American Battle Monuments Commission Page
Updated: 11 November 2016
This page is under construction. Please contact Jim Adams with additions and corrections.
Thanks to Alan Amelinckx for providing the list of Door County veterans who are buried in American Battle Monuments Commission cemeteries. DoorCoKIAWW2ABMC.pdf (PDF).
Return to the Door County Veterans page for information on other veterans.
Door County, WW2 Gold Star List (64 service members)
Bongle, Earl H. PFC U.S. Army, 276th Infantry Regiment, 70th Infantry Division. died 08 Jan 1945 in France. Lorraine American Cemetery St. Avold, France Plot D, Row 8 Grave 22. Award: Purple Heart. See: Door County Advocate 26 Jan 1945. (BongleEarlGraveMarker.jpg
Carlson, Clayton C. 2LT, 452 Bomb Sq, 322 Bomb GP (M). Arizona. died
25 March 1944. Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer, France.
Plot B, Row 20, Grave 33. Awards: Air Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster,
Purple Heart. (CarlsonClaytonGrave.jpg) See: Door County Advocate 20 Oct 1944 WW2 Honoree Terry MacDonald & Verna Anderson.
Cumber, Harvey C. Private, U.S. Army, died 20 Feb 1945 in Germany. Lorraine American Cemetery, S.t Avold France. See: Door County Advocate 05 Oct 1945. (CumberHarveyGrave.jpg)
Fidler, Eugene F. Private, U.S. Army,
7th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division.
d. 04 Nov 1944. Buried at Plot B, Row 16, Grave 7, Epinal American
Cemetery, Epinal France. Award: Purple Heart. (FidlerEugeneGrave.jpg)
Halverson, Clinton E. CPL U.S. Army. died 30 March 1945 in England. Cambridge American Military Cemetery, England.
Herrbold, William V. Tech
5th Class, U.S. Army Air Forces, 1896th Engineer Battalion, Aviation.
died. 12 Jan 1945. Missing in Action or Buried at Sea. Tablets of the Missing at Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines. Award: Purple Heart. (HerrboldMemorial.jpg)
Krueger, Harold C. Private First
Class, U.S. Army. 10th Engineer Combat Battalion, 3rd Infantry
Division. d. 16 Jan 1945. Buried at: Plot A Row 27 Grave 8, Epinal
American Cemetery, Epinal France. Awards: Purple Heart with Oak Leaf
Kuehn, Robert J. 2LT, U.S. Army. died 17 Dec 1944 in Germany. Lorraine American Cemetery, St. Avold France.
Malvitz, Arnold E. Pvt, U.S. Army. died 01 Dec 1944 in Germany. Netherlands American Cemetery Margraten Netherland. (Listed as Kewaunee County)
Miller, Elmer R. S/SGT U.S. Army 22nd Tank Battalion, 11th Armored Division. died 05 Jan 1945 in Belgium. Luxembourg American Cemetery Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. Plot E, Row 9, Grave 52. Award: Purple Heart. (MillerElmerGrave.jpg)
Ohrt, James B. 1LT U.S. Army Air Forces13rd Bomber Squadron, 376th Bomber Group, Heavy. died 22 Feb 1944. Lorraine American Cemetery St Avold France Plot J, Row 48, Grave 24. Award: Air Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster. (OhrtJamesGrave.jpg)
Pichette, Eugene F. CPL U.S. Army. died 10 April 1945 in Germany. Ardennes American Cemetery Neupre Belgium. Plot D, Row 22, Grave 17. Award: Purple Heart. (PichetteEugeneGrave.jpg)
Stoffel, Wallace E. PFC U.S. Army. died 05 Aug 1944 in France. Brittany American Cemetery St James France. Plot K, Row 2, Grave 10. Award: Purple Heart. (StoffelWallaceGrave.jpg)
Weiss, William J. "Billy". PFC
U.S. Army. 112th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division. d. 01 Aug
1944. Buried in Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer, France.
Plot G, Row 7, Grave 30. Award: Purple Heart. (WeissWilliamGrave.jpg)
Zahn, Carl A. Techniican 4th Class, U.S. Army. 127th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Infantry Division. died 08 June 1944. Buried at Plot A, Row 15, Grave 67, Manila American Cemetery, Manila Philippines. Award: Purple Heart. (ZahnCarlGrave.jpg)
A good source is The Wisconsin 3,800: Our men and women buried or MIA in the lands they liberated in World War II by Tom Mueller. The appendix tells you how to do your own research including searching the ABMC website.