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PETERSEN Maun Tyre[1, 2]

Male 1923 - 1950  (27 years)


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  • Name PETERSEN Maun Tyre 
    Born 25 Mar 1923  Preston, White Pine, Nevada, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 25 Nov 1950  Korea Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I13927  Main Tree
    Last Modified 26 Mar 2021 

    Father PETERSEN Andrew Lathrop,   b. 29 May 1896, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Aug 1989, Of Ely White Pine, Nevada, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 93 years) 
    Mother WINDOUS Violet,   b. 2 Mar 1897, Moroni, Sanpete, Utah, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Dec 1982  (Age 85 years) 
    Married 2 Apr 1917  Ely, White Pine, Nevada, United States Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F331  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family CHRISTIANSEN Gwen,   b. 10 Mar 1925,   d. 17 May 2020  (Age 95 years) 
    Married 2 Oct 1943 
    Children 
     1. PETERSEN Maun Tyre,   b. 24 Apr 1944, White Pine, Nevada, United States Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Mar 2020, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
     2. Living
     3. Living
    Last Modified 12 May 2021 
    Family ID F7566  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • 1 _FSFTID KWCT-VVT


      1 _FSFTID KWCT-VVT


      1 _FSFTID KWCT-VVT


      Thirty-four Nevadans were killed in action or died while missing, wounded or captured during and after the Korean War. As listed in alphabetical order in the casualty record of the Secretary of Defense, they are:

      • George C. Arnold, Army private from Washoe County, killed in action on July 27, 1950.

      • Robert H. Atha, Army private first class, Lincoln County, died while missing Feb. 13, 1951.

      • Edward Benavidez, Army sergeant first class, White Pine County, killed in action on April 25, 1951.

      • Robert L. Bounds, Army sergeant from Clark County, died while captured Nov. 28, 1950.

      • Richard A. Bowler, Army private first class from Clark County, killed in action on Nov. 28, 1951.

      • Howard Duncan Campbell Jr., Marines captain from Babbitt, killed in action on June 14, 1952.

      • Adelbert Conover, Army private first class from Washoe County, killed in action on Nov. 17, 1950.

      • Felipe Corujo, Army private first class from Churchill County, killed in action on April 5, 1952.

      • Curtis L. Dale, Army private from Mineral County, killed in action on Nov. 25, 1951.

      • Melvin J. Dave, Army corporal from Elko County, killed in action on Sept. 2, 1950.

      • Marion V. Dean, Army private first class from Ormsby, killed in action on Jan. 8, 1953.

      • John W. Dewerff, Army private first class from Clark County, killed in action on Sept. 1, 1951.

      • Lewis M. Firey, Army private first class from Washoe County, killed in action on July 22, 1953.

      • Eugene Francovich, Army first lieutenant from Washoe County, killed in action on June 2, 1951.

      • James B. Friel, Army private from Nye County, killed in action on July 23, 1952.

      • Robert T. Glakeler, Air Force staff sergeant from Las Vegas, died while missing July 16, 1950.

      • Francis E. Harrison, Army private from Eureka, died while missing July 16, 1950.

      • Lloyd J. Henley, Army sergeant from Washoe County, killed in action on Oct. 25, 1951.

      • Arthur William Hoult, Air Force staff sergeant from Lamoille, died while missing March 31, 1954.

      • Clarence A. James, Army sergeant from Washoe County, killed in action on July 27, 1950.

      • Carl W. Johnson, Army private from Mineral County, killed in action on July 27, 1950.

      • Danny J. Keogh, Army private from Washoe County, killed in action on March 17, 1953.

      • James E. Lowery, Army private from Clark County, killed in action on Jan. 20, 1951.

      • Robert W. Morton, Army second lieutenant from Washoe County, killed in action on Oct. 10, 1951.

      • John Nevers Jr., Marines private first class from Carson City, killed in action on Sept. 1, 1952.

      • Richard A. Nixon, Army sergeant from Mineral County, killed in action on Nov. 30, 1950.

      • Stanley D. Osborne, Army first lieutenant from Washoe County, killed in action on July 17, 1953.

      • Maun T. Petersen, Army first lieutenant from White Pine County, killed in action on Nov. 25, 1950.

