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JANUARY 1, 1938— DECEMBER 31, 1940 

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PAGE 

Report of the Adjutant General 1938-1939-1940 3 

Report of Audit 1938 17 

Report of Audit 1939 19 

Report of Audit 1940 21 

Report of U. S. Property & Disbursing Officer 1938-1940 24 

Roster— North Carolina National Guard for 1938-1939 28 

Roster — North Carolina National Guard as of September 

16, 1940— Date of Induction 43 

Officers — Inactive National Guard 58 

Enlisted Men — National Guard of the United States hold- 
ing Inactive Commissions 58 

Officers — National Guard who have Severed their Connec- 
tion with the Service 1938-1939-1940 59 

Executive Order of The President Ordering the National 

Guard into Federal Service 61 

Executive Order of The Governor 62 

General Orders 1938 64 

General Orders 1939 95 

General Orders 1940 140 

Special Orders and Circular Letters 1938-1940 170 

(Certain ones of importance or general interest) 
Roster of Officers and Enlisted Men Inducted into Federal 

Service 185 

North Carolina In The Program of National Defense 292 

Brief for Consideration of Joint Committee on Appro- 
priations 295 

Former Adjutants General of North Carolina 299 



REPORT 

OP 

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL 

OF THE 

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 1938— DECEMBER 31, 1940 



To: His Excellency, The Governor of North Carolina and Com- 
mander-in-Chief, North Carolina National Guard, Raleigh, 
North Carolina. 

Sir: — Submitted herein is a report of the operation of the 
Adjutant General's Department and on matters pertaining to the 
National Guard for the triennium January 1, 1938, through 
December 31, 1940. 

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 

The following is a report made under date of December 30, 
1938, covering this year : 

It is our effort to handle State funds to the best interest of the 
National Guard and to run the office on an economical basis. Our 
appropriation as made annually by the General Assembly is not 
quite enough to enable us to carry on some of the normal activi- 
ties necessary in the maintenance and training of the troops. In 
the operation of the Adjutant General's Department, it is stated 
that salaries in general of the office employees are in keeping 
with the salaries for the respective positions as paid in all State 
Departments. We do not have a surplus of employees, endeavor- 
ing at all times to carry on the work necessary with a minimum 
force. 

STRENGTH OF THE NATIONAL GUARD 

The present strength of the North Carolina National Guard 
is 3,438 officers and men. The strength allotted the State by the 
War Department is 3,560 officers and men. It is required by 
the Federal Government that each unit maintain a minimum 
strength, according to the tables of organization, in order to 
retain Federal support and Federal equipment. There are sixty 
units with station in many sections and counties throuhout the 



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State. All units authorized by the War Department have been 
organized. 

TRAINING 

The Adjutant General has always endeavored to maintain and 
train the National Guard purely as a military organization with- 
out regard to politics or religion; endeavoring at all times to 
secure the best available officer personnel to perform the partic- 
ular and necessary military duties to which assigned. Enlisted 
men and junior officers having shown the proper ability and 
interest are given the opportunity for promotion to fill occurring 
vacancies. In the selection of officer personnel to command 
these troops it is our desire to secure these officers from the citi- 
zenship and to secure officers who, having the military knowl- 
edge, confidence and respect of the business community in which 
they live and who understanding that there is work to be done, 
feel that they can and will give sufficient time to these military 
duties that they may maintain an efficient organization. 

SPECIAL DUTY OF TROOPS 

It is very pleasing to state that there has been no unlawful 
disturbances within the State within the past two years necessi- 
tating the Governor to order on duty any part of the National 
Guard, however, during 1937 one unit was called on duty at High 
Point to assist in the rescue of men covered in a landslide in 
connection with the construction of the railroad tunnel. In years 
past National Guard troops have protected prisoners on trial 
and have been used in disasters embodying conflagrations and 
tornadoes, etc., and have performed in these duties a splendid 
service to the State and citizenship. 

ARMORIES 

For the many years past units of the National Guard have 
occupied armories leased by them for the purpose and usually 
located in some mercantile building in the community and gen- 
erally on an upstairs floor. Such armories have never been satis- 
factory and in the last two or three years the War Department, 
which issues to each National Guard unit from $50,000 to 
$100,000 worth of Federal property, has been more insistent that 
proper and adequate armories be provided for training and par- 
ticularly for care of Government property against theft and 
fire. Within the last two years, through the Works Progress 
Administration and the sponsorship of municipalities and coun- 



Report of The Adjutant General 5 

ties, we have had constructed in the State twenty-three new 
and adequate brick armories, which armories are occupied by 
twenty-six units of the Guard. In Greensboro, through arrange- 
ments with the municipality, there has been constructed a suit- 
able armory which is occupied by four units. At the present 
time we are endeavoring to arrange for the construction of three 
additional armories. 

ALLOTMENT TO OFFICERS 

Under Section 6889, Consolidated Statutes of 1919, as amended 
from time to time, certain allotments are made to officers and 
organizations of the National Guard. The amount authorized 
as payment to each organization annually of $600.00 is not suffi- 
cient to pay armory rent in the majority of cases, and this 
amount necessarily is augmented in many instances by allot- 
ments made by counties and municipalities. There is also the 
matter of other minor expenses incident to the maintenance of 
an armory and the organization. The allotment authorized for 
certain officers of the Guard who have administrative functions 
throughout the year cannot be paid in full because of the lack of 
funds in this item of our budget. These officers give a great 
amount of time and thought to the maintenance and training of 
their respective commands and, I feel, are entitled to the full, 
though small, amount as authorized in the law. 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR NATIONAL GUARDSMEN 

The Federal Government authorizes each year a certain num- 
ber of the officer and enlisted personnel to attend the Regular 
Army Service Schools for a period of approximately three 
months. 

Each year the War Department affords the Governor one to 
two recommendations of an enlisted man of the Guard to take 
an examination for entrance to the United States Military Acad- 
emy. This selection is made under War Department regulations 
based upon a preliminary examination held in this office; the 
man attaining the highest general average receiving the recom- 
mendation. 

Through competitive rifle range work the National Guard rifle 
team is selected each year to attend the National Rifle Matches 
at Camp Perry, Ohio, at Federal expense. 

In these matters and through the disciplinary training of the 
young men, they are not only fitted to protect themselves in case 
of any future or Federal emergency but have that knowledge of 



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military training to cause them to perform their duties in a 
proper and efficient manner and to obey orders or directions of 
proper and higher authority. In my judgment, this training is 
of great benefit to the young man in his business life, all of which 
is of benefit to the business community of the State. 

STATE APPROPRIATION 

For each of the two years, as stated, the State appropriation, 
as made by the General Assembly for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1937, was $81,180 and for the year ending June 30, 1938, 
$90,795. Expenditures from the appropriation for 1937 are 
shown in the copy taken from the report of the audit of our 
accounts, as follows: 

STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENSE 

Year Ended June 30, 1937 

INCOME: EXHIBIT "A" 

Appropriation, Chapter 306, P. L. 1935 $81,180.00 

Contingency & Emergency (Spec. Duty) 360.62 

25% Salaries Withheld 1933 1,059.44 

$82,600.06 
EXPENSE: 

Administration $17,909. 47 

National Guard ' 58,850.30 

Special Duty 360.62 

25% Salaries withheld 1933 1,059.44 78,179.83 

EXCESS INCOME OVER EXPENSE .._.. 4,420.23 

PROOF: 

Balance (State Auditor's Records) June 30, 1937- _ $ 4,420.23 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

Year Ended June 30, 1937 

RECEIPTS: EXHIBIT "B" 

Appropriation, Chapter 306, P. L. 1935 $76,759.77 

Contingency and Emergency (Special Duty). — 360.62 

25% Salaries withheld 1933 - - - 1,059.44 

$78,179.83 



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DISBURSEMENTS: 

I. Administration: 

101 Salary Adjutant General $ 4,625.01 

102 Salaries Office Staff 10,554.00 

103 Wages Janitor-Messenger _ 676.00 

104 Postage and Box Rent 704.00 

105 Telephone and Telegrams 392.95 

106 Express, Freight and Drayage 11.41 

107 Office Supplies 307.67 

108 Printing Forms, Stationery, etc 190.39 

109 Binding 8.25 

110 Publications ._ 22.00 

111 Repairs 22.79 

112 Equipment 395.00 

Total Administration $17,909.47 

II. National Guard: 

201 Officers Special Duty $ 903.18 

202 Official Travel _. 336.55 

203 Occasional Travel ._ 474.49 

204 SA Allowances Organization 33,310.00 

205 30th Division 400.00 

206 Rentals 4,890.00 

207 Camp Glenn 206.21 

208 Examination of Recruits 1,188.20 

209 Insurance and Bonding 87.40 

210 Tel. N. G. Instructors 203.30 

211 Encampments 103.67 

212 Association Dues 125.00 

213 State Arsenal 

214 Other Expense 508.32 

215 Salary Ckg. Federal Property 2,064.00 

216 Travel Ckg. Federal Property 688.46 

217 Court Martials 

218 Allotment, Officers and Supply Sgts 13,329.52 

219 Workmen's Compensation 30.00 

Total National Guard $58,850.30 

III. N. G. Special Duty: 

Emergency $ 360.62 

IV. 25% Salaries Withheld 1933: 

Salaries 1,059.44 

Total Disbursements $78,179.83 



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DISBURSEMENTS BY OBJECTS: 

Salaries $17,919.01 

Supplies and Materials 307.67 

Postage, Telephone and Telegrams.— 1,311.66 

Travel Expense . — 1,499.50 

Printing and Binding 220.64 

Repairs 22.79 

General Expense ._ 635.32 

Insurance and Bonding _. 87.40 

Extraordinary 54,360.78 

Equipment ..__ 395.00 

$76,759.77 

N. G. Special Duty . 360.62 

25% Salaries Withheld 1933 — 1,059.44 



Total Disbursements _ _ - — $78,179.83 

FEDERAL FUNDS 

In addition to the amount expended from State funds, as 
shown in paragraph 8, above, the Federal Government has pro- 
vided for the fiscal year 1938, through the United States Prop- 
erty and Disbursing Officer, who holds a dual position with the 
State and Federal Government, approximately the following : 

For Camps of Instruction, including service pay, 

transportation and subsistence _ ..$128,345.44 

Pay of officers and enlisted men for attendance 

at drills at home stations 257,780.47 

Arms, uniforms and equipment and miscel- 
laneous 122,847.00 

$508,972.91 

In addition to the above the War Department assigns to duty 
with the National Guard of the State eight Regular Army 
Officers as Instructors and eight Sergeant Instructors whose pay 
and expense will probably approximate $70,000.00. 

Approximately $350,000 cash goes to organizations and men 
in the counties having National Guard units. Based upon the 
Federal expenditures of $508,972.91 (excluding the Instructor 
personnel) and the State appropriation of $90,795.00 the com- 
parative cost per year per man in maintaining the National 
Guard of North Carolina is Federal Government $145.42 and 
State $25.72. 

The Adjutant General will be glad to furnish further infor- 
mation as to the Military service of the State and this Depart- 
ment as may be desired. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 9 

1939. — Practically no unusual activities of the Department or 
of the National Guard occurred within this year. It is believed 
that the statement publicly made on many occasions by Governor 
Hoey, that sit-down strikes would not be permitted in this State 
and that law and order would be maintained, is largely responsi- 
ble for the fact that North Carolina was not troubled with law- 
lessness and no part of the National Guard was called out during 
this period for service in the State. 

The War Department did, however, order the National Guard 
into seven days' winter field training which is the first time in 
the history of the Guard that the organization has entered field 
training at a time other than for the annual summer encamp- 
ments of fifteen days. Copies of General Orders embodied in 
this report give more detailed information as to these maneuvers. 
These maneuvers were most satisfactory and of much value in 
training to both officers and men. 

Eleven members of the Governor's personal Staff accompanied 
him to New York upon occasion of North Carolina Day at the 
New York World's Fair which date was June 14, 1939. This is 
the first occasion in several years upon which our Governor has 
used his full Staff upon an official occasion. 



THE STRENGTH OF THE NATIONAL GUARD 

Company B, 105th Medical Regiment was organized under 
authority of the War Department in April 1940 and was Feder- 
ally recognized on April 20. 

The War Department authorized in September 1939 an in- 
crease of seven hundred fifty-three (753) enlisted men for the 
Ntional Guard which increased the strength from three thousand 
four hundred thirty-eight (3,438) officers and men to two hun- 
dred seventy-seven (277) officers, five (5) warrant officers and 
four thousand thirteen (4,013) enlisted men. This was approxi- 
mately the strength of the National Guard when authorized an 
increase to peace strength immediately prior to the induction of 
the National Guard of the State into Federal service on September 
16, 1940. 

NATIONAL MATCHES AND MARKSMANSHIP 

The State sent the National Guard rifle team, composed of 
the team coach, ten shooting members and two alternates, to the 
National Matches, Camp Perry, Ohio, August 21-September 10, 
1938. These matches are held at the expense of the Federal 



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Report of The Adjutant General 



Government. Civilian Rifle Team also attended the matches in 
1938, 1939 and 1940. Due to conflicting dates of the Army 
Maneuvers in Mississippi and Louisiana during August 1940 
with those of the matches, we did not send a National Guard team 
to participate in this year's matches. 

Though it has been a hard matter to get the majority of those 
units equipped with rifles definitely interested in marksmanship, 
a few companies of the 120th Infantry and the 105th Engineers 
entered the Indoor Rifle Matches held by the Chief of the 
National Guard Bureau during the year 1939, but there was no 
participation on the part of our National Guard during these 
matches in 1940. 

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY 

The annual competitive examination, open to all enlisted men 
of the National Guard, is held at the office of the Adjutant 
General, and based upon which the Governor has the opportunity 
to recommend an enlisted man of the National Guard to take the 
final competitive and entrance examination for the United States 
Military Academy at West Point. The Governor's recommen- 
dation in 1938 was for Private Thorpe C. Grice, Headquarters 
and Service Company, 105th Engineers, NC. NG., station Char- 
lotte, N. C. In 1939, Private Thorpe C. Grice again attained the 
highest standing and was recommended by the Governor. Due 
to the standing of Private LeRoy W. Wilson, Jr., Company E, 
105th Engineers, NC. NG., station Asheville, N. C, Private Wilson 
was recommended as an alternate. In 1940, Sergeant Louis G. 
Gamble, Battery F, 252nd Coast Artillery, NC. NG., station 
Raeford, N. C, was recommended by the Governor. 

SERVICE SCHOOLS 

During the years 1938, 1939 and 1940, the following officers 
and enlisted men of the North Carolina National Guard had the 
opportunity to attend United States Army Service Schools. At- 
tendance in these schools helps materially to perfect an officer 
and a non-commissioned officer in his military training, all of 
which is of much benefit to the National Guard. I may say that 
these schools also are conducted at Federal Government expense. 



1938 



Captain John D. Hines, QMC. 

Co. A, 105th QM. Regt. 
1st Lt. John Wm. Dandridge, 

Co. F, 120th Infantry 



Quartermaster School, Philadelphia, 
January 15th to March 31, 1938. 

Infantry School, Fort Benning Ga., 
February 24th to May 28, 1938. 



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Major A. L. Fletcher, SS. 

J.A.G.D. 
Mr. Sgt. Henry W. Mixon, 

Service Co. 105th Med. Regt. 
Sgt. Arnold A. Culbreth, 

Hq. B. 4 CT. 2nd Bn. 252nd CA. 
St. Sgt. Charles N. Baumann, 

Co. E, 105th Engineers 



1939 



Brig. General Don E. Scott, 

60th Infantry Brigade 
Colonel John H. Manning, 

120th Infantry 
Major Thomas S. Kittrell, 

105th QM. Regiment 
Captain Conrad B. Sturges, 

Co. C, 120th Infantry 
Captain Henry B. Culbreth, 

Co. M, 120th Infantry 
Captain Thomas H. Upton, FD., 

State Staff 
Captain Norman A. Fox, MC, 

252nd Coast Artillery 
Captain Charles F. Williams, MC, 

120th Infantry 
Captain Worth Wicker, 

Battery A, 113th F. A., 
St. Sgt. Ralph W. Yoder, 

Co. D, 105th Engineers 



1940 



Brig. General Don E. Scott, 

60th Infantry Brigade 
Colonel John H. Manning, 

120th Infantry 
Major Thomas S. Kittrell, 

105th QM. Regiment 
Captain James B. Cole, QMC, 

105th QM. Regiment 
2nd Lt. Joseph E. Adkins, 

Co. M, 120th Infantry 
Captain Harold R. Skillman. 

Co. B, 120th Infantry 
1st Lt. John H. McKinnon 

Co. L, 120th Infantry 
Captain Wiley M. Pickens, 

Company D, 105th Engineers 
Sgt. Thurman D. Woodall, 

Hq. B. & CT. 2nd Bn. 113th FA. 
Captain Wm. H. Williams, 

Hq. 3rdBn., 113th FA. 
Captain Weston H. Willis, 

Battery D, 113th FA. 
Captain Ernest P. Meredith, Jr , 

Battery C, 113th FA. 
1st Lt. Frank W. Wheless, Jr., 

Battery B, 113th FA. 
Captain Philip B. Smith, MAC, 
Captain James N. O'Neil, MAC. 



Selective Service School, Washington, D. C, 

March 28, 1939 for two weeks. 
Medical Field Service School, Carlisle Barracks, Pa., 

Sept. 11th to Nov. 12, 1938. 
Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va., 

Sept. 13th to Dec. 21, 1938. 
Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va., 

Sept. 14th to Dec. 17, 1938. 



Command and Staff School, Camp J. C. R. Foster, 
Fla., January 14th-29th, 1939. 



Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga., 

Feb. 22nd to May 26, 1939. 
Infrantry School, Fort Benning, Ga., 

Feb. 22nd to May 26, 1939. 
Selective Service School, Washington, D. C, 

April 9, 1939 for two weeks. 
Assoc. Military Surgeons, Washington, D. C, 

May 8th-10th, 1939. 
Assoc. Military Surgeons, Washington, D. C, 

May 8th-10th, 1939. 
Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Okla., 

Sept. 14th to Dec. 16, 1939. 
Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va., 

Sept. 15th to Dec. 16, 1939. 



Command and Staff School, Jackson Barracks, La., 
January 7th-22nd, 1940. 



Quartermaster School, Philadelphia, 
Jan. 15th to March 30th, 1940 



Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga., 
Feb. 20th to May 24, 1940. 



Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va., 

March 14th to June 14, 1940. 
Communications Course, Field Artillery School, 

Fort Sill, Okla., Feb. 8th to June 8, 1940. 



Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Okla., 
Feb. 8th to May 11, 1940. 



QM. Motor Transport School, Holabird QM. Depot, 
Baltimore, Md., Feb. 3rd to April 4, 1940. 



Fort McClellan, Ala., Field Training with Regular 
Army concentrations 3rd & 4th Army Areas. 



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IstLt. Gilbert M. O'Neil, "l Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga., 

Co. B, 120th Infantry J Feb. 20th to May 24th, 1940. 

Brig. General Don E. Scott, 

60th Infantry Brigade 
Colonel Graham K. Hobbs, 

105th Engineers 
Major Thomas S. Kittrell, 
105th QM. Regiment 

Major A. L. Fletcher, SS. ] Selective Service Conference, Washington, D. C, 

Captain Charles R. Jonas, SS. \ April 6th-21st, 1940. 

Captain Thomas H. Upton, SS. J 

Captain Harold W. Glascock, Jr., MC, \ Medical Field Service School, Fort Benning, Ga., 

Med. Det„ 120th Infantry J May 2nd to June 1, 1940. 

Captain Somers S. Smith, 1 Field Artillery School, Fort Sill, Okla., 

113th Field Artillery J Sept. 12th to Dec. 7, 1940. 

CAMPS, ARMORY DRILLS AND INSPECTIONS 

Army drills have progressed on a weekly basis as heretofore 
at home stations of respective units. Each year the War Depart- 
ment assigns regular Army Officers as inspectors to inspect all 
units of the National Guard at their home stations. These inspec- 
tions bring out the state of efficiency in training of the men of 
the unit and conditions of property and armory facilities. In 
many instances the Federal Inspecting Officers have criticized 
severely certain armories which have been leased and in which 
adequate facilities are not available for the proper care and 
protection of Federal property. Mainly through the construc- 
tion of new armories, some of these conditions have been cor- 
rected. Yet there is still a criticism of other armories which are 
not adequate. 

Camps. — In 1938 the Coast Artillery entered its summer field 
training at Fort Moultrie, South Carolina, its normal place of 
training. The remainder of the National Guard went into 
Maneuvers in the DeSoto National Forest near Hattiesburg, 
Mississippi. 

In 1939 the summer camps were intended to be held at Camp 
Jackson, South Carolina and at Fort Moultrie; but due to an 
epidemic in South Carolina at that time, it was necessary to 
change the camp locations. The North Carolina part of the 30th 
Division Headquarters and Detachments, 30th Signal Company, 
105th Engineers, and 105th Medical Regiment encamped at 
Camp Foster, Florida. The 252d Coast Artillery encamped at 
Fort Story, Virginia. The 113th Field Artillery encamped at 
Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The 120th Infantry, the State 
Staff and Hq. Co., 60th Brigade were at Fort McClellan, Alabama 
in July. The Brigade Commander and Staff visited the 117th 



Report of The Adjutant General 13 

Infantry in camp in Tennessee part of the period and the 120th 
Infantry at Fort McClellan for the remainder of the time. 

In 1940, the 252d Coast Artillery camped at Fort Moultrie, 
South Carolina in July. All other branches of the service took 
part in the Third Army Maneuvers for three weeks, spending 
part of the time in training with the 30th Division in the vicinity 
of Camp Shelby, Mississippi. From thence they proceeded to 
the Sabine Area in Louisiana where they were joined by Regular 
Army and National Guard troops from eight states of the Fourth 
Corps Area for the large maneuvers. The headquarters for these 
maneuvers was Camp Beauregard near Alexandria, Louisiana. 

ARMORIES 

Since the report of the Adjutant General as of December 31, 
1937, under the direction of Works Progress Administration 
with the assistance of local communities as sponsors, there have 
been constructed additional new armories at Leaksville, Parkton, 
Louisburg and Lumberton. During 1940 construction was begun 
on armories at Warrenton, Roanoke-Rapids and Dunn; these, 
however, were not completed at the end of 1940. Oxford and 
Shelby are considering such construction. 

APPROPRIATION RY GENERAL ASSEMRLY 

This Department presented a budget of approximately $90,000 
to the General Assembly of 1939 and in the hearings before the 
Joint Appropriations Committee, the Committee gave out infor- 
mation that this budget had been cut by approximately $12,000. 
With the assistance of officers of the Advisory Board, we were 
able to restore part of this cut, and the final appropriation for 
each year of the biennium as made was $83,421. In view of the 
reduction of the annual appropriation of the National Guard, 
this Department necessarily curtailed its activities. There seems 
not to be the "interest on the part of the citizens and particularly 
our General Assembly in the National Guard of this State as is 
manifest by the appropriations and activities in the majority of 
other states. In proportion to the strength of the National 
Guard of our State and that of other states, North Carolina is 
towards the bottom of the list in the amount of appropriations 
made by the respective general assemblies. The State's money 
is always conserved as far as practicable by this Department, 
yet the efficiency of the National Guard suffers to some extent 
for lack of funds with which to carry on more advanced activi- 
ties. 



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DEATHS 

Within the year 1938 the Guard lost a very efficient and popu- 
lar medical officer in the death of Lt. Col. John D. Kerr, Clinton, 
N. C, who was Executive Officer of the 105th Medical Regiment. 
In the year 1939 Lt. Col. Walter G. Craven, from the Staff of the 
34th Division died suddenly at his home; and early in the year 
1939 Major Charles Barton of the State Staff, who commanded 
the State Detachment, died at the Armory of this unit. Both of 
these officers had for a number of years rendered most valuable 
military service to the State through their efficiency and popu- 
larity. 

CONVERSION OF CAVALRY TO ENGINEERS 

The North Carolina squadron of Cavalry, embodying a troop 
at Lincolnton, Asheville and Statesville, was under General 
Orders No. 12, this Department, converted to Engineers. The 
Cavalry, a squadron of the 109th Cavalry with Headquarters in 
Tennessee became the 2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers. By this 
conversion, a complete Regiment of the 105th Engineers came 
under the command of North Carolina authorities, as formerly 
this Battalion was allotted to South Carolina. 

NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL 

During the year 1938 the Army and Navy Publishing Company 
published the National Guard annual, State of North Carolina. 
This annual was purchased by individual officers and men of the 
National Guard and copies were furnished the North Carolina 
Historical Commission, the University of North Carolina, North 
Carolina State College, the Congressional Library and other 
libraries. The annual, among other things, gives the historical 
military record of the militia and National Guard of North 
Carolina going back to the colonial period — 1662, embodying 
conflict with the Indians and other historical military activities 
in which North Carolina was involved, through North Carolina's 
part in the World War 1917-1919. 

There is included in this history, a sketch of the individual 
Companies, Batteries and Troops of the then existing National 
Guard of the State. Photographs are shown of units and of 
individual groups in their military training. 

INDUCTION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD INTO FEDERAL SERVICE 

AND ORDERS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 

SEPTEMBER 16, 1940 

Under a Proclamation of the President of the United States 
and Executive Orders No. 1, September 10, 1940 issued by the 



Report of The Adjutant General 15 

Governor of North Carolina, the entire National Guard of the 
State with the exception of the State Staff and State Detach- 
ment, was ordered into Federal Service for one year's training, 
in view of conditions confronting the Nation because of the 
unrest and wars in Europe. Though preliminaries leading up 
to the induction of troops entailed a vast amount of work on the 
part of the Adjutant General's Department, the induction was 
carried out with efficiency and without serious difficulties. Each 
unit of the Guard mobilized at its Home Station and was author- 
ized by the War Department to further recruit towards the 
war strength as given in War Department tables of organization. 
Strength of the Guard upon induction September 16, 1940 was 
302 officers, 4 warrant officers, and 4,541 enlisted men. 

Members of the State Staff were inducted into Federal Service 
different dates between September 16, 1940 and October 15, 
1940 ; and were assigned by the War Department to duty with 
the State Headquarters, Selective Service. The Adjutant Gen- 
eral, J. Van B. Metts, was recommended by the Governor to the 
President for appointment as State Director of Selective Service 
and assumed this office immediately upon the formation of this 
Headquarters, continuing at the same time his duties as the 
Adjutant General of the State. Lt. Col. Gordon Smith, U. S. P. 
& D. 0., was appointed State Procurement Officer for Selective 
Service. Major Thomas H. Upton, State Staff, was appointed 
Assistant to the State Director. 

The State Detachment, consisting of approximately 26 men, 
was reduced to 4 men and these as a State Detachment were 
inducted into Federal Service October 10, 1940 and assumed 
their duties at State Headquarters, Selective Service. 

Within fifteen days after induction, approximately all troops 
were ordered to concentrate at Camp Jackson, South Carolina, 
except the 252d Coast Artillery Regiment (155mm-Gun) which 
Regiment was ordered to Fort Moultrie, South Carolina. Later 
the 2nd Battalion, 252d Coast Artillery, was ordered to Fort 
Screven, Georgia. 

In the preparations for mobilization of the North Carolina 
National Guard upon its induction into Federal Service, much 
credit is due Lt. Col. Gordon Smith, U. S. Property and Dis- 
bursing Officer for North Carolina, Major Thomas H. Upton, 
State Staff and to the corps of regular Army Instructor per- 
sonnel at that time on duty with the Guard ; especially was 
Colonel Millard F. Waltz, Infantry, USA, Senior Instructor, of 



16 Report of The Adjutant General 

assistance to the Adjutant General. I cannot refrain from ex- 
pressing appreciation to the entire office force, all of whom 
worked much overtime, Saturday afternoons and some Sundays 
with willingness and personal interest. 

The Proclamation of the President of the United States and 
the Executive Order of the Governor of North Carolina and 
other Orders and Circulars pertaining to the induction of the 
National Guard into Federal Service is given later in this report. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
The Adjutant General. 



REPORT OF AUDIT— 1938 



(Disbursing Officer) 

Department of the Adjutant General 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

Year Ended June 30, 1938 

REVENUE: EXHIBIT "A" 

Appropriation, Chapter 99, P. L. 1937 $90,795.00 

Allotment from Contingency & Emergency Fund, 

National Guard, Special Duty 149.77 

Department Receipts __ 925.73 

Total Revenue $91,870.50 

EXPENSE: 

Administration $20,981.46 

National Guard 67,593.85 

Special Duty, National Guard 149.77 

Net Expense __ $88,725.08 

REFUNDS: 

On Voucher issued National Guard Rifle Team in 

amount of $500.00, 8/17/37 9.13 

From Medical Detachment, Disbanded 411.80 

Total Disbursements 89,146.01 

UNEXPENDED BALANCE OF REVENUE ..-. 2,724.49 

PROOF: 

Balance Appropriation 6/30/38 (State Auditor's Records). 2,724.49 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

Year Ended June 30, 1938 
RECEIPTS: EXHIBIT "B" 
From State Treasurer... $89,146.01 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Administration : 

Salary Adjutant General $ 5,000.00 

Salaries Office Staff 13,390.00 

Wages Janitor-Messenger — 754.00 

Postage and Box Rent 561.00 

Telephone and Telegraph 390.58 

Express, Freight, Drayage 22.26 

Office Supplies 236.65 

Printing 272.95 

Binding 1.70 

Publications 107.71 

Equipment-Repairs 41.15 

Equipment 203.46 

$20,981.46 



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National Guard: 

Officers Special Duty..... $ 1,917.54 

Travel— Official 349.44 

Travel — Occasional 689.12 

Semi-annual Allowances Org 33,098.20 

30th Division 500.00 

Rentals 4,295.00 

Examination Recruits 1,872.00 

Insurance and Bonding 72.00 

Tel. N. G. Instructors 225.31 

Encampment 74.84 

Association Dues 102.00 

Other Expense 202.43 

Travel, Ckg. Federal Property 653.58 

Courts Martial, Disband., Reorg 12.00 

Allot. Officers & Sup. Sgts 22,502.25 

National Guard Rifle Team 497.77 

Maintenance Reg. and Separate 

Battalion Headquarters 505.08 

Workmen's Compensation 25.29 

.$67,593.85 

National Guard — Special Duty: 

Emergency 149.77 



Net Expense ... $88,725.08 

REFUNDS: 

National Guard Rifle Team 9.13 

Medical Detachment, Disbanded 411.80 420.93 



Total Disbursements _ $89,146.01 

DISBURSEMENTS BY OBJECTS: 

Salaries $19,144.00 

Supplies and Materials 236.65 

Postage, Tel., Tel., Express 1,199.15 

Travel Expense 1,692.14 

Printing and Binding 382.36 

Repairs and Alterations 41.15 

General Expense — . 304.43 

Insurance and Bonding 72.00 

Equipment : ~ 203.46 

Extraordinary 65,299.97 

National Guard— Special Duty 149.77 

Refunds 420.93 

Total $89,146.01 



REPORT OF AUDIT— 1939 



(Disbursing Officer) 

Department of the Adjutant General 
Raleigh, North Carolina 
Year Ended June 30, 1939 

EXHIBIT "A" 
REVENUE: 

Appropriation Chapter 99, P. L. 1937- __, $90,795.00 

EXPENSE: 

Administration __ $22,050.89 

National Guard 67,468.85 

Total Expense __ 89,519.74 

EXCESS REVENUE OVER EXPENSE 1,275.26 

PROOF: 

Balance Appropriation Account as per State Auditor's 

Records, June 30, 1939 1,275.26 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

Year Ended June 30, 1939 

EXHIBIT "C" 
RECEIPTS: 

State Treasurer _ $89,519.74 

DISBURSEMENTS: 
Administration : 

Salary Adjutant General $ 5,000.00 

Salaries Office Staff _ 13,860.00 

Wages Janitor-Messenger _ 754.00 

Postage and Box Rent __ 700.00 

Telegrams and Telephone 356.34 

Express, Freight, Drayage 13.71 

Office Supplies 291.42 

Printing 269.65 

Binding 5.00 

Publications 412.51 

Equipment Repairs 40.85 

Equipment 347.41 

Total Administration $22,050.89 



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National Guard: 

Officers Special Duty $ 1,007.52 

Travel— Official 347.21 

Travel — Occasional 1,126.46 

S. A. Allowances Organizations 34,280.00 

30th Division 500.00 

Rentals ...... 1,800.00 

Physical Examination Recruits 2,007.50 

Insurance and Bonding 35.00 

Tel. N. G. Instructors ._ 206.43 

Encampment 177.10 

Association Dues r 137.00 

State Arsenal 40.50 

Other Expense 215.11 

Travel, Ckg. Federal Property 631.65 

Courts Martial, Disband., Reorg 274.87 

Allotment Officers and Supply 

Sergeants 23,485.32 

N. G. Rifle Team.-... 500.00 

Maintenance Regimental and Sep. 

