George Thomas Malone was the son of James Francis Malone and Minnie Flostella Voiles. Husband of Addie Frances Wilson.
Born 8 May 1920, Tennessee
Died non battle 1 November 1944, Laredo, Texas

Staff Sergeant
Air Force
S/Sgt Malone was killed on board a B-24H with serial number 42-95405.

San Antonio Express, Texas 3 November 1944.
Army Bomber Crash Claims Seven Lives. Laredo Army Airfield, Texas, Nov. 2 – The names of seven men killed in the crash of a B-24 bomber, 15 miles north of the Laredo Army Airfield were announced by the field’s public relations office.
The dead are:
Second Lieutenant Richard W Bancroft, Pilot, Detroit, Michigan
Second Lieutenant Horace P. Crudo, Vineland, New Jersey
Sergeant Edwin E. Helton, Indianapolis, Indiana
Sergeant Ralph Owens, Harlingen, Texas
Private George T. Malone, New Market, Tennessee
Private First Class Leon H. Yauk, Selman, Oklahoma
Second Lieutenant Earl W. Canterbury, co-pilot, Hopkins, Minnesota.

The Knoxville Journal, November 6, 1944
Staff Sgt. George T. Malone was killed in an airplane crash Nov. 1. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Addie Wilson Malone; daughter, Carolina Malone; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Malone; sisters, Misses Ruby Frances and Wilma Malone, and brothers, Cpl. Dana R. Malone, Howard W. Malone, all of New Market. Funeral at Flat Gap Church, New Market. Burial at church cemetery.

  • Rank: Staff Sergeant
  • Date of birth:
  • 8 May 1920
  • Date of death: 1 November 1944
  • County: Jefferson
  • Hometown: New Market
  • Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
  • Division/Assignment: 75th Wing, 2162nd Base Unit
  • Conflict: World War II
  • Burial/Memorial Location: Flat Gap Cemetery, Flat Gap, Jefferson County, TN
  • Location In Memorial: Pillar XII, Middle Panel
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