WWII soldier’s remains are returned home to Mississippi — Mississippi Business Journal

The remains of a World War II soldier have been returned home to Mississippi, nearly 77 years after he died as a prisoner of war. Army Pfc. 45 more words

via WWII soldier’s remains are returned home to Mississippi — Mississippi Business Journal.

I saw this shortly after it was originally added to the Mississippi Business Journal, but had a feeling I should wait. After seeing this post, National POW/MIA Recognition Day — IHRA, I felt it was the right time to re-blog the post about PFC Harvey Andrew Nichols.

Looks like he has a cenotaph memorial stone in one cemetery placed a long time ago – https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/51013642/harvey-andrew-nichols, but is going to be buried in a different cemetery in another county – https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/202765088/harvey-andrew-nichols

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