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Jesse Mountjoy

Jesse Mountjoy

Posted: 29 Jul 2001 1:06PM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: Mountjoy, Palmore, Sharp, Reeves, Hagedorn
Second Lt. Jesse Thomas Mountjoy, 28, U. S. Army Air Forces, was killed in action over France, July 31, according to word received by his wife, Mrs. Runelle Palmore Mountjoy of Horse Cave, Kentucky, and his mother. Mrs. W. T. Reeves. He was a pilot of a P-47 Thunderbolt fighter plane and had been stationed in England and France since last February. He had received the Army Air medal with four Oak Leaf clusters. In his last letter, written July 29, two days before his death, he described some of his activities. He received his flying training at Maxwell Field, Alabama, and at Dale Mabry Field in Florida. He received his wings last August 30. Besides his mother and wife, he is survived by a son, Tommy Jr., 18 months old, a sister, Mrs. Martha Ellen Sharp of Versailles, Kentucky; a half-sister, Miss Fannie Reeves of Lexington; and three half-brothers, Cpl. William T. Reeves of Tampa, Florida, Charles Reeves of Versailles, and Frank Reeves of Lexington; and an aunt, Mrs. B. L. Hagedorn of Versailles. [in the 1940s]

Re: Jesse Mountjoy

Posted: 7 Jun 2014 7:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Mountjoy
I have been searching for Jesse because my grandfather and his army buddy are the ones who found Jesse. My grandfather would love to speak to his family. Please contact me. Thank you.
Deana Carlson Woloszn

Re: Jesse Mountjoy

Posted: 7 Jun 2014 8:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Mountjoy
Hello Deana, I am not related to the family of Mr. Mountjoy. I post obituaries to help others. Have a great afternoon.
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