John A. Strouse
Private First Class
133rd Infantry Regiment, 34th Infantry Division
Date of Death:
Cambridge American Cemetery, United Kingdom
John A. Strouse entered the military service in Minnesota. He served in the 133rd Infantry Regiment, 34th Infantry Division as a Private First Class during World War II. He was accidentally killed by a bullet from the rifle which a buddy was cleaning, in a hut at a base somewhere in Northern Ireland. PFC Strouse was buried first in the Lisnabreeny Former American Military Cemetery in England. The cemetery closed in 1948 and his remains were exhumed and transferred. He is buried now in the Cambridge American Cemetery, Cambridge, United Kingdom.