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X-21867 Buried Unknown

The following information pertains to an unknown serviceman whose remains have been located and interred at a American Battle Monuments Cemetery or National Cemetery.

File: X-21867
Burial Location: Sicily-Rome
Plot: I
Row: 1
Grave: 70

Location: 14.61589 Lon. 37.80955 Lat.
Mt Soprano, Italy
vic Caronia, Sicily
At Sea Loss: No
Source: X-file

Approx Date(s) Death: 09/10/1943 - 09/11/1943
Remains: crushed mostly complete, last name btb Williams, from grave marker in first burial, healed frac left femur
Dental Chart Available: No
Estimated Height: 5'11"
Branch of Service:

Location Mgrs: c542127

AGRS Unit: 46th QM GR Co
1st burial Caronia, P-40 Crash

Burial: Mt. Soprano
Row/Plot Grave: TCD-2-575

Units in Area:

Recovery Location:

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