Master Sargent Shupp
My wife's father, Howard M. Shupp,MSG US Army was killed in 1952, by
Chinese Guerilla's. He was listed MIA for seven years and the family
would like more info about his unit friends and death. Any
suggestions and where to start?
Vietnam Vet and Proud of It.
(more from KWP)
Shupp, Howard M. Jr.
Grade Master Sgt.
Place South Korea
Cas MIA Declared Dead
Unit 7th of the First Cav Division Infantry
Sir: I would appreciate any info you may be able to obtain
concerning my uncle William David Nash of
It is my understanding that he was wounded in Korea (possibly several
times) but I've never been able, nor has any other family members, to
get him to relate his experiences to me.
I'm a Viet-Nam vet and would like to help him open up on his
experiences after all this while.
(more from KWP)
Here is the core data from the Dept. of Army Casualty List which
lists all Casualties.
Nash, William D
RA-14332567 (regular Army)
Grade: SFC (Sgt First Class)
Date of cas: 07/02/51
Type of cas: WIA , Return to Duty
Place of cas: South Korea
Component: USA Regular (1)
Unit: 7th Cav, 1st Cav Div
On Fri, 6 Jun 1997
David Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
6 N 24th
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
I will be using/contributing to your site, and introducing it to
members of the 7th Cav.
K Company member - ed
Letter to Capt. Flynn
Update: Aug 01, 1998
The 'Assembly Magazine' which is the West Point Alumni journal ran
a two part series by writer Bill McWilliams in Jan and March on the
experience of West Point graduates, especially my class of 1950, in
the Korean War. It used the 7th Cav, K Company, and my experiences in
it, but is broader than that. The Korean War Vets chapter of the 7th
Cav association asked me to put it up on a web site, since they don't
get the magazine. So it is there at:
Sponsor of the Korean War Project
Ralph L. Shaw, 7th Cav.
First let me say that I am absolutely thrilled that I have found this
wonderful resouce. I wish for all those seeking help the best wishes
i can convey.
I am looking for my father: Ralph Leonard Shaw, who, as my mother
has told me served in the 7th Cav.. He is a Canadian
who enlisted at the start of the Korean war. He was born in Burnaby
BC Canada, and he would be approx. 66 years old now. I know that he
was rotated home from Korea to become an instructer for marksmanship
After he left the service he got married, lived in Winnipeg Manitoba
Canada, Vancouver BC Canada, and then was last known to be residing
in Little Rock, Arkansas in approx. 1961-64.
I have heard that he died there due to a relapse of Hepititis that he
originally contracted in Korea. He may have purposely disappeared,
but this has left a huge hole in my life, as I never had the chance
to know him. If anyone has any information on him, whether it be from
the past or the current, please contact me at:
Robert L. Shaw
15649 99B ave.
Phone: (604) 583-5711
My absolute and honest thanks in advance.
Dear Mr. Barker
I am trying to locate Charles Erik or Eric (orginally from the
Altoona, Pa. area.) and Lt. Elsworth P. Lauer Peaches (orginally
from the Chicago).
These men served with my father in Korea from 1950-1951. Also would
be interested in anyone else who served in the 16th Recon. in Korea.
There was an short history of the company that was listed in the
Army's offical history of the War, but I have been unable to locate
it through the Army or the National Archives. I wonder if anyone
could put me in touch with Roy Appleman the author of South to the
Naktong, North to the Yalu. It was not found in his background
papers for the book and I wonder if he might know of where the units
history might be located.
Earl L. Willoughby, Jr. email@example.com
The 16th Recon. was attached to the 1st Cavalry Division
Headquarters, though they were attached to the 7th Cavalry
Regiment while on the Pusan Perimeter.
They had lost their vehicles and were attached to the 7th Cav. as
infantry for a couple of months, before going back in action as a
full fledged Recon. outfit.
The 16th Recon. is a decendant of the 302nd Recon. which was the 1st
Cavalry Division's Recon. Company during the war in the Pacific. They
became the 16th while in Japan, about one year before they were
deployed in Korea.
9:58 PM on 4/2/96 more
Earl is looking for info on the following history:
History of the 16th Reconnaissance Company in Korea, 18 Jul. 1950 -
April 1951 and is listed as such in Mr. Appleman's book, North to
the Naktong, South to the Yalu,
I'am looking for any information on my father.I really don't have alot
of information except for the following.
FIRST NAME: Marian
RANK: Pvt. 1st class
DOB: 09 SEPTEMBER 1931
My father was killed in action in the Korean War. He was from Tenn.
