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Hilra Herman Hyatt

Submitted by: Julia Saint submitting for daughter Melba Templeton


Hilra Herman HyattHilra Herman Hyatt born around 1894. Hilra Hyatt served in World War 1 with the United States Army. The enlistment was in 1917 and the service was completed in 1919.

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My father, Hilra Herman Hyatt, was a Wagoner Sup. Co. 26th Infantry in World War I. He was inducted in the U.S. Army at Camp Gordon on October 2nd, 1917 and discharged at Camp Gordon on September 25th, 1919.

After my father was discharged from the Army, he married my mother, Carrie Eunice Adele Gladney Hyatt. They lived in Centralhatchee, Georgia, and twelve children were born from this union.

My father was born and reared in Heard County, Georgia. His birthdate is October 28th, 1893, and his death date is February 27th, 1958.

Submitted by: Melba Hyatt Templeton


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