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Records of Military Personnel
Who Died as a Result of Hostilities
During the Korean War
For St. Martin Parish, Louisiana

Transcribed by: Lynn Tooley

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Records of Military Personnel Who Died as a Result of Hostilities During the Korean War, documenting the period January 1, 1950 - February 7, 1957.

This series contains selected descriptive data about U.S. military personnel who died by hostile means (i.e. battle deaths) as a result of combat duty in the Korean War. The data were usually extracted from Department of Defense Form 1300 (Report of Casualty) as well as from each of the four military services of the Department of Defense. The variables available from each casualty record include: Military Service Branch, Country of Casualty (always Korea), Casualty Group, File Reference Number, Name of Casualty, Processing Date, Service Number, Military Grade or Rank, Pay Grade, Date of Casualty, Service Component, Home of Record, Birth Date, Cause of Casualty, Aircraft Involvement(air/non-air casualty), Race, Sex, and Citizenship. The majority of the records have no meaningful data in the "cause of casualty" or "air/non- air casualty" variable. The series lists as the home of record the county for those casualties in the Army and lists as the home of record the city, town, or municipality and parish for those casualties in the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.

Military Service
Name of CasualtyService
Date Died
Declared Dead
Home of Record
ParishStateBirth Date
U S ARMY BROUSSARD WOODROW 20459825 9/2/1950 - ST MARTIN Louisiana 18 Caucasian
U S ARMY CASTILLE MELVIN M 18281539 11/28/1950 - ST MARTIN Louisiana 31 Caucasian
U S ARMY COURVILLE SIMILIAN 18284010 8/9/1950 - ST MARTIN Louisiana 30 Caucasian
U S ARMY MASON BURKE J 38621552 5/30/1951 - ST MARTIN Louisiana 26 Caucasian