|Birth: ||Jan. 1, 1911|
|Death: ||Oct. 1, 1944, Netherlands|
Sergeant Flint (Serial #15101164) served in the:
• United States Army
• 82nd Airborne Division
• 325th Glider Infantry Regiment
• Company A
His Army enlistment date / place was:
• March 26, 1942
• Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indiana
His civilian occupation was in:
He was Wounded In Action in:
• Holland during World War II,
and later succumbed to his wounds
The following information was sent to me courtesy of a great Find A Grave friend, Mr. David Oxford (Contributor #46875582) .....
Sergeant Lloyd A. Flint died October 1 in Holland of wounds received September 30, it has been learned by his wife, Mrs. Madaline Nicholson Flint, of Graham and Greensboro.
He received his basic training in Louisiana in a Glider Unit; then he was sent to Fort Bragg with the Infantry.
Shipped overseas April 1943, he served in Africa, Sicily, Italy and France. He held the Purple Heart.
He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Flint, Parris Island, SC. He is survived, besides his wife, by one sister, Mrs. George H. Barry, Chicago, IL; and three brothers, all of whom are in the Pacific.
*** And this was graciously provided by his granddaughter: "He was also survived by two children, Mary Christine and Harold." ***
Greensboro Daily News (December 24, 1944)
Raleigh National Cemetery
North Carolina, USA
Plot: • Section 17 / Site 119
Maintained by: KATHY
Originally Created by: US Veterans Affairs Offi...
Record added: Mar 04, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 3273695
May a grateful Nation continue to remember and honor the sacrifice by you and others who died for our freedoms. Thank you, Sir. Rest in Peace.|
Added: Nov. 21, 2013
Thank you for your service and sacrifice to our country, Sergeant Flint! May you rest in eternal Heavenly peace! You have certainly earned it!|
Added: Jun. 2, 2011