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Re: Pfc James J Baylis, Ist Armored Div.
Posted by: MICHAEL HIGGINS (ID *****1829) Date: June 29, 2011 at 21:32:20
In Reply to: Pfc James J Baylis, Ist Armored Div. by Kibtzz of 22576

U.S. Rosters of World War II Dead
Name: James J Baylis Gender: Male
Race: White Religion: Protestant
Cemetery Name: Michigan
Disposition: According to next of kin
Service Branch: Army Rank: Private First Class
Service Number: 36153592

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besides listing relatives names it states

PFC James J. Baylis was killed in action Sunday morning, November 29, 1942 in Tunisia, North Africa. He was a driver in the armored tank division and had been in two previous battles. The 1st Armored Division landed in Oran, Algeria on November 8, 1942. PFC Baylis was interred in the American Cemetery in Souk Ahras, Tunisia. After the war, he was repatriated and laid to rest with full military honors in Woodlawn Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan on June 9, 1948, his 30th birthday. He was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart for military merit. He rests with his beloved father and mother, Victor J. and Berneice A. Baylis, and beloved sister, Patricia Margaret Baylis Crego.

United States Army - 1st Armored Division - Company B
13th Armored Regiment

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