State Summary of War Casualties
from World War II for
Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Personnel
from Kansas, 1946

Record Group 80:
General Records of the Department of the Navy
1804 - 1983

KILLED IN ACTION, DIED OF WOUNDS, OR LOST LIVES
AS RESULT OF OPERATIONAL MOVEMENTS IN WAR ZONES

Allman, Clifford Lee
Boatswain's Mate 2c USNR
Mother: Mrs. Emma Allman
LaCygne


Ashley, Glenn Edwin
Seaman 1c USNR
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Ashley
Rt 2, Pleasanton


Brown, Walter Scott
Aviation Machinist's Mate 2c USN
Father: Mr. Dayton R. Brown
Pleasanton

Dunsworth, Buford Garold
Pfc. USMCR
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. John W. Dunsworth
Gen. Del., Mound City


Peterman, Carl W. Jr.
Lieutenant (jg) USNR
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Peterman Sr.
Centerville


Reves, Elbert Leister
Radioman 3c USN
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clyde Reves
Pleasanton

Smith, Charles Willard
Fireman 1c Usnr
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Isaac Smith
RFD 2, Parker


Terry, Vernon L.F.
Pvt. USMCR
Father: Mr. Sam C. Terry
RR1, LaCygne

 




WOUNDED IN ACTION OR DURING OPERATIONAL WAR MISSIONS

Dean, Lewis P.
Pfc USMCR
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Grover A. Dean
Rt. 1, Blue Mound

Miller, Walter Ray
Pharmacist's Mate 3c USNR
Father: Glenn Eugene Miller
LaCygne

 

PRISONER OF WAR RECORD
RELEASED FROM PRISON CAMPS

Odneal, Harley Miles
Pharmacist's Mate 2c USN
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Odneal
Pleasanton

Steele, Raymond Chester
Technical Sgt. USMC
Father: Mr. Oliver O. Steele
Gen. Del., Pleasanton

 

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