Historical records matching Fred Rudolph Rumpel
About Fred Rudolph Rumpel
Civilian POW of the Empire of Japan, Osaka Main Camp Chikko Osaka Japan
Birth: Feb. 11, 1900 Ilisesti Suceava, Romania
Death: Jan. 24, 1995, USA
Friedrich Rumpel, an ethnic Swabian German, emigrated in 1902 from the rural parish of Illischestie, Bukovina "Land of Beech Trees," in southeastern Austria-Hungary, with his parents, Heinrich and Maria Armbruster Rumpel. This location is present day Ilisesti, Suceava, Romania. They settled at Lewis County Washington and later came to Idaho.
Fred was captured and held as a prisoner of war by the Japanese during World War II.
SSDI Last residence: Nampa, Canyon, Idaho
World War I Draft Registration Name: Fred Rudolph Rumpel Address: Richfield, Lincoln, Idaho Birth Date: 11 Feb 1900, age 18 Race: White Medium height & build brown eyes, dark brown hair Citizen through father's naturalization Occupation: Farmer for Henry Rumpel at Richfield, Lincoln, ID Nearest relative: Mary Rumpel, Richfield, ID Draft: Shoshone, Lincoln, ID, Sept 12, 1918
WWII World War II Prisoners of War, 1941-1946 Fred R Rumpel Report Date: 12 May 1942 Latest Report Date: 13 Sep 1945 Grade: Civilian Service Branch: Civilian Arm or Service: Bureau of Yards and Docks Area Served: Pacific Theatre_Guam: Wake Island Detaining Country: Japan Camp: Osaka Main Camp Chikko Osaka 34-135 Status: Returned to Military Control, Liberated or Repatriated Report Source: Individual has been reported through sources considered official.
- Henry Rumple (1860 - 1940)
- Mary Armbruster Rumple (1870 - 1958)
- Marjorie Belle Rumpel (1906 - 1987)
- Florence Matilda Rumpel (1934 - 1951)*
Inscription: RUMPEL Marjorie B Aug 20, 1906 - July 28, 1987 Married Mar. 6, 1926 Fred R Feb 11, 1900 - Jan 24, 1995
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Burial: Canyon Hill Cemetery Caldwell Canyon County Idaho, USA
Created by: GreenHills Stones Callin... Record added: Sep 09, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 96779919