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Assigned: 156th Deport Brigade, 3rd Provision Regiment, Company L
Highest Rank: Private
Entered Service: 7/24/1918
Exited Service: 5/28/1919
Foreign Service Length: 6 months, 23 Days
Continental Service Length: 3 Months, 13 Days
Location of Service: France
Gender: male
Military Position: Rifleman
Place of Separation: Camp Sherman, Ohio
From City: Ottoville
From State: Ohio
Date Deceased: 08/1933
My War Stories
  1918 No AWOL, No Absences per _____ 1914. _____ ___ to travel pay to Ottowa, Ohio and *66 Bonus. Served in Company L, 3rd Provisional Regiment, 156 DB to August 5, 1918. Btry C 6th Regiment FARR to October 4, 1918. First Btry FARR to February 6, 1919. Bordeaux ___ Company to May 21, 1919. Attached to (DET 120) for Discharge. Signature of Soldier: Anthony Wolke Camp Sherman Ohio. May 28, 1919 Paid In Full Including Bonus $133.40 Transportation Issued May 28, 1919. Camp Sherman

My War Awards
  • World War I Victory Medal