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Soldier's Discharge Record



Name: Robert P. Trewin Filed: Jan. 10, 1923
  Clara L. Curtis Otis

         County Recorder.



To All Whom it May Concern:

KNOW YE, That      Robert P. Trewin

#4818587  Private  Cas. Det. #18 163 D. B.  


of the U. S. Marine Corps, who was enlisted the  31st day of July 1918 at MC to serve for the duration of the was, is hereby HONORABLY DISCHARGED by special order of the Major General Commandant.

Paris Island, S.C.

Said   Robert R. Trewin was born in    22 Oct 1900
at North McGregor, Ia. and when enlisted he was 64 inches high
He had  grey  eyes,  Brown  hair,  swarthy  complexion; occupation clerk; Citizenship: U.S.
Accepted for enlistment at   R. S. Chicago, Ill.

      Given under my hand at    NB, Nyd, Norfolk, Va.

This    21th  day of     June    1919

Paid in full: 31..4.82

Character "Excellent"

    W. M. McKelsy  
    Colonel U. S. M.C.  

Commanding Marines.




Prior service  None
Promotions and reductions  None
Marksmanship qualafications  Marksman
Sea service   None

Foreign service   AEF France from 20 Oct. 18 to 11 Mar. 19.

Wounds received in service    None
Battle, engagements, skirtnishes, expepeditions    None
Military efficiency   very good:  Obedience   excellent:  Sobriety  excellent

Mileage paid to Chicago, Ill., Grad. $60.00 Act  12-24-19

Disch. in accordance with MOO #31 Par 5 Series 1919.

      Service Honest and Faithful. Awarded Honorable Discharge Button.
    W. N. McKelvy
Transportation Issued   Colonel U.S.M.C.
    Commanding Marines.


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

~transcribed by Constance Diamond