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Cumberland Co., KY name appears on Vietnam Memorial

Comments re article 43888 Joe Hare offers to take photos to Somerset for The Wall Exhibit

Researcher wishes to remain anonymous

I've been able to find the name of only one Cumberland Countian who died in Vietnam, Peytonsburg native/resident Sammy Lee Scott:
Pfc Sammy Lee Scott, Army
B CO, 2ND BN, 2ND INFANTRY, 1ST INF DIV, USARV
Killed in action
May 22, 1968
Panel 66E Line 002 of the Memorial Wall
List made possible by contributor who wished to do so anonymously.

The Vietnam Veterans War Memorial Wall replica in Somerset: In conjunction with the display of the half-scale replica May 9-14, 2011, Kentucky kicks of statewide effort to gather photos of 1,058 native sons on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Kick-off breakfast at The Center for Rural Development, 2292 S. Highway 27, Somerset, KY, at 9:30ET/8:30CT, May 9, 2011



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