LEWIS A LOCKERSON
Lewis A . Lockerson - submitted by Sharon M. Gracia
Corporal Lewis Albert Lockerson Skippy born in Phila,Pa.June 22 1932 His Father Louis Clayton Lockerson His Mother Mildred Julia Treen Lockerson .He had 2 brothers Earl W. and Harry J. and 5 Sisters Ruth,Mildred,Joan,Ellen and Violet.He was tall, lean, had golden hair and was very handsome.My Family never realy got over the loss.He was  only 19 when he died. He was in the U.S. Army and was Killed on Hill 412 in a place called KOREA on February 11 1951.We have his Silver Star and Purple Heart, the black leather boxes old and fraying and A letter giving brief details of his heroic effort.They say hes in Beverly cemetary but Ive never been.My family can not handle the emotional burden of such A visit.I never met him I am his neice.I bet he was wonderful.GOD BLESS ALL SOLDIERS IN ALL BRANCHES AND THE FAMILIES.
HONORARY IN MEMORIUM PAGE - KOREA
Korean Memorial
HOMETOWN: PHILADELPHIA , PA
RANK: CPL
BRANCH: Army
WAR: Korea
DATE OF DEATH: February 11, 1951
LOCATION OF DEATH: Korea
map of Korea region
(not actual casualty location)

KILLED IN ACTION
Corporal Lewis Albert Lockerson Skippy born in Phila,Pa.June 22 1932 His Father Louis Clayton Lockerson His Mother Mildred Julia Treen Lockerson .He had 2 brothers Earl W. and Harry J. and 5 Sisters Ruth,Mildred,Joan,Ellen and Violet.He was tall, lean, had golden hair and was very handsome.My Family never realy got over the loss.He was only 19 whe read more
- - - Sharon M. Gracia
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