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Pfc  Clifford Wallace

Pfc Clifford Wallace

134th Infantry Regiment - Company C

Clifford Wallace, son of Richard Desherin and Effie Doris (Smith) Wallace, was born December 19, 1923 in Saginaw, Michigan. He registered for the draft June 29, 1942. At that time he was living in Pontiac, Michigan. He was inducted into the Army February 9, 1943. Pfc Clifford Wallace was a Messenger in the Third Platoon, Company C, 134th Infantry Regiment. He was seriously wounded by artillery shrapnel in the vicinity of St Lo, France on July 15 and died of his wounds the following day, July 16, 1944. He is buried at New Albany National Cemetery, New Albany, Indiana.

Thanks to Pam Thomsen for this picture. She is the granddaughter of Pfc. John Pergolizzi, 60th Combat Engineers Combat Battalion, 35th Infantry Division who was killed in action October 10, 1944.

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