S. C. Killed, Wounded Men Are Listed

The Department of Defense today announced the following casualties in the Korean area:

Killed In Action

Pvt. William J. White, Jr., son of William J. White, Sr., Georgetown avenue, Naval Base.

Pfc. Arthur D. Richards, son of Mrs. Jessie C. Richards, 870 Melton street, Spartanburg.

Pfc. Hubert Rochester, son of Mrs. Sally Rochester, Rt. 2, Travelers.

Wounded

ARMY

Pfc, Robert L. Grant, son of Mrs. Eva Grant, 834 Hampton street, Laurens.

Sergeant 1-C Truby E. Thornton, Jr., son of Truby E. Thornton, Sr., Box 74, Hardeeville.

Pfc. Robert G. Albertson, son of Jordan Pickens Albertson, Newry.

1st. Lieut William H. Estery, Jr., husband of Mrs. Jane A. Estery, 5445 Forest drive, Columbia.

Pfc. Bobbie L. Smith, son of Mrs. Evan H. Watts, Route 2, Blaney.

2nd. Lieut. George Wright, grandson of Mrs. Adaline Chisholm, 808 Bladen street, Beaufort.

MARINE CORPS

Pfc. Thomas D. Garrett, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Garrett, 208 Garvin street, Pickens.

Pfc. Edward Lee Linder, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Minnie Linder, Cowpens.

Second Lieut, Victor A. Salvo, Jr., husband of Mrs. Victor A. Salvo, Jr., 230 Sumter street, Charleston.

Injured

Pfc. Quinton Mack, son of Mrs. Alma Mack, Route 1, New Brooklyn Section, Orangeburg.

October 11, 1950  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  Columbia, South Carolina
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