Charlie P. Walker was born on July 12, 1926, in Morton, Mississippi. He lived at Rt #2 Union, Neshoba County, Philadelphia, Mississippi. Charlie Walker’s basis of education were 8 years of Grammar School. He was a 133 lbs heavy, 5 feet and 6 inches tall, brown haired, blue eyed male. His civilian occupation was welder.

Charlie Walker was inducted (and entered the service) on November 18, 1944, and entered the service at Camp Shelby, Mississippi (latest immunization dates: smallpox November 26, 1944/ Typhoid January 16, 1945/ Other: Typhus April 7, 1945). The length of his Continental service was 4 months and 15 days. Pvt. Walker departured on April 3, 1945 and arrived at April 15, 1945, in Europe.

Pvt. Charlie P. Walker became a rifleman in Company F, 407th Infantry Regiment, 102nd Infantry Division. Charlie Walker’s length of Foreign service was 8 months. During this period of time he participated in the Central Europe Campaign and saw battle in Germany.

Charlie Walker’s date of separation was December 2, 1945 (Coburg, Germany). He was honorably discharged with the rank of Private First Class.

If you know the recent whereabouts of Pfc. Charlie P. Walker or his family please contact Charmane Donnaway. She is in the possesion of Pfc. Charlie P. Walker’s Honorable Discharge Papers and would like to return them to Pfc. Walker or his family. You can contact Charmane Donnaway at: