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Conflict Period:
World War II 1
Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Private First Class 1
Birth:
20 Aug 1918 1
18 Aug 1918 2
Edwardsville, Luzerne Co., PA 1
Death:
28 May 1977 3
May 1977 2
Dover, Morris, NJ 3
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Full Name:
Martin Leo Kelly 4
Full Name:
Martin Kelly 2
Birth:
20 Aug 1918 1
18 Aug 1918 2
Edwardsville, Luzerne Co., PA 1
Male 1
Death:
28 May 1977 3
May 1977 2
Dover, Morris, NJ 3
Cause: Lymphoma 3
Residence:
Place: 319 Washington Ave. Victory Gardens, Dover, NJ 1
Last Residence: Unknown Zip Code (07801) 2
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Birth:
Mother: Kathryn Gibbons Kelly 1
Father: William B. Kelly 1
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World War II 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Private First Class 1
Service Start Date:
02 Apr 1941 1
Service End Date:
20 Jul 1945 1
Enlistment Date:
01 Mar 1941 1
Enlistment Location:
New Cumberland, PA 1
Service Number:
33023108 1

World War II 1

Branch:
Army 1
Rank:
Private First Class 1
Service Start Date:
02 Apr 1941 1
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Social Security:
Last Payment: Dover, NJ 2
Social Security Number: ***-**-0005 2

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Military Service

Martin received his notice of selection, dated 3/1/41, from the Local Board #9 Ashley PA. He entered the US Army at Reception Center at New Cumberland PA on 4/2/1941. His Army Serial # was 33023108 and he was assigned to Battery C 190th Field Artillery. As of June 1 1942 he was a Private First Class. At some point after being inducted Martin was sent to Camp Shelby, Mississippi for training.
The regiment (190th FA) was called to Federal service January 13, 1941 and was initially stationed at Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Mississippi. It was later moved to Camp Sutton, NC, and then overseas to Northern Ireland in 1941, and later on to England in 1942.
On 1 January 1945, the Battle of the Bulge, the Commanding Officer was General of the Army D.D. Eisenhower. The 190th Field Artillery Group took part in this battle.

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