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Henry Y. Morrision, Honorable Discharge, c1946.

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MILITARY RECORD AND REPORT OF SEPARATION CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE 63126 1. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE INITIAL MORRISON HENRY Y 2. ARMY SERIAL NUMBER 02 052 479 3. AUS. GRADE 1st Lt 4. ARM OR SERVICE JAGD 5. COMPONENT AUS 6. ORGANIZATION Western Pacific Judge Advocate Section Hq Army Forces 7. DATE OF RELIEF FROM ACTIVE DUTY 10 Nov 46 8. PLACE OF SEPARATION Separation Center Fort Sheridan Ill 9. PERMANENT ADDRESS FOR MAILING PURPOSES 951 N Clay St Frankfort Ind. 10. DATE OF BIRTH 1 Jun 09 11. PLACE OF BIRTH Frankfort Ind. 12. ADDRESS FROM WHICH EMPLOYMENT WILL BE SOUGHT See No 9 13. COLOR EYES Blue 14. COLOR HAIR Brown 15. HEIGHT 5' 6 ½" 16. WEIGHT 139 LBS. 17. NO. OF DEPENDENTS 2 18. RACE WHITE 19. MARITAL STATUS MARRIED 20. U.S. CITIZEN YES 21. CIVILIAN OCCUPATION AND NO. Lawyer SELECTIVE SERVICE DATA 22. REGISTERED YES 23. LOCAL S. S. BOARD NUMBER 1 24. COUNTY AND STATE Clinton Co Ind 25. HOME ADDRESS AT THE TIME OF ENTRY ON ACTIVE DUTY See No 9 26. DATE OF ENTRY ON ACTIVE DUTY 12 Jan 45 27. MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY AND NO. Judge Advocate 8103 [stamps] RECEIVED FOR RECORD AT 1:40 PM JUL 8 1953 A FREE PERMIT to HUNT, FISH and TRAP Issued by Clerk L Cu?tera Date 5 8 1947 28. BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS Luzon 29. DECORATIONS AND CITATIONS American TheatreRibbon A-P Theatre Ribbon W/1 Bronze Battle Star Philippine Liberation Ribbon Victory Ribbon Philippine Ind. Army Commendation Ribbon 30. WOUNDS RECEIVED IN ACTION None [stamp} For convenience, a certificate of eligibility No. 2546907 has been issued by the Veterans Administration to be used for the future request of any guaranty or insurance benefit under title III of the Serviceman's Readjustment ?de: 1944 as amended that may be available to the person to whom the separation paper was issued. 31. SERVICE SCHOOLS ATTENDED Judge Advocate General OCS 32. SERVICE OUTSIDE CONTINENTAL U.S. AND RETURN DATE OF DEPARTURE 28 Apr 45 31 Aug 46 DESTINATION A-P USA DATE OF ARRIVAL 17 May 45 15 Sep 46 33. REASON AND AUTHORITY FOR SEPARATION Reld AD RR 1-1 (D) LS 34. CURRENT TOUR OF ACTIVE DUTY CONTINENTAL SERVICE YEARS 0 MONTH 5 DAYS 11 FOREIGN SERVICE YEARS 1 MONTHS 4 DAYS 17 35. EDUCATION (years) GRAMMAR SCHOOL 8 HIGH SCHOOL 4 COLLEGE 6 IMPORTANT IF PREMIUM IS NOT PAID WHEN DUE OR WITHIN THIRTY-ONE DAYS THEREAFTER, INSURANCE WILL LAPSE. MAKE CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO THE TREASURER OF THE U.S. AND FORWARD TO COLLECTIONS SUBDIVISION, VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, WASHINGTON 25, D.C. 36. KIND OF INSURANCE Nat. Service 37. HOW PAID Allotment 38 Effective Date of Allot-ment Discontinuance 30 Nov 46 39. Date of Next Premium Due (one month after 38) 31 Dec 46 40. PREMIUM DUE EACH MONTH $ 7.60 41. INTENTION OF VETERAN TO Continue 42. RIGHT THUMB PRINT 43. REMARKS (This space for completion of above items or entry of other items specified in W.D. Directives) ASR Score (2 Sep 45) 51 Lapel Button Issued On terminal leave from 22 Sep 46 to 10 Nov 46 Incl. 44. SIGNATURE OF OFFICER BEING SEPARATED Henry Y. Morrison 45. PERSONNEL OFFICER (Type name, grade and organization - signature) GEORGIA HENEGAR 1st LT WAC 1612 ASU [signature] Mrm WD AGO FORM 53-98 1 November 1944 This form supersedes all previous editions of WD AGO Forms 53 and 280 for officers entitled to a Certificate of Service, which will not be used after receipt of this revision.