William McCarthy

William McCarthy

Male 1911 - 1993  (81 years)

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  1. 1.  William McCarthyWilliam McCarthy was born on 11 Nov 1911 in Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA; died on 5 Jun 1993 in Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA; was buried on 9 Jun 1993 in Magnolia, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1920, Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
    • Census: 1930, Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
    • Military Service: 17 Mar 1942, Fort Devens, , Massachusetts, USA; Basic Training
    • Military Service: From May 1942 to Sep 1942, Fort Knox, Kentucky, USA; Tank Main School and OCS at Fort Knox, Kentucky
    • Military Service: From Oct 1942 to Nov 1944, Camp Campbell, Kentucky, USA; World War II, he joined the 12 HQ Co, Division Trains at Camp Campbell and became Co Commander in 1943
    • Military Service: From 2 Oct 1944 to 16 Nov 1944, Tidworth Barracks, Witshire, England; World War II, Company Commander of 12th HQ Co, Division Trains for 12th Armored Division
    • Military Service: From 17 Nov 1944 to 17 Mar 1945, Southern France Campaign; World War II, Company Commander of 12th HQ Co, Division Trains for 12th Armored Division
    • Military Service: From 18 Mar 1945 to 5 May 1945, Rhineland Campaign; World War II, Company Commander of 12th HQ Co, Division Trains for 12th Armored Division

    Notes:

    !VETERAN: Bill was a World War II veteran serving as company commander of the 12th Armored Division Supply trains. See http://www.12tharmoredmuseum.org/ for a virtual museum on the 12th Armored Division. He is entitle to the Bronze Star, the Army Good Conduct Medal (Bill was enlisted and then went through OCS), the American Campaign Medal, the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with two battle stars, the World War II Victory Medal, and the Army of Occupation Medal with Germany clasp, He is also received the French WWII Commemorative Medal and la Médaille Commémorative "Rhin et Danube"

    !SSDI: shows birth as 12 Nov 1911 and death as 5 Jun 1993 and Death Residence as Magnolia, Essex, Massachusetts 01930

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Generation: 2

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