Walter F Altenbernd1

M, #850, b. 10 June 1909, d. 22 October 1995
1st cousin 1 time removed of Sheila Sue Altenbernd
Father*Louis Conrad Albert Altenbernd b. 18 February 1876, d. 13 May 1939
Mother*Mary Brandt b. 12 April 1881, d. 1959
     Walter F Altenbernd was born on 10 June 1909 in Minnesota, USA.2,3 He was the son of Louis Conrad Albert Altenbernd and Mary Brandt.
     Walter F's race was white.2

     He completed 2 years of college.2
     Walter F Altenbernd was a geographer.2
     As of 13 April 1945, Walter F's citizenship was with the United States of America.2

     Walter F Altenbernd served in the Army in World War II. His serial number was 37794514. He enlisted at Fort Snelling, Minnesota, USA, on 13 April 1945 as an enlisted man. He served as a Private, Grade 8. At the time of enlistment, Walter had been living in Clay County, Minnesota.2

     Walter F Altenbernd lived at NW Fishhook Road #18, Park Rapids, Hubbard County, Minnesota, USA, in July 1992.4
     Walter died on 22 October 1995 at age 86.3
Last Edited=6 June 2013


  1. [S680] Clay County, Minnesota Marriage Index, online, viewed on unknown date, viewed by unknown author . Hereinafter cited as Clay County, Minnesota Marriage Index.
  2. [S378] "U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946", Box 1265, Film Number 6.31;; The National Archives and Records Administration, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, Prince George's County, Maryland, USA, at. Hereinafter cited as "U.S. World War II Army Enlistment."
  3. [S1166] Ancient Faces, online, viewed on June 6, 2013, viewed by Sheila Altenbernd (Document Source Number: 00850-2013-06-06-01). Hereinafter cited as Ancient Faces.
  4. [S367] Letter from Joanne Ogren (#826) (603 6th Street, Barnesville, Minnesota 56514) to Sheila Altenbernd (#172) (unknown recipient address), Jul 27 1992; unknown repository (unknown repository address).
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