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Allamakee co. Iowa
World War I
Honorable Discharge from the United States Army
Harry Eastman

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Soldier's Form

Honorable Discharge from the United States Army

This is to Certify, that: Harry Eastman #2703640, Pvt Co 4, 1st Candidate Bn, I. Co. TS

The United States Army, as a Testimonial of Honest and Faithful Service, is hereby Honorably Discharged from the military service of the United States by reason of: per telegraphic instr. A.D.O. Nov. 14, 1918

Said Harry Eastman was born in Lansing in the State of Iowa. When enlisted he was 22 5/12 years of age, and by occupation a Student. He had Blue eyes, Dark hair, Ruddy complexion and was 5 feet 8 1/2 inches in height.
Given under my hand at Camp Grant, Ill. this 4th day of Dec, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen.
(signed) C.E. Keen, Colonel Infantry, Commanding


Name: Harry Eastman
Grade: Private
Enlisted or Inducted: June 25, 1918 at Waukon, Iowa
Serving in First enlistment period at date of discharge
Prior service: None
Noncommissioned officer: Never
Marksmanship, gunner qualification or rating: Not qualified
Horsemanship: Not mounted
Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions: None
Decorations, Medals, Badges, citations: None
Knowledge of any vocation: Student
Wounds received in service: None
Physical condition when discharged: Good
Typhoid prophylaxis completed: July 13, 1918
Paratyphoid prophylaxis completed: July 13, 1918
Married or Single: Single
Character: Excellent
Remarks: No A.W.O.L under G.O. 31,W.D. 1912 or G.O. 45, W.D. 1914. Entitled to travel pay.

Marginal notation: Ticket issued, form 9068, from Rockford to McGregor, Ia; A.W. Courson, ticket agent, Dec 4, 1918

(Signature of soldier)
Harry Eastman
(Signed) William R. Dyers, 2nd Lt. Infantry, Asst Personnel Adj.
Filed for Record this 13th day of March 1919


~source: Soldiers' and sailors' discharge record, 1917-1949; FHL US/CAN Film 1480794 Item 4
~transcribed by S. Ferrall for Allamakee co. IAGenWeb from scanned records contributed by Constance Diamond, coordinator of the Iowa Special Project, Iowa in the Great War


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