Plymouth County

Pvt. William G. Albright



One Small Call For Service Last Of This Month

Eleven Plymouth County young men left Sunday night for pre-induction physical examinations for military service. Eight of them went to Fort Snelling from LeMars and three others were transferred to other boards. John A. Melrose, whose present address is Kingsley, was transferred to this board. The men who left from LeMars were:

William G. Albright, Tonawanda, N.Y.

Source: LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, July 11, 1944

Leave County For Military Service
Largest Group In Months Past

Thirty Plymouth County young men and one who transferred to the Plymouth County board from Colorado left LeMars, Friday night, for Fort Snelling, Minnesota, to report for military service.  This is the largest group to go from this county in one party in several months.  Most of them are unmarried young men.  In the list leaving Friday were the following:

William Albright, Akron.

Source: LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, August 22, 1944

Honorable Discharge Papers & Separation Docs

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~Papers submitted by his son, Peter Albright--Peter explained, " This is my Dad’s two sets of discharge papers. One was as a civilian the other was after his Germany tour."