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OF Pennsylvania Society Sons of the Revolution 1917-1919

A digital representation of the original 1920 work.


Enlisted as private, December 10, 1917, in E. Q. M. C., U. S. N. A.;
Acting Sergeant, February 15, 1918, Officers Training School,
Camp Joseph E. Johnston, Florida; commissioned 2nd Lieutenant,
June 11, 1918, with duty at Washington, D. C.; 1st Lieutenant,
September 13, 1918. Honorably discharged, March 31, 1919.

Captain, Military Intelligence Division, U. S. N. A., January
10,1918, to February 28, 1919. Honorably discharged, February 28,

Lieutenant Colonel, U. S. A., retired. Duty in War Department,

Entered service May 9, 1917, as student at 1st Officers Training
Corps, Fort Niagara, New York; commissioned 2nd Lieutenant,
August 15, 1917; 1st Lieutenant, April 6, 1919. Duty at Camp
Meade, Maryland, and from July, 1918, to May, 1919, with 315th
Regiment, 79th Division, U. S. N. A., A. E. F., in France. Took part
in Meuse-Argonne Offensive. Honorably discharged, June 5, 1919.

U. S. N. A., Bacteriological Section, 1917-1919, Private, 1st Class;
O. T. Camp, Fort Niagara, New York; and at Camp Wadsworth,
South Caro≠lina. Honorably discharged, August 6, 1919.

Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry, U. S. A., A. E. F. Served in France
from May 13, 1918, to July 19, 1919. In action at Chateau Thierry,
July 17-28, 1918; at St. Mihiel Drive, September 12-26, 1918; Staff
duty with 1st Army, A. E. F., September-October, 1918; and ditto
2nd Army, A. E. F., October, 1918, to April, 1919. In regular army.

Entered service April 21, 1917, as Sergeant Major, Signal Corps,
Adju≠tant Generalís Department. Served in both U. S. N. G. and U.
S. N. A. Promoted 2nd Lieutenant, December 21, 1917; 1st
Lieutenant, October 30, 1918. A. E. F., August 20, 1917 to April,
19,1919, with service on Staff of Commander, 42nd (Rainbow)
Division. Took part in minor operations in the Vosges, February-
June, 1918, and in the Champagne- Marne defensive battle. July,
1918; also in the Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne
offensives, from July to November, 1918. With Army of
Occupation, November, 1918, to April, 1919. Honorably
discharged, May 14, 1919.

Entered service October 29, 1918, as 1st Lieutenant, Ordnance Depart≠
ment, U. S. N. A. Duty at Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia. Honorably
discharged, January 31, 1919.


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Keywords/Tags: HAROLD RODNEY ARMSTRONG, E. Q. M. C., U. S. N. A., Camp Joseph E. Johnston, EDGAR WRIGHT BAIRD, Military Intelligence Division, U. S. N. A., WILLIAM BAIRD, War Department, NORRIS STANLEY BARRATT JR, Fort Niagara, New York, Camp Meade, Maryland, 315th Regiment, 79th Division, U. S. N. A., A. E. F., Meuse-Argonne Offensive, CHARLES EDWARD BELL, Bacteriological Section, O. T. Camp, Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina, SYLVESTER BONNAFFON III, Chateau Thierry, St. Mihiel, 1st Army, 2nd Army, BRADFORD, WILLIAM, Signal Corps, Adjutant Generalís Department, U. S. N. G., Staff of Commander, 42nd (Rainbow) Division, Vosges, Champagne-Marne defensive battle, Aisne-Marne, St. Mihiel Meuse-Argonne, Army of Occupation, CHARLES FREDERICK BRICE, Ordnance Department, Frankford Arsenal, Sons of the Revolution Members, Pennsylvania