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2nd Lt. Lloyd Herbert "Pete" Hughes, Jr.
(12 Jul 1921 - 1 Aug 1943)


Victory Report

Nueces County Veterans Memorial Edition
GEN. GEORGE MARSHALL'S VICTORY REPORT

Cover Page. (Photograph with caption.)
 


GENERAL MARSHALL'S
VICTORY REPORT
Biennial Report of the Chief of Staff of the United States Army, 1943 to 1945, to the Secretary of War
Distributed by
EDWARD B. HARNEY
CHAPTER No. 12
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
Corpus Christi, Texas
NOTICE
GENERAL MARSHALL'S REPORT IS PUBLISHED BY PERMISSION OF THE WARD DEPARTMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

However, it should be clearly understood that the War Department does not endorse any commercial product or advertising campaign of any kind and neither the publishers nor the sponsors make any claim that the War Department endorses their efforts in bringing about a wider distribution of this historic document.

(Title Page)
 


CASUALTIES OF NUECES COUNTY COMPILED BY GOLD STAR MOTHERS

Following are listed the names of Nueces County veterans killed in World War II. Name of the veteran is given, date of birth, place where death occurred, and mother's name....

2nd Lt. Lloyd Hughes, July 12, 1921-Aug. 1, 1943. Ploesti, Rumania. (Mrs. Mildred M. Jordan, 1113 Sixth Street, Corpus Christi.)

Page 4. Lloyd Herbert HUGHES is listed in sixth paragraph from the top.
 


Lt. Lloyd Hughes, July 12, 1921 - Aug. 1, 1943.

(Page 21. Photograph with caption.)
 


Corpus Christi Chapter of American Gold Star Mothers, Inc.

(Page 24. Photograph with caption.) (Note: Mildred Mae RAINEY Hughes Jordan is pictured fifth from the right.)
 


Corpus Christi Chapter of American Gold Star Mothers, Inc....

Mrs. J. R. Jordan, 1113 Sixth....

(Page 24a. Note: Mildred Mae RAINEY Hughes Jordan is listed twelfth from the top.)
 


The Military Order of the Purple Heart
Corpus Christi Chapter 230
Roster of Members . . .

James M. Jordan, Corpus Christi.

(Page 25a. Note: James Marion JORDAN is listed sixteenth on the right. He was Pete's half brother.)
 


LADIES AUXILIARY--Edward B. Harney Chapter #12 Disabled American Veterans

(Page 29. Photograph with caption.) (Note: Mildred Mae RAINEY Hughes Jordan pictured standing fifth from the right.)
 


Officers Edward B. Harney Chapter #12 DAV and auxiliary. Also members of the Gold Star Mother Club of Corpus Christi who recently became members of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, Edward B. Harney Chapter #12. In the group above they are shown with members of the DAV Auxiliary and DAV Chapter officers. Seated, left to right, are Fay Adams, Mrs. Annie Ogden, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Annie L. Rule, Mrs. Selma Harney, adjutant of the DAV's, Mrs. H. L. Harris, president of the Gold Star Mothers, Mrs. J. R. Jordon [sic - Jordan]. Center row are Mikey Adams, Mrs. Harry Lee Olsen, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. Sallie Arnold, Mrs. R. D. Vulcasin, Mrs. R. M. Hobbs, and Mrs. William Roscoe. Standing are Mrs. Jim Haynes, Mrs. Celia Feil, senior vice-commander DAV Auxiliary, W. Fulkhardt, Lester Steen, Emanuel G. Feil, commander DAV, Judge Garland Brown, Faires P. Wade, adjutant DAV, Mrs. Faires Wade, Mrs. Garland Brown.

(Page 31. Photograph with caption.) (Note: Mildred Mae RAINEY Hughes Jordan is pictured at sitting on the floor at the far right.)


Source: Personal Papers - Biennial Report of the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, General George C. Marshall's Victory Report (Corpus Christi, Nueces County, Texas, USA, 1943-1945.)

Created: September 09, 2008

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