John Daly

[1 MAY 1932 - E1 - 20488 - 13 AUG 1956]

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John Daly Grave
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery -
Plot: Sec: 6 - Site: 5011-2



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John Daly and parent's graves in a row - east side of Roosevelt Drive.



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E-1 Firsties - 1st Row: Nidever - Olive - McNair - Lapham (CO) - Nordlie - Cathey - Keegan - 2nd Row: Dugan - Burrus - Norm Smith - 3rd Row: Daly - Strati - Muller - 4th Row: Blahuta - Arthur - 5th Row: Ralls - Hinrichs - Richie Johnson - Singer - Coleman



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E-1 Plebes - 1st Row: D. Macdonald - Leaver - Dugan - Daly - Schriefer - Burrus - 2/3 Row: Blahuta - Coleman - Hinrichs - Singer - Strati - 4/5 Row: Nordlie - R. Johnson - Wuerz - N. Smith - Kirk - 6/7 Row: McNair - Olive - Keegan - Ralls - Lapham - Cathey - Muller - Nidever



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John Colford Daly, Jr.

John Colford Daly, Jr. was born on 1 May 1932 in Kansas. He had a presidential appointment to West Point and entered on 3 July 1951. He was in Company E1 and graduated on 7 June 1955. He was commissioned in the US Air Force.


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Date sent: Sun, 15 FEB 2009 06:36:39,0500
To: usma55bus@west-point.org
From: -w "wwelter@cox.net"
Subject: usma55bus: SEEKING INFORMATION ABOUT DALY
Copies to: baileywl@earthlink.net, rockpile@redshift.com

At 08:33 PM 2/14/2009, William L. Bailey wrote:

I'm seeking information on John C. Daly, class of '55, whose godfather was Gen. Jonathan M. Wainright.

The 7/27/01 eulogy by Judge Robert M. Hinrichs of that class had no e-mail so I'm writing you.

I did gardening in high school in the early 60's for Col. John C. & Carol Daly of Kent Place, Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Daly talked about her late son Johnny and said his godfather was Gen. Wainright. Her grandfather was Union cavalry Gen. Alvan C. Gillem who in 1873 led the 1st Cavalry against the Modoc Indians. Camp Gillem in Lava Beds National Monument in northern Calif. is named for him.

I was in Personnel with the 1st Air Cav in Vietnam 1969, 70. For a speech this month for Oregon's 150th anniversary I mentioned the Modoc War and Mrs. Daly's connection. Would anyone in the class of '55 have documentation for Johnny's godfather? Mrs. Daly attended the Episcopal church at the top of Monticello Blvd. in Alexandria.

Respectfully,

William L. Bailey
6114 NE 35th Pl.
Portland, OR 97211
971-219-0725


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