|Birth: ||Jul. 31, 1922|
|Death: ||Apr. 8, 1944, England|
U.S. Army Air Forces Service ID: O-680595 Division: 506th Bomber Squadron, 44th Bomber Group, Heavy Data Source: World War II Honor Roll, 1st LT., Purple Heart Medal, Air Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross and Additional Army Awards
Parents, Mary "Maisie" (Rush) and George Edward Bartol Jr., One Brother, George Edward Bartol III
Ref., US Federal Census 1930, US WWII Army Enlistment Records 1938-1946, WWII and Korean conflict Veterans Interred Overseas, WWI, WWII and Korean War Casualty Listings
The below has been added by Findagrave member: John Dowdy (#47791572)
1st/Lt. Stockton R. Bartol DFC KIA
Squadron: 506th BS 44th Bomb Group
Service # O-680595
Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal, Purple Heart.
Target: Brunswick, Langenhagen, Rosslingen Germany
Missing Air Crew Report Details
Date Lost: 8-Apr-44
Serial Number: 41-24283
Aircraft Model B-24D
Aircraft Letter: Z
Aircraft Name: OLD CROW
Location: 1 KIA
On this date the 2nd bomb division flew missions to Brunswick, Langenhagen, Rosslingen Germany focusing on air fields and air manufacturing in support of the upcoming Dday invasion. Well over 30 ships and 300 air men were lost in the 2nd Bomb division alone. Lt. Bartol is the only KIA casualty from this crew on that day.
B24 41-24283 was flown by a different crew on "Operation tidal wave" the low level raid on Ploesti oil refinery.
George Edward Bartol (1891 - 1972)
Mary E. Rush Bartol (1900 - 1953)
Note: Entered the service from Pennsylvania.
Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial
South Cambridgeshire District
Plot: Plot C Row 2 Grave 15
Maintained by: Linda ~ In Loving Memory...
Originally Created by: CWGC/ABMC
Record added: Aug 06, 2010
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