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PFC James Hotelling Hendricks

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PFC James Hotelling Hendricks

Birth
Death
11 Aug 1943 (aged 19)
Alaska, USA
Burial
Webster, Monroe County, New York, USA
Plot
Sect 2, lot 41, grv 6
Memorial ID
65766471 View Source

James served as a Private First Class in the U.S. Army during World War II.

He resided at 1333 Schlegel Road, Webster, Monroe County, New York prior to the war.

He was "Killed In Action" in the North American area, presumably Alaska, during the war.

Service # 32835267

Second Graduate Lost
Alumnus Gives Life in Alaska

A second WHS alumnus has given his life for his country. He is Private First Class James Hendricks, class of '41, who died in Alaska August 11 from a multi-fractured skull, received while unloading timbers.
While in school Jim was an active member of his class, belonging to the Latin club, chorus and public speaking club. Upon graduation he was awarded a scholarship to Niagara University which he was attending when called into service. He leaves his sister Marjorie, lass of '42; his father died earlier this summer.

--Webster Herald, Webster New York, Friday, October 15, 1943

James served as a Private First Class in the U.S. Army during World War II.

He resided at 1333 Schlegel Road, Webster, Monroe County, New York prior to the war.

He was "Killed In Action" in the North American area, presumably Alaska, during the war.

Service # 32835267

Second Graduate Lost
Alumnus Gives Life in Alaska

A second WHS alumnus has given his life for his country. He is Private First Class James Hendricks, class of '41, who died in Alaska August 11 from a multi-fractured skull, received while unloading timbers.
While in school Jim was an active member of his class, belonging to the Latin club, chorus and public speaking club. Upon graduation he was awarded a scholarship to Niagara University which he was attending when called into service. He leaves his sister Marjorie, lass of '42; his father died earlier this summer.

--Webster Herald, Webster New York, Friday, October 15, 1943


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