Unknowns of the European Theater of Operations (ETO) in World War II
Listed by Unknown-Number
by Wesley Johnston
A Page of the 7th Armored Division web site
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Last updated: February 27, 2017 - What's New?

Spare a minute
to think
of the young who didn't grow up,
and how young they looked when they died,
and how no one will ever remember them looking tired and middle-aged
or even be bored by tiresome recitals of the time of their youth.

- - - - Russell Baker "How to Observe Dec. 7" (NY Times, Dec. 1965)

So they will not be "Forgot"
There is a word
Which bears a sword
Can pierce an armed man.
It hurls its barbed syllables,
And is mute again.
But where it fell
The saved will tell
On patriotic day,
Some epauletted brother
Gave his breath away.
Wherever runs the breathless sun,
Wherever roams the day,
There is its noiseless onset,
There is its victory!
Behold the keenest marksman!
The most accomplished shot!
Time’s sublimest target
Is a soul “forgot”!

----- Emily Dickinson

TWO SPECIAL NOTES:
  1. After a long time gathering the pieces, I finally began in August 2011 the consolidation of three Henri-Chapelle spreadsheets - (1) the one for this web page, (2) one with all the X-burials at Henri-Chapelle temporary cemetery (compiled by Matt McMillen from the photos I made Sep 2010 of the plat maps), and (3) the Sep 2010 version of a working list that DPMO has been compiling of Henri-Chapelle X-numbers. The highest Henri-Chapelle X-number was 551. So this is going to be a long and tedious process. So far I have now completed through X-50, and that information is now included on this web page. I will work on this over the next several months as other priorities allow. 19 Dec 2011 Addendum: A fourth source is now added to the consolidation effort: (4) reclassification file for Henri-Chapelle. In addition, the consolidation of the reclassification files for all cemeteries is now added to the task. This is going to take a VERY long time.
  2. The same cross-references files that are the fourth source in the above note have now been obtained for all WWII remains originally recovered with as unidentifiable. There are over 4,000 files, with a massive amount of information. So this too is a priority. And it is going to take a VERY long time.

Introduction

Far too many men who went to war in Europe in World War II have never been found and identified. Many have been found who have not been identified. This page is an attempt to list all of the numbers that were assigned to unknowns, as well as the associated information about where and when they were recovered and their names, if they were subsequently identified.

I realized that I needed a list like this in my own research. Often, when I examine one man's IDPF, I find that he was recovered with someone who was shown only with an unknown-number (e.g. X-2319). It would be very useful in my research to know who the other man was and to obtain his IDPF and see if it has more information that can shed light on the situation in which they died.

I tried to obtain one from the American Battle Monuments Commission, since the Ardennes US Military Cemetery (at Neupré-en-Condroz, Belgium) was the place where remains were sent for possible identification after the war -- and is thus the cemetery with the greatest number of burials of unknowns. However, my efforts were in vain. So I simply started a spreadsheet to record what I find in the records that I do have and began posting it on this web page, in case it is of use to others.

There is also a Grave Registration Information section following the list of unknowns. This section provides bibliographical information on links to documents and web sites with relevant information. This in turn grew to include the Temporary Cemeteries in the European Theater of Operations section, which has a wealth of information.

One useful external tool in all this will be the American Battle Monuments Commission's World War II Honor Roll. Another important tool is the World War II Registry of the National World War II Memorial.

I will reply to queries about any of the ones on this page. I'm really swamped and my health has definite limits, especially from October-May. So I will not be able to reply very promptly, and I cannot give you more information about any man who is not on this page. Having read that, if your inquiry is truly relevant to this page, you can contact me by clicking here.

See the end of the page for a list of the temporary U. S. military cemeteries in the ETO and a link to the complete 1946 grave plots of the temporary Henri-Chapelle (Belgium) U. S. Military Cemetery.


Contents
  1. Where is the official roster of Unknown X-numbers?
  2. A Note for the Children of these Men
  3. Numbering Systems
  4. Duplicate Numbers
  5. European Theater Unknowns of World War II, Listed by Number (very long list)
  6. Grave Registration Information
  7. Temporary Cemeteries in the European Theater of Operations
  8. Other Resources

Where is the official roster of Unknown X-numbers?

Clearly one would think that there must have been a master list of all the X-numbers assigned in the European Theater. Yet, when one family of a still-missing man asked for such a list, they were told (2009) that no such list existed" "There is currently no master list of all X-numbered files for the ETO." And after having tried to find such a list at the National Archives, I see that if there is still such a list, then it is probably waiting somewhere in a non-obvious place.

I did find definitive evidence that such a list did in fact exist as late as 1960. In the investigation of remains X-9345 (Frankfurt Mausoleum), there was a need to find information about another X-number, and the investigators documented that they had sought that X-number in "Roster in Disposition Branch showing disposition of Unknown X-Nos. (remains)". So there clearly was just such a list. So the question remains "Where is the official roster of Unknown X-numbers?"


A Note for the Children of these Men

The American World War II Orphans Network (AWON) is an organization created by and for those who lost their father in World War II. AWON has an annual conference and a newsletter filled with useful information. Click here to go to the AWON web page and find those who share your experience.




Numbering Systems

There were two numbering systems: T-numbers (assigned by the British) and X-numbers (assigned by the U.S.). Men who fought in purely American zones received only an X-number. Men who died in zones that the British then occupied and searched received a British T-number and were reported to the U.S. Graves Registration Service. If the American team that eventually recovered the remains could not identify them, then the American team assigned an X-number to the remains. The X-numbers were specific to the U.S. Military Cemetery to which the GRS team was attached. So there would be an X-37 for Margraten and also an X-37 for Neuville, for example.

All other numbers are in black.

  • a case of one unknown whose file showed no number
  • CIL-numbers were numbers assigned to remains that were transferred as cases to the Central Identification Laboratory; their old X-numbers were discarded, and they were assigned a new CIL-number; after WWII, the CIL was at Strasbourg but is now with JPAC in Honolulu
  • I-numbers, which were evacuation numbers and not unique to unknowns: so far, I have IF, IX and IZ numbers -- they are included only for unknowns for whom I have no other number
  • S & R numbers: Search & Recovery numbers, given as "S & R" or "S/R". For example, the recovery of Aloysius Gonsowski (X-9438) and George Renda (X-9437) was S&R 5123. I had not been capturing these numbers, but I am now doing so.
  • WZ numbers appear to have been used later (the one below was recovered in March 1946) and appear to be tracking numbers rather than unknown numbers, though the identity of the one below was not established, so that they may have been unknown number.

    Yet another numbering system was the case numbers for non-recoverable remains. For example, Aloysius Gonsowski (X-9438) was originally (in 1950) considered non-recoverable in case # 14421. There was even yet another numbering system, in which Gonsowski was # 9158, on a 30 Aug 1947 memo included with a 20 Aug 1950 memorandum concerning the 7887 Graves Registration Detachment decision of non-recoverability of Holland Cases # 810, 1756, 2215, 4820, 5178, 5205, 5364, 8853, 8858, 8867, 9158 [Gonsowski], 9373, 9386, 9436, 9454, 9467, 10162, 10227, 10459, 10460, 10483, 10522, 10533, 10540, 11637, 11702, 5790, 10490, 5823, 9370, 8748, 9167, 5773, 5738, 9796, 8770, 9435, 1983. While these numbers were definitely extremely important to the process, I am not currently capturing these numbers, since the focus here is to try to identify specific unknowns mentioned in documents by their numbers.

    In the list below, the T-numbers (in blue) are listed first and then the X-numbers (in red), in numerical order in each case. If there is no name after the number, then I do not know who the number belongs to.

    There were other numbering schemes also used. For example, when a man went missing, he was assigned a case number. At this time, I am not trying to tie the unknown numbers back to the case numbers -- just to the names of the men, if they were identified or to the location and date at which still-unidentified remains were recovered.

    293: "293" was the classification for all deceased personnel. So the number 293 appears on all Individual Deceased Personnel Files; the "293 file" is the IDPF. It is referenced with many variations: "QMGMF 293" (Nevins IDPF), "QMGMU 293" (Nevins IDPF), "293 file" (Nevins IDPF). "293 File of Subject(s)" on the QMG Form 1916 (Non-Recoverable Case Record of Review and Approval). All of the memoranda relating to board proceedings regarding decisions on non-recoverable remains have "GROP 293.9" at the top of the page, usually on the same line as the date. And other documents have "RRE 293.9 (IB)" and "GRU 293" at the top.

    371: The number 371 which appears in many men's files refers to the Office of the Quartermaster General form OQMG 371 "DATA ON REMAINS NOT YET RECOVERED OR IDENTIFIED".


  • Duplicate Numbers
    There were definitely some X-numbers that were assigned to more than one set of remains. But in all cases, the complete X-number must be taken with the cemetery that assigned it and not just as a number by itself. For example, two X-100's appear below at Neuville-en-Condroz. However, one was while Neuville was a temporary cemetery, and the other was after it became permanent, as the Ardennes US Military Cemetery. After the permanent cemeteries were established, no new X-numbers were assigned, except at the Ardennes cemetery, which was designated as the central identification facility for Europe. There could theoretically be duplicate X-numbers at the permanent cemeteries, if remains with the same X-numbers were moved to the permanent cemetery from different temporary cemeteries. However, these X-numbers always retained their connection to the originating cemetery, so that they were not truly duplicated.

    Ron Croft, who served as a U.S. GRS officer leading recovery of remains after the war, sent this clarification about how X-numbers were assigned:

    During my tenure, all of the "X-numbers" were accountable and controlled by the appropriate cemetery. We in the field were allocated a block of numbers by a cemetery and were accountable to them for the numbers. When we used a number, everything in the case dossier bore that number and the dossier was delivered to the cemetery with the remains and his personal effects. Since the dossiers effectively became the property of the cemetery, it follows that those records must reside at those cemeteries, unless they were "retired" to some other location


    European Theater Unknowns of World War II
    Listed by Number
    1. (none)-784 : Ray, Willis (Pvt. 37683446)
      Recovered 1945-09 at Netherlands, Nederweerterdijk -- MIA: 1944-Nov-07 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Willis Ray (38 AIB)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Company "C", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    2. (none)-(none) Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-40-58 on 25 January 1968
      Unit: (never identified)

    3. CIL-1001 Neuville: (unknown as of 13 June 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, Overloon (west of Kuijkuit, north of de Hattert) -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of William Davenport (17 Tank)
      Specifics: Believed in 1950 to have been recovered from a tank in the immediate vicinity where Davenport was killed; Remains consisted of two ounces of material, in 1948, X-5577 was buried Neuville Y-4-79 and disinterred and sent to the Central Identification Laboratory [then at Strasbourg, France] for possible matching with Davenport; a match could not be made with the technology then available. 13 June 1950 memo to QM General in Washington states "The remains of Unknown X-5577, were eliminated, and designated CIL #1001 (Neuville), on 12 June 1948, by the Central Identification Laboratory during group processing of associated remains. Grave 79 is now declared open." [see X-5577]
      Unit:

    4. IF-9368 : Eull, Alban M. (1st Lt. 01311135)
      Recovered 1948-04 at Germany, Obermassfeld -- MIA: 1944-Sep-14 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Alban Eull (38 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW - Stalag IXC #52750
      Unit: Company "C", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    5. IX-1408
      Recovered 1947-06 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    6. IZ-1407
      Recovered 1947-06 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    7. IZ-1408
      Recovered 1947-06 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    8. IZ-1416 : Gonsowski, Aloysius (Pfc. 32253289)
      Recovered 1947-06 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    9. S&R Case-5111 US Army Mortuary; Frankfurt: Whitley, Robert H., Jr. (Tec 5 14013522 X-9401)
      Recovered 1970-06 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-05 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Robert Whitley (A/33 AEB) -- see X-9401
      Specifics: recovered at Kamphofweg 6; found by P. J. Hendrix; final burial Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery (San Diego, CA) Q-230 buried November 1970
      Unit: Company "A", 33rd Armored Engineer Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    10. S&R Case-5123 : Renda, George J. (Pfc. 33161965 X-9437) and Gonsowski, Aloysius (Pfc. 32253289 X-9438)
      Recovered 1977 - ? at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-05 -- Died:
      Source: IDPFs of George Renda & Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB) -- see X-9437 & X-9438
      Specifics: recovered together on Kamphofweg; found by Sieb Wilmsen
      Unit: Company "C", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    11. S&R M-5146 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) B-34-59 on 15 September 1988
      Unit: (never identified)

    12. T-1002 : Bradley, Morris B. (Pvt. 35073701)
      Recovered 1946-04 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-07 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Morris Bradley (38 AIB)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Company "B", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    13. T-1741
      Recovered 1945-07 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPFs of James Baldwin & Myer Epstein (38 AIB)
      Specifics:
      Unit: ?7th Armored Division?

