Company B, 319th Engineer Combat Battalion, 94th Infantry Division, Bazooka man, road and bridge builder, Combat patrols in France and Germany. Sailed to Scotland on the Queen Elizabeth.
Buried at the American Cemetery, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, C, 10, 20
The Knoxville Journal, February 23, 1945
Private Charles Taylor, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor of Corryton, died Feb. 10 in France of wounds received in action in Germany, the War Department has notified his parents. Private Taylor enlisted in the Army March 18, 1943, and took his basic training at Camp McCain, Miss. He went overseas five months ago and was serving with a engineer outfit when fatally wounded. In addition to his parents, he is survived by three brothers and two sisters. The brothers are Frank Taylor, who recently was in service, and Roy and R.B. Taylor. The sisters are Betty and Aileen Foster of Blaine.
- Rank: Private
- Date of death: 10 February 1945
- County: Knox
- Hometown: Corryton
- Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
- Division/Assignment: 319th Engineer Combat Battalion, 94th Infantry Division
- Theater: Europe
- Conflict: World War II
- Awards: Purple Heart
- Burial/Memorial Location: Luxembourg American Cemetery, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
- Location In Memorial: Pillar VIII, Middle Panel
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