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Everett Moore, Paratrooper

Everett Moore, Paratrooper

Everett Moore of Hazen, Pa, was a paratrooper shot down in World War II and was never found. This is probably one of the last photos ever taken of him.

Everett was a personal friend of the Clark family. He was a member of the Moore family on Sulger Road, Hazen, Jefferson county, Pa.

Everett Moore

This is my Great Uncle and I talked to Uncle Everett's brother and he said the Uncle Everett was a tailgunner.

This is my husbands Uncle he

This is my husbands Uncle he never knew so we were glad to find this picture.

This i believe is may clarks

This i believe is may clarks first hubby. i will have to ask her more on this. you can contact me at my e mail which is mikewiggin@rocketmail.com or it was her brother in law.

America is as a shining city on a hill. Built by those before us. It is because of their determination, innovation, creativity, and their sacrifices we have the many things we enjoy so much of today. Be cause of those that blazed a trail before us.

Everett Moore

This paratrooper appears to be Everett Elwood Moore, born April 22, 1923, died November 16, 1944, killed on a B24 bomber during World War II. His parents were Ernest Ray Moore, Sr. and Minnie Jane (Corbin) Moore, who resided on Sulgar Road, Hazen, Warsaw Township, Jefferson County, PA.
His father's brother was Everett Nathan Moore.
Paternal grandparents for Everett Elwood Moore are Andrew Eakins Moore and Lucretia (Perrin) Moore.
buried in the Temple Cemetery, Hazen, Jefferson County, PA.

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