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Re: 104th inf regiment/ KIA IN LUXEMBOURG
Posted by: Patty Mackey (ID *****9144) Date: July 03, 2012 at 03:14:06
In Reply to: 104th inf regiment/ KIA IN LUXEMBOURG by gilbert wathelet of 22575

Gilbert:
I am not related. Following is what I find on these two men:

Henry B. CAZABON
enlisted 18 May 1943, Louisiana
American Indian
Catholic
born :1924, Louisiana
Grammar school education
Fisherman/Oysterman
1930 census: Orleans, Louisiana
Vouye Casabon (SP) 33 b. LA fisherman
Virginia 28 LA
Ellen dau 7 LA
Hansel son 5 LA***
Henry son 5 LA (these 2 were twins)***
Edith dau 3
George son 3/12

Frank C. Newlin:
Born 18 Mar 1921
Michigan
son of:
Maurice E. Newlin and Anna.
Brother James, sister Constance
Frank was married to Frances Hill; they had one child according to a family tree on ancestry.com.

That's about all I could find on them. Hope this helps
patty



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