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Howard H. Holloway, Jr.

Motor Machinist's Mate, First Class, U.S. Navy

04053321

United States Naval Reserve

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: April 24, 1945
Buried at: Plot E Row 16 Grave 3
Luxembourg American Cemetery
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg


MOTOR MACHINIST'S MATE FIRST CLASS HOWARD H. HOLLOWAY was born in 1917 to Howard and Dagay Holloway. Howard Sr. was a worked as a fireman, his mother had emigrated to America from Norway in 1913. His uncle, Fred Holloway, was at one time the mayor of Haddonfield. In 1930 the family owned a home at 107 Fowler Avenue in Haddonfield NJ. Besides Howard, the oldest child, were brothers Raymond and Fred Holloway, and a sister, Evelyn. Howard Holloway Jr. attended Haddonfield Memorial High School, where he was a member of the football team. He also played baseball in the Camden County Baseball League. Prior to entering the United States Navy in April of 1942, Howard Holloway Jr. worked as a member of the Haddonfield Police Department.

After entering the Navy, Howard Holloway was stationed at Cape May NJ, as of December 1942. He later went overseas.

Howard H, Holloway of 24 Lees Avenue, Haddonfield NJ died of causes not related to combat while serving in the United States Navy on April 24, 1945.


Camden
Courier-Post

November 20, 1942

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