John Dudra

Company A 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry

4th Infantry Division

KIA 06/08/1944

 

 

John Dudra was born on January 25, 1916.

His home of residence was listed in the records of the 22nd Infantry as
Bulpitt, Christian County, Illinois and his religion was listed as Catholic.

He was drafted into the Army on November 5, 1942, at Peoria, Illinois.
He listed his home of residence as Christian County, Illinois, and his civilian occupation
as Athletes, sports instructors, sports officials. He had completed two years of High School,
and indicated he was single with dependents.

Sergeant Dudra was killed in action during the attack against the
German coastal battery at Crisbecq, France, on June 8, 1944.

 

 

John Dudra was buried in the temporary U.S. Military Cemetery, Blosville Cemetery
at Carentan, France and his remains were later returned to the United States
where he was interred in Illinois on June 17, 1949.

Burial:
Camp Butler National Cemetery
Springfield
Sangamon County
Illinois
Plot: SECTION C SITE 108

 

Grave marker for John Dudra

Photo by Iced Tea from the Find A Grave website

 

 

 

 

 

 


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