Sergeant Boyd Thomas Teague © Hammon Advocate 16 Nov 1950 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Tech-Sergeant Boyd Teague, 27 years, was recently killed in battle in Korea on November 11, 1950.
Sergeant Teague had been in the Korean war since August 1950.
He enlisted in the Army ten years ago, serving in the Pacific during World War II; after being wounded he was stationed in California.
Boyd Thomas Teague was born November 30, 1921 and lived near Moorewood during his boyhood attending the Texmo school.
His last home was at Orange, California, where Mrs. Teague and their 2 year-old daughter, Linda Jo now live.
Survivors are his father, Charles Teague of California; his mother, Mrs. Amanda Teague of El Cajon, California; seven brothers, Finis Nelson of Moorewood, Oklahoma; Jim Nelson of Stratford, Oklahoma; Owen Nelson of Dallas, Texas; Ora Nelson of El Cajon, California; Woodrowe Teague of Kansas City, Missouri; Bill Teague of Oakland, California; Frank Teague of California; and one sister, Uda Teague of California.
Sergeant Teague had been in military service the past ten years.
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