Company B 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry
4th Infantry Division
Theodore Bulat was born on October 12, 1919.
In the records of the 22nd
Infantry he listed his home of residence as Oneida, New York.
His religion was listed as Catholic.
He entered the service on March 3, 1941.
The date of his assignment to
the 22nd Infantry is unknown but he was serving as a
Private with Company B 22nd Infantry at least by October 1941 as he is in a Company
photo taken at Fort Benning, Georgia during that time frame.
Private Theodore Bulat
From a Company photograph of Company B 22nd Infantry circa June-October 1941
Courtesy of John and Gladys King
Private First Class Bulat was
killed in action in France while working with
the tanks of 3rd Battalion 66th Armored Regiment along the Pont-Hebert to Ste. Gilles road
during Operation Cobra, the breakout from St. Lô.
Theodore Bulat was buried in the
temporary U.S. Military Cemetery,
La Cambe Cemetery, Isigny, France and some time later
his remains were returned to the United States where he was
reinterred in New York.
Bishop and Martyrs Cemetery
Plot: Section B
Grave marker for Theordore Bulat
Photo by F. Robert Falbo from the Find A Grave website
Top photo of Theodore Bulat as a Private with
Company B 22nd Infantry
taken at Camp Gordon, Georgia circa 1942-1943 from the webmaster's collection
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