I would appreciate any information that you could provide.
Thank You for your efforts.
Pamela J. Syme
Gower, Marion E.
Svc US Army
Rank PFC E-3
Unit 7th Cav, 1st Cav Div
Cpl. Fred Wardle
firstname.lastname@example.org (Gilbert, Charles A.)
Subject: Cpl. Fred Wardle 7th CAV Korean
Looking for information on my father-in-law Cpl. Fred Wardle US Army
from Eastern Ohio US Army Who served to the best of my knowlege
north of Soul in 1951/52 timeline.
Captain Charles A. Gilbert
Date: Sun, 2 Jun
From: bill collins email@example.com
does the unit breakdown go as far as companies? i was with F Co, 7th
Cav Regt, 1st Cav Div jun 49 to may 51. will i have online blanket
access to the list?
1st Bn, B Company
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 1996
From: Harvey & Traci Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for a Gerald Jerome(?) that served in Korea in 1950. He
served in the 1st Cav Division, 7th Cav Regiment, 1st Battalion,
B-Company, 1st Platoon, 1st Squad. He would be 65 years old at this
time. He served in Korea with a friend of mine. My friend would like
to contact him. My friend name is Richard K. Dowell.
Bob (Snuffy) Gray.
Dear Mr. Barker,
I just stumbled upon your Korean War veterans page. It is most
admirable of you to do this. I am the son of a Veteran. He
started as a buck private in WW II, was battlefield commisioned
in Korea and went on to serve as a Special Forces Captain in the
early days of Viet Nam. He retired as a pretty highly decorated
Major in 1965. Anyway, I know that he and his friends have a
very active organization of Korean Vets and I saw no mention of
it in your pages. They were just down at the Memorial dedication
last week. If you are interested, you might want to contact my
dad by voice (he is not on line) at (914) 621-1613. He lives in
the Hudson Valley. Maybe his org can contribute to your pages.
His name is Bob (Snuffy) Gray. He also has a good friend in CA
named Sui Lee who has a lot of archival info about
their unit(7th Cav.) and its involvement in the conflict. He doesn't
know I have written this to you but I will give him a heads up on it
as soon as I can.
Hats off to you for your fine effort,
7th Cav Company E
From: Jack Meyer email@example.com
Mr. Barker...I'm searching for vets who knew my father in Korea.
He was Sfc Richard E. Pann, killed in action 12 Jul
1951 near Chor'won.
He was in the 7th Cav Company E. I may be able to give you more
information about the precise unit if I know what to look for in his
I would appreciate it if you could point me in the direction I need to
look for help with this search.
It said he was hit by artillery fire at 3:00pm local time near
Chor'won, North Korea. I was hoping to find some of
his army buddies to find out more details of what happened that day.
I don't know much about the entire war, and nothing at all of his
Thank you very much...Jack Meyer.
Pugel - Bronze Star recipient
On Sat, 12 Oct 1996
George Pugel Email address wrote:
Personal_name: george pugel
564 Waverly Rd.
Eastlake, Ohio 44095
I am a patron of the Willoughby-Eastlake Library and have requested
of the reference department any information on my brother, Rudolph
Pugel, who served in the 7th regiment of the first calvary division
during the korean war.
He was killed, and I have information that he received the Bronze
Star medal. I am writing you to confirm that information; also any
information on how he was killed.
Thank you for any information you can give me; it is much appreciated
PFC Edward Richard Curry, U.S. Army Reserve
On Tue, 10 Dec 1996
Looking for information/people who knew my uncle. He was killed in
action on 9 August 1950.
Fox Co / 2nd Bn
On Wed, 11 Dec 1996
Updated: 09 Spt 1999
Liston Peake Email address wrote:
5102 Via Portola
Oceanside, California 92057
Anyone in CO.F, 1st platoon, 7th Reg. 2nd Bn., from 5/51-5/52.
Would love to hear from you! Anyone knowing whereabouts of :
Tony A.Pettine, Cleveland, Oh.
Billy J. Blackstock
Richard W. Early
Warren W. Scott
...or anyone over there at that time.
Yesterday I picked up SFC Seymour Hoppy Harris, a gunner with
Co.H, 23rd Inf. Reg. letter - and wanted to thank him for solving a 46
year old mystery, specifically when he said, you never mentioned
anything about the spotter planes dropping rations and duffle bags with
canteens of water...we were in attack, carrying party couldn't keep up
with us we were moving so fast. We'd gone two days without food.
