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Capt Edgar Clayton Boggs
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Birth: Apr. 21, 1918
Delaware, USA
Death: Feb. 5, 1945

Son of Edgar Jefferson Boggs and Lettie Vaughan Boggs.

Husband of Valerie Brooks Boggs.

Edgar, who resided in Cheswold, Delaware, served as a Captain (Company Commander) of Company B, 20th Infantry Regiment, 6th Infantry Division, U.S. Army, during World War II.

He was "Killed In Action" by a direct hit on his observation post in the Battle of Munoz, Luzon. He had served in the Army for seven years and seven months at the time of his death.

He was decorated with the Silver Star, three Bronze Stars, and a Purple Heart.

This is a cenotaph.

He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. - "Click Here" for that record.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Edgar Jefferson Boggs (1882 - 1958)
  Lettie Davis Vaughn Boggs (1885 - 1971)
 
 Spouse:
  Valerie Brooks Boggs (1921 - 1988)*
 
 Siblings:
  James Caleb Boggs (1909 - 1993)*
  Edgar Clayton Boggs (1918 - 1945)
  Calvin J. Boggs (1921 - 1993)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Captain, U.S. Army, - interred at Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia
 
Burial:
Lakeside Cemetery
Dover
Kent County
Delaware, USA
 
Created by: Russ Pickett
Record added: Jun 13, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7571692
Capt Edgar Clayton Boggs
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CAPT, 20 INF, 6 INF DIV WORLD WAR II
- ShaneO
 Added: Aug. 27, 2016
Thanks for your service and your ultimate sacrifice. R.I.P.
- Spaceman Spiff
 Added: Jun. 9, 2013
Thank you for your great sacrifice in preserving our country's freedoms. I will honor you in the only way that I can . . . by remembering you always. May you rest in peace.
- Charles A. Lewis
 Added: Feb. 28, 2011
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