General Orders of the 7th Armored Division 1944 August-October 1944 (go #34-70)




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(GO 61, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 10 Oct 44, Cont'd)
FIRST LIEUTENANT CLARENCE E. SCHWARTZ (Army Serial Number 0448306), Field Artillery, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Sillegny Area, France. Entered the military service from Connecticut.
FIRST LIEUTENANT JAMES H. WHITCOMB, JR. (Army Serial Number 01322868), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 11 September 1944, in the Pierreville Area, France. Entered the military service from Massachusetts.
Technical Sergeant (then Technician Fourth Grade) Glenn W. Delp (Army Serial Number 33149076), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 11 September 1944, in the Pierreville Area, France. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Technical Sergeant Oscar Sarpen (Army Serial Number 32252931), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 31 August 1944, in the Verdun Area, France. Entered the military service from New York.
Technical Sergeant Carl L. Smith (Army Serial Number 6921686), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 21 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from South Carolina.
Staff Sergeant (then Corporal) Michael Duby (Army Serial Number 13056239), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Staff Sergeant Bernard E. Picard (Army Serial Number 11011667), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Rhode Island.
Staff Sergeant James M. Pressler (Army Serial Number 33148537), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Staff Sergeant (then Private) William Weber (Army Serial Number 13054533), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Staff Sergeant (then Sergeant) Jerome Kounitz (Army Serial Number 32082933), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 18 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from New York.
Technician Fourth Grade Pat H. Peterman (Army Serial Number 34138794), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 11 September 1944, in the Hagondange Area, France. Entered the military service from Mississippi.
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(GO 61, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 10 Oct 44, Cont'd)
Corporal (then Private First Class) Lucian Harlow (Army Serial Number 34279278), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Mississippi.
Corporal John Uhal (Army Serial Number 32249821), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 21 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Technician Fifth Grade Henry C. Robinson (Army Serial Number 14080034), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Sillegny Area, France. Entered the military service from Mississippi.
Technician Fifth Grade Abraham Melnick (Army Serial Number 32214366), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from New York.
Private First Class Wade H. Brinegar (Army Serial Number 34254568), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 18 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from North Carolina.
Private First Class Carlton Roberson (Army Serial Number 34263059), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Georgia.
Private, First Class Robert W. Parrnitko (Army Serial Number 36706441), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 18 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Private First Class Morris Katz (Army Serial Number 33157717), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result or enemy action on 17 September 1944, in the Sillegny Area, France. Entered the mi1itary service from Pennsylvania.
Private First Class John W. Kalinoski (Army Serial Number 31064331), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 20 September 1944, in the Sillegny Area, France. Entered the military service from Connecticut.
Private First Class Francis A. Lazarus (Army Serial Number 34138570), Cavalry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on l8 September 1944, in the Gravelotte Area, France. Entered the military service from Mississippi.
Private First Class Carl A. Paoletto (Army Serial Number 33169722), Medical Department, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 1 October 1944, in the St. Antonis Area, Holland. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
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(GO 61, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 10 Oct 44, Cont'd)
Private Harley Browning (Army Serial Number 34808050), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 11 September 1944, in the Pierreville Area, France. Entered the military service from Alabama.
Private Willie M. Garnett (Army Serial Number 34263614), Medical Department, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 1 October 1944, in the St. Antonis Area, Holland. Entered the military service from Georgia.6
Private Roger L. Grooms (Army Serial Number 34192258), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 22 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Tennessee.
Private Fred Kohn (Army Serial Number 32249200), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 21 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from New York.
Private Marvin C. Leipsig (Army Serial Number 32993146), Medical Department, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 1 October 1944, in the St. Antonis Area, Holland. Entered the military service from New York.
Private Earl M. Miller, Jr. (Army Serial Number 35694527), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Kentucky.
Private Carlos B. Misquez (Army Serial Number 39840339), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from California.
Private Harrison W. Morgan (Army Serial Number 31350510), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Massachusetts.
Private Zigmund Osuch (Army Serial Number 36706513), Medical Department, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 21 August 1944 in the Ponthierry Area, France. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Private Charles E. Ray (Army Serial Number 14098288), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Georgia.
Private Cecil Salters (Army Serial Number 34273163), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 19 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Alabama.
Private Robert P. Staples (Army Serial Number 31351933), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 20 September 1944, in the Sillegny Area, France. Entered the military service from Maine.
Private Worlen T. Stewart (Army Serial Number 34230629), Infantry, United States Army, for wounds received as a result of enemy action on 21 September 1944, in the Sillegny Area, France. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
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(GO 61, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 10 Oct 44, Cont'd)
Private Ralph M. Tomlinson (Army Serial Number 38184753), Infantry, United Statrs Army, for wounds received as e result of enemy action on 20 September 1944, in the Lorry Area, France. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
By command of MAJOR General SILVESTER:
A. J. ADAMS

