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WWII Veterans

The database of WWII Veterans in Northern Aroostook was extracted from multiple information sources, including the 2006-2007 Paper Talks St John Valley Edition, articles from the Bangor Daily News (BDN) in 1943-1945, and the National Archives which provided the U.S. Army World War II Enlistment records and casualty listings.

The St John Community center had a framed copy of the BDN article on the men who served from their town. Mom and Aunt Rella had a copy of the BDN page on veterans from Eagle Lake and Winterville. The Lozier-O'Grady VFW Post in Fort Kent also allowed me to take pictures of the news clippings they had of men who served from Fort Kent, Maine. The Acadian Archives at the University of Maine in Fort Kent also allowed me to take pictures of the BDN article listing the men from Fort Kent.

A special thanks to John Bouchard, at the Lozier-O'Grady VFW Post, and to Anne Chamberland at the Acadian Archives at the University of Maine at Fort Kent for their help.

You can search the Northern Maine World War II veterans database using any of the form fields below, either as single fields or in combination with other fields. In order to use this form most effectively, please be sure to read the introduction to the database search.
Note that if you have additional information, please contact me using the link at the bottom of the page.

Service man Information

   Last Name
   First Name
   Serial No
   Birth Town
   Birth State
   Birth Date
   Residence

Military Service Information

   Enlisted
   
   Date Entered
   Overseas Service
   Theater
   Wounded in Action:
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