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SACKENHEIM
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  • Earl A. Sackenheim (1931-2009) - US Air Force, Korea
    • grave at Greenwood Cemetery, Hamilton
    • Earl A. "Sockie" Sackenheim, The Western Star, Lebanon, Ohio, Thursday August 27, 2009
      "He served his country in the U S Air Force with honor during the Korean War."
SALTSGAVER
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  • Robert E. Saltsgaver (1931-1993) - BMSN, US Navy, Korea
SCHLEEHAUF
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SCHMIDT
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  • James J. Schmidt (c1929-2009) - Korean War Veteran
    • Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday April 1, 2009
SCHOONOVER
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  • Robert Donald Schoonover 1930-1975) - Staff Sergeant, US Marine Corps
SCHRIMPF
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  • Charles Francis Schrimpf D.O. (1928-2014) - US Air Force, Korea
    • Anderson Funeral Homes Website accessed 12 February 2014
      " . . . Charles served in the U. S. Air Force during the Korean War. . . ."
SCHUYLER
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  • Billy Leo Schuyler (c1930-2010)
    • "Schuyler," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Saturday, April 17 2010, page C6
      "Korea . . ."
SCYPHERS
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  • Jacob C. Scyphers (1932-1970) - Virginia, Sergeant First Class, Battery D 174 Artillery, Korea
SEELEY
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  • George H. Seeley (1929-2012) - US Army Air Corps, 82nd Airborne Screaming Eagles, World War II & Korea
    • grave at Lebanon Cemetery
    • Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 10 Nov 2012
      " . . . Born in Bushton, IL on July 29, 1929 to Robert H. & Lula (nee: Hobbs) Seeley, he served in the U.S. Army Air Corps 82nd Airborne Screaming Eagles during World War II and the Korean Conflict. Mr. Seeley retired from Roadway Express in the mid 1980’s after nearly 30 years of service. He was a lifetime member of Lebanon V.F.W., a member of Lebanon Lodge #26 F. & A.M. and the D.A.V. . . ."
SENNE
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SHAFFER
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  • Everett L. Shaffer (c1929-2009)
    • Burial: Woodside Cemetery
    • Everett L. Shaffer Obituary, The Middletown (Ohio) Journal Monday January 12, 2009
      "He was in the Army Reserve and served in the Korean War"
SHARP
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SHARTS
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SHEDDEN
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  • Fred T. Shedden (1928-2011) - US Marine Corps, Korea
    • "Fred Shedden," obituary, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, Sunday, November 20, 2011
      " . . . Fred was born on December 17, 1928 in Dayton, Ohio and was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War. . . ."
SHELEY
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SHERWOOD
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  • William Edwards Sherwood (1922-1958) - Ohio Capt 3500 Airbase GP AF World War II & Korea; AM & 10 OLC
SHORT
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SHUMARD
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  • Donald A. Shumard (c1932-1990) - US Army, Korea & Vietnam
    • grave at Woodside Cemetery, Middletown, Butler County, Ohio
    • "Donald Shumard," obituary, unnamed paper dated 28 Feb 1990 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . Burial will be at Woodside Cemetery in Middletown with full military rites by the color guard from Fort Knox, Ky.
      " The Cincinnati native had been an Army career serviceman for 22 years, retiring in 1969. He served in the Korean and Vietnam wars. . . ."
SHUMWAY
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  • Lloyd Kelson Shumway (1935-1993) - PFC, US Marine Corps, Korea
    • The gravestone shown was photographed in Rose Hill Cemetery, Section A4 Lot 294 or 295 as part of the Adam Anthony Eagle Scout Project. It has since been removed from the cemetery. Current location is not known.
      The inscription reads
      Lloyd Kelson Shumway
      PFC US Marine Corps
      Korea
      Feb 24 1935 - Apr 25 1993
SILCOX
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  • Leon Silcox (1929-2011) - US Army Air Corps, World War II & Korea
    • grave at Rose Hill Cemetery
    • Photo: Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website
    • "Leon Silcox," obituary, The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, June 16, 2011, page B2
      " . . . He was a proud U.S. Air Force veteran of WWII and the Korea War and a 32* Mason with the E.T. Carson Masonic Lodge in Cincinnati, Ohio. . . ."
