When Maryan Dymowski enlisted in the Army, he listed his address as 27 Ben Avenue in
Stratford, Connecticut. He was a member of Company “G” of the 328th Infantry, 82nd Division.He listed his father, Peter Dymowski of Trentron New Jersey as his emergency contact.
Pvt. Dymowski was advancing with his company on the morning of October 8th, 1918 just west of Chatel Chehery, in the ArgonneForest, when he was shot twice. He had taken part in the attack planned and executed by Sgt. Early which resulted in the capture of an undetermined number of prisoners.Pvt. Dymowski was assisting his Corporal line up the prisoners when the detachment was fired on from the flank. According to information reported by Pvt. Michael Sacina, Dymowski’s wounds caused instant death. He was finally laid to rest in the Muse-Argonne American Cemetary in Romange, France.