|Birth: ||May 13, 1923|
Contra Costa County
Oscar was born to William Batten and Margaret (Ramer) Batten in 1923 and worked as a farmer while young. In January of 1944 he went to war as a Gunnar's Mate for the US Navy. He served aboard the USS Bryant and the USS George gaining a Purple Heart (and a steel plate to replace the top of his skull) and was discharged honorably just in time for Christmas 1945. He later took his wife - Lawanda Josephine (Wyse) Batten - and children to Pittsburg, California for a job at the steel mill. I remember my grandfather as a wonderfully funny man who was never to busy to play with my sister and I.
He was cremated, and his ashes scattered at sea.
Lawanda J Wyse Jolly (1927 - 2000)*
Cremated, Ashes scattered.
Plot: Ashes scattered to sea of coast of SF
Created by: Fionne
Record added: Feb 02, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7137915
I remember Uncle Oscar well. He was a good man in every sense of the word. His Uncle Oscar Batten was in the Army during WWI. He was also wounded. I am told his wounds lead to an early death. In the pictures here, Oscar's Ramer blood shows up. I just wish...(Read more)|
Added: May. 23, 2009
Added: May. 17, 2007
I remember Grandpa as the only person I allowed to call me Maggie....|
Rest well Grandpa... Love Mags
Added: Apr. 25, 2005
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