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1LT Clyde James Hayden

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1LT Clyde James Hayden

Birth
Mount Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, USA
Death
25 Feb 1944 (aged 24)
Austria
Burial
Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Plot
I, 31-32
Memorial ID
3300352 View Source

Clyde J. Hayden was a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. He was a causualty of World War II. He was on Mission 35 out of Foggia, Italy enroute to Regensburg, Germany when his B-17 "Tadlur II" was shot down.
Veterans Adminstration records show that Lt. Clyde J. Hayden was initially interred in 1944 in Margraten-Aachen, Holland. He was re-interred in Zachory Taylor National Cemeterey along with 2 other American casualites of World War II on February 24, 1950.

Clyde J. Hayden was a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. He was a causualty of World War II. He was on Mission 35 out of Foggia, Italy enroute to Regensburg, Germany when his B-17 "Tadlur II" was shot down.
Veterans Adminstration records show that Lt. Clyde J. Hayden was initially interred in 1944 in Margraten-Aachen, Holland. He was re-interred in Zachory Taylor National Cemeterey along with 2 other American casualites of World War II on February 24, 1950.


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1LT, US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II


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