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"The gravesite of William "Bill" Edward Stockman."

Name: William "Bill" Edward Stockman

Born: March 13, 1921

Birth location: Unknown

Father: Frederick "Fred" Edward Stockman

Mother: Lillian Dale Allison

Died: August 25, 1998

Death location: Unknown

Cause of death: Unknown

Burial date: Unknown

Burial location: Malta Bend Cemetery, Malta Bend, Saline County, Missouri.

Date picture was taken: May 24, 2008

Provided by: Al McCormick.

Additional Information:

Click here to view the gravestone for William Edward Stockman and his wife Mary Maude Clyde.

William "Bill" Edward Stockman was a member of the Chinese Air Force.

William "Bill" Edward Stockman was a first Lieutenant in the United States Air Forces during World War II, and received the "Distinguished Flying Cross".

William "Bill" Edward Stockman married Mary Maude Clyde on February 26, 1947, location unknown.

On November 11, 2008, Al McCormick provided the below information:

The Malta Bend Cemetery is where the Stockmans, McCormicks, Coles, Givens, etc are buried.

The crescent shaped entryway was added several years ago by a man named Myron Kersten. He's a local farmer who lives within sight of the cemetery.

Myron was the Treasurer of the Association for many years. He wanted to restore the monument to have it appear as it was in days gone by so he raised about $3,000 to get this done. He even managed to get some of my money. At one time, there were two of these monuments at the cemetery as there are two driveways.

At one time, Mary Maude and Bill, were helping Myron keep track of who was being buried in Malta Bend. I think Mary Maude gave it up after Bill's death as it was a measurable amount of work. Members of the Malter family have taken that over. 

"Transcript of the above grave marker"

WILLIAM  E  STOCKMAN

1ST LT US ARMY AIR FORCES
WORLD WAR II
MAR 13 1921     AUG 25 1998

DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS


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