      • David E. Pursley, Army private first class from Elko County, died while missing July 14, 1953.

      • Dorrance S. Radcliffe, Marines major from Sparks, died of wounds on Dec. 7, 1950.

      • Frank Ralph Salazar, Air Force first lieutenant from Reno, died while missing Jan. 1, 1954.

      • Charles Sweetwood, Army sergeant from Elko County, killed in action on Sept. 8, 1950.

      • Daniel E. Wain, Army private first class from Washoe County, killed in action on Oct. 3, 1951.

      • Gerald B. Whiterock, Army private from Elko County, killed in action on July 9, 1953.

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      -- MERGED NOTE ------------

      1 _FSFTID KWCT-VVT


      Thirty-four Nevadans were killed in action or died while missing, wounded or captured during and after the Korean War. As listed in alphabetical order in the casualty record of the Secretary of Defense, they are:

      • George C. Arnold, Army private from Washoe County, killed in action on July 27, 1950.

      • Robert H. Atha, Army private first class, Lincoln County, died while missing Feb. 13, 1951.

      • Edward Benavidez, Army sergeant first class, White Pine County, killed in action on April 25, 1951.

      • Robert L. Bounds, Army sergeant from Clark County, died while captured Nov. 28, 1950.

      • Richard A. Bowler, Army private first class from Clark County, killed in action on Nov. 28, 1951.

      • Howard Duncan Campbell Jr., Marines captain from Babbitt, killed in action on June 14, 1952.

      • Adelbert Conover, Army private first class from Washoe County, killed in action on Nov. 17, 1950.

      • Felipe Corujo, Army private first class from Churchill County, killed in action on April 5, 1952.

      • Curtis L. Dale, Army private from Mineral County, killed in action on Nov. 25, 1951.

      • Melvin J. Dave, Army corporal from Elko County, killed in action on Sept. 2, 1950.

      • Marion V. Dean, Army private first class from Ormsby, killed in action on Jan. 8, 1953.

      • John W. Dewerff, Army private first class from Clark County, killed in action on Sept. 1, 1951.

      • Lewis M. Firey, Army private first class from Washoe County, killed in action on July 22, 1953.

      • Eugene Francovich, Army first lieutenant from Washoe County, killed in action on June 2, 1951.

      • James B. Friel, Army private from Nye County, killed in action on July 23, 1952.

      • Robert T. Glakeler, Air Force staff sergeant from Las Vegas, died while missing July 16, 1950.

      • Francis E. Harrison, Army private from Eureka, died while missing July 16, 1950.

      • Lloyd J. Henley, Army sergeant from Washoe County, killed in action on Oct. 25, 1951.

      • Arthur William Hoult, Air Force staff sergeant from Lamoille, died while missing March 31, 1954.

      • Clarence A. James, Army sergeant from Washoe County, killed in action on July 27, 1950.

      • Carl W. Johnson, Army private from Mineral County, killed in action on July 27, 1950.

      • Danny J. Keogh, Army private from Washoe County, killed in action on March 17, 1953.

      • James E. Lowery, Army private from Clark County, killed in action on Jan. 20, 1951.

      • Robert W. Morton, Army second lieutenant from Washoe County, killed in action on Oct. 10, 1951.

      • John Nevers Jr., Marines private first class from Carson City, killed in action on Sept. 1, 1952.

      • Richard A. Nixon, Army sergeant from Mineral County, killed in action on Nov. 30, 1950.

      • Stanley D. Osborne, Army first lieutenant from Washoe County, killed in action on July 17, 1953.

      • Maun T. Petersen, Army first lieutenant from White Pine County, killed in action on Nov. 25, 1950.

      • David E. Pursley, Army private first class from Elko County, died while missing July 14, 1953.

      • Dorrance S. Radcliffe, Marines major from Sparks, died of wounds on Dec. 7, 1950.

      • Frank Ralph Salazar, Air Force first lieutenant from Reno, died while missing Jan. 1, 1954.

      • Charles Sweetwood, Army sergeant from Elko County, killed in action on Sept. 8, 1950.

      • Daniel E. Wain, Army private first class from Washoe County, killed in action on Oct. 3, 1951.

      • Gerald B. Whiterock, Army private from Elko County, killed in action on July 9, 1953.

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