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17th Armored Engineer Battalion in World War 2

17th Engineers during World War 2

Stanley Bardyszewski » Roll of Honor

Stanley Bardyszewski

Unit: 17 Engr Bn 2nd Armd Div, Company Unknown Rank: PrivateBorn: 1910

Awards and Citations: None (as far as we know)
Enlisted: 3/12/1942
Deceased: 11/13/1942 (Died, Non-battle)
Location: Unknown
Hometown: Mercer County, New Jersey
Army Serial Number: 32249788
Burial: North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial
Carthage Tunis, Tunisia
Plot: Plot A Row 19 Grave 9
GPS (lat/lon): 36°51’53.5″N 10°19’46.7″E

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Biografische informatie

Location where Private Stanley Bardyszewski lived as an 19 year old “Railroad Laborer” (1930 Sensus):

Adress: New Jerey, Trenton City, Mercer, 333 Bloombury street.


Location where Private Stanley Bardyszewski lived as an 19 year old “Railroad Laborer” (1930 Sensus):


Family of Stanley Bardyszewski as in the year 1920:

Father: Frank Bardyszewski; age 37
Mother: Jennie Bardyszewski ; age 32
Brother: Alexander Bardyszewski: age 7
Brother: Joseph Bardyszewski; age age 5
Brother: John Bardyszewski ; age 3, 9 months
Sister: Lottie Bardyszewski; age 1, 6 months 
(source: US Sensus 1920)


Location grave Private Stanley Bardyszewski at North Africa American Cemetery:


Official Deathlist detail

Deathlist detail Stanley Bardyszewski

Deathlist detail Stanley Bardyszewski


Stanley Bardyszewski Burial Info detail

Stanley Bardyszewski Burial Info detail

Stanley Bardyszewski Burial Info detail


Where did Private Stanley Bardyszewski died?

There are no exact details about the death of Private Stanley Bardyszewski, he was noted as “Died non-battle”.
Officially this is: “an individual who died in a line of duty death, such as from sickness, homicide, suicide, or accidents outside of combat areas (training). (not battle related)”.
This clarifies that 
Private Stanley Bardyszewski did not recieve an Purple Heart.


Enlistment details:

Race: White
Birth: 1910
Residence: Mercer County, New Jersey
Height: 69 inch
Weight: 161 Lbs
Civilian Occupation: Transportation occupations, n. e. c.
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Education: Grammar School
Citizenship: U.S. Citizen
Enlistment location: Ft Dix New Jersey
Enlistment Date: March 12, 1942
Enlistment: for duration of War plus six months


Research and text © by: Martijn Brandjes & Moos Raaijmakers
Photos © by: Moos Raaijmakers

Categorieën: 17 Engr Bn 2nd Armd Div – Company Unknown
Update 3 maanden geleden.