Frank Butner Clay

Major General Frank Butner Clay (1921–December 30, 2006) is the son of General Lucius D. Clay, Sr. and the brother of General Lucius D. Clay, Jr.. He is buried at Arlington National Cemetery along with his first wife, Patricia Adams Casey Clay (November 1, 1923January 1, 1973). Patricia Clay was the sister of Major Hugh Boyd Casey, who was killed while fighting during the Korean War. [ [http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/hbcasey.htm Arlington National Cemetery Biography of Major Hugh Boyd Casey] ] They were, in turn, the children of Major General Hugh John Casey of the Army Corps of Engineers, who was the West Point roommate and good friend of General Lucius D. Clay, Sr. [ [http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/hjcasey.htm Arlington National Cemetery Biography of Major General Hugh John Casey] ]

General Clay graduated from West Point in 1942 and served in various positions from World War II through the Vietnam War. In 1971 General Clay was a military advisor to the US delegation to the Paris peace talks. He retired from the Army in 1973, and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. [ [http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/fbclay.htm Arlington National Cemetery Biography of Major General Frank Butner Clay] ]

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