We came upon what appeared to be a bakery box in the middle of the
pathway. We were very suspicious, but we all stopped and stared at the
box in awe for a few minutes, certain it was booby-trapped. Using long
slender tree limbs, we pushed at the box from some distance, managed to
flip it, and when nothing happened, lifted the lid.
Inside were what appeared to be freshly baked cinnamon rolls! Surely, a
gift from God! We dove on those rolls like the hungry dogfaces we were.
Not long after, we began to suffer from stomach cramps, and were then
convinced that the gooks had poisoned us! But the cramps were because it
had been so long since we'd eaten. I've told this story several times,
wondering where those rolls came from, and now, thanks to Hoppy, I know.
They'd been dropped by spotter planes! Man, those rolls were good!
On Sun, 5 Jan 1997
Richard Priestley firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
923 rockmoss avenue
newark, dl 19711
Am interested in finding any infomation concerning Charles
Haupt who served in the 7th Calvary Regiment C Company
Sept of 1948.
Do you have any record indicating weather this man is alive or not.
If alive, I would like to have the address/phione number if possible
Frank Lutz, Jr. - MIA
On Tue, 3 Dec 1996
Frank Hoopes email@example.com wrote:
Looking for Mr. Frank Lutz, Jr. of Salem, Ohio. He was in the Army,
1st Cav. Division, possibly a corporal.
I am a childhood friend. My address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for any information you might have on Frank.
On Mon, 27 Jan 1997
I am trying to find out what happened to a soldier named
Ervin Dannemiller. He was with the 7th Cavalry Regiment Infantry
1st Cavalry Division. He was my wifes uncle,I am trying to find
out what exactly happened to Ervin.
His mother is 94 years old and not doing to well it has bothered
her for a long time about what happened to her son. Any info you may
be able to provide would be greatly appreciated.
Here is the rest of the info I have on Ervin. He was a PFC E3 his MOS
was 04812 his casualty date was 10-11-1951 in province KN .
Thank you very much,
Raymond J. Graves
On Thu, 23 Jan 1997
Raymond J. Graves email@example.com wrote:
84 PINES RD.
WATERVILLE, ME 04901-3128
Was a former of the 7 th. cav regt stationed in Japan and
KOREA in 1952 53 .
On Fri, 28 Feb 1997
melvin thomas cooper firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Re: Wilbur Eugene (GENE) Utter
US Army C Company, 7th Cav. Regt, 1st Cav Division
Service Number: US 55 063 061
Killed in Action on Nov. 2nd, 1951
Location: Sadong or Sagong (not sure which) North Korea
Died at: Mago-ri, North Korea
Home Town: Rushville, Illinois
I am looking for information about my Uncle Wilbur Eugene ( Gene )
Utter who served with C Company, 7th Cav. Reg., 1st Cav. Div.
My Uncle was killed on Nov. 2nd, 1951. He was killed by a mortar
near a town called Sadong or possibly Sagong. After being wounded
he was then flown by helicopter to a town called Mago-ri which was
located 3 miles east of were he was hit.
I am looking for anyone who might have known him or was with him in
Korea. Also I would be very interested any information about what
kind of operation or battle was taking place when he was killed.
Any information about my Uncle Gene would be greatly appreciated.
E - Mail me at: email@example.com
or phone:217-322-2088 FAX: 217-322-2088
Unit info needed
On Sat, 19 Apr 1997
Gerald E. Herron firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I just received a letter from a 7th Cav. Regt. trooper, asking me for
help in finding the company that three men that were killed in Korea
Can you find the company these men were in?
John R. Christle, Mecker Co. Mn. RA27347982 Pvt. KIA 10/05/51
Sylvester J. Jurek, Carlton Co. Mn. RA16329009 Pvt. KIA 08/16/50
Walter J. Rassat,Wright Co. Mn. Ra17315372 Pvt. KIA 08/19/51
Ed Note: Jerry was with the 5th Cav, Wounded in Action in 51.
2nd Bn/G Co
On Tue, 13 May 1997
William Woods email@example.com wrote:
2733 So. Key Largo Cir.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
Was looking for items pertaining to 7th Cav., 2nd Bat., G Co. during
months of Sept. & Oct. 1951 which were the toughest for our unit.
Didn`t really know one hill from another another. Hill numbers meant
nothing if you didn`t have a map map. Climb up and dig a hole was the
first thing on your mind. Then wait for them to come. What I`ve seen
about the project was very interesting. Thank you.
