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Carl William Albrecht

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Carl William Albrecht Veteran

Birth
Death
11 Apr 1942 (aged 53–54)
At Sea
Burial
Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA Add to Map
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Carl served as a Oiler, S.S. Gulfamerica, Merchant Marines during World War II. His next of kin is listed in the Sunpapers as his cousin, Mrs. John Fisher, of 1712 Thames St. Carl was single, and spent most of his life at sea according to John Fisher.

He resided in Baltimore, Maryland prior to the war.

Carl was declared "Missing In Action" when the Gulfamerica was hit by a torpedo from German submarine U-123 and sunk off the Florida Coast during the war. He was awarded the Mariner's Medal.

His remains were not recovered.

( Bio by: Russ Pickett & Dan Phelan )
Carl served as a Oiler, S.S. Gulfamerica, Merchant Marines during World War II. His next of kin is listed in the Sunpapers as his cousin, Mrs. John Fisher, of 1712 Thames St. Carl was single, and spent most of his life at sea according to John Fisher.

He resided in Baltimore, Maryland prior to the war.

Carl was declared "Missing In Action" when the Gulfamerica was hit by a torpedo from German submarine U-123 and sunk off the Florida Coast during the war. He was awarded the Mariner's Medal.

His remains were not recovered.

( Bio by: Russ Pickett & Dan Phelan )

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