LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY
    Korean Conflict Soldiers

Lincoln County Courthouse Monument listing those that died in Korea

 

Honoring Those Who Fought For Our Freedom

  Contributor

Glen Bastin
Kings Mountain
Army

Noah Mason  

William B. Baugh
born in McKinney
died at the Chosin Reservoir in North Korea. 
He was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for 
the actions he took that caused his death
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_B._Baugh

Michael Broihier

Weldon Calffe
Kings Mountain  Ky

Noah Mason  

Louie Cox
  Kings Mountain Ky

Noah Mason  

Charles Denham
Born January 28, 1925 Stanford, Lincoln Co., KY
Died March 15, 2014
Son of  Jasper Denham & Lulu Young Denham
Lt. Colonel US. Navy Pacific Theater - USS Hilton WWII
USAF Flight Training and Pilot, Korea
Burial: Northern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Fernley, NV.

Carole French DiSanto

Lester Ray Garner
s/o Roy and Ella Durham Garner
Army, KIA 1950

Gene Martin

Stanley Bristle Hays
S/O Genie Bradford and Ola (Mitchell) Hays
Army

Gary Allen Mitchell

U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 
Name:                    William D Laswell Jr
Service Info:           BMC US NAVY WORLD WAR II,
                              KOREA
Birth Date:             12/03/1910
Death Date:            03/28/1999
Cemetery:               Pleasant Point Cemetery
Cemetery Address: Stanford, Ky  40484

Carole French DiSanto

William L Lawrence 
S/o Grover L and Georgia Lewis Lawrence
h/o Helen Unknown
Navy

Gene Martin

NOAH H MASON
Army 1952, 1953, 1954

Noah Mason

James Howard Siler 
S/o Virgil and Bertha Durham Siler
h/o Elizabeth Naylor
Army

Gene Martin

Ivan L. Singleton
born in Lincoln Co. KY
U.S. Army

 Sherry Emerson Crabtree

CPL JOHN THOMPSON JR.
Enlisted in U.S. ARMY: August, 1947
Honorably Discharged: January, 1953
45th Infantry Division, 179th Infantry Regiment
Presently Living at New Castle, IN

Gary Allen Mitchell

James Ray VanWinkle
born in Crab Orchard, Lincoln County,
Kentucky - Parents were Henry Frank and LaVina Louise (Wilson) VanWinkle

Alma Hix

Floyd H Wrenn

Barb Rice

Robert R Wren
Army

Evelyn Wren Hegener

U.S. MILITARY PERSONNEL WHO DIED FROM HOSTILE ACTION (INCLUDING MISSING AND CAPTURED) IN THE KOREAN WAR, 1950-1957    
                    submitted by:  Carole French DiSanto

CAUDILL RALPH K

CPL

ARMY

LINCOLN

KENTUCKY

27 NOV 1950

DIED WHILE MISSING

COLEMAN GROVER W

SGT

ARMY

LINCOLN

KENTUCKY

20 NOV 1951

KILLED IN ACTION

GARNER LESTER R

PVT

ARMY

LINCOLN

KENTUCKY

20 JUL 1950

KILLED IN ACTION

MC COWAN RICHARD C

PVT

ARMY

LINCOLN

KENTUCKY

12 FEB 1951

DIED WHILE MISSING

OLIVER JAMES C

CPL

ARMY

LINCOLN

KENTUCKY

06 OCT 1951

KILLED IN ACTION

ROBERTS WILLIAM J

PVT

ARMY

LINCOLN

KENTUCKY

13 OCT 1951

KILLED IN ACTION

SMITH MARVIN W

PFC

ARMY

LINCOLN

KENTUCKY

06 JUN 1951

KILLED IN ACTION

THOMPSON CLARENCE

PVT

ARMY

LINCOLN

KENTUCKY

05 SEP 1950

KILLED IN ACTION

For persons who died while missing or captured, the date of casualty is the date died or declared dead (e.g. date of a finding of death), not the date declared missing or captured.

 

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