    14. T-1901 : Ferrari, Joseph J. (S/Sgt 32249728)
      Recovered 1945-07 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-03 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Ferrari (48 AIB)
      Specifics: Recovery map shows T-1901 recovered at 742-309, later assigned X-1212; official date of death 5 Oct 1944 but MIA and apparently KIA 3 Oct 1944; final burial at Margraten, Netherlands (Netherlands USMC) M-20-5
      Unit: Company "C", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    15. T-1902 : Baldwin, James D. (Sgt. 33529694)
      Recovered 1945-07 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-04 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of James Baldwin (38 AIB)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Company "C", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    16. T-2319 : Cathey,Sam (Pvt 34192168)
      Recovered 1945-09 at Netherlands, Ospel -- MIA: 1944-Oct-22 -- Died: 1944-Oct-22
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Robertiello (87 Rcn) & Sam Cathey (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: T-2319 = Margraten X-1913 = Sam Cathey (A/87)
      Unit: Troop "A", 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Armored Division

    17. T-2362 : Kapusta, George R. (T/Sgt 35300176)
      Recovered 1945-07 at Netherlands, just north of Heitrak -- MIA: 1944-Oct-29 -- Died: 1944-Oct-29
      Source: IDPF of George Kapusta (23 AIB)
      Specifics: originally had British number T-2362, then assigned US number X-1229 (Margraten); recovered with James Hyden (A/434 AFAB KIA 30 Oct) & Henry Roan (23 AIB KIA 29? Oct), German soldier also buried there; location is just north of Heitrak along east side of road after road has curved somewhat left, just south of a place called Hutten that does not appear on most maps; final burial at Margraten, Netherlands USMC O-8-4
      Unit: HQ Company, 23rd Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    18. T-2643 : Carbajal, Gilbert R. (Pvt. 34560881)
      Recovered 1945-09 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-07 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Gilbert Carbajal (38 AIB)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Company "B", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    19. T-2644 : Smith, Garnet L. (Pvt. 669323)
      Recovered 1945-09 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-07 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Garnet Smith (38 AIB)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Company "B", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    20. T-2645 : Durand, Viateur C. (Pfc. 31148460)
      Recovered 1945-09 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-07 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Viateur Durand (38 AIB)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Company "B", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    21. WZ-Holland 478 : Edson, Stuart P. (1st Lt. 0-467449)
      Recovered 1946-03 at Netherlands, Oostrum -- MIA: 1944-Oct-06 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Stuart Edson (23 AIB)
      Specifics: appears to be more of a tracking number than a number for unknowns
      Unit: Adjutant, 23rd Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    22. X-1 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 15 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    23. X-1 St. James: Williams, Charles H. (Pvt. 38 232 399)
      Recovered at France, -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Aug-01
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics: final burial at Ardennes US Military Cemetery C-11-27
      Unit: 231st Field Artillery Battalion, 6th Armored Division

    24. X-2 Champigneul: Pozolante, Joseph V. (Pvt. 32 984 977)
      Recovered 1944-Sep-03 at France, south side of Exermont, France -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Sep-01
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Pozolante (23 AIB)
      Specifics: Identified 8 Mar 1945; final burial Long Island National Cemetery J-13952
      Unit: Company "C", 23rd Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    25. X-2 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 15 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    26. X-2 St. James: Michel, Armin F. (Tec 5 - 37 137 510)
      Recovered at France, -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Aug-04
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics: final burial at Brittany US Military Cemetery L-14-7
      Unit: 85th Cavalry Reconn Squadron, 5th Armored Division

    27. X-3 Gorron: currently identified as German soldier, but signficiant evidence points to possibility he was 3AD's Lawrence Gordon
      Recovered buried at Gorron 15 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Research conducted by 3AD Historian and Grandson Jed Henry; see YouTube video --- ALSO from QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics: See also Gorron X-6
      Unit:

    28. X-3 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    29. X-4 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 17 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    30. X-4 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    31. X-5 Champigneul: group: Frank L. Ensminger (Cpl 33 148 547), Donald J. Shaljian (2d Lt O-1 017 063), John F. Tucker (Pvt 38 516 495), Beryle B. Bossman (Capt O-454 572)
      Recovered abt 6 Sep 1944 by 955 QM Service Company (Bossman IDPF p 141) at France, Epernay -- MIA: 1944-Aug-28 -- Died: 1944-Aug-28
      Source: IPDF of Frank Ensminger (C/31 Tank) (PDF p 41); IDPF of Beryle Bossman (C/434)
      Specifics: X-5, 6 and 7 in group burial; Final burial at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery; St. Louis, MO - Section 84, Graves 168-170 (co-mingled burial)
      Unit: Company "C", 31st Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division & Company "C", 434th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    32. X-5 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 17 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    33. X-5 Neuville: (unknown as of 9 Nov 1951)
      Recovered at Belgium, Malempre -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Hawkins (B/31 Tank)
      Specifics: (A-7-169); remains did not match Hawkins
      Unit:

    34. X-5 St. Corneille
      Recovered at France, ?Marboué? -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: NARA RG 92 "Geographic File" correspondence 15 Sep 1946 from B/23 AIB/7AD veteran Salvatore J. Peragine re 14 Aug 1944 ambush of B/23 column at Marboué and identification of X-5, who was wearing Peragine's jacket
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    35. X-5 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    36. X-6 Champigneul: group: Frank L. Ensminger (Cpl 33 148 547), Donald J. Shaljian (2d Lt O-1 017 063), John F. Tucker (Pvt 38 516 495), Beryle B. Bossman (Capt O-454 572)
      Recovered abt 6 Sep 1944 by 955 QM Service Company (Bossman IDPF p 141) at France, Epernay -- MIA: 1944-Aug-28 -- Died: 1944-Aug-28
      Source: IPDF of Frank Ensminger (C/31 Tank) (PDF p 41); IDPF of Beryle Bossman (C/434)
      Specifics: X-5, 6 and 7 in group burial; Final burial at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery; St. Louis, MO - Section 84, Graves 168-170 (co-mingled burial)
      Unit: Company "C", 31st Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division & Company "C", 434th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    37. X-6 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 18 Aug 1944 at France, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Pfc. Gordon (Rcn/?/3AD) -- also from QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics: Gordon's IDPF states that Gorron X-6 was recovered from area where Gordon last was, as a member of an M-8 recon armored car crew when it was hit in the gas tank. -- see Gorron X-3
      Unit:

    38. X-6 St. James: group: Robert L. Decker (Pvt. 36 879 069), Guy Puckett (T/Sgt. 15 056 812)
      Recovered at France, -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Jul-30
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics: might be that X-8 is part of same group - final burial at New Albany National Cemetery Section B Site 857-A -- common stone at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=3285961&PIpi=34373131
      Unit:

    39. X-7 Champigneul: group: Frank L. Ensminger (Cpl 33 148 547), Donald J. Shaljian (2d Lt O-1 017 063), John F. Tucker (Pvt 38 516 495), Beryle B. Bossman (Capt O-454 572)
      Recovered abt 6 Sep 1944 by 955 QM Service Company (Bossman IDPF p 141) at France, Epernay -- MIA: 1944-Aug-28 -- Died: 1944-Aug-28
      Source: IPDF of Frank Ensminger (C/31 Tank) (PDF p 41); IDPF of Beryle Bossman (C/434)
      Specifics: X-5, 6 and 7 in group burial; Final burial at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery; St. Louis, MO - Section 84, Graves 168-170 (co-mingled burial); X-7 Check-List (6 Apr 1945 Bossman PDF p 3): X-7 "burned entirely, beyond reognition" [WJ: thus X-7 NOT Bossman who was shot by sniper and then blown apart by mortar] and X-7 pants W-4872 or W-2282 and wearing paratrooper jump boots 7C [WJ: no 7AD dead with this laundry mark] - at disinterment from Champigneul (same page): X-7 brown officer trousers W-53531-3, W -33421-5, W-48724 [WJ: no 7AD dead with this laundry mark] & paratroop shoes 7C badly worn but 7AD patch on left shoulder, head crushed, "body does not appear to have been burned. Indications show deceased could have been blown or torn apart." [WJ: HUGE conflict between X-7 being "burned entirely" at initial recovery but not burned at disinterment - obvious custody SNAFU but disinterment consistent with Bossman witness accounts]
      Unit: Company "C", 31st Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division & Company "C", 434th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    40. X-7 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 18 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    41. X-7 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    42. X-8 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 18 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    43. X-8 St. James: group (possibly with St. James X-6)
      Recovered at France, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics: final burial at New Albany National Cemetery
      Unit:

    44. X-9 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 18 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    45. X-9 St. James: Greenway, Richard E. (37 153 550)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    46. X-10 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 18 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    47. X-10 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    48. X-11 Champigneul: Chippas, Phillip D. (Pvt.36706455)
      Recovered buried at Champigneul 9 Sep Aug 1944 at France, Gravelotte -- MIA: 1944-Sep-06 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Phillip Chippas (38 AIB)
      Specifics: died when half-track was hit and burned, killing almost the entire squad; final burial at Epinal B-38-41 - see also X-12
      Unit: Company "C", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    49. X-11 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 19 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    50. X-12 Champigneul: Handy, Minton M. (Pvt. 34254252)
      Recovered buried at Champigneul 9 Sep Aug 1944 at France, Gravelotte -- MIA: 1944-Sep-06 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Minton Handy (38 AIB)
      Specifics: died when half-track was hit and burned, killing almost the entire squad; final burial at Epinal B-32-44 - see also X-11
      Unit: Company "C", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    51. X-12 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 19 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    52. X-12 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    53. X-13 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 20 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    54. X-13 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    55. X-14 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 20 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    56. X-14 Henri-Chapelle: Heichel, Dewey P. (Pvt. 34547197)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-04
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: from Palm Beach County, FL; DPMO has middle initial P, but NARA has it as R; must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number
      Unit: Infantry

    57. X-14 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    58. X-15 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 21 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    59. X-15 Henri-Chapelle: Brown, Robert J. (Pvt. 35811098)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-04
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Kentucky; final burial Henri-Chapelle F-2-3
      Unit: 115th Infantry Regiment, 29th Infantry Division

    60. X-15 Margraten: (unknown as of 18 April 1949)
      Recovered before 18 April 1949 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: 14 April 1949 "Report on Certain Unknowns" in IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn; formerly X-100 Neuville)
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    61. X-15 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    62. X-16 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 22 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    63. X-16 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    64. X-17 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 21 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    65. X-17 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    66. X-18 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 21 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    67. X-18 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    68. X-19 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 21 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    69. X-19 St. James: Hawes, Omar F. (Sgt. 19 077 666)
      Recovered at France, -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Aug-03
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics: final burial at Brittany US Military Cemetery N-7-6
      Unit: 17th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron (non-div)

    70. X-20 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 23 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    71. X-20 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    72. X-21 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 23 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    73. X-21 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    74. X-22 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 23 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    75. X-22 Margraten: see X-28 Margraten
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Glenn Byrom (48 AIB - see also X-7979 Margraten)
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    76. X-22 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    77. X-23 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 23 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    78. X-23 Henri-Chapelle: Taylor, Billie B. (Pvt. 34116633)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Mecklenburg County, NC; ID via finger prints
      Unit:

    79. X-23 Neuville (1945)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Plat of Section E of temp Neuville cemetery
      Specifics: E-9-223
      Unit:

    80. X-23 St. James: Alexander, Alfred (Pvt. 20 846 911)
      Recovered at France, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics: National Archives database shows him as Died Non-Battle
      Unit:

    81. X-24 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 23 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    82. X-24 St. James: Johnston, Virgil C. Jr. (2nd Lt O-817 959)
      Recovered at France, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    83. X-25 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 23 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    84. X-25 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    85. X-26 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 24 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    86. X-26 Margraten: Hillis, Glendon W. (Pvt. 39343546)
      Recovered 1944-Nov-26 at Netherlands, Meijel -- MIA: 1944-Oct-29 -- Died: 1944-Oct-29
      Source: IDPF of Glendon W. Hillis (formerly X-26 Margraten); additional information in IDPF of Hardy J. Rabalais (formerly X-1214 Margraten)
      Specifics: recovered as X-26 and buried G-11-258 26 Nov 44; B-12-291 initially buried 22 Nov 1944 as Hillis with date of death 15 Oct 1944; Jun 45 indications that X-26 was Hillis so disinterred both and found there were two bodies so B-12-291 designated X-1214 and X-26 id'd as Hillis 8 Jun 45 via FBI fingerprints and date of death corrected to 29 Oct 44; final burial Nyssa Cemetery; Nyssa, OR
      Unit: Company "A", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    87. X-26 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    88. X-27 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 24 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    89. X-27 St. James: Manna, Frank A. (Pvt. 32 985 451)
      Recovered at France, -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Aug-08
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics: initial burial St. James B-7-158; identification memo 24 Mar 1947
      Unit:

    90. X-28 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    91. X-28 Henri-Chapelle: possibly Allied
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: Allied D-1-4 (other X-graves shown in this section are marked Allied, but this one is not)
      Unit:

    92. X-28 Margraten: Humphreys, George E. (Pvt. 14 167 447)
      Recovered 1944-11-?18? at Germany, Immendorf (Geilenkirchen) -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Glenn Byrom (48 AIB - see also X-7979 Margraten)
      Specifics: Humphreys recovered as X-28 Margraten and buried G-10-231. Man in G-10-232 (later identified as Glenn K. Byrom) mis-identified as him. Error caught in 1947 and Byrom assigned X-7979. 24 Dec 1947 memo of 551 QM Group (APO 58 Liege) ordered remains disinterred and reburied so that Humphreys was then reburied in G-10-232 and X-7979 (Byrom) reburied in G-10-231. When evidence supporting G-10-232 as Humphreys was not found to support that identification, a 15 May 1947 directive ordered the disinterrment and re-examination of the remains. The 29 Jun 1947 "Identification Checklist" of G-10-232 remains found Byrom's dogtag in the chest cavity of those remains, which had been identified as Humphreys. This same report also states that the G-10-232 remains (Byrom at that time) had buried with them a Burial Report for X-22 (which I believe was an error, since all other references are to X-28) for G-10-231. So clearly the burial team mixed things up that later had to be straightened out. It is difficult to figure out, since they retroactively modified the Reports of Burial. But it appears that the remains of the two men were recovered about 18 Nov 1944; they were definitely first buried at Margraten 26 Nov 1944 at 0900.
      Unit: "23 TFA" (on 16 Dec 1947 and 22 Jan 1948 Reports of Burial of Byrom in G-10-231, "23 T F A" and "23 TFA" is the unit shown for Humphreys in the adjacent G-10-232).

