The following information pertains to an unknown serviceman whose remains have been located and interred at a American Battle Monuments Cemetery or National Cemetery.
Burial Location: Ardennes
Location: 6.39274 Lon. 50.66188 Lat.
Mestringamuller (Location should be Schmidt), Germany
Sterinamuller, Germany (Location should be Schmidt)
At Sea Loss: No
Source: X-File pg 12/53
Approx Date(s) Death: -
Remains: L Femur, pelvic Girdle, L Fibula R Tibia & Fibula, L Radious and Ulna
Dental Chart Available: No
Estimated Height: 5' 10”
Branch of Service: Unknown
Location Mgrs: WF-0530
Catholic Prayer book and photographs found with remains
Row/Plot Grave: F-12-290
Units in Area: 118th Inf Regt., 109th Inf Regt. ASSESSMENT: Most likely 112/28ID scattered during German attack on 4NOV44. Also on sketch
PVT Isaac Privette, Coradon Lynde, Frank Sammons, Edwward A Wysocki
The recovery location is at the center of this map.
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We are looking for ....Photos, Morning Reports, After Action Reports and other documents including those of units that may have been near the coordinates LON: 6.39274, LAT: 50.66188 on the approximated dates of death - . Some unit information related to the recover location may encompass: 118th Inf Regt., 109th Inf Regt. ASSESSMENT: Most likely 112/28ID scattered during German attack on 4NOV44. Also on sketch PVT Isaac Privette, Coradon Lynde, Frank Sammons, Edwward A Wysocki.
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