Lincoln A. Fielden was born in 1916. He was the husband of Beatrice L. Fielden
Died non Battle 23 February 1943
38 General Hospital
Enlisted 6 March 1942 – Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia
Lincoln Fielden was returned from El Alia Cemetery, Algiers, Algeria on 10 August 1948. He was one of a group of eight buried in a common grave at Zachary Taylor National Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky.
The Knoxville Journal, April 11, 1943
Pvt. Lincoln A. Fielden, 1124 Stewart Street, was killed in a plane crash while in active service somewhere in Northern Africa, Feb. 23, his wife, Mrs. Beatrice Fielden was notified by telegram from the war Department yesterday. Pvt. Fielden had been in the Army Medical Corps since March of last year and left for foreign duty last August. He was a graduate of Hall’s High School and before entering the service was employed by a tire company here.
Mrs. Fielden is at home with her mother, Mrs. Roxie Clark, of 1124 Stewart Street.
- Rank: Private
- Date of death: 23 February 1943
- County: Knox
- Hometown: Knoxville
- Service Branch: Army/Army Air Forces
- Division/Assignment: 38th General Hospital
- Theater: North Africa
- Conflict: World War II
- Burial/Memorial Location: Zachary Taylor National Cemetery, Louisville, KY
- Location In Memorial: Pillar XIV, Middle Panel
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