    93. X-29 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    94. X-29 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    95. X-30 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    96. X-30 St. James: tentatively Phillips, Le C. W. (32888361) as of 13 Jan 1949
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: on list of "Certain Unknown Decedents" 13 Jan 1949 (Riley Clark PDF p 6); not in St. James Reclassification File
      Unit:

    97. X-31 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    98. X-31 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    99. X-32 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    100. X-32 Henri-Chapelle: Erb, William J. (Pfc. 33431861)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-12
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; WWII Registry has no William J. Erb
      Unit: Infantry

    101. X-32 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    102. X-33 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    103. X-33 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    104. X-34 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    105. X-34 Henri-Chapelle: Jacovino, Angelo J. (Cpl. 31021066)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; ID via finger prints; from New Haven County, CT
      Unit:

    106. X-34 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    107. X-35 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    108. X-35 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    109. X-36 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    110. X-36 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    111. X-37 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    112. X-37 Henri-Chapelle: Capps, Jacob L. (Pvt. 39924853)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-13
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Davis County, UT
      Unit: Infantry

    113. X-37 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    114. X-38 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    115. X-38 Margraten: Malanowski, Leonard (Pvt 33680981)
      Recovered 1944-12 at Netherlands, Meijel -- MIA: 1944-Oct-27 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Leonard Malanowski (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: Temporary Margraten cemetery was identified as "Ninth U. S. Army Cemetery"; final burial at Netherlands USMC (Margraten, Holland) P-9-5 on 15 March 1949
      Unit: Company "C", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    116. X-38 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    117. X-39 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    118. X-39 Henri-Chapelle
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: M-4-78
      Unit:

    119. X-39 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    120. X-40 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    121. X-40 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    122. X-41 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 25 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    123. X-41 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    124. X-42 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 26 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    125. X-42 Henri-Chapelle: Peterson, Arthur W. (Pvt. 36776555)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-06
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Illinois; final burial at Henri-Chapelle D-4-55
      Unit: 60th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division

    126. X-42 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    127. X-43 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 26 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    128. X-43 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    129. X-44 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 26 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    130. X-44 Henri-Chapelle: Van Duyn, Lawrence (S/Sgt. 37467235)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-07
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; Minnehaha County, SD; final burial Fort Snelling National Cemetery; see www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=van+duyn&GSfn=lawrence&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1944&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=3512199&df=all&
      Unit: Infantry

    131. X-44 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    132. X-45 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 26 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    133. X-45 Henri-Chapelle: Ramsower, Mark A. (Pvt. 38554914)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-05
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from San Patricio County, TX; final burial Henri-Chapelle F-5-65
      Unit: 67th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Armored Division

    134. X-45 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    135. X-46 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 26 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    136. X-46 Hamm: (do not know if he was ever identified)
      Recovered at France, 6 km south of Metz -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: reported by Barbara Geisler as having been considered when JPAC reviewed the case of her husband's uncle
      Specifics: Recovered with Johnie Bates of C/23 AIB, 6 km south of Metz (Bates was killed 11 Sep 1944 in the Dornot bridgehead across the Moselle River)
      Unit:

    137. X-46 Henri-Chapelle: Bryant, Paul B. (Pfc. 34891257)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-04
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Gaston County, NC; final burial at Hollywood Cemetery in Gastonia, NC
      Unit: 119th Infantry, 30th Infantry Division

    138. X-46 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    139. X-47 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 26 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    140. X-47 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    141. X-48 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 27 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    142. X-48 Henri-Chapelle: Broadman, Alfred F. (Pvt. 33619674)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1905-Apr-27
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Lehigh County, PA; final burial at Emmaus Moravian Cemetery in Emmaus, PA - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=broadman&GSfn=alfred&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1944&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=17239496&df=all&
      Unit: Company "B", 745th Tank Battalion

    143. X-48 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    144. X-49 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 27 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    145. X-49 Henri-Chapelle: Fresso, James V. (Pvt. 36 374 892)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-15
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Cook County, IL; final burial Quincy National Cemetery plot 331 - see http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=fresso&GSfn=james&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1944&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=2901031&df=all&
      Unit: Infantry

    146. X-49 St. James: (apparently still unidentified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: not in St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    147. X-50 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 1 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    148. X-50 Henri-Chapelle: Zutic, Andrew F. (Pfc. 32563864)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-19
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Hudson County, NJ; final burial at Long Island National Cemetery H-11296
      Unit:

    149. X-50 St. James: Stegall, Frank B. (Sgt. 20 406 517)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Aug-12
      Source: St. James Reclassification File
      Specifics: final burial Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery; Monroe, NC -- see http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=stegall&GSfn=frank&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1944&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=79517265&df=all&
      Unit:

    150. X-51 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 1 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    151. X-51 Henri-Chapelle: Ray, George W. (Pfc. 35753997)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-18
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Pocahontas County, WV; final burial at Stony Bottom Cemetery in Stony Bottom, WV - see http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=ray&GSfn=george&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1944&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=11454643&df=all&
      Unit: 18th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division

    152. X-52 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 1 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    153. X-52 Henri-Chapelle: Adams, William E. (Pvt. 35559633)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-14
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Clark County, KY - see http://wwiimemorial.com/registry/search/pframe.asp?HonoreeID=1408759; final burial at Winchester Cemetery in Winchester, KY - see http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=adams&GSfn=william&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1944&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=11244919&df=all&
      Unit: Company "C", 15th Engineer Battalion, 9th Infantry Division

    154. X-53 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 4 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    155. X-54 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 4 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    156. X-55 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 4 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    157. X-55 Margraten: Adkins, John C Jr (Pfc-35872700)
      Recovered at Netherlands, 1 Mi W Heitrak -- MIA: 1944-Oct-28 -- Died: 1944-Oct-28
      Source: IDPF of John C. Adkins, Jr re X-55 (Adkins) and X-56 (Garris) - final burial at Arlingtion National Cemetery Section 12 Site 5603
      Specifics: preliminary identification by 1 Apr 45 (Adkins PDF pp 11-12); made official 10 Apr 45 (PDF p 14)
      Unit: Company "A", 31st Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    158. X-56 Andilly
      Recovered buried at Andilly 8 Jul 1945 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Grant Fossum (C/23 AIB, 7AD) p 16 - Report of Fossum burial 9 Jul 1945 shows X-56 buried in M-5-107
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    159. X-56 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 4 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    160. X-56 Henri-Chapelle: Walkowiak, George E. (Tec5-36038186)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-25
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; ID via fingerprints; from Cook County, IL; final burial at Henri-Chapelle A-7-15
      Unit: 67th Field Artillery Battalion, 3rd Armored Division

    161. X-56 Margraten: Garris, Dennis V. (Tec4-14002914)
      Recovered at Netherlands, 1 Mi W Heitrak -- MIA: 1944-Oct-28 -- Died: 1944-Oct-28
      Source: IDPF of John C. Adkins, Jr re X-55 (Adkins) and X-56 (Garris) - final burial at Burgaw Cemetery; Burgaw, NC
      Specifics: preliminary identification by 1 Apr 45 (Adkins PDF pp 11-12); made official 10 Apr 45 (PDF p 14)
      Unit: Company "A", 31st Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    162. X-57 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 9 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    163. X-57 Henri-Chapelle: Corwin, Warren B. (1st Lt. 0-821-671)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Nov-09
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem; DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: First burial N-6-120; DOW received 9 Nov 1944; officially from Westchester County, NY in Army records, but stone says New Jersey; final burial at Saint James the Less Episcopal Cemetery in Scarsdale, NY - see http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=corwin&GSfn=warren&GSbyrel=all&GSdy=1944&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=40098111&df=all&
      Unit: 362nd Fighter Squadron

    164. X-58 Foy
      Recovered 1945-?03? at ?Belgium?, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Daniel Wood (31st Tank Bn)
      Specifics: Buried at Foy H-4-89 next to Wood who was buried 10 Mar 45 in grave 90. Serial number given as 3843 on Wood's Report of Burial dated 11 Mar 45.
      Unit:

    165. X-58 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 9 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    166. X-58 Henri-Chapelle
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial M-9-178
      Unit:

    167. X-59 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 14 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    168. X-60 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 14 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    169. X-60 Henri-Chapelle: Allied
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial Allied D-2-40, marked as Allied
      Unit:

    170. X-61 Gorron
      Recovered buried at Gorron 20 Sep 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    171. X-61 Henri-Chapelle: Allied
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial Allied D-2-39, marked as Allied
      Unit:

    172. X-62 Hamm: (unknown as of 26 Jan 1949)
      Recovered 1945-Mar-18 at Germany, Trier (WL 200300) -- MIA: -- Died: est 1944-Dec-1
      Source: IDPF of X-62 (thanks to Ted Darcy of WFI Research Group)
      Specifics: First post-recovery burial at Hamm, Luxembourg USMC AA-11-255; final burial 14 Dec 1948 at Hamm E-15-38; death at Trier, Germany (WL200300) estimated at 1 Dec 1944 from multiple schrapnel wounds; Disinterment Directive #162 (5 Jun 1947): Small amount of flesh in last stage of decomposition. All joints disarticulated. Notes (18 Mar 1945): "Deceased is 1 of 6 Americans brought to the cemetery by S/Sgt Joseph Adam, 33930537 of 3048th QM G. R. Co. Hq Platoon in Hamm, Luxembourg. Body was one of 4 Americans buried in a common grave and according to the check sheet these bodies were buried by the Germans. The other bodies in this common grave were identified as Harrison Alderfer O-1824116, Francis T. Hickman 36990403, and Duncan D. Fitzgerald 31471870. Deceased had been found floating in a river at Trier and was buried by the Germans according to George Gotthard, caretaker of the civilian cemetery. No clues as to deceased's identity could be found at the cemetery." Disinterment 13 Mar 1945 from Ehrenfriedhof at Trier, Germany; buried at Ehrenfriedhof estimated 26 Feb 1945
      Unit: [Alderfer & Hickman who were buried with him were both 4th Infantry Division (Alderfer 22nd Infantry Regiment; Hickman 8th Infantry Regiment)]

    173. X-62 Henri-Chapelle: Allied
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial Allied D-2-38, marked as Allied
      Unit:

    174. X-63 Henri-Chapelle: Allied
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial Allied D-2-34, marked as Allied
      Unit:

    175. X-64 Henri-Chapelle: Allied
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial Allied D-2-37, marked as Allied
      Unit:

    176. X-65 Henri-Chapelle: Allied
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial Allied D-2-36, marked as Allied
      Unit:

    177. X-66 Henri-Chapelle: Allied
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial Allied D-2-35, marked as Allied
      Unit:

    178. X-67 Foy: Guadagno, Joseph (Pvt 32696139)
      Recovered 1945-Mar-11 at Belgium, just east of Provedroux (692-859) -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPFs of Joseph Guadagno & Floyd Amrhine (C/440 AFAB)
      Specifics: X-67 and X-68 recovered together from vehicle (M-7_ near Provedroux, Belgium; X-67 & X-68 Identification as Guadagno & Amrhine per 27 Jun 45 memorandum (Amrhine PDF pp 32m 18)
      Unit: Battery "C", 440th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    179. X-67 Henri-Chapelle: Warner, Lloyd D. (Sgt. 36594122)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Wayne County, MI
      Unit:

    180. X-68 Foy: Amrhine, Floyd (Pvt 35564416)
      Recovered 1945-Mar-11 at Belgium, just east of Provedroux (692-859) -- MIA: 1944-Dec-23 -- Died: 1944-Dec-23
      Source: IDPFs of Joseph Guadagno & Floyd Amrhine (C/440 AFAB)
      Specifics: X-67 and X-68 recovered together from vehicle (M-7_ near Provedroux, Belgium; X-67 & X-68 Identification as Guadagno & Amrhine per 27 Jun 45 memorandum (Amrhine PDF pp 32m 18); final burial Henri-Chapelle F-12-50
      Unit: Battery "C", 440th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    181. X-68 Henri-Chapelle
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial S-7-121
      Unit:

    182. X-69 Hamm: Aldrich, Frank (Cpl. 31447982)
      Recovered 1945-Mar-10 at Belgium, 200 yards NW of Rodt -- MIA: 1944-Dec-23 -- Died: 1944-Dec-22
      Source: IDPF of Frank Aldrich (40 Tk/7AD)
      Specifics: "Body was one of 24 Americans brought to cemetery by Sgt. Ward French, 37544950, of 3042nd QM G. R. Co. Hq Platoon at Bastogne, Belgium. According to a check sheet accompanying body, this body was an unknown and in the same grave with Ernest A. Link, 37032105. Across from this common grave was a knocked out U. S. Tank bearing following markings: US Tank 7 No 40, USA 30100330." Final burial St. Sebastian's Cemetery; Westerly, RI
      Unit: Company "A", 40th Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    183. X-69 Henri-Chapelle
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: March 1946 Plat of Henri-Chapelle Temp Cem
      Specifics: First burial S-5-100
      Unit:

    184. X-72 Hamm: Galbraith, Morton G. (Sgt 36649047)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Hamm X-97 IDPF [thanks to Barbara Geisler]
      Specifics: identified 8 Sep 1949
      Unit:

    185. X-72 Henri-Chapelle: Suhl, Melvin M. (Pvt. 18008806)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Oct-29
      Source: DPMO working list of Henri-Chapelle X's
      Specifics: must have been identified prior to March 1946 plats, since he is not included there by X-number; from Harris County, TX
      Unit: Infantry

    186. X-80 Neuville (1945)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Plat of Section E of temp Neuville cemetery
      Specifics: E-9-215
      Unit:

    187. X-82 Neuville (1945)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Plat of Section E of temp Neuville cemetery
      Specifics: E-9-217
      Unit:

