John Monroe “J.M.” Farmer was born on 27 May 1921 to John Farmer and Evalee Murphy
Died non battle 4 March 1943 in an motor accident in British Columbia, Canada.

477 Quarter Master Regiment, Company E

Johnston Cemetery, East View (Meigs County), Meigs County, Tennessee, USA

The Chattanooga Times, October 25, 1944
Charleston, Tenn., Oct. – Funeral services were held Sunday at Gum Springs Baptist Church for Pvt. J.M. Farmer, son of Mrs. Evalee Farmer of Charleston, who was killed on patrol duty in Canada on March 4, 1943. Death was the result of a motor accident.
Pvt. Farmer entered the service Nov. 3, 1942 and was almost 22 years old at the time of his death. Besides his mother, he is survived by three brothers and three sisters, Almer and Austin of Charleston; Aldon of Etowah, Tenn.; Mrs. Bert Swafford, Pikeville; Mrs. Willis Hubbard, Lenoir City; Miss Ina Farmer, Charleston; four half-brothers and a half-sister.

  • Rank: Private
  • Date of birth:
  • 27 May 1921
  • Date of death: 4 March 1943
  • County: Bradley
  • Hometown: Charleston
  • Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
  • Division/Assignment: 477th Quarter Master Regiment
  • Conflict: World War II
  • Burial/Memorial Location: Johnston Cemetery, East View, Meigs County, TN
  • Location In Memorial: Pillar VII, Top Panel
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