A S Unit
On Sat, 19 Jul 1997
Harold Gray wrote:
127 ross lane
jackson, nj 08527
I am the sole surviving son of (dec.)Capt. Harold A. Gray.I have been
trying for the past 25 years to find someone who served with my father
in Korea.His Div./Unit Det. was 7th Cav.Div.1300 A.S.Unit Det.#5.
The Div. commander was Brig.Gen.Edward H.Lastayo The Unit
Com. was Major Albert I. Rogers.My father was killed in action on
11 May 1951.While rescuing his wounded soilders he was killed by
enemy machine gun fire after he rescued his wounded solders.
If you served with my father or knew him please get in contact with me.
I do not know anything more about him since he was killed 6 weeks
before I was born.
Please help.Harold Gray
On Wed, 30 Jul 1997
Ronald E. Kodish firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
My dad was in Service Company 7th Calvary regiment 1st calvary
My dad served in the Korean 1st calvary, WW II, and Veitnam. He
had some name of friends from the Korean War that he wanted me to
find on the internet. I found some on people searches but I am not
sure if they are the ones that served in the war with him. So I found
you guys by typing in the Korean War and got all this other info.
My dad does not have access to the internet, but he would love to
hear from you, or maybe add some info about the 1st calvary in the
His name and address is:
Denver D. Mckinney
609 North Main Street
Boonsboro, Md. 21713
Thanks alot and hope to hear from you,
On Thu, 7 Aug 1997
Jim Jackson wrote:
datein: Aug., 1950 dateout: Aug., 1953
I am interested in making contact with anyone who was a member of the
1st Cav. division, 7th Cav. regiment, E company of the 2nd batallion
during the time period of early l951 to late 1951.
Magori, North Korea
On Tue, 19 Aug 1997
Updated: 13 Oct 2002
Mahlon C. Weaver email@example.com
I was a rifleman with G Co. 7th Cav. Reg. from Jan. 51 to Nov 13, 1951.
That day I got hit near Magori, North Korea from enemy artillary while
Is there some way I can obtain a roster of all of of George Company from
Jan. 1, 1951 to Nov. 13, 1951. and a causalty list KIA, MIA, and WIA for
this time period?
Today, I have time and am interested in looking up some old buddies who
made it. I only know of 3 or 4 right now.
Thanks a million.
Mahlon C. Weaver
Phoenix, AZ 85051
e-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
TAPS for William Arthur Craig, CSM (USA-Ret)
From: Robert D Johnson Email address
To: DIV ASSOC 1 CAV email@example.com
Subject: Fw: Florida SABER
Date: Tue, 6 Oct 1998
William Arthur Craig, CSM (USA-Ret) a remarkable man is gone now, and
this world seems a little lessened somehow because he is not a part of
it... a little less wise and great, a little less good and brave. May it
help to know that he will never be forgotten by those whose lives he
May your own cherished memories bring you comfort. Bill was first
notified at the age of sixty, in 1984 that he had cancer and had six
months to live. During this time he was serving the Bahia Shrine as
Commander of the Legion of Honor.
He completed the term of that office, was an active member of the
Central Florida Retirees Council, a member of Elks Lodge 1873,
American Boy Scouts, Association of the U. S. Army, and a 32nd Degree
He became a member of the Board of Governors of the First Cavalry
Division Association, a charter member of the Florida Chapter of First
Cavalry Division Association, holding several offices including
President of the Florida Chapter from 1993 to 1995.
Bill served with honor during World War II, Korea and Vietnam. While
serving with the First Team as the Division Artillery Command Sergeant
Major (Divarty CSM), he was hand picked to serve at General
Westmoreland's Vietnam MAGV CSM.
Bill passed away on September 24, 1998 at the age of eighty. He was
buried in Arlington Cemetery on Monday, October 5, 1998. He is survived
by his wife Evelyn, St. Cloud, FL.; daughters, Gail Faith Krempel, Fort
Meade, MD.; Dawn Craig Hill, Fayetteville, N. C. three grandchildren;
one great-grand child.
The Florida Chapter is accepting donations to their scholarship fund in
Memory of Bill Craig.
Tribute for G Co
Thu, 2 Jul 1998
Subject: Robert C. Kadlec KIA 10/3/51
I knew Robert quite well, at least for a short period before his death.
I was right beside him in our final assault on hill #?. He took a
bullet in his chest and rolled down the hill. We kept going to the top,
but did not succeed to take the hill that day.
