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0-2-5-2-11-8 Fred Matthew Plymale

BORN:(11-7-1920)   DIED:(Sept. 1982)   BURIED:( Oak Hill )
Home State:( Georgia  )

0-2-5-2-11-8 Fred Matthew Plymale fought in World War II in the Army Air Corp.  He was captured in 1942 by the Japanese in the Philippines.  He spent 3 and 1/2 years in a Japanese prisoner of war camp and endured the infamous Bataan Death March.   He had many problems throughout his life as a result of the experience.  He weighed about 70 lbs. when he was released at the end of the war in 1945.  His parents did not know what had happened to him for quite some time.

In 1987, after his death, at a ceremony held in Quitman, Georgia, where he had lived most of his life, he received "The Cross Of Military Service" for fighting in W.W.II and being a direct descendant of Zion Plymale who fought in The Civil War.

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Elizabeth Milam



MARRIED 12-14-1945




Children of 0-2-5-2-11-8 Fred Matthew Plymale and Elizabeth Milam

  born died married:
0-2-5-2-11-8-1 Dennis Fred 10-10-1946 ? ?
0-2-5-2-11-8-2 Steven Matthew 8-18-1949 ? Chris Ann Permenter 4-27-1991
0-2-5-2-11-8-3 Deborah 7-12-1954 ? Thomas Clinton Spencer

The first child above was born in Colquitt County, Georgia.
The second and third were born in Brooks County, Georgia.

Updated On April 30, 2004 08:24 AM