Younglove Genealogy 
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John Case Younglove
First Lieutenant, U.S. Marine Corps
4th Marine Division, Saipan
Awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Purple Heart
b. 04/06/1918, d. 07/18/1944

Only known Younglove to have lost his life for his country during this campaign.



Picture of John Case Younglove's grave courtesy of Stuart Younglove and his sister Gale Younglove.

Buried:
National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

1 LT USMC WW II CO E, Plot: C 908, bur. 01/28/1949

John's name is listed in the Court Of Honor and Flag Circle. A memorial dedicated to the American and Marianas people who died in "Operation Forager," the battles for Saipan and Tinian, and the Battle of The Philippine Sea during World War II. The initial waves of the 2nd and 4th U.S. Marine Divisions stormed the narrow beach head at Saipan on June 15, 1944.

For 2,875 Marines this would be their last invasion.

American Memorial Park
Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands
Court of Honor
Photograph of Plate 13, Column 5



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