Private Clarence B Hulbert

Name Clarence B Hulbert
Rank Private
Army Serial # 39467622
State Idaho
Date of death 1944-07-05
Plot, Row, Grave F, 12, 39
Cemetery Normandy American Cemetery, Colleville-sur-Mer, France, Google Maps
Unit M Company, 331st Infantry Regiment, 83rd Infantry Division
Awards Purple Heart
Remarks Private Hulbert was a member of M Company. The morning report for July 5, 1944 on page 6 lists him as KIA. The page can be seen below.

Erwin Derhaag pointed me to a newspaper article from the Lewiston Morning Tribune, August 4, 1945. From this article partially quoted:

Pvt. Hulbert, 19, was killed in action July 6 in France, the war department notified his parents. He entered the army last September 8 and had been overseas since early April. He was assigned to the forces invading in France in mid-June.

Pvt. Hulbert was born in Moscow, April 9, 1925, and was graduated in 1943 from Lewiston High School. After entering the army, he trained at Camp Van Dorn, Breckenridge, Miss. and was assigned to a mortar division.

Survivers include his parents; a brother Pvt. Ray Hulbert, attending officer candidate school at Paris Island, S.C. marine corps base and two sisters Helen and Celine Hulbert.

The article can be seen below.
Documents - Newspaper article Lewiston Morning Tribune, August 4, 1945
- MR M Co, 331st IR, 07-1944 page 6
Grave Soldier
Clarence B Hulbert (39467622) Clarence B Hulbert (39467622)

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