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Alice E Lovejoy
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Birth: Aug. 15, 1915
Scarsdale
Westchester County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 13, 1944
Brownsville
Cameron County
Texas, USA

WASP USAAF WWII
568th AAFBU Brownsville Air Field TX


She was the daughter of Frank Woods Lovejoy and Laura J Armstrong of Scarsdale, New York. Her siblings were Rosalind A Lovejoy Link and Dr Frances Lovejoy Timmons.


She entered AAF flight training on 06 April 1943 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas and graduated on 11 September 1943.
She was a ferry pilot and was stationed at Romulus Army Air Base, Michigan.

She was killed on a training mission in a mid-air collision near Brownsville, Texas in AT-6C #41-32182.

The inscription on her grave marker reads-
ALICE LOVEJOY
(WASP)
WOMAN AIR FORCE SERVICE PILOT
KILLED IN AN AIRPLANE CRASH
IN THE SERVICE
OF HER COUNTRY
SEPTEMBER 13, 1944
AT ST. PORT ISABEL CHANNEL
--TEXAS--


She was one of thirty-eight WWII WASPs killed while in the service of their country


 
 
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 Parents:
  Frank Woods Lovejoy (1882 - 1969)
  Laura J Armstrong Lovejoy
 
 Siblings:
  Rosalind A Lovejoy Link (1914 - 1988)*
  Alice E Lovejoy (1915 - 1944)
  Frances Lovejoy Timmons (1917 - 1990)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Ferncliff Cemetery and Mausoleum
Hartsdale
Westchester County
New York, USA
 
Created by: B24CoPilotNiece
Record added: May 31, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70668689
Alice E Lovejoy
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Thank you for your ultimate sacrifice.
- Lily Virdell
 Added: Dec. 27, 2016
We must never forget the women who played a major role in WW II. We must remember them with honor and respect.
- Birdgirl
 Added: Dec. 3, 2016

- Jamie reed
 Added: Jan. 12, 2016
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