Oct 3, 1951 was really rough for G company, 2n bat. I've never heard
much about that day? We lost almost our entire company. We attacked at
about 6:00 am and by 10:00am there were just 12 able bodied men left for
the final assault. The last time I checked the records it showed only 2
soldiers for G Co kia that day. I would like to know the rest of the
story. I was one of the 12.
I know what happened, but never heard the whole story. I survived until
11/3/51 when I was wounded while on patrol and sent home. After spending
3 yrs + in Army and VA hospitals, I was discharged permanent physical
G Co. 7th CAv
On Fri, 29 Aug 1997
Darren Chittick DCHITTICK@ROCKETMAIL.COM wrote:
Indianapolis , IN
My grandmother's brother, Richard Lambert, was killed in
the Korean War. He was awarded the Purple Heart. I
wonder about him often and wonder if anyone knew him
and could perhaps tell me about him. If so, please
e-mail me at the above listed adress.
Thank you for your web site. I very much would have
liked to know Richard, but he gave his life to ensure
the freedom of others and I am proud of him for that.
Darren C. Chittick
From KWP:his full name Richard L. Lambert from Wabash County?
If so, he was kia Aug 10, 1951 and was with the 7th Cav. See our KIA
database and the 7th Cav page.
Charles William Kimbley
On Thu, 25 Sep 1997
david jones firstname.lastname@example.org:
1110 larch st.
raymond, wa 98577
I AM LOOKING FOR INFO ON MY FATHER CHARLES WILLIAM KIMBLEY.I AM TRYING
TO GET SOME INFORMATION ON HIS WAR RECORD OR TIME OF SERVICE-ALL MY DAD
DIED IN 1991 OF A HEART ATTACK.
ALL I KNOW IS HIS DISCHARGE PAPERS SAID HE HAD RECEIVED 4 BRONZE STARS
AND HIS UNIT WAS AWARDED A PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION.ANY INFO WILL BE
On Wed, 15 Oct 1997
Bill Collins email@example.com wrote:
phone: 253 537 1669
Looking for any Koreans that served with the 7th Cavalry Regiment and
specificly for those that served with F Company from July 1950 to May
I ca be reached, Bill Collins at P O Box 816, Buckley, WA 98321 or
firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks Bill
On Thu, 30 Oct 1997
David Wood email@example.com wrote:
phone: (804) 693-0225
Am interested in finding information on my Uncle Joseph E. Wood. He was
KIA 9/4/1950 in Korea in the KS providence. He was 20 yrs old. His rank
His hometown was York County, Virginia. Would appreciate any help in
finding more info, or perhaps anyone who might have served with him.
On Sun, 16 Nov 1997
Royal Bollinger firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
15900 hansonview dr
tavares, fl 32778
Telephone: 352 742 7134
great info on 1st cav and the units.i was in g troop 7th cav 1949
to aug 1950.made the beachhead landing at pohang with g troop.got
wounded 13 aug and again sept 18,1950 i am now president of 7th cav
assoc korean war veteran chapter again i think this is great way to
find lost friends!!!!!!!
Robert A. Finch
On Mon, 24 Nov 1997
Ruby Williams email@example.com wrote:
Rt. 1 Box 350 C6
Sherman, TX 75090
I would like to find out anything I can about my grand-
father, Robert A. Finch. He was in the Army-National Guard
Infantry. I never knew him. He died in the Korean War when my dad was
a child. If you can get any information about him for me and my father,
please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax me at:
Thank you very much.
On Thu, 8 Jan 1998
alfonso escalante Email address wrote:
phone: 562-692 5135
My brother served with k co.7th regt. 1stcav. div His name was
edward j. escalante. He was awarded the Silver Star, He was wounded
somewhere between Aug or sept. 1951 I would like to know of any one
who may have known him. I was with the 17th rct. 7th div. at the
3rd Bn K Co
On Tue, 3 Mar 1998
Mary Kaser Email address wrote:
My husband served in the Army in Korea and would like to know if any
other Korea vets live by us. He was in the heavy fighting so maybe
no one would know his name but its Howard Kaser her is from Ohio
please email me at email@example.com we live in Marysville Calif.
My husband was 1st cav div 7th cav 3rd bn k co 3rd plt. Aug 1950 to
Sep 1951. he would love to talk to you so please e mail
phone: 530 821-4741
C Co 1st BN
On Tue, 28 Apr 1998
Frank Radoslovich Email address wrote:
601 University Avenue, Suite 123
Sacramento, CA 95825
phone: 916 565-8161
fax: 916 565-8170
datein: 7/50 dateout: ?/52
My father, Mike (Matteo) Radoslovich, served with the 7th Cavalry Reg
during the Korean war. He was wounded twice in combat. I think he was
in C Company, 1st Bn. Can any one tell me details concerning him, his
activities in Korea, and some of the engagements he was in?
