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Allamakee co. Iowa
World War I
Honorable Discharge from the United States Army
Gerald Brian Hadlock

~Page 3, No. 487
Soldier's Form

Honorable Discharge from the United States Army

This is to Certify, that: Gerald Brian Hadlock #2849701, Sergeant, First Class, Medical Department, 19th Div.
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: Cir #77 W.D. Nov 21st, 1918 and 3rd Det. Hdqrs, Camp Dodge Dec 16, 1918

Said Gerald Brian Hadlock was born in Little Cooley in the State of Pennsylvania. When enlisted he was 24 years of age, and by occupation a Teacher. He had Blue eyes, Light hair, Fair complexion and was 5 feet 7 inches in height.
Given under my hand at Camp Dodge Iowa this 18th day of Dec, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen.
(signed) H.A. Ripley, Colonel General Staff, Chief of Staff, Commanding


Name: Gerald Brian Hadlock
Grade: Sgt. First Class
Inducted: April 26, 1918 at Waukon, Iowa
Serving in First enlistment period at date of discharge
Prior service: None
Noncommissioned officer: Sgt. Sept 25, 1918; Sgt 1st Class, Nov. 16, 1918
Marksmanship, gunner qualification or rating: None
Horsemanship: None
Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions: None
Knowledge of any vocation: Teacher
Wounds received in service: None
Physical condition when discharged: Good
Typhoid prophylaxis completed: May 16, 1918
Paratyphoid prophylaxis completed: May 16, 1918
Married or Single: Married
Character: Excellent
Remarks: [blank]

(Signature of Soldier)
Gerald B. Hadlock
(Signed) J.G. Maxon, Major Med. Corps, Commanding Detachment
Filed for Record this 15th day of March 1919

Handwritten notations on the document:
Camp Dodge Iowa Dec 18, 1918, paid in full $32.27; A.A. Padmore, Capt. Quartermaster, U.S.A., by J.H. Greena 2nd Lt Q.M.C.


~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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