Following these data are "remarks" which sometimes give additional details. The lower part of the form has space to record personal information, however, this space is often left blank. Manuscript (handwritten) data on printed form.
The individual abstracts for each enlisted man provide the following data: U.S. Army serial number; date and place of commission or enlistment; date of appearance for duty; dates of muster into service (N.Y. and U.S. with rank, company, and regiment); date and rank at time of leaving service; and reason for leaving service - type of discharge or transfer.
This document contains the records of Edgar Aarons, Edward Abrahams, Alexander Abramson, Alfred Adams, Arthur Adams, Eugene Adams, George Adams, Marshall Adams, Ralph L. Adams, Theodore H. Adams, Joseph Aidlaid, Samuel Albritton, and Frank Alcola.
1917 – 1919
Accession No. 13721-83, Adjutant General's Office, Abstracts of National Guard Service in World War I, 1917-1919, Box 12, Volume 38, Edgar Aaraons-Frank Alcola
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