To all whom it may concern:
is to Certify, That Thomas H. Casey, #1215006 Private, 39th
Company, 152d Depot Brigade, was discharged from the military
service of the United States by reason of disability, at Camp
Upton, New York, on the eleventh day of May, 1918, that at the
time of his discharge there was erroneously issued to him a
discharge certificate on Form 526, A.G.O., whereas he was
entitled to receive a discharge certificate Form 525, A.G.O.,
indicating that he had been Honorably Discharged the service.
Having surrendered said certificate so issued to him, this
certificate is issued in lieu thereof, and by virtue of this
certificate he is entitled to be regarded as having been
Honorably Discharged the military service as of the date and
Said Thomas H.
Casey was born in Osborne, Clayton Co., in the State of Iowa.
When enlisted he was 22 years of age. By occupation a farmer. He
had grey eyes, dark brown hair, fair complexion. He was five feet
and 4 1/2 inches in height.
Given under my
hand at Washington, D. C., this sixteenth day of November 1923.
By authority of
the Secretary of War.
The following is a
true copy of the soldier's Enlistment Record. As shown by his
original discharge certificate.
Thomas H. Casey
February 25, 1918,
period at date of discharge.
Knowledge of any
Wounds received in
Physical condition at
March 14, 1918
March 14, 1918
Married or Single:
Paid in full May
14, 1918 at Camp Upton, New York. Paid $60 bonus March 30, 1920