|Birth: ||Jun. 23, 1925, USA|
|Death: ||Dec. 14, 1944, Germany|
Additional military info provided by contributor Dee E #47064071: Thomas was in Company I and Killed in Action.
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Further research, 14 Nov 2012: Thomas, according to an article in the Denton Journal, is physically buried in the Denton Cemetery. This would make his headstone in the American Military Cemetery, Belgium only a marker to honor him. See memorial #100712400 for his military marker. His body arrived Nov 1948 in New York, along with 7 other deceased Delmarva military personnel, aboard the US Army Transport Robert Burns.
Awarded The Purple Heart for wounds received in a previous battle. He was part of the Thunderbolt Division.
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PFC 329 INF 83 DIV
World War II
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In Flanders fields _the poppies blow_Between the crosses,_ row on row,~That mark our place;_ and in the sky_The larks,_ still bravely singing,_ fly~Scarce heard amid the guns below.~~We are the Dead._ Short days ago_We lived,_ felt dawn,_ saw sunset glow,...(Read more)|
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