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MIA List

BROWN, Edwin C

Still Missing After 57 Years . . . Can You Help Find Them?

Listed by name, rank, state, company/battery, and date missing.

324th Engineer Combat Battalion

Edwin C. BROWN, M/Sgt, California, H&S, 17 Dec 44.

370th Field Artillery Battalion

Francis A. BRENNAN, Pvt, Pennsylvania, C, 17 Dec 44

393rd Infantry Regiment

CLARK, Leland W. — Pvt, Pennsylvania, D, 18 Dec 44

LINDHOLM, John M. — Sgt, Arizona, M, 17 Dec 44

NICKEL, Charles B. — Pfc, New Jersey, B, 14 Jan 45*

SCHUERGER, Andrew — Pfc, Ohio, G, 19 Dec 44

SHARBAUGH, Leonard G. — Pfc, Pennsylvania, 3 HQ, 21 Dec 44

SHARPE, Odell — Pvt, Georgia, H, 25 Dec 44

SLAYTON, Johnnie B. — Pfc, Kentucky, G, 19 Dec 44

TOLLE, James R. — Pfc, Kentucky, 1 HQ, 17 Dec 44

VAUGHN, Charles W. — Pvt, Ohio, 3 HQ, 21 Dec 44

WALLIS, Charles G., Jr. — Pfc, Florida, C, 17 Dec 44

WINCE, Manuel B. — Sgt, West Virginia, L, 17 Dec 44

394th Infantry Regiment

BROWN, Earnest E. — Pvt, Virginia, B, 15 Jan 45

CARMICHAEL, Herbert N. — T/3, California, Med, 10 Mar 45**

COOPER, William D. — Pfc, Colorado, E, 03 Jan 45

DECHON, Harold E. — Pvt, California, B, 23 Jan 45

HARBAUGH, Lloyd E. — Pfc, Pennsylvania, C, 16 Dec 44

MORGAN, Floyd B. — T/5, Illinois, Med, 31 Mar 45**

PUCKETT, John T. — Sgt, Kansas, B, 15 Jan 45

SMITH, Wilmer A. — T/5, Ohio, Med, 17 Dec 44

SNYDER, Ervin C. — Pvt, Kansas, L, 15 Jan 45

WALLACE, Floyd L. — Pfc, Ohio, I, 21 Dec 44

395th Infantry Regiment

PAUS, Ormond W., Jr. — Pfc, Montana, C, 11 Jan 45

WILLIAMS, Raymond F. — Pvt, Michigan, C, 11 Jan 45

* Nickel died of diphtheria while a prisoner at Stalag IVB, Mühlberg.

** Carmichael and Morgan were captured on 18 Dec 44 and died in German captivity.

     If you have knowledge of what happened to these men, please contact Bill Warnock. With a few facts about how and where they disappeared, a search could be started. Do not think what you remember is unimportant. A little bit from you matched to a small piece from someone else might complete the puzzle. The remains of seven 99th Division soldiers have thus far been located as a result of eyewitness testimony from 99th vets. (Bill Warnock, 26101 Country Club Blvd. #1105, North Olmsted, Ohio, 44070 or wcwarnock@earthlink.net)

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