|Birth: ||Feb. 16, 1891|
|Death: ||Mar. 4, 1971|
Col. Leonard Roscoe Crews, Cir. # 0-7357.
He was Supply Officer Harbor Defense, Headquarters Battery. He survived the DEATH MARCH and a Japanese Prisoner of War in Manchuria.
According to the Genealogy Survey of the Crews Family, by Mary Ellen Crews Brach, as corrected by her sister, Evelyn Donoho, 1994
"In the spring of 1946, Colonel Leonard Crews, who had been a prisoner of war, taken off Corregidor with Lt. General Wainwright, came back home and expressed his desire to have a Crews Reunion. He and his wife Marjorie worked hard - personal visits, letters, and on Sunday, June 9, 1946, 82 descendants gathered at the old homestead of David Crews northwest of Mt. Erie."
Schuyler B Crews (1868 - 1966)
Emma Reeder Crews (1816 - 1950)
Marjorie B Crews (1895 - 1952)
Carmen S Crews (1908 - 2002)
Walter David Crews (1889 - 1979)*
Leonard Roscoe Crews (1891 - 1971)
Joseph L Crews (1892 - 1918)*
Jesse V Crews (1895 - 1965)*
Ivan H Crews (1898 - 1972)*
Edith M Crews Ray (1902 - 1931)*
COL US ARMY
WORLD WAR I & II
Golden Gate National Cemetery
San Mateo County
Plot: G, 2172-A
Maintained by: Shoshana
Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Mar 04, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 3564680
Thank you for protecting our freedom. Our Monroe-Crews family salutes you.|
Added: Mar. 9, 2013