|The next few photos were furnished by David Wilson, Nephew of Sgt R. C.
Payne, C Company 254th Infantry Regiment who was killed in action on 19
Mar 1945 near Ensheim, Germany. Mr Wilson hopes that someone will
recognize these photos of Sgt Payne and be able to provide information about
the circumstances surrounding Sgt Payne's death and his wartime experiences.
You can contact Mr. Wilson by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by regular mail
at 2014 Cedar Ridge, Harrison, Arkansas 72601 or by telephone 870-741-4647.
(NOTE: It appears that all of these photos were taken while Sgt Payne was
undergoing training at Camp Van Dorn, MS.)
|Sgt R. C. Payne, C/254th Infantry,
KIA 19 March 1945
|Sgt R. C. Payne on the right
with unidentified friend.
|Sgt R. C. Payne C/254th. Looks like this photo
and the one to the left were made in the same 4
for $1.00 Photo booth.
|Sgt R. C. Payne C/254th Infantry. Probably taken
when on leave or pass.
|Sgt (then Pfc) R. C.
Payne C/254th Infantry
|Sgt R.C Payne (Left)
C/254th Infantry with
|Sgt Sam Redfield, G/253rd Infantry after the
war. Sgt Redfield was transferred to the 3rd Inf
Div just before the 63rd Inf Div returned to the
states. Photo furnished by Sam Redfield
|Sgt Sam Redfield, G/253rd Infantry. Sgt
of the guard, Winter 1945- Germany
|LTC Charles W. Gibbs, Division Signal Officer.
Photo furnished by Donald Schwartz- Son-in-law