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Great War Helmet, 1914-1918.

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Soldier's Discharge Record



Filed      June 21st, 1924  at 3 o'clock p.m.

Fee     None

Reference No. Clara L. Curtis Otis                          Recorder.




              This is to Certify, That No. Harry Thomas Davies a  Seaman Second Class USNRE, has this day been discharged from the U. S. Naval Hospital and from the Naval Service, by reason of recommendation of a Board of Medical Survey for disability in line of duty.  Approved by the Commandant June 24, 1918.


Is not recommended for reenlistment. Rating best qualified to fill, none.


Dated this 28th day of June, 1914, at Great Lakes, Illinois.

  H. E. Adell
Medical Inspector U.S.N.
Commanding U.S.S. Naval Hospital


Not result of his own misconduct. S. B. Hatch, Jr.





Scale of Marks: 0, Bad;    1,  Indifferent;      2, Fair;        3, Good;       4,Very Good;         5, Excellent

Name: Davies, Harry Thomas Rate Sea-2 USNRF
Enlisted: May 14, 1918, at Des Moines, Ia., for 4 years
US Ratings held during enlistment:  Sea-2 Sobriety: 4.0
Obedience: 4.0  
Average standing for term of enlistment: 4.0  
  H. F. Hull, Surgeon, U. S. N.
an Executive Officer




Where born:  McGregor, Iowa Date:  April 6, 1895 Age: 23 years, 2 months
Height: 5 Feet, 5 inches Weight: 132 lbs;  Eyes: Bl 13  Hair: sandy
Complexion: Ruddy    
Personal characteristics, marks, etd., Ant;   rs 1/2" d r  arm; s=1" r f a;  m 1 f a;
Post; r s 1"  r arm; s 3" seapula region
Percentage of time on sick list during enlistment 32/45
Is not physically qualified for reenlistment.
  H. E. Odell
  Medical Inspector  U. S. N.
         (Signature Medical Officer.)


I hereby certify that the above-named Davies, Harry Thos. has been paid Twenty-Four dollars four cents (24.04) in full to date.


June 28, 1918.


  R. S. Robertson,         U. S. N.
        Signature Paymaster
Has insurance for $10,000.00 from $6.50. June paid. Has no family allot.


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

~transcribed by Constance Diamond