    188. X-85 Foy: co-mingled La Shomb, Francis F. (T/5 32233878) AND Reynolds, Edward P. (T/5 32233918)
      Recovered at Belgium, vic. Joubiéval -- MIA: 1944-Dec-24 -- Died: 1944-Dec-21
      Source: IDPF of Francis La Shomb (has no recovery information, no Report of Burial, no Disinterment Directive)
      Specifics: X-85 (as A and B) and X-86: Francis La Shomb (Driver) remains comingled with Edward Reynolds (Ass't. Driver) remains (see La Shomb IDPF PDF pp 16-20); final burial Long Island National Cemetery; Farmingdale, NY J-13571 (comingled remains of Francis La Shomb & Edward Reynolds)
      Click La Shomb Find A Grave information and photo
      Click Reynolds Find A Grave information and photo
      Unit: Troop "D" 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Armored Division

    189. X-86 Foy: co-mingled La Shomb, Francis F. (T/5 32233878) AND Reynolds, Edward P. (T/5 32233918)
      Recovered at Belgium, vic. Joubiéval -- MIA: 1944-Dec-24 -- Died: 1944-Dec-21
      Source: IDPF of Francis La Shomb (has no recovery information, no Report of Burial, no Disinterment Directive)
      Specifics: X-85 (as A and B) and X-86: Francis La Shomb (Driver) remains comingled with Edward Reynolds (Ass't. Driver) remains (see La Shomb IDPF PDF pp 16-20); final burial Long Island National Cemetery; Farmingdale, NY J-13571 (comingled remains of Francis La Shomb & Edward Reynolds)
      Click La Shomb Find A Grave information and photo
      Click Reynolds Find A Grave information and photo
      Unit: Troop "D" 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Armored Division

    190. X-87 Neuville (1945)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Plat of Section E of temp Neuville cemetery
      Specifics: E-2-47
      Unit:

    191. X-91A Neuville (1945): McLaren, William F. (T/Sgt 33232881 Radio-Gunner)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Feb-05
      Source: Missing Air Crew Report 41-31884 (handwritten 2055 on some pages)
      Specifics: The crew of 7 was buried as X-91, 92, 93, 94 in a group burial in E-4-graves 84, 86, 87, 88, 89; the MACR shows this as 9th Air Force, Bomb Group 323, Bomb Squadron 455, in a B-26 aircraft, last known as of 1348 on 5 Feb 1944 3 miles north of Frevent, France.
      Unit: 455th Bomb Squadron, 323rd Bomb Group, 9th Air Force

    192. X-91B-C Neuville (1945): Bryan, James N. (Capt. O-728056 Pilot), Whyte, Charles L. (Capt. O-791014 Navigator), Hook, William L. (1st Lt. O-790959 Navigator), Echo, Salvatore E. (1st Lt. O-731039 Bombardier)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Feb-05
      Source: Missing Air Crew Report 41-31884 (handwritten 2055 on some pages)
      Specifics: The crew of 7 was buried as X-91, 92, 93, 94 in a group burial in E-4-graves 84, 86, 87, 88, 89; the MACR shows this as 9th Air Force, Bomb Group 323, Bomb Squadron 455, in a B-26 aircraft, last known as of 1348 on 5 Feb 1944 3 miles north of Frevent, France.
      Unit: 455th Bomb Squadron, 323rd Bomb Group, 9th Air Force

    193. X-92A-B Neuville (1945): Bryan, James N. (Capt. O-728056 Pilot), Whyte, Charles L. (Capt. O-791014 Navigator), Hook, William L. (1st Lt. O-790959 Navigator), Echo, Salvatore E. (1st Lt. O-731039 Bombardier)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Feb-05
      Source: Missing Air Crew Report 41-31884 (handwritten 2055 on some pages)
      Specifics: The crew of 7 was buried as X-91, 92, 93, 94 in a group burial in E-4-graves 84, 86, 87, 88, 89; the MACR shows this as 9th Air Force, Bomb Group 323, Bomb Squadron 455, in a B-26 aircraft, last known as of 1348 on 5 Feb 1944 3 miles north of Frevent, France.
      Unit: 455th Bomb Squadron, 323rd Bomb Group, 9th Air Force

    194. X-93 Neuville (1945): Tulipane, Silvio J. (S/Sgt. 32325301 Gunner)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Feb-05
      Source: Missing Air Crew Report 41-31884 (handwritten 2055 on some pages) [thanks to Barbara Geisler]
      Specifics: The crew of 7 was buried as X-91, 92, 93, 94 in a group burial in E-4-graves 84, 86, 87, 88, 89; the MACR shows this as 9th Air Force, Bomb Group 323, Bomb Squadron 455, in a B-26 aircraft, last known as of 1348 on 5 Feb 1944 3 miles north of Frevent, France.
      Unit: 455th Bomb Squadron, 323rd Bomb Group, 9th Air Force

    195. X-94 Neuville (1945): Holton, John A. (S/Sgt. 13069240 Engineer-Gunner)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Feb-05
      Source: Missing Air Crew Report 41-31884 (handwritten 2055 on some pages) [thanks to Barbara Geisler]
      Specifics: The crew of 7 was buried as X-91, 92, 93, 94 in a group burial in E-4-graves 84, 86, 87, 88, 89; the MACR shows this as 9th Air Force, Bomb Group 323, Bomb Squadron 455, in a B-26 aircraft, last known as of 1348 on 5 Feb 1944 3 miles north of Frevent, France.
      Unit: 455th Bomb Squadron, 323rd Bomb Group, 9th Air Force

    196. X-96 Neuville (1945): (identified, but I do not have name: probably either Sgt. John E. Haerle 19185804 or Pfc. William L. Panagakos 33747116 or Pvt. Lawrence V. Carnavale 31428519 all of whom were in the crash and have been identified)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561)
      Unit:

    197. X-97 Foy: Brown, Charles A. (Sgt. 34099638 Foreman, Construction)
      Recovered before 13 April 1945 at Belgium, Crombach (given both as 814868 (Brown PDF p 39) and earlier 820871 (Brown PDF p 47)) -- MIA: 1944-Dec-22 -- Died: 1944-Dec-22
      Source: IDPF of Charles A. Brown (33 AEBn); IDPF of James Masengale (23 AIB) who was recovered at Crombach, Belgium; Identification Cross-reference
      Specifics: rank Sgt.; buried 13 April 1945 at Foy J-1-22; identified 29 Apr 1946 via fingerprints (Brown IDPF PDF p 17); final burial Henri-Chapelle H-3-15
      Unit: Company "B", 33rd Armored Engineer Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    198. X-97 Neuville (1945): Price, Oscar F. (Pvt. 39831289)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561); Hometown Los Angeles, CA; final burial Ardennes USMC (Neuville) D-28-6
      Unit: 456th Field Artillery Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division

    199. X-98 Foy: Tryonas, Frank W. (Pvt. 33844173)
      Recovered 1945-04 at Belgium, Kapelle -- MIA: 1944-Dec-23 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Frank Tryonas (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: on list of 3 unknowns identified 17 August 1945
      Unit: Troop "A", 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Armored Division

    200. X-98 Neuville (1945): Sanchez, Francisco D. (S/Sgt. 39569266)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561); Hometown Los Angeles, CA
      Unit:

    201. X-99 Foy: Hinkle, Loron R. (S/Sgt. 32588177)
      Recovered before 13 April 1945 at ?Belgium?, -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Jan-01
      Source: IDPF of James Masengale (23 AIB) who was recovered at Crombach, Belgium; Identification Cross-reference
      Specifics: buried 13 April 1945 at Foy J-1-24; identified 17 Jul 1945; final burial Henri-Chapelle G-11-29
      Unit: 347th Infantry Regiment, 87th Infantry Division

    202. X-99 Neuville (1945): (declared unidentifiable as of 15 June 1951)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn); Plat of Section E of temp Neuville cemetery
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561); initial burial at Neuville in E-4-97
      Unit:

    203. X-100 Neuville (1945): Nevins, Ernest H. (Pvt. 37728164)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561); final burial at Ft. Leavenworth (KS) National Cemetery 1143-C
      Unit: Troop "B", 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Armored Division

    204. X-100 Neuville (1962): (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) D-6-58 on 14 Aug 1962
      Unit: (never identified)

    205. X-101 Neuville (1945): (identified, but I do not have name: probably either Sgt. John E. Haerle 19185804 or Pfc. William L. Panagakos 33747116 or Pvt. Lawrence V. Carnavale 31428519 all of whom were in the crash and have been identified)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561)
      Unit:

    206. X-113 Neuville (1945)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Plat of Section E of temp Neuville cemetery
      Specifics: E-10-229
      Unit:

    207. X-116 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 30 Jul 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit: Navy

    208. X-117 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 31 Jul 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    209. X-118 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 31 Jul 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    210. X-119 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 31 Jul 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    211. X-120 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 31 Jul 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    212. X-121 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 2 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    213. X-123 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 16 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    214. X-125 Neuville
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    215. X-126 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 5 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    216. X-127 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 4 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    217. X-127 Foy: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    218. X-129 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 5 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    219. X-130 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 6 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    220. X-131 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 6 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    221. X-132 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 6 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    222. X-133 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 28 Jul 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    223. X-134 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 27 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    224. X-135 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 30 Jul 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    225. X-137 Blosville
      Recovered buried at Blosville 3 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    226. X-143 Foy
      Recovered before 13 Oct 1948 at Belgium, St. Vith (from a tank) -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB) p. 42
      Specifics: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB) p. 42: "Including X-7971 there were a total of severn unknowns recovered from St. Vith, Belgium." p. 45 lists the other 6: Foy X-143 & Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452
      Unit:

    227. X-148 Foy: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    228. X-191 : (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) D-7-58 on 14 Aug 1962
      Unit: (never identified)

    229. X-215 Hamm: (do not know if he was ever identified)
      Recovered at Luxembourg, vicinity of Bastogne -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Barbara Geisler
      Specifics: "X-215 (Hamm) was recovered from the front drivers seat of med tank #40145295-S, 3A(10) in the vicinity of Bastogne."
      Unit:

    230. X-218 Hamm: Spellman, Arthur Fox 42042340)
      Recovered before 24 Dec 1945 at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Dec-17
      Source: IPDF of George Patton (TUSA); Barbara Geisler reports that the plat of the section shows Spellman, A.F. 42042340 in EE-9-223
      Specifics: initial burial (probably 23 Dec 1945) at Hamm EE-9-223 (to left of Gen. Patton who was in #222); Spellman's Grand Nephew's WWII Registry entry: "SERVED AT THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE. HELD AS A PRISONER OF WAR. DIED OF WOUNDS ON DECEMBER 17, 1944. RECEIVED A PURPLE HEART AND A GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL."; now buried at Woodlawn Cemetery in New Windsor, NY; Harold Spellman FindAGrave entry: "Served in US Army, on 12/16/44 was shot, captured during the Battle of the Bulge. He died the next day 12/17/1944. He was returned home in 1948 for burial."
      Unit:

    231. X-227 Henri-Chapelle: (unknown as of 23 Dec 1944)
      Recovered 1944-? at ?Belgium?, -- MIA: 1944-? -- Died: 1944-?
      Source: IDPF of Kenneth Bowers (38 AIB)
      Specifics: buried 23 Dec 1944 Henri-Chapelle PP-8-146, next to Bowers
      Unit:

    232. X-230 Henri-Chapelle: Waters, Amos L. (Pfc. 36441763)
      Recovered 1945-? at ?Belgium?, -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Nov-29
      Source: IDPF of Frank Tryonas (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: on list of 3 unknowns identified 17 August 1945 - died 29 Nov 1944 - now at Henri-Chapelle A-7-48
      Unit: 26th Infantry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division

    233. X-246 St. Avold: (unidentified as of 13 Jan 1949)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: on list of "Certain Unknown Decedents" 13 Jan 1949 (Riley Clark PDF p 6)
      Unit:

    234. X-258 Hamm: (unknown as of 18 April 1949)
      Recovered before 18 April 1949 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: 14 April 1949 "Report on Certain Unknowns" in IDPF (PDF p 8) of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn; formerly X-100 Neuville) -- Hard to read; number could be different
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    235. X-259 Not Specified: (unknown - tag found among U.S. remains buried at Ittenbach as German and then one [see X-9345 Frankfurt[ found to be U.S.)
      Recovered post-war by Germans at Belgium, St. Vith -- MIA: 1944-Dec-24 -- Died: 1944-Dec-22
      Source: IDPF of Joe Wilson Bailey (48 AIB - PDF p 67; extensive 1960 lab report PDF pp 168-178)-- NOTE: OFFICIAL PLACE AND DATE ARE WRONG - ACTUALLY KIA 22 DEC 44 NORTH OF RODT, BELGIUM
      Specifics: Parts of 4 sets of remains recovered from initial location and buried either at Lommel, Belgium and then at Ittenbach, Germany or else directly at Ittenbach; German War Graves Commission transferred 17 Nov 1960 to Frankfurt Mausoleum, which determined there were four sets of remains and labeled them S&R 1073-A, B, C & D; S&R 1073-B associated with Joe Bailey and given X-9345 and ultimately id'd as Bailey; S&R 1073-A, C & D returned to Germans for final burial as Germans at Ittenbach despite the partially destoryed GR X-259 plaque with the remains (PDF pp 168-178 include skeletal charts, measurements for all 4; teeth for A & B)
      Unit: Anti-Tank Platoon, Company "B", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    236. X-310 Henri-Chapelle: Beckner, Woodrow W. (Pvt 33216904)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List
      Specifics: DNB; Washington, DC; final burial CONUS; filed under 70055/70056
      Unit:

    237. X-311 Henri-Chapelle: (unknown as of 2010)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source:
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    238. X-312 Henri-Chapelle: Almklov, Andrew (Pfc 32627393)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List (as Almklon)
      Specifics: DOW; New York County, NY; final burial: CONUS; filed under Neuville X-70081
      Unit:

