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MoMM1 Allen Edward Hagmann
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Birth: Aug. 4, 1918
Palmer
Merrick County
Nebraska, USA
Death: May 27, 1944, At Sea

Married Vivian Organ on Apr 19, 1941 in Grand Island, Nebraska.
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Mrs. Allen E. Hagmann of Hastings received the news Tuesday evening that her husband, Allen Hagmann, M.M. 1/c was missing in the South Pacific. Mrs. Hagmann had heard from him May 14. He was expecting to be transferred to the States soon.

Mrs. Hagmann is the former Vivian Organ and is employed at a Hastings bank and is a graduate nurse's aid and gives her evenings to assisting at the hospital.

The Edgar Sun, June 2, 1944, page 2, transcribed by Linda Berney
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Officer Allen Hagman Reported Missing

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reynolds received word Friday that their nephew Allen Hagman, Mo. M. M. 1C Petty Officer, who was aboard a Subchaser (SC-699) in the Pacific area, is reported missing in action.

The Palmer Journal, June 8, 1944, page 1, transcribed by Linda Berney
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Allen Hagmann Is Missing in Action -

Motor Machinist's Mate (1c) Allen E. Hagmann, USNR, husband of Mrs. Vivian Organ Hagmann, 501 University, is missing in action, the Navy department said today. He has been on active duty since February 1943 in the South Pacific. He has been in the Navy for three years.

Mrs. Hagmann is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Organ of Edgar. She is employed at the Hastings National Bank.

The Hastings Daily Tribune, June 14, 1944, page 1, transcribed by Linda Berney
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Missing After Jap Plane Crashes Deck of Ship

Mrs. Allen Hagmann of Hastings, whose husband Allen Hagmann M.M.M. 1-C, recently was reported missing in action, received a letter from his commanding officer last week stating that a Japanese plane crashed on the deck of his ship, causing a severe fire, after which he could not be accounted for. Petty Officer Hagmann, who lost his parents at an early age made his home for several years with his uncle Oscar Reynolds.

The Palmer Journal, July 13, 1944, page 1, transcribed by Linda Berney

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Killed in Action. Biak Island, Papua Province, Indonesia.

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Family links: 
 Parents:
  Edward James Hagmann (1882 - 1924)
  Elsie Elizabeth Reynolds Hagmann (1885 - 1920)
 
 Siblings:
  Wayne Edward Hagmann (1915 - 1989)*
  Allen E Hagmann (1918 - 1944)*
  Allen Edward Hagmann (1918 - 1944)
  Jane Elsie Hagman Johnson (1920 - 1970)*
  Eileen June Hagmann Fellers (1923 - 1995)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Note: Killed in Action. Biak Island, Papua, Indonesia.
 
Burial:
Manila American Cemetery and Memorial
Manila
Metro Manila
National Capital Region, Philippines
 
Created by: CWGC/ABMC
Record added: Aug 08, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 56788498
MoMM1 Allen Edward Hagmann
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MoMM1 Allen Edward Hagmann
Added by: South Africa War Graves Project
 
MoMM1 Allen Edward Hagmann
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 Added: Aug. 22, 2014
 
 
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