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Here is some information below.
Harry served as a Private with the U.S. Army during World War II. Also checked the WWII registry for Memorial in D.C and looks like a Arthur Lohrmann a cousin had honored him
If you know the Lohrmann family maybe try and reach out to them.for additional information.
But here is what I found. He also buried in Druid Ridge Cemetery in Pikeville, Baltimore, MD.
He resided in Anne Arundel County, Maryland prior to the war.
He enlisted in the Army on August 14, 1943 in Baltimore, Maryland. He was noted as being employed as a Bookkeeper and/or cashier and also as Single, without dependents.
He was "Killed In Action" during the war and was awarded a Purple Heart.
His remains were returned to the US from the Mediterranean aboard the transport Eric G. Gibson.
Service # 33733065
Son of Louise Lohrmann Ellis and James A. Ellis.