Bn. Headquarters _.._ 656.18 

Workmen's Compensation 41.00 

Total National Guard $67,468.85 

Total All Disbursements $89,519.74 

SUMMARY BY OBJECTS: 

Salaries and Wages ._ $19,614.00 

Supplies and Materials 291.42 

Postage, Telephone, Telegrams, Express 1,276.48 

Travel Expense _. 2,105.32 

Printing and Binding 687.16 

Repairs and Alterations 40.85 

General Expense 352.11 

Insurance and Bonding _ 35.00 

Equipment 347.41 

Extraordinary 64,769.99 

$89,519.74 



REPORT OF AUDIT— 1940 

Department of Adjutant General 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENSE 

Year Ending June 30, 1940 

EXHIBIT "A" 
REVENUE: 

Appropriation— Chapter 185, P. L. 1939 $83,421.00 

EXPENSE: 

Administration _. _. . $21,289.74 

National Guard __ 62,123.56 

83,413.30 

EXCESS REVENUE OVER EXPENSE $ 7.70 



PROOF: 

Balance Appropriation Account as Per State Auditor's 

Records, June 30, 1940 $ 7.70 



Department of the Adjutant General 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENSE 

CIVILIAN RIFLE TEAM 

Year Ending June 30, 1940 

EXHIBIT "B" 
REVENUE: 

Appropriation— Chapter 185, P. L. 1939 _. ..._ $ 200.00 

EXPENSE: 

H. M. Rooney — 147 Entrance Fees _ $ 73.50 

H. M. Rooney— Score Books 9.60 

H. M. Rooney — Telescope Equipment 10.50 

H. M. Rooney — Travel — Promotion Marksmanship . 106.40 

Total Expense _ $ 200.00 



Department of the Adjutant General 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

Year Ending June 30, 1940 

EXHIBIT "C" 
RECEIPTS: 

From State Treasurer _ $83,413.30 



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DISBURSEMENTS: 
Administration : 

Salary— Adjutant General $ 5,000.00 

Salaries— Office Staff 13,727.00 

Wages Janitor-Messenger 768.50 

Postage and Box Rent 764.00 

Telephone and Telegraph.... 429.71 

Express, Freight, Drayage 2.70 

Office Supplies 293.13 

Printing 258.57 

Equipment Repairs 38.37 

Equipment 7.76 

Total Administration .TZZHT ~ ~ $21,289.74 

National Guard: 

Officers— Special Duty $ 1,230.31 

Travel — Official and Occasional 754.70 

S. A. Allowances Organizations 33,130.00 

30th Division 500.00 

Rentals 1,470.00 

Examination Recruits 2,267.50 

Insurance and Bonding 75.50 

Telephone N. G. Instructors 184.82 

Encampments 57.98 

Associations Dues 181.00 

State Arsenal _.. 28.75 

Other Expense 1,274.24 

Travel— Ckg. Federal Property 660.20 

Courts Martial, Disband., Reorg 221.67 

Allotment Officers and Supply Sgts... 18,996.90 

N. G. Rifle Team 500.00 

Maintenance Reg. and Sep. Battalion 

Headquarters 519.99 

Workmen's Compensation 70.00 

Total National Guard $62,123.56 

TOTAL ALL DISBURSEMENTS $83,413.30 

SUMMARY BY OBJECTS: 

Salaries and Wages $19,495.50 

Supplies and Materials 293.13 

Postage, Tel. and Tel., and Express ... 1,381.23 

Travel Expense __ _ 1,414.90 

Printing and Binding 258.57 

Repairs and Alterations 38.37 

General Expense 1,455.24 

Insurance and Bonding 75.50 

Equipment 7.76 

Extraordinary __ 58,993.10 

TOTAL $83,413.30 



Report of The Adjutant General 23 

Department of the Adjutant General 
RALEIGH, North Carolina 

RECONCILIATION OF (ASH 

Year Ending June 30, 1940 

SCHEDULE C-l 
RECEIPTS: 

From State Treasurer $83,413.30 

DISBURSEMENTS 83,413.30 

DEPARTMENTAL BALANCE JUNE 30, 1940 None 

ADD: 

Outstanding Checks $ 6,043.93 

$ 6,043.93 
DEDUCT: 

Deposit Credited by Treasurer in July 1939 4.72 



BALANCE STATE TREASURER JUNE 30, 1940 $ 6,039.21 



REPORT OF U. S. PROPERTY AND DISBURSING OFFICER 



State of North Carolina 

Office of U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer 

Raleigh 

August 19, 1941. 
Subject: Report. 

To: The Adjutant General of North Carolina, Raleigh, N. C. 

1. Report of the United States Property and Disbursing Officer for the 
period July 1, 1937 to June 30, 1941, is hereby submitted. 

ACTIVITIES 

The office has operated and functioned in accordance with federal and 
State laws during the period covered by this report. 

FEDERAL PROPERTY 

The state of equipment continues to be excellent and in most cases ade- 
quate. The federal government has furnished needed supplies and equipment 
on requisition and has approved reports of survey covering unserviceable 
and obsolete equipment. Obsolete motor vehicles have been surveyed and 
modern up to date vehicles issued in lieu thereof. Equipment furnished by 
the War Department has been ample and of modern types. 

The four years covered by this report have been the most active in the 
history of the office and the following is of interest: 

Number of requisitions July 1, 1937 to June 30, 1938 678 

Number of requisitions July 1, 193S to June 30, 1939- 661 

Number of requisitions July 1, 1939 to June 30, 1940 1,045 

Number of requisitions July 1, 1940 to June 30, 1941 38 

Number of Reports of Survey Fiscal Year 1938.. ___ 71 

Number of Reports of Survey Fiscal Year 1939 109 

Number of Reports of Survey Fiscal Year 1940 82 

Number of Reports of Survey Fiscal Year 1941 34 

Number of I and I reports Fiscal Year 1938 212 

Number of I and I reports Fiscal Year 1939 225 

Number of I and I reports Fiscal Year 1940 315 

Number of I and I reports Fiscal Year 1941 66 

FEDERAL FUNDS 

The number of vouchers handled were as follows: 

July 1, 1937 to June 30, 1938 _ 1,388 

July 1, 1938 to June 30, 1939 1,551 

July 1, 1939 to June 30, 1940 ..2,051 

July 1, 1940 to June 30, 1941 1,006 

The work of the office from a financial and property standpoint continues 
to increase on account of additional requirements in accounting for property 
and federal funds. Suspensions have been negligible and the office has an 
excellent record in this respect as well as for general efficiency. 

This efficiency may be attributed to the employees of the office who are 
painstaking, efficient, conscientious, earnest and faithful in their work. 
Funds expended were as follows: 



Report of The Adjutant General 25 

Receipts 

Balance on hand July 1, 1937.... - ..$ 3,793.97 

War Warrants _ - _ _.. 185,292.65 



Total ._ .....$189,086.62 

Disbursements 

Expenses, Camps of Instruction... ..— $114,052.98 

Compensation, Caretakers and Mechanics 45,590.21 

U. S. Property & Disbursing Officer 2,400.00 

Procurement of Supplies (Animal) 281.48 

Equipment & Incidental Expenses 9,239.09 

Deposit Unexpended Balance 15,009.93 

Balance June 30, 1938 2,512.93 

Total $189,086.62 

Receipts 

Balance on hand July 1, 1938 $ 2,512.93 

War Warrants 203,349.95 

Total $205,862.88 

Disbursements 

Expenses, Camps of Instruction $134,255.71 

Compensation, Caretakers and Mechanics 42,156.57 

U. S. Property & Disbursing Officer 2,400.00 

Equipment and Incidental Expenses 9,378.30 

Deposit Unexpended Balance 17,672.30 

Balance June 30, 1938 nil 

Total $205,862.88 

Receipts 

Balance on hand July 1, 1939 nil 

War Warrants ._ ...$289,181.78 

Total ...$289,181.78 

Disbursements 

Expenses, Camps of Instruction. _ $202,194.55 

Compensation, Caretakers and Mechanics 44,334.31 

U. S. Property & Disbursing Officer 2,400.00 

Accounting Employees 1,828.00 

Equipment and Incidental Expenses. 14,827.27 

Deposit Unexpended Balance 17,666.40 

Balance June 30, 1940... 5,931.25 

Total $289,181.78 

Receipts 

Balance July 1, 1940 _ _ .__.$ 5,931.25 

War Warrants _.__ 239,498.01 

Total __ $245,429.26 



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Disbursements 

Expenses, Camps of Instruction $203,222.57 

Compensation, Caretakers and Mechanics 9,589.64 

U. S. Property & Disbursing Officer 500.00 

Accounting Employees 3,253.83 

Equipment and Incidental Expenses 6,939.74 

Deposits Unexpended Balance ..__ 21,923.48 

Balance June 30, 1941 nil 



Total _. $245,429.26 

GENERAL 

The office has functioned satisfactorily during the period of this report. 
The duties of the office have increased and are partly enumerated as a 
matter of interest: 

(1) The disbursement of about $200,000.00 in federal funds annually. 

(2) Accountability for from 3 to 4 millions of dollars in federal 

property. 

(3) The keeping of individual property accounts for all organizations 

of the North Carolina National Guard. 

(4) Submitting and approving requisitions for federal property re- 

quired by organizations of the State. 

(5) Issuing Bills of Lading and Transportation Requests. 

(6) Duties as contracting officer. 

(7) Reports of Survey, I and I reports, etc. 

(8) The handling of rail movements to and from camps. 

(9) Purchase gasoline and oil under Treasury Department contracts. 

(10) Purchase motor vehicle parts. 

(11) Preparation of estimates for the War Department covering sum- 

mer camps and other purposes. 

(12) Payment of caretakers. 

2. On September 16, 1940 the entire North Carolina National Guard 
was inducted into federal service pursuant to instructions of the President. 
Under War Department orders contained in Army Regulations 130-10 all 
federal property in the hands of the various units of the North Carolina 
National Guard was ordered turned over to the federal government and this 
involved a considerable task upon the office of the United States Property 
and Disbursing Officer. The federal property which had to be turned over 
embraced about 3,800 items consisting of about 72 typed sheets of legal size 
paper with a value of from $3,500,000.00 to $4,000,000.00. In spite of the 
situation and the fact that the stock records of the undersigned was over 
twenty years old during which time various changes of nomenclature has 
been made, every single item for which the State was responsible through 
this office as the accountable officer has been accounted for and all property 
accounts have been finally settled with the War Department without having 
to call upon the State of North Carolina for refundment of a single penny. 
This record was made possible through the fine cooperation of the unit com- 
manders and acknowledgment of same is gratefully made. 

The situation in this respect is entirely different from conditions which 
existed upon occasions when the National Guard had been in federal service 



Report of The Adjutant General 27 

previously and on such occasions there were considerable shortages which 
might be expected. 

In the matter of federal funds the same conditions exist and suspensions 
in finance accounts are practically nil over a period of twenty years. 

3. Cooperation on the part of organization commanders and other indi- 
vidual officers and men have made it possible for this office to satisfactorily 
discharge the duties assigned and has made the work a pleasure. In the 
operation of this office for the period covered by this report acknowledgment 
is made of the fine assistance rendered by Major M. H. Austell, F.D., N.C.N.G. 

Gordon Smith, 
hi. Col. QMC USP & DO, North Carolina. 



INSTRUCTORS— N. C. NATIONAL GUARD 



Colonel Adolphe Huguet, Inf. 
INF. The Adjutant General's Office 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Lt. Col. William A. McCulloch, Inf. 
INF. Room 214 Post Office Building 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Major William Hones, Inf. 
INF. P. 0. Box 79 

Durham, N. C. 

Major A. S. Quintard, FA. 
FA. The Adjutant General's Office 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Major Leslie E. Babcock, FA. 
FA. Greenville, N. C. 



Lt. Col. Harry R. Melton, MC. 
MC. P. 0. Box 4 

Henderson, N. C. 

Lt. Col. James deB. Walbach, CA. 
CA. P. 0. Box 252 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Lt. Col. Robert C. Williams, CE. 
CE. Room 214 Post Office Building 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Major Leon H. Richmond, Signal Corps 
SC. Room 113 U. S. Court House 

Mobile, Ala. 

Captain Henry S. Evans, QMC. 
QMC. State Armory— 1219 Assembly Street 

Columbia, S. C. 

Sgt. Gilbert Daniels 

17-19 North Market Street > Sgt. Instr. 

Asheville, N. C. J Signal Corps. 



ROSTER 



NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD 

1938-1939 



Governor Clyde R. Hoey, Commander-in-Chief 
Brigadier General J. Van B. Metts, The Adjutant General 



STATE STAFF 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Asst. Adjutant General 


Lt. Col. QMC— 


Jan. 14, 1927 


Raleigh 





*U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer. 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


James Carlyle Dempsey 






May 14, 1928 
Mar. 23, 1929 
Nov. 14, 1929 
June 28, 1934 
Oct. 12, 1934 
June 18, 1934 
Jan. 22, 1935 






JAGD 






Charles Barden 


Quartermaster 
























Captain 

Captain _._ 

















Report of The Adjutant General 
state detachment (qmc) 



29 



Name 
and 

Station 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


State 


Mar. 16, 1921 
Mar. 27, 1930) 




Major 

Captain 


Nov. 14, 1929 
June 18, 1934 




Raleigh 
(Redesignated: 


Osborn Seavey 











30TH DIVISION STAFF 

(Federal Recognition August 24, 1926) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Division Commander 

Division Finance Officer 

Division Signal Officer . 

Division Inspector.. 






Macon, Ga. 


Walter Gluyas Craven 

William Virgil Dorsev 


Lt. Col. (FD)... 

Lt. Col. (SO... 
Lt. Col. (Inf.)... 
Captain (Inf.)... 


Nov. 26, 1926 
Sept. 16, 1931 
June 28, 1934 
May 25, 1931 


Charlotte 

Newton 

Durham 


Charles Reginald Blomme 


Wilmington 













30TH DIVISION 



Station 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Finance Section 

Div. Hq. Det. 

Charlotte 


Oct. 20, 1927 


'Walter Gluyas Craven 


Lt.Col.(FD) 


Nov. 26, 1926 


Charlotte 



30TH DIVISION 



Inspector's Section 

Div. Hq. Det, 

Durham 



Oct. 1, 1935 



'Marion Butler Fowler 



Lt.Col.dnf.) 



June 2S, 1934 



Durham 



30TH DIVISION 



Signal Section 

Div. Hq. Det. 

Canton 



Nov. 14, 1931 



'William Virgil Dorsey. 



Lt. Col.(SC) 



Sept. 16, 1931 



Newton 



30 



Report of The Adjutant General 
special, division troops 

30th SIGNAL COMPANY 





Date of 






Date of 




Station 


Federal 
Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 
Recognition 


Residence 






'Carter Lee Rhinehart 


Captain 


Sept. 16, 1931 


Canton 






Mailey Kermy Hipps 


1st Lt 


June 25, 1932 


Canton 


Cantan 


April 12, 1921 


George Henry Ryder 


1st Lt 


Feb. 2, 1934 


Canton 






Harold Albert Buck 


IstLt 


Mar. 10, 1934 


Canton 






William Lee McElrath.-. 


2ndLt 


June 1 1, 1933 


Canton 






Wayne E. Robinson _ ._ 


2ndLt 


Oct. 4, 1934 


Canton 



60th BRIGADE 

(Federal Recognition June 1, 1926) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Brigade Commander 


Brigadier Gen... 

Major (Inf.) 

Captain (Inf.)... 
1st. Lt. (Inf.)... 


Jan. 25, 1937 
July 8, 1927 
April 11, 1934 
June 2, 1930 








Kenneth Alexander Kirby 

Charles Brantley Ay cock 


Adjutant 

Aide, Brigade Comdr 


Raleigh 
Raleigh 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, 60th BRIGADE 



Station 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Dec. 22, 1927 


*George Albert Ferguson. . 
William Oscar Jenkins 


Captain 

2ndLt 


Oct, 10, 1039 
Jan. 24, 1935 






Leaks ville 



120TH INFANTRY 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Federal Recognition May 2, 1921) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Commanding 


Colonel 

Lt. Col 


Feb. 1, 1937 
Mar. 3, 1937 
Dec. 16, 1931 
Nov. 5, 1926 
Jan. 14, 1927 
Mar. 23, 1929 
May 17, 1935 


Raleigh 








Int. O. &P.&TO 

Asst. P*TO 

Adjutant 

Supply Officer 








Captain. 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain. _. 




Ernest Ronald Morgan 


Gastonia 
Raleigh 




Mount Airy 









Report of The Adjutant General 
companies 



31 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Cflcer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Company 


Recognition 






Recognition 




Hq. Co. 
Reidsville 


April 4, 1921 






Dec. 


11, 1936 




Wilson Sylvester Bigham_ 


2nd Lt 


Oct. 


1, 1938 


Reidsville 




April 2.A921 


•Theodore King Fountain. 


Captain.. . 


July- 


5, 1927 


Raleigh 


Service Co. 


J 


John Gorman Allen, Jr.. _ 


1st Lt 


Jan. 


18, 1929 


Raleigh 


Raleigh 


_^S 


Robert Mark Bynum, Jr. 


1st Lt 


April 


23, 1930 


Raleigh 






Win. Henry Johnston, Jr. 


2ndLt 


June 


2, 1930 


Raleigh 






Thomas Blake McDowell. 


W. 0. 


May 


12, 1938 


Raleigh 


Howit/er Co. 


Mar. 5, 1921 


*Arthur Hamilton Fuller.. 


Captain 


Jan. 


5, 1927 


Gastonia 


Gastonia 




Maston Samuel Parham.. 


1st Lt 


May 


25, 1937 


Gastonia 






Edward Smith Gordon 


2ndLt 


June 


21, 1937 


Gastonia 






Willard Coe Goley 


Major MC. 


June 


3, 1927 


Graham 




May 16, 1921 


"Henry Blauchard Moore.. 


Capt. MC. 


June 


3, 1927 


Graham 


Medical 




James Gladstone 










Department 




Crutchfield 


Capt. DC. 


June 


26, 1924 


Asheboro 


Detachment 




Charles Frederick 










Graham 




Williams.. 

Harold Winfield 


Capt. MC. 


Aug. 


30, 1937 


Raleigh 








Capt. MC. 


June 


23, 1938 










H(|. IstBn. 


May 9, 1921 


Claude Thomas Bowers. _ 


Major 


Mar. 


22, 1938 


Warrenton 


Hq. Co. 1st Bn. 


May 13, 1921 


♦Elbert Earle Fuller 


1st Lt 


J'ily 


3, 1922 


Oxford 


Oxford 




Charles Floney Jones 


2ndLt 


Mar. 


25, 1924 


Oxford 


A 




•Calvin Floyd Smith 


Captain 


Feb. 


1, 1937 


Burlington 


Burlington 


July 12, 1920 


Kassell Chalmer Sykes 


1st Lt 


Feb. 


13, 1936 


Burlington 






William Levi Shoffner 


2ndLt 


Feb. 


13, 1936 


Burlington 


B 


Feb. 18, 1921 


•Harold Rafford Skillman. 


Captain 


June 


10, 1938 


Warrenton 


Warrenton 




Andrew Jackson Hundlev. 


1st Lt 


June 


10, 1938 


Warrenton 






Nicholas Boyd Mustian. _ 


2nd Lt 


June 


30, 1938 


Warrenton 


C 


Feb. 10, 1921 


•Conrad Boyd Sturges 

uilbert Maurice O'Neil... 


Captain 


Nov. 


13, 1934 


Henderson 


Henderson 




1st Lt 


Dec. 


11, 1934 


Henderson 






George Durwood Williams 


2ndLt 


Dec. 


11, 1934 


Henderson 


D 


Jan. 19, 1920 


•Luther Howerton Barbour 


Captain 


April 


3, 1923 


Durham 


Durham 




Henry Floyd Pickett 


1st Lt 


June 


17, 1938 


Durham 






John Claiborn Byrd.. ._ 


2ndLt 


Sept. 


28, 1938 


Durham 


Hq. 2nd Bn. 


June 15, 1921 


Stephen Blan Dollev 


Major 


Jan. 


5, 1927 


Gastonia 


Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. 


Nov. 26, 1923 


•George Pearson Palmer... 


1st Lt 


Feb. 


23, 1927 


Albemarle 


Albemarle 




Wilbur Godfrey 
















2ndLt 


Mar. 


21, 1931 


Albemarle 








E 


Nov. 19, 1920 


•Charles Norman Alston. . 


Captain 


May 


10, 1924 


Concord 


Concord 




George Patterson Ritchie. 


1st Lt 


May 


27, 1924 


Concord 






Wilmer Bradford Miller.. 


2nd Lt 


May 


27, 1924 


Concord 



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COMPANIES — Continued 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


F 
Charlotte 


April 5, 1921 


* William Avery Powell 

John William Dandridge.. 
Herman Landrum Clanton 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


June 
June 
July 


2, 1937 
2, 1937 
12, 1934 


Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 


G 

Winston-Salem 


July 10, 1920 


*Samuel Eugene Hager,Jr._ 
Lindsey Thomas 


Captain 

IstLt 

2ndLt 


Nov. 

Sept. 
Sept. 


15, 1932 

11, 1937 
11, 1937 


Winston-Salem 




Henry Clifford Willis 


Winston- Salem 


H 

Waynesville 


Nov. 27, 1920 


*George Fred Piott 

Edwin Paul Martin 

Thomas Grady Boyd 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


Mar. 
May 
May 


24, 1923 
24, 1923 
24, 1923 


Waynesville 
Waynesville 
Waynesville 


Hq. 3rd Bn. 
Hq. Co. 3rd Bn. 


June 1, 1921 
May 24, 1928 


Peyton McSwain 


Major 

IstLt 

2ndLt 


April 

Nov. 
July 


16, 1937 

1, 1932 

2, 1933 


Shelby 


Asheboro 


Henry Vance Kivett 


Asheboro 


I 

Wilmington 


June 5, 1922 


* Joseph Ernest Cheek 

James Malcolm Hall, Jr... 
Edward Sidney Johnson.. 


Captain 

IstLt 

2ndLt 


Dec. 
Dec. 

Nov. 


15, 1932 
11, 1934 
2, 1934 


Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 


K 

Shelby 


June 16, 1923 


"Henry Clarence Long 

Clyde Tullie Wright 
Willie Burrus Wright 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


May 
Dec. 
Dec. 


12, 1937 
20, 1937 
20, 1937 


Shelby 
Shelby 
Shelby 


L 
Parkton 


April 7, 1921 


'Ernest DuVal McGougan. 
John Henderson 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


April 

June 
June 


8, 1927 

28, 1935 
28, 1935 


Lumber Bridge 




John Lacy Armstrong 


Parkton 


M 

Wilson 


April 1, 1921 


"Henry Bascom Culbreth.. 
Oakley Braswell Beland.. 
Joseph Edward Adkins. . . 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


July 5, 1927 
March 22, 1938 
March 22, 1938 


Wilson 
Wilson 
Wilson 



105TH ENGINEERS 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Federal Recognition January 28, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Graham Kerr Hobbs 




Colonel 

Lt. Col. 


Nov. 16, 1936 
Feb. 22, 1927 
Aug. 5, 1934 
Oct. 1, 1927 
May 13, 1935 










Eugene Alexander 


Chaplain _. ... 

Adjutant ... 

Plans and TO 






Sidney Earle Jennette _ 

Saxby Chaplin 


Captain 

Captain 


Henderson 
Charlotte 



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Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Hq. and 
Service Co. 
Charlotte 


April 26, 1923 


*Pars Hemby Lemmond... 
Robert Marion Fridy 

Stanhope Lineberry 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 
W. 


July 1, 1936 
Oct. 23, 1936 

June 8, 1931 


Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 


Medical 

Department 

Detachment 

Charlotte 


Aug. 12, 1926 


•Thomas Craven 

William Allan Brewton... 
Charlie Hewitt Harrill 


Major MC. 
Capt. MC. 
Capt. DC. 


May 18, 1937 
May 16, 1935 
June 23, 1938 


Huntersville 

Enka 

Lincolnton 



1st BATTALION — 105th ENGINEERS 

(Federal Recognition August 30, 1923) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 








Feb. 22, 1927 
April 24, 1931 








IstLt 











COMPANIES 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


A 
No. Wilkesboro 


June 23, 1921 


*Ralph Randolph Reins 

Edmund Pendleton 


Captain 

1st Lt, 
2ndLt 


Oct. 19, 1924 

April 28, 1926 
April 3, 1928 


No. Wilkesboro 




William Gordon Staley... 


No. Wilkesboro 


B 

Morganton 


Jan. 11, 1923 


"Howell John Hatcher 

James William Amos 

Alexander Laxton 
Shuping_._ 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2nd Lt 


June 17, 1937 
April 17, 1937 

April 17, 1937 


Morganton 
Morganton 

Morganton 


c 

Salisbury 


Nov. 8, 1926 


*Enser William Cole 

Robert Reid Goodson 

Frank William Stoessel_._ 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


Dec. 6, 1926 
Nov. 8, 1926 
March 28, 1933 


Salisbury 
Salisbury 
Salisbury 



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SECOND BATTALION — 105TH ENGINEERS 

(Conversion fr. Cav: 4-1 -38) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Commanding 




Oct. 4, 1928 
June 27, 1935 






1st Lt 













COMPANIES 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


D 

Lincolnton 


Jan. 21, 1920 


* Wiley Miller Pickens 

Edgar Hampton Reece. . . 
Harmon Hughes James... 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


Dec. 15, 1927 
April 9, 1937 
June 30, 1937 


Lincolnton 
Lincolnton 
Lincolnton 


E 
Asheville 


July 26, 1920 


* Joseph WillardTal lent... 
Carl Owenby Shytle 
George Richard Hull 


Captain 

1st Lt 

2ndLt 


June 26, 1935 
Feb. 1, 1931 
Dec. 4, 1937 


Asheville 
Asheville 
Asheville 


F 

Statesville 


May 19, 1927 


*George Field 

John Fletcher Long 

Esten Benton Leinster 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2nd Lt 


Nov. 8, 1934 
June 19, 1929 
April 1, 1938 


Statesville 
Statesville 
Statesville 



105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Federal Recognition January 10, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Hodge Albert Newell 


Commanding _. 


Colonel MC... 
Lt. Col. MC... 

Major MC 

Major DC 

Major 

Capt. MAC 


Jan. 10, 1924 
May 6, 1938 
June 7, 1938 
Dec. 27, 1929 
Jan. 24, 1935 
Oct. 8, 1927 








James Hartwick Wheeler 


Div. Med. Inspector 

Div. Dental Officer. _ 

Chaplain __ __ 

Adjutant 


Henderson 


Robert Emmet Gribbin. 

Thomas Benton Royster 


Asheville 
Durham 



COMPANIES 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Service Co. 
Henderson 


April 14, 1926 


* James Newsom O'Neil 

Philip Benjamin Smith... 
Clarence Edward Greene . 
Joseph Benjamin Renn... 


Capt. MAC. 
Capt. MAC. 
1st Lt.MAC 
W. 0._ 


April 11, 1928 
July 30, 1936 
Dec. 21, 1937 
Dec. 16, 1935 


Henderson 
Henderson 
Henderson 
Henderson 


A 
Wilmington 


Dec. 15, 1936 


•Robert Boyd Rodman 

Frederick Oliver Fay 


Capt. MC. 
Capt. MC. 


Dec. 27, 1929 
Feb. 27, 1938 


Wilmington 
Wilmington 



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2nd BATTALION — 105th MEDICAL REGIMENT 

(Federal Recognition March 31, 1928) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Com 
Adju 




Major MC 

1st Lt. MC 


June 27, 1924 
May 20, 1938 






olds 












COMPANIES 


Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


F 
Edenton 


Nov. 24, 1922 


'Martin Robert Wisely 

Pearly Lorenzo 


1st Lt. MC 
Capt. MAC. 


Feb. 24, 1938 
Aug. 23, 1935 


Edenton 










June 27, 1924 




Capt. MC. 
Capt. DC. 
Capt. MAC. 
Capt. MC. 
Capt. MC. 
1st Lt. MC. 


June 23, 1926 
July 13, 1927 
July 14, 1932 
May 7, 1937 
June 15, 1937 
June 30, 1938 




I 

Madison 


Charles Benton Pratt 

Thomas P. Van Noppen.. 
James McGehee McAnally 
Alexander McNeil Cox 


Madison 
Madison 
Madison 
Madison 
Stoneville 













105TH QUARTERMASTER REGIMENT 

FIELD AND STAFF 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Plans and TO 


Capt. QMC 


Feb. 8, 1938 


Durham 









1st BATTALION — 105th QUARTERMASTER REGIMENT 



Thomas Skinner Kittrell. 
Joshua Ernest PaschalL. 



Commanding. 
Adjutant 



Major (QMC).. 
1st Lt. (QMC).. 



Aug. 13, 1937 
July 5, 1927 



Henderson 
Wilson 



COMPANIES 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


A 

Winston-Salem 


June 28, 1937 


"John Daniel Hines 

Allen Templeton 
Samuel, Jr _ 


Captain 

2ndLt 


Aug. 7, 1937 
Sept. 9, 1937 


Winston-Salem 
Winston-Salem 



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CAVALRY 

55TH CAVALRY BRIGADE 

(Federal Recognition May 20, 1936) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 






Captain 


Dec. 22, 1936 











113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

(155mm Howitzer) 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(55th FA. Brigade, 30th Div.) 

(Federal Recognition March 3, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Godfrey Cheshire 


Commanding.. . __ . _ 


Colonel. .. ... 

Lt. Col. .. 


Dec. 2, 1932 
Jan. 5, 1933 
Aug. 15, 1933 
Oct. 17, 1936 
June 6, 1935 


Raleigh 






Captain 

Captain 

1st Lt. 


Chapel Hill 


Alfred Luther Purrington, Jr... 


Int. 0. &P.&T0 

Liaison Officer 


Raleigh 



















BATTERIES 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 




Headquarters 


May 13, 1924 


*Lee James Best 


Captain 


Jan. 5, 1933 


Dunn 


Battery 




Edgar Wilson Carr 


2ndLt 


Nov. 16, 1937 


Dunn 


Dunn 
















'Meriwether Lewis 


Captain 


July 30, 1928 


Kinston 






Edgar Boothe Marston.Jr. 


1st Lt 


Feb. 3, 1929 


Kinston 


Service Battery 


Dec. 21, 1925 


George Edgar Haskett 


2ndLt 


Jan. 14, 1927 


Kinston 


Kinston 




Robert Lonsdale DuVaL. 


2ndLt 


March 28, 1936 


Kinston 






Clayton William Dawson. 


2ndLt 


July 1, 1938 


Kinston 






Albert Henry Coble. 


W. 


Jan. 10, 1938 


Kinston 


Medical 




Herbert Moffett Vann 


Major MC 


Jan. 23, 192S 


Wake Forest 


Department 


June 23, 1925 


"Charles Tolbert Wilkinson 


Capt. MC.- 


Aug. 6, 1926 


Wake Forest 


Detachment 




Gaither Fred Hale 


Capt. DC. 


Oct. 20, 1925 


Raleigh 


Wake Forest 




Edward Sandling King. . . 


Capt. MC. 


June 17, 1935 


Wake Forest 






Robert Page Morehead... 


1st Lt. MC. 


Nov. 8, 1937 


Wake Forest 



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FIRST BATTALION — 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition September 20, 1921) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 






Major 

Captain 

1st Lt 


Dec. 16, 1933 
March 19, 1932 
June 15, 1929 
June 29, 1936 








Guilford College 
Louisburg 
Rocky Mount 




Int.O.&P.&TO 






1st Lt.. 









HEADQUARTERS BATTERY AND COMBAT TRAIN 1st BATTALION 
113th FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




June 8, 1921 


•Bland Grady Mitchell-.. . 


Captain 

1st. Lt. 


May 20, 1929 


Youngs ville 
Youngs ville 

Youngs ville 




Richard Epaphroditus 
Timberlake, Jr... 


2ndLt 


Jan. 29, 1937 



BATTERIES 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








•Worth Wicker 




June 7, 1935 




A 


April 27, 1926 


William Sherrod Tyson... 


IstLt 


March 13, 1938 


Greenville 


Greenville 




James Howard Move 


2ndLt 


July 26, 1934 


Greenville 






Joseph Edmund Waldrop. 


2ndLt 


Jam 31, 1938 


Greenville 






•Edward Foster Griffin 


Captain 


Oct. 26. 1925 


Louisburg 


B 


June 28, 1921 


Frank Williams 








Louisburg 




Wheless, Jr 


IstLt 


Feb. 25, 1938 


Louisburg 






James Albert Wheless 


2ndLt 


July 17, 1933 


Louisburg 






Elmore Carson Bulluck... 


