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T/5 John Wesley Fullman Jr.

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T/5 John Wesley Fullman Jr.

Birth
Milford, Kent County, Delaware, USA
Death
20 Dec 1944 (aged 33)
Dochamps, Arrondissement de Marche-en-Famenne, Luxembourg, Belgium
Burial
Henri-Chapelle, Arrondissement de Verviers, Liège, Belgium
Plot
Section C ~ Row 2 ~ Grave 25
Memorial ID
56281306 View Source

John, who resided at 311 East Second Street, Milford, Delaware, served as a Technician Fifth Grade in the 3967th Quartermaster Truck Company, 7th Armored Division, U.S. Army during World War II.

He "Died Of Wounds" received during the Battle of the Bulge in a hospital in Belgium. He had served in the Army for two years at the time of his death.

Service # 32485042

Son of John Wesley Fullman, Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Pettyjohn Fullman.

Husband of Olivia Fullman.

( Bio by: Russ Pickett )

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Report Of Commanding Officer:

In the "Battle of the Bulge", the enemy temporarily cut the main supply route from Trains to the combat elements of the division. It was during this time that the Germans threw small arms, mortar, and artillery fire into the company bivouac area at Samree, Belgium After being under fire for five and one half hours, this unit was finally forced to evacuate, and did so without loss of a single vehicle. As the convoy moved out down the road, the road was shelled; when it reached Dochamps, about one and a half miles from Samree, a mortor barrage was laid on the town, causing one casualty from this company.

Donald E. White, Captain, QMC ASN 0-1583849

Losses in Action:
Engagement- Battle of the Bulge
John W. Fullman Jr., Died of Wounds.

Report submitted by Ralph Peeters

John, who resided at 311 East Second Street, Milford, Delaware, served as a Technician Fifth Grade in the 3967th Quartermaster Truck Company, 7th Armored Division, U.S. Army during World War II.

He "Died Of Wounds" received during the Battle of the Bulge in a hospital in Belgium. He had served in the Army for two years at the time of his death.

Service # 32485042

Son of John Wesley Fullman, Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Pettyjohn Fullman.

Husband of Olivia Fullman.

( Bio by: Russ Pickett )

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Report Of Commanding Officer:

In the "Battle of the Bulge", the enemy temporarily cut the main supply route from Trains to the combat elements of the division. It was during this time that the Germans threw small arms, mortar, and artillery fire into the company bivouac area at Samree, Belgium After being under fire for five and one half hours, this unit was finally forced to evacuate, and did so without loss of a single vehicle. As the convoy moved out down the road, the road was shelled; when it reached Dochamps, about one and a half miles from Samree, a mortor barrage was laid on the town, causing one casualty from this company.

Donald E. White, Captain, QMC ASN 0-1583849

Losses in Action:
Engagement- Battle of the Bulge
John W. Fullman Jr., Died of Wounds.

Report submitted by Ralph Peeters


Inscription

TEC5 3967 QM TRK CO DELAWARE


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  • Maintained by: Russ Pickett
  • Originally Created by: War Graves
  • Added: 6 Aug 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 56281306
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/56281306/john-wesley-fullman: accessed ), memorial page for T/5 John Wesley Fullman Jr. (21 May 1911–20 Dec 1944), Find a Grave Memorial ID 56281306, citing Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery and Memorial, Henri-Chapelle, Arrondissement de Verviers, Liège, Belgium; Maintained by Russ Pickett (contributor 46575736) .