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George V. Harrington
World War I Military Papers

George V. Harrington was a Sergeant in the U.S. Army, served as a cook for Company ‘C’ 214th Engineers, Camp Custer, Michigan during WWI. In later years, George ran the Burke Hotel in Marquette.


Enlistment Record
George V. Harrington #3011709 Grade: Sergeant
Inducted July 29, 1918 at Elkader, Iowa

Noncommissioned officer:
Corp. R.S.O. No. 23 Sept 13, 1918 - Sergt. R.S.O. No. 26 Sept 17, 1918 - Mess Sergt. Co. O. No. 3 Sept 25, 1918


Appointment as Sergeant, Company "C" 214th Engineers
September 17, 1918


Honorable Discharge
(transcription - off-site, opens in a new window)


~source: original records
Note: Lisa's scans have been resized, cropped and compressed for web display. For larger & sharper images please contact Lisa directly.

~contributed by
Lisa Woiwood, daughter of E.E. Harrington & Elsie (Lawrence) Harrington and step-granddaughter of George V. Harringon. Lisa's email contact info. can be found in the Clayton co. IAGenWeb surname registry for Knoebel and Harrington. See also, Lisa's Knoebel & Harrington Family Album.


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