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T/4. Joyce, Robert Frank 

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Registered for Draft: 1941, Sanford (Lee County), NC

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Branch of Service: United States Army

Military Occupation: 821, Quartermaster Supply Technician

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Prior Occupation: Student


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"Our Dad served stateside as a quartermaster in a distribution warehouse shipping materials overseas. He went to UNC Chapel Hill at age 17 and had some college under his belt by the time he entered the service. In his words, “As soon as they found out I could type they put me in the Quartermaster corps.” One of the talents he acquired in that duty, and passed on to me, was how to play Blackjack!" - Jack Joyce

Robert served with 4th Service Command/Quartermaster Corps of Army Service Forces. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, 4th Service Command managed the Army's stateside supply and logistics in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi and the Carolinas during World War II. 

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Birth: 31 MAY 1920, Stoneville (Rockingham County), NC

Death: 9 APR 1979, Charlotte (Mecklenburg County), NC

Burial: Sanford (Lee County), NC

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- Robert Frank Joyce III (1920-1979), son of

- Robert Frank Joyce II (1893-1958), son of

- Robert Francis Joyce (1859-1920), son of

- Robert Alexander Joyce (1833-1862), son of

- Martin James Joyce (1806-1869), son of

- Alexander Joyce (1772-1829), son of

- James Edward Joyce (1746-1796), son of

- Alexander Joyce (1719-1778), son of

- Thomas Joass (1685-UNK), son of

- William Joass (UNK-UNK)


Allan, Jack and Bob Joyce, Jordan Turner

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