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Pvt John Calvin Stamper

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Pvt John Calvin Stamper Veteran

Birth
Big Laurel, Madison County, North Carolina, USA
Death
13 May 1976 (aged 57)
Unicoi County, Tennessee, USA
Burial
Washington County, Tennessee, USA Add to Map
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PVT US ARMY WW II. John Stamper enlisted in the U.S. Army, 1 Aug 1939 in Unicoi Co., TN. In the 1940 census, he was stationed at Ft. Ruger, T.H., Honolulu, Hawaii, assigned to Battery F, 55th Coast Artillery. He was 22 years old and single. It's possible he was there on 7 Dec 1941, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

Fort Ruger is a fort on the island of Oʻahu that served as the first military reservation in the Territory of Hawaii. Named after Civil War General Thomas H. Ruger and built in and around Diamond Head Crater, the fort was established by the United States in 1909 for the purpose of defending the harbor of its newly annexed territory.
PVT US ARMY WW II. John Stamper enlisted in the U.S. Army, 1 Aug 1939 in Unicoi Co., TN. In the 1940 census, he was stationed at Ft. Ruger, T.H., Honolulu, Hawaii, assigned to Battery F, 55th Coast Artillery. He was 22 years old and single. It's possible he was there on 7 Dec 1941, during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.

Fort Ruger is a fort on the island of Oʻahu that served as the first military reservation in the Territory of Hawaii. Named after Civil War General Thomas H. Ruger and built in and around Diamond Head Crater, the fort was established by the United States in 1909 for the purpose of defending the harbor of its newly annexed territory.


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