2ndLt 


May 10, 1937 


Louisburg 



SECOND BATTALION — 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition May 5, 1923) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Albert Thomas Willis 






Aug. 10, 1925 
Feb. 17, 1928 
Sept. 16, 1928 
Oct. 27, 1934 




William Allen Royall 




Captain 

1st Lt. 




Albert L von Hibbard 


Int. 0. & P. &TO .. 




Thomas Gates Matthews 




1st Lt. 













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HEADQUARTERS BATTERY AND COMBAT TRAIN 2nd BATTALION 
113th FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name and 
Station of 
Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Smithfield 


March 23, 1923 


*Luby Franklin Roy all 

Lemuel Edgar Watson, Jr. 
Norman Bridgers 
Grantham 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2ndLt 


Feb. 8, 1932 
July 2, 1937 

July 8, 1932 


Smithfield 
Smithfield 

Smithfield 



BATTERIES 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








*Ernest Paul Meredith.Jr.. 


Captain 


July 2, 1937 


Washington 


C 


April 6, 1923 


Wiley Croom Rodman,Jr._ 


1st Lt 


July. 2, 1937 


Washington 


Washington 




John Thomas Lewis 

Alexander Tunnell 


2ndLt 


June 30, 1934 


Washington 






Jennette - 


2nd Lt 


July 2, 1937 


Washington 






'Joseph Byrne Mullineaux. 


Captain 


Sept. 16, 1928 


New Bern 


D 




Weston H. Willis 


IstLt 


July 5, 1935 


New Bern 


New Bern 


Nov. 15, 1922 


Rudolph Rhodes 

Kermit LaFayette 


2ndLt 


Dec. 17, 1927 


New Bern 






Gutherie 


2ndLt 


May 5, 1936 


New Bern 



THIRD BATTALION — 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition March 1, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Commanding 




July 5, 1935 
Dec. 27, 1937 
July 27, 1925 
Nov. 21, 1935 


Monroe 




Captain 

IstLt 


Monroe 




Int. 0. & P. & TO 


Morganton 






IstLt 


Monroe 









HEADQUARTERS BATTERY AND COMBAT TRAIN 3rd BATTALION 
113th FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name and 
Station of 
Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Lenoir 


July 24, 1925 


"Charles Walter Porter 

Roger Hill Robbins 

Roy Elcamah Thompson . 


Captain 

2ndLt 
2nd Lt 


July 2, 1937 
Aug. 12, 1934 
Oct. 26, 1937 


Lenoir 
Lenoir 
Lenoir 



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batteries 



39 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


E 
Sanford 


May 28, 1928 


•Russell Irvin Holmes 

Charlie Hilliard Bell 
Lucien Perryman 


Captain 

1st Lt 

2ndLt 
2ndLt 


Sept. 14, 1936 
July 19, 1938 

Sept. 16, 1928 
Jan. 29, 1937 


Sanford 
Sanford 




James Percy Seymore 


Sanford 


F 
Monroe 


Aug. 6, 1923 


•Daniel Jennings Boger 

James Pierponc Morgan.. 

Junius Stitt Stearns 

James Crawford Ashcraft. 


Captain 

2ndLt 
2ndLt 
2ndLt 


Aug. 17, 1935 
Jan. 29, 1937 
July 8, 1938 
July 8, 1938 


Monroe 
Monroe 
Monroe 
Monroe 



252ND COAST ARTILLERY 

(155mm Tractor Drawn) 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Federal Recognition June 9, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 






Colonel 

Lt. Colonel 

Captain _ 

Captain 

Captain. _. - . 
1st Lt 


Dec. 6, 1929 
Dec. 14, 1929 
Dec. 11, 1926 
Feb. 4, 1936 
Dec. 20, 1938 
April 11, 1938 






Executive 

Int. 0. &P. &TO 

Adjutant . .. 

Chaplain 




Joseph Graham Howe 


Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Windsor 















BATTERIES 



Name and 
Station of 

Battery- 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Headquarters 
Battery 


May 6, 1924 


•James Ernest Holton.Jr... 
Kenneth Murchison 


Captain 

1st Lt. 


Sept. 27, 1937 
March 8, 1930 


Wilmington 
Wilmington 










April 26, 1923 


•Norwood Bennett 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2nd Lt 

2nd Lt 
2ndLt 


March 1, 1930 
Feb. 4, 1936 
March 28, 1930 
June 27, 1936 


Whiteville 


Service 

Battery 

Whiteville 


Jackson Greer, Jr 

Raymond Alonzo Heath.. 
Robert Oliver Rooks 


Whiteville 
Whiteville 
Whiteville 
Whiteville 


Band Section 
Wilmington 


May 6, 1924 


John William Harrison. . . 


W. 


July 13, 1933 


Wilmington 



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Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 




Medical 




Robert Arthur 
















March 18, 1937 




Detachment 


May 11, 1926 


*Norman Albright Fox 


Capt. MC. 


May 17, 1931 


Greensboro 


Greensboro 




William Louis Patman 

James Brantley 


Capt. MC_. 


April 11, 1936 


Greensboro 






Richardson _ 


Capt. DC. 


Aug. 27, 1937 


High Point 






William Carter 














1st Lt. MC. 


May 28, 1937 











FIRST BATTALION — 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition March 14, 1923) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


McCulloch Brogden Wilson 


Commanding _ 


Major . 

Captain 

IstLt 

IstLt. 


Dec. 14, 1929 
Feb. 19, 1930 
April 6, 1930 
May 1, 1933 


Wilmington 


Paul Jennings Dishner 


Int. 0. & Orienteur 

Plans and TO 


Rocky Mount 











HEADQUARTERS BATTERY AND COMBAT TRAIN 1st BATTALION 
252nd COAST ARTILLERY 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Raeford 


March 25, 1930 


*John Walter Walker 

John Archibald 
McPhaul, Jr. 


Captain 

2nd Lt, 
2ndLt 


March 26, 1930 

May 10, 1930 
July 13, 1938 


Raeford 
Raeford 




George Graham Dickson. 


Raeford 



BATTERIES 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








"Calhoun Dove 












Cunningham 


Captain 


Feb. 18, 1930 


Wilmington 


A 


Aug. 13, 1920 


Richard Maurice King. . _ 


IstLt 


June 7, 1938 


Wilmington 


Wilmington 




Robert Brown Rives 


2ndLt 


Feb. 4, 1936 


Wilmington 






Walker Tyler Brown 


2ndLt 


Sept. 30, 1938 


Wilmington 






•Francis Eli Wishart 


Captain 


June 25, 1924 


Lumberton 


B 


June 25, 1924 


Yates Williams Floyd 


IstLt 


May 10, 1930 


Lumberton 


Lumberton 




George Andrew Forloines. 


2ndLt 


Sept. 25, 1933 


Lumberton 






Herbert Hoyle Daugherty 


2ndLt 


June 23, 1938 


Lumberton 



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SECOND BATTALION — 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition May 21, 19241 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Commanding 

Adj utant 

Int. 0. and Orienteur 

Plans and TO 




Jan. 30, 1927 
Jan. 27, 1929 
Jan. 26, 1930 
July 13, 1930 




Oscar I vey Wrenn. 


Captain 

1st Lt. 


Greensboro 




1st Lt. 













HEADQUARTERS BATTERY AND COMBAT TRAIN 2nd BATTALION 
252nd COAST ARTILLERY 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




March 24, 1930 


*Earl Ray Betts 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


Jan. 14, 1939 
Jan. 14, 1939 






Albert Edward Nowlan._ 


Greensboro 
Greensboro 



BATTERIES 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








*Eugene Kluge Patterson.. 


Captain 


Jan. 26, 1930 


Greensboro 


C 


Feb. 13, 1923 


William Walton Sharp 


1st Lt 


Oct. 2, 1937 


Greensboro 


Greensboro 




Henry Lee Bridges 


2ndLt 


June 18, 1935 


Greensboro 






Nathaniel Waldo Harrison 


2ndLt 


May 7, 1938 


Greensboro 


D 


April 8, 1924 


*Edward Lee Faulconer, _ _ 


Captain 


Jan. 30, 1927 


Greensboro 


Greensboro 




Willard Robert Bloxton.. 


IstLt 


May 8, 1931 


Greensboro 






Herman Huie Aderhold. . 


2ndLt 


Nov. 13, 1933 


Greensboro 






Walter Hinton McCuiston 


2nd Lt 


April 17, 1936 


Greensboro 



THIRD BATTALION — 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition December 14, 1929) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


James Byron McCumber. 


Commanding. 


Major 

Captain 

IstLt 

1st Lt. 


Jan. 22, 1930 
June 13, 1935 
June 12, 1936 
March 2, 1934 


Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 


Allen Munsey Sell 


Int. O. and Orienteur 

Plans and TO 


(*Cmdg. Band Sec.) 







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HEADQUARTERS BATTERY AND COMBAT TRAIN 3rd BATTALION 
252nd COAST ARTILLERY 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


High Point 


March 24, 1930 


'Samuel Hector Strickland- 
Charles Wesley McAnally 
David John Caldwell 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2nd Lt 


April 6, 1933 
April 6, 1933 
July 20, 1936 


High Point 
High Point 
High Point 



BATTERIES 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








♦Samuel Ellis Holt 


Captain 


May 28, 1936 


High Point 


E 


April 7, 1924 


Geddie Blair Strickland. . 


1st Lt 


July 20, 1936 


High Point 


High Point 




Ralph Thomas Haney 


2ndLt 


July 20, 1936 


High Point 






Edward James Phibbs, Jr.. 


2nd Lt 


Feb. 19, 1938 


High Point 






* William Lawrence Poole.. 


Captain 


June 4, 1924 


Raeford 


F 


Aug. 5, 1921 


Nathaniel McNair Smith. 


IstLt 


May 10, 1930 


Raeford 


Raeford 




Younger F. Snead 


2nd Lt. ... 


April 9, 1930 


Raeford 






Charles Clifford Conoly. . 


2ndLt 


March 20, 1935 


Raeford 



INSTRUCTORS— N. C. NATIONAL GUARD 



Colonel Millard F. Waltz, Inf. 
INF. The Adjutant General's Office 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Lt. Col. Roger Hilsman, Inf. 
INF. Room 214 Post Office Building 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Lt. Col. William Hones, Inf. 
INF. P. 0. Box 79 

Durham, N. C. 

Lt. Col. Lloyd S. Partridge, FA. 
FA. The Adjutant General's Office 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Lt. Col. Leslie E. Babcock, FA. 
FA. Greenville, N. C. 



Lt. Col. Harry R. Melton, MC. 
MC. P. 0. Box 4 

Henderson, N. C. 
Lt. Col. James deB. Walbach, CA. 
CA. P. O. Box 252 

Wilmington, N. C. 

Major Robert F. Gill, CE. 
CE. Room 214 Post Office Building 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Lt. Col. Haskell Allison, Signal Corps 
SC. 17-19 N. Market Street 

Asheville, N. C. 

Captain Henry S. Evans, QMC. 
QMC. State Armory— 1219 Assembly Street 

Columbia, S. C. 



ROSTER 

NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD 

(Revised September 1, 1940) 



Governor J. M. Broughton, Commander-in-Chief 
Brigadier General J. Van B. Metts, The Adjutant General 



STATE STAFF 

ADJUTANT GENERALS DEPARTMENT 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


•Gordon Smith 


Asst. Adjutant General 


Lt. Col. QMC... 


Jan. 14, 1927 


Raleigh 



"U. S. Property and Disbursing Officer. 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Arthur Lloyd Fletcher. 


Judge Advocate 




March 23, 1929 
June 28, 1934 
Oct. 12, 1934 
July 27, 1940 
July 27, 1940 
June 18, 1934 
Dec. 22, 1936 






Finance Dept 

Chief Surgeon 


Major 

Major 




Murray Parmer Whichard 


Murphy 










Osborn Seavey Slaunwhite 


Quartermaster 

Inspector General's Dept.. . 


Captain 

Captain 


Raleigh 







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state detachment (qmc) 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 
Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


"State 
Detachment 

(Redesignated: 


March 16, 1921 
March 27, 1930) 


'Michael Hugh Austell 

Osborn Seavey 
Slaunwbite. 


Major 

Captain 


June 28, 1934 
June 18, 1934 


Raleigh 
Raleigh 



"Major Hines is now commanding State Detachment. 



30TH DIVISION STAFF 

(Federal Recognition August 24, 1926) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Division Commander 

Division Signal Officer 

Division Finance Officer 

Division Inspector 

Aide, Division Cmdr 

Division Chaplain 










Lt. Col. (SO... 
Lt. Col. (FD)... 

Major (Inf.) 

Captain (Inf.)... 


Sept. 16, 1931 
June 28, 1934 
May 14, 1928 
May 25, 1931 




Marion Butler Fowler 

James Carlyle Dempsey 

Charles Reginald Blomme 


Durham 

Wilson 

Wilmington 











30TH DIVISION 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Finance Section 

Div. Hq. Det. 

Charlotte 


Oct. 20, 1927 


*Marion Butler Fowler 


Lt.Col.(FD) 


June 28, 1934 


Durham 



30TH DIVISION 



Inspector's Section 

Div. Hq. Det. 

Durham 



Oct. 1, 1935 



* James Carlyle Dempsey . 



Major i Inf.) 



May 14, 1928 



Wilson 



30TH DIVISION 



Signal Section 

Div. Hq. Det. 

Canton 



Nov. 14, 1931 



'William Virgil Dorsey. 



Lt. Col.(SC) 



Sept. 16, 1931 



Newton 



Report of The Adjutant General 
special division troops 

30th SIGNAL COMPANY 



45 





Name and 


Date of 






Date of 






Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 




Company 


Recognition 






Recognition 










'Carter Lee Rhinehart 


Captain 


Sept. 16, 1931 


Canton 








William L. McElrath 


IstLt 


Sept. 14, 1940 


Canton 




Canton 


April 12, 1921 


Wayne E. Robinson 


1st. Lt 


Sept. 14, 1940 


Canton 








Harold Albert Buck 


IstLt 


March 10, 1934 


Canton 








Cha-les W. Gibbs 


2nd Lt 


Sept. 14, 1940 


Canton 










2ndLt 




Canton 



60th BRIGADE 

(Federal Recognition June 1, 1926) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Brigade Commander 


Brigadier Gen... 
Lt. Col. (Inf.)... 
Captain (Inf.)... 
Captain dnf.)._. 


Jan. 25, 1937 
July 25, 1940 
April 11, 1934 
Aug. 28, 1940 


Graham 




Charlotte 








Charles Brantley Aycock 




Raleigh 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, 60th BRIGADE (RIFLE) 

(Redesignation: June 15, 1940) 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Leaksville 


Dec. 22, 1927 


*George Albert Ferguson . . 
Lester O'Ferrall Fulcher.. 


Captain 

2nd Lt, 


Oct. 10, 1930 
Feb. 20, 1940 


Leaksville 
Leaksville 



120TH INFANTRY (RIFLE) 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Federal Recognition May 2, 1921) (Redesignated [Rifle! May 1, 1940) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


John Hall Manning 

James C. Cooper 


Commanding __ ._ _ 

Executive 

Int. 0. &P. &TO 

Adjutant 

Chaplain . 


Colonel 

Lt. Col. . 


Feb. 1, 1937 
Aug. 28, 1940 
March 22, 1938 
July 5, 1927 
July 28, 1939 
April 27, 1940 


Raleigh 






Theodore King Fountain 

Wm. Henry Ross Jackson 

Elbert Earle Fuller 


Captain 

Captain _ 

Captain. . 


Greenville 

Ayden 

Oxford 









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Report of The Adjutant General 
companies 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Company 


Recognition 






Recognition 




Headquarters Co. 














(Less Communi- 


March 


5, 1921 


'Arthur Hamilton Fuller. . 


Captain 


Jan. 5, 1927 


Gastonia 


cations Platoon) 






Maston Samuel Parham. . 


IstLt 


May 25, 1937 


Gastonia 


Gastonia 






Edward Smith Gordon 


2ndLt 


June 21, 1937 


Gastonia 


(Redesignated: 


Sept. 


1, 1939) 










Headquarters Co. 














Communications 


April 


4, 1921 










Platoon 






"James Martin 


Captain 


Dec. 11, 1936 


Reidsville 


Reidsville 






Wilson Sylvester Bigham 


1st Lt 


April 27, 1940 


Reidsville 


(Redesignated: 


Sept. 


1, 1939) 
















Supply Officer — Alonzo 














Ohio Alford 




March 23, 1929 


Raleigh 


Service Co. 


April 


2, 1921 


Personnel Adjutant — 






Raleigh 






Rov Wayne Smith 


Captain 


Nov. 5, 1926 


Raleigh 








"John Gorman Allen, Jr.. . 


Captain 


May 1, 1940 


Raleigh 








Robert Mark Bynum, Jr.. 


IstLt 


April 23, 1930 


Raleigh 








Fitzgerald Edwin Davis.. 


1st Lt. 


May 30, 1940 


Raleigh 


Band 


May 


1, 1940 


*Robert Mark Bynum, Jr.. 


IstLt 


April 23, 1930 


Raleigh 


Raleigh 






Millard Paylor Burt 


W. O .- 


May 1, 1940 


Raleigh 


(Redesignated: 


May 


1, 1940) 










Medical 






Willard Coe Goley 


Major MC. 


June 3, 1927 


Graham 


Detachment 


May 


16, 1921 


*Henry Blanchard Moore . 


Capt. MC. 


June 3, 1927 


Graham 


Graham 






James Gladstone 
















Capt. DC. . 
Capt. MC. 


June 26, 1924 










(Redesignated: 


May 


1, 1940) 




1st Lt. MC. 


Sept. 13, 1940 








Hq. 1st Bn. 


May 


9, 1921 


William Vernon Copeland 


Lt. Col 


March 3, 1937 


Burlington 


Hq. Det. 1st. Bn 


May 


13, 1921 


"Charles Floney Jones 


IstLt 


March 25, 1924 


Oxford 


Oxford 














(Redesignated: 


May 


1, 1940) 










A 


Aug. 


12, 1920 


♦Gilbert M. O'Neil 


Captain 


Aug. 28, 1940 


Burlington 


Burlington 






Kassell Chalmer Sykes. . . 


1st Lt. 
1st Lt. 


Feb. 13, 1936 
\ 


Burlington 
Burlington 








"Harold Rafford Skillman. 


Captain 


June 10, 1938 


Warrenton 


B 


Feb. 


18, 1921 


Andrew Jackson Hundley- 


IstLt 


June 10, 1938 


Warrenton 


Warrenton 






Alton Kermit Overby 


2ndLt 


March 27, 1940 


Warrenton 








John E.Floyd 


2nd Lt. 


Aug. 28, 1940 


Warrenton 








c 


Feb. 


10, 1921 


"Conrad Boyd Sturges 


Captain 


Nov. 13, 1934 


Henderson 


Henderson 






John R. Teague, Jr 


1st Lt 


Aug. 30, 1940 


Henderson 








George Durwood Williams 


2ndLt 


Dec. 11, 1934 


Henderson 








"Luther Howerton Barbour 


Captain 


April 3, 1923 


Durham 


D 


Jan. 


19, 1920 


Henry Floyd Pickett 


1st Lt 


June 17, 1938 


Durham 


Durham 






John Claiborn Bvrd 


2ndLt 


Sept. , 28, 1938 


Durham 








Daniel Kramer Edwards. . 


2nd Lt 


Sept. 13, 1940 


Durham 



Report of The Adjutant General 

COMPANIES — Continued 



47 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Company 


Recognition 






Recognition 




Hq. 2nd Bn. 


June 15, 1921 


Stephen Blan Dolley 


Major 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


Gastonia 


Hq. Det. 2nd Bn. 


Nov. 26, 1923 


•Wilbur Godfrey 












May 1, 1940) 




2nd Lt 


March 21, 1931 




(Redesignated: 










'Charles Norman Alston., 


Captain 


May 


10, 1924 


Concord 


• E 


Nov. 19, 1920 


Paul Wm. McCollum.... 


IstLt 


Sept. 


12, 1940 


Concord 


Concord 




Wilmer Bradford Miller. . 


2ndLt 


May 


27, 1924 


Concord 






Edward S. Johnson 


2ndLt 


Aug. 


28, 1940 


Concord 






•William Avery Powell 


Captain 


June 


2, 1937 


Charlotte 


F 


April 5, 1921 


John Creswell McNeely.. 


IstLt 


June 


9, 1939 


Charlotte 


Charlotte 




William Newell Colyer 


2ndLt 


March 


8, 1939 


Charlotte 






Pinkney R. Rankin... . 


2nd Lt 


Aug. 


28, 1940 




G 


July 7, 1920 


•Samuel Eugene Hager, Jr.. 


Captain 


Nov. 


15, 1932 


Winston-Salem 


Winston-Salem 




Lindsey Thomas 
















1st Lt 


Sept. 


11, 1937 








Henry Clifford Willis 


2ndLt 


Sept. 


11, 1937 


Winston-Salem 






•George Fred Plott 


Captain 


March 24, 1923 


Waynesville 


H 


Nov. 27, 1920 


Edwin Paul Martin . 


IstLt 


May 


24, 1923 


Waynesville 


Waynes ville 




George Ellis Plott 


2ndLt 


Oct. 


16, 1939 


Waynesville 






Herbert A. Lverly 


1st Lt, 


July 


11, 1940 


Waynesville 


Hq 3rd Bn. 


June 1, 1921 


Peyton McSwain 


Lt. Col 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


Shelby 


Hq. Det. 3rd Bn. 


May 24, 1928 


•Tom Presnell 


2ndLt 


July 


11, 1940 


Asheboro 


(Redesignated: 


May 1, 1940) 












I 


June 5, 1922 


•Joseph Ernest Cheek 


Captain 


Dec. 


15, 1932 


Wilmington 


Wilmington 




James Malcolm Hall, Jr... 


IstLt 


Dec. 


11, 1934 


Wilmington 






Edward Sidney Johnson.. 


2nd Lt 


Nov. 


2, 1934 


Wilmington 






•Henry Clarence Long 


Captain 


May 


12, 1937 


Shelby 


K 


June 16, 1923 


Clyde Tullie Wright 


IstLt 


Dec. 


20, 1937 


Shelby 


Shelby 




Willie Burrus Wright 


2ndLt 


Dec. 


20, 1937 


Shelby 






William N. Quinn ._ 


2ndLt 


Aug. 


28, 1940 


Shelby 






•Ernest DuVol McGougan. 


Captain 


April 


8, 1927 


Lumber Bridge 


L 


April 7, 1921 


John Henderson 
















IstLt 

2ndLt 


June 
June 


28, 1935 
28, 1935 






John Lacy Armstrong 


Parkton 






Robert A. Hughes .. ... 


2ndLt 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


Parkton 


M 


April 1, 1921 


' 


Captain 






Wilson 


Wilson 




Oakley Braswell Belaud.. 


IstLt 


March 22, 1938 


Wilson 






Joseph Edward Adkins... 


IstLt 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


Wilson 



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105TH ENGINEERS (COMBAT) 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Redesignated: May 15, 1940 ICombatl) (Federal Recognition January 28, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Graham Kerr Hobbs 


Commanding 

Executive . . . . 

Chaplain.. 

Adjutant . 

Plans & TO 


Colonel 

Lt. Col. 


Nov. 16, 1936 
Feb. 22, 1927 
Sept. 13, 1940 
Oct. 1, 1927 
May 13, 1935 


Raleigh 


Eugene Alexander. 

Sidney Earle Jennette _ . 

*Saxby Chaplin 


Lt. Col 

Captain. _ 

Captain 


Manchester 

Henderson 

Charlotte 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Hq. and Serv. Co. 
Charlotte 


April 26, 1923 


*Pars Hemby Lemmond... 

Robert Marion Fridy 

Tally McKeeNeel 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
1st Lt. 


July 1, 1936 
Oct. 23, 1936 
July 25, 1940 


Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 


Band 

Charlotte 
(Redesignated: 


May 15, 1940) 


*Saxby Chaplin 


Captain 

W.O 


May 13, 1935 


Charlotte 
Charlotte 


Medical 
Department 
Detachment 

Charlotte 


Aug. 12, 1926 




Major MC. 
Capt. MC. 
Capt. DC. 


May 19, 1937 
May 16, 1935 
June 23, 1938 




William Allen Brewton... 
Charlie Hewitt Harrill 


Enka 
Lincolnton 



1st BATTALION — 105th ENGINEERS 

(Federal Recognition August 30, 1923) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Ralph Randolph Reins 


Commanding 

Adjutant.. 




Aug. 13, 1940 
April 24, 1931 




1st Lt. 











COMPANIES 



Name and 
Station of 


Date of 
Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 


Residence 


Company 


Recognition 






Recognition 




A 
No. Wilkesboro 


June 23, 1921 


'Edmund P. Robinson 

FredMcKinley Wyatt... 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


Sept. 13, 1940 


No. Wilkesboro 
No. Wilkesboro 
No. Wilkesboro 


B 

Morganton 


Jan. 11, 1923 


* Howell John Hatcher 

James William Amos 

Alexander Laxton 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2ndLt 


June 17, 1937 
April 17, 1937 

April 17, 1937 


Morganton 
Morganton 

Morganton 








C 
Salisbury 


Nov. 8, 1926 


*Enser William Cole. 

Robert Reid Goodson 

Frank William Stoessel... 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


Dec. 6, 1926 
Nov. 8, 1926 
March 28, 1933 


Salisbury 
Salisbury 
Salisbury 



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SECOND BATTALION — 105TH ENGINEERS 

(Conversion fr. Cav: April 1, 1938) (Federal Recognition August 4, 1921) 



Name 



Office 



Rank 



Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 



Residence 



Wiley Miller Pickens 

Wilbur Robert Carleton. 



Commanding . 
Adjutant 



Major July 13, 1940 

1st Lt June 27, 1935 



Lincolnton 
Asheville 



COMPANIES 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


D 

Lincolnton 


Jan. 21, 1920 


*Edgar Hampton Reece... 
Harmon Hughes James. .. 
Ralph Wilson Yoder 


Captain 

2ndLt 

2ndLt 


July 13, 1940 
June 17, 1939 
July 13, 1940 


Lincolnton 
Lincolnton 
Lincolnton 


E 
Asheville 


July 26, 1920 


* Joseph Willard Tallent 

Carl Owenbv Shytle 

George Richard Hull 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


June 26, 1935 
Feb. 1, 1931 
Dec. 4, 1937 


Asheville 
Asheville 
Asheville 


F 


May 19, 1927 




Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


Nov. 8, 1934 
May 6, 1940 
June 17, 1939 




Statesville 


Esten Benton Leinster 

William Richard Battley. 


Statesville 
Statesville 



105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Federal Recognition January 10, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Regtl. Cmdr. & Div. Sur.... 


Colonel MC... 
Lt. Col. MC... 
Lt. Col 


Jan. 10, 1924 
May 6, 1938 
June 9, 1939 

Oct. 8. 1927 


Henderson 




Henderson 










Plans & Tng. Off. 


Major 

Captain MAC... 








Durham 









DIVISION SURGEONS OFFICE — 30TH DIVISION 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 






Colonel MC 

Major MC 

Major DC 

Captain MAC... 
Major VC 


Jan. 10, 1924 
Sept. 12, 1940 
Dec. 27, 1929 
Aug. 18, 1940 
July 24, 1940 




Harold W. Glascock, Jr 

Irby Howard Hoyle 

Clarence Edward Greene 

Algernon Hubbard Kerr 


Div. Med. Inspector 

Div. Dental Officer 

Office Executive 

Veterinarian 


Raleigh 
Henderson 
Henderson 
Kerr 



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Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Hq. & Serv. Co. 

Henderson 
(Redesignated: 


April 14, 1926 
Dee. 1, 1939) 


* James Newsom O'Neil 

Henry Walton Mixon 


C'apt. MAC. 
1st Lt.MAC 


April 11, 1928 
Aug. 18, 1940 


Henderson 
Henderson 


Band 

Henderson 

(Redesignated: 


July 1, 1940) 


"James Newsom O'Neil 

Joseph Benjamin Renn... 


Capt. MAC. 
W. 0. 


April 11, 1928 
Dec. 16, 1936 


Henderson 
Henderson 



1ST BATTALION — 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Paul C. Carter _ 

Thomas P. Van Noppen 


Commanding 

Adjutant __ _ __ 


Major MC 

Capt. MAC 


June 27. 1924 
July 14, 1932 


Madison 
Madison 







COMPANIES 






Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


A 

Wilmington 


Dec. 15, 1936 


*Bennette E. Stephenson. _ 


Capt. MC. 
1st Lt. MC. 


Sept. 13, 1940 


Roanoke Rapids 


B 

Roanoke Rapids 


April 20, 1940 


*Thomas JelTerson Taylor. 


Capt. MC 
1st Lt. MC. 


Sept, 13, 1940 


Roanoke Rapids 



2nd BATTALION— 105th MEDICAL REGIMENT 

(Federal Recognition March 31, 1928) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Robert B. Rodman 


Commanding 


Major MC. 
IstLt. MC 


Sept, 13, 1940 


Madison 









COMPANIES 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Company 


Recognition 






Recognition 




D 


Nov. 24, 1922 


"Martin Robert Wisely 


Capt. MC. 


July ?4, 1940 


Edenton 


Edenton 




Pearly Lorenzo 








(Redesignated: 


Dec. 1, 1939) 


Baumgardner.. . 


Capt. MAC 


Aug. 23, 1935 


Edenton 






Charles Benton Pratt 


Capt. DC. 


July 13, 1927 


Madison 






Thomas P. Van Noppen.. 


Capt. MAC. 


July 14, 1932 


Madison 


G 


June 27, 1924 


"Alexander McNeil Cox 


Capt. MC. 


June 15, 1937 


Madison 


Madison 




Ernest H. Reynolds 


Capt. MC. 


Sept. 2, 1940 


Madison 






Joseph Walter Neal, Jr... 


1st Lt. MC 


June 7, 1940 


Madison 






Frank R. Fleming 


1st Lt. MC. 


Sept. 12. 1940 


States ville 






Joseph W. Garrett, Jr 


2ndLt.MAC 


Sept. 14, 1940 


Madison 



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51 



105TH QUARTERMASTER REGIMENT 

FIELD AND STAFF 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Plans&TO 


Capt. QMC 


Feb. 8, 1938 











1st BATTALION — 105th QUARTERMASTER REGIMENT 

(Federal Recognition August 13, 1937) 



Thomas Skinner Kittrell. 
John William Dandridge. 



Commanding. 
Adjutant 



Major QMC. 
1st Lt. QMC. 



Aug. 13, 1937 
July 27, 1940 



Henderson 

Charlotte 



COMPANIES 



Name and 
Station of 
Company 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


A 
Winston-Salem 


June 28, 1937 


*AUen Templeton 

Samuel, Jr 

Charles Wayland 


Captain 

2ndLt, 
2ndLt 


May 31, 1940 
May 31, 1940 


Winston-Salem 






Winston-Salem 



113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

(155mm Howitzer) 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Redesignated: July 1, 1940) (Federal Recognition March 3, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Godfrey Cheshire 


Commanding 


Colonel 

Lt. Col 

Captain... ... 

Captain 

Captain _ 

1st Lt 


Dec. 2, 1932 
July 28, 1940 
Sept. 15, 1940 
Oct. 17, 1936 


Raleigh 






Chapel Hill 


Alfred Luther Purrington 


Int. 0. &P.&TO 


Raleigh 

















BATTERIES 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Headquarters 
Battery 
Dunn 


May 13, 1924 


*Lee James Best . 

William Henry Sills 


Captain 

2nd Lt 


Jan. 5, 1933 
July 21, 1940 


Dunn 
Dunn 



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BATTERIES — Continued 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








*Meriwether Lewis 


Captain 


July 30, 1928 


Kinston 






Edgar Boothe Marston.Jr. 


IstLt 


Feb. 3, 1929 


Kinston 


Service Battery 


Dec. 21, 1925 


Marion A. Parrott 


2ndLt 


Sept. 13, 1940 


Kinston 


Kinston 




Robert Frederick 












Hoke Pollock 


2ndLt 


Mav 29, 1939 








Hyman Mewborn BizzelL 


2ndLt 


Jan. 21, 1940 


Kinston 


Band 




*Edgar Boothe Marston.Jr. 


IstLt 


Feb. 3, 1929 


Kinston 


Kinston 




Albert Henrv Coble 


W. 


Jan. 10, 1938 


Kinston 


(Redesignated: 


July 1, 1940) 














'Charles Tolbert Wilkinson 


Major MC. 


Aug. 9, 1940 


Wake Forrest 


Medical 


June 23, 1925 


Alexander Tunnell 








Department 




Jennette 


Capt. DC 


July 26, 1940 


Washington 


Detachment 




Eppie Charles Powell 


Capt. MC. 


