Thomas Edward Lamb

Seaman Thomas Lamb Mortally Wounded

(March 29, 1945) -- Seaman 2/c Thomas Edward Lamb died of his wounds in the Pacific.

He is survived by his wife Danetta Lamb of 511 Union Avenue, Belleville, N.J.

Lamb grew up in Montclair where his parents still live.

Seaman Lamb entered the U.S. Naval Reserve in May 1944, and trained at Sampson, N.Y., and Newport, R.I.

He had been assigned to a cargo attack ship in November 1944.

Seaman Lamb returned from his first tour a month later, then sailed out again after temporarily being assigned in California.


Sources

Belleville Times, March 29, 1945

World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing,
State of New Jersey, War Dept. June 1946

Belleville Sons Honor Roll

  A Place of Honor and Remembrance In the Home of the Brave

Belleville, New Jersey

World War II

 

BELLEVILLE SONS HONOR ROLL

Contact/Join Our Email List

BellevilleSons.com copyright 2003-2016 By Anthony Buccino. All rights reserved. Permissions & other snail mail: PO Box 110252 Nutley NJ 07110


Web site sponsored by

Belleville Sons Honor Roll
Remembering the men who paid for our freedom

Anthony Buccino