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Korean War

The Korean War, occurring between June 25, 1950 and a ceasefire on July 27, 1953, was a civil war between the states of North Korea and South Korea that were created out of the post-World War II Soviet and American occupation zones in Korea, with large-scale participation by other countries.

The principal support on the side of the North Korean communists was the People’s Republic of China, with limited assistance by Soviet Combat Advisors, military pilots, and weapons. South Korea was supported by United Nations (UN) forces, principally from the United States, although many other nations also contributed personnel. When conflicts began, North and South Korea existed as provisional governments competing for control over the Korean peninsula after the Division of Korea.

Note: The above info is from Wikipedia


The list below are the soldiers from Cabell County, WV.
that were killed in the Korean War.

COLUMN # 1   COLUMN # 2
     
ADKINS,  Fletcher    McNEELY,  Guy W. 
BALL,  Cecil R.    MEADOWS,  Andrew J. 
BARTRAM,  James C.    MILLER,  Jack H.  (Jr.)
BELLFLOWER,  Edward    MITCHELL,  Delford 
BLACK,  William G.    MITCHELL,  Raymond E. 
BOWEN,  James R.   NASH,  Daniel C. 
BROOKS,  Edgar C. (Jr.)   RAMEY,  Homer F. 
BROWNING,  James E.    ROACH,  Charles E. 
CLATWORTHY,  Robert    SCITES,  Clifton E. 
DICKMAN,  Mark W.    SHARP,  Oral R. 
ESQUE,  Paul A.    SHAW,  Robert E. 
FARLEY,  Homer C.    SHEPARD,  James R. 
FISEHER,  Clyne C.    STALNAKER,  Robert E. 
FRASER,  John D.    STEED,  Larry R. 
GRAYBEAL,  David A.    THOMPSON,  Clarence 
JOHNSON,  George W.    VAUGHN,  Orville L. 
LEWIS,  Lawrence L.    WHITMORE,  Donald R. 
LINKOUS,  Golden W.    WOLFORD,  Billy 
MADDY,  Walter E.     

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