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Details for Oscar Lorenzo Joyner, Jr.

Rank:Unit:Branch of Service:Enlistment Date:
Capt. 22ND INFANTRY 4TH DIVISION

Executive Officer of Infantry Battalion

UnavailableUnavailable
Joyner, Jr.
 
Date of Birth:Place of Birth:Date of Death - Place:Age at death:
UnavailableUnavailable6/22/1944 - FranceUnavailable

Family Information Prior to 1947
Parent Name and Address:
Dr. & Mrs. Oscar L. Joyner
Kernersville, NC

Education:
Davidson College class of '40
hometown Kernersville, NC
Military Posts/Deployments:
British Isles
France
Ft. Benning
Promotions & Awards:
Bronze Star
Purple Heart
Silver Star
Death Details/Burial/Memorial Services:
Killed in action in France. He was with one of the first waves to land on the beachheads of France.
Buried with memorial marker at the US Cemetery at Normandy, France.
Source:
Davidson College Bulletin, annuals and death index
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