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TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This is to Certify, That James K B Hockaday a member of Company No 1 of the 14th Provisional Training Regiment is hereby Honorably [superscript 1] Discharged from his enlistment under Section 54, National Defense Act, by reason of expiration of enlistment. He is a resident of Kansas City, in the State of Missouri, is 21 3/12 years of age, and is 5 feet 8 inches in height. Physical condition when discharged: Good Typhoid prophylaxis completed No report Served in training camp at Ft. Riley, Kansas from May 15 to August 14, 1917. Remarks: Commissioned Second Lieutenant Infantry Section, Officer’s Reserve Corps Signature of person discharged: James K.B. Hockaday Given under my hand at Fort Riley Kansas this sixth day of August, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen [August 6, 1917]. [OFFICE OF THE QUARTERMASTER, FORT RILEY, KANSAS stamp] [AUG 14 1917 PAID IN FULL $146.67 signature Captain, O.M.Coprs, U.S. Army. stamp] [Signature] Major 39 Infantry Commanding Company-Troop-Battery Form No. 612, A.G.O. Ed. June 1-17-1000,000. [superscript 1] If not honorably discharged, strike out the word “honorably.” 3—4372
From the service of James Kellogg Burnham Hockaday, First Lieutenant, 354th Infantry, 89th Division.
|Date||August 14, 1917|
|Year Range from||1917|
|Year Range to||1917|
Hockaday, James Kellogg Burnham
World War I