SIMMONS
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SMITH
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  • Cleon Smith (1930-1955) - Ohio Sergeant 66 Medical Tank EN
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  • Gerald Marvin Smith Sr. (1935-1995) - US Air Force 1945-1958
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  • James E. Smith (1932-1992) - US Army Korea
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  • Leonard Jesse Smith (1920-1972) - Staff Sergeant, US Army, World War II, Korea & Vietnam
    • grave at Woodhill Cemetery - Sec 7 Lot 10-2
    • "Largest Draft Call Sends 101 Men To Army," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday, January 7, 1943, pages 1A & 3A
    • "S/Sgt. Leonard J. Smith," obituary, The Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, December 13, 1927
      " . . . The Franklin native served 22 1/2 years with the United States Army, retiring in 1970. He was an engineereing specialist and a veteran of World War II. . . ."
   
  • Richard D. Smith (1932-2013) - US Army, Korea
    • grave at Centerville Cemetery, Lees Creek, Ohio
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 15 Aug 2013
      " . . . He enlisted in the United States Army, stationed at Camp Pickett in Blackstone, Virginia. He served during the Korean War. . . ."
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SNODDY
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SOHN
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  • Raymond M. Sohn (c1927-2012) - World War II & Korea
    • grave at Arlington Memorial Gardens
    • Photo: "Sohn," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Tuesday, March 27, 2012, page B3.
      "WW II; KOREA"
SOMMER
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  • John Joseph Sommer (1928-2003) - US Army, Korea
    • photo of gravestone at Lebanon Cemetery - Interment #? in Sec J Lot 21-4 on 17 Jul 2002
    • "John Joseph Sommer," obituary, Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), July 17, 2003
      ". . . veteran of the Korean Conflict . . ."
SPEARS
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  • Millard Lee Spears (1929-2005) - US Army, Korea
    • photo of gravestone at Woodhill Cemetery -  Sec 15 Lot 328
    • "Millard Spears," obituary, Franklin (Ohio) Chronicle, March 10, 2005
      " . . . He was retired from Appleton Paper Co. after 30 years of service ans was an Army vetera, having served during the Korean War. . . ."
SPENCER
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SPICER
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  • Ollie James Spicer (1930-1989) - Staff Sergeant, US Air Force, Korea
SPRADLING
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SPROAT
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  • Benjamin F. Sproat (1922-2012) - US Marine Corps, World War II and Korea
    • grave at Springboro Cemetery
    • "Benjamin F. Sproat," obituary, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, Saturday, June 30, 2012, page B5.
      " . . . He served in the Marine Corps in World War II and the Korean War and in 1997 was Grand Marshall of the Springboro Memorial Day parade. . . ."
STACEY
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STAMPER
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STANIFER
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STANLEY
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  • Harold Raymond Stanley (1932-1997)
    • photo of gravestone at Miami Cemetery - Interment #9433 of Harold Raymond Stanley in Sec S Lot 3-3 on 11 Jan 1997
    • "Harold Stanley," obituary, unnamed paper dated 15 Jan 1997 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      " . . . He was a 1951 graduate of Waynesville High School, served in the Army Green Berets during the Korean Conflict. . . ."
STARKEY
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STATES
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  • Douglas States (1932-1950) - PFC Co C 5 Marines 1 Mar Division, Korea; Purple Heart
    • photo of gravestone at Deerfield Cemetery - Section F Lot 53 Grave F
    • "Youth Entered the Marine Corps At Age of 16," obituary, unnamed paper dated 28 Dec 1950 on file at the Warren County Genealogical Society
      "The Defense Department has notified Mrs. Georgia Roberts of South Lebanon, that her son, Pfc. Douglas States, 19, serving with the Marine Corps, was killed in Korea on November 30.
      Pfc. States enlisted in the Marine Corps when 16 years of age and went to Japan in August, later he was transferred to Korea. He was serving with the 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Division.