    239. X-313 Henri-Chapelle: Meyer, George A. (Pvt 37553880)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1905-Apr-28
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List
      Specifics: KIA; Sherburne County, MN; final burial Saint John Luth Cemetery in Elk River, MN
      Unit:

    240. X-314 Henri-Chapelle: Bickel, Daniel M. (Sgt 39 690 598)
      Recovered at ?Belgium?, -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Dec-18
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List
      Specifics: DOW; Los Angeles, CA; final burial Henri-Chapelle D-7-55; filed under Alfred Harper X-136
      Unit: 424th Infantry Regiment, 106th Infantry Division

    241. X-315 Henri-Chapelle: Smith, William E. (Sgt. 16 061 737)
      Recovered 1945-01 at Belgium, Samrée-Trinal -- MIA: 1944-Dec-20 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of William Smith (17 Tank)
      Specifics:
      Unit: HQ Company, 17th Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    242. X-316 Henri-Chapelle: Krogh, Warren T. (WOJG W2106165)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Dec-21
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List
      Specifics: WOJG Krogh (W2106165) KIA 21 Dec '44 is noted as having been filed under case number 84983 Sgt Clarence A. Roemele 35 104 586 (X-420); Cook County, IL
      Unit:

    243. X-317 Henri-Chapelle: Gwiazdowski, Matthew J. (T/4 32228006)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List
      Specifics: KIA; Kings County, NY; final burial CONUS; filed under X-70081 Associated with X-28 (not on list)
      Unit:

    244. X-318 Henri-Chapelle: Lewis, Robert F. (S/Sgt 39537348)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List
      Specifics: KIA; San Diego, CA; final burial: CONUS; part of a group
      Unit:

    245. X-319 Henri-Chapelle: Gwinn, Lovell G. (Pvt 35442498)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Dec-21
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List
      Specifics: KIA; Fayette County, WV; final burial CONUS; KIA 24 Dec 1944 Field Artillery
      Unit: ??? Field Artillery

    246. X-320 Henri-Chapelle: Ellis, William H. Jr. (2d Lt 0-014568)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Jan-09
      Source: Henri-Chapelle List
      Specifics: KIA; Wilson, Wilson County, NC; final burial CONUS
      Unit: 774th Tank Battalion

    247. X-321 Henri-Chapelle: Caraway, Alphus Lee (Pvt. 38688936)
      Recovered 1945-? at ?Belgium?, -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Jan-12
      Source: IDPF of Frank Tryonas (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: KIA; Comanche County, TX; on list of 3 unknowns identified 17 August 1945; final burial Live Oak Cemetery in Purvis or Dublin, TX; filed under Sniezyk, Jerome R (57689 X-212)
      Unit: 424th Infantry Regiment, 106th Infantry Division

    248. X-358 Hamm: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    249. X-373 Hamm: unidentifiable as of 1949
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Hamm X-97 IDPF [thanks to Barbara Geisler]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    250. X-382 Henri-Chapelle
      Recovered at Belgium, Baraque de Fraiture -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of X-382
      Specifics: First burial QQQ-7-132
      Unit:

    251. X-411 Margraten: Dash, Leonard C. (T/Sgt 13170728)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF ot Thomas Jones (C/17 Tank)
      Specifics: 31 Oct 1949 Memorandum on X-5823 (Neuville) states that X-411 skeletal chart was attached to X-5823 Report of Burial and that "Unknown X-411, Margraten, has been identified as Leonard C. Dash, AAF, ASN 13170728". NARA records show Dash as T/Sgt
      Unit: Army Air Force

    252. X-416 Henri-Chapelle: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    253. X-418 Henri-Chapelle: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    254. X-420 Margraten: Roemele, Clarence A. (Sgt 35104586)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Warren T. Krogh
      Specifics: WOJG Krogh (W2106165) KIA 21 Dec '44 is noted as having been filed under case number 84983 Sgt Clarence A. Roemele 35 104 586 (X-420)
      Unit:

    255. X-428 La Cambe
      Recovered buried at La Cambe 7 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    256. X-429 La Cambe
      Recovered buried at La Cambe 7 Aug 1944 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: QMC Form No. 2 GRS / Weekly Report of Burials No. 105 dated 30 Oct 1944 [found by 3AD Historian Jed Henry in NARA RG 92 Entry 1894 General Correspondence ("Miscellaneous File") 1939-54. / 1939-45 / Theater of Operation / 314.6 T/O European Burials 104 thru 314.6 T/O European Burials 107 / Box Number 239]
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    257. X-530 Margraten: (unknown as of 14 May 1945)
      Recovered 1945-05 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Lawton Gay (31 Tank)
      Specifics: buried at Margraten (temp) R-7-155 on 14 May 1945
      Unit: AAF (Army Air Forces)

    258. X-542 Margraten: (unknown as of 14 May 1945)
      Recovered 1945-05 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Lawton Gay (31 Tank)
      Specifics: buried at Margraten (temp) R-7-157 on 14 May 1945
      Unit: (unknown as of 14 May 1945)

    259. X-810 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    260. X-984 Margraten
      Recovered before 8 June 1945 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Piltzecker (82 Engr)
      Specifics: Buried 8 June 1945 at Margraten Temp JJ-11-262 next to Charles H. Piltzecker
      Unit: (unknown as of 8 Jun 1945)

    261. X-1004 Margraten
      Recovered before 8 June 1945 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Piltzecker (82 Engr)
      Specifics: Buried 8 June 1945 at Margraten Temp JJ-11-260 next to Charles H. Piltzecker
      Unit: (unknown as of 8 Jun 1945)

    262. X-1095 St. Avold
      Recovered before 2 Mar 1945 at France, Arry -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Godfrey C. Westcott (B/38 AIB); IDPF of X-1095
      Specifics: X-1095 was a lower right leg recovered from Arry but could not be associated with Westcott (who almost certainly was killed at Verny). Both X-1095 and Westcott IDPF have same map of location at Arry.
      Unit: (unknown as of 19 Dec 1947)

    263. X-1137 Margraten: Moore (Pvt 34610342)
      Recovered 1945-06 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Nick Fizet (203 AAA)
      Specifics: Buried 20 June 1945 at Margraten (temp) KKK-4-86; ABMC has no Moore with that service number, so that he was repatriated for final burial
      Unit: 3677 Quartermaster Truck Company

    264. X-1138 Margraten: Fizet, Nick (Pfc. 35526863)
      Recovered 1945-06 at Germany, Burgsolm -- MIA: 1944-Dec-23 -- Died: 1945-Mar-24
      Source: IDPF of Nick Fizet (203 AAA)
      Specifics: Buried 20 June 1945 at Margraten (temp) KKK-4-85; Died of illness as POW; "was found in field Disinterred at Burgsolm June 16, 45"
      Unit: Battery "D", 203rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion, attached to 7th Armored Division

    265. X-1190 Margraten
      Recovered before 2 July 1945 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Robert Jacob (38 AIB)
      Specifics: Buried 2 July 1945 at Margraten Temp III-9-211 next to Robert Jacob
      Unit:

    266. X-1201 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    267. X-1209 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "unidentifiable"
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    268. X-1212 Margraten: Ferrari, Joseph J. (S/Sgt 32249728)
      Recovered 1945-07 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-03 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Ferrari (48 AIB); also noted in IDPF of Russell Fratus (C/17 Tank) when eliminating nearby-recovered X-numbers
      Specifics: Recovery map shows T-1901 recovered at 742-309, later assigned X-1212; official date of death 5 Oct 1944 but MIA and apparently KIA 3 Oct 1944; final burial at Margraten, Netherlands (Netherlands USMC) M-20-5
      Unit: Company "C", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    269. X-1214 Margraten: Rabalais, Hardy James, Jr. (Pfc 38486271)
      Recovered 1945-07 at Netherlands, along or near Asten-Meijel road NW of Meijel, Holland -- MIA: 1944-Oct-29 -- Died: 1944-Oct-29
      Source: IDPF of Hardy Rabalais (48 AIB)
      Specifics: Initial burial Margraten B-12-291 as Gordon Hillis but Jun 45 realized X-26 [G-11-258] indications as Hillis; disinterred both and established that there were 2 bodies; B-12-291 then designated X-1214 and X-26 id'd as Hillis; identification of X-1214 as Rabalais made official 5 Jun 1947
      Unit: Company "A", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    270. X-1215 Margraten: group: A'Hearn, Gerald J. (Cpl 13050934), Fratus, Russell J. (1st Sgt 6137994), Peterson, Harold A. (Pvt 37543967)
      Recovered ?1945-07? at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-05 -- Died: 1944-Oct-05
      Source: IDPFs of Russell Fratus (C/17 Tank), Thomas Jones (C/17), Gerald A'hearn (C/17)
      Specifics: group remains X-1215 (Margraten KK-6-150 [4650 GB-395]) & X-5823 (Neuville Z-1-18 [1260 GB-436], originally believed to be remains of C/17 still-MIAs Francis H. Bosch & Thomas B. Jones, Jr.) were later combined as X-8364 (Neuville)
      Unit: Company "C", 17th Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    271. X-1217 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    272. X-1228 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    273. X-1229 Margraten: Kapusta, George R. (T/Sgt 35300176)
      Recovered 1945-07 at Netherlands, just north of Heitrak -- MIA: 1944-Oct-29 -- Died: 1944-Oct-29
      Source: IDPF of George Kapusta (23 AIB)
      Specifics: originally had British number T-2362, then assigned US number X-1229 (Margraten); recovered with James Hyden (A/434 AFAB KIA 30 Oct) & Henry Roan (23 AIB KIA 29? Oct), German soldier also buried there; location is just north of Heitrak along east side of road after road has curved somewhat left, just south of a place called Hutten that does not appear on most maps; final burial at Margraten, Netherlands USMC O-8-4
      Unit: HQ Company, 23rd Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    274. X-1230 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "unidentifiable"
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    275. X-1231 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "unidentifiable"
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    276. X-1234 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "unidentifiable"
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    277. X-1243 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    278. X-1244 Margraten
      Recovered before 13 Oct 1948 at Belgium, St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11; IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11: Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 "recovered from this area cannot be associatted with subject deceased.", p. 42: "Including X-7971 there were a total of seven unknowns recovered from St. Vith, Belgium." p. 45 lists the other 6: Foy X-143 & Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 -- IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    279. X-1284 Margraten: Safford, Wesley L. (Pfc 12079068)
      Recovered 1945-09 at Netherlands, Meyelsedijk -- MIA: 1944-Nov-07 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Wesley Safford (38 AIB/7AD)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Company "C", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    280. X-1286 Margraten
      Recovered before 12 Sep 1945 at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Norman Connard (C/489/7AD)
      Specifics: buried in KKK-11-272 13 Sep 1945
      Unit:

    281. X-1601 St. Avold
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of X-1095
      Specifics: buried 4 Mar 1946 to left of X-1095 in St. Avold temp PP-2-18
      Unit: (unknown as of 19 Dec 1947)

    282. X-1756 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    283. X-1830 Neuville: (unidentified as of 13 Jan 1949)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: on list of "Certain Unknown Decedents" 13 Jan 1949 (Riley Clark PDF p 6)
      Unit:

    284. X-1913 Margraten: Cathey,Sam (Pvt 34192168)
      Recovered 1945-09 at Netherlands, Ospel -- MIA: 1944-Oct-22 -- Died: 1944-Oct-22
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Robertiello (87 Rcn) & Sam Cathey (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: T-2319 = Margraten X-1913 = Sam Cathey (A/87)
      Unit: Troop "A", 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Armored Division

    285. X-1929 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    286. X-1983 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    287. X-2065 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    288. X-2164 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    289. X-2202 Margraten
      Recovered before 13 Oct 1948 at Belgium, St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11; IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11: Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 "recovered from this area cannot be associatted with subject deceased.", p. 42: "Including X-7971 there were a total of seven unknowns recovered from St. Vith, Belgium." p. 45 lists the other 6: Foy X-143 & Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 -- IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    290. X-2215 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    291. X-2353 Neuville: (unknown as of 18 April 1949)
      Recovered before 18 April 1949 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: 14 April 1949 "Report on Certain Unknowns" in IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn; formerly X-100 Neuville) -- Hard to read; number could be different
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    292. X-2450 Neuville: (unknown as of 9 Nov 1950)
      Recovered before 9 Nov 1950 at Belgium?, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harvery H Bryan (A/33 AEB) p 2
      Specifics: "Unks X-2450& X-7971, Neuville, were specifically checked … with negative results."
      Unit:

    293. X-2450 Margraten
      Recovered before 13 Oct 1948 at Belgium, St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11; IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11: Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 "recovered from this area cannot be associatted with subject deceased.", p. 42: "Including X-7971 there were a total of seven unknowns recovered from St. Vith, Belgium." p. 45 lists the other 6: Foy X-143 & Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 -- IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    294. X-2451 Margraten
      Recovered before 13 Oct 1948 at Belgium, St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11; IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11: Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 "recovered from this area cannot be associatted with subject deceased.", p. 42: "Including X-7971 there were a total of seven unknowns recovered from St. Vith, Belgium." p. 45 lists the other 6: Foy X-143 & Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 -- IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    295. X-2452 Margraten
      Recovered before 13 Oct 1948 at Belgium, St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11; IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 11: Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 "recovered from this area cannot be associatted with subject deceased.", p. 42: "Including X-7971 there were a total of seven unknowns recovered from St. Vith, Belgium." p. 45 lists the other 6: Foy X-143 & Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452 -- IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    296. X-2775 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    297. X-2795 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    298. X-2797 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    299. X-2798 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    300. X-2799 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "unidentifiable"
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    301. X-2800 Margraten
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "unidentifiable"
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    302. X-2885 Margraten
      Recovered on or before 5 March 1946 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Stuart Edson (23 AIB)
      Specifics: Buried at Margraten Temp AAA-7-169 next to Edson
      Unit:

