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Dr Julian Trueheart Darlington

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Dr Julian Trueheart Darlington

Birth
Barboursville, Cabell County, West Virginia, USA
Death
10 Sep 2006 (aged 88)
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, USA
Burial
Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, USA
Memorial ID
17737739 View Source

THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY.
Friday, March 22, 1918
Page 5
News comes from Barboursville, W. Va., that a little son was born to Rev. and Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington on the 18th. He has been named Julian Trueheart Darlington for his mother's two brothers. The mother was Miss Virginia Bourne, of this city.
(Kentuckiana Digital Library)

"The Witch" (840-P)
B-24D-CO Liberator
s/n 41-11840
343rd BS, 98th BG
Crash-landed near the Yugoslavian border after being shot up by fighters on the flight out of Ploesti,Romania. 1 August 1943 6 POW, 4 Evaded
MACR 173

1st Lt. Julian T. Darlington - Pilot (POW)
2nd Lt. Daryl E. Epps - CoPilot (POW)
2nd Lt. Joseph H. Quigley - Navigator (EVD)
2nd Lt. Major J. Gillett - Bombardier (EVD)
T/Sgt. Lloyd W. Brisbi - Engineer/Gunner (POW)
T/Sgt. Dale G. Hulsey - Radio Operator/Gunner (EVD)
S/Sgt. Ned A. Howard - Gunner (POW)
S/Sgt. Anthony J. Rauba - Gunner (POW)
S/Sgt. Joseph J. Turley - Gunner (POW)
S/Sgt. Walter D. Hardiek - Gunner (EVD)

After the war Julian Darlington became a history professor at Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY.
Friday, March 22, 1918
Page 5
News comes from Barboursville, W. Va., that a little son was born to Rev. and Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington on the 18th. He has been named Julian Trueheart Darlington for his mother's two brothers. The mother was Miss Virginia Bourne, of this city.
(Kentuckiana Digital Library)

"The Witch" (840-P)
B-24D-CO Liberator
s/n 41-11840
343rd BS, 98th BG
Crash-landed near the Yugoslavian border after being shot up by fighters on the flight out of Ploesti,Romania. 1 August 1943 6 POW, 4 Evaded
MACR 173

1st Lt. Julian T. Darlington - Pilot (POW)
2nd Lt. Daryl E. Epps - CoPilot (POW)
2nd Lt. Joseph H. Quigley - Navigator (EVD)
2nd Lt. Major J. Gillett - Bombardier (EVD)
T/Sgt. Lloyd W. Brisbi - Engineer/Gunner (POW)
T/Sgt. Dale G. Hulsey - Radio Operator/Gunner (EVD)
S/Sgt. Ned A. Howard - Gunner (POW)
S/Sgt. Anthony J. Rauba - Gunner (POW)
S/Sgt. Joseph J. Turley - Gunner (POW)
S/Sgt. Walter D. Hardiek - Gunner (EVD)

After the war Julian Darlington became a history professor at Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.


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