      A picture of Pfc. States appeard recently in Life magazine showing a group of Marines in Korea.
      The telegram received by MRs. Roberts was sent by C. G. Cates, General, USMC."
STEPHENS
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STEWART
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STILLMAN
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  • Allyn Stillman (1927-2010) - Merchant Marines & US Army, Korea
    • Photo: Stine Kilburn Funeral Home Website
    • "Allyn Stillman," obituary, Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, January 2, 2011, page B8
      " . . . Allyn was a Merchant Marine and US Army Veteran and served during the Korean War. . . ."
STONEKING
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  • Donald James Stoneking (1931-2013) - US Air Force, Korea
    • grave at Springboro Cemetery
    • Anderson Funeral Homes website accessed 7 Nov 2013
      " . . . Donald served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War, was a current member of both the VFW and American Legion. . . ."
STORIE
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  • Foiest Walden Storie (1931-2011) - US Army, Korea
STOUT
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  • Henry D. Stout (c1931-2011) - US Army, Korea
    • Photo: "Henry D. Stout," obituary, The Dayton (Ohio) Daily News, Saturday, April 30, 2011, page A9
      " . . . Henry served in the U. S. Army during the Korean War and also lived in Colorado for 12 wonderful years. . . ."
STOUTENBOROUGH
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  • Robert L. Stoutenborough (c1930-2009)
    • Burial: Woodside Cemetery
    • Robert L. Stoutenborough Obituary, The Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Sunday January 11, 2009
      "He graduated 1st from Officers Candidate School, and served our country as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Army during the Korean War."
STRAIN
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STRUNK
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STURGILL
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  • James Sturgill (1932-2012) - US Army, Korea
SULLIVAN
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  • Harold Louis Sullivan (1926-2013) - US Army
    • grave at Rose Hill Cemetery
    • Photo: Hoskins Funeral Homes Website accessed 5 Dec 2013
      " . . . He is a member of the Harveysburg Masonic Lodge #312, a United States Army Veteran and a card carrying member of the NRA . . . ."
SUTHERLAND
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  • Dallas Sutherland (1931-2006) - Corporal, US Army, Korea
SWENEY
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  • Wilbur E. Sweney (1928-1951) - Private, Company B, 32nd Infantry 7th Division Korean War
    • photo of gravestone at Springboro Cemetery
    • "Sweney In Service Three Months", unnamed paper dated 1 Feb 1951
      "... Pvt. Wilbur Sweney, 22, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sweney, of Lebanon, Route 2, who had been wounded in action in Korea, died January 16, in a hospital in Japan. Pvt. Sweney had been in service only three months and three days, his family reports. He is the third Warren countian to die in the Korean conflict. He left Lebanon October 13 for induction.
      "Besides his parents, Pvt. Sweney is survived by two brothers, Orville, of Lebanon, and Floyd of Dayton; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Pearl Hill of Franklin and a great-grandmother, Mrs. Emma Simpkins, also of Franklin."
    • "Victim of Korean Campaign Buried; Military Rites for Pvt. Wilbur Sweney Last Wednesday" unnamed paper dated 15 Mar 1951
      "Services for Pvt. Wilbur E. Sweney, 22, who died in Japan in January from wounds received in Korea were conducted last Wednesday at 3:15 p.m. in the Reformed Church in Springboro. The Rev. Jerome Shuls was in charge and burial was in the Springboro Cemetery.
      "Private Sweney is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Sweney, of the Lebanon-Springboro Road, two brothers, Orville of Lebanon and Floyd of Dayton; his maternal grandmother Mrs. Pearl Hill of Franklin and his maternal great-grandmother Mrs. Emma Simkins, also of Franklin.
      "He entered the service last October and was sent overseas in November. He arrived in Japan in December and then sent to Korea and injured in January. He had previously served for early a year in the armed forces.
      He was a member of the American Motorcycle Club of Middletown. He attended the Weaver Trade School in Dayton and was employed as a polisher at the Frigidaire."

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