Dec. 13, 1939 


Rocky Mount 


Wake Forest 




Fred G. Patterson 


Capt. MC. 


Sept. 11, 1940 


Chapel Hill 








Capt. MC_. 


Sept. 11, 1940 











FIRST BATTALION — 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition September 20, 1921) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 




Commanding 

Executive . _ . . .. 

Adjutant 

Int. O.&P. &TO 


Lt. Col. 


April 7, 1939 
Sept, 3, 1940 

Aug. 10, 1940 
June 29, 1936 


Louisburg 
Guilford College 

Charlotte 
Rocky Mount 




Major 

Captain. __ 

Captain ... _ 
IstLt 


Somers Scull Smith 







HEADQUARTERS BATTERY 1st BATTALION — 113th F.A. 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Youngsville 


June 8, 1921 


•Bland Grady Mitchell.... 

James Albert Wheless 

Richard Epaphroditus 
Ti mberlake, Jr 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2ndLt 


May 20, 1929 
July 31, 1940 

Jan. 29, 1937 


Youngsville 
Louisburg 

Youngsville 



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batteries 



53 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








•Worth Wicker. 


Captain 


June 7, 1935 


Greenville 


A 


April 27, 1926 


James Howard Moye 


IstLt 


April 28, 1940 


Greenville 


Greenville 




Joseph Edmund Waldrop. 


2ndLt 


Jan. 31, 1938 


Greenville 






Dan Wright 


2ndLt 


June 10, 1940 


Greenville 












'Charles Patterson Green . 


Captain 


April 7, 1939 


Louisburg 


B 


June 28, 1921 


Frank Williams 








Louisburg 




Wheless, Jr 


IstLt 


Feb. 25, 1938 


Louisburg 






Elmore Carson Bulluck... 


2ndLt 

2ndLt 


May 10, 1937 


Louisburg 
Louisburg 



SECOND BATTALION — 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition May 5, 1923) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Joseph Byrne Mullineaux 


Commanding 


Major.. 

Major 

Captain 

IstLt 


Oct. 24, 1939 
July 28, 1940 
Feb. 17, 1928 

Oct. 27, 1934 


New Bern 
Chapel Hill 


William Allen Royall 


Adjutant . 

Int. 0. &P. &TO .- 


Goldsboro 






New Bern 









HEADQUARTERS BATTERY 2nd BATTALION- 
ARTILLERY 



-113th FIELD 



Name and 
Station of 
Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Smithfield 


March 23, 1923 


*Luby Franklin Royall 

Lemuel Edgar Watson, Jr. 
Norman Bridgers 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2ndLt 


Feb. 8, 1932 
July 2, 1937 

July 8, 1932 


Smithfield 
Smithfield 

Smithfield 









BATTERIES 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








•Ernest Paul Meredith, Jr.. 


Captain 


July 2, 1937 


Washington 


C 


April 6, 1923 


Wiley Croom Rodman, Jr. 


IstLt 


July 2, 1937 


Washington 


Washington 




John Thomas Lewis . .. 


2ndLt 


June 30, 1934 


Washington 






James R. Barbour, Jr 


2ndLt 


Sept. 13, 1940 


Washington 






•Weston H.Willis 


Captain 


Nov. 6, 1939 


New Bern 


D 


Nov. 15, 1922 


Kermit Lafayette Guthrie 


IstLt 


April 2, 1940 


New Bern 


New Bern 




Rudolph Rhodes 


2ndLt 


Dec. 17, 1927 


New Bern 






Abbott Clifton Weatherly 


2ndLt 


May 25, 1940 


New Bern 



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THIRD BATTALION — 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition March 1, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


John C. M. Vann. 


Commanding 

Executive. 




July 5, 1935 
July 28, 1940 

Aug. 10, 1940 
Nov. 21, 1935 




William Horace Williams.. . . 


Major ... 

Captain 

1st Lt. 


Monroe 


Samuel Benjamin Howard 


Int. 0. &P. &T0 

Liaison Officer 


Morganton 









HEADQUARTERS BATTERY 3rd BATTALION — 113th FIELD 

ARTILLERY 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Lenoir 


July 24, 1925 


"Charles Walter Porter 

Roy Elcanah Thompson.. 
Roger Hill Robbins.. 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
2ndLt 


July 2, 1937 
July 21, 1940 
Aug. 12, 1934 


Lenoir 
Lenoir 
Lenoir 


BATTERIES 


Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 
Recognition 


Residence 


E 


May 28, 1928 


*Lucien Perryman 


Captain 

1st Lt. 
1st Lt. 

2ndLt 

2ndLt 


March 7, 1939 
July 28, 1940 
Jan. 29, 1937 
Sept. 15, 1940 


Sanford 




Charlie Billiard Bell 

James Percy Seymore 

William H. Gurley 


Sanford 
Sanford 
Sanford 


F 
Monroe 


Aug. 6, 1923 


*Daniel Jennings Boger 

James Pierpont Morgan. . 
Junius Stitt Stearns, Jr... 
John Harrison Lee 


Captain 

2ndLt 

2ndLt 

2ndLt 


Aug. 17, 1935 
Jan. 29, 1937 
July 8, 1938 
June 23, 1940 


Monroe 
Monroe 
Monroe 
Monroe 



252ND COAST ARTILLERY 

FIELD AND STAFF 

(Redesignated: 155 mm-Gun March 15, 1940) (Federal Recognition June 9, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Royce Stanley McClelland 




Colonel _ 

Lt. Col... 


Dec. 6, 1929 
Dec. 14, 1929 
Dec. U, 1926 
Feb. 4, 1936 
Dec. 20, 1938 












Int. O. & P. &TO 


Captain ._ 

Captain 

Captain 

1st Lt 
















Allen M. Sell 




June 12, 1936 Wilmineton 













Report of The Adjutant General 
batteries 



55 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 




Headquarters 


May 6, 1924 


•James Ernest Holton, Jr.. 


Captain 


Sept. 27, 1937 


Wilmington 


Battery 




Kenneth Murchison 








Wilmington 




Corbett 


1st Lt. 


March 8, 1930 


Wilmington 






•Norwood Bennett 








Service 


April 26, 1923 


Chesnutt 


Captain 


March 1, 1930 


Whiteville 


Battery 




Jackson Greer, Jr 


IstLt 


Feb. 4, 1936 


Whiteville 


Whiteville 




Raymond Alonzo Heath.. 


2ndLt 


March 28, 1930 


Whiteville 






Robert Oliver Rooks 


2ndLt 


June 27, 1936 


Whiteville 






James Lawrence Smith.. _ 


2ndLt 


May 18, 1939 


Whiteville 


Band 


May 6, 1924 


•William Francis Burns 


IstLt 


April 11, 1938 


Wilmington 


Wilmington 




Gaylord Willshire 












Nicholas . 


W. 0. 


July 28, 1939 


Wilmington 






Robert Arthur 










May 11, 1926 






March 18, 1937 




Department 




•Norman Albright Fox 


Capt. MC._ 


May 17, 1931 


Greensboro 


Detachment 






Capt. MC 






Greensboro 




Guy Edwin Pigford 


Capt. DC 


Aug. 5, 1939 


Wilmington 






Victor Thaddeus Sullivan 


Capt. MC. 


July 6, 1940 


Wilmington 



FIRST BATTALION — 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition March 14, 1923) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


James Byron McCumber 

Cecil Lawton Matthes. .. 

William Francis Burns 


Commanding 

Adjutant & Executive- 
Reconnaissance Officer 

Plans&TO 


Major 

Captain 

IstLt 

IstLt 

2ndLt 


Jan 22, 1930 
June 13, 1935 
April 11, 1938 
April 20, 1940 
July 20, 1936 


Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 


David John Caldwell 


Int. & Liaison Officer 


Wilmington 



HEADQUARTERS BATTERY 1st BATTALION — 252nd COAST 
ARTILLERY 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Raeford 


March 25, 1930 


•John Walter Walker 

John Archibald 

McPhaul, Jr 


Captain 

1st Lt. 


March 26, 1930 
Sept. 1, 1939 


Raeford 









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batteries 



Name and 


Date of 






Date of 




Station of 


Federal 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Federal 


Residence 


Battery 


Recognition 






Recognition 








"Calhoun Dove 








A 


Aug. 13, 1920 


Cunningham 


Captain 


Feb. 18, 1930 


Wilmington 


Wilmington 




Richard Maurice King 


IstLt 


June 7, 1938 


Wilmington 






Robert Brown Rives 


2ndLt 


Feb. 4, 1936 


Wilmington 






Walker Tvler Brown 


2ndLt 


Sept. 30, 1938 


Wilmington 






"Francis Eli Wishart 


Captain 


June 25, 1924 


Lumberton 


B 


June 25, 1924 


Yates Williams Floyd 


IstLt 


May 10, 1930 


Lumberton 


Lumberton 




George Andrew Forloines. 


2ndLt 


Sept. 25, 1933 


Lumberton 






Herbert Hoyle Daugherty 


2ndLt 


June 23, 1938 


Lumberton 



SECOND BATTALION — 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition May 21, 1924) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Ralph Leonard Lewis . . 


Commanding- . . .. 

Adjutant & Executive 

Reconnaissance Officer. 

Plans & TO 


Major ... . 

Captain 

IstLt 


Jan. 30, 1927 
Jan. 27, 1929 

July 13, 1930 
April 11, 1939 


Greensboro 








IstLt 

2ndLt 




William Jacob Lindemann 


Int. & Liaison Officer 


Greensboro 



HEADQUARTERS BATTERY 2nd BATTALION- 
ARTILLERY 



-252nd COAST 



Name and 
Station of 
Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


Greensboro 


March 24, 1930 


"Earl Ray Betts 

Albert Edward Nowlan.. 


Captain 

1st Lt. 


Jan. 14, 1939 
Jan. 14, 1939 


Greensboro 
Greensboro 


BATTERIES 


Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


C 
Greensboro 


Feb. 13, 1923 


"Eugene Kluge Patterson.. 

Henry Lee Bridges 

Nathaniel Waldo 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2ndLt 

2ndLt 


Jan. 26, 1930 
Nov. 18, 1939 

May 7, 1938 
Nov. 18, 1939 


Greensboro 
Greensboro 




Leonard John Bliss, Jr 


Greensboro 


D 

Greensboro 


April 8, 1924 


"Edward Lee Faulconer 

Willard Robert Bloxton.. 
Walter Hinton McCuiston 


Captain 

1st Lt. 

2ndLt 

2ndLt 


Jan. 30, 1927 
May 8, 1931 
April 17, 1936 


Greensboro 
Greensboro 
Greensboro 



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57 



THIRD BATTALION — 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 

(Federal Recognition December 14, 1929) 



Name 


Office 


Rank 


Date of 
Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


William Lawrence Poole 

Paul Jennings Dishner 

George Graham Dickson 

Harrison Matthews Symmes 


Commanding 

Adjutant & Executive 

Reconnaissance Officer 

Plans & TO 


Major 

Captain 

1st Lt. 


Sept. 12, 1940 
Sept. 15, 1940 
Sept. 12, 1940 
May 1, 1933 
Sept. 14, 1940 


Raeford 
Greensboro 


1st Lt.. 




Int. & Liaison Otficer 


2ndLt 


Raeford 







HEADQUARTERS BATTERY 3rd BATTALION- 
ARTILLERY 



-252nd COAST 



Name and 
Station of 
Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


High Point 


March 24, 1930 


*Samuel Hector Strickland 
Charles Wesley MeAnally 


Captain 

1st Lt. 


April 6, 1933 
April 6, 1933 


High Point 
High Point 



BATTERIES 



Name and 

Station of 

Battery 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Name of Officer 


Rank 


Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 


Residence 


E 
High Point 


April 7, 1924 


♦Samuel Ellis Holt 

Geddie Blair Strickland. _ 

Ralph Thomas Haney 

Edward James Phibbs, Jr. 


Captain 

1st Lt 

2ndLt 

2nd Lt. 


May 28, 1936 
July 20, 1936 
July 20, 1936 
Feb. 19, 1938 


High Point 
High Point 
High Point 
High Point 




Aug. 5, 1921 




Captain 

1st Lt. 

2ndLt 

2ndLt 


Feb. 19, 1930 
June 17, 1940 
Oct. 7, 1939 
June 17, 1940 


Raeford 


F 
Raeford 


Younger F. Snead 

William Lamont, Jr 

Thomas Benton Lester.Jr. 


Raeford 
Raeford 
Raeford 



58 Report of The Adjutant General 

north carolina officers — inactive national guard 



Name 


War Vacancy Assignment 




2nd Lt. 120th Infantry 

Captain Headquarters 120th Infantry 

1st Lt. 30th Signal Company 

2nd Lt. Company H, Infantry 

Lt. Col., Headquarters 55th Field Artillery Brigade 




Ryder, George H 


Boyd, Thos. G 







NORTH CAROLINA ENLISTED MEN — NATIONAL GUARD OF THE 

UNITED STATES 



Name 



War Vacancy Assignment 



Enlisted Status 



Allen, Claude E 

Anthony, Edward 

Baggett, Charlie C.__. 
Baker, Baxter L., Jr.. . 
Bauguss, Richard E.__ 

Britt, Ellery W 

Bryan, William H 

Bryson, Richard C 

Burwell, Richard G 

Bynum, James J 

Chatham, Edwin J 

Colyer, Charles F 

Craig, John W 

Culbertson, Eual W... 

Davis, James M 

DeLancey, Zeb V 

Edwards, Charles W._. 
Ellington, Albert E.... 

Floyd, Reuben R 

Forney, Neal M 

Hansen, Oscar E., Jr.. . 

Hardesty, Ivan 

Huff, RufusD 

Huffman, Domer J 

Joyner, Edward C 

Lovell, Rupert N 

Mann, Romulus M., Jr 

Martin, James A 

Patterson, George D._. 

Reich, Maurice H 

Rowland, Dwight B 

Steagall, Gordon I 

Williamson, Leslie H.__ 

Wright, James E 

Wyatt, Malcolm L 

Yount, Eugene MeD... 



2nd Lt, 
2ndLt 
2ndLt 
2ndLt 
2ndLt 
1st Lt 
1st Lt 
2ndLt 
2nd Lt 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt, 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
1st Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 



Inf.... 

Co. F 120th Inf 

CA 

Inf 

.Inf.. 

CA 

Co. C 120th Inf 

. Engrs 

.Inf 

Inf 

Inf 

Co. F 120th Inf 

H. &S. Co. 105th Engrs 

H. & S. Co. 105th Engrs 

Co. H 120th Inf 

Hq. Co. 120th Inf 

Co. H 120th Inf 

Inf 

Hq. B&CT 2nd Bn. 252nd CA 
FD 



Co. F 120th Inf 

Serv. Co. 120th Inf 

H. & S. Co. 105th Engrs. 

Engrs 

MAC 

Inf.... 



Inf 

Hq. Co. 60th Inf. Brig 

Hq. Co. 60th Inf. Brig 

Inf 

Hq. Btry. 113th FA 

Inf 

CA 

Co. L 120th Inf 

Co. A 105th Engrs 

Co. F 105th Engrs 



Cpl. Co. K 120th Inf. 

Pvt. 1st CI Co. F 120th Inf. 

1st Sgt. Btry A 252nd CA. 

Sgt. Co. F 120th Inf. 

Sgt. Co. G 120th Inf. 

Sgt. Serv. Btry. 252nd CA. 

1st Sgt. Co. C 120th Inf. 

1st Sgt. Co. E 105th Engrs. 

Sgt. Co. C 120th Inf. 

M. Sgt. Serv. Co. 120th Inf. 

Sgt. Hq. Co. 60th Inf. Brig. 

Co. F 120th Inf. 

Sgt. H. & S. Co. 105th Engrs. 

H. & S. Co. 105th Engrs. 

Sgt. Co. H 120th Inf. 

Sgt. Hq. Co. 120th Inf. 

Cpl. Co. H 120th Inf. 

St. Sgt. Serv. Co. 120th Inf. 

1st Sgt. Hq. B&CT. 2nd Bn. 252ndCA 

M. Sgt. Hq. Det. Sp. Tr. 30th Div. 

Cpl. Co. F 120th Inf. 

Serv. Co. 120th Inf. 

H. & S. Co. 105th Engrs. 

Sgt. Co. A 105th Engrs. 

Pvt. H. & S. Co. 105th MR. 

1st Sgt. Co. B 120th Inf. 

Co. G 120th Inf. 

Sgt. Hq. Co. 60th Inf. Brig. 

M. Sgt. Hq. Co. 60th Inf. Brig. 

Sgt. Co. G 120th Inf. 

Sgt. Hq. Btry. 113th FA. 

Tech. Sgt. Hq. Det. 1st Bn. 120th Inf. 

Cpl. Btry. A 252nd CA. 

Cpl. Co. L 120th Inf. 

St. Sgt. Co. A 105th Engrs. 

Sgt. Co. F 105th Engrs. 



Report of The Adjutant General 



59 



OFFICERS WHO HAVE SEVERED THEIR CONNECTION WITH 

THE SERVICE 

(Since published Roster of Dec. 31, 1937) 



Name and Rank 



Robert A. Allen, Hq. Co. 120th Inf., tra 

Edwin C. Boyette, Jr._. - 

Leon A. Brock 

George L. Cain - 

Hugh A. Currie. 

Edwin C. Klingman 

Robert A. Pinner 

John C. Quickel, MC 

James H. Weaver.. 

Somers S. Smith, 113th FA. transferred 

Herman L. Clanton 

Charles C. Conoly - 

Frank D. Dean, Chaplain 

Robert L. DuVal 

Henry F. Long - 

Wm. H. Johnston, Jr 

Edward S. King, MC .- 

Wm. M. Lybrook 

Roger McK. Page — 

Robert P. Morehead, MC 

Nicholas B. Mustian 

James B. Richardson, DC 

Calvin F. Smith ---. 

Wesley C. Thompson 

Wm. S. Tyson 

Herman H. Aderhold 

James C. Ashcraft. — 

Roy Cox - ---. 

Kenan Casteen, MC - --- 

Eugene P. Coston 

Henry B. Culbreth 

James McG. McAnally, MC 

Stanhope Lineberry. .. 

Robert L. DuVal 

George E. Haskett 

Frederick 0. Fay, MC 

James F.Fulp, MC 

Albert L. Hibbard 

G. Fred Hale, DC 

Russell I. Holmes 

Wm. Hones - 

Henry U. Kivett 

Thomas B. McDowell 

Nathaniel McN. Smith 

Wm. C. Mebane, Jr., MC 

Joshua E. Paschall 

Charles F. Williams, MC 

Preson P. Phillips _ 

Herbert M. Vann, MC 

Wm. L. Patman, MC -. 

George P. Palmer .-. 

George P. Ritchie 

McB. Wilson 

Wm.G. Staley.... ... 

Jas. H. Wheeler, MC 

1st Lt j Jas. B. Wheless, MC 

Major McC. B. Wilson 



Organization 



nsferred to N.C. Inactive N.G. 6ept. 3, 1938 

120th Inf.._ 

113th FA 

252nd CA 

252nd CA 

252nd CA - - 

105th Engrs 

120th Inf... 

113th FA -- 

to N.C. Inactive N.G. Oct. 1, 1938. 

120th Inf - -- 

252nd CA - --- 

120th Inf --- 

113th FA.. ---- 

105th Engrs 

120th Inf - - -- 

113th FA -- 

252nd CA -.-. - 

252nd CA — — 

113th FA._ ---- - 

120th Inf .- - -- 

252nd CA 

120th Inf 

113th FA 

113th FA.. - - -- 

252nd CA... - 

113th FA - - 

120th Inf - --- 

105th Med...- 

105th Engrs - 

120th Inf - 

105th Med - 

105th Engrs - - 

113th FA - ---- 

113th FA...- - - - 

105th Med 

105th Med - 

113th FA. ._- 

113th FA 

113th FA - 

120th Inf 

120th Inf - 

120th Inf 

252nd CA.__ - — - 

252nd CA 

105th QM.Regt 

120th Inf -- 

105th Engrs... 

113th FA -. -.-- ---- 

252nd CA - ---- 

120th Inf - 

120th Inf -. 

252nd CA 

105th Engrs 

Div. Surgeon's Office 

113th FA 

252nd CA 



Date of 
Resignation 



Feb. 


4, 1938 


Sept. 


27, 1938 


March 23, 1938 


Jan. 


31, 1938 


Nov. 


30, 1938 


Dec. 


31, 1938 


March 17, 1938 


Jan. 


19, 1938 


Feb. 


20, 1939 


Sept. 


30, 1939 


June 


22, 1939 


Jan. 


31, 1939 


April 


19, 1939 


May 


31, 1939 


Nov. 


10, 1939 


Sept. 


21, 1939 


Sept. 


21, 1939 


Sept. 


9, 1939 


Dec. 


13, 1939 


July 


1, 1939 


Dec. 


3, 1939 


Oct. 


3, 1939 


Dec. 


16, 1939 


Aug. 


14, 1940 


June 


12, 1940 


Feb. 


9, 1940 


Feb. 


23, 1940 


March 31, 1940 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


July 


22, 1940 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


March 8, 1940 


March 14, 1940 


March 17, 1940 


July 


22, 1940 


July 


11, 1940 


April 


30, 1940 


April 


30, 1940 


May 


29, 1940 


July- 


18, 1940 


July 


18, 1940 


July 


31, 1940 


July 


31, 1940 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


Sept. 


6, 1940 


Sept. 


6, 1940 


May 


31, 1940 


July 


24, 1940 


July 


24, 1940 


Sept. 


6, 1940 



EXECUTIVE ORDERS— 1940 

September 9, 1940. 
Hon. Henry L. Stimson, 
Secretary of War, 
Washington, D. C. 

My dear Mr. Stimson: 

I have your letter of September 5, 1940, and also received your tele- 
gram relating to the ordering into service of the National Guard by the 
President. 

I thank you for the copy of the Order and the units of the National Guard 
in North Carolina will fully respond and enter the service as indicated and 
directed in this order. 

North Carolina stands ready to fully cooperate in every phase of our 
national defense program. 

Yours very truly, 

Clyde R. Hoey, 
CRH/C Governor. 

be: General Metts. 



WD 325 (8-31-40) M-C 

WAR DEPARTMENT 
Washington 

September 5, 1940. 
Honorable Clyde R. Hoey, 

Governor of North Carolina, 
Raleigh, North Carolina. 

Dear Governor Hoey: 

In order to strengthen the common defense, the President has thought it 
proper at this time to exercise in part the authority vested in him by Public 
Resolution Number 96, 76th Congress, approved August 27, 1940, to order 
from time to time any or all members and units of all reserve components 
of the Army of the United States into active Federal service. 

He has, accordingly, given his signature to Executive Order Number 
8530, August 31, 1940, a copy of which is inclosed. In accordance therewith 
and as indicated in my telegram of September 3, 1940, all active elements 
of the following units of the National Guard of the United States of the 
State of North Carolina, and all personnel of both the active and inactive 
National Guard assigned to such units, are ordered into the active service 
of the United States as of, and from the sixteenth day of September, nineteen 
hundred and forty. 

Elements of the 30th Division, North Carolina National Guard 
252d Coast Artillery (155 mm gun). 

Sincerely yours, 

Henry L. Stimson, 
1 Incl: Secretary of War. 

Cpy Ex. Order. 



Report of The Adjutant General 61 

executive order 

ordering certain units and members of the national 

guard of the united states into the active military 

service of the united states 

By virtue of the authority conferred upon me by Public Resolution No. 96, 
76th Congress, approved August 27, 1940, and the National Defense Act of 
June 3, 1916, as amended (39 Stat. 166), and as Commander-in-Chief of the 
Army and Navy of the United States, I hereby order into the active military 
service of the United States, effective September 16, 1940, the following units 
and members of the National Guard of the United States to serve in the 
active military service of the United States for a period of twelve consecutive 
months, unless sooner relieved: 

UNITS 
All active elements of: 

44th Division, less 44th Tank Company 
30th Division, less 30th Tank Company 
45th Division, less 45th Tank Company 
41st Division, less 41st Tank Company 

197th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) 

198th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) 

202nd Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) 

203rd Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) 

211th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) 

213th Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) 

251st Coast Artillery (Anti-aircraft) 

244th Coast Artillery (155mm Gun) 
250th Coast Artillery (155mm Gun) 
252nd Coast Artillery (155mm Gun) 

240th Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense) 

241st Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense) 
242nd Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense) 

243rd Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense) 

245th Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense) 

246th Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense) 

248th Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense) 

249th Coast Artillery (Harbor Defense) 

105th Observation Squadron 

119th Observation Squadron 

154th Observation Squadron 

116th Observation Squadron 

MEMBERS 

All members, both active and inactive, of the units listed above. 

All persons so ordered into the active military service of the United States 
are, from the effective date of this order, relieved from duty in the National 
Guard of their respective States so long as they shall remain in the active 
military service of the United States, and during such time shall be subject 



62 Report of The Adjutant General 

to such laws and regulations for the government of the Army of the United 
States as may be applicable to members of the Army whose permanent 
retention in the active military service is not contemplated by law. 

Commissioned officers and warrant officers appointed in the National 
Guard of the United States and commissioned or holding warrants in the 
Army of the United States, and affected by this order, are hereby ordered to 
active duty under such appointments and commissions or warrants. 

All officers and warrant officers of the National Guard appointed in the 
National Guard, federally recognized or examined and found qualified for 
Federal recognition, and assigned to units ordered to active duty under this 
order prior to the effective date hereof, who do not hold appointments in the 
National Guard of the United States and commissions or warrants in the 
Army of the United States, are hereby tendered such appointments in the 
same grade and arm or service which they respectively hold in the National 
Guard. 

Warrant officers and enlisted men of the National Guard who hold ap- 
pointments as officers in the National Guard of the United States and 
commissions in the Army of the United States, and are assigned to units 
ordered to active duty under this order prior to the effective date hereof, 
are hereby ordered to active military service as commissioned officers of the 
Army of the United States under those appointments and commissions. 

Franklin D. Roosevelt. 
The White House, 
August 31, 1940. 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

Governor's Office 

Raleigh 

Executive Order September 10, 1940. 

No. 1. 

1. Executive Order of the President of the United States, Number 8530, 
dated August 31, 1940, is quoted as follows: 

"By virtue of the authority conferred upon me by Public Resolution 
No. 96, 76th Congress, approved August 27, 1940, and the National Defense 
Act of June 3, 1916, as amended (39 Stat. 166), and as Commander-in-Chief 
of the Army and Navy of the United States, I hereby order into the active 
military service of the United States, effective September 16, 1940, the fol- 
lowing units and members of the National Guard of the .United States to 
serve in the active military service of the United States for a period of 
twelve consecutive months, unless sooner relieved: 

'All active elements of: 



'30th Division, less 30th Tank Company 

* * * * 

'252nd Coast Artillery (155 mm Gun) 

* * * * 



Report of The Adjutant General 63 

"MEMBERS 

"All members, both active and inactive, of the units listed above. 

"All persons so ordered into the active military service of the United 
States are, from the effective date of this order, relieved from duty in the 
National Guard of their respective States so long as they shall remain in the 
active military service of the United States, and during such time shall be 
subject to such laws and regulations for the government of the Army of the 
United States as may be applicable to members of the Army whose perma- 
nent retention in the active military service is not contemplated by law. 

"Commissioned officers and warrant officers appointed in the National 
Guard of the United States and commissioned or holding warrants in the 
Army of the United States, and affected by this order, are hereby ordered to 
active duty under such appointments and commissions or warrants. 

"All officers and warrant officers of the National Guard appointed in the 
National Guard, federally recognized or examined and found qualified for 
Federal recognition, and assigned to units ordered to active duty under 
this order prior to the effective date hereof, who do not hold appointments 
in the National Guard of the United States and commissions or warrants 
in the Army of the United States, are hereby tendered such appointments in 
the same grade and arm or service which they respectfully hold in the 
National Guard. 

"Warrant officers and enlisted men of the National Guard who hold ap- 
pointments as officers in the National Guard of the United States and com- 
missions in the Army of the United States, and are assigned to units ordered 
to active duty under this order prior to the effective date hereof, are 
hereby ordered to active military service as commissioned officers of the 
Army of the United States under those appointments and commissions." 

2. In view of the above quoted order, it is announced that as of, and 
from the Sixteenth day of September, 1940, all North Carolina elements of 
the 30th Division and the 252nd Coast Artillery and all personnel, both 
active and inactive, assigned to such units, are ordered into the active 
service of the United States. Effective midnight, September 15-16, 1940, all 
members, both active and inactive, of the above designated units cease to 
be members of the North Carolina National Guard, subject to the Laws of 
North Carolina and National Guard Regulations and become a part of the 
Army of the United States, subject to the federal laws and Regular Army 
Regulations applicable thereto, in accordance with the Act of Congress rati- 
fied August 27, 1940, for the period of twelve months or until such time as 
relieved by proper authority. 

(Seal) Clyde R. Hoey, 

Official: Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

J. Van B. Metts, 

The Adjutant General. 



GENERAL ORDERS— 1938 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders January 12, 1938. 

No. 1 

1. The following named men, firing the pistol course for the season 
1937, qualified in the classes indicated: 

Headquarters Btry. 113th Field Artillery 

Name Qualification 

1st Sgt. Henry O. Shell Expert 

Sgt. John G. Draughon Marksman 

Cpl. Harold L. Jones Marksman 

Sgt. James E. Lee Marksman 

Cpl. Melvin H. Bryant Marksman 

Sgt. William E. Jernigan Marksman 

Pvt. Robert L. Guy Marksman 

Pvt. William H. Tew Marksman 

PFC. Hubert L. Sills Marksman 

M. Sgt. Edgar W. Carr Marksman 

Cpl. Dwight B. Rowland Marksman 

Pvt. Willie W. Lucas Marksman 

Pvt. Edward C. Lucas Marksman 

2. All enlisted men whose names appear in the foregoing list will be 
awarded the proper qualification insignia. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

General Orders February 1, 193 8. 

No. 2 

1. The 193 8 Annual Armory Inspection of the North Carolina National 
Guard, in accordance with the provisions of Section 93, National Defense 
Act, as amended, and letter NG 333. 45-Gen-38, Hq 4th CA, December 1, 
1937 will be conducted, as provided in Section II. NGR 48, January 18, 
1934, by officers of the Regular Army detailed by the Commanding General, 
Fourth Corps Area. The itinerary and the names of the Inspecting Officers 
are given in paragraph 10 of this order. Time of arrival of Inspecting 
Officers will be transmitted to organizations as soon as practicable. Upon 
their arrival, unit commanders will report by phone or in person. 



Report of The Adjutant General 65 

2. The inspection will be made a formal occasion. The primary objects 
of the inspection are enumerated in paragraph 8, NGR 48. The inspection 
of the training of the unit or headquarters will be confined to objectives 
prescribed in the program of the next higher commander, and which should 
have been scheduled previous to the inspection, and, in addition, such other 
training as the unit or headquarters commander may have scheduled pre- 
vious to the inspection. Unit and headquarters commanders should be 
prepared to demonstrate the state of training achieved in scheduled sub- 
jects by presenting for the inspector a previously planned and rehearsed 
schedule, after or during which the inspector may ask to see such phases 
of the schedule repeated, or such other training as has been laid down 
under schedules of the unit, as he may desire. The inspector will base his 
report on these subjects and no other. The planned demonstration of the 
training of the unit as a whole, including the repetition of certain phases 
of training, or other training covered in schedule, as the inspector may 
desire to see, should not exceed the normal drill time. 

3. Attendance at inspection is compulsory. A report of all absentees 
from inspection by reason of unavoidable causes, such as sickness, etc., will 
be rendered to the Inspecting Officer. Absentees without leave of absence 
or on furlough will be dealt with in accordance with the law. Officers and 
enlisted men temporarily absent from their home stations at the muster 
and inspection of their organizations may be attached, for inspection, to 
any other organization, provided necessary arrangements are made with 
The Adjutant General by the immediate commanding officers and notice 
given the Inspector to whom they are to report. 

4. The inspection of personnel will be made beginning at 8:00 P. M., 
on the date named herein. Field and Staff Officers whose station is that of 
their respective headquarters will report for inspection with the head- 
quarters personnel. Hours of inspection may be changed after consultation 
between the Inspecting Officer and the unit commander. The organization 
commander, caretaker, and supply sergeant to be present at the armory at 
such time in the afternoon as the Inspecting Officer may designate and all 
individual lockers opened and the field range set up. The first sergeant 
and company clerk to be present at the armory at the designated time in 
the afternoon for administrative inspection. 

5. All property, arms, clothing, and equipment, will be thoroughly 
cleaned and put in good condition. Sealed boxes or cases need not be 
opened. Property in supply rooms and in individual lockers will be neatly 
and carefully arranged, that the Inspecting Officer may see its general 
condition and may count and check it easily and without loss of time. 
Items mentioned on spot inventory will be arranged as requested by the 
Inspecting Officer. 