Colonel, G.S.C.

Chief of Staff

OFFICIAL:

(signed)

FRANCIS E. CARR

MAJOR, A.G.D.

Adjutant General


DISTRIBUTION "A" (Plus)

1 - CG 12th Army Group APO 655 (Attn: G-1)

2 - CG ETOUSA APO 887

3 - TAG (Attn: Awards and Decortaions Branch,

AG Military Personnel)

2 - CG First U S Army, APO 230

73 - 1 to each O and EM concerned

1 - Officers' Section

1 - Classification Section

2 - Miscellaneous Section


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R E S T R I C T E D
HEADQUARTERS 7TH ARMORED DIVISION

APO 257, U. S. ARMY /ejb


11 October 1944

GENERAL ORDERS)

: I. AWARD OF SILVER STAR

NUMBER......62) II. AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (SILVER STAR)

III. POSTHUMOUS AWARDS OF SILVER STAR

IV. AWARDS OF SILVER STAR (MISSING IN ACTION)

V. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

VI. AWARDS OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (BRONZE STAR MEDAL)

VII. POSTHUMOUS AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL

VIII. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL (MISSING IN ACTION)

IX. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART

X. AWARDS OF PURPLE HEART (MISSING IN ACTION)



XI. RESCISSION
I. AWARD OF SILVER STAR: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Circular No. 66, Headquarters First United States Army, 18 May 1944, as amended, the Silver Star is awarded to:
FIRST LIEUTENANT MORTON S. BRYER (Army Serial Number 0469386), Medical Corps, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 8 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
II. AWARD OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (SILVER STAR): By direction of the President, and undur the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Circular No. 66, Headquarters, First United States Army, 18 May 1944, as amended, in addition to the Silver Star previously awarded, a Bronze Oak-Leaf Cluster is awarded to:
FIRST LIEUTENANT GEORGE J. RACINE (Army Serial Number 01013889), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 15 August 1944. Entered the military service from Connecticut.
III. POSTHUMOUS AWARDS OF SILVER STAR: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Circular No. 66, Headquarters, First United States Army, 18 May 1944, as amended, the Silver Star is posthumously awarded to:
LIEUTENANT COLONEL WILLIAM W. ROSEBRO, JR. (Army Serial Number 0337361), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 19 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
MAJOR CURTICE H. RANKIN (Army Serial Number 0292919), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 19 September 1944. Entered the military service from Arkansas.
Staff Sergeant Bruce N. Kimball (Army Serial Number 32227532), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 17 August 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
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R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 62, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 11 Oct 44, Cont'd)
IV. AWARDS OF SILVER STAR (MISSING IN ACTION): By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Circular No. 66, Headquarters, First United States Army, 18 May 1944, as amended, the Silver Star is awarded to the following named officer and enlisted men, (Missing in Action):
MAJOR THOMAS H. WELLS (Army Serial Number 0392480), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 19 September 1944. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
Private First Class John A. Marchand (Army Serial Number 38498200), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 8 September 1944. Entered the military service from Louisiana.
Private Elmer E. Thomas (Army Serial Number 33707299), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by gallantry in action in France, on 11 September 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
V. AWARDS OF BRONZE STAR MEDAL: By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Circular No. 66, Headquarters, First United States Army, 18 May 1944, as amended, the Bronze Star Medal is awarded to:
FIRST LIEUTENANT HENRY S. LOUGEE (Army Serial Number 01012608), Corps of Military Police, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France from 7 August 1944 to 19 September 1944. Entered the military service from North Carolina.
FIRST LIEUTENANT NORMAN C. SCHROTTKY (Army Serial Number 01013868), Infantry, United StatesArmy, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France from 11 August 1944 to 22 September 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
FIRST LIEUTENANT AARON SOSNOW (Army Serial Number 01013643), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operatinns against an enemy of the United States in France, on 13 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Technichal Sergeant Elvin H. Saxberg (Army Serial Number 37032878), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 22 September 1944. Entered the military service from Minnesota.
Staff Sergeant Michael J. Bell (Army Serial Number 32249395), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 20 September 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Staff Sergeant Alfred J. Chown (Army Serial Number 36118554), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 20 September 1944. Entered the military service from Michigan.
