Maurice D. Pryor: Hearing before the Committee on Military Affairs, United States Senate, Seventy-fifth Congress, first session on S.1626, a bill to amend the military record of Maurice D. Pryor, and for other purposes. May 14, 1937
U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1937 - Biography & Autobiography - 9 pages
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absent in desertion Adjusted Compensation Act Affiant aforesaid county allotment amend the military amend the records American Expeditionary Forces April 15 Army September assigned to Company Camp Green Camp Merritt certificate of honorable Chairman charge of desertion Charlotte civil authorities Committee on Military County of Mecklenburg court martial day of December Department to show deserted the Army deserted the service dishonorably discharged duly sworn enactment February 13 former soldier Forty-fourth Machine Gun Further deponent saith honorable discharge Hundred and Forty-fourth known Maurice Leavenworth prison Machine Gun Battalion Military Affairs military record military service Morris Sheppard North Carolina Notary Public October 27 overseas service record of Maurice released from military remained absent Senator Austin Senator Reynolds sentence to confinement September 1918 September 23 served overseas service in France service on February show that Maurice splendid citizen Subscribed and sworn United States Army United States Penitentiary Washington World War Adjusted