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Ramsey, Raymond Julius (P2, C3, L40)

Ramsey Raymond Julius 2Technical Sergeant Five Raymond J. Ramsey was born 7 April 1924, at Murl, Wayne County, Kentucky. He enlisted in the Kentucky National on 23 November 1940, at Monticello, Kentucky, with Battery D, 106th Separate Battalion, Coast Artillery (Anti-Aircraft). He was inducted into federal service on 6 January 1941. Ramsey was killed in Italy on 6 October 1943. He is buried in the Stop Cemetery, Monticello, Kentucky.

    Raymond Ramsey Killed In Action

    Wayne County Outlook, 3 November 1943.

    The War Department through the local Red Cross Chapter, today notified Mr. John A. Ramsey, of Murl, that his son, Raymond, age 20, was killed in action in Italy on October 6th. He was a Technician 5th Grade. Raymond was a member of Battery D, of Monticello, which left here Jan. 13, 1940, for Camp Hulen, Texas, where they were trained for some months after which they were sent to England thence to North Africa then through Sicily and into Italy.Ramsey Raymond Julius 3

 

 

 

 

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