William S. "Bill" WEIMER

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William Weimer at home on leave during World War II.
Contributed by rkohler3 on 2/10/13 - Image Year: 1945

William Weimer was a son of Alton Guernsey and Ethel Irene (Taylor) Weimer of Port Royal. He was a 1939 graduate of Port Royal High School. He served as a paratrooper during World War II and participated in the Normandy invasion on D-Day.

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Contributed by ray on 12/24/22 - Image Year: 1939
PRHS CLASS of 1939: (Front Row (l-r)): Jean Towsey, Anna Mae Weimer, Miriam Boyer, Ruth Burdge, Jessie Wert, Mabel McCachren, Helene Margaret Stong, Dorothy Maffett, Anna Mae Paige; (Middle Row): William Stimmel, Merton Long, William Weimer, Jane Towsey, Christine Ulsh, Howard Fitzgerald, Leatrice Meloy, Caroline Robinson, Ira Sheerer, Fred Kepner; (Back Row): Robert Graham, Frank Robinson, George McConnell, Albert Groninger, Roy Parsons (Photo from PRIDE OF THE TUSCARORA VALLEY by W. E. Taylor)
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Paratrooper William S. Weimer during World War II. (Photo submitted by Wayne Taylor)
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COUSINS WITH GRANDMOTHER: John "Duff" Taylor (l) and cousin William "Bill" Weimer (r) pose with their grandmother Rachel Jane Packard Taylor Saylor. Both Duff and Bill were prisoners of war during World War II. The Taylor and Weimer houses faced each other from opposite sides of Market Street in Port Royal. (Photo submitted by Wayne Taylor)

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