Born in Shell Creek, may, 1920 in Tennessee Charles (Mick) Angell.
In 1939 Mick Angell joined the Princess Pat Regiment, Canadian Light Infantry. Later transferred to an ameircan unit and trained with U.S Army Rangers. On D-day he landed in the 13th wave and fought until July 9th when he was shot in the back of the head by a Nazi sniper.
Written by Eric Helm
Pending publication March 2018