The Fort Campbell Soldier Accused of Raping & Killing his Infant Daughter: Christopher P. Conway

Fraulein Motte
6 min readDec 7, 2023

On November 14, 2017, 8-month-old Adeline Conway was found unresponsive in her crib. Three years later, her father, Spc. Christopher P. Conway pleaded ‘no contest’ to killing her. His family says it’s a case of false confession.

What happened and why?

Christopher Paul Conway | Photo: Montgomery County Corrections

On March 10, 1995, Christopher Paul Conway was born to his parents Charlotte and Eugene Conway in Grand Bay, Alabama, a small unincorporated community with a population of 3460 (Census 2021), located along the Alabama-Mississippi border.

By all accounts, Christopher had a happy upbringing. He was homeschooled, alongside his two brothers, in a devout Christian household. According to his family, he has a passion for woodworking and photography.

Following high school, Christopher entered a relationship with Emily Hocks, and the two tied the knot in December 2014.

In 2015, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, undergoing training as a combat medic. The couple relocated to Christopher’s first duty station, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, a year later.

On February 20, 2017, twins Adeline and Caroline Conway were born prematurely. The sisters spent their first 6 weeks in the NICU. According to family members, Christopher was…



Fraulein Motte

I'm an independent journalist and writer based in Tennessee, USA. I specialize in covering true crime and other related topics.