Sunday, March 18, 2012

Clarence Seeber's WWI discharge papers

Just arrived from the State archives in Topeka, my grandfathers WWI discharge papers!



Transcribed:

                                                                                                        26769
                       Honorable Discharge from The United States Army


                                 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

This is to Certify, That* Frank C Seeber
982328 Private 1 Class Cas Det 1074 Dem Group___
(last Assigned) Welfare Det Co C Hq. Bn. A.S.C_____

THE UNUTES STATES ARMY, as a Testimonial of Honest and Faithful
Service, is hereby Honorably Discahred from the military service of the
Uninted States by reason of Tel W.D. Nov 18/18 Lts A.G. A. Nov 30/18


     Said       Frank C Seeber                                        was born
in       Great Bend        , in the state              of Kansas______________
When he enlisted he was 23 1/2 years of age and by occupation a  Chemist_______
He had Blue eyes, Brown Hair, Fair complexion, and
was 5 Feet 7 1'2 inches in height.

   Given under my hand at Camp Dodge Iowa this
21st Day of July, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen

                                                     Lo?? Cam?e?
                                                     Major, Signal Corps USA
                                                                            commanding



Transcriptionist: PAGE 2

                                                                     Enlistment Record
                                                                     _______________



Name: Frank C Seeber                                                     Grade: Private 1 Class
Enlisted, or Inducted,  Apr 17    ,1918 , at Great Bend Kansas

Serving in   First                                     enlistment period at the date of discharge
Prior Service:* None________________________________________________

Noncommisioned Officer: Never_______________________________________
Marksmanship, gunner qualification or rating: Not qualified________________
Horsemanship: Not Mounted_________________________________________
Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions:
 A.E.F Adv. on Oureq and Vesle Aug 2 to Sept 7
Inc. Meuse Argonne Offen Sept 26 Oct 9 Thaincourt Sec Oct 15 to Nov 11/18
Oiaw-aisne Off Aug 18-Sept 7, 18
Decorations Medals Nadeges Citations
Knowledge of any vocation: Chemist_____________________________________

Wounds recieved in service: Wounded___________________________________

Physical Condition when discharged: Good________________________________
Typhoid prophylaxis completed _triple May 6/18____________________________
Paratyphoid prophylaxix completed_______________________________________
Married or Single: Single_______________________________________________
Character: Excellent_________________________________________________
Remarks: No A.W.O.L No A.F.D under G.O. 31?45 W.D. 1914__________________
                  Entitled to travel Pay___________________________________________
                  Left U.S. June 21/18  Wounded checron authorized  April 11, 1918_____
                  Returned to U.S. July 9/19_______________________________________

                                                    G E Jemison__________________
                                                    Capt Inf U.S.A________________
                                                    commanding CAS Det 1074______

Transcriptionist -Stamped on Middle of Form
INTER-URBAN RAILWAY
Ticket from Camp Dodge to
Great Bend KS
Form  ? 3 52468
Date issued  7/21/1919
H. H. LAVINE,  Agent

Transcriptionist -Stamped on bottom of Form
CAMP DODGE IOWA
JULY 21 1919
Paid in Full Including
Bonus. $ 139.28
A. A. Pasmore
Capt. Quartermaster, U.S.A.


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