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Grave marker for Maurice G. Caza in the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery, Boscawen (Merrimack county), New Hamshire.

Maurice registered for the draft in Manchester, NH on 16 October 1943 and was inducted into the Army shortly thereafter..

During WWII, Maurice served with the U.S. Army, 84th Infantry Division, Initially nicknamed the Lincoln Division in honor of Abraham Lincoln and later as the Railsplittersthe division fought in France, Holland, Belgium, and was in central Germany in May 1945   Pfc Caza re-enlisted in the Army on 25 October 1945 and served with the 508th ARCT during the 'Korean Conflict.

He married Theresa Germaine Halle in Manchester, NH on 28 December 1946.  He retired from the Army with the grade of Sergeant First Class.

Theresa lies by his side in the Veterans cemetery.


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