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Ivy Otis Baccus
Birth: Jan. 26, 1929
Milam County
Texas, USA
Death: Jul. 16, 1950, North Korea

Casuality Type--Hostile--Killed--North Korea

Korea War

Corporal First Class US ARMY
19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division
Heavy Weapons Infantryman

Awarded: Purple Heart
Combat Infantryman's Badge
Korean Service Medal
United Nations Service Medal
National Defense Service Medal
Korean War Service Medal

Milam County, Texas: List of Honor --
Individuals Who Have Given Their Lives in the
Defense of Their Country from World War I through Vietnam

Ivy Otis Baccus [1] [2]

Corporal, U.S. Army, Korean War

Service No.: 18319795

Born: 26 Jan 1929 at Milam Co., Texas - Note: U.S. Army has date of birth as: 26 Jan 1927

Died: 16 Jul 1950

Age at time of loss: 21 years, 5 months, 21 days

Home of Record: Rockdale, Texas

Race: Caucasian

Marital Status: Single


Attended: Rockdale High School, Rockdale, Texas

Religion: Protestant

Entered Service: 23 Dec 1947

Overseas Duty:

Ship/Unit: Co. F, 19th Infantry Regiment, 24th Infantry Division


Casualty Type: Hostile, killed-in-action

Cause of Death:

Casualty Location:

Soudex Code: B-220

Census: Not available

Parents: Walter Baccus and Lader Carroll Baccus

Brothers: Gordon Lucifer Baccus

Sisters: Amy Rae Baccus

Paternal Grandparents: George Lawrence Baccus and Alice L. Foster

Maternal Grandparents: James Harvey Carroll and Mary Narcissi Baily

Wife: None

Children: None

Burial: 27 Oct 1953, San Antonio National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas (Sec. D, Grave 800A)


Milam County War Memorial:

"Pfc. Ivy Baccus Reported Missing in Korea Friday"

Pfc. Ivy Baccus is the second Rockdale soldier to be reported missing in action in Korea.

The eldest son of Mrs. Vader Baccus of Rockdale, Pfc. Baccus has been reported missing in action since July 16. He was surviving with the 24th Division in Korea.

Family links: 
  Walter Baccus (1911 - 1938)
  Ivy Otis Baccus (1929 - 1950)
  Gordon Louis Baccus (1931 - 1983)*
*Calculated relationship
24 INF Div.
Note: Mother: Vada Carroll
San Antonio National Cemetery
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section D, Site 800-A
Maintained by: Clifton Baccus
Originally Created by: Katy
Record added: Jan 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24194703
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 Added: May. 13, 2015

- Billie Blackstock
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