    303. X-2353 St. Avold: (unknown as of 18 April 1949)
      Recovered before 18 April 1949 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: 14 April 1949 "Report on Certain Unknowns" in IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn; formerly X-100 Neuville) -- Hard to read; number could be different
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    304. X-3151 Neuville: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    305. X-3154 Neuville: Bolyard, Hayward R. (Pvt. 35081844)
      Recovered 1946-03-13 at Belgium, Fecklelsborn (St. Vith) -- about 50°19'21.37"N 6° 3'28.78"E -- MIA: 1944-Dec-23 -- Died: 1944-Dec-23
      Source: IDPF of Hayward R. Bolyard (48 AIB); IDPF of Charles Foust
      Specifics: Found May 1945 in woods behind his house by farmer Joseph Mettlen and buried by him in same location; recovered 13 Mar 1946 as X-3154 and buried Neuville C-4-100; identified Dec 1947 approved May 1948; final burial Shiloh Cemetery at Kasson, WV -- IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit: Company "C", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    306. X-3155 Neuville: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    307. X-3158 Neuville: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    308. X-3220 Neuville: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    309. X-3223 : Hansen, Frederick W. (Pvt. 36883490)
      Recovered 1946-04 at France, Sillegny -- MIA: 1944-Sep-21 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Frederick Hansen (38 AIB)
      Specifics: has both numbers X-6021 and X-3223
      Unit: Company "B", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    310. X-3237 Neuville: (unknown as of 14 Mar 1946)
      Recovered 1946-04 at France, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Alvin Hoelscher (48 AIB)
      Specifics: buried next to Hoelscher 14 Mar 1946 at Neuville C-11-268; Barbara Geisler reports that plot of Neuville Section C shows McDowell, R.G. O-2057659 in this grave location, but I cannot find him in the National Archives records on the WWII Registrty
      Unit:

    311. X-3314 Neuville
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "unidentifiable"
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    312. X-3323 Neuville
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    313. X-3330 Neuville
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "Id" indicating the remains had been identified
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    314. X-3367 Neuville
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117; Also on 551st QM Gp 26 Jun 1947 list (IDPF of Gerald A'hearn PDF 35) which has undated hand-written notation "unidentifiable"
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    315. X-3407 Neuville
      Recovered before 8 Apr 1946 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of James Cooksey (23 AIB), p. 57
      Specifics: Buried in G-3-63 next to Cooksey who was buried 8 Apr 1946
      Unit:

    316. X-3410 Neuville
      Recovered 1946-Mar-29 at Netherlands?, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Thomas Fischer (23 AIB), PDF p. 32
      Specifics: Buried in C-4-76 next to Fischer who was buried 29 Mar 1946
      Unit:

    317. X-3567 Neuville
      Recovered before 26 June 1947 at Netherlands, Groesbeek-Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB), p. 117
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    318. X-4013 Neuville: (unknown as of 2 Jul 1947)
      Recovered before 2 July 1947 at Belgium, vicinity of St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32
      Specifics: IDPF of Charles Foust (B/23 AIB) p. 32: Henri-Chapelle X-416, 418, Margraten X-2450, 2451, 2452, 1244, 2202, Neuville X-3155, 3158, 3154, 4013, 3151, 3220, Foy X-148, 127, Hamm X-358 all recovered from near St Vith, Belgium
      Unit:

    319. X-4014 Neuville: (positively identified by 29 Aug 1950)
      Recovered before 29 Aug 1950 at Belgium, vicinity of Poteau -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Andrew J. Baziow (B/48 AIB), p. 13
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    320. X-4015 Neuville: (unknown as of 29 Aug 1950)
      Recovered before 29 Aug 1950 at Belgium, vicinity of Poteau -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Andrew J. Baziow (B/48 AIB), p. 13
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    321. X-4726 Neuville: (unknown as of 9 Nov 1951)
      Recovered at Belgium, Fosse -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Hawkins (B/31 Tank)
      Specifics: (S-12-285); X-4276 burial report states he was wearing paratrooper boots, but 7 Jul 1949 reviewer Hendrik L. Veigh believed he was nevertheless a dismounted tanker or an infantryman; remains did not match Hawkins
      Unit:

    322. X-4820 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    323. X-5178 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    324. X-5205 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    325. X-5364 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    326. X-5389 Neuville: (unknown as of 18 April 1949)
      Recovered before 18 April 1949 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: 14 April 1949 "Report on Certain Unknowns" in IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn; formerly X-100 Neuville)
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    327. X-5577 Neuville: (unknown as of 13 June 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, Overloon (west of Kuijkuit, north of de Hattert) -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of William Davenport (17 Tank); also noted in IDPF of Russell Fratus (C/17 Tank) when eliminating nearby-recovered X-numbers; IDPF of Gerald A'hearn has handwritten notation (probably from early 1950's) that the only unknown remaining from the Overloon tanks was X-5577 (PDF 39) -- Hard to read; number could be different
      Specifics: Believed in 1950 to have been recovered from a tank in the immediate vicinity where Davenport was killed; Remains consisted of two ounces of material, in 1948, X-5577 was buried Neuville Y-4-79 and disinterred and sent to the Central Identification Laboratory [then at Strasbourg, France] for possible matching with Davenport; a match could not be made with the technology then available. 13 June 1950 memo to QM General in Washington states "The remains of Unknown X-5577, were eliminated, and designated CIL #1001 (Neuville), on 12 June 1948, by the Central Identification Laboratory during group processing of associated remains. Grave 79 is now declared open." [Wesley Johnston NOTE: I am concerned that this X-5577 may actually have been a confusion with X-5877 (which see). The X-5577 is typed and definitely X-5577, but I am concerned that the source of it is a handwritten X-5877 that may have been mis-read as X-5577.]
      Unit: Company "B", 31st Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division "Search of tank USA 3033274 revealed possible presence of human remains."

    328. X-5591 Neuville: Gabri, John J (32830633)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: on list of "Certain Unknown Decedents" 13 Jan 1949 (Riley Clark PDF p 6)
      Unit:

    329. X-5624 Neuville: Vasquez, Apolonio P. (Pfc 38442249)
      Recovered before 23 June 1947 at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Dec-02
      Source: 23 June 1947 Report of Interment at Neuville of Henry M. Haney (38 AIB); Barbara Geisler reports that plat of the section shows Vasquez, Apolonio P. PFC 38442249 in Y-4-100
      Specifics: Buried before 23 Jun 1947 in Y-4-100 (next to Haney); Vasquez of El Paso County, TX is now buried at Fort Bliss National Cemetery in Texas in Section E Site 9176, with birth date 10 Apr 1925 and death date 2 Dec 1944
      Unit:

    330. X-5738 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    331. X-5773 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    332. X-5774 Neuville: Butryn, Stanley J. (Pfc 32946026)
      Recovered on or before 16 July 1947 at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Dec-06
      Source: IDPF of Allan Persons (40 Tank); Barbara Geisler reports that plat of the section shows Butryn, Stanley J. PFC 32946026 in Y-11-253
      Specifics: Burial next to Persons at Neuville 16 Jul 1947 in Y-11-253; Butryn of Schenectady County, NY is now buried at St. Mary's Cemetery in Schenectady, with unit 357 Infantry, birth date 10 May 1921, death date 6 Dec 1944
      Unit: 357th Infantry Regiment, 90th Infantry Division

    333. X-5785 Neuville: Persons, Allan J. (Tec 4 37300978)
      Recovered on or before 16 July 1947 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-01 -- Died: 1944-Oct-01
      Source: IDPF of Allan Persons (40 Tank); also noted in IDPF of Russell Fratus (C/17 Tank) when eliminating nearby-recovered X-numbers
      Specifics: Burial at Neuville 16 Jul 1947 in Y-11-254; Final burial in USA, location not yet known
      Unit: Company "A", 40th Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    334. X-5786 Neuville: Brown, Norman H. H. (T/Sgt 10601604)
      Recovered on or before 16 July 1947 at , -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Feb-19
      Source: IDPF of Allan Persons (40 Tank); Barbara Geisler reports that plat of the section shows Brown, Norman HH. TSGT 10601604 in Y-11-255
      Specifics: Burial next to Persons at Neuville 16 Jul 1947 in Y-11-255; Brown is now buried in the Ardennes US Military Cemetery at Neuville in Plot B, Row 29, Grave 15, death date 19 Feb 1944
      Unit: U.S. Army Air Forces, Army Air Corps

    335. X-5790 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    336. X-5823 Neuville: group: A'Hearn, Gerald J. (Cpl 13050934), Fratus, Russell J. (1st Sgt 6137994), Peterson, Harold A. (Pvt 37543967)
      Recovered ?1945-07? at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-05 -- Died: 1944-Oct-05
      Source: IDPF of Russell Fratus (C/17 Tank), Thomas Jones (C/17); also listed as one of the 46 "Holland Cases" in HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation in IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: group remains X-1215 (Margraten KK-6-150 [4650 GB-395]) & X-5823 (Neuville Z-1-18 [1260 GB-436], originally believed to be remains of C/17 still-MIAs Francis H. Bosch & Thomas B. Jones, Jr.) were later combined as X-8364 (Neuville)
      Unit: Company "C", 17th Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    337. X-5855 Neuville: (unknown as of 28 Oct 1947)
      Recovered on or before 28 Oct 1947 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: noted in IDPF of Russell Fratus (C/17 Tank) when eliminating nearby-recovered X-numbers
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    338. X-5877 Neuville: (unknown as of about 1947)
      Recovered before about 1947 at Netherlands, Vortum -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of William Davenport (17 Tank)
      Specifics: Recovered from tank "Boomerang" USA 3033274 7/31/B3 (thus company Bof 31st Tank Battalion of 7th Armored Division [the / stands in for an armor triangle, which was the actual marking], probably the 3rd platoon) at Vortum, Holland - one of four tanks destroyed there (3 from B/31 and 1 from 434 AFABn) and the only one to have possible human remains [see X-5577]
      Unit: Company "B", 31st Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division "Search of tank USA 3033274 revealed possible presence of human remains."

    339. X-6020 : Klosin, Harry (Pvt. 12024013)
      Recovered 1946-04 at France, Sillegny -- MIA: 1944-Sep-19 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harry Klosin (38 AIB)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Company "C", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    340. X-6021 : Hansen, Frederick W. (Pvt. 36883490)
      Recovered 1946-04 at France, Sillegny -- MIA: 1944-Sep-21 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Frederick Hansen (38 AIB)
      Specifics: has both numbers X-6021 and X-3223
      Unit: Company "B", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    341. X-6342 Neuville
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 661 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf -- CEMETERY MARKERS (APPARENTLY MOVED BY SOVIETS AND DURING PRIOR DISINTERMENTS BY BRITISH INDICATED THIS WAS THE GRAVE OF ANDREW GRZYS (Med/23 Pvt 36 262 997) BUT "remains recovered from 639 (ROEDER) 661 (GRZYS) 664 MOHR cannot be associated with those particular decedents"
      Unit:

    342. X-6343 Neuville: Northam, Willis L. (Pfc 14182482)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Feb-09
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW 320533 at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 622 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf; from Marion County, AL; final burial apparently in US -- CEMETERY MARKERS (APPARENTLY MOVED BY SOVIETS AND DURING PRIOR DISINTERMENTS BY BRITISH INDICATED THIS WAS THE GRAVE OF VICTOR FATTY (Pvt 32 732 478, BUT REMAINS FOUND IN THIS GRAVE WERE LATER IDENTIFIED AS WILLIS NORTHAM
      Unit:

    343. X-6344 Neuville: Summers, Bruce R. (Pfc 33456730)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Apr-30
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW 314627 at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 649 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf; from Columbia County, PA; final burial apparently in US
      Unit:

    344. X-6346 Neuville
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 605 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf
      Unit:

    345. X-6347 Neuville
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 664 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf -- CEMETERY MARKERS (APPARENTLY MOVED BY SOVIETS AND DURING PRIOR DISINTERMENTS BY BRITISH INDICATED THIS WAS THE GRAVE OF ROBERT L MOHR (Pfc 39 727 244) BUT "remains recovered from 639 (ROEDER) 661 (GRZYS) 664 MOHR cannot be associated with those particular decedents"
      Unit:

    346. X-6348 Neuville: Van Deusen, George E. (Pvt 39297201)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Jan-27
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW 316280 at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 597 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf; from San Bernardino, CA; final burial apparently in US
      Unit:

    347. X-6349 Neuville
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 639 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf -- CEMETERY MARKERS (APPARENTLY MOVED BY SOVIETS AND DURING PRIOR DISINTERMENTS BY BRITISH INDICATED THIS WAS THE GRAVE OF WILBUR J ROEDER (Pfc 36 966 776) BUT "remains recovered from 639 (ROEDER) 661 (GRZYS) 664 MOHR cannot be associated with those particular decedents"
      Unit:

    348. X-6351 Neuville: Musgrove, Robert (Pvt 38390393)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Feb-01
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW 318938 at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 600 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf; final burial apparently in US
      Unit:

    349. X-6352 Neuville: Bacon, Ernest L. (Pfc 11104611)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Jan-31
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW 315142 (unsure of 5) at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 598 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf; from Hartford County, CT; final burial Ardennes USMC A-37-36
      Unit: 422nd Infantry Regiment, 106th Infantry Division

    350. X-6356 Neuville
      Recovered 1947-Aug-07 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 583 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf
      Unit:

    351. X-6358 Neuville: Lund, Elliott R. (Pfc 31373644)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-08 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-Apr-01
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW 320532 at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 623 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf; final burial apparently in US
      Unit:

