Jack Hewitt Dupont


April 6, 1944

We have just learned that another Flagler Countian is in England - JACK DUPONT. Jack has been there for some time, we were told.

September 21, 1944


Sgt. JACK DUPONT was wounded in action in Normandy several weeks ago, it was learned this week from Willard Eatman.

Mr. Eatman said Mrs. DuPont, who lives in Miami, was notified by the war department and, in addition, had received a letter from her husband written from a hospital in England, stating that he had a bullet through a hip and one through the back but is recovering satisfactorily.

Sgt. DuPont went into the army a number of months ago and was stationed in England prior to our invasion of the French Normandy coast.

November 30, 1944

JACK DUPONT, recently wounded in France and in a hospital over there for about three months, has arrived in the States, we are advised, and may get to come home sometime soon.

March 1, 1945

We also learned this week that JACK DUPONT, who was wounded a number of months ago, is also a patient at Welch. He was up here last Sunday to visit his brother, Ellis Dupont.