6. All records required by National Guard Regulations, or other War 
Department authority, will be fully written up and accessible. The files of 
retained enlistment and physical examination papers of enlisted men for 
the entire personnel at the time of the inspection must be conveniently 
arranged in case information of this nature is desired. 

7. The service uniform, woolen (without packs), will be worn, in- 
cluding cap, regulation shoes and leggins (or boots). The olive drab ser- 



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vice shirt will be worn under the coat. Officers will be uniformed the same 
as troops of their command with saber. Every effort will be made to have 
personal equipment complete, thoroughly renovated and properly cleaned 
in order that each may present a neat appearance. 

8. Inspecting Officers are requested to inspect Motor Vehicle Service 
Record Books of those units having motor vehicles. (QMC Form 248). 

9. Unit commanders will be ready to state what steps they have taken 
to carry out the 1938 Major Effort; Field and Staff Officers what they are 
doing (AEC work) to qualify for armory drill pay; and applicable officers 
what steps they have taken to overcome their deficiencies, noted in 1937 
Armory and Field Inspection Reports. 

10. Inspecting Officers and Dates for Inspections. 



Lieut. Colonel Arthur M. Ellis, Infantry, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Tue Feb 15 — Company H, 120th Infantry Waynesville 

Wed Feb 16 — Headquarters 3rd Bn, 120th Infantry Shelby 

Company K, 120th Infantry Shelby 

Thu Feb 17 — Headquarters 2d Bn, 120th Infantry Gastonia 

Howitzer Company, 120th Infantry Gastonia 

Capt. E. R. Morgan, Hqrs. Adj., 120th Infantry, Gastonia 
1st Lt. J. C. Quickel, MC, 120th Infantry. Gastonia 

Fri Feb 18 — Company F, 120th Infantry Charlotte 

Hq & Hq Det (Fin Sec), 30th Division Charlotte 

Headquarters 1st Bn, 120th Infantry Charlotte 

Major P. R. Younts, Hqrs. Ex. 0., 60th Brigade, Charlotte 

Sat Feb 19 — Company E, 120th Infantry Concord 

Mon Feb 21 — Headquarters Company 2nd Bn, 120th Infantry .Albemarle 
Tue Feb 22 — Headquarters Company 3d Bn, 120th Infantry Asheboro 

Capt. J. C. Crutchfield, DC, 120th Infantry, Asheboro 

Wed Feb 23 — Headquarters Company, 60th Brigade Leaksville 

Thu Feb 24 — Headquarters Company, 120th Infantry Reidsville 

Fri Feb 25 — Company G, 120th Infantry Winston-Salem 

Captain F. D. Dean, Ch., 120th Infantry, Winston-Salem 
Sat Feb 26 — Company A, 105th QM. Regiment Winston-Salem 

Mon Feb 28 — Company A, 120th Infantry Burlington 

Headquarters, 60th Brigade Graham 

1st Lt. C. B. Aycock, Hqrs, ADC. 60th Brigade, Graham 

Lt. Col Wm. V. Copeland, Hqrs, Ex. O., 120th Infantry, Graham 

Tue Mar 1 — Hq & Hq Det (Insp Sec), 30th Division Durham 

Company D, 120th Infantry Durham 

Hq 1st Bn, (Maj. P. P. Phillips), 105th Engineers-Durham 

Wed Mar 2 — Headquarters, 120th Infantry Raleigh 

Service Company, 120th Infantry Raleigh 

Captain K. A. Kirby, Hqrs, Adj. 60th Brigade, Raleigh 
Captain C. F. Williams. MC 120th Infantry, Raleigh 

Thu Mar 3 — State Staff Corps & Departments Raleigh 

Quartermaster Detachment Raleigh 

Fri Mar 4 — Company C, 120th Infantry Henderson 

Major J. C. Cooper, Hqrs, 10 & P & T. 120th Infantry, Henderson 
Hq 1st Bn (Major T. S. Kittrell), 105th 

QM. Regiment Henderson 

Capt. S. E. Jennette, Hqrs, Adj. 105th Engineers, Henderson 
Sat Mar 5 — Headquarters Company 1st Bn, 120th Infantry Oxford 



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Mori Mar 7 — Company B, 120th Infantry Warrenton 

Tue Mar 8 — Company M, 120th Infantry Wilson 

Major J. C. Dempsey, IG, State Staff, Wilson 

Wed Mar 9 — Company L, 120th Infantry Parkton 

Thu Mar 10 — Company I, 120th Infantry Wilmington 

Captain C. R. Blomme, Hqrs, ADC. 30th Division, Wilmington 

Major Reading Wilkinson, C. E., Jackson, Miss. 

Sat Mar 5 — Company B, 105th Engineers Morganton 

Mon Mar 7 — Company A, 105th Engineers North Wilkesboro 

Tue Mar 8 — Company C, 105th Engineers Salisbury 

Wed Mar 9 — Regtl Headquarters, 10 5th Engineers Charlotte 

Colonel Graham K. Hobbs, Comdg, 105th Engineers, Charlotte 
1st Lt. W. O. Cochrane, Adj, 1st Bn, 105th Engineers, Charlotte 

Med Dept Det, 105th Engineers Charlotte 

Thu Mar 10 — Hq and Serv Company, 105th Engineers Charlotte 

Lieut. Colonel Lorin A. Greene, Medical Corps, New Orleans, La. 

Mon Mar 7 — Company I, 105th Med. Regt. Madison 

Headquarters 2d Bn, 105th Med. Regt. Madison 

Tue Mar 8 — Med. Dept. Det., 120th Infantry Graham 

Wed Mar 9 — Headquarters, 105 Medical Regiment Henderson 

Service Co. & Band, 105th Medical Regiment Henderson 

Lt. Col. John D. Kerr, Jr., Ex O. 105th Med Regt., Henderson 
Maj. A. H. Kerr, V. C, 105th Med. Regt., Henderson 
Capt. J. H. Wheeler, Adj, 2nd Bn, 105th Med. Regt., Henderson 
Capt. T. B. Royster. Adj, 105th Med. Regt., Henderson 

Thu Mar 10 — Med Dept Det, 113th F.A. Wake Forest 

Capt. G. F. Hale, D. C. 113th FA., Wake Forest 

Fri Mar 11 — Company F, 105th Med Regt Edenton 

Major M. P. Wichard, C. Surg, State Staff, Edenton 

Sat Mar 12 — Company A, 105th Med Regt Wilmington 

Major Wm. H. Quarterman, Field Artillery, Savannah, Ga. 

14 — Service Battery, 113th Field Arty. Kinston 

15 — Battery D, 113th Field Artillery New Bern 

Headquarters 2nd Bn., 113th Field Artillery New Bern 

16 — Battery C, 113th Field Artillery Washington 

17 — Battery A, 113th Field Artillery Greenville 

Capt. Worth Wicker, Ch. 113th FA., Greenville 

1st Lt. S. B. Howard, Int O 3d Bn. 113th FA., Greenville 

1st Lt. R. A. Eason, LnO 1st Bn, 113th FA., Greenville 

Fri Mar 18 — Battery B, 113th Field Artillery Louisburg 

1st Lt. C. P. Green, P&TO, 1st Bn. 113th FA., Louisburg 
Sat Mar 19 — Hq Battery & C Tn, 1st Bn, 113th Field Arty. _Youngsville 
Sun Mar 20 — Headquarters, 113th Field Artillery Raleigh 

Lt. Col. J. B. Thorpe, Ex. 113th FA., Raleigh 

Capt. J. B. Linker, Adj. 113th FA., Raleigh 

Capt. F. C. Shepard, Adj 1st Bn. 113th FA., Raleigh 

Mon Mar 21 — Hq Battery & C Tn, 2d Bn, 113th Field Arty. Smithfleld 

Capt. W. A. Royall, Adj. 2d Bn, 113th FA., Smithfleld 

22 — Headquarters Battery, 113th Field Artillery Dunn 

23 — Battery E, 113th Field Artillery Sanford 

Capt. Eugene Alexander, Ch. 105th Engineers, Sanford 

24 — Hq Battery & C Tn 3d Bn, 113th Field Arty. Lenoir 

25 — Headquarters 1st Bn, 113th Field Artillery Monroe 

Maj. Wesley C. Thompson, CO, 1st Bn. 113th FA., Monroe 

Headquarters 3d Bn, 113th Field Artillery Monroe 

Battery F, 113th Field Artillery Monroe 



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Lieut. Colonel Edward P. Noyes, Coast Artillery, Statesboro, Ga. 

Mon Mar 14 — -Battery D, 252d Coast Artillery Greensboro 

Tue Mar 15 — Battery C, 252d Coast Artillery Greensboro 

Wed Mar 16 — Hq Battery & C Tn, 2nd Bn, 252d Coast Arty. Greensboro 

Med Dept Det., 25 2d Coast Artillery Greensboro 

Headquarters 2nd Bn, 2 5 2d Coast Artillery Greensboro 

Capt. J. B. Richardson, DC. 252d CA., Greensboro 
1st Lt. P. J. Dishner, I.O., 1st Bn, 252d CA., Greensboro 
Thu Mar 17 — Hq Battery & C Tn, 3d Bn, 252d Coast Arty. __High Point 

Pri Mar 18 — Battery E, 252d Coast Artillery High Point 

Sat Mar 19 — Hq Battery & C Tn, 1st Bn., 252d Coast Arty. Raeford 

Lt. Col. R. B. Lewis, Ex. O. 252d CA., Raeford 
Major R. A. Matheson, Jr., MC, 252d CA., Raeford 
Capt. J. H. Blue, Adj. 1st Bn, 252d CA., Raeford 

Mon Mar 21 — Battery F, 252d Coast Artillery Raeford 

Tue Mar 22 — Battery B, 252d Coast Artillery Lumberton 

Wed Mar 23 — Service Battery (Less Band), 252d Coast Arty. _Whiteville 

Thu Mar 24 — Battery A, 252d Coast Artillery Wilmington 

Fri Mar 25 — Headquarters, Battery, 252d Coast Artillery Wilmington 

Band Sec, Service Battery, 252d Coast Arty Wilmington 

1st Lt. R. McK. Page, Jr., P&TO. 3d Bn, CA., Wilmington 
1st Lt. Wra. C. Mebane, Jr., MC. 

Sat Mar 26 — Headquarters, 252d Coast Artillery Wilmington' 

Headquarters, 1st Bn, 2 5 2d Coast Artillery Wilmington 

Headquarters, 3rd Bn, 252d Coast Artillery Wilmington 

1st Lt. W. M. Latta, (Ch) 252d CA., Wilmington 

Major Callie H. Palmer, Cavalry, Savannah, Ga. 

Tue Mar 15 — Machine Gun Troop, 109th Cavalry Statesville 

Wed Mar 16 — Troop I, 109th Cavalry Lincolnton 

Captain Chas. R. Jonas, Adj. 55th Cav. Brig., Lincolnton 

Thu Mar 17 — Troop K, 109th Cavalry Asheville 

Fri Mar 18 — Headquarters 3d Squadron, 109th Cavalry Asheville 

Med Dept Det., 109th Cavalry Asheville 

Major R. E. Gribbin, Chaplain, 105th Med. Regt., Asheville 

Major Leon H. Richmond, Signal Corps, Mobile, Ala. 

Wed Mar 16 — 30th Signal Company, 30th Division Canton 

Signal Sec, Hq & Hq Detachment, 30th Division Canton 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 3 



February 1, 1938. 



1. Under the provisions of Par. 54 (a) NGR-25, the Commanding 
Officer, Company A, 105th Medical Regiment, NC.NG., Wilmington, N. C, 



Report of The Adjutant General 69 

is hereby directed to drop the following named enlisted man from the 
rolls of his organization as a deserter, effective January 8, 1938. 

MONTROSE E. JOHNSON, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named man in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 2, 1938. 

No. 4 

1. Captain Thomas H. Upton, Property Auditor. The Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Department, will, at semi-annual intervals make a physical check of 
all government property in the custody of organizations of the Guard; 
audit the organization Council Book; and in cases of motorized units, will 
inspect motor vehicles and the records pertaining thereto. Organization 
commanders will be advised through special orders to be issued, the dates 
upon which the Property Auditor will visit the organizations concerned. 

2. Organization commanders are held responsible that all Federal 
property be available in proper place on date of visitation of the Property 
Auditor, conveniently arranged for checking. Any property or equipment 
not presented to the Auditor will be considered short. Property or equip- 
ment provided in Tables of Equipment for issue to Field and Staff Officers, 
when so issued for military use only, will be represented by Memorandum 
Receipt, signed by the officer concerned, on file with the organization. 

3. Commanding and all other officers, North Carolina National Guard, 
responsible to the State for Federal property issued by the Federal Govern- 
ment, whose property accounts show a shortage of $50.00 OR MORE, OR 
WHOSE SHORTAGE CONTINUES TO INCREASE, will enter on subse- 
quent payrolls, in column of remarks, opposite the name of the responsible 
officer, the following: 

"NOT TO BE PAID, PENDING PROPERTY ADJUSTMENT," 

Until such time as his property adjustment is completed, (Par. 25 NGR- 
59) and Form 18 be submitted. 

4. Regimental and separate Squadron commanders and Instructors 
who certify to payrolls will be advised of property shortages in such cases 
as require the remark noted in paragraph 3, and should such statement 
under remarks not be inserted on appropriate payrolls, the Regimental 
and separate Squadron commanders and Instructors concerned will cause 
the proper remarks to be made before certifying and forwarding payroll. 



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5. Immediately upon receipt of statement of shortages from this office, 
the responsible officer will take the steps provided (NGR 75-7) to be 
relieved of responsibility for actual shortage. 

6. All orders in conflict herewith are hereby rescinded. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 8, 1938. 

No. 5 

1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 2, The Adjutant General's 
Department, Raleigh, N. C, dated February 1, 1938, as directs 1st Lieu- 
tenant Charles B. Aycock, 60th Brigade, NC.NG., to appear for the Annual 
Armory Inspection February 28, 1938, at Graham, N. C, is rescinded. 

2. Lieutenant Aycock will report to Lieut. Colonel Arthur M. Ellis, 
Infantry Inspecting Officer on February 18, 1938, at Charlotte, N. C. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 11, 1938. 

No. 6 

1. The following named officers of the North Carolina National Guard 
having recently been transferred from the line and assigned to Staff 
positions, will report for the Annual Armory Inspection — 1938, North 
Carolina National Guard to Lt. Col. Arthur M. Ellis, Infantry Inspecting 
Officer, as designated herein :- 

Captain James B. Cole, Quartermaster Corps 

Tuesday March 1, 1938, Durham, N. C. 

1st Lieutenant Joshua E. Paschall, Quartermaster Corps 
Tuesday March 8, 1938, Wilson, N. C. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 71 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant Gknkral's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 18, 1938. 

No. 7 

1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 2, The Adjutant General's 
Department, Raleigh, N. C, dated February 1, 1938, as directs Major 
Robert E. Gribbin, Chaplain, 105th Medical Regiment, NC. NG., station 
Asheville, N. C, to report to Major Callie E. Palmer, Cavalry Inspecting 
Officer, at Asheville, N. C, for the Annual Armory Inspection on March 
18, 1938, is amended to direct Major Gribbin to report to Lt. Col. John T. 
McLane, USA. Cavalry, Asheville, N. C, who will conduct the inspection 
for Major Palmer on March 12, 1938. 

2. Lt. Col. McLane will prepare the report of inspection and submit 
same to Major Callie H. Palmer, Cavalry, station Savannah, Georgia. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 22, 1938. 

No. 8 

1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 2, The Adjutant General's 
Department, Raleigh, N. C, dated February 1, 1938, as directs Major 
James C. Dempsey, Inspector General, State Staff, NC. NG., station Wilson, 
N. C, to appear for Annual Armory Inspection at Wilson, N. C, March 8, 
1938, is amended to direct Major Dempsey to report to Lt. Col. Arthur M. 
Ellis, Infantry Inspecting Officer on March 3, 1938 at the Armory, Quarter- 
master Detachment, Raleigh, N. C. 

2. Major Dempsey will communicate with The Adjutant General's 
Department and ascertain the hour of the Inspection. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 26, 1938. 

No. 9 

1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 2, The Adjutant General's 
Department, Raleigh, N. C, dated February 1, 1938, as directs 1st Lieu- 
tenant Warren O. Cochrane, Adjutant, 1st Battalion, 105th Engineers, 



72 Report of The Adjutant General 

NC. NG., station Charlotte, N. C, to appear for Annual Armory Inspection 
at Charlotte, N. C, March 9, 1938, is amended to direct 1st Lieutenant 
Cochrane to report to Major Wm. H. Quarterman, Field Artillery In- 
specting Officer on March 15, 1938, with Battery D, 113th Field Artillery, 
NC. NG., at New Bern, N. C. 

2. 1st Lieutenant Cochrane will communicate with Captain Joseph B. 
Mullineaux, commanding officer, Battery D, 113th Field Artillery, NC. NG., 
New Bern, N. C, and ascertain the hour of the Inspection. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 28, 1938. 

No. 10 

1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 2, The Adjutant General's 
Department, Raleigh, N. C, dated February 1, 1938, as directs Major 
Arthur L. Fletcher, J. A. G. Department, State Staff, NC. NG., station 
Raleigh, N. C, to appear for Annual Armory Inspection on March 3, 
1938, is amended to direct Major Fletcher to report to Lt. Col. Arthur M. 
Ellis, Infantry Inspecting Officer on March 2, 1938, with Headquarters 
120th Infantry, NC. NG., Raleigh, N. C. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 28, 1938. 

No. 11 

1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 2, The Adjutant General's 
Department, Raleigh, N. C, dated February 1, 1938, as directs the fol- 
lowing named officers of the 113th Field Artillery, NC. NG., to appear for 
Annual Armory Inspection is amended and the officers concerned will 
report as designated hereon :- 

1st Lieutenant William H. Rhodes, Jr., Liaison Officer, 113th Field 
Artillery, NC. NG., station Raleigh, N. C, to report to Major 
William H. Quarterman, USA., Field Artillery Inspecting Officer 
on March 14, 1938, with Service Battery, 113th Field Artillery, 
NC. NG., Kinston, N. C. 
1st Lieutenant Samuel B. Howard, Int. O.&P.&TO., 3rd Bn., 113th 
Field Artillery, NC. NG., station Edenton, N. C, to report to Lt. 
Col. Lorin A. Greene, USA., Medical Inspecting Officer on March 



Report of The Adjutant General 73 

11, 1938, with Company F, 105th Medical Regiment, NC. NG., 
Edenton, N. C. 

2. Lieutenants Rhodes and Howard will communicate with the Com- 
manding Officers of the respective units to which they will be inspected 
to ascertain the hour of the Inspection. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



CORRECTED COPY 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 7, 1938. 

No. 12 

1. Pursuant to communication from the Commanding General, Fourth 
Corps Area, Atlanta, Georgia, dated March 2, 1938, to The Adjutant Gen- 
eral of North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee, the following 
Headquarters and Units of the National Guard, as it affects North Caro- 
lina will be reallocated and converted, effective midnight March 31st- 
April 1, 1938: 

Headquarters 3rd Squadron, Headquarters 2nd Battalion, 

109th Cavalry, NC. NG., to 105th Engineers, NC. NG., 

Asheville, N. C. Asheville, N. C. 

Troop I, 3rd Squadron, Company D, 

109th Cavalry, NC. NG., to 105th Engineers, NC. NG., 

station Lincolnton, N. C. station Lincolnton, N. C. 

Troop K, 3rd Squadron, Company E, 

109th Cavalry, NC. NG., to 105th Engineers, NC. NG., 

station Asheville, N. C. station Asheville, N. C. 

Machine Gun Troop, Company F, 

109th Cavalry, NC. NG., to 105th Engineers, NC. NG., 

station Statesville, N. C. station Statesville, N. C. 

2. The Medical Department Detachment, 3rd Squadron, 109th Cavalry, 
NC. NG., station Asheville, N. C, is disbanded as of midnight March 31st- 
April 1, 1938. Those enlisted men, who so desire, may transfer to Com- 
pany E, 105th Engineers, NC. NG. (now Troop K, 109th Cav.) as of March 
31, 1938, otherwise, will be discharged the service. The Commanding 
Officer, Medical Department Detachment, 3rd Squadron, 109th Cavalry, 
NC. NG., will confer with the Commanding Officer, Troop K, 3rd Squadron, 
109th Cavalry, NC. NG., (to become Co. E, 105th Engrs.) with reference 
to transfers, and will make arrangements for transfers as may be desired. 

3. The following Officers, are upon the conversion midnight March 
31st-April 1, 193 8, transferred, as follows:- 



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Major Eugene P. Coston, Cavalry, 
Commanding 3rd Squadron, 109th 
Cavalry, NC. NG., headquarters to 
Asheville, N. C. 

1st Lt. Carl O. Shytle, Cavalry, 
Adjutant, 3rd Squadron, 109th to 
Cavalry, NC. NG., station 
Asheville, N. C. 

Captain Wiley M. Pickens, Cavalry, 
Commanding Troop I, 109th to 

Cavalry, NC. NG., station 
Lincolnton, N. C. 

1st Lt. Edgar H. Reece, Cavalry, 
Troop I, 10 9th Cavalry, NC. NG. to 
station Lincolnton, N. C. 

2nd Lt. Harmon H. James, Cavalry, 
Troop I, 109th Cavalry, NC. NG., to 
station Lincolnton, N. C. 

Captain Joseph W. Tallent, Cavalry, 
Commanding Troop K, 109th 
Cavalry, NC. NG., station to 

Asheville, N. C. 

1st Lt. Wilbur R. Carleton, Cavalry, 
Troop K, 109th Cavalry, NC. NG., to 
station Asheville, N. C. 

2nd Lt. George R. Hull, Cavalry, 
Troop K, 109th Cavalry, NC. NG., to 
station Asheville, N. C. 

Captain George Feild, Cavalry, 
Commanding Machine Gun Troop, to 
109th Cavalry, NC. NG., 
station Statesville, N. C. 

1st Lt. John F. Long, Cavalry, 
Machine Gun Troop, 109th to 

Cavalry, NC. NG., station 
Statesville, N. C. 

1st Lt. Esten B. Leinster, Cavalry, 
Machine Gun Troop, 109th to 

Cavalry, NC. NG., station 
Statesville, N. C. 



Engineers, in Command of 
2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers, 
NC. NG., Headquarters 

Asheville, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned as Adjutant, 
2nd Battalion, 105th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Asheville, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned to Command 
of Company D, 105th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Lincolnton, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned to 
Company D, 105th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Lincolnton, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned to 
Company D, 105th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Lincolnton, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned to Command 
of Company E, 105th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Asheville, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned to 
Company E, 10 5th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Asheville, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned to 
Company E, 105th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Asheville, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned to Command 
of Company F, 10 5th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Statesville, N. C. 

Engineers, assigned to 
Company F, 105th Engineers, 
NC. NG., station Statesville, N. C. 

Engineers, and demoted to 2d Lt., 
assigned to Company F, 10 5th 
Engineers, NC. NG., station 
Statesville, N. C. 



4. Captain William A. Brewton, MC, Commanding Medical Depart- 
ment Detachment, 3rd Squadron, 109th Cavalry, NC. NG., station Asheville, 
N. C, is upon disbandment of the Detachment midnight March 31st-April 
1, 1938, transferred and assigned to duty with the Medical Detachment, 
105th Engineers, NC. NG., and will report by letter to Major Thomas 
Craven, MC, Commanding Medical Department Detachment, 105th En- 
gineers, NC. NG., station Huntersville, N. C. Captain Brewton will con- 



Report of The Adjutant General 75 

tinue responsibility for Federal and State property and the Detachment 
funds until further notice. 

5. (a) Captain Edward L. Shuford, Jr., VC, Medical Department 
Detachment, 3rd Squadron, 109th Cavalry, NC. NG., station Asheville, 
N. C, will be discharged the service upon the conversion midnight March 
31st-April 1, 193 8, because of no vacancy for a Veterinarian in the 105th 
Engineer Regiment. 

(b) 2nd Lt. Robert A. Collier, Machine Gun Troop, 10 9th Cavalry, 
NC. NG., station Statesville, N. C, will be discharged the service upon the 
conversion midnight March 31st-April 1, 1938, because of no vacancy in 
the 105th Engineer Regiment for his assignment. 

6. The Headquarters and Units concerned will assemble at their re- 
spective home stations at 8 PM., March 31, 1938, for an Inspection for 
Federal Recognition as Engineers. A full attendance of Officers and men 
is desired. Inspecting Officers will be announced later. 

7. Federal and State property responsibility will be retained by the 
responsible Officers. Instructions relating to the transfer of Cavalry 
equipment and horses and the acquiring of Engineer equipment will issue 
later. 

8. Separate instructions will be issued relative to the appearance of 
Officers before Examining Boards to determine their professional qualifi- 
cations in the branch to which transferred. Officers so desiring may make 
application to The Adjutant General, North Carolina, for an extension of 
one years time in which to prepare for and to take the professional 
examination. 

9. Following the conversion midnight March 31-April 1, 1938, Com- 
manding Officers concerned will report through channels by letter to 
Colonel Graham K. Hobbs, Commanding 105th Engineers, NC. NG., head- 
quarters Raleigh, N. C. (P. O. Box 28 6) 

10. All orders in conflict herewith are rescinded. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders April 7, 1938. 

No. 13 

1. General Orders No. 3, The Adjutant General's Department, dated 
February 1, 1938, is revoked. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders April 12, 1938. 

No. 14. 

1. With profound sorrow, the death of 

LIEUTENANT COLONEL JOHN DANIEL KERR, JR. 

Executive Officer, 105th Medical Regiment, North Carolina 
National Guard, at James Walker Memorial Hospital, Wilming- 
ton, North Carolina, on March 16, 1938, is announced. 

2. Lieutenant Colonel Kerr was born at Clinton, North 
Carolina, March 24, 1884, and attended the University of Mary- 
land, from which he graduated in medicine with the class of 
1908. He practiced his profession in his native community 
throughout the years of his life and his untiring service to his 
people and his charitable acts in their behalf were outstanding. 
As a citizen, physician, and soldier, his happy and congenial 
disposition, his loyalty to his friends and to the service, won 
for him the love, confidence and esteem of all who knew him. 
Those of his regiment and others of the National Guard who 
came in contact with him recognized his ability as an officer 
and his faithful services to the Government, his native State, 
and to those under his command. Lieutenant Colonel Kerr was 
returning to his home station, Clinton, after having attended 
the Annual Armory Inspection of Company A, 105th Medical 
Regiment, at the time he received the injuries which later 
proved fatal. A true and loyal soldier and a friend has passed 
to the Great Beyond and his death is mourned by soldier and 
civilian. Sincerest sympathy is extended his family by this 
department. 

Record of Service 

Lieutenant Colonel Kerr entered the military service on 
June 30, 1917, as a First Lieutenant, Medical Corps, and was 
assigned to duty with the 2nd North Carolina Infantry, at the 
time stationed at Goldsboro, North Carolina, which regiment, 
upon the organization of the 30th Division for World War 
service, became the 119th Infantry. He served with this regi- 
ment in Federal service throughout its training at Camp Sevier, 
South Carolina, and overseas. He served in the American Ex- 
peditionary Forces from May 11, 1918, to February 2, 1919. 
He was honorably discharged the service upon his return to the 
United States on February 6, 1919. Upon the organization of 
the 105th Medical Regiment, North Carolina National Guard, 
he was appointed Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Corps, February 
1, 1924, and assigned to this regiment as its Executive Officer, 
which position he held at the time of his death. Lieutenant 
Colonel Kerr was a graduate of the Army Medical Field Service 
School, course of 1931. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant Gkneral's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders April 28, 1938. 

No. 15. 

1. With profound sorrow, the death of 

CAPTAIN LESTER LAWRENCE ANDERSON, 
MEDICAL CORPS 

Company I, 105th Medical Regiment, North Carolina National 
Guard, on April 17, 1938, at Stoneville, North Carolina, is an- 
nounced. 

2. Captain Anderson was born at Fork, Davie County, 
North Carolina, where he lived until he entered Wake Forest 
College, North Carolina, from which he graduated in medicine 
with a B.S. Degree in 1925. He is a graduate of Medical Col- 
lege of Virginia, at Richmond, class of 1927. He entered City 
Memorial Hospital, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, as in In- 
terne in 1928, and has followed his profession since 1929 at 
Madison and Stoneville, North Carolina. Captain Anderson, in 
the prime of life, through his congenial and happy manner, had 
drawn to himself a host of good and true friends. He had the 
confidence and respect of those of his profession and the citi- 
zens of his community. He was a faithful, efficient, and ener- 
getic officer of the National Guard and in his death the service 
has lost a capable officer whose comrades will miss his presence. 

Record of Service 

Captain Anderson entered the military service upon his ap- 
pointment as 1st Lieutenant, Medical Corps, on July 14, 1932. 
He was commissioned Captain, July 5, 1934. Originally as- 
signed to duty with 115th Hospital Company (redesignated 
Company I) 105th Medical Regiment, he continued in this duty 
to the time of his death. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



78 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 6, 1938. 

No. 16. 

1. Under authority of the National Guard Bureau, War Department, 
Camps of Instruction for the North Carolina National Guard will be held 
as follows: 

FORT MOULTRIE, S. C. — JULY 3-17, 1938 
25 2nd Coast Artillery. 

DeSOTO NATIONAL FOREST, MISS. — JULY 31-AUG. 14, 1938 

Hq. and Hq. Co., 60th Brigade 

120th Infantry 

105th Medical Regiment 

113th Field Artillery 

105th Engineers 

Hq. and all Sections, 30th Division 

30th Signal Co. 

State Staff and Detachment 

Regtl. and 1st Bn. Hq. and Co. A, 105th QM Regiment 

Hq. 55th Cavalry Brigade. 

Detachment, 252nd Coast Artillery. 

2. At the conclusion of the Camps, organizations will return to their 
proper stations unless sooner relieved by proper authority. 

3. Advance detachments and other details will be based upon Circular 
14 B, National Guard Bureau, Nov. 1, 1937, and in cases where necessary 
commanding officers will be advised of same in letters of instruction upon 
receipt of training authorities from the National Guard Bureau. 

4. Brigade, Regimental, and separate unit commanders will perform 
the usual duties to include the publication of the necessary orders covering 
the conduct of their camps and programs therefor. At the termination of 
camps, commanding officers will submit a report to this office with such 
recommendations and comments as may be deemed advisable and helpful 
for the conduct of subsequent camps. 

5. (a) Schedule of movements to and from camp by rail will be 
furnished all concerned in separate orders. No sleeping car accommo- 
dations are authorized. 

(b) Units and detachments to move by motor will be so advised with 
information as to dates involved. 

(c) Drayage from armory to railroad station and the reverse will be 
paid by the United States Property and Disbursing Officer on Form 1034 
and 1034a W. D., which will be accompanied by receipted bills in duplicate 
from the person or persons rendering the service. Payments will not be 
made to officers commanding units. Such drayage will be accomplished 
for $10.00 or less for each organization to cover hauling both ways from 
armories and in no case will $20.00 be allowed unless it can be shown by 



Report of The Adjutant General 79 

competitive bids that $10.00 was inadequate. Full use will be made of 
organizational vehicular equipment and drayage will be allowed to organi- 
zations only in cases where no wagons or trucks are available to perform 
such services. 

(d) Transportation requests and bills of lading will be furnished by 
the United States Property and Disbursing Officer together with instruc- 
tions covering their use. Officers to whom transportation requests and 
bills of lading are issued will be held strictly accountable for their proper 
use and accomplishment. 

(e) It being impracticable for the Government to furnish rations in 
kind, travel rations enroute to camp will be paid at the rate of not to 
exceed 30c per meal per man prorated between the usual three meals, or 
90c per day. Travel rations on the return trip will be made on the basis 
of 90c per day or 30c per meal where less than a full day is consumed. 
Reimbursement will be made on this basis and receipted bills in duplicate 
must be obtained and attached to vouchers. 

(f) Rations while in camp will be purchased by the Supply Officer, 
252nd Coast Artillery, in accordance with instructions of the United 
States Property and Disbursing Officer. In the Third Army Maneuvers, 
rations will be provided by the Army Quartermaster from time of arrival 
in the concentration area until departure therefrom. Travel and camp 
rations will be standardized for officers and enlisted men and officers will 
have entered on their payrolls proper notations to cover deductions for 
such meals as are provided for them on the basis of ninety cents for travel 
and fifty-two cents (.527) camp or field ration per day. Separate instruc- 
tions will be issued to cover rations of Reserve Officers who may be fur- 
nished meals with National Guard units. 

