Noble Dennis Wagoner
Born 4 June 1914, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
Died non Battle. Previously he served with General Patton’s Third Army in Europe.
Gazette and Bulletin 21 December 1945:
Three Officers died in Barracks Blaze. Camp Campbell, Ky – Fire of undetermined origin burned three Army officers to death here, injured four others and gutted a 40-man officers´ barracks. The public relations office listed the dead as:
First Lieutenant Theodore J. Freeman, 623 Academy Street, Fulton, N.Y.
First Lieutenant Ross Forbes, 4737 Raymond Avenue, Congress Park, Illinois
Second Lieutenant Noble D. Wagoner, 620 Beaumont Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee
The P.R.O. said the four injured officers suffered only light hurts in jumping from a second floor window. A board of inquiry was appointed to investigate the fire but the office said no date had been set for starting the probe.
- Rank: First Lieutenant
- Date of birth: 4 June 1914
- Date of death: 20 December 1945
- County: Knox
- Hometown: Knoxville
- Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
- Conflict: World War II
- Awards: Good Conduct Medal, Rifle Marksmanship Badge
- Burial/Memorial Location: Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville, TN
- Location In Memorial: Pillar XIV, Middle Panel
- Sponsored by: Dr. Gary Trew
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