Biography of E. Carlyle Hyatt
Columbiana County, OH

E. Carlyle Hyatt, a representative young business man of East Liverpool, is a veteran of the World War. He was born in East Liverpool, April 2, 1893, and is the son of William A. and Margaret A. (Wynn) Hyatt.

William A. Hyatt was born at Brownville, Pa., in 1848 and his wife was born at Shippingport, Pa., in 1859. He was a carpenter by trade and settled in East Liverpool in 1875. He now lives retired. Mr. Hyatt is a Democrat and a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt are the parents of five children: Nellie, the widow of William A. Walther, lives in Pittsburgh; Georgia, married William A. Collins, lives in Pittsburgh; Marie, married Louis Appel, lives in Cleveland; E. Carlyle, the subject of this sketch; and Donald, married Ruth Moon, lives in East Liverpool.

E. Carlyle Hyatt received his education in the public schools and began his business career in the employ of the Crucible Steel Company, Midland, Pa. He later engaged in automobile repair work in East Liverpool but soon returned to his former employment. On April 2, 1918, Mr. Hyatt enlisted for service during the World War and was sent to Camp Sherman. He sailed for France as a member of Company G, 329th Infantry, 83rd Division, but was later transferred to Company K, 104th Infantry, 26th Division. He was severely gassed during the Argonne drive. He was discharged Jan. 20, 1919, and immediately reentered the employ of the Crucible Steel Company. In 1922 Mr. Hyatt established the Hyatt Taxi Company and brought to East Liverpool its first real taxi cab. His firm is now known as the Green Cab Company.

Mr. Hyatt is a member of the American Legion and Elks Lodge. He is a Republican.

History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka-Indianapolis 1926

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