T-Sgt. Thomas J. Maxham KIA in Bomber Take-Off in India
Photo courtesy of Ed Stecewicz, & American Legion(January 12, 1945) -- On Dec. 24, T-Sgt. Thomas J. Maxham was killed in a crash of a B-29 bomber in a take-off at Budhkundi, India, according to a War Department telegram received Dec. 30 by Mr. and Mrs. John T. Rhodes of Chase street, Nutley.

Maxham, a nephew of the Rhodes with whom he lived for a long while, was a radar operator on a B-29.

Photo courtesy of Mrs. Mary Furnari

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