Edward  F. Freeman

PFC. EDWARD FREEMAN
According to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Freeman, 135 South Ninth Street, Private First Class Edward Freeman has arrived in England. 

He entered the service on January 21, 1943 and received his training at Fort Roberts, AR; Fort Meade, MD; A. P. Hill Infantry Reservation, VA; and Camp McCoy, WI.


Wounded in Action on Belgium Front
PFC. EDWARD F. FREEMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Freeman, 135 South Ninth Street, received word today from the War Department that their son, Private First Class Edward F. Freeman, U.S. Army, had been slightly wounded in action in Belgium.

Private First Class Freeman left for overseas in June and landed in France last July. 

He entered the service on January 21, 1943 and received his training at Fort Roberts, AR; Fort Meade, MD; A. P. Hill Infantry Reservation, VA; and Camp McCoy, WI.


Eau Claire Boy Wounded Second Time in 5 Weeks: Pfc. Edward Freeman Again a Casualty
Private First Class Edward H. Freeman, U.S. Army, of this city, has been wounded a second time in the present war, according to word just received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis A. Freeman, 135 South Ninth Street. He was wounded just four days after he had reported again for duty, following his recovery from his first wound.

His first wound was received in action in Belgium on September 8. He was wounded the second time on October 13 in action in Germany, according to the telegram received by his parents. The telegram said "slightly wounded" but no further details as to the nature of the wound were contained in it. He had reported for duty on October 9.