August 6, 1944 - Wallace E. Reed

August 13, 1945 - Stanley S. Hand

August 17, 1943 - Allen T. Duke, Jr.

August 17, 1918 - Stuart Emmet Edgar

August 18 , 1918 - Stephen Higginson Dorr Jr.

August 21, 1945 - Robert R. Cary, MIA March 19, 1944

August 31, 1944 - James P. Murren Jr.

Late August 1943 - Charles A. Braun


Sgt. J. Eckson Pierce

(Aug. 25, 1944) - 1st Sgt. J. Eckson Pierce, formerly of Park Avenue, was reported killed in action in Northern France on July 30, 1944.

Pierce is buried at the Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer, France, Plot E, Row 23, Grave 24.


Sgt. Wilbur Westfall

Sgt. Wilbur E. Westfall, U.S. Army serial No. 32064875, served in the 13th Infantry Regiment, 8th Infantry Division.

He entered the service from New Jersey, and died on July 20, 1944.

Westfall is buried at Plot B, Row 7, Grave 25, Normandy American Cemetery, St. Laurent-sur_Mer, Colleville-sur-Mer, France.

He was awarded the Air Medal and Purple Heart.


1st Lt. Lothrop F. Ellis

(July 20, 1945) - First Lt. Lothrop F. Ellis, 25, of the Army Air Force, formerly of Mountainview avenue, was killed in a plane crash Tuesday, July 17, three miles from the B-29 Bomber Base at Salina, Kan., where he was radar maintenance officer.

A veteran of 55 missions in the European and Mediterranean theatres, Lt. Ellis, who was with the 15th AAF as a pilot of a P-38 fighter plane, had been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with eleven Oak Leaf Clusters.

Lt. Ellis was graduated from Nutley High school and afterward attended Perkiomen school in Pennsylvania. He attended Georgia Tech and enlisted while a student there.


Cpl. Paul Martino

Corporal Paul Salvatore Martino was killed in action on July 15, 1918.

The son of Nicholas Martino of Hancox Ave., had been reported missing in action about six weeks before the War Department confirmed his death.

Young Martino was a corporal in Company F, 38th Infantry. He was 19 years old and worked in the Sonneborn Oil Works at the time he enlisted. Before that he attended the local public schools.

Martino, 20, had reached the rank of corporal. He trained at Fort Dix and Syracuse, N.Y., before going to France last March. Another brother, Joseph, also is in France.

Besides his brother in service, he is survived by his father, step-mother, half-sister and two half-brothers.


Warren P. Marks

(September 3, 1943) -- Midshipman Warren Prime Marks, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Marks of St. Mary's Place, has been killed in action somewhere in the Mediterranean.
Engine cadet Marks and 11 others were killed aboard the Liberty ship Timothy Pickering on July 13, according to the U.S. Merchant Marines.

The vessel was bombed and sunk by aircraft while anchored at Avola, Sicily.

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1st Lt. John Gervan

(July 13, 1945) - Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. John Gervan of Myrtle avenue, that their son, 1st Lt. John Gervan, 27, reported missing last July 4, has been officially declared dead.

Lt. Gervan was piloting a P-51 Mustang with the 381st Fighter Squadron, 363rd Fighter group over St. Lo (France) when he was lost.



July 3, 1944 - Walter Mihalchuk

July 4, 1944 - John Gervan

July 11, 1943 - Percy Shuart

July 12, 1942 - Joseph T. Kirwelewicz

July 12, 1951 - Richard Miller

July 13, 1943 - Warren P. Marks

July 14, 1944 - Charles O'Neill

July 15, 1918 - Paul Martino

July 17, 1945 - Lothrop F. Ellis

July 20, 1944 - Wilbur Westfall

July 23, 1958 - Charles A. Marsh

July 25, 1918 - John Carver Adams

July 30, 1944 - J. E. Pierce