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Edward "Pop Charlie" R. Habit Jr's placement on the roster of death provided by Chowan County. He was killed in action (KIA) at 18 years of age in the Invasion of Normandy, France during World War II.

Caption from [source]: “[B. 1926
D.…
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Facsimile of a portion of two documents presented to Mitchell Baddour, who was honorably discharged by the U.S. Navy in March 1946.
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caption: "U.S. Navy Landing Craft Aboard U.S. Navy LST [Note: Landing Ship, Tank]"

A photograph taken by Mitchell Baddour during his time serving in the US Navy.
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Mitchell David Baddour and friends of the United States Navy, all in uniform. Baddour is third from left.
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A photograph of a U.S. Navy Land Craft taken by Mitchell Baddour during his time serving in the US Navy.
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From Trey Matthews: "Joseph Safy, son of George Joseph and Susie Safy. Joseph was killed in action when his plane was shot down over Germany during WWII on 9 Sep 1944. He was interred in Lorraine American Cemetery in France."
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A snapshot of Joseph and Amelia Salem standing together outdoors, both dressed in military uniform. Joe was in Army intelligence and Amelia was in the Red Cross during World War II.
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Joe Salem photographed with his wife Amelia Wehbie sitting together dressed in their military uniforms. Joe was in Army intelligence and Amelia was in the Red Cross from 1942 to 1944.
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An American War Dads card that belonged to Philip Shehdan, son of Beshara Shehdan. Philip enlisted in the Coast Guard in 1945, as soon as he turned eighteen and graduated from high school.
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Belonged to Peter Joseph Shadroui
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A photograph of a young man in uniform. Identified only as "Thelma [Knuckley]'s brother," the man could be either Robert or Stephen Knuckley, both of whom served in World War II.
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