|Camp Cody - Pvt Joseph C. Malloy|
* Scans of Barbara Butler's grandfather at Camp Cody *
History of Pvt. Joseph C. Malloy
Joseph C. Malloy was born February 2, 1899 in Sioux City to Joseph James Malloy (Sioux City fireman) and Charlotte "Lottie" Sheeley Malloy. The Malloy's also had two daughters, Gladys & Lucille. Joseph began working for Armour & Co. when he was about fifteen years old and continued to work there his entire career. He was a master mechanic and retired from the Kansas City plant in about 1961 or 62. At his retirement, he oversaw all the mechanical and refrigeration for the plant. Through the years he, his wife, Elsie, and three daughters, Jeane, Marianne and Joan, Barbara's mother, lived in Chicago, Sioux City, Mason City and Oklahoma City. Joseph died on December 21, 1974 in his Kansas City home. There were nine grandchildren. Before going to Camp Cody, Joseph was in Company H of the Iowa Infantry.
|Pvt Joseph C. Malloy At Camp Cody||First Sgt "Swede" Nelson|
|Patrick, Roberts and one half of Joe Malloy||Sgt Major John Campbell|
Acknowledgments: I wish to express my sincere appreciation to Barbara Butler for donating her
scanned photographs. These pictures belonged to her grandfather. Thank you very much Barbara
for sharing these pictures with everyone and for helping me to preserve the history of Camp Cody.
A special thank you goes to Joe Vogrin for scanning in the photos and sending them to me.
I do not own any of the actual photographs or items on this Camp Cody Web site.
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