Claude Charlie Henegar was born on 3 May 1923 to John W. Henegar and Rena E. Gardner.
He died 3 October 1944 in France
Rogersville Review, November 7, 1944
Pvt Claude C. Henegar was killed in action October 3, 1944, somewhere in France. He entered the service November 20, 1943, and has been overseas since July 16, 1944. He was a former employee of the Tennessee Eastman Corporation of Kingsport. He is the son of Mrs. Rena Henegar of Church Hill, Route 1.
The Kingsport News, 27 May 1948
Pressmen´s Home – Burial services will be held on Memorial Day at Morning Star Church, Church Hill, Route 1, for PFC Claude Charlie Henegar, who was killed in action in France, October 3, 1944
Private Henegar is survived by his mother, Mrs. Rena G. Henegar, Pressmen´s Home, Route 1; four brother, John Everett Henegar, Frank, Willie B. and Harold Henegar; and four sisters, Mrs. Annie Jenkins, Mrs. Mary Alice Ford, Miss Jennie V. Henegar and Miss Clara Henegar, all of Hawkins County.
He entered the Army November 20, 1943 and went overseas in July 1944.
- Rank: Private
- Date of birth: 3 May 1923
- Date of death: 3 October 1944
- County: Hawkins
- Hometown: Pressmen´s Home
- Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
- Division/Assignment: 15th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division
- Theater: Europe
- Conflict: World War II
- Awards: Purple Heart
- Burial/Memorial Location: Morning Star Cemetery, Church Hill, TN
- Location In Memorial: Pillar XII, Middle Panel
- Contact us to sponsor Claude C. Henegar
Click a thumbnail below to view at full size.