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Tec4 Ernest D O'Neal

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Tec4 Ernest D O'Neal

Birth
Death
20 Feb 1945 (aged 26)
Burial
Hamm, Canton de Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Plot
Plot E Row 5 Grave 59
Memorial ID
56062780 View Source

SERVICE OVERVIEW
Name Ernest D O'Neal
From Hamilton County, Tennessee
Death February 20, 1945
War World War II
ID 34499458
Rank Technician Fourth Class
Branch US Army
Group 94th Infantry Division, 94th Reconnaissance Troop
Cause Hostile, Killed in Action
Awarded
★ Purple Heart

COMMENDATIONS
★ World War II Victory Medal
★ Purple Heart
★ Combat Infantryman Badge
★ Marksmanship Badge
★ American Campaign Medal
★ Army Presidential Unit Citation
★ Army Good Conduct Medal
★ European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign

Sgt. Ernest O'Neal, husband of Mrs. Billie H. O'Neal, 1512 Foust Street, and son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. O'Neal, 2200 East 35th Street. Sgt. O'Neal was killed Feb. 20 in Germany, the War Department notified their relatives.
Sgt, O'Neal, radio operator with a reconnaissance unit, was an employe of the Gannaway Grocery Company before entering the service 26 months ago. He had been overseas since last. August. He is survived by his wife, parents, two sisters, Mrs. Hugh Clay Robinson and Mrs. William Byhum, both of Chattanooga, and three brothers, Victor, Clifford and Jack O'Neal, all members of the U. S. Coast Guard.

SERVICE OVERVIEW
Name Ernest D O'Neal
From Hamilton County, Tennessee
Death February 20, 1945
War World War II
ID 34499458
Rank Technician Fourth Class
Branch US Army
Group 94th Infantry Division, 94th Reconnaissance Troop
Cause Hostile, Killed in Action
Awarded
★ Purple Heart

COMMENDATIONS
★ World War II Victory Medal
★ Purple Heart
★ Combat Infantryman Badge
★ Marksmanship Badge
★ American Campaign Medal
★ Army Presidential Unit Citation
★ Army Good Conduct Medal
★ European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign

Sgt. Ernest O'Neal, husband of Mrs. Billie H. O'Neal, 1512 Foust Street, and son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. O'Neal, 2200 East 35th Street. Sgt. O'Neal was killed Feb. 20 in Germany, the War Department notified their relatives.
Sgt, O'Neal, radio operator with a reconnaissance unit, was an employe of the Gannaway Grocery Company before entering the service 26 months ago. He had been overseas since last. August. He is survived by his wife, parents, two sisters, Mrs. Hugh Clay Robinson and Mrs. William Byhum, both of Chattanooga, and three brothers, Victor, Clifford and Jack O'Neal, all members of the U. S. Coast Guard.


Inscription

TEC 4 94 RCN TRP 94 DIV

Gravesite Details

Entered the service from Tennessee.


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  • Maintained by: Bruce Weirauch
  • Originally Created by: War Graves
  • Added: 6 Aug 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 56062780
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/56062780/ernest-d-o'neal: accessed ), memorial page for Tec4 Ernest D O'Neal (27 Apr 1918–20 Feb 1945), Find a Grave Memorial ID 56062780, citing Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial, Hamm, Canton de Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Maintained by Bruce Weirauch (contributor 47898263).