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Honorable discharge and enlistment record for Leonard P. Reedy, Sr., 19 July 1919

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Enlistment Record. Name: Leonard P. Reedy 4088184 Grade: Private, Inducted, Aug 14, 1918, at Woodstock, Va, Serving in First enlistment period at date of discharge. Prior service: None, Noncommissioned officer: Never, Marksmanship, gunner qualification or rating: None, Horsemanship: Not Mounted, Battles, engagements, skirmishes, expeditions: None (Remarks Continued) Served with Hdqrs Co 163rd. Inf Oct 5/18 to Dec 28/18. Depot Stockade Co., Dec 28/18 to June 17/19. Spec. Cas. Co # 1752 June 17/19 to date of discharge. Decorations, medals, badges, citations: None, Knowledge of any vocation: Farmer, Wounds received in service: None, Physical condition when discharged: Good, Typhoid prophylaxis completed Aug 19, 1918, Paratyphoid prophylaxis completed Aug 19, 1918, Married or single: Single, Character: Excellent Remarks: Services Honest & Faithful. No absence under W. D. G. O. 45 1914, No AWOL of record. Entitled to travel pay to New Market, Va. Entitled to (60.00) Sixty dollars in addition to all other amts due him as provided in Sect 1406 of the Pro Act of 1918. Approved Feb 24, 1919. Served in France. Left U.S.Sept 15/18. Arrived U.S. July 12/19. Entitled to color one(1) Gold Service Chevron. Signature of soldier: Leonard P. Reedy [signed] James G. Graham, Capt Inf., Commanding Spec Cas Cott 1752 Paid in Full on Final Statement 99.55 [illegible] of $60.00 is included in final payment [signed] S J D Marshall