World War II Honor Roll

In Honored Glory!

Paul C. Cummings

Private First Class, U.S. Army
314th Infantry Regiment, 79th Infantry Division

Entered the Service from: Maryland
Died: October 10, 1944   DOW
Buried at: Plot A Row 10 Grave 62
Epinal American Cemetery
Epinal, France

Awards: Bronze Star,                         
 Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster

The News, November 9, 1944
PFC PAUL C. CUMMINGS, Brunswick Soldier, Dies of His Wounds
Wounds received in battle in France have resulted in the death of Pfc. Paul C. Cummings, of Brunswick, his mother, Mrs. Nettie V. Cummings, has been notified by the War Department. Cummings, a member of the 79th Division, died on October 10, according to the word received by his mother.
It was reported that Pfc. Cummings was wounded at Leans, France, and had been awarded the Purple Heart as well as the Bronze Starr for bravery prior to his death. Before entering the service some time ago, Pfc. Cummings was employed as a brakeman on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and lived with Mr. and Mrs. B. Cummings, who are now residing near Weverton.