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    I come cross with one bring back paperwork and I have problems to research this veteran, I would be pleased if can get any help with this.
    Veteran's last name is Proctor and he was part of Company D, 304 Medical Battalion. Part of his service number is 3195...

    All what I did find was Combat History of the 79th Infantry Division, 304 Medical Battalion was with 79th Infantry Division. There is mentioned two different Proctors, but I am not sure is any of those two this Proctor what I try to find

    Thanks for the help in advance.


    Here is photo from that bring back paper

    Need help to research US veteran
    -TJ-

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    Hello TJ,
    Well since I saw this and nobody chimed in yet, I did take a look here,
    Only 1,319 names to go through for "Proctor"

    But it does give their full Service number, so you can check the 4 digit's you have.
    I went through to see if I had any quick finds but no luck.
    I'll leave that to you to dig and see if you get a hit on it.
    Here is the link.

    Search Results - Page 1 | WWII US Army Enlistment Records

    Maybe this being bumped to the top might get more eyes and resources other than this link and my Bing Fu and Google Chi

    Good Luck!!

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    To me his initials look like M.C and his rank looks like Pfc (Private first class).

    The start of his service number looks like 3135.

    I found this information below on the excellent website AZphil posted.


    ASN - 31355486
    Name - Proctor, Maurice C Jr
    Residence - Middlesex, Massachusetts
    Date of Enlistment - 6 May 1943
    Year of Birth - 1924

    View Record: Maurice C Jr Proctor - 31355486 | WWII US Army Enlistment Records
    Last edited by Willmore; 02-28-2021 at 09:58 PM.

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    Many thanks for both of you, Phil and Willmore. I had remember to seen that website, but just didn't remember what was the name of it. Now I save it for later research projects

    It's really looks like Willmore find right away record of this veteran, thank you!
    -TJ-

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    Hi Finngal.

    I found some information that I think is about your veteran.

    Maurice Clifton Proctor Jr.
    15 Feb 1924 - 11 Mar 1998
    Buried - Laurel Hill Cemetery (Old Reading Cemetery), Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States

    Maurice Clifton Proctor Jr. b. 15 Feb 1924 (Birth Place Unknown) ~ If Info Available - Please Submit via Suggest Tab d. 11 Mar 1998 (Death Place Unknown) ~ If Info Available - Please Submit via Suggest Tab: House Of Proctor Genealogy


    From the 1940 US Census.

    Maurice Proctor from Reading Town in 1940 Census District 9-473

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    Quote by Willmore View Post
    Hi Finngal.

    I found some information that I think is about your veteran.

    Maurice Clifton Proctor Jr.
    15 Feb 1924 - 11 Mar 1998
    Buried - Laurel Hill Cemetery (Old Reading Cemetery), Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States

    Maurice Clifton Proctor Jr. b. 15 Feb 1924 (Birth Place Unknown) ~ If Info Available - Please Submit via Suggest Tab d. 11 Mar 1998 (Death Place Unknown) ~ If Info Available - Please Submit via Suggest Tab: House Of Proctor Genealogy


    From the 1940 US Census.

    Maurice Proctor from Reading Town in 1940 Census District 9-473
    Wow! Really neat. Thank you Willmore.

    You was really busy to track Mr. Proctor and those are great help for me. Now I have so much information, need study those websites tomorrow when have more time.
    -TJ-

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    It is my pleasure to help and if I find anything else I will post it for you!

    Hopefully someone can find some details about his WW2 service too.

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    Quote by Willmore View Post
    It is my pleasure to help and if I find anything else I will post it for you!

    Hopefully someone can find some details about his WW2 service too.
    I really appreciate this.
    -TJ-

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