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HQ HQ COMPANY- CAMP MACKALL 1943 (unless otherwise noted)
Pfc Frederick H. Hall married Doris Abbot
in January, 1945 at Christ Church, Cinderhill, about 3 miles north of Wollaton Park.
  Frederick was a replacement for a 508th man lost in a practice jump, perhaps Thomas P. McGinley who died on 19 April 1944 when his chute malfunctioned. Fred was on furlough to return to England for his wedding when the Bulge call-out came and he missed that campaign although he fought in France and Holland.
Official Record Index
of marriages performed in England and Wales for 1st quarter 1945 include Fred and Doris (see line with arrow).
   Fred went to work in the Cinderhill (Babbington No. 6) Colliery and over the years developed a very British accent belying his nickname of "Yank".
2/Lt Donald W. Hardwick 2/Lt Donald W. Hardwick Pfc Levy A. Havard 1/Lt Eugene C. Hetland Lt Mayo S. Heath
an enlisted man during WWII, he was later commissioned and then KIA in Korea
Pvt Albert B. Hillman
Pfc Oren M. Hobren


Pvt Milton C. Hodges


Pvt Johnny B. Hood



Presentation of the Legion of Merit to Prime Minister of Nepal in recognition of Gurkha soldiers in the British Army during WWII.
   Lt Col Nathaniel R. Hoskot [left] and George Merrell, American Charge d'Affaires at New Delhi [center] were amongst those present.
(taken outside Singha Durbar, November, 1945)
Nathaniel R. Hoskot
(1933 college yearbook photo) was a Major when he was attached to the 508th in June 1943
Pfc Jettie House
KIA 7 Jun 1944

Sgt Howard
prepares a charge at the ammo dump 1945-46
(courtesy Darrell Apple)

T/5 Ernest S. Hubbard Jr.



Pvt Harry A. Hudec





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