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Donald Ray Bartley
Birth: Nov. 12, 1948
Rush County
Indiana, USA
Death: Mar. 19, 1969, Vietnam

Donald was killed in action March 19, 1969 by ground casualty gun, small arms fire hostile. He died in Quang Nam Vietnam South.

On the Vietnam Memorial Wall Donald's name is on:
Panel: 29W Line: 075

Military services for Pfc. Donald R. Bartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Bartley of near Lizton, was conducted, Wednesday morning, from the Baker Funeral Home, Danville. The Rev. R. L. Rader officiated with interment in the Lizton K of P Cemetery. He was killed in action March 19 in An Hoa, Vietnam, at the age of 20. A native of Rushville, he was born November 12, 1948. He attended Lizton High School, the North West Community High School and was graduated from Washington High School in Indianapolis with the Class of 1968. He enlisted in the Marine Corps July 9, 1968 and took his basic training at Camp Pendleton, California. He left for overseas duty January 6. He was serving with the D-Battery of the Second Battalion, 11th Division of the Marine Corps at the time of his death. Surviving with the parents are a brother, David Bartley, at home; two sisters, Linda K. Bartley, at home, and Mrs. Phyllis Hawkins, Danville; and grandfather, Albert Huegel, Rushville. [April 3, 1969 Republican]
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  Leslie Earl Bartley (1920 - 1994)
  Mary Katherine Huegel Bartley (1925 - 2007)
Killed in action Vietnam
Lizton Knights of Pythias Cemetery
Hendricks County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Velma Dalton
Record added: Mar 11, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13594128
Donald Ray Bartley
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Donald Ray Bartley
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Donald Ray Bartley
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