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They were declared in Missing in Action and then Killed in Action with no word of what happened to them for 63 years. Now, 73 years later, Lt. Eugene Oxford is coming home. Fred was born inPaul inClay inMartha Kate ininfant Annie Elizabeth born September 19, and died two days later on September 21,and Eugene in Eugene and his sister and brothers played and went to school in Pike County.
Eugene was engaged to be married to a Pike County girl named Susan Brown.
This is a bittersweet homecoming, however. Eugene's mother and father and all but one of his siblings passed away without knowing what happened to him in His brother Fred learned about the discovery of "Hot as Hell" on the side of a mountain, but he didn't live to see his brother come home. Notification of the Family The War Department notified the family that Eugene was missing after that January 25, flight.
Charlie and Bessie Oxford received a letter from Matt Quackenbush on February 17, that encouraged them not to give up hope for him.
He said that the fellows of the squadron feel bad that Gene was gone Gene was known as "Ox" in the squadron but that everyone expected to hear news of him every day.
Quackenbush was Gene's navigator and had been with him for all but a few flights. He said that Gene "had not a fault, he is a very good and conscientious Bombardier, always did his job just as it should be done.
On February 17,a letter arrived from the Headquarters of the Fourteenth Air Force that advised Charlie and Bessie that their son had "cheerfully discharged the many duties assigned to him" and that "his loss is keenly felt by his comrades here.
On the morning of February 29,Eugene's brother Clay sent a letter to his parents and sister from where he was stationed in Brazil. He told them that Lt. Matt Quackenbush has been there to visit with him on his way back to the states. Quackenbush had left a week prior and they had learned that the formation had run into bad weather and had to separate because of it, but they didn't know at that time if the crew had stayed with the plane or bailed out of it.
He told Gene's brother that the country there was rough and it would take a while to walk out of it if they had baled out of the plane. He said that the natives would help them out and get them back to camp if that was the case.
Quackenbush also told Clay that Eugene liked to fly and was on most of the missions. Quackenbush told Clay that he would try to see Charlie and Bessie soon and that he sure would like for his parents to meet him.
He also told them that he thought his brother Paul would be back before too much longer and that they were praying and hoping for the best with Eugene. On the afternoon of February 29,Eugene's brother Clay wrote another letter telling his parents that he had talked with another member of Eugene's crew who was "Very encouraging" and told him that he thought Eugene had a good chance to walk out of there and not to give up.Biography.
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