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The Badin bulletin. online resource (None) 1918-1920, December 01, 1918, Image 3

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BA DIN BULLETIN december-january No. 4 VOL. I r,'. J. VANN THORNTON Thirteenth Company, Second Platoon Fort Thomas, Ky. BRANTLEY VANN Camp Jackson Columbia, S. C. BRANTLEY SERGT. J. M. TOLAR AMERICA’S AIM . ,1 with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive With malice toward none, with charity lor rounds; to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his on to finish the work we are in; to bind up the nai cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves, and with all Widow, and his orphan—to do all which may achieve ana Abraham Lincoln •nations. ^ OUR HONOR ROLL Homey, J. G., Fourth Recruiting Depot, Camp Hancock, Ga. Huggins. T. R., A. E. F. Below is list of men who have joined the service from Badin. Wherever the •^aine of organization is known, it is Siven, aigQ rank attained. Anyone aving information later than this, or knowing of additional names, will please submit same. Jr- Sergeant Headquarters.,Com- 3sad Regiment Infantry, 8ist Division, All Allen’ L L ”)* Engineers, France. Almond, Ned A v v Archr’ d' Ordnance Department, A. E. F. Bhi ^ Pl'ld Artillery, Camp Jackson, S. Bel : U-. Camp Taylor, Cox, Charlie, Camp Greene Cox, Lonnie, A. E. F. LOX* J ^ _ Crow, a, C°amrMcaellan, Ala. MpT’J^o- M.. sfrgeant. Aviation Department, Cu®rL^'wal|r"”pCompany “E,” Fifteenth Engi- gSS’ neers, Washington Barracks, D. C. ElUngton, J. C.. Camp Jackson A. E. F. Everhardt, E., A. E. r. Ewart, J. ,H«mon, United States Marine Corps, ^ra’nc*' Company “A,” 47^1^ Engineers, r. A. E. p Black, p,' ^'^"'’'"d.^Amos A., Depot Brigade, Camp Jack- Bl Boltin ?■ Timber Cutting Crew. Panv Sergeant Headquarters, Com ^■■an’ce^** Regiment Infantry, 8i»t Division, So~ * “opp. J''-’ Lieutenant, A. E. F. Cap^?,*;.jV^M„ Engineers, A. E. F. ^*Wad'“‘ SeveiUh Pioneer Infantry, Camp ColioJ, ^“''8'. Camp Jackson Company "I,” 3»d &:;• F. "jno.’ H.,^ Hekdquart«rs Troop. 8.st Camp Jackson, S. C. = T A Twenty-Eighth Company, 151st “oepot ®"®^oyce^^Corpo«l'° Supply Company, ^";.Tth Field Artillery A E F. K'.l w"; f.“cS s- c. F«"n, and Flame Service. Wa.hing- ton. , Fesperman, Cly6\ Qa. Giersch, K. * ■. „ g g. "Albatross.” g°^§^a’n,^jifmie: A- E. F. Green, ^ s^gel’nt^ NIneteenth Com. "panyTThird^ Motor’Mechanic. Regiment, Signal Corps* ^ Camo Pike» Aric* HardSiI N’orm>n.’’Camp Jackson. S. C. Hartsel, Lonie p Hasty. Vgineers. A. I Herring. John. A. E. Hicks, Harloe Hodge, Jesse A E.1-. Horn. Paul. A. E. 1>. Horn, Troy Ivy, Hayes, Camp Greene Jones, C. H. Kinlaw, J. £., Camp Jackson, S. C. Kirk, Jas. >Nen, Camp Knotts, S. M. Lewis, Bert, A. E. F. I illy, William T., University of Virginia Llewellyn, Thomas, A. E. F. Long, Adam, St. Elizabeth Hospital. Washington. D. C. Long, A. G., Camp Jackson, S. C. Lyon, Jim, A. E. F. McAuley, Me., A. E. F. McCall, Jas. McCash, Reuben, Camp Pike, Ark. McClaud. J. McGehee, E. V., Postal Service, Camp Eustice, Va. McKay, J. A., Lieutenant, A. E. F. McManus, Murray, Camp Taylor, Ky. McNeill, T. C., Marines Martin, Frank, Sergeant, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Martin, W. M., A. E. F. Maynard, Silas T., Company **A,*' noth Infantry. A. E. F. Melton, K. F., Plattsburg, N. Y. Merritt, Luther, A. E. F. Miller, Ernest Miller, J. Floyd, Photographers* Training School, Ithaca, N. Y. Mills, Harry, Camp Meade, Md. Mitchell, Gaston, Camp Lee, Va. Mitchell, Jno., Lieutenant, A. E. F. Morgan, Pat, U. S. S. "Governor Dingley.'* Address, X70 Border Street, East Boston, Mass. Murray, Aviation. Nelson, Walter, in the Navy m Active Service. O’Hara. A. N. (**Pat’*), A. E. F. O'Hara, T. J., Forty-Second Engineers, A. E. F. (Continued on page iz)

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