Bernard White McReynolds was the son of William Alexander McReynolds and Winnifred “Winnie” White.

Killed in Action
Bernard McReynolds is buried at Manila American Cemetery, Philippines, N, 13, 19

The Chattanooga Daily Times, 16 October 1944
S/Sgt Bernard W. McReynolds, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.A. McReynolds of Pikeville, Tenn., has been awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge for outstanding performance of duty and exemplary conduct against the enemy in the Guam operation, an army overseas dispatch reported. Leader of a rifle squad, he has received official commendation for excellent supervision of his men during numerous actions against the enemy in that area.
Prior to entering the army in April, 1942, he was a student at Notre Dame High School. He went overseas in February, 1944. He has one brother, Eugene, serving with the military forces in England.

  • Rank: Staff Sergeant
  • Date of birth:
  • 13 December 1921
  • Date of death: 16 December 1944
  • County: Bledsoe
  • Hometown: Pikeville
  • Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
  • Division/Assignment: 305th Infantry Regiment, 77th Infantry Division
  • Theater: Pacific
  • Conflict: World War II
  • Awards: Purple Heart, Combat Infantryman Badge
  • Burial/Memorial Location: Manila American Cemetery, Fort Bonifacio, Manila, Philippines
  • Location In Memorial: Pillar VI, Top Panel
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