David Lader

Company C 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry

4th Infantry Division

DOW 06/21/1944

 

 

David Lader was born in Utica, New York on June 1, 1918. He was drafted into the
Army on November 28, 1940 at Syracuse, New York. His home of residence was
listed as Utica, Oneida County, New York and his civilian occupation was
listed as Shipping And Receiving Clerks. He had completed three years of
High School and was single with no dependents. His religion was listed as Hebrew.

Corporal Lader died on June 21, 1944 of wounds received in action in France.

 

In the casualty lists of the 22nd Infantry Lader's date of death is listed as June 21, 1944.
In the following newspaper articles he is indicated as having died of his wounds in a hospital
in England on July 2, 1944.

 

From the Utica Daily Press Wednesday August 1, 1944

Courtesy of Julien Woestyn

 

 

From the Utica Daily Press Wednesday July 7, 1948

Courtesy of Julien Woestyn

 

 

From the Utica Observer-Dispatch Wednesday July 7, 1948

Courtesy of Julien Woestyn

 

 

 

David Lader was originally buried in the temporary military cemetery
Saint Mere Eglise Cemetery #2 at Carentan, France. At some time later
his remains were returned to the United States and he was reinterred in New York in 1948.

 

 

 

 

 


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