    352. X-6359 Neuville: BELIEVED TO BE Gregory, Frank (British)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-07 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 590 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf -- 20 MAY 1953 NON-RECOVERABLE REMAINS MEMORANDUM "5. a. That the Imperial War Graves Commission be contacted for the following: ... (2) That their records of World War II be examined for a British casualty by the name of Frank Gregory. Subject roster records the interment in grave 590 as F. Gregory, born 2 December 1921, died 21 January 1945 of diphtheria; POW #75408/XII A; religious preference - Church of England; nationality - English. (Note: Unknown X-6359, USMC Neuville, now classified as unidentifiable as an American casualty, was recovered from grave 590, and is listed on associated documents as BTB Frank Gregory.)
      Unit: British

    353. X-6363 Neuville: Turton, Edgar (Pfc 32274266)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-07 at Germany, Neuburxdorf -- MIA: -- Died: 1944-Dec-30
      Source: IDPF of Grzys (23 AIB)
      Specifics: died as POW 294562 at Stalag IV B (Muhlberg, Germany); recovered from grave 575 of POW Section of Community Cemetery of Neuburxdorf; from Westchester County, NY; final burial apparently in US
      Unit:

    354. X-6422 Neuville: Large, Bernard D. (Pvt)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: Riley Clark IDPF (PDF p 77) Identification Check List (8 Jan 1949) "RX Case of Pvt Bernard D Large (X-6422 Neuville) is presented herewith.
      Unit:

    355. X-6429 Neuville: (unidentified as of undated memo [some time after 12 Aug 1947 recovery] on Riley Clark IDPF PDF p 51)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-12 at Germany, Leipzig -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: POW buried by Germans at Leipzig Trinitatis Firedhof under cross marked "Carow"; reburied at Neuville BB-7-156 (Riley Clark IDPF PDF p 51); X-6429, X-6430, X-7160 disinterred from same cemetery, with X-6429 shown as Phillips but then scratched out and noted "no" (Riley Clark PDF p 77)
      Unit:

    356. X-6430 Neuville: Clark, Riley E. (Pfc. 35479489)
      Recovered 1947-Aug-12 at Germany, Leipzig -- MIA: 1944-Dec-21 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: Stalag IV B No. 20685 / Kriegsgefangenen Nr. 317599 IV B - killed as POW by Allied air raid; X-6429, X-6430, X-7160 disinterred from same cemetery (Riley Clark PDF p 77)
      Unit: Company "A", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    357. X-6431 Neuville: (unidentified as of 25 Nov 1947)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: burial at Neuville 25 Nov 1947 in BB-7-159 (next to X-6430 in 158)
      Unit:

    358. X-6551 Neuville (1945): Murray, Billy J. (18162953)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561); Home County Anderson County, KS; initially buried at Evere (Belgium) Communal Cemetery; final burial Ardennes USMC (Neuville) A-8-7
      Unit: 325th Bomber Squadron, 92nd Bomber Group, Heavy

    359. X-6560 Neuville (1945): Williams, Nathan O. (Pvt. 34875161)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561); initially buried at Evere (Belgium) Communal Cemetery; Home County Holmes County, MS
      Unit:

    360. X-6561 Neuville (1945): (declared unidentifiable as of 15 June 1951)
      Recovered 1945-05 at Belgium, Zaventen -- MIA: -- Died: 1945-May-18
      Source: IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: British plane carrying freed US POWs crashed near Brussels, Belgium (9 unknowns from crash: Neuville X-96 to 101, 6551, 6560, 6561); initially buried at Evere (Belgium) Communal Cemetery
      Unit:

    361. X-6579 Neuville: (unknown as of 18 April 1949)
      Recovered before 18 April 1949 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: 14 April 1949 "Report on Certain Unknowns" in IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn; formerly X-100 Neuville)
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    362. X-6688 Neuville: tentatively Monteleone, Edward G. (39841223) as of 13 Jan 1949
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: on list of "Certain Unknown Decedents" 13 Jan 1949 (Riley Clark PDF p 6)
      Unit:

    363. X-7004 Neuville: BTB mass burial of Valtemar Klpeleinen 31320967 and John W. Taviner 39289171 (as of 5 Nov 1947)
      Recovered before 5 Nov 1947 at Germany, Buedesheim -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: (IDPF of Mike Orrico 36308104 PDF pp 17-18): 14 April 1948 "Recovery of Remains from Budesheim, Germany"
      Specifics: one of eight remains recovered from Buedesheim "New Cemetery"; "Identification check list for X-7004, dated 19 November 1947, indicates parts of four (4) remains are present, two (2) of which are probably enemy."
      Unit:

    364. X-7096 Neuville: (unknown as of 18 April 1949)
      Recovered before 18 April 1949 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: 14 April 1949 "Report on Certain Unknowns" in IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn; formerly X-100 Neuville)
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    365. X-7160 Neuville: Holland, Norbert
      Recovered 1947-Aug-12 at Germany, Leipzig -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Riley Clark (38 AIB)
      Specifics: hand-written notation on typed Evacuation Number 1F-2997 list of Americans buried in Trinitatis Cemetery (also called East Cemetery=Ost Friedhof) in Leipzig, Germany which includes death date 1 Apr 1945 but also shows him as not recovered (Riley Clark PDF p 35; also p 37); Neuville burial at BB (or EE?)-9-225 (Riley Clark IDPF p 51); Holland was POW number IV B 95586 (Riley Clark IDPF PDF p 51); X-6429, X-6430, X-7160 disinterred from same cemetery (Riley Clark PDF p 77)
      Unit:

    366. X-7221 Neuville: possibly Bundy, Ed G. (S/Sgt. 15055976)
      Recovered 1948-Apr-21 at Germany, Görlitz -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Clarkson Russell (PDF p 48)
      Specifics: recovered from Stalag VIII-A burial location, intiially BTB someone else but that disproved, so that next possibility was Bundy, but do not know final disposition - Bundy was from KY and died 1 Mar 1945; he was in the 422IR of 106ID and is buried at Coleville-sur-Mer, France B-9-11
      Unit:

    367. X-7242 Neuville: Schwalm, Bruce F/ (Tec 5 33589793 )
      Recovered 1948-Apr-21 at Germany, Görlitz -- MIA: 1944-Dec-19 -- Died: 1945-Jan-19
      Source: initially Carl Wouters' article in Jan-Apr 2011 Vol. 60 No, 1 "The Cub of the Golden Lion"; later IDPF of Clarkson Russell (PDF p 48)
      Specifics: Died as POW at Stalag VIII-A of meningitis, complicated by enterocolitis; first buried in Görlitz cemetery in grave 113 or 114; reburied at Neuville; final burial at Whitemarsh Memorial Park in Philadelphia, PA.
      Unit: HQ Company, 422nd Infantry Regiment, 106th Infantry Division

    368. X-7971 Margraten
      Recovered before 28 Oct 1948 at Belgium, St. Vith -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harold H. Williams (Med/33 AEB), p. 42: "Including X-7971 there were a total of severn unknowns recovered from St. Vith, Belgium." p. 45 lists the other 6: Foy X-143 & Margraten X-1244, X-2202, X-2450, X-2451, X-2452
      Specifics: NOT SURE THIS IS REALLY MARGRATEN - ALMOST CERTAINLY REALLY WAS NEUVILLE
      Unit:

    369. X-7971 Neuville: (unknown as of 9 Nov 1950)
      Recovered before 9 Nov 1950 at Belgium?, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Harvery H Bryan (A/33 AEB) p 2
      Specifics: "Unks X-2450& X-7971, Neuville, were specifically checked … with negative results."
      Unit:

    370. X-7979 Margraten: Byrom, Glenn K. (Cpl. 39 692 033)
      Recovered 1944-11-?18? at Germany, Immendorf (Geilenkirchen) -- MIA: 1944-Oct-29 -- Died: 1944-Oct-29
      Source: IDPF of Glenn Byrom (48 AIB - see also X-28)
      Specifics: See X-28. Since his final duty location was at a point 6 miles SE of Asten, Netherlands, along the road north of Meijel, if he was indeed recovered at Immendorf, Germany, then he may have been taken prisoner by the Germans and taken into Germany and died, which means he was probably seriously wounded before he was captured. It seems doubtful that the Immendorf location is correct for Byrom, though it may have been correct for Humphreys. Immendorf was not taken until about the time that Humphreys was recovered (mid Nov 1944). The condition of Byrom's remains at disinterrment support him being killed instantly by a powerful explosion that fractured and shattered his body, so that it is highly unlikely that he was captured and taken to Immendorf.
      Unit: Company "A", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    371. X-8077 Neuville (1945)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Plat of Section E of temp Neuville cemetery
      Specifics: E-3-74
      Unit:

    372. X-8145 Neuville (1949): Tibensky, Joseph (Pvt. 36706565)
      Recovered 1949-08 at France, Louvigny -- MIA: 1944-Sep-20 -- Died: 1944-Sep-20
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Tibensky
      Specifics: recovered near Seille River, 800 meters north of farm "Houtonnerie" of Mr. Torloting of community of Louvigny; final burial at Rock Island (IL) National Cemetery E-166 in November 1950
      Unit: Company "A", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    373. X-8281 Neuville (1950): (unknown as of 25 Mar 1950)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Lester Golden (C/38 AIB)
      Specifics: buried next to Golden 25 Mar 1950 in grave LL-1-21 at Neuville
      Unit:

    374. X-8282 Neuville (1950): (unknown as of 25 Mar 1950)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Lester Golden (C/38 AIB)
      Specifics: buried next to Golden 25 Mar 1950 in grave LL-1-23 at Neuville
      Unit:

    375. X-8364 Neuville: group: A'Hearn, Gerald J. (Cpl 13050934), Fratus, Russell J. (1st Sgt 6137994), Peterson, Harold A. (Pvt 37543967)
      Recovered ?1945-07? at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-05 -- Died: 1944-Oct-05
      Source: IDPF of Russell Fratus (C/17 Tank)
      Specifics: group remains X-1215 (Margraten KK-6-150 [4650 GB-395]) & X-5823 (Neuville Z-1-18 [1260 GB-436], originally believed to be remains of C/17 still-MIAs Francis H. Bosch & Thomas B. Jones, Jr.) were later combined as X-8364 (Neuville)
      Unit: Company "C", 17th Tank Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    376. X-8583 Neuville: (unknown as of 18 April 1949)
      Recovered before 18 April 1949 at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: 14 April 1949 "Report on Certain Unknowns" in IDPF of Ernest Nevins (87 Rcn; formerly X-100 Neuville)
      Specifics:
      Unit:

    377. X-8748 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    378. X-8770 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    379. X-8853 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    380. X-8858 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    381. X-8867 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    382. X-9020 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Huber, Harry L. (Pfc. 39558218)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit: 630th Destroyer Battalion

    383. X-9021 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Predovic, Peter J. (T/5 15101326)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: 1944-Dec-22 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit: Troop "B", 87th Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Armored Division

    384. X-9022 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Winburn, Elmer (Pfc. 35135365)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    385. X-9023 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Weaver, Barton E. (Pvt. 17053436)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit: Band, 99th Infantry Division

    386. X-9024 Liege Mausoleum (1951): ?Fairchild, Leo?
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    387. X-9025 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Lauffer, Harry E. (Pvt. 33705347)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    388. X-9026 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Bradford, Joe W. (S/Sgt. 18177453)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit: 322nd Bomber Squadron, 91st Bomber Group (Heavy)

    389. X-9027 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Welgamott, George E. (Pfc. 36184606)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    390. X-9028 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Lowry, Leroy M. (S/Sgt. 37068702)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    391. X-9029 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Mosher, Carrol L. (Pvt. 31459692)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    392. X-9030 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Smith, Glenn A. (Pfc. 36815435)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit: 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

    393. X-9031 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Shilling, Fred M. (Pvt. 33764590)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: 1944-Sep-22 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit: Company "B", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    394. X-9032 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Manning, Joe E. (Pvt. 20835419)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    395. X-9033 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Robinson, Irving L. (Pfc. 20109509)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    396. X-9034 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Small, Harmon L. (M/Sgt. 18037795)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    397. X-9035 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Beach, Harold E. (S/Sgt. 37427349)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit: 110th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division

    398. X-9036 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Rounsaville, Frank P. (Sgt. 33022788)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    399. X-9037 Liege Mausoleum (1951): Trapnell, Robert M. (M/Sgt. 13068648)
      Recovered 1951-05 at Germany, Neubrandenburg -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Peter Predovic (87 Rcn)
      Specifics: list of identification of 17 remains of US soldiers who died as POWs and were buried at Funfeichen Cemetery near Stalag IIA at Neubrandenburg, Germany
      Unit:

    400. X-9102 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) D-3-58 on 21 Nov 1961
      Unit: (never identified)

    401. X-9158 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    402. X-9167 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    403. X-9321 : Blankenship, Paul G. (Pvt. 33652284)
      Recovered 1959-11 at Netherlands, Vierlingsbeek -- MIA: 1944-Oct-07 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Paul Blankenship (38 AIB)
      Specifics: had both numbers X-9321 and Non-Recoverable Case Number 17899
      Unit: Company "B", 38th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    404. X-9342 : (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) D-2-58 on 21 Nov 1961
      Unit: (never identified)

    405. X-9345 Frankfurt Mausoleum (1960): Bailey, Joe Wilson (Pfc. 38671835)
      Recovered 1960-11 at Belgium, 1 mile South of Manhay -- MIA: 1944-Dec-24 -- Died: 1944-Dec-22
      Source: IDPF of Joe Wilson Bailey (48 AIB) -- NOTE: OFFICIAL PLACE AND DATE ARE WRONG - ACTUALLY KIA 22 DEC 44 NORTH OF RODT, BELGIUM
      Specifics: remains recovered from initial location by German graves regristration team and buried either at Lommel, Belgium and then at Ittenbach, Germany or else directly at Ittenbach; recovered by U. S. Graves Registration 17 Nov 1960 from Ittenbach and taken to Frankfurt Mausoleum; final burial Jul 1963 at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery (San Antonio, TX) Section AC Site 122 (also on Ardennes US Military Cemetery Wall of Missing)
      Unit: Anti-Tank Platoon, Company "B", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    406. X-9348 : Risoli, Samuel G.
      Recovered 1961-? at France, Metz/Moselle -- MIA: 1944-Sep-10 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Addabbo (3rd Cav Rcn Sq)
      Specifics: On roster of men declared non-recoverable Nov 1950
      Unit: 11th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division

