had been in service since November, 1940, and had been overseas
nineteen months.
Mrs. Norman E. Jones from Dallas, Staff Sergeant Lee Jones of Camp Barkeley near Abilene, Mrs. Lee Jones of Centerville, Mr. and Mrs. Truett Wester and Gerry of Madisonville, have been guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jones since the news of the actual death of their beloved son in action has been received. Many friends grieve with the heartbroken family. 
Family links: 
  William Ellie Jones (1890 - 1979)
  Minnie Lee Pate Jones (1895 - 1983)
  Norman Edell Jones (1911 - 1999)*
  Lee Jones (1913 - 1968)*
  Leslie O Jones (1917 - 1919)*
  Marvin Eugenia Jones (1920 - 1944)
  Kathryn Jones Cole (1928 - 1995)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Entered the service from Texas.
Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial
Provincia di Roma
Lazio, Italy
Plot: Plot H Row 11 Grave 24
Maintained by: Gary W. Adams
Originally Created by: CWGC/ABMC
Record added: Aug 07, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56310615
1Sgt Marvin Eugenia Genia Jones
Added by: John "Jack" Richter
1Sgt Marvin Eugenia Genia Jones
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Added by: Louella Christensen
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"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived." ~ by ~ Gen. George S. Patton, Jr.
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