|Death: ||Aug. 27, 1918|
Melvin H. Stumbaugh bore 1893, Carrinsville, PA.
Father Simon Stumbaugh. Enlisted PA. Army National Guard May, 2, 1913.Mexican Border Campaign Jun, 8, 1916.Killed in Action, Aug 27 1918, at the Battle of the Marne, Fismette, France. Company G and H 112th infantry 28th Division lost a combined total of 200 men out of 230 when cut off at Fismette and fended off a frontal attack by a thousand German soldiers. Fought with honor in the face of the enemy with his comrades in arms. Far from Home But Not Forgotten, Rest In Peace
Note: CORP Company H, 112 Infantry, 28 Division
Arlington National Cemetery
Plot: Section EUR, Site 1820
Created by: Frank A. Stumbaug...
Record added: Apr 04, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50637186
Melvin, We remember you today and always. You paid the ultimate sacrifice for your country.We will always be thankful for young men like you. We are proud you.|
Added: Nov. 11, 2013
Dear Melvin: You are forever remembered in our daily prayers, especially today bcause you gave your life so that others may enjoy liberty. I promise you Frank is going to place your picture on our wall with General Stumbaugh. Love Frank, Roxana and Just...(Read more)|
The Stumbaugh family
Added: Nov. 12, 2012
Melvin, Thank you for your Service on this Memorial Day. Frank, Roxana and Justin|
Frank A. Stumbaugh
Added: May. 28, 2012
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