Stull, Paul Jr

Paul Hilton Stoll Jr. was born on September 21, 1923 to Paul and Frieda Thompson Stull who then lived in Wayne. His father was a realtor; his mother was the daughter of the former Senator Oscar E. Thomson of Phoenixville. Paul was the older of 2 children.

Paul joined the Army Air forces and after training was assigned to the 534th Bomber Squadron, 381 Bomber Group Heavy which flew B-17 Flying Fortress.

In the spring of 1943 his engagement to Doris Alexander of Wayne was announced.

Paul’s squadron was established in later 1942 and was sent overseas in June, 1943 to operate out of RAD Ridgewell, a former RAF base in Essex, England.

Captain Paul H. Stull, Jr. died non-battle in an aircraft accident on March 31, 1944 in England. He is buried at the Cambridge American cemetery in England.



Research by Don Wambold, WCMSC 
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