Jackson Ambrose 0215 Sampson   16
Jackson Elwyn 0107 Promoted   3
Jacobson Ingvar 0319 Inducted.   41
Jacobson Ingvar E. 0315 Inducted.   22
Jacoby Ernest H. 0203 30-day furlough after 29 months in both the European and Mediterranean war theatres.   1
Jacques cpl. Lynworth 0313 Received an honorable discharge from the Army. He was wounded in France and as a result was hospitalized six months.   40
Jahnke Ernst R. 0518 Ordered to report for pre-induction examination.   34
Jansen Donald 0330 Promoted from private to private first class. Served with a field artillery battalion in France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany.   47
Jarvis Walter 0111 Arrived back in the country after several months hospitalization following a spine injury suffered  July 1944 in Saipan.   7
Jeffery Howard E. 0104 Returned to Deltona Beach, Fla.   2
Jenkens Viola 0307 Nurse enlisted with the armed forces.   39
Jenks Marion 0307 Serving with the WAC.   39
Jensen Niels H. 0315 Pre-induction.   22
Jensen William H. 0413 Leaves for service in the armed forces.   27
Jensen William H. 0413 Reports for induction April 13.   27
Johnson 2nf Lt. Pearl May 0404 Commissioned in the Army Nurse Corps and had been assigned to Ft. Dix, N.J.   24
Johnson Ernest 0119 Sampson   10
Johnson Woodrow E. 0505 Leaves Oneonta for induction.   33
Johnston ARM 1/c Rodney 0331 He was on Admiralty Islands about 4 months. He was overseas 14 months, 8 months in combat duty and Southern Pacific. He was on patrol duty at Midway, also on duty during the liberation of Philippines.   48
Johnston James H. 0118 A veteran of the Marshall Islands invasion.   9
Johnston Lt. Allen 0511 First Delhi area service man to be discharged through the point system. He has been ordered to report to Ft. Dix, N.J., Monday to be mustered out to the Air Forces. Former navigator on a B-17 in combat in the European theater. He was reported missing for several weeks. His plane was shot down over France, but he and part if the crew escaped with the aid of the French under ground. 33
Johnston Sgt. Donald G. 0307 Returned to Camp Gruber, Okla. After spending a 15-day furlough in Oneonta.

Served in Hawaii, California and Colorado.
  39
Johnston T/4 James 0215 Recently returned from overseas duty and has reported to the Army Ground and Service Forces Redistribution station at Lake Placid Club, N..Y. He was overseas for 42 months in the Central Pacific theater of operations. 16
Jones Clyde 0120 Arrived in England. Married Carol Becker Oct. 20 his last furlough home. 11
Jones Edna M. 0307 Nurse enlisted with the armed forces.   39
Jones Elba 0505 Leaves Oneonta for induction.   33
Jones Owen 0128 Buried in a cemetery in Holland Cousin of Charles H. Dels. 12
Jones Pfc. Allen W. 0906 Discharged through Fort Dix.   43
Jones Pfc. Robert L. 0406 Awarded Bronze Star for meritorious service in combat on the Fifth Army front n Italy.

