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Ardennes American Cemetery & Memorial
Neupre, Liege, Belgium

This cemetery was created as a result of WWII and is located near the southeast edge of Neupre (Neuville-en-Condroz), Belgium, which is twelve miles southwest of Liege, Belgium.

Ardennes is ninety acres in size, and contains the graves of 5,328 American military who died in action mostly during WWII. The like cross shaped headstones are aligned in straight rows which compose the form of a huge Greek cross on the lawn, framed by groups of trees. In addition to this there is an area with a memorial monument, inscribed with the names of 462 missing in action. The cemetery also was used as the location of the Central Identification Point for the American Graves Registration Service of the War Department for some time.

This is not a complete listing of all of the burials in this cemetery. The records below were provided by contributors to Interment.net. Last edited Jun 03, 2010. Total records = 3.

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Cemetery Records

Bourland, Dale E., b. 25 Feb 1920, d. 6 Oct 1944 KIA, s/o Finis and Emma, [WB]
Hutton, Charles, d. Jul 29, 1944, SSgt, [MG]
Ledogar, Ralph Eugene, b. 31 Dec 1923 Newark NJ, d. 30 May 1944, KIA Germany, SSgt USAF, WWII, s/o Ralph & Louise, [EL]

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