134th Infantry Regiment Website
"All Hell Can't Stop Us"
Ferdinand Gaulin was a Canadian living and working in the United States during the war, so he enlisted in the U.S. Army. He was a Rifleman in the 2nd platoon, Company A, 134th Infantry Regiment and was wounded in action July 18, 1944 during the battle at St. Lo, France. After recuperating from his wounds, he rejoined Company A on August 31, 1944.
Pfc Ferdinand Gaulin was killed in action September 20, 1944 during the Battle of Sugar Loaf - du Pain de Sucre. He is commemorated on the 35th Infantry Division Memorial at Agincourt, France.
Originally interred in France, he is buried in the family cemetery plot in Ste-Justine, County Dorchester, Province of Quebec.
Thanks to Carolle Gaulin-Chartrand for this information and picture. She is Pfc Gaulin's niece.