Frank James “Jim” Feeman was the son of Harry William Feeman and Mary M. Clark. Brother of Joe Clark Feeman.

He is buried at Manila American Cemetery in Fort Bonifacio, Manila, Philippines.

The Knoxville News-Sentinel, July 12, 1945
Lt. Frank Feeman, 24-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Feeman, Tazewell Pike, was killed in an airplane crash on New Guinea recently, according to word received by his parents from the War Department. Lt. Feeman was pilot on a P-38 Lightning, had been in the service about two years, and had been overseas since March. Before enlisting in the Army Air Corps, Lt. Feeman was a student at U-T where he was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He was a member of St. John’s Episcopal Church and had been actie in Boy Scout work, following the example set by his father who served for some time as a Scoutmaster. A brother, Joseph C. Feeman, in enrolled at U-T in the veterans program.

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  • Rank: Second Lieutenant
  • Date of birth:
  • 22 April 1921
  • Date of death: 24 June 1945
  • County: Knox
  • Hometown: Knoxville
  • Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
  • Division/Assignment: 360th Air Survey Group
  • Theater: Pacific
  • Conflict: World War II
  • Burial/Memorial Location: Manila American Cemetery, Fort Bonifacio, Manila, Philippines
  • Location In Memorial: Pillar XV, Top Panel
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