|Death: ||Aug. 17, 1944|
KINGSPORT TIMES, KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1945, PAGE SEVEN
REPORT CARRIES THREE LOCAL MEN KILLED IN ACTION
Nine East Tennesseans, including three from Kingsport, were listed as killed in action in the European and Southwest Pacific areas in a War Department report released Monday.
The men were:
PVT. CARL H. COLLINS, SON OF MRS. ELIZA COLLINS, 830 RIVERSIDE AVENUE, KINGSPORT.
Pfc. Sylvester J. Huffman, son of Mrs. Fannie C. Huffman, Route One, Kingsport.
S/Sgt. George T. Tipton, husband of Mrs. Helen S. Tipton, 1240 Watauga Street, Kingsport.
Pvt. Charles R. Bledsoe, husband of Mrs. Mary L. Bledsoe, 313 Reno Street, Rogersville.
Pfc. Lester G. Cross, husband of mrs. Ollie C. Cross, Route One, Rogersville.
Pvt. Joe F. Henard, son of Mrs. Sarah H. Henard, Route One, Bluff City
Pvt. Basil P. Littleton, son of Mrs. May M. Littleton, Route Seven, Jonesboro
Pfc. William L. Trent, Jr., husband of Mrs. Celia P. Trent, 220 west Main Street, Rogersville.
Pfc. Fred Taylor, son of Mrs. Lizzie G. Taylor, Route Four, Elizabethton.
***Per website: http://www.wwiimemorial.com/registry/wardept***
Pvt. Carl H. Collins
Hometown: Sullivan County, TN
Note: PVT US Army World War II
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
Oakville (St. Louis County)
St. Louis County
Plot: Section 82 Site 182
Created by: Tami Glock
Record added: Mar 13, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34770159