Military

Osmond & Davis Military Service

George Virl Osmond (1917-2007) served in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II. He served from 18 August 1941 to 9 December 1943. (George Osmond's military serial number was 39678826, not 39678626 as mistakenly shown in the composite photo below.)

Osmond Commonwealth Military Database

The Osmond Family Organization (OFO) honors those Osmond-surnamed individuals who died while serving their family and country in military conflicts during and after World War I. The following Osmond Commonwealth Military Database primarily publicizes those individuals who served and sacrificed for their country. Most of these troops were from the British Commonwealth (England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa) and the United States. (Also, this military database contains the names--if known--of the parents and spouses of the troops who died in military service.)

Anyone with information about individuals who had the "Osmond" surname and who died while serving their country during and after World War I is encouraged to contact the OFO with their names, service rank and affiliation, dates and conflicts in which they served.

To view genealogical information on Osmond-surnamed individuals who died while serving their family and country in mililtary conflicts during and after World War I, click on the Osmond Commonwealth Military Database.

Military Service and History of

Charles Herbert George Martin

who was related to Olive May Davis Osmond

Military Service and History of

Charles Edward Capel Martin

who was related to Olive May Davis Osmond