I'm particularly interest in talking to someone who knew him during the
war. He does not talk about it much, but I would like to know more.
Can anybody help?
On Tue, 28 Apr 1998
Mike Sweet Email address wrote:
191 N. Filmore Rd #2
Coldwater, MI 49036
datein: 1949 dateout: 1951
Looking for Charles Baker,was mechanic in 1st Cav-7th Regt. SV-CO.,
Korea 1949-1951. Please contact Mike Sweet by friends email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or direct by phone:
517-278-3441 If anyone knows Charles Baker that served in
this unit, please forward this information to him,
G Co 2nd Bn
On Sat, 9 May 1998
Raymond G. Thompson Email address wrote:
100 Penz Dr.
Oakwood, IL 61858
Serve with Co.G.2nd Bn.7th Cav.1st Cav Div
On Fri, 2 Oct 1998
Kristy Monahan Email address wrote:
my grandfather was in the Korean War. he is my idol and i'm trying to
help him find anyone that he knew he really wants to contact and talk
His name is PFC John Monahan, from Boston MA. he was in from 1950-1951
A Company 1st Battalion, 7th calvary.
if you can help me id really appreciate it it would mean alot to my
On Sat, 03 Oct 1998
Gerald E. Herron Email address wrote:
I just received a phone call from Mrs. Jacquelyn Ledbetter, asking if I
could try to find someone who knew her husband from the Korean War. His
name was Jack W. Ledbetter he was a 1st Lt. with Co. G 7th Cav. Regt.
1st Cav. Div. he was reported MIA in September1950 at Kunari, North
She is trying to find someone who knew him.
Note: ed note, actual date Nov 10, 1950
On Thu, 12 Nov 1998
BECKY ADCOCK COGHILL Email address wrote:
I'M LOOKING FOR SOMEONE THAT MY UNCLE FOUGHT WITH IN THE KOREAN WAR.
THE PERSON I'M SEARCHING FOR IS:
LOYAL L. GREEN, ROUTE 3, CALDWELL,IDAHO
1ST CALVARY DIVISION
7TH CALVARY REGIMENT
1ST BATTALLION - COMPANY A
KOREN WAR - 1951-1953
MY UNCLE IS MARVIN CLIFTON STEPHENS
ROUTE 3, BOX 128C
COUSHATTA, LA. 71019
MY NAME IS BECKY ADCOCK COGHILL
928 ELMEER AVENUE, METAIRIE,LA. 70005-1612
MY E-MAIL ADDRESS IS: COGHILLCMC@AOL.COM
TELEPHONE (504) 836-6861 AND FAX (504)837-4148
I HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU. MY UNCLE IS SO LOOKING FORWARD TO HEARING
FROM ME OR YOU.
On Thu, 12 Nov 1998
1. WorkEmail address
2. Home: Email address
3069 Windmill Drive
Dayton, Ohio 45432
Work: 255-3230 Ext. 2051
DSN 785-3230 Ext. 2051
Wonderful! I found your page and found my uncle. He was a defender of
hill 314 in the early days of the war. He passed away on September 12,
Any information you may have on this battle we would appreciate. Bud
was in the 7th cavalry, Company L. Most of company L and I died
defending that hill.
We have his Purple Heart but have no information on how he died. We
would love to hear from anyone who knew him. Bud's personal effects
contain a bible, a letter to the family, Purple Heart, and a death
notification letter from Capt. Emanuel Carlson, 7th Cav, Chaplin.
Since I started this search I have amassed a ream of paper detailing the
battle of the Pusan Perimeter, canvassed the family for old letters and
solicited the Army for official documents.
Info on Lt Newman needed.
On Wed, 24 Mar 1999
Jim Email address wrote:
Re: Cecil E. Newman, 1st Lt. KIA Aug/15/1950 (USMA)
Excerpt from dialogue: Thank you very much. The rumor has always been
that he was one of the many captured then executed. His KIA date
coincides with an action the 1st Cav had in which some of the men from
the 5th Cav Regt.. were murdered on Hill 303.
Maybe it is just coincidental, however.
Regards to those who served,
Col. James F. Humphries USA (Ret)
Note: the KWP has confirmed that Lt Newman was with the 7th CAV.