|Other titles||Discharge of soldiers who enlisted to fill old regiments|
|The Physical Object|
The regiment, still forming a part of the 2d Brig., 2d Div., 5th Corps, left camp near Falmouth, Va., June 4, reached the vicinity of Gettysburg July 2d, and fought the enemy the same day, losing one officer—Lieut. W. J. Fisher—and 16 enlisted men killed; five . A medical separation is a type of military discharge that stems from a soldier, sailor, or Marine having a physical or mental condition that affects their ability to serve. This discharge is determined via the 2 medical review boards: Medical Evaluation . The first mention of the Sixth Infantry is found in the Acts of Congress of J , and March 3, Of the thirty officers constituting the commissioned strength Aug. 1, , twenty-seven were appointed from North Carolina and three from Tennessee, and orders from the War Department of Jan. 5, , direct that this regiment be recruited in North Carolina; but on June 15 following. The silence in our history books about dead is sorrowing. Many other Irish-born men fought and died with the American, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand armies.
Out of curiosity, I looked for information about him here and was disappointed not find enlisted men. Soldier's info with spellings as written in the burial record--Nuevo León, Cerralvo, Defunciones Rolle, 40 yrs old, married, wife's name unknown, native of Alemañia, 1st Regiment, Company E under Colonel James P. Drake. Similarly, the key to finding military records is to determine in which regiment the soldier served. In Alphons Wrede’s book: Geschichte der k. und k. Wehrmacht [ viii] (History of the Austro-Hungarian Armed Forces) volume 1, there are charts for each region of the Empire called the Uebersicht der Werb- (Ergänzungs-)Bezirks-Eintheilung von. Originally enlisted with Newfoundland Forestry Companies April ; transferred to Newfoundland Regiment August ; Forestry Service # retained. In volume two of the Military Service Ledgers the entry for Service # follows entry for Service # GOLDSTONE, Harris: Bell Island, St. John's East District: Image 19 of Military service records at the National Archives • U.S. Army officers, separated July 1, Septem , and enlisted personnel, separated November 1, Septem • U.S. Air Force officers and enlisted personnel, separated Septem Septem
made from 24 of the numbered record books in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, Volumes , 13 1/2, 1/2, , , , , 1/2, , , and There are cross-references for soldiers' names that appeared in the records under more than one spelling. Frequently preceding the jacket-envelopes for individual. Soldiers discharged when a regiment reduced its numbers in WO 25/; Soldiers discharged under the terms of the new Limited Service Act in WO 25/; Soldiers discharged on return from India in WO 12/; Discharge dates On return from India in WO 12/ Henry Ossian Flipper was the first African American to graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. After an unwarranted dishonorable discharge from the Army, he enjoyed a long, distinguished career as a mining engineer, legal authority, and author. Canadian soldiers' service records for the First World War are held by the Library and Archives Canada (LAC). For researching soldiers of the First World War, the place to start is the Personnel Records of the First World War () database.. Sub-groups of the available records include the following.