Stevens County WWII Casualties

Army and Army Air Forces Personnel from Stevens County, Kansas Source: "WWII Honor List of Dead and Missing" War Department 1946
Name Serial # Rank Cause of Death Delay, Alvin V. 37010632 S SG - Staff Sergeant DOW Guyer, William M. 37153505 T SG - Technical Sergeant DOW Kurtz, Russell P. 37006727 PVT -Private DNB Leakey, Earl W. 17010850 PVT -Private KIA Maxwell, Earl A. 37011206 TEC5 -Technician Fifth Grade KIA Maxwell, Everett T. 37239468 PFC - Private First Class KIA Mills, Earl 37017836 TEC4 - Technician Fourth Grade KIA Monteith, Charles F. 0-350587 1 LT - First Lieutenant DNB Parsons, Franklin B. 37726831 PVT - Private DNB Quimby, Jim A. 37751223 SGT - Sergeant DNB Quimby, Leo A. 37254723 PVT -Private KIA Roland, Francis K. 0-700369 2 LT - Second Lieutenant KIA Stedman, Wilbur H. 20726663 T SG - Technical Sergeant KIA KIA - Killed in Action DOW - Died of Wounds DNB - Died non Battle
Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Personnel from Stevens Co, KS Source: "State Summary of War Casualties, Kansas", U.S. Navy 1946
Died in Combat: Hays, William Henry, Storekeeper, 3c, USN. Father, Mr. Maud William Hays, Hugoton. Hood, Henry Mathew, Jr., Lieutenant (jg), USNR. Mother, Mrs. Mary Louise Curtis Hood, Box 55, Hugoton. Prine, Donovan Dale, Pfc., USMCR. Mother, Mrs. Eunice C. Prine, P.O. Box 412, Hugoton. Died or Killed as Prisoner of War: Fager, Burl Dwain, Signalman 3c, USN. Parents Mr. & Mrs. Frank Fred Fager, Hugoton. Wounded: Wilson, Leonard F., Pvt., USMCR. Parents, Mr. & Mrs. Oba Wilson, Box 54, Hugoton.
Extracted 2003, by Mike Sweeney

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