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R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 62, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 11 Oct 44, Cont'd)
Staff Sergeant William L. Crowe (Army Serial Number 34273288), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, from 17 September 1944 to 20 September 1944. Entered the military service from Alabama.
Staff Sergeant Thomas B. Norton (Army Serial Number 12076831), Medical Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 21 September 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Staff Sergeant Woodford C. Peacock (Army Serial Number 35475060), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 20 September 1944. Entered the military service from Kentucky.
Staff Sergeant Melvin R. Tuetken (Army Serial Number 16072045), Ordnance Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, from 12 August 1944 to 22 September 1944. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Sergeant (then Corporal) Franklin Newkirk (Army Serial Number 34253260), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 28 August 1944. Entered the military service from North Carolina.
Sergeant Albert J. Oser (Army Serial Number 36078189), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 15 August 1944. Entered the military service from Illinois.
Sergeant Leo J. Walter (Army Serial Number 36212773), Field Artilley, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 16 September 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
Technician Fourth Grade Oliver C. Davis (Army Serial Number 34254845), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 18 September 1944. Entered the military service from North Carolina.
Technician Fourth Grade (then TechnicianFifth Grade) John Kotynkiewicz (Army Serial Number 33152899), Cavalry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 28 August 1944. Entered the military service from Pennsylvania.
Technician Fifth Grade (then Private First Class) Loy W. Hartman (Army Serial Number 35380396), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, an 20 September 1944. Entered the military service from West Virginia.
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R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 62, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 11 Oct 44, Cont'd)
Technician Fifth Grade Leo M. Jacobs (Army Serial Number 32257214), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 16 September 1944. Entered the military service from New Jersey.
Technician Fifth Grade Cecil E. Lewis (Army Serial Number 38152263), Field Artillery, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 20 September 1944. Entered the military service from Oklahoma.
Private First Class Jason E. Jeffords (Army Serial Number 12025355), Medical Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 21 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Private First Class Woodrow W. Wheelock (Army Serial Number 36247755), Ordnance Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, from 12 August 1944 to 22 September 1944. Entered the military service from Wisconsin.
Private First Class William H. Zupke (Army Serial Number 37321897), Cavlary, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic achievement in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 28 August 1944. Entered the military service from Minnesota.
Private Leslie C. Marlen (Army Serial Number 17046977), Ordnance Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, from 12 August 1944 to 22 September 1944. Entered the military service from Missouri.
Private Robert S. Niebling (Army Serial Number 32213529), Medical Department, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on 7 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
Private Anthony T. Santora (Army Serial Number 32227283), Ordnance Depratment, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by meritorious service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, from 12 August 1944 to 22 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
VI. AWARDS OF OAK-LEAF CLUSTER (BRONZE STAR MEDAL): By direction of the President, and under the provisions of AR 600-45, as amended, and Circular No. 66, Headquarters First United States Army, 18 MAY 1944, as amended, in addition to the Bronze Star Medal previously awarded, a Bronze Oahl-Leaf Cluster is awarded to:
MAJOR FRANK C. LAUER (Army Serial Number 0406842), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, from 15 September 1944 to 19 September 1944. Entered the military service from New York.
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R E S T R I C T E D
(GO 62, Hq 7th Armd Div, APO 257, U S Army, 11 Oct 44, Cont'd)
Staff Sergeant Lloyd W. Hammond (Army Serial Number 37010674), Infantry, United States Army, for distinguishing himself by heroic service in connection with military operations against an enemy of the United States in France, on l8 September 1944. Entered the military service from Kansas.
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