(g) The United States Property and Disbursing Officer will pay all 
troops prior to their departure from camp, if practicable, and will settle 
all accounts incident to the camps properly payable from Federal funds. 

(h) Any units holding an armory drill on the day of departure for 
camp will designate in company orders the hours for such drill to termi- 
nate prior to departure from home station. Such drills will be considered 
as properly supervised and usual armory drills as prescribed in regula- 
tions, provided, said drill is held on day prior to the opening of camp. 
Units returning to their stations before the last day of the camp will per- 
form such duties as may be prescribed by their respective commanding 
officers. Personnel will not be dismissed until the actual commencement 
of the last day for which the camp is authorized. 

(i) Gasoline and oil for use in motor vehicles will be purchased under 
Procurement Division, Treasury Department, contracts in accordance with 
instructions to be issued by the United States Property and Disbursing 
Officer. 

6. (a) Regulation cotton uniforms, cotton or wool shirt, shoes, wool 
leggins, or boots, and campaign hat or field cap will be worn. 

(b) The usual field equipment will be taken to Fort Moultrie, S. C, by 
the 252nd Coast Artillery and will be as prescribed by the commanding 
officer in appropriate orders. 



80 Report of The Adjutant General 

7. Special Instructions Third Army Maneuver: 
(a) Individual equipment: 

(1) The following will not be taken: 
Cots (except as below) 

Bed sacks 

Gas masks 

Steel helmets 

Foot lockers for enlisted men or officers below field grade 

(except umpires and other officers not assigned for duty 

with combat units.) 
Pistols 

Sabers and scabbards. 
Bayonets and scabbards. 

(2) The following will be taken: 

Cots for field officers and for officers not assigned to duty 
with combat troops, unit umpires, and personnel of 
Medical Regiments and Q.M. Bases. 

One (1) mosquito bar per each officer. 

One (1) single mosquito bar per enlisted man or 1 double 
for each 2 enlisted men. 

Holsters and belts (To be worn during all tactical phases 
of the maneuver). 

Each officer below field grade — 1 bedding roll, 1 clothing 
roll and handbag. 

Each field officer — Same as above and in addition 1 foot 
locker and 1 cot, canvas. 

Not more than two (2) blankets per each man will be 
taken. 

All other equipment not mentioned in this sub-paragraph 
or paragraph 7a (1) above, which has been normally 
taken to regular summer training camps. 

Mess equipment for attached Reserve Officers. 

Enlisted men's packs and barrack bags will be retained by 
the owners individually during the movement to and 
from the concentration areas, whether the movements 
is by rail or motor. 

Each medical detachment will take the individual and 
organizational equipment prescribed in Tables of Basic 
Allowances for its particular unit. For each regiment 
there will be taken a Regimental Headquarters Medical 
equipment, plus one Battalion Medical equipment for 
each Battalion to be present. For each separate Bat- 
talion, or similar unit, there will be taken one Battalion 
Medical Equipment. If Medical equipment outfits are 
not available, dispensary equipment (old pattern) 
should be taken. Small units for which no medical 
personnel is provided will bring from their home sta- 
tions a container packed with first aid supplies, to be 
taken by them into the field. 



Report of The Adjutant General 81 

(b) Organization Equipment: 

(1) All communication equipment. 

Such number of machine guns, 37 mm. guns, and trench 
mortars, as can be manned by the personnel that will 
participate in the maneuvers (spare parts chests to be 
included). 
Two (2) guns per each 155 Howitzer Battery. 
No sub caliber equipment. 

No engineer pontoon or assault bridge equipment. 
Necessary items of Tables of Basic Allowances required 
for sanitation, technical operations, and necessary 
housekeeping in the field (this equipment to be held at 
a minimum). 
Lanterns and coal oil containers. 
Bags, water sterilizing and milk cans. 
One small ice box per mess (to be provided by unit). 
Kitchen fly, field range and cooking equipment per mess. 
Medical supplies that are issued to organizations. 
Cleaning and preserving material. 

Tactical tentage for Medical Regiments and Medical De- 
partment Detachments (except for housing men). 
Other tentage as follows: 

Tents, wall, large complete: 1 per Bn. Hq. 

2 per Regtl. Hq. 
2 per Brig. Hq. 
Tents, wall, small complete: 1 per each field officer, at- 
tached Reserve officer of 
field grade and one (1) 
for each umpire with a 
Regiment or Battalion. 
1 per Regtl. Hq. 

1 per General Officer 

2 per Bn. Hq. 

3 per Brig. Hq. 

1 per Med. Dept. Det. 
Screens, latrine: 1 per unit. 

Tents, pyramidal, complete: 2 per each Battery or 

Company, 2 per Med. Det. 
(for storage of company 
equipment during the ma- 
neuver proper). 
Shelter tents for each officer and attached Reserve 

Officer below field grade. 
All serviceable tentage held by Medical Regiments will 

be taken by them. 
(Note: One umpire will be attached to each Bn. and 
higher Hq. Tentage to be provided by such 
Hq.) 
(c) (1) Articles of the uniform (worn or carried) will not exceed 
the following. 

2 pairs of shoes or boots 



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2 pairs of breeches, cotton 

3 shirts, cotton or woolen 
1 Raincoat 

1 Service hat or field cap 

1 fatigue clothes (suit) 

Leggins, puttees, underclothes, towels, toilet articles as 

desired and within authorized allowances. 
(Clothing of enlisted men over and above that carried 
in packs or worn to be carried in barrack bags.) 
(2) The following will not be taken: 
Neckties 

Blouses (coats, service) 
Caps, service (officers or men) 
Civilian clothes, 
(d) (1) Motor convoys will be conducted by the Regimental or 
Organization commanders concerned. 

(2) Units moving by motor will take field ranges and meals 
will be cooked and served en route to and from the con- 
centration area. Unit Supply Officers will make the 
necessary arrangements in advance for the required 
rations. 

(3) It is not contemplated that units will remain in the con- 
centrated areas for any considerable length of time, and 
that during the maneuver proper, troops will bivouac in 
the field in accordance with tactical dispositions. Only 
temporary facilities will be established in concentration 
areas. 

8. The provisions of N.G.R.-45 will govern as to numerical strength 
and organizations must comply with these and other regulations to be en- 
titled to pay. 

9. No debts or obligations against the State or United States will be 
incurred by any officer, enlisted man, or organization, except such as may 
be specifically authorized from this office. 

10. Commanding Officers of troops attending joint camps are directed 
to comply with all orders and regulations in force at the camp, and will 
issue necessary instructions to put this in effect. 

11. Pay and allowances of officers and warrant officers and pay and 
subsistence of enlisted men will be settled by the United States Property 
and Disbursing Officer. Transportation of personnel, equipment and 
animals will be paid by the Finance Officer, U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 
The expenses are chargeable as follows: 

Pay, Officers NG-4913 2-P-3-0120-A-703-9 

Pay, Warrant Officer NG-49132-P-3-0122-A-703-9 

Pay, Enlisted Men NG-49132-P-3-0123-A-703-9 

Subsistence enlisted men , NG-149132-P-3-0260-A-703-9 

Transportation personnel NG-49500-P-3-0600-A-703-9 

Transportation equipment NG-49500-P-3-0700-A-703-9 

12. Travel directed is necessary in the Military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 83 

State of Nokth Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 8, 1938. 

No. 17 

SCHEDULE OF TRAIN MOVEMENTS, 
SUMMER CAMPS, N. C. NATIONAL GUARD, 1938 

FORT MOULTRIE, SOUTH CAROLINA, JULY 3-17, 1938 
252(1 Coast Artillery 

Will move to and from camp in Government vehicles. 

DeSOTO NATIONAL FOREST, MISSISSIPPI, 
JULY 31-AUGUST 14, 1938 

TRAIN No. 24 

Organization Off. Men Imped. From To 

Co. D. 105th Eng 3 48 800 Lincolnton, N. C Maxie, Miss. 

How. Co. 120th Inf. 4 58 1750 Gastonia, N. C 

State Staff. 1 Ft. Mill, S. C 

Co. K. 118th Inf. 3 60 800 



4 60 800 

Hq.Co.3d.Bn.ll8th Inf. 1 Rock Hill, S. C. 

Co. I. 118th Inf. 3 66 800 



4 66 800 
Co. K. 120th Inf. 3 64 800 Shelby, N. C. 



18 296 4950 



Route Going: Lincolnton, N. C, C. & N. W., Gastonia, So. Ry. Sys., Hat- 
tiesburg and I. C. Sys. 

Route Going: Gastonia, Ft. Mill, Rock Hill, Shelby, So. Ry. Sys., Hatties- 
burg and I. C. Sys. 

Route Returning: Reverse of above. 

Equipment Going: 

1 Baggage Car from Lincolnton. 
1 Baggage Car from Charlotte. 
8 Coaches. 

10 

Going Schedule 

Lv. Lincolnton C.&N.W. Spl. 5:30 AM (ET) July 31, 1938 

Ar. Gastonia " 6:30 AM " 

Lv. Shelby Sou. Spl. 9:00 AM " 

Ar. Blacksburg " 9:30 AM " 



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Lv. Rock Hill 


Sou. 


No. 24 


7:25 AM " 


Lv. Fort Mill 






" 


7:38 AM " 


Ar. Charlotte 






" 


8:15 AM " 


Lv. Charlotte 


S< 


HI. 


Special 


8:30 AM " 


Ar. Gastonia 






" 


9:00 AM " 


Lv. Gastonia 






" 


9:10 AM " 


Ar. Blacksburg 






" 


9:40 AM " 


Lv. Blacksburg 






" 


9:50 AM " 


Ar. Atlanta 






" 


4:00 PM " 


Lv. Atlanta 






" 


3:45 PM (CT) 


Ar. Birmingham 






" 


8:45 PM " 


Lv. Birmingham 






" 


9:15 PM " 


Ar. Hattiesburg 






" 


4:15 AM " Aug. 1st, 1938 


Lv. Hattiesburg 


I. 


C 


Special 


4:45 AM " 


Ar. Maxie 






" 


5:45 AM " 



Equipment Returning: 

1 Baggage Car to Lincolnton. 

1 Baggage Car to Rock Hill. 

2 Coaches to Lincolnton. 
6 Coaches to Charlotte. 



10 



Return Schedule 



Lv. Maxie 


I. C. Special 


5:00 AM (CT) 


Aug. 12, 1938 


Ar. Hattiesburg 


" 


6:00 AM " 


" 


Lv. Hattiesburg 


So. Ry. Special 


6:20 AM " 


" 


Ar. Birmingham 


" 


1:50 PM " 


" 


Lv. Birmingham 


" 


2:20 PM " 


" 


Ar. Atlanta 


" 


7:20 PM " 


" 


Lv. Atlanta 


" 


8:40 PM (ET) 


" 


Ar. Blacksburg 


" 


2:50 AM " 


Aug. 13, 1938 


Lv. Blacksburg 


So. Ry. No. 36 


10:40 AM " 


" 


Ar. Shelby 


" 


11:15 AM " 


" 


Lv. Blacksburg 


So. Ry. Special 


3:00 AM " 


" 


Ar. Gastonia 


" 


3:30 AM " 


" 


Lv. Gastonia 


C. & N. W. Spl. 


4:00 AM " 


" 


Ar. Lincolnton 


" 


5:00 AM " 


" 


Lv. Blacksburg 


So. Ry. Special 


3:00 AM " 


" 


Ar. Charlotte 


" 


4:00 PM " 


" 


Lv. Charlotte 


So. Ry. No. 31 


5:05 AM " 


" 


Ar. Ft. Mill 


" 


5:36 AM " 


" 


Ar. Rock Hill 


)> 


5:55 AM " 


>> 



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85 



Organization 



TRAIN No. 

Of. Men Imped. 



27 

From 



Co. G. 120th Inf. 3 64 

Hq.Co.3d Bn.l20th Inf. 3 24 

Hq.Co.2d Bn.l20th Inf. 3 27 

Co. C. 105th Eng 3 64 

Co. E. 120th Inf. 3 63 

Co. F. 105th Eng.„. 3 53 

Hq. 30th Div 1 4( 

Co. F. 120th Inf. 4 51( 

Hq. & Serv. Co. 105th ( 

Eng 4 25( 

Med. Det. 105th Eng 2 20(5185 



800 Winston-Salem, N. C. 

870 Asheboro, N. C 

870 Albemarle, N. C 

800 Salisbury, N. C 

800 Concord, N. C 

800 Statesville, N. C 

Charlotte, N. C 



To 
Brooklyn 



11 100 5185 
30 395 10125 
Route Going: Winston-Salem, Salisbury, Concord, Statesville, Charlotte, 

N. C, So. Ry. Sys., Hattiesburg and I. C. Sys. 
Route Going: Asheboro, N. C, H. P. R. A. & S., High Point, So. Ry. 

Sys., Hattiesburg and I. C. Sys. 
Route Going: Albemarle, N. C, Yad. R. R., Salisbury, So. Ry. Sys., Hat- 
tiesburg and I. C. Sys. 
Route Returning: Reverse of the above. 
Equipment Going: 

1 Baggage Car from Winston-Salem. 

1 Baggage Car from Asheboro. 

1 Baggage Car from Albemarle. 

9 Coaches from points of origin. 

1 Coach Salisbury for Statesville. 



13 



Going Schedule 



Lv. Winston-Salem 
Ar. Charlotte 


So. Ry. Sys. No. 


1 


8:50 AM (ET) 
11:35 AM " 


July 31, 


1938 


Lv. Asheboro 
Ar. High Point 


H.P.R.A.&S.Spl. 




5:00 AM " 
6:15 AM " 


» 




Lv. High Point 


So. Ry. Sys. No. 


y> 


6:28 AM " 


" 




Lv. Albemarle 
Ar. Salisbury 


Yadkin Special 




8:30 AM " 
9:30 AM " 


» 




Lv. Statesville 
Ar. Salisbury 


So. Ry. Sys. No. 


36 


8:55 AM " 
9:40 AM " 


» 




Lv. Salisbury 
Lv. Concord 
Lv. Charlotte 
Ar. Atlanta 


So. Ry. Sys. Spl. 




10:00 AM " 
10:30 AM " 
11:45 AM " 
6:10 PM (ET) 


» 




Ar. Atlanta 
Lv. Atlanta 
Ar. Birmingham 
Lv. Birmingham 
Ar. Hattiesburg 


" 




5:10 PM (CT) 

5:30 PM " 

10:30 PM " 

11:00 PM " 

6:00 AM " 


Aug. 1st, 


1938 


Lv. Hattiesburg 
Ar. Brooklyn 


111. Cent. Special 




6:30 AM " 
7:15 AM " 


» 





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Equipment Returning: 

1 Baggage Car to Winston-Salem. 
1 Baggage Car to Asheboro. 
1 Baggage Car to Albemarle. 
10 Coaches. 



13 



Return Schedule 



Lv. Brooklyn 


I. C. Special 


11:55 AM 


(CT) 


Aug. 13, 1938 


Ar. Hattiesburg 


" 


12:40 PM 


" 




Lv. Hattiesburg 


So. Ry. Special 


1:00 PM 


" 




Ar. Birmingham 


" 


8:30 PM 


" 




Lv. Birmingham 


j» 


9:00 PM 


" 




Ar. Atlanta 


»J 


2:00 AM 


" 


Aug. 14, 1938 


Lv. Atlanta 


" 


3:30 AM 


(ET) 




Ar. Charlotte 


>» 


11:50 AM 


" 




Ar. Concord 


»» 


12:20 PM 


" 




Ar. Salisbury 


" 


1:20 PM 


" 




Lv. Salisbury 


So. Ry. No. 21 


2:05 PM 


" 




Ar. Statesville 


" 


3:06 PM 


" 




Lv. Salisbury 


Yadkin Special 


1:30 PM 


" 




Ar. Albemarle 


" 


2:30 PM 


" ■ 




Lv. Salisbury 


So. Ry. No. 34 


4:55 PM 


" 




Ar. High Point 


" 


5:47 PM 


" 




Lv. High Point 


H.P.R.A.&S. Spl. 


5:50 PM 


" 


" 


Ar. Asheboro 


" 


7:00 PM 


" 


" 


Lv. Charlotte 


So. Ry. No. 22 


1:10 PM 


" 


" 


Ar. Winston-Salem 


" 


4:30 PM 


" 


" 



TRAIN No. 28 

Organization Off. Men Imped. From 

State Staff. 4 1750 Raleigh, N. C. 

Hq. 120th Inf. 3 

Serv Co. 120th Inf. 1 25 

Hq. 105th Eng 3 



To 
.Maxie, Miss. 



11 25 1750 

Hq. 105th Med. Reg.._... 5 

Serv.Co.l05th Med.Reg. 2 25 ... 
Co. C. 120th Inf. 3 60 2800 



Henderson, N. C 



10 85 2800 



Hq.Co.lst Bn.l20th Inf. 3 26 

Co. B. 120th Inf. 3 61 

Hq.Co.3d Bn.ll8th Inf. 2 20 

178th Field Art 1 5 



870 Oxford, N. C 

800 Norlina or Warren Plains 

for Warrenton 

1000 Chester, S. C.._ 

800 Laurens, S. C 



30 222 8020 



Report of The Adjutant General 



87 



Route Going: All points except Laurens, S. A. L. Ry., Birmingham, So. Ry. 
Sys., Hattiesburg, I. C. Sys. 

Route Going: Laurens, C. N. & L. R. R., Clinton, S. A. L., Birmingham, 
So. Ry. Sys., Hattiesburg, I. C. Sys. 

Route Returning: Reverse of above. 

Equipment Going: 

1 Baggage Car. 
6 Coaches. 



Lv. Warren Plains 
Lv. Norlina 
Ar. Henderson 



Lv. Oxford 
Ar. Henderson 



Lv. Henderson 
Lv. Raleigh 
Lv. Chester 



Lv. Laurens 
Ar. Clinton 



Lv. Clinton 
Lv. Howells 
Ar. Birmingham 
Lv. Birmingham 
Ar. Hattiesburg 



Lv. Hattiesburg 
Ar. Maxie 



Going Schedule 

S. A. L. Special 6:25 AM (ET) July 31, 1938 

6:30 AM " 
6:50 AM " 



7:40 AM 
8:25 AM 



8:30 AM 
9:40 AM 
2:00 PM 



C. N. & L. No. 13 



2:00 PM 
2:38 PM 



S. A. L. Special 



3:05 PM " 
6:45 PM (CT) 
10:45 PM " 



Sou. Special 



11:30 PM 
6:30 AM 



I. C. Special 



7:00 AM 
8:00 AM 



Aug. 1st, 1938 



Equipment Returning: 

1 Baggage Car Maxie to Oxford via Norlina. 

1 Coach Maxie to Oxford. 

Chester and Laurens use. Oxford Coach. 

2 Coaches Maxie to Norlina or Warren Plains. 
2 Coaches Maxie to Henderson. 

1 Coach Maxie to Raleigh. 

1 A. C. L. Coach Brooklyn to Edenton— Baggage and Imped, to be 

handled in Oxford baggage car to Raleigh, thence regular 

8 equipment N. S. No. 2. 



Return Schedule 



Lv. Maxie 
Ar. Hattiesburg 
Lv. Hattiesburg 
Ar. Birmingham 
Lv. Birmingham 
Ar. Clinton 



I. C. Special 
So. Ry. Special 
S. A. L. Special 



5:00 AM (CT) 
6:00 AM " 
6:15 AM " 
1 :45 PM " 
2:30 PM " 
12:10 AM (ET) 



Aug. 12, 1938 



Aug. 13, 1938 



88 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Lv. Clinton 
Ar. Laurens 



C. N. & L. No. 12 



5:48 AM 
6.10 AM 



Ar. Chester 
Ar. Raleigh 
Ar. Henderson 
Lv. Henderson 



S. A. L. Special 



1:15 AM 
5:35 AM 
6:45 AM 
6:50 AM 



Ar. Norlina 

Ar. Warren Plains 



7:10 AM 
7:15 AM 



Lv. Henderson 
Ar. Oxford 



7:45 AM 
8:30 AM 



Lv. Raleigh 
Ar. Edenton 



N. S. No. 2 



7:30 AM 
2:03 PM 



Note: Edenton Co. (2 officers, 32 men, 800 lbs. impedimenta) to be handled 
on going trip to Brooklyn via Wilson and A. C. L. Special — See going schedule 
of Train No. 42. 



Organization 

Co. B. 105th Eng 3 

Co. H. 120th Inf. 3 

Hq. 30th Div 1 

Hq.2nd Bat.lOSth Eng... 2 

Co. E. 105th Eng 4 



TRAIN No. 34 

Off. Men Imped. From 



64 800 Morganton, N. C... 
56 1750 Waynesville, N. C. 

2 Canton, N. C 

Asheville, N. C 

50 800 



To 
Brooklyn 



6 50 800 



13 172 3350 

Route Going: So. Ry. Sys., Hattiesburg and I. C. Sys. 

Route Returning: Reverse of above. 

Equipment Going: . 

1 Baggage Car from Waynesville. 
4 Coaches. 
1 Coach added at Knoxville. 



Lv. Waynesville 



Going Schedule 

So. Ry. Sys. No. 18 12:20 PM (CT) 



July 31, 1938 



Lv. Canton 
Ar. Asheville 


12:44 PM " 
2:30 PM (ET) 


Lv. Morganton 
Ar. Asheville 


So. Ry. Sys. No. 11 12:32 PM (ET) 
2:45 PM " 


Lv. Asheville 
Ar. Knoxville 


So. Ry. Sys. No. 11 3:00 PM " 
5:55 PM (CT) 



Report of The Adjutant General 



89 



Lv. Knoxville 


So. 


Ry. Sys. Spl. 


6:10 PM 


' " 


Ar. Chattanooga 




" 




9:00 PM 


' " 


Lv. Chattanooga 




" 




9:30 PM 


> » 


Ar. Birmingham 




j» 




1:30 AM 


' Aug. 1, 1938 


Lv. Birmingham 




>» 




2:00 AM 


' " 


Ar. Hattiesburg 




" 




9:00 AM 


> >» 


Lv. Hattiesburg 


111. 


Cent. 


Special 


9:30 AM 


, » 


Ar. Brooklyn 




" 




10:15 AM 


' " 



Equipment Returning: 

1 Baggage Car to Waynesville. 
1 Baggage Car to Morganton. 
1 Coach to Waynesville. 
1 Coach to Morganton. 
3 Coaches to Asheville. 



Return Schedule 



Lv. Brooklyn 


I. ( 


2. Special 




7:00 AM (CT) 


Aug. 


13, 1938 


Ar. Hattiesburg 




" 




7:45 AM " 




" 


Lv. Hattiesburg 


So 


Ry. Sys. 


Spl. 


8:00 AM " 




" 


Ar. Birmingham 




" 




3:30 PM " 




" 


Lv. Birmingham 




" 




4:00 PM " 




" 


Ar. Chattanooga 




>> 




8:15 PM " 




" 


Lv. Chattanooga 




>> 




8:45 PM " 




" 


Ar. Knoxville 




!> 




11:30 PM " 




" 


Lv. Knoxville 




>> 




11:45 PM " 




" 


Ar. Asheville 




" 




3:30 AM (ET) 


Aug. 


14. 1938 


Lv. Asheville 


So. 


Ry. No. 


36 


5:30 AM " 




" 


Ar. Morganton 




" 




7:22 AM " 




" 


Lv. Asheville 


So 


Ry. No. 


17 


8:25 AM (CT) 




" 


Ar. Canton 




JJ 




9:10 AM " 




» 


Ar. Waynesville 




1> 




9:33 AM " 




" 



TRAIN No. 40 



Organization Off. Men Imped. From 

Hq. Co. 30rh Div 2 2 1750 Durham, N. C. 

Co. D. 120th Inf. 4 59 



Co. A. 120th Inf. 4 

Hq. 60th Brig 1 

Med. Det. 120th Inf. 5 



61 1750 

64 800 Burlington, N. C. 

Graham, N. C 

30 800 



To 
Maxie, Miss. 



Hq. Co. 120th Inf 2 

Hq. Co. 60th Brig 1 

Co. I. 105th Med. Reg... 5 

Hq. 2d Bn. " 2 



30 800 

52 1155 Reidsville, N. C. 
36 1520 Leaksville, N. C. 
49 Madison, N. C... 
3050 



Co. A. 105th Eng 3 



49 3050 

61 800 N. Wilkesboro, N. C. 



29 353 9880 



90 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Route Going: Durham, Burlington, Graham, Reidsville, N. Wilkesboro, 

N. C, So. Ry. Sys., Hattiesburg, I. C. Sys. 
Route Going: Leaksville, N. C, D. & W., Danville, So. Ry. Sys., Hatties- 
burg and I. C. Sys. 
Route Going: Madison, N. C, N. & W., Winston-Salem, So. Ry. Sys., 

Hattiesburg and I. C. Sys. 
Route Returning from McLaurin: Reverse of above. 
Equipment Going: 

1 Baggage Car from N. Wilkesboro. 
1 Baggage Car from Durham. 
1 Baggage Car from Danville. 
10 Coaches. 



13 

Lv. Leaksville 
Ar. Danville 


Going Schedule 

D. & W. No. 4 3:35 PM (ET) July 31, 1938 
5:00 PM " 


Lv. Danville 
Lv. Reidsville 


So. Ry. Sys. Spl. 




5:15 PM " 
6:00 PM " 


Lv. Madison 

Ar. Winston-Salem 


N. & W. No. 21 




1 :08 PM " 
2:05 PM " 


Lv. Winston-Salem 
Ar. Greensboro 


So. Ry. Sys. No. 


22 


5:00 PM " 
5:45 PM " 


Lv. Durham 
Lv. Graham 
Lv. Burlington 
Ar. Greensboro 


So. Ry. Sys. No. 


17 


4:00 PM " 
4:53 PM " 
5:02 PM " 
5:40 PM " 


Lv. North Wilkesboro 
Ar. Greensboro 


So. Ry. Sys. #14-22 


2:15 PM " 
5:45 PM " 


Lv. Greensboro 
Ar. Atlanta 
Ar. Atlanta 


So. Ry. Sys. Spl. 




7:00 PM " 

4:30 AM " Aug. 1, 1938 

3:30 AM (CT) 


Lv. Atlanta 
Ar. Birmingham 
Lv. Birmingham 
Ar. Hattiesburg 


u 




3:45 AM " 
8:45 AM " 
9:15 AM " 
4:15 PM " 


Lv. Hattiesburg 
Ar. Maxie 


111. Cent. Special 

>> 




4:45 PM " 
5:45 PM " 



Equipment Returning: 

1 Baggage Car to North Wilkesboro. 
1 Baggage Car to Durham. 
1 Baggage Car to Danville. 
1 Coach to Leaksville. 

1 Coach to Madison. 

4 Coaches to Durham. 

2 Coaches to N. Wilkesboro. 
2 Coaches to Greensboro. 



13 



Report of The Adjutant General 



91 



Return Schedule 



Lv. McLaurin 


I. C. Special 


5:00 AM (CT) 


Aug. 13, 1938 


Ar. Hattiesburg 


" 


5:45 AM " 




Lv. Hattiesburg 


So. Ry. Special 


6:00 AM " 




Ar. Birmingham 


>> 


2:00 PM " 




Lv. Birmingham 


>> 


2:30 PM " 




Ar. Atlanta 


" 


7:15 PM " 




Lv. Atlanta 


>> 


8:45 PM (ET) 




Ar. Greensboro 


" 


6:15 AM " 


Aug. 14, 1938 


Lv. Greensboro 


So. Ry. No. 1 


6:57 AM " 




Ar. Winston-Salem 


" 


7:37 AM " 




Lv. Winston-Salem 


So. Ry. No. 13 


8:00 AM " 




Ar. North Wilkesboro 


" 


10:30 AM " 




Lv. Winston-Salem 


N. & W. No. 34 


7:45 AM " 




Ar. Madison 


" 


8:50 AM " 




Lv. Greensboro 


So. Ry. No. 136 


7:33 AM " 




Ar. Reidsville 


" 


8:07 AM " 




Ar. Danville 


>> 


8:41 AM " 




Lv. Danville 


D. & W. Ry. Spl. 


8:50 AM " 




Ar. Leaksville 


" 


10:10 AM " 




Lv. Greensboro 


So. Ry. No. 16 


11:30 AM " 




Ar. Burlington 


JJ 


12:08 PM " 




Ar. Graham 
Ar. Durham 


» 


12:13 PM " 
1:10 PM " 





Organization Off. 

Co. F. 105th Med. Reg. 2 

Co. M. 120th Inf. 5 

Co. L. 120th Inf. 3 

Co. I. 120th Inf. 3 

Co. A. 105th Med Reg... 2 

5 
Hq.30th Div.ll8th Inf... 1 
Co. L. 118th Inf. 3 

4 
Hq.Co.lst Bn.ll8th Inf. 2 

State Staff. 1 

Co. D. 118th Inf. _£ 

4 

Hq. 55th F. A. Brig 1 

Hq. 30th Div 1 

State Staff 2 

Hq. 59th Brig..„ 2 

Hq. 118th Inf..__ 1 

Hq. Co. 118th Inf. _2 

9 
Co. H. 118th Inf. 3 



TRAIN No. 42 

Men Imped. From To 

32 800 Edenton, N. C Brooklyn 

66 1750 Wilson, N. C 

64 800 Parkton, N. C 

63 1600 Wilmington, N. C 

57 Wilmington, N. C 



120 1600 



Hartsville, S. C. 



55 800 



55 800 

17 1000 Timmonsville, S. C 

Orangeburg, S. G... 

59 1000 Orangeburg, S. C... 



59 1000 
( Columbia, S. C. 



K 

2(2000 

( 

( 

57( 



60(2000 

59 1000 Columbia, S. C 

(For New Brooklyn) 



37 532 10750 



92 



Report of The Adjutant General 



Route Going: Edenton, N. C, N. S., Wilson, A. C. L., Augusta, Ga. R. R., 
Atlanta, So. Ry. Sys., Hattiesburg and I. C. Sys. 

Route Going: Wilson, Parkton, N. C, Hartsville, S. C, Wilmington, N. C 
Timmonsville, Orangeburg, S. C, A. C. L., Augusta, Ga. R. R.' 
Atlanta, So. Ry. Sys., Hattiesburg and I. C. Sys. 

Route Going: Columbia, S. C., So. Ry., Augusta, Ga. R. R., Atlanta, So" 
Ry. Sys., Hattiesburg and I. C. Sys. 

Route Returning: Reverse of above, except Edenton unit will return 
S. A. L. Special — See train No. 28. 

Equipment Going and Returning: 

Edenton regular train Baggage Car to Wilson. 
1 Baggage Car from Wilson. 
1 Baggage Car from Wilmington. 
1 C-B Car from Hartsville. 
1 Baggage Car Columbia to Augusta 
(a)-4 Coaches from Wilson. 

3 Coaches from Wilmington. 

1 Coach from Hartsville. 

2 Coaches from Florence. 

3 Coaches from Columbia. 

17 

(a)-One of these Coaches to be returned on S. A. L. Special Train No. 28 to 
protect Edenton unit returning via that route. 

Going Schedule 



Lv. Edenton 


N. S. 


No. 1 


12:12 PM (ET) 


July 31, 1938 


Ar. Wilson 




" 


4:27 PM " 


" 


Lv. Wilson 


A. C. 


L. Special 


5:00 PM " 


" 


Ar. Parkton 




" 


6:47 PM " 


" 


Lv. Parkton 




" 


7:05 PM " 


" 


Ar. Florence 




" 


8:20 PM " 


" 


Lv. Wilmington 


A. C. 


L. No. 55 


4:35 PM " 


" 


Ar. Florence 




" 


8:05 PM " 


" 


Lv. Hartsville 


A. C. 


L. No. 25 


6:05 PM " 


" 


Ar. Florence 


A. C. 


L. No. 63 


7:15 PM " 


" 


Lv. Florence 


A. C. 


L. Special 


8:45 PM " 


" 


Ar. Timmonsville 




" 


9:05 PM " 


" 


Lv. Timmonsville 




" 


9:25 PM " 


" 


Ar. Orangeburg 




j» ■ 


11:10 PM " 


" 


Lv. Orangeburg 




»» 


11:25 PM " 


" 


Ar. Augusta 




" 


1:30 AM " 


Aug. 1, 1938 


Lv. Columbia 


So. Ry. Special 


10:00 PM " 


July 31, 1938 


Ar. Augusta 




" 


1:00 AM " 


Aug. 1, 1938 


Lv. Augusta 


Ga. B 


. R. Special 


1:40 AM " 


Aug. 1, 1938 


Ar. Atlanta 




" 


5:55 AM (CT) 


" 



Report of The Adjutant General 



93 



Lv. Atlanta 
Ar. Hattiesburg 



Sou. Ry. Special 



7:15 AM 
7:30 PM 



Lv. Hattiesburg 
Ar. Brooklyn 



I. C. Special 



8:00 PM 
8:45 PM 



Return Schedule 



Lv. Brooklyn 


i.e. 


