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William Boundar

Private First Class, U.S. Army

42083728

121st Infantry Regiment, 
8th Infantry Division

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: April 3, 1945
Buried at: Plot J Row 16 Grave 8
Netherlands American Cemetery
Margraten, Netherlands
Awards: Purple Heart


PRIVATE FIRST CLASS WILLIAM BOUNDAR was born in Pennsylvania in 1919. He had completed 3 years of high school, was married, and worked as a welder prior to his induction into the United States Army on July 21, 1944 at Camden NJ.

Sent overseas as an infantry replacement, Private First Class Boundar was assigned to the 121st Infantry Regiment, 8th Infantry Division. He was killed in action during fighting in the Ruhr Pocket on April 3, 1945. He left a wife and children.



William Boundar


BRANCH OF SERVICE
U.S. Army

HOMETOWN
Chews Landing, NJ

HONORED BY
Mr. Jesse F. Ivins, Brother-in-law

 
ACTIVITY DURING WWII
KILLED IN BATTLE OF THE BULGE IN APRIL 1945.

 


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