He is with the 85th "Cluster" Division.
Pfc. Jones is a radio operator and jeep driver. 26
Jones Pvt. Lynn A. 0310 Wounded in action.   41
Jones Pvt. Ruth I 0505 Arrived in France. Stationed with a signal services battalion. 32
Jones Robert L. 0113 Leaves for induction center at Albany.   8
Jones Ruth 0307 Serving with the WAC.   39
Jones Sgt. Paul D. 0215 Discharged through Fort Dix.   16
Jones T/e Robert D. 0315 Arrived in England November 1943 and recently arrived in Belgium.   22
Jordan Ralph Winfred 0519 Leaves for pre-induction physical.   35
Joslin Paul 0411 Left for induction center in Albany.   27
Joslin Raymond 0104 Arrived in England.   2
Joslyn S/Sgt. Lynn M. 0505 Awarded the Air Medal for "meritorious achievement while participating in an aerial flight over Italy". Also received and Oak Leaf cluster. 32
Joyce Merton 0119 Prisoner of war in Germany. Brother of Thomas Joyce. 10
Joyce Thomas 0119 Brother of Merton Joyce, prisoner of war in Germany.   10
Jubar Herman O. 0315 Pre-induction.   22
Jubar Herman O. 0413 Leaves for service in the armed forces.   27
Jubar Herman O. 0413 Reports for induction April 13.   27
Kary Leonard 0111 Arrived in Belgium.   6
Kary Leonard J. 0315 Promoted from private to corporal and later to staff sergeant all within a few weeks. He is recovering from shrapnel wounds in a French hospital. 21
Kary Pvt. Leonard J. 0303 Wounded in Germany.   40
Kaskaris Pvt. Louis J. 0427 Spending a furlough with his parents.   30
Kater Argenina C. 0413 Leaves for service in the armed forces.   27
Katnick Pvt. Joseph 0429 Arrived in Germany. FiancÚ is Miss Minnie Krothe. 29
Keator Angevina 0315 Pre-induction.   22
Keator Angevina 0413 Reports for induction April 13.   27
Keegan Elizabeth M. 0307 American Red Cross   39
Keiper Cpl. Clarence   Marries Miss Josephine Kenny in Navarre, Ohio Clarence enlisted in the Marines in 1942 and served 15 months in the Southwest Pacific. He is now an instructor at the Marine training center. 37
Kelder Lloyd 0515 The European war has ended. 17 Delaware county youths were inducted into the armed services to help lick the Japs.   34
Kelley Frank  S. 0312 Assigned to the A.A.F.Training command Radio School at the Sioux Falls, S.D.   14
Kelley Thomas H. 0518 Ordered to report for pre-induction examination.   34
Kelsey Charles A. 0102 Returned to Ft. Hamilton.   1
Kennedy Pvt.  John P. 0310 Wounded in the arm Feb. 24 in Germany. John wrote his parents to say he his wound was not serious and that he was getting the best of care. 41
Kennedy Pvt. Thomas M. 0122 Arrived in Italy   19
Kennedy Thomas H. Jr. 0120 Cited for heroic achievement with an infantry platoon neat Pizzo di Campiano, Italy.   11
Kenyon T/4 Floyd L. 0215 Discharged through Fort Dix.   16
Keogh Pfc. James M. 0406 Is in Naval hospital. He serves with the Fourth Marine Division which fought at Iwo Jima. 26
Kershaw 1st Sgt. George A. 0411 Stationed in New Guinea. Father of A/S George A. Kershaw Jr. 27
Kershaw A/s George A. Jr. 0411 Sampson Son of 1st. Sgt George A. Kershaw who is in New Guinea. 27
Keyser Robert F. 0518 Ordered to report for pre-induction examination.   34
Kiells Pfc. Donald N. 0422 He, along with the rest of his battery, was commended by  Lt. Gen. George S. Patton.   30
Kimball Kenneth C. 0128 Helping to ready more combat planes and equipment for immediate action.   12
Kinne Robert L. Jr. 0111 Sampson   7
Kirk William George 0519 Leaves for pre-induction physical.   35
Kludas Sea. 2/c Eugene 0921 Sampson   28
Knapp EM 3/c Franklin 0331 On an LST in the Pacific.

Sampson.
Brother of  Raymond and Oren Knapp and brother-in-law of Orlo Thayer. 48
Knapp Etheilyn 0307 Serving with the WAC.   39
Knapp Evelyn 0307 Serving with the WAC.   39
Knapp Frank A. 0413 Leaves for service in the armed forces.   27
Knapp Harry W. 0113 Leaves for induction center at Albany.   8
Knapp Harry William 0107 Will leave Jan 12 for Albany induction station.   3
Knapp SC 3/c Oren 0331 After serving on an LST in the New Guinea area, he was transferred to the Philippines.

Sampson.
Brother of  Raymond and Franklin Knapp and brother-in-law of Orlo Thayer. 48
Knapp Sgt. Francis R. 0906 Discharged through Fort Dix.   43
Knapp Sgt. Raymond 0331 With an engineer unit in Germany. Served in England and Belgium. Brother of  Franklin and Oren Knapp and brother-in-law of Orlo Thayer. 48
Knott Fred E. 0518 Ordered to report for pre-induction examination.   34
Knowles Donald Robert 0519 Leaves for pre-induction physical.   35
Koch Rudolph J. 0505 Leaves Oneonta for induction.   33
Koerner Pfc. Fred J. 0215 Discharged through Fort Dix.   16
Koett Walter J. 0407 Apprentice seaman in the Coast Guard.   27
Kompare QM 3/c Chris Frank 0424 Missing in action. Entered the Navy July, 1942.

Saw service in both the Atlantic and Pacific.
30
Konstanty Casimer J. 0413 Leaves for service in the armed forces.   27
Konstanty Casimir James 0413 Reports for induction April 13.   27
Kopf Cpl. Henry N. 0427 Reported missing in action in Germany April 1. Confirmed killed in action. Took  part in the Normandy invasion June 6. He served with an engineer battalion under Gen. Patton. 30
Kurucza Lt. John 0307 Part of the local W. A. C. recruiting unit.   39