|Birth: ||Aug. 11, 1925|
|Death: ||Jan. 20, 1945, Germany|
1930 & 1940 Census resided in Pottawatomie Co., MO.
I believe the parents returned to Missouri during the war years. Perhaps the reason he and his infant brother were both buried in the Goodhope Cemetery.
JOPLIN GLOBE (MO), FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1949, PAGE 23
BODIES OF 26 WAR DEAD BEING RETURNED
REMAINS WERE VETERANS KILLED IN EUROPEAN THEATERS DURING WORLD WAR II
Bodies of 2,918 Americans who lost their lives during World War II, including 26 from the Joplin district, are being returned to the United States from Europe aboard the United States army transport Malta Victory, the department of the army announced yesterday.
Those being brought back to this country originally were interred in temporary military cemeteries in Northern France, Holland and Luxembourg.
Following is a list of bodies being returned, with the next of kin also named:
Pfc. James E. Aday, army; Lois O. Aday, Ava, route 3.
Rufus Franklin Aday (1908 - 1993)
Lois Okla Friend Aday (1906 - 1992)
Roscoe David Aday (1912 - 1996)*
James Edward Aday (1925 - 1945)
Bill W. Aday (1934 - 2003)*
Jack W Aday (1938 - 2010)*
Richard Neal Aday (1940 - 1996)*
JAMES E ADAY
PFC FIELD ARTILLERY
WORLD WAR II
AUG 11 1925 - JAN 20 1945
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Record added: Aug 06, 2009
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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
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