Bio: Huber, Roy J. (1918 - 1948)

Contact:  Stan

Surnames: HUBER

----Sources: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/04/1948

Huber, Roy J. ( 4 June 1948)

The casketed remains of Private First Class Roy J. Huber, a World War II deceased member of the army from Prairie du Sac, being returned from overseas for final burial, will arrive in Unity within the next month, accompanied by a uniformed U.S. Army Escort from the Chicago Distribution Center of the American Graves Registration Division.

The body of Pfc. Huber was interred in the Finschaffen temporary military cemetery in New Guinea but has been returned to this country for final internment at the request of his next of kin, Mr. Henry G. Huber, Prairie du Sac, Wis.

1920 Federal Census, Marathon, Wisconsin

Roy Huber, white, single, male

Household Members
self Henry Huber M 40y Württemberg
wife Elsie Huber F 35y Wisconsin
dau Lillian Huber F 10y Wisconsin
dau Evelyn Huber F 8y Wisconsin
dau Beatress Huber F 6y Wisconsin
dau Anett Huber F 4y11m Wisconsin
dau Audrey Huber F 3y9m Wisconsin
son Roy Huber M 1y9m Wisconsin

1930 Federal Census, Hull, Marathon, Wisconsin, enumeration district number: 0031, family # 149

Roy J Huber, white, single male
father's birthplace: Germany
mother's birthplace: Wisconsin

Household Members
head Henry G Huber M 50 Germany
wife Elsie Huber F 46 Wisconsin
daughter Anette I Huber F 15 Wisconsin
daughter Audrey M Huber F 13 Wisconsin
son Roy J Huber M 12 (1918 Wisconsin)
son Jessie J Huber M 9 Wisconsin



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