William Troy

Medal of Honor recipient William Troy (1848 – March 8, 1907) entered service in the US Navy from Massachusetts as a United States Navy sailor. For bravery in action during the 1871 Korean Expedition he received the Medal of Honor on June 11, 1871. He was part of the party that rescued the mortally wounded Hugh McKee at Citadel Korea and was himself wounded and specifically commended by the Lieutenant.

Originally buried at the Stockton State Hospital Cemetery, his remains were moved to the San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery (Section M-1, Grave 53) in Santa Nella Village, Merced County, California. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Troy, William, 1903-1961,
Published: [New Brunswick, N.J.] : Rutgers University Press, [1967]

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by Troy, William, 1903-1961.
Published: [New Brunswick, N.J.] Rutgers University Press [1967]

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by Troy, William, 1903-1961.
Published: [New Brunswick, N.J.] Rutgers University Press [1967]

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by Troy, William, 1903-1961.
Published: [New Brunswick, N.J.] Rutgers University Press [1967]

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by Troy, William, 1903-1961.
Published: [New Brunswick, N.J.] Rutgers University Press [1967]

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by Troy, William, 1903-1961.
Published: [New Brunswick, N.J.] Rutgers University Press [1967]

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by Troy, William, 1903-1961.
Published: [New Brunswick, N.J.] Rutgers University Press [1967]

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by Troy, William, 1903-1961.
Published: [New Brunswick, N.J.] Rutgers University Press [1967]

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by Bellow, Saul.
Published: Bennington, Vt. : Bennington College, 1987.
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