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Soldier's Discharge Record




National Guard State of Iowa

Filed      Oct. 23, 1923  at 12 o'clock

Clara L. Curtis Otis    



To all whom it may concen:


This is to certify, That Earl O. Hansel,  3rd, Cl., Mus. of Hdqtrs Co., of the first Regiment of Infantry Iowa National Guard, is hereby Honorably discharged from the National Guard of the United States and the State of Iowa by reason of Surgeon's Certificate of Disqualification, Disability per 4th Ind. C. D. Apr 24/17 in Physical Examination.


          Said Earl O. Hansel was born in Edgewood, in the State of Iowa, and when enlisted was 20 years of age, by occupation a Butcher had Brown hair light complexion, and was 5 feet 6 1/2 inches in height.


                              Given under my hand at Fort Des Moines, Iowa this 27th day of April, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen.

Paid in full by me this F. S. Sturtevant  
30th day of April, 1917. Major 24th Inf. Washington D. C.
by check No. 862 on Messering Office. April 30 1919
Treasurer United States   Paid $60 under act of

D. H. Clark

  Congress, Approved Feb 24 191-
Major, U. S. Army, Retired.   C. E. Gray
    Major QM Corps
Name: Earl O. Hansel Grade: 3rd Cl. Mus.
Enlisted: Mar. 29th, At Manchester, Ia., for 6 years  
In the service of the United States, under call of the President, from Mar. 25th, to April 27th.
Serving in First enlistment period at date of discharge.
Previous service: none
Noncommissioned officer: none
Marksmanship: None
Horsemanship: none
Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions: none
Knowledge of any vocation: Butcher
Wounds received in service: none
Physical condition when discharged: Good
Typhoid prophylaxis completed: none
Married or single: single
Character: Excellent
Service: Honest and Faithful
Signature of Soldier: Earl O. Hansel

R. A Carnegie


Capt. 1st, Iowa



 Hqrs. Co.


~ source: Clayton County, Iowa Discharges. LDS microfilm #1516914 Item #6

~transcribed by Constance Diamond