    407. X-9351 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) D-8-58 on 14 Aug 1962
      Unit: (never identified)

    408. X-9352 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-34-58 on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    409. X-9353 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    410. X-9354 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    411. X-9355 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    412. X-9356 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-35-58 on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    413. X-9357 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-36-58 on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    414. X-9358 : Addabbo, Joseph
      Recovered 1961-? at France, Gravelotte -- MIA: 1944-Sep-05 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Addabbo (3rd Cav Rcn Sq)
      Specifics:
      Unit: Troop "A", 3rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron

    415. X-9359 : Sullivan, John P.
      Recovered 1961-? at France, Gravelotte -- MIA: 1944-Sep-05 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Addabbo (3rd Cav Rcn Sq)
      Specifics: On roster of men declared non-recoverable Nov 1950
      Unit: Troop "A", 3rd Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron

    416. X-9360 : Schue, George E.
      Recovered 1961-? at France, Metz/Moselle -- MIA: 1944-Nov-17 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Joseph Addabbo (3rd Cav Rcn Sq)
      Specifics: On roster of men declared non-recoverable Nov 1950
      Unit: 10th Infantry Regiment, 5th Infantry Division

    417. X-9363 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-37-58 on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    418. X-9364 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    419. X-9365 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    420. X-9366 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    421. X-9370 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    422. X-9370 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) D-14-58 on 24 March 1964
      Unit: (never identified)

    423. X-9372 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-32-58 on 15 September 1964
      Unit: (never identified)

    424. X-9373 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    425. X-9378 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    426. X-9379 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    427. X-9380 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    428. X-9381 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    429. X-9382 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    430. X-9383 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    431. X-9384 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-38-58 (grave with 13 sets of remains) on 8 September 1965
      Unit: (never identified)

    432. X-9386 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    433. X-9401 US Army Mortuary; Frankfurt: Whitley, Robert H., Jr. (Tec 5 14013522)
      Recovered 1970-06 at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-05 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Robert Whitley (A/33 AEB) -- see S&R Case 5111
      Specifics: recovered at Kamphofweg 6; found by P. J. Hendrix; final burial Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery (San Diego, CA) Q-230 buried November 1970
      Unit: Company "A", 33rd Armored Engineer Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    434. X-9407 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) C-1-58 on 28 November 1972
      Unit: (never identified)

    435. X-9408 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) C-2-58 on 28 November 1972
      Unit: (never identified)

    436. X-9410 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) C-3-58 on 6 May 1973
      Unit: (never identified)

    437. X-9423 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) C-5-58 on 28 July 1976
      Unit: (never identified)

    438. X-9424 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) C-6-58 on 28 July 1976
      Unit: (never identified)

    439. X-9425 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) C-7-58 on 28 July 1976
      Unit: (never identified)

    440. X-9435 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    441. X-9436 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    442. X-9437 : Renda, George J. (Pfc. 33161965)
      Recovered 1977 - ? at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-05 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (48 AIB)
      Specifics: Remains recovered 1977; final burial at Penn Lincoln Memorial Park; Rt 30 N. Huntingon, PA
      Click here for his photo.
      Unit: Company "C", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    443. X-9438 : Gonsowski, Aloysius (Pfc. 32253289)
      Recovered 1977 - ? at Netherlands, Overloon -- MIA: 1944-Oct-05 -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of Aloysius Gonsowski (48 AIB)
      Specifics: Remains recovered 1977; final burial at Ardennes USMC (Neupré-en-Condroz, Belgium) C-11-58
      Unit: Company "C", 48th Armored Infantry Battalion, 7th Armored Division

    444. X-9441 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) C-12-58 on 13 September 1978
      Unit: (never identified)

    445. X-9442 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) C-13-58 on 13 September 1978
      Unit: (never identified)

    446. X-9443 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) B-7-6 on 8 November 1978 [NOTE: B-7-6 had been the grave of T/5 Thurston Hollar, whose son had received the (very difficult to obtain) approval to have repatriated.]
      Unit: (never identified)

    447. X-9450 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) B-31-59 on 17 April 1980
      Unit: (never identified)

    448. X-9454 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    449. X-9467 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    450. X-9796 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    451. X-10162 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    452. X-10227 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    453. X-10459 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    454. X-10460 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    455. X-10483 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    456. X-10490 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    457. X-10522 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    458. X-10533 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    459. X-10540 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    460. X-11637 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    461. X-11702 "Holland Cases": (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)
      Recovered at Netherlands, -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: IDPF of George Renda (C/48 AIB)
      Specifics: HQ 7887 Graves Registration Detachment - 30 Aug 1950 Narrative of Investigation with recommdation of finding of unrecoverable for 46 men, referencing 38 "Holland Cases" by number
      Unit: (unknown as of 30 Aug 1950)

    462. X-70103 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) A-31-58 on 15 September 1964
      Unit: (never identified)

    463. X-70121 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) D-12-58 on 30 July 1963
      Unit: (never identified)

    464. X-70135 Neuville: (never identified)
      Recovered at , -- MIA: -- Died:
      Source: Ferdinand M. Dessente "Les Cimetières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz": pp. 127-128 (burials of American soldiers after the consecration of the Cemetery & Memorial)
      Specifics: final burial at Neuville-en-Condroz, Belgium (Ardennes USMC) B-33-59 on 16 October 1984
      Unit: (never identified)


    Grave Registration Information
    Books
    • Dessente, Ferdinand M. "Les Cimitières militaires de Neuville-en-Condroz", A & Ω: Belgium, 1997
    • Shomon, Lt. Col. Joseph James. "Crosses in the Wind", 2nd editon, Keulers, Geleen: Netherlands, 1991 (first edition published 1947 by Stratford House, New York)
    • Sledge, Michael. "Soldier Dead: How We Recover, Identify, Bury, & Honor our Military Fallen", Columbia University Press: New York, 2005
    • Warnock, Bill. "The Dead of Winter: How Battlefield Investigators, WWII Veterans, and Forensic Scientists Solved the Mystery of the Bulge's Lost Soldiers", Chamberlain Brothers: 2005

    Online Resources

    • Ronald Croft Memoir recovery of remains in Europe, 1945-1947, by a U.S. Graves Registraton Service Officer
    • WWII Army News Reel M. F. 10-7942 Processing of Remains and Interment in Temporary Military Cemeteries (8 minutes, with Dutch subtitles)
    • Mortuary Affairs Operations in Europe article by David B. Roath in Winter 2002 issue of Quartermaster Professional Bulletin -- covers the period 1947-2002 and thus the period when many WWII remains were being found and identified and returned home
    • Final Disposition of World War II Dead 1945-51 (U.S. Army, Quartermaster Corps, QMC Historical Studies, Series II, No. 4) by Edward Steere & Thayer M. Boardman (Washington, D.C.: Historical Branch Office of the Quartermaster General, 1957)
      This 700-page book was scanned into 5 PDF files by W. Douglas Drumheller and put onto a CD which he invited others to copy. The PDF files were first posted on the Internet on The Bent Prop Project, which focuses on recovery of missing WWII air crash dead. Click on the following links to download the component PDF files (may take a while to open, even on broadband; so be patient). Note that these PDF files are text-searchable.
    • The Graves Registration Service in World War II (may take a while to open, even on broadband; so be patient) (Q.M.C. Historical Studies No. 21) by Edward Steere (Washington, D.C.: Historical Section, Office of the Quartermaster General: U.S.G.P.O. 1951) - PDF file of the entire book, scanned by W. Douglas Drumheller, first posted on the Internet on The Bent Prop Project, which focuses on recovery of missing WWII air crash dead. Note that this PDF file is text-searchable.
    • U. S. Army Disposition of the Dead, WWII: A Working Bibilography compiled by the Military History Institute in 1988

    British Records
    Many American remains, especially in the Netherlands, were first found and documented by the British. Sometimes these records appear in the Individual Deceased Personnel Files of the Americans, but most of the time, the IDPFs contain only the American records. Thus it is very important to find the British records that document American remains and also assign a T-number to unidentified remains. The British Army's Directorate of Graves Registration and Enquiries was establised in World War I and is the counterpart of the U. S. Graves Registration Service. Thus far, I have not researched their records, but the following web sites appear to have information that will be useful for such a search.


    Temporary Cemeteries in the European Theater of Operations

    Source: "The Graves Registration Service in World War II"
    (Q.M.C. Historical Studies No. 21) by Edward Steere

    Note that the map does not correspond exactly with the list below.
    Click on image to view full sized.

    An asterisk (*) indicates those cemeteries that later became permanent, although these were completely redesigned cemteries, which required the complete disinterrment of all remains in the temporary cemetery.

    The number in square brackets is the Army-assigned code for the cemetery. Click here for a document listing all codes (thanks to Ted Darcy).

    • Belgium
      • Fosse [1220]: ...
      • Foy [1225]: ...
      • Henri-Chapelle [1240] [* Henri-Chapelle 1201]
      • Neuville-en-Condroz [1260] [* Ardennes 1202]:
        • Click here to see a PDF file of the (apparently 1947) grave plot of Sections C, E and Y of the temporary American cemetery at Neuville. [thanks to Barbara Geisler]
    • England
      • Brookwood [1605]: ...
      • Cambridge [1615] [* Cambridge 1601]: ...
    • France
      • Andilly [3504 - but code 3504 later reassigned to Brittany - see note]: ...
        • Andilly was originally assigned code 3504. However, when the permanent cemeteries in France were created, they were assigned numbers 3501 to 3505. So since Andilly had been closed in the creation of the permanent cemeteries (all Andilly remains were moved to St. Avold), Andilly's code 3504 was reassigned to Brittany, and Andilly ceased to have a code after that reassignment. I have not found the memorandum that made this change, so that I do not know the exact date. However, QM Manual QMC 16, dated 3 Aug 1947 (or else QMC 16-3, dated Aug 1947), as transcribed in a document posted at http://www.skynet.ie/~dan/war/cemeterycodes.pdf does mean that the change had been made by August 1947. (The IDPF of Edward T. Ziencina (PDF p 14) has a 24 Sep 1948 letter to his brother from the Memorial Division that states "... the cemetery at Andilly, France, being temporary, was closed to visitors 18 June 1948.")
      • Blosville [3508]: ...
      • Champigneul [3515]: ...
      • Draguignan [3519] [* Rhone 3501]: ...
      • Epinal [3523] [* Epinal 3502]: ...
      • Gorron [3527]:
        • "There were 749 known and 6 unknowns in it. Presently in Brittany Cemetery. Looked like alot of 3rd AD in there. Majority of it's usage time was June-Aug 1944. Very few after that time frame." [thanks to Ted Darcy for this information]
        • Gorron, France Temporary US Military Cemetery - all burials - spreadsheet (356K) [Thanks to Jed Henry, 3AD grandson, who obtained the cemetery plat maps and to Alexis Boban, of Laval, France, who made the spreadsheet]
      • Grand Failly [3530]: ...
      • Hochfelden [3534]: ...
      • Le Cambe [3539]: ...
      • Le Chene Guerin [3543]: ...
      • Limey [3547]: ...
      • Luynes [3551]: ...
      • Marigny [3555]: ...
      • St. Andre [3572]: ...
      • St. Avold [3574] [* Lorraine 3503]: ...
      • St. Corneille [3576]: ...
      • St. James [3578] [* Brittany 3504 - see not under Andilly above]: ...
      • St. Laurent [3582] [* 3505]: ...
      • St. Juan [3580]: ...
      • Ste. Mere Eglise No. 1 [3584]: ...
      • Ste. Mere Eglise No. 2 [3586]: ...
      • Solers [3568]: ...
      • Varois [3590]: ...
      • Villeneuve-sur-Auvers [3594]: ...
    • Germany
      • Bensheim
        • Established March or April 1945 by First Army; 2,722 American graves by V-E Day; 8 Jun 1945 the Chief Quartermaster reported that he received instructions from General Eisenhower to remove United States dead from German soil (source: Vol VII GRAVES REGISTRATION, Quartermaster Supply in the European Theater of Operations in World War II)
      • Breuna
        • Established March or April 1945 by First Army; 1,520 American graves by V-E Day; 8 Jun 1945 the Chief Quartermaster reported that he received instructions from General Eisenhower to remove United States dead from German soil (source: Vol VII GRAVES REGISTRATION, Quartermaster Supply in the European Theater of Operations in World War II)
      • Ittenbach
        • Established March or April 1945 by First Army; 1,562 American graves by V-E Day; 8 Jun 1945 the Chief Quartermaster reported that he received instructions from General Eisenhower to remove United States dead from German soil (source: Vol VII GRAVES REGISTRATION, Quartermaster Supply in the European Theater of Operations in World War II)
    • Ireland
      • Lisnabreeny [1640]: ...
    • Luxembourg
      • Hamm [6020] [* Hamm 6001]: ...
    • Netherlands
      • Margraten [4650] [* Netherlands 4601]: ...
      • Molenhoek [4655]: ...
      • Son [4690]
        • Some American records (including the map above) mis-spell the name of the town as Zon, since the Dutch pronunciation of the S sounds like a Z to American ears.
        • Click here for an interesting then-and-now website about the cemetery.
    • Switzerland
      • Munsingen [9150]: ...

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