Mark Seymour

Company A 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry

4th Infantry Division

KIA 09/14/1944




Mark Seymour was born in Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi, on December 22, 1910.

He was drafted into the Army on January 1, 1944, at Camp Shelby, Mississippi. He had completed
three years of High School, and listed his civilian occupation as Managers and Officials.
He was married to Ruth Clark, and they had two children, Mark and Barbara.
His religion was listed as Catholic.

Private Seymour was killed in action during the first penetration into Germany by the 22nd Infantry,
on September 14, 1944.


Mark Seymour was buried in the temporary U.S. Military Cemetery,
Fosse Cemetery, Namur, Belgium in Block E Row 3 Grave 52 and was moved to the permanent
cemetery at Henri-Chapelle, most likely in 1948 when the temporary cemeteries were shut down.

He is buried in the Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, in Henri-Chapelle, Liege, Belgium,
Plot G Row 8 Grave 13.


Grave marker for Mark Seymour

Photo by Jasper van Haren, of the Netherlands, who has adopted
the grave of Mark Seymour.

From the Find A Grave website maintained by: Linda Ellis





Marker for Mark Seymour, at the cenotaph erected in Mark's memory by the family, Bellande Cemetery,
Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi, USA.

Photo by Roger Mathieu from the Find A Grave website maintained by: Linda Ellis










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