1922 - 1950 (28 years)
||Aron Richard Abercrombie  |
||26 Oct 1922
||Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA [3, 4]
||Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, USA 
||First name spelled “Aron” on WWII draft card (including his own signature), so I’ve adopted that spelling, although it appears as “Aaron” in his marriage and military records.  |
||Pilot, First Lieutenant in the US Air Force Reserve, 29th Fighter-Interceptor Wing. Missing and presumed dead after being shot down in Korea on 1 November 1950 (in the first air engagement in “MiG Alley”). Officially presumed dead as of 22 Oct 1951.. Service # AO-826346. [2, 3] |
||1 Nov 1950
||7 May 2020 |
||Alma Louise Foerster|
b. 29 Sep 1919, Alabama, USA
d. 30 Jun 2008, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, USA (Age 88 years)
||22 Sep 1948
||Jefferson County, Alabama, USA 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||24 Feb 2012 |
- Worked for the Wenonah Ore Conditioning Plant in June 1942. 
- [S2194] Marriage Record of Aaron R. Abercrombie and Alma L. Foerster.
- [S2196] Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office, Personnel Missing - Korea (PMKOR).
- [S2195] Ancestry.com (National Archives and Records Administration), Korean War Casualties, 1950-1957.
- [S6427] Ancestry.com (National Archives & Records Administration), WWII Draft Registration Card of Aron Richard Ambercrombie.