Special 


5:30 AM (CT) Aug. 12, 1938 


Ar. Hattiesburg 




" 


6:15 AM " 


Lv. Hattiesburg 


So. Ry. Special 


6:30 AM " 


Ar. Birmingham 




" 


2:00 PM " 


Lv. Birmingham 




>» 


2:30 PM " 


Ar. Atlanta 




" 


7:30 PM " 


Lv. Atlanta 


Ga. R. R. Special 


9:30 PM (ET) 


Ar. Augusta 




" 


2:45 AM " Aug. 13, 1938 


Lv. Augusta 


So. Ry. Special 


3:00 AM " 


Ar. Columbia 




" 


5:45 AM " 


Lv. Augusta 


A. C. 


L. Special 


2:55 AM " 


Ar. Orangeburg 




" 


5:00 AM " 


Lv. Orangeburg 




" 


5:15 AM " 


Ar. Timmonsville 




" 


7:00 AM " 


Lv. Timmonsville 




" 


7:20 AM " 


Ar. Florence 




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7:40 AM " 


Lv. Florence 


A. C. 


L. No. 62 


7:55 AM " 


Ar. Hartsville 


A. C. 


L. No. 24 


8:55 AM " 


Lv. Florence 


A. C. 


L. No. 54 


8:00 AM " 


Ar. Wilmington 




" 


11:20 AM " 


Lv. Florence 


A. C. 


L. Special 


8:05 AM " 


Ar. Parkton 




" 


9:20 AM " 


Lv. Parkton 




" 


9:40 AM " 


Ar. Wilson 




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11:30 AM " 



Note: Edenton Co. (2 officers, 32 men, 800 lbs. impedimenta) will return 
from Brooklyn on S. A. L. Special via Raleigh — See return schedule Train 
No. 28. 



1. The following will move to and from DeSoto National Forest in 
Government vehicles with date of departure, July 28, 1938: 
113th Field Artillery. 

Detachment 252d Coast Artillery (1 officer, 48 E. M.), 
30th Signal Company, 

Regimental and Battalion Staff, 105th Q. M. Regiment, 
Company A, 10 5th Q. M. Regiment, 

Detachment Service Company, 120th Infantry (Inc. S.O. 120th Inf.), 
Detachment Headquarters and Service Co., 10 5th Engineers, 
Detachment Headquarters Company, 60th Brigade, 
Detachment Service Company, 10 5th Medical Regiment, 
Detachment Company I, 10 5th Medical Regiment, 
Detachment Company F, 105th Medical Regiment, 
State Detachment. 



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2. The above organizations will return to their home stations not later 
than August 14, 1938, and date of departure will be when relieved by 
proper authority. No sleeping car accommodations have been authorized. 
The number of officers and men shown is based upon prior camp attendance 
and, obviously, the actual number to travel may be more or less. 

3. The senior officer present on each train and in each motor convoy 
will be in command and will be responsible for the conduct of the troops 
to and from camps. Guards will be kept on doors and the men prevented 
from leaving the coaches except when so ordered by proper authority. 
Special attention will be paid to transportation equipment and responsible 
officers will take the necessary steps to prevent any damages thereto. 

4. All troops arriving at camps will be met by guides and taken to 
their areas. Commanding Officers of units moving by rail or motor are 
cautioned to exercise proper authority over their personnel and to take 
precautions, particularly, from a standpoint of safety. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 28, 1938. 

No. 18 

1. General Orders No. 1, The Adjutant General's Department, January 
3, 1927, are hereby revoked, and the charge of desertion of Private 
Carter S. Williams, formerly of Battery E, 117th Field Artillery, Green- 
ville, N. C, is set aside. 

2. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations of the National Guard for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



GENERAL ORDERS— 1939 



State of North Carolina 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

General Orders January 16, 1939. 

No. 1. 

1. The 1939 Annual Armory Inspection of the North Carolina National 
Guard, in accordance with the provisions of Section 93, National Defense 
Act, as amended, and letter NG 333, 45-Gen-39, Hq 4th CA, December 7, 
1938 will be conducted, as provided in Section II, NGR 48, January 18, 
1934, by officers of the Regular Army detailed by the Commanding Gen- 
eral, Fourth Corps Area. The itinerary and the names of the Inspecting 
Officers are given in paragraph 10 of this order. Time of arrival of In- 
specting Officers will be transmitted to organizations as soon as practicable. 
Upon their arrival, unit commanders will report by phone or in person. 

2. The inspection will be made a formal occasion. The primary ob- 
jects of the inspection are enumerated in paragraphs 8, NGR 48. The 
inspection of the training of the unit or headquarters will be confined to 
objectives prescribed in the program of the next higher commander, and 
which should have been scheduled previous to the inspection, and in addi- 
tion, such other training as the unit or headquarters commander may have 
scheduled previous to the inspection. Unit and headquarters commanders 
should be prepared to demonstrate the state of training achieved in 
scheduled subjects by presenting for the inspector a previously planned 
and rehearsed schedule, after or during which the inspector may ask to see 
such phases of the schedule repeated, or such other training as has been 
laid down under schedules of the unit, as he may desire. The inspector 
will base his report on these subjects and no other. The planned demon- 
stration of the training of the unit as a whole, including the repetition of 
certain phases of training, or other training covered in schedule, as the 
inspector may desire to see, should not exceed the normal drill time. 

3. Attendance at inspection is compulsory. A report of all absentees 
from inspection by reason of unavoidable causes, such as sickness, etc., 
will be rendered to the Inspecting Officer. Absentees without leave of 
absence or on furlough will be dealt with in accordance with the law. 
Officers and enlisted men temporarily absent from their home stations at 
the muster and inspection of their organizations may be attached, for 
inspection, to any other organization, provided necessary arrangements 
are made with The Adjutant General by the immediate commanding officers 
and notice given the Inspector to whom they are to report. 

4. The inspection of personnel will be made beginning at 8:00 P. M., 
on the date named herein. Field and Staff Officers whose station is that of 
their respective headquarters will report for inspection with the head- 
quarters personnel. Hours of inspection may fc-e changed after consul- 
tation between the Inspecting Officer and the unit commander. The or- 
ganization commander, caretaker, and supply sergeant to be present at the 



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armory at such time in the afternoon as the Inspecting Officer may desig- 
nate and all individual lockers opened and the field range set up. The 
first sergeant and company clerk to be present at the armory at the desig- 
nated time in the afternoon for administrative inspection. 

5. All property, arms, clothing, and equipment, will be thoroughly 
cleaned and put in good condition. Sealed boxes or cases need not be 
opened. Property in supply rooms and in individual lockers will be neatly 
and carefully arranged, that the Inspecting Officer may see its general 
condition and may count and check it easily and without loss of time. 
Items mentioned on spot inventory will be arranged as requested by the 
Inspecting Officer. 

6. All records required by National Guard Regulations, or other War 
Department authority, will be fully written up and accessible. The files of 
retained enlistment and physical examination papers of enlisted men for 
the entire personnel at the time of the inspection must be conveniently 
arranged in case information of this nature is desired. 

7. The service uniform, woolen (without packs), will be worn, in- 
cluding cap, regulation shoes and leggins (or boots). The olive drab 
service shirt will be worn under the coat. Officers will be uniformed the 
same as troops of their command with saber. Every effort will be made to 
have personal equipment complete, thoroughly renovated and properly 
cleaned in order that each may present a neat appearance. 

8. Inspecting Officers are requested to inspect Motor Vehicle Service 
Record Books of those units having motor vehicles. (QMC Form 248). 

9. Unit commanders will be ready to state what steps they have taken 
to carry out the 1939 Major Effort; Field and Staff Officers what they are 
doing (AEC work) to qualify for armory drill pay; and applicable officers 
what steps they have taken to overcome their deficiencies, noted in 1938 
Armory and Field Inspection Reports. 

10. Inspecting Officers and Dates for Inspections. 

Major Paul W. Rutledge, C. A. C, Columbia, S. C. 
252nd Coast Artillery 

13 — Battery F, C. A. Raeford 

14— Hq. B & CT 1st Bn., C. A. Raeford 

Lt. Col. Robert B. Lewis, Ex. 0. 
Major Robert A. Matheson, Jr., MC. 
Captain Julian H. Blue, Adj. 1st Bn. C.A. 

15 — Battery B, C. A. Lumberton 

16 — Service Battery, C. A. (less Band Sec.) Whiteville 

17 — Headquarters Battery, C. A. Wilmington 

Band Section, Service Battery, C. A. Wilmington 

1st Lt. Roger McK. Page, Jr., P&TO, 3rd Bn. C.A. 

Sat Feb 18 — Regtl Hq: Hq. 1st Bn: Hq. 3rd Bn., C. A. Wilmington 

1st Lt. William A. Latta, Chaplain 
1st Lt. William C. Mebane, Jr., MC. 
1st Lt. Paul J. Dishner, Int.O., C. A. 

Mon Feb 20 — Battery A, C. A. Wilmington 

Tue Feb 21 — Battery D, C. A. Greensboro 

Headquarters 2nd Bn., C. A. Greensboro 

Wed Feb 22— Hq. B & CT 2nd Bn., C. A. Greensboro 



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Thu Feb 23 — Battery C, C. A. Greensboro 

Fri Feb 24 — Battery E, C. A. High Point 

Sat Feb 25— Hq. B & CT 3rd Bn., C. A. High Point 

Major Charles M. Thirlkeld, F. A., Columbia, S. C. 

113th Field Artillery 

Mon Feb 27 — Headquarters 1st Bn., F. A. Monroe 

Headquarters 3rd Bn., F. A. Monroe 

Major Wesley C. Thompson, CO, 1st Bn., F.A. 

Battery F, F. A. Monroe 

Tue Feb 28— Hq. B & CT 3rd Bn., F. A. Lenoir 

Wed Mch 1— Battery E, F. A. Sanford 

Major Eugene Alexander, Chaplain, 105th Engrs. 

Thu Mch 2 — Headquarters Battery, F. A. Dunn 

Fri Mch 3— Hq. B & CT 2nd Bn., F. A. Smithfield 

Captain Win. A. Royall, Adj. 2nd Bn., F. A. 
Sat Mch 4 — Battery B, F. A. Louisburg 

1st Lt. Charles P. Green, P&TO, 1st Bn., F. A. 

Mon Mch 6 — Regimental Headquarters, F. A. , Raleigh 

Lt. Col. Joseph B. Thorp, Ex.O. 

Captain Joe B. Linker, Adj. Regt. Hq. 

Captain Frederick C. Shepard, Adj. 1st Bn., F. A. 

Tue Mch 7 — Hq. B & CT 1st Bn., F. A. Youngsville 

Wed Mch 8 — Battery A, F. A. Greenville 

1st Lt. Samuel B. Howard, Int.O., 3rd Bn., F.A. 
1st Lt. Robert A. Eason, Ln.O., 1st Bn., F.A. 

Thu Mch 9 — Battery C, F. A. Washington 

Fri Mch 10 — Headquarters 2nd Bn., F. A. New Bern 

Battery D, F. A. New Bern 

Sat Mch 11 — Service Battery, F. A. Kinston 

Major Jasper M. Groves, INF., Rock Hill, S. C. 

120th Infantry 

Thu Mch 16 — Company I, Inf. Wilmington 

Captain Charles R. Blomme, ADC. 30th Div. 

Fri Mch 17 — Company L, Inf. Parkton 

Sat Mch 18 — Company M, Inf. Wilson 

1st Lt. Joshua E. Paschall, Adj. 1st Bn., 105th QM. 
Mon Mch 20 — Company B, Inf. Warrenton 

Headquarters 1st Bn., Inf. Warrenton 

Tue Mch 21 — Headquarters Company, 1st Bn., Inf. Oxford 

Wed Mch 22 — Company C, Inf. Henderson 

Headquarters 1st Bn., 105th QM. Henderson 

Major James C. Cooper, P&TO., Inf. 

Captain Sidney E. Jennette, Adj. Regt. Hq. Engrs. 

Thu Mch 23 — Regimental Headquarters, Inf. Raleigh 

State Staff Corps & Departments Raleigh 

Quartermaster Detachment Raleigh 

Major Arthur L. Fletcher, JAGD., SS. 
Major James C. Dempsey, Insp. Genl., SS. 

Fri Mch 24 — Service Company, Inf. Raleigh 

Captain Kenneth A. Kirby, Adj. 60th Brig. 
Captain Charles F. Williams, MC. 
Captain Harold W. Glascock, Jr., MC. 



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Sat Mch 25— Hq. & Hq. Det. (Insp. Sec.) 30th Div. Durham 

Company D, Inf. Durham 

Captain James B. Cole, P&TO., 105th QM. 
Headquarters 1st Bn., Engrs. (Maj. P. P. Phillips) Durham 

Mon Mch 27 — Headquarters 60th Brigade Graham 

Lt. Col. Wm. V. Copeland, Ex.O., Inf. 

1st Lt. Charles B. Aycock, ABC. 60th Brig. 

Company A, Inf. Burlington 

Tue Mch 28 — Company G, Inf. Winston-Salem 

Captain Frank D. Dean, Chaplain 

Wed Mch 29 — Company A, 10 5th QM. Regt. Winston-Salem 

Thu Mch 30 — Headquarters Company, Inf. Reidsville 

Fri Mch 31 — Headquarters Company, 60th Brigade Leaksville 

Sat Apr 1 — Headquarters Company, 3rd Bn., Inf. Asheboro 

Captain James G. Crutchfield, DC. 

Mon Apr 3 — Headquarters Company, 2nd Bn., Inf. Albemarle 

Tue Apr 4 — Company E, Inf. Concord 

Wed Apr 5 — Company F, Inf. Charlotte 

Hq. & Hq. Det. (Finance Sec.) 30th Div. Charlotte 

Major Paul R. Younts, Ex.O. 60th Brig. 
Thu Apr 6 — Headquarters 2nd Bn., Inf. Gastonia 

Howitzer Company, Inf. Gastonia 

Captain Ernest R. Morgan, Adj. Hq. Inf. 

Fri Apr 7 — Company' K, Inf. Shelby 

Headquarters 3rd Bri., Inf. Shelby 

Sat Apr 8 — Company H, Inf. Waynesville 

Major John F. Zajicek, C. E., Huntersville, Ala. 

105th Engineers 

Mon Apr 10 — Headquarters 2nd Bn., Engrs. Asheville 

Company E, Engrs. Asheville 

Major Robert E. Gribbin, Chaplain, 105th Med. 
Captain Wm. A. Brewton, MC. 

Tue Apr 11 — Company B, Engrs. Morganton 

Wed Apr 12 — Company A, Engrs. No. Wilkesboro 

Thu Apr 13 — Company F, Engrs. Statesville 

Fri Apr 14 — Company C, Engrs. Salisbury 

Sat Apr 15 — Company D, Engrs. Lincolnton 

Captain Charles R. Jonas, 55th Cav. Brig. 
Captain Charlie H. Harrill, DC. 

Mon Apr 17 — Regimental Headquarters, Engrs. Charlotte 

Colonel Graham K. Hobbs, CO, Engrs. 

1st Lt. Warren O. Cochrane, Adj. 1st Bn. Engrs. 

Headquarters & Service Co., Engrs. Charlotte 

Major Leon H. Richmond, S. C, Mobile, Ala. 

Sat Apr 15 — 30th Signal Company Canton 

Signal Section, Hq. & Hq. Det. 30th Div. Canton 

Major Murray P. Whichard, MC, SS. 

Lt. Col. Harry R. Melton, Med. Corps, Henderson, N. C. 

Mon Mch 13 — Company F, 105th Med. Edenton 

Tue Mch 14 — Company A, 105th Med. Wilmington 

Thu Mch 16 — Med. Dept. Det. 105th Engrs. Charlotte 



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Fri Mch 17 — Med. Dept. Det. 252nd C. A. Greensboro 

Captain James B. Richardson, DC. 

Sat Mch 18 — Med. Dept. Det. 120th Inf. Graham 

Mon Mch 20 — Hq. 2nd Bn. & Company I, 105th Med. Madison 

Tue Mch 21 — Med. Dept. Det. 113th F. A. Wake Forest 

Captain Gaither Fred Hale, DC. 

Wed Mch 22— Regtl. Hq. & Service C. 105th Med. Henderson 

Captain Thomas B. Royster, Adj. Regt. Hq. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



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State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders January 17, 1939. 

No. 2. 

1. With profound sorrow, the death of 

2nd LIEUTENANT WILLIAM ROBERT McRACKAN, Jr. 

Service Battery, 252nd Coast Artillery, North Carolina National 
Guard, on January 5, 1939, at Whiteville, North Carolina, is 
announced. 

2. Lieutenant McRackan was born in Whiteville, North 
Carolina, October 6, 1908. He was identified with the business 
and social life of the community in which he spent his entire 
life. At the time of his death, he was in the performance of 
his duties as an employee of the Tide Water Power Company. 
His death resulted from coming in contact with a high voltage 
power line. Lieutenant McRackan, after graduation from 
North Carolina State College, returned to Whiteville and for 
several years was a member of the high school faculty, serving 
as band instructor and teacher. In 1935, he resigned this 
position to become connected with the power company and re- 
mained with that company until the time of his death. 

3. A man and an officer of sterling qualities, pleasant, and 
happy of manner, both in civil life and in the performance of 
his military duties, he was liked by all who knew him. His 
popularity was attested by his many friends, who with officers 
and men of the National Guard, with whom he had contact, 
deplore his untimely death. 

Record of Service 

Lieutenant McRackan, upon graduation from college, was 
commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, Infantry, Organized Reserve 
Corps, July 21, 1930. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, Coast 
Artillery, North Carolina National Guard, August 1, 1930, and 
was assigned to duty with Service Battery, 252nd Coast 
Artillery, which position he held at the time of his death. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 101 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 8, 1939. 

No. 3 

1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 1, The Adjutant General's 
Department, Raleigh. N. C. dated January 16, 1939, as directs 1st Lieu- 
tenant Samuel B. Howard, Int. O. & P. & TO., 3rd Bn., 113th Field 
Artillery, NC. NG., station Morganton, N. C, to appear for Annual Armory 
Inspection on March 8, 1939, with Battery A, 113th FA. NC. NG., station 
Greenville, N. C, is amended to direct 1st Lt. Howard to appear on 
February 28, 1939, with Hq. B. & CT. 3rd Bn., 113th FA., NC. NG., 
station Lenoir, N. C. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 11, 193 9. 

No. 4 

1. All property purchased by organizations of the National Guard, 
from Company funds, including all moneys received for the benefit of the 
military units, will be listed on the sheets provided in the front of the 
Council Book. Such property, including office furniture and equipment, 
tools and implements, as may now be in possession of the organizations, 
will be checked and listed and in the future such records will be kept up 
to date. 

2. Captain Thomas H. Upton, North Carolina National Guard, Property 
Auditor, upon his future visits to organizations to check Federal property, 
will check such property in addition to his check of Federal property. 

3. Under a former ruling of The Attorney General, moneys received 
from whatsoever source by military organizations for the benefit of the 
command and the expenditure thereof should be accounted for to The 
Adjutant General. Therefore, a proper record of property purchased with 
such money should be listed and accounted for. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



102 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 13, 1939. 

No. 5 

1. So much of Paragraph 7, General Orders No. 1, The Adjutant 
General's Department, NC, January 16, 1939, as prescribes the uniform 
to be worn by officers and men at The Annual Armory Inspection, 1939, 
as affects the 252nd Coast Artillery, is amended to authorize the Com- 
manding Officer, 252nd Coast Artillery, to prescribe the uniform for officers 
and men of the Regiment. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 6, 1939. 

No. 6. 

1. With profound sorrow, the death of 

MAJOR CHARLES HARDEN 

Quartermaster Corps, North Carolina National Guard, on Feb- 
ruary 28, 1939, at Raleigh, North Carolina, is announced. 

2. Major Barden was born in England and early in life came 
to the United States, and has spent most of his life in and near 
Raleigh, North Carolina. For many years he was in the office of 
The Adjutant General, serving as Assistant to the United States 
Property and Disbursing Officer, where he was most capable in the 
performance of his duties. His interest in the military service is 
evidenced by the amount of time he gave to his duties as the Com- 
manding Officer of the State Detachment, which unit he assumed 
command of soon after its organization. Major Barden, quiet of 
disposition, had a determination to accomplish desired results. 
Strong of will, though easy of manner, his ability as an officer has 
always been recognized. Though retiring, never putting himself 
in the foreground, he had many intimate friends who recognized 
his true merits, and to these friends he was most loyal and sincere. 
In his death, the National Guard has lost a most capable officer 
and a true friend, and his death will be mourned by his comrades. 

Record of Service 

Major Barden enlisted in the Quartermaster Corps, North Caro- 
lina National Guard, April 5, 1917, as a Private, and soon was pro- 
moted to a Sergeant 1st Class, and was inducted into Federal 
service with his organization for the World War on August 5, 

1917. He served overseas with the 30th Division from May 28, 

1918, to April 2, 1919, and was mustered out of the service upon 
his return to this country, April 8, 1919. Following the World 
War, Major Barden reenlisted in the newly organized State De- 
tachment, Quartermaster Corps, North Carolina National Guard, 
on March 16, 1921. He served in the ranks as a Private and in 
the grades of non-commissioned officers and was discharged as a 
Technical Sergeant on September 12, 1921, to accept a commis- 
sion. He was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant September 13, 1921, 
and was assigned to the command of the State Detachment. He 
was promoted to a 1st Lieutenant, November 15, 1921; Captain, 
November 26, 1926; Major, November 14, 1929, in which rank he 
served as commanding officer of the State Detachment until his 
death. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



104 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 8, 1939. 

No. 7 

1. Under the provisions of Par. 54 (a) NGR-25, the Commanding 
Officer, Company G, 120th Infantry, NC. NG., Winston-Salem, N. C, is 
hereby directed to drop the following named enlisted man from the rolls 
of his organization as a deserter, effective March 1, 1939: 

JACK G. MAYNARD, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named man in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 
Raleigh 
General Orders March 13, 193 9. 

No. 8 
1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 1, The Adjutant General's 
Department, January 16, 1939, as directs Major James C. Dempsey, Insp. 
Genl., SS., to report to the Inspecting Officer for the Annual Armory In- 
spection on March 23, 193 9, at Raleigh, N. C, is amended to direct Major 
Dempsey to report to Major Jasper M. Groves, Infantry Officer, on March 
18, 1939, at Wilson, North Carolina. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 
Raleigh 
General Orders March 31, 1939. 

No. 9 
1. So much of Par. 10, General Orders No. 1, The Adjutant General's 
Department, January 16, 193 9, as refers to the date of the Inspection of — 
Regimental Headquarters, 105th Engineers 
1st Lt. Warren O. Cochrane, Adj. 1st Bn., Engineers 
Hq. and Service Co., 105th Engineers 
Charlotte, N. C. 
Monday April 17th, is changed to read — Tuesday April 18th, 1939. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 105 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders April 4, 193 9. 

No. 10 

1. The following named enlisted men of Battery A, 252nd Coast 
Artillery, firing for the season 1938, qualified with the Automatic Pistol, 
Cal. 45, as indicated below: 

Name Qualification 

1st Sgt. Walker T. Brown Marksman 

Staff Sgt. Charlie C. Baggett Marksman 

Sgt. Peter H. Braak : Marksman 

Cpl. John E. Schadt Marksman 

Pvt. lcl. Herbert L. Darden Marksman 

Pvt. lcl. Herbert L. Walker Marksman 

Pvt. John W. Griffith Marksman 

Pvt. Vernon H. Walker Marksman 

2. All enlisted men whose names appear in the foregoing list will be 
awarded the proper qualification insignia. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders April 12, 193 9. 

No. 11 

1. The following will govern the submission of War Department Forms 
107, Forms 100, and Armory Drill Payrolls: 

a. Forms 107: Will be submitted by all Field and Staff Officers on the 
first day of each month, covering duties performed, as provided in 
paragraph 1, General Orders No. 18, AGD. NC, October 21, 1936, 
and paragraph 2, General Orders No. 21, ADG. NC, November 18, 
1936, and giving nature, and number of hours of each such duty 
performed (or noting "None") the previous month as follows: 

(1) Division and Brigade Staff Officers: One copy to the Instructor 
who certifies payrolls. 

(2) Regimental Field and Staff Officers: One copy to the Instructor 
who certifies the payroll and one copy to the officer who pre- 
pares payrolls. 

(3) Battalion Field and Staff Officers: One copy to the Instructor 
who certifies payrolls. One copy to the Regimental Commander 
for his information. One copy to the officer who prepares 
payrolls. 

(4) State Staff Officers: One copy to the Senior Instructor and 
one copy to the officer who prepares payrolls. 



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b. Forms 100: All units, Battalion Headquarters, Regimental Head- 
quarters, Division and Brigade Headquarters, and the State Staff 
will submit four (4) signed copies direct to the Instructor certifying 
payrolls, not later than the 8th of each month. 

c. Payrolls : 

(1) Regimental Headquarters will submit payrolls to the Instructor 
concerned, through the Adjutant General. 

(2) Battalion Headquarters will submit payrolls to the Instructor 
who certifies same. 

(3) Division Officers and Brigade payrolls will be submitted to the 
Instructor concerned. 

(4) Units will submit four (4) copies, together with retained copy 
of previous payroll, direct to the Regimental Commander, who 
will sign certificate (if in order) and send the rolls to the 
Instructor who certifies same. 

(5) The State Staff payroll will be forwarded to the Senior In- 
structor, through The Adjutant General. 

2. All orders in conflict herewith are rescinded. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders May 18, 1939. 

No. 12 

1. Under the provisions of Par, 54 (a) NGR-25, the Commanding 
Officer, Company A, 120th Infantry, NC. NG., Burlington, N. C, is hereby 
directed to drop the following named enlisted men from the rolls of his 
organization as deserters, effective this date: 

CHARLIE R. ENOCH, Pvt. 
JOHN V. FOUSHEE, Pvt. 
ROBERT M. MOORE, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named men in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 107 

State of North Carolina 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 2, 1939. 

No. 13. 

1. Under authority of the National Guard Bureau, War Department, 
fifteen-day Camps of Instruction will be held for the North Carolina 
National Guard as follows: 

July 2-16, 1939 Camp Foster, Fla. 

Hq. 30th Division. 

Hq. Dets. 30th Division. 

30th Signal Co. 

105th Engineers. 

105th Med. Regt. 
September 3-17, 1939 Fort Moultrie, S. C. 

252nd Coast Artillery. 
July 16-30, 1939 Fort Bragg, N. C. 

113th Field Artillery. 
July 16-30, 1939 Camp Jackson, S. C. 

State Staff and State Det. (QMC). 
July 30-August 13, 1939 Camp Jackson, S. C. 

Hq. 60th Brigade. 

Hq. Co. 60th Brig. 

120th Infantry. 

Regtl. Hq. Staff; Hq. 1st Bn. & Co. A, 105th QM Regt. 

2. At the conclusion of the camps and training, organizations will 
return to their proper stations unless sooner relieved by proper authority. 

3. Advance detachments will be in accordance with National Guard 
Bureau Circular No. 14 B, 1937, and Regimental and separate commanders 
will be advised of approval upon receipt of training authorities. 

4. Brigade and Regimental Commanders or Senior officers present are 
designated as Camp Commanders for their respective camps, and will 
perform the duties of such to include the publication of the necessary 
orders covering the conduct of the camp and program of instruction. At 
the termination of the camps each Camp Commander will submit to the 
Adjutant General of North Carolina a report on his camp with such 
recommendations and comments as may be deemed advisable and helpful 
for subsequent camps. 

5. (a) Schedule of movements to and from Camps of Instruction will 
be furnished all concerned in a separate communication. 

(b) Drayage from armory to railroad station and the reverse will be 
paid by the United States Property and Disbursing Officer on Form 1034 
and 1034a W. D., which will be accompanied by receipted bills in duplicate 
from the person or persons rendering the service. Payments will not be 
made to officers commanding units. Such drayage will be accomplished 
for $10.00 or less for each organization to cover hauling both ways from 
armories and in no case will $20.00 be allowed unless it can be shown by 
competitive bids that $10.00 was inadequate. Full use will be made of 



108 Report of The Adjutant General 

organizational vehicular equipment and drayage will be allowed to organi- 
zations only in cases where no wagons or trucks are available to perform 
such services. 

(c) Transportation requests and bills of lading will be furnished by the 
United States Property and Disbursing Officer together with instructions 
covering their use. Officers to whom transportation requests and bills of 
lading are issued will be held strictly accountable for their proper use and 
accomplishment. 

(d) It being impracticable for the Government to furnish rations in 
kind, travel rations enroute to camp will be paid at the rate of not to 
exceed 30c per meal per man prorated between the usual three meals. 
Travel rations on the return trip will be issued in kind by the various 
camp supply officers on the basis of 90c per day or 30c per meal where less 
than a full day is consumed. Reimbursement will be made on this basis 
and receipted bills in duplicate must be obtained and attached to vouchers. 

(e) Rations while in camp for enlisted men will be purchased by the 
Supply Officers of the respective camps in accordance with instructions of 
the United States Property and Disbursing Officer. The allowance for this 
purpose is for the purchase of bona fide subsistence. 

(f) The United States Property and Disbursing Officer will pay all 
troops prior to their departure from camp, if practicable, and will settle 
all accounts incident to the camps properly payable from Federal funds. 

(g) Any units holding an armory drill on the day of departure for 
camp will designate in company orders the hours for such drill to termi- 
nate prior to departure from home station. Such drills will be considered 
as properly supervised and usual armory drills as prescribed in regu- 
lations. Provided said drill is held on day prior to opening of camp. 

6. (a) Uniform: Cotton breeches, cotton or wool shirts, with black tie, 
shoes and leggins or boots and the service hat will be worn enroute to and 
from camps and during Field Training, except that Regimental and 
Separate Unit Commanders may prescribe the wearing of slacks on these 
occasions and when off duty, provided their commands when assembled 
are uniform throughout. Cotton breeches and leggins or boots should be 
used as far as possible in view of Circular 3 A-3, N. G. B., 1939. 

(b) Complete equipment (less overcoats and equipment manifestly 
inappropriate) as shown in Table of Basic Allowances, including gas 
masks, will be taken with exceptions noted below. Unnecessary and 
unauthorized equipment and excess baggage will not be taken. 

Field Artillery: The usual field equipment will be taken to Fort Bragg. 
Any exceptions will be made the subject of a special communication from 
this office. 

Camp Jackson: South Carolina will furnish tentage and cots and such 
equipment will not be carried. Other usual and appropriate equipment 
will be taken, including bed sacks, and Field Ranges. Any exceptions 
will be made the subject of special instructions from this office. 

Coast Artillery Corps: The usual field equipment will be taken to Fort 
Moultrie. Any exceptions will be made the subject of a special communi- 
cation from this office. 



Report of The Adjutant General 109 

Camp Foster: Tentage, cots and field ranges will be furnished by the 
U. S. P. & D. O., Florida. 

7. Motor convoys will be conducted under the direction of Regimental 
or separate unit commanders concerned, who will be responsible for the 
safety of those so traveling and compliance with Laws and Regulations 
governing travel on the highways. 

8. (a) Officers and enlisted men proceeding to and from camps, using 
transportation other than in accordance with orders or authority, will do 
so at their own risk. 

(b) All officers and men will have complied with regulations as to vac- 
cinations and inoculations prior to departure from home stations. 

9. The provisions of NGR 45 will govern as to numerical strength, and 
organizations must comply with these and other regulations to be en- 
titled to federal pay. 

10. No debts or obligations against the State or United States will be 
incurred by an officer, enlisted man or organization, except such as may 
have been properly and specifically authorized from this office. 

11. Commanding Officers of troops attending joint camps are directed 
to comply with all orders and regulations in force at the camp, and will 
issue necessary instructions to put this in effect. 

12. Pay and allowances of officers and warrant officers and pay and 
subsistence of enlisted men will be settled by the United States Property 
and Disbursing Officer. Transportation of personnel and equipment will 
be paid by the Finance Officer, U. S. A., Washington, D. C. The expenses 
are chargeable as follows: 

Pay, Officers NG-4913 2-P-3-0121-A-1 405-40 

Pay, Warrant Officers NG-49132-P-3-0122-A-1405-40 

Pay, Enlisted Men NG-49132-P-3-0123-A-1405-40 

Subsistence enlisted men NG-49132-P-3-0260-A-1405-40 

Transportation personnel NG-49500-P-3-0600-A-140 5-40 

Transportation equipment NG-49 500-P-3-0700-A-1405-40 

Travel directed is necessary in the Military Service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Annex No. 1 — to — June 19, 1939. 

General Orders No. 13, 

dated June 2, 1939. 

1. a. All organizations North Carolina National Guard to encamp at 
Camp J. C. R. Foster, Florida, 1939, will carry to camp cots for enlisted 
men and field ranges. 

b. Steel cots for officers and tentage for all personnel will be sup- 
plied by the U.S. P. & D.O. of Florida. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



110 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 2, 1939. 

No. 14. 

SCHEDULE OF TRAIN MOVEMENTS, 
SUMMER CAMPS, N. C. NATIONAL GUARD, 1939 

CAMP J. C. R. FOSTER, FLA., JULY 2-16, 1939 

Companies A, B, C, D, E, F, Headquarters and Service Co., and Med. Dept. 

Det., 105th Engrs.; Company I, 105th Medical Regiment; 30th Signal 

Company; and Sections, 30th Division 

1939 

July 1 Lv. Madison N&W No. 21 1:08 P.M. 

Lv. Winston-Salem Sou. Ry. No. 22 5:00 P.M. 

Lv. No. Wilkesboro Sou. Ry. No. 14 2:00 P.M. 

Ar. Salisbury Sou. Ry. No. 135 7:50 P.M. 

Lv. Morganton Sou. Ry. No. 12 4.37 P.M. 

Lv. Lincolnton C&NW Special 4:10 P.M. 

Lv. Hickory Sou. Ry. No. 12 5:18 P.M. 

Lv. Statesville Sou. Ry. No. 12 6:30 P.M. 

Ar. Salisbury Sou. Ry. No. 12 7:30 P.M. 

Lv. Salisbury Sou. Ry. Special 8:00 P.M. 

Lv. Charlotte Sou. Ry. Special 9:15 P.M. 

July 2 Ar. Columbia, S. C. Sou. Ry. Special 12:10 A.M. 

July 1 Lv. Canton Sou. Ry. No. 18 12: 10 P.M.C.T. 

Lv. Asheville Sou. Ry. No. 10 3:40P.M.E.T. 

Ar. Columbia Sou. Ry. No. 10 9:35 P.M. 

July 2 Lv. Columbia Sou. Ry. Special 12:15 A.M. 

Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. Sou. Ry. Special 8:35 A.M. 

Lv. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. Special 8:45 A.M. 

Ar. Yukon, Fla. A. C. L. Special 9:30 A.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Madison — fill out Winston-Salem. 

2 coaches, Reg. baggage car to Winston-Salem — load in baggage car 

with Madison. 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Morganton — fill out Statesville. 

2 coaches from Statesville — load in baggage car with Morganton. 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Lincolnton — fill out Salisbury. 

2 coaches from Salisbury — load in baggage car with Lincolnton. 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Charlotte. 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Canton — fill out Asheville. 

2 coaches from Asheville — load in baggage car with Canton. 

Return movement July 16. Same equipment required to protect 
Advance detachment will travel in Government trucks. 



Report of The Adjutant General 111 

Service Co. 105th Med. Regt. & Co. F, 105th Med. Regt. 

July 1 Lv. Edenton Nor. Sou. No. 1 12:12 P.M. 

Ar. Raleigh Nor. Sou. No. 1 6:20 P.M. 

Lv. Raleigh S. A. L. No. 107 10:10 P.M. 

July 2 Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. S. A. L. No. 107 8:10 P.M. 

Lv. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. Switch 8:45 A.M. 

Ar. Yukon, Fla. A. C. L. Switch 9:30 A.M. 

July 1 Lv. Henderson S. A. L. No. 3 3:23 P.M. 

July 2 Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. S. A. L. No. 3 5:00 A.M. 

Lv. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 8:30 A.M. 

Ar. Yukon, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 8:46 A.M. 

Equipment: 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Edenton. 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Henderson. 

Return movement July 16, 1939. Same equipment required to protect. 
Advance detachment will travel in Government trucks. 

Co. A, 105th Medical Regiment 

July 1 Lv. Wilmington A. C. L. No. 55 4:35 P.M. 

Lv. Florence A. C. L. No. 89 9:1.0 P.M. 

July 2 Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 7:30 A.M. 

Lv. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 8:30 A.M. 

Ar. Yukon, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 8:46 A.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Wilmington. 

Return movement July 16, 1939. Same equipment required to protect. 

CAMP JACKSON, S. C, JULY 16-30, 1939 

State Detachment will travel to and from camp in government trucks. 

CAMP JACKSON, S. C, JULY 30-AUGUST 13, 1939 

Hq. Co., Companies A, D, E, F, G, H, K, How. Co. Medical Det. and 2nd 

Bn. Hq. Co., 120th Infantry and Hq. Co. 60th Infantry Brigade 

Hq. Co. 60th Inf. Brigade, Leaksville, North Carolina 

July 29 Lv. Leaksville D&W R. R. No. 4 3:35 P.M. 

Ar. Danville D&W R. R. No. 4 5:00 P.M. 

July 30 Lv. Danville Sou. Ry. No. 31 1:03 A.M. 

Ar. Columbia Sou. Ry. No. 31 8:20 A.M. 

Equipment: 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Leaksville. 

Return movement August 13th with other units of 120th Infantry. 
Same equipment required to protect. 



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Hq. Co., Reidsville; Co. A, Burlington; Co. D, Durham; Co. G, Winston- 
Salem; 3rd Bn. Hq. Co., Asheboro; Medical Detachment, Graham 

July 30 Lv. Reidsville Sou. 

July 30 Ar. Greensboro Sou. 

Lv. Durham Sou. 

Lv. Graham Sou. 

Lv. Burlington Sou. 

Ar. Greensboro Sou. 

Lv. Winston-Salem Sou. 

Ar. Greensboro Sou. 

Lv. Greensboro Sou. 

Lv. Asheboro HPRA&S R. R. Special__ll :00 A.M. 

Ar. High Point HPRA&S R. R. Special— 12 :00 noon 

Lv. High Point Sou. Ry. Special 12:30 P.M. 

Ar. Columbia Sou. Ry. Special 5:55 P.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Durham. 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Graham — Fill out at Burlington. 

2 coaches from Burlington — Load equipment with Graham. 
2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Winston-Salem. 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Reidsville. 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Asheboro. 

Return movement August 13th. Same equipment required to protect. 

2nd Bn. Hq. Co., Albemarle; Company E, Concord; Howitzer Co., 
Gastonia; Co. F, Charlotte, 120th Infantry 

July 30 Lv. Albemarle Yadkin R. R. Special 7:00 A.M. 

Ar. Salisbury Yadkin R. R. Special 8:00 A.M. 

Lv. Salisbury Sou. Ry. No. 29 8:20 A.M. , 

Lv. Concord Sou. Ry. No. 29 8:52 A.M. 

Lv. Gastonia Sou. Ry. No. 36 7:45 A.M. 

Lv. Charlotte Sou. Ry. Special 10:00 A.M. 

Ar. Columbia Sou. Ry. Special 1:15 P.M. 

Equipment: 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Albemarle — Fill out Concord. 

2 coaches from Concord — Load equipment with Albemarle. 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Gastonia — Fill out Charlotte. 

2 coaches from Charlotte- — Load equipment with Gastonia. 

Return movement August 13th. Same equipment required to protect. 

Company H, Waynesville 

July 30 Lv. Waynesville Sou. Ry. No. 18 11:42 A.M. 

Ar. Asheville Sou. Ry. No. 18 3:00 P.M. 

Lv. Asheville Sou. Ry. No. 10 3:40 P.M. 

Ar. Columbia Sou. Ry. No. 10 9:35 P.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car. 

Return movement August 13th. Same equipment required to protect. 



Report of The Adjutant General 113 

Company K, Shelby 

July 29 Lv. Shelby Sou. Ry. No. 35 6:40 P.M. 

Ar. Rock Hill Sou. Ry. No. 35 9:10 P.M. 

July 30 Lv. Rock Hill Sou. Ry. No. 31 5:55 A.M. 

Ar. Columbia Sou. Ry. No. 31 8:20 A.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car. 

Return movement August 13th. Same equipment required to protect. 

Company B and 1st Bn. Hq. Co., 120th Infantry 

July 30 Lv. Warren Plains S. A. L. R. R. Special 7:30 A.M. 

Ar. Norlina S. A. L. R. R. Special 7:45 A.M. 

Lv. Norlina S. A. L. R. R. No. 191 7:50 A.M. 

Lv. Oxford S. A. L. R. R. Special 7:00 A.M. 

Ar. Henderson S. A. L. R. R. Special 8:00 A.M. 

Lv. Henderson S. A. L. R. R. No. 191 8:15 A.M. 

Ar. Columbia S. A. L. R. R. No. 191 2:00 P.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches and 1 baggage car from Warrenton. 

1 P & B coach from Oxford. 

Return movement August 13th. Same equipment required to protect. 

Company C and Band Section, 120th Infantry 

July 30 Lv. Henderson S. A. L. R. R. No. 5 4:18 A.M. 

Lv. Raleigh S. A. L. R. R. No. 5 5:55 A.M. 

Ar. Columbia S. A. L. R. R. No. 1 11:55 A.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches and 1 baggage car from Henderson. 

1 coach from Raleigh (use Vz Henderson baggage car). 

Return movement August 13th. Same equipment required to protect. 
Service Co. (less Band Section) will travel to and from camp in govern- 
ment trucks. 

Companies M, L and I, 120th Infantry 

July 30 Lv. Wilmington A. C. L. R. R. Special 8:45 A.M. 

Ar. Fayetteville A. C. L. R. R. Special 11:00 A.M. 

Lv. Wilson A. C. L. R. R. No. 75 9:35 A.M. 

Lv. Fayetteville A. C. L. R. R. No. 75 11:10 A.M. 

Lv. Parkton A. C. L. R. R. No. 75 11:28 A.M. 

Ar. Florence A. C. L. R. R. No. 75 12:52 P.M. 

Lv. Florence A. C. L. R. R. Special 1:10 P.M. 

Ar. Columbia A. C. L. R. R. Special 3:25 P.M. 

Equipment : 

2 coaches and 1 baggage car from Wilmington. 
2 coaches and 1 baggage car from Parkton. 

2 coaches and 1 baggage car from Wilson. 

Return movement August 13th, 1939. Same equipment required to 
protect. 



114 Report of The Adjutant General 

fort moultrie, s. c, september 3-17, 1939 

25 2nd Coast Artillery Regiment will travel to and from camp in govern- 
ment trucks. 

FORT BRAGG, N. C, JULY 16-30, 1939 

113th Field Artillery will travel to and from camp in government 
trucks. 

1. The Senior Officer present on each train will be in command and 
will be responsible for the conduct of the troops to and from camp. Guards 
will be kept on doors and men prevented from leaving the coaches except 
when so ordered by proper authority. Special attention will be paid to 
railway equipment and responsible officers will take the necessary steps to 
prevent any damage thereto. Company officers will travel with their units 
unless permission to the contrary is given by this office. 

2. Return movement of troops will be arranged by commanding officers 
of troops at Camps Jackson, S. C, and Foster, Fla., and home stations will 
be reached before midnight of the last day of the authorized camp. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 24, 1939. 

No. 15 

MOVEMENTS TO SUMMER CAMPS, N. C. NATIONAL 
GUARD, 1939 

1. General Orders No. 14, The Adjutant General's Department, June 
2, 1939, giving schedule of train movements to summer camps, is hereby 
rescinded. 

2. The following schedule of movements of units and organizations 
to Camps of Instruction, Camp J. C. R. Foster, Florida, July 2-16, 1939, 
are announced :- 

a. Rail Movement: 

Companies A, B, C, D, E, F, Band Sect. Hq. and Serv. Co. and Med. 
Dept. Det., 105th Engrs.; and Sections, 30th Division (Less Signal 
Section). 
1939 
July 1 Lv. No. Wilkesboro Sou. Ry. No. 14 2:00 P.M. 

Ar. Salisbury Sou. Ry. No. 135 7:50 P.M. 

Lv. Morganton Sou. Ry. No. 12 4:37 P.M. 

Lv. Lincolnton C&NW Special 4:10 P.M. 

Lv. Hickory Sou. Ry. No. 12 5:18 P.M. 

Lv. Statesville Sou. Ry. No. 12__ 6:30 P.M. 

Ar. Salisbury Sou. Ry. No. 12 7:30 P.M. 



Report of The Adjutant General 115 

Lv. Salisbury Sou. Ry. Special 8:00 P.M. 

Lv. Charlotte Sou. Ry. Special 9:15 P.M. 

July 2 Ar. Columbia Sou. Ry. Special 12:10 A.M. 

July 1 Lv. Asheville Sou. Ry. No. 10 3:40P.M.E.T. 

Ar. Columbia Sou. Ry. No. 10 9:35 P.M. 

July 2 Lv. Columbia Sou. Ry. Special 12:15 A.M. 

Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. Sou. Ry. Special 8:35 A.M. 

Lv. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. Special 8:45 A.M. 

Ar. Yukon, Fla. A. C. L. Special 9:30 A.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from North Wilkesboro. 
2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Morganton — fill out Statesville. 
2 coaches from Statesville — load in baggage car with Morganton. 
2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Lincolnton — fill out Salisbury. 
2 coaches from Salisbury — load in baggage car with Lincolnton. 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Charlotte. 

2 coaches from Asheville — load in baggage car with Canton. 
Return movement July 16, 1939. Same equipment required to protect. 

Advance detachment will travel in Government trucks. 

Band Sect. Service Co. 105th Medical Regiment 

July 1 Lv. Henderson S. A. L. No. 3 3:23 P.M. 

July 2 Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. S. A. L. No. 3 5:00 A.M. 

Lv. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 8:30 A.M. 

Ar. Yukon, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 8:46 A.M. 

Equipment: 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Henderson. 

Return movement July 16, 1939. Same equipment required to protect. 
Advance detachment will travel in Government trucks. 

Co. A, 105th Medical Regiment 

July 1 Lv. Wilmington A. C. L. No. 55 4:35 P.M. 

Lv. Florence A. C. L. No. 89 9:10 P.M. 

July 2 Ar. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 7:30 A.M. 

Lv. Jacksonville, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 8:30 A.M. 

Ar. Yukon, Fla. A. C. L. No. 89 8:46 A.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Wilmington. 

Return movement July 16, 1939. Same equipment required to protect. 

b. Truck Movement: 

Companies F and I, 105th Med. Regt. and the 30th Signal Company 
and Signal Sect. 30th Div. will travel to and from camp in Govern- 
ment trucks. Hq. and Serv. Co. 105th Engrs. (less band) and Serv. 
Co. 105th Med. Regt. (less band) will travel in Government trucks. 

3. The Senior Officer present on each train will be in command and 
will be responsible for the conduct of the troops to and from camp. Guards 
will be kept on doors and men prevented from leaving the coaches except 
when so ordered by proper authority. Special attention will be paid to 



116 Report of The Adjutant General 

railway equipment and responsible officers will take the necessary steps 
to prevent any damage thereto. Company officers will travel with their 
units unless permission to the contrary is given by this office. 

4. Return movement of troops will be arranged by commanding officers 
of troops at Camp Foster, Fla., and home stations will be reached before 
midnight of the last day of the authorized camp. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 22, 1939. 

No. 16 

1. So much of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 13, The Adjutant 
General's Department, June 2, 1939, as refers to the date and place of 
camps, 1939, affecting the following units, is rescinded and the following 
inserted in lieu thereof: 

July 16-30, 1939 Fort McClellan, Ala. 

State Staff and State Detachment (QMC.) 

July 30-August 13, 1939 , Fort McClellan, Ala. 

Hq. 60th Brigade 

Hq. Co. 60th Brigade 

120th Infantry 

Regtl. Hq. Staff, 105th QM. Regiment 

Co. A, 105th QM. Regiment 

2. Instructions as to equipment to be taken to camp by the organi- 
zations mentioned in paragraph 1 above will issue later. 

3. Travel directed is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 26, 1939. 

No. 17 

MOVEMENTS TO SUMMER CAMPS, N. C. NATIONAL 
GUARD, 1939 

1. The following schedule of movements of units and organizations 
to Camps of Instruction for the organizations mentioned herein, with 
dates and camps, are announced: 



Report of The Adjutant General 117 

fort bragg, n. c, july 16-30, 1939 

113th Field Artillery will travel to and from camp in 
Government trucks. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 30, 1939. 

No. 18 

1. So much of Paragraph 1, G. O. #13, The Adjutant General's De- 
partment, June 2, 1939, as refers to the date and place of camps, 1939, 
affecting the following units is rescinded and the following inserted in 
lieu thereof: 

August 6-20, 1939 Fort Story, Va. 

252nd Coast Artillery. 

2. Instructions as to equipment to be taken to camp by the organi- 
zation mentioned in Paragraph 1, above, will issue later. 

Travel directed is necessary in the Military Service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 30, 1939. 

No. 19 

MOVEMENTS TO SUMMER CAMPS, N. C. NATIONAL 
GUARD, 1939 

FORT McCLELLAN, ALA., JULY 16-30, 1939 

State Detachment will travel to and from camp in Government trucks. 

FORT McCLELLAN, ALA., JULY 30-AUGUST 13, 1939 

Hq. Co., Companies A, D, and G, Hq. Co. 3rd Bn., and Med. Dept. Det. 
120th Infantry; Hq. Co. 60th Brigade 

July 29 Lv. Leaksville D&W RR No. 4 3:34 P.M. 

Ar. Danville D&W RR No. 4 5:00 P.M. 

Lv. Danville Sou. Ry. Special 5:10 P.M. 

Lv. Reidsville Sou. Ry. Special 5:50 P.M. 

Ar. Greensboro Sou. Ry. Special 6:25 P.M. 

Lv. Winston-Salem Sou. Ry. No. 22 5:00 P.M. 



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Ar. Greensboro Sou. Ry. No. 22 5:45 P.M. 

Lv. Durham Sou. Ry. No. 15 4:00 P.M. 

Lv. Graham Sou. Ry. No. 15 4:53 P.M. 

Lv. Burlington Sou. Ry. No. 15 5:02 P.M. 

Ar. Greensboro Sou. Ry. No. 15 5:40 P.M. 

Lv. Greensboro Sou. Ry. Special 6:35 P.M. 

Ar. High Point Sou. Ry. Special 7:00 P.M. 

Lv. Asheboro HPRA&S Ry. No. 134 2:00 P.M. 

Ar. High Point HPRA&S Ry. No. 134 3:35 P.M. 

Lv. High Point Sou. Ry. Special 7:05 P.M. 

Lv. Salisbury Sou. Ry. Special 8:30 P.M. 

Lv. Charlotte Sou. Ry. Special 9:45 P.M. 

July 30 Lv. Greenville Sou. Ry. Special 1:00 A.M. 

Lv. Atlanta Sou. Ry. Special 5:15 A.M. 

Ar. Anniston Sou. Ry. Special 8:30 A.M. 

Ar. Fort McClellan Sou. Ry. Special 9:00 A.M. 

Equipment: 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Leaksville — B.C. fill out Reidsville. 

2 coaches from Reidsville — Load in Baggage car from Leaksville. 
2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Durham. 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Graham — Baggage car fill out Burlington. 

2 coaches from Burlington — Load in Baggage with Graham. 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Winston-Salem — Share Baggage Car 
with Asheboro. 

1 coach, Regular Baggage car to High Point — Load with Winston- 
Salem. 

Return movement August 13, 1939. Same equipment required to 
protect. 

How. Co., Companies E, F, H, and K, and Hq. Co. 2nd Bn, 120th Infantry 

July 29 Lv. Albemarle Yadkin Ry. Special 7:00 P.M. 

Ar. Salisbury Yadkin Ry. Special 8:00 P.M. 

Lv. Salisbury Sou. Ry. No. 135 8:20 P.M. 

Lv. Concord Sou. Ry. No. 135 9:00 P.M. 

Lv. Charlotte Sou. Ry. Special 9:55 P.M. 

Lv. Gastonia Sou. Ry. Special 10:40 P.M. 

Lv. Shelby Sou. Ry. No. 35 6:50 P.M. 

Ar. Blacksburg Sou. Ry. No. 35 7:25 P.M. 

Lv. Blacksburg Sou. Ry. Special 11:15 P.M. 

July 30 Ar. Spartanburg Sou. Ry. Special 12:05 A.M. 

July 29 Lv. Waynesville Sou. Ry. No. 18 11 : 42 A.M.C.T. 

Ar. Asheville Sou. Ry. No. 18 2:00 P.M.E.T. 

Lv. Asheville Sou. Ry. No. 10 3:40 P.M.E.T. 

Ar. Spartanburg Sou. Ry. No. 10 6:35 P.M.E.T. 

July 30 Lv. Spartanburg Sou. Ry. Special 12:15 A.M. 

Lv. Greenville Sou. Ry. Special 1:15 A.M. 

Lv. Atlanta Sou. Ry. Special 5:25 A.M. 

Ar. Anniston Sou. Ry. Special 8:40 A.M. 

Ar. Fort McClellan Sou. Ry. Special 9:10 A.M. 



Report of The Adjutant General 119 

Equipment: 

1 coach, 1 baggage car from Albemarle — Baggage car fill out Concord. 

2 coaches from Concord — Load equipment, in Baggage Car from 

Albemarle. 
2 coaches, 1 Baggage Car from Charlotte — Baggage Car fill out 

Gastonia. 
2 coaches from Gastonia — Load equipment in Baggage Car from 

Charlotte. 
2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Shelby. 
2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Waynesville. 
Return movement August 13, 193 9. Same equipment required to 

protect. 

Companies B, C, Hq. Co. 1st Bn. and Band Section, 120th Infantry 

July 29 Lv. Warren Plains SAL Special 2:20 P.M. 

Ar. Norlina SAL Special 2:30 P.M. 

Lv. Norlina SAL Special 2:35 P.M. 

Ar. Henderson SAL Special 3:00 P.M. 

Lv. Oxford SAL Special 2:00 P.M. 

Ar. Henderson SAL Special 3:00 P.M. 

Lv. Henderson SAL Special 3:20 P.M. 

Lv. Raleigh SAL Special 4:40 P.M. 

Ar. Hamlet SAL Special 7:15 P.M. 

July 30 Lv. Atlanta SAL Special 7:00 A.M. C.T. 

Ar. Wellington SAL Special 9:50 A.M. 

Lv. Wellington L&N 11:58 A.M. 

Ar. Anniston L&N 12:28 P.M. 

Lv. Anniston So. Ry. 12:45 P.M. 

Ar. Fort McClellan So. Ry. 2:00 P.M. 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Warrenton. 
2 coaches from Henderson — fill out Oxford baggage car. 
1 coach, 1 baggage car from Oxford. 
1 coach from Raleigh — fill out Warrenton baggage car. 
Return movement August 13, 1939. Same equipment required to 
protect. 

Companies I, L and M, 120th Infantry 

July 29 Lv. Wilmington ACL No. 55 4:35 P.M. 

Ar. Florence ACL No. 55 8:05 P.M. 

Lv. Wilson ACL No. 89 3:55 P.M. 

Lv. Parkton ACL No. 89 6:35 P.M. 

Ar. Florence ACL No. 89 8:45 P.M. 

Lv. Florence ACL No. 55 9:05 P.M. 

July 30 Ar. Augusta ACL No. 55 1:45 A.M. 

Lv. Augusta Ga. RR No. 3 2:10 A.M. 

Ar. Atlanta Ga. RR No. 3 6:20 A.M. C.T. 

Lv. Atlanta Sou. Ry. No. 7 7:10A.M.C.T. 

Ar. Anniston Sou. Ry. No. 7 10:15 A.M.C.T. 

Ar. Fort McClellan Sou. Ry. Special 10:45 A.M.C.T. 



120 Report of The Adjutant General 

Equipment: 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Wilmington. 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Wilson. 

2 coaches, 1 baggage car from Parkton. 

Return movement August 13, 1939. Same equipment required to 

protect. 
Service Company, 120th Infantry (less Band Section) and Company A, 

105th Quartermaster Regiment, will travel to and from camp in 

Government trucks. 

FORT STORY, VA., AUGUST 6-20, 1939 

The 252nd Coast Artillery will travel to and from camp in Government 
trucks. 

1. The Senior Officer present on each train will be in command and 
will be responsible for the conduct of the troops to and from camp. Guards 
will be kept on doors and men prevented from leaving the coaches except 
when so ordered by proper authority. Special attention will be paid to 
railway equipment and responsible officers will take the necessary steps 
to prevent any damage thereto. Company officers will travel with their 
units unless permission to the contrary is given by this office. 

2. Return movement of troops will be arranged by commanding 
officers of troops at Fort McClellan and Fort Story and home stations will 
be reached before midnight of the last day of the authorized camp. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 30, 1939. 

No. 20 

1. So much of paragraph 1, G.O. #16, A.G.O., N. C, June 22, 1939, 
as refers to the camp and date for the Headquarters, 60th Brigade is 
amended to read as follows: 

July 23-29, 1939 Camp Peay, Tennessee 

July 30-Aug. 6, 1939 Fort McClellan, Alabama 

Brig. Gen. Don E. Scott, Commanding 

Maj. Paul R. Younts, Executive 
July 30-Aug. 13, 1939 Fort McClellan, Alabama 

Capt. Kenneth A. Kirby, Adjutant 

1st Lt. Chas. B. Aycock, Aide 

2. Captain Kirby and Lieutenant Aycock will report for assignment 
to duty to the Camp Commander. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders July 1, 193 9. 

No. 21. 

1. With profound sorrow, the death of 

LIEUTENANT COLONEL WALTER GLUYAS CRAVEN 

Finance Department, Finance Officer, 30th Division, North Caro- 
lina National Guard, on June 16, 1939, is announced. 

2. Lieutenant Colonel Craven was born in Mecklenburg 
County, North Carolina, on March 23, 1881, and spent the latter 
years of his life in Charlotte, North Carolina, as an official of the 
City Industrial Bank. He was always interested in civic matters 
pertaining to his community, where he was most highly respected 
for his honesty, energy and initiative. As a man, he was of most 
pleasing address and was blessed with a happy and courteous 
disposition. No officer of the National Guard loved the military 
service, nor has been more energetic in its welfare, than he. He 
was truly an outstanding officer, whose activities and conduct 
could never be questioned. He had a host of friends who recog^ 
nized his true merits and to these friends he was most loyal and 
sincere. In his death, his community has lost a valuable citizen 
and the National Guard a capable officer and a true friend. His 
death is mourned by both friends and comrades. 

Record of Service 

Lieutenant Colonel Craven entered the military service as a 
Private, Company D, 1st North Carolina Infantry, National Guard, 
in July, 1902, and having been promoted to the grade of Corporal 
and First Sergeant, was made Battalion Sergeant Major in 1905 
and Regimental Sergeant Major, July 17, 1908. He was com- 
missioned Captain, Quartermaster Corps, NC.NG., April 9, 1913. 
He is credited with federal service as a Captain during the Mexican 
Border troubles from June 26, 1916, to November 1, 1916, when 
he reverted to his National Guard status. He entered federal 
service again for the World War as a Captain, Quartermaster 
Corps, July 21, 1917, and served at Camp Sevier, South Carolina, 
Camp Travis and Fort Bliss, Texas, and Washington, D. C, and 
was discharged April 2, 1920. He was commissioned Major, 
Quartermaster Corps, National Guard, May 11, 1920, and was as- 
signed to duty with the North Carolina State Staff. On November 
26, 1926, he was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and transferred 
to the Finance Department, being assigned to duty as Finance 
Officer, 30th Division, in which rank and position he served until 
his death. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders August 22, 1939. 

No. 22. 

1. With sorrow and regret, the sudden death of 

2nd LIEUTENANT EDGAR W. CARR 

Headquarters Battery, 113th Field Artillery, North Carolina 
National Guard, on August 10, 1939, is announced. 

2. Lieutenant Carr was born in Sampson County, North 
Carolina, March 24, 1907, and lived the greater part of his 
life in Dunn, North Carolina. In civil life he was an Attorney, 
having the confidence and respect of those of his profession and 
the community at large. He was very popular among his many 
friends, and interested in civic matters, holding at the time of 
his death the position of Secretary of the Rotary Club. In his 
military career, his ability as a leader, and his knowledge of 
military subjects are well known by those with whom he 
served. Those who knew him as an enlisted man and as an 
officer of the North Carolina National Guard, as well as his 
many other friends, had the highest regard and respect for 
him. In his death the Guard loses a faithful and energetic 
officer and his community an outstanding citizen. 

Record of Service 

Lieutenant Carr enlisted with the Headquarters Battery, 
113th Field Artillery, as a private, on October 24, 1926, with 
which organization he served continuously, being promoted 
through the grades of Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, Master Ser- 
geant, and was discharged to accept a commission, November 
15, 1937. He was appointed and commissioned Second Lieu- 
tenant, Field Artillery, November 16, 1937, and was assigned 
to duty with his battery, which rank and position he held at 
the time of his death. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 123 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders August 29, 1939. 

No. 23 

1. In accordance with letter from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, 
June 24, 1939, addressed to The Adjutants General of all States, Puerto 
Rico, Territory of Hawaii, and the District of Columbia Militia (3 25.43 
General-220) and the Tables of Organization No. 7-12 N.G., W.D., N.G.B., 
June 6, 1939, the reorganization of the Headquarters Company, 120th 
Infantry, NC.NG., will become effective September 1, 1939. The Head- 
quarters Company and Howitzer Company will be merged into the Head- 
quarters Company, 120th Infantry, NC.NG., as follows :- 

Station Gastonia, N. C. 

Company Headquarters 16 enlisted men 

Anti-tank platoon 33 enlisted men 

Intelligence platoon 2 enlisted men 

51 Total 
Station Reidsville, N. C. 

Communications Platoon 68 enlisted men 



119 Total enlisted men 
The total of 51 men is maintenance strength of 46 plus 10%. The 
total of 68 men is maintenance strength of 62 plus 10%. 

2. The officer personnel will be as follows :- 

Company Commander: Captain Arthur H. Fuller, Gastonia, N. C. 
Additional Officer, Co.Hq: 2nd Lt. Edward S. Gordon, Gastonia, 

N. C. 
Commander Anti-tank platoon: 1st Lt. Maston S. Parham, Gas- 
tonia, N. C. 
Commander Communications Platoon: Captain James Martin, 

Reidsville, N. C. (ad- 
ditional officer) 
2nd Lt. Wilson S. Big- 
ham, Reidsville, N. C. 

3. The personnel, including NCO's and enlisted grades at each station, 
will be organized in accordance with Tables of Organization No. 7-12 N.G., 
War Dept., N.G.B., approved June 6, 1939, and effective September 1, 
1939. 

4. Captain James Martin and 2nd Lt. Edward S. Gordon are additional 
officers under TO 7-12 N.G., referred to, and will be carried as indicated 
in par. 2, above, until absorbed. All officers named herein will qualify for 
Armory Drill Pay as provided for company officers. Captain Arthur H. 
Fuller as company commander is entitled to administrative pay. 

5. All Federal property will be transferred to the Company Com- 
mander, who will issue on memorandum receipt to Captain Martin, com- 



124 Report of The Adjutant General 

manding Communications Platoon, such property as is required by the 
Communications Platoon. Transfer of property between the two stations 
as required by the respective platoons will be accomplished. Any surplus 
property will be reported to the Adjutant General. An officer from this 
Department will be available to assist in the check and transfer of 
property. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders September 2, 1939. 

No. 24 

1. Under the provisions of Par. 54 (a) NGR-25, the Commanding 
Officer, Headquarters Battery, 25 2nd Coast Artillery, NC.NG., Wilming- 
ton, N. C, is hereby directed to drop the following named enlisted man 
from the rolls of his organization as a deserter, effective August 18, 
1939: 

FLOYD B. KELLY, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named man in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders September 7, 1939. 

No. 25. 

1. It is with sincere sorrow that the death of 

1st LIEUTENANT WILLIAM H. RHODES, JR. 

Field Artillery, North Carolina National Guard, on August 24, 
1939, at Rex Hospital, Raleigh, North Carolina, is announced. 

2. Lieutenant Rhodes was born at Trenton, Jones, County, 
North Carolina, May 25, 1894, and entered the University of 
North Carolina in 1912, and later attended State College at 
Raleigh. After teaching school for a time in Jackson County, in 
1919 he accepted a position with the State Department of Agri- 
culture, where he became an authority on crop statistics and con- 
ditions. Lieutenant Rhodes was a gentleman of the highest order; 
of sterling qualities and most courteous in his manner and deal- 
ings. In his military service he displayed an unusual interest in 
his work and his popularity was attested by his many friends 
among officers and enlisted men. These, with his friends in civil 
life, deeply deplore his death. The National Guard has lost an 
energetic and most capable officer and a true friend. Sincerest 
sympathy is extended his family. 

Record of Service 

Lieutenant Rhodes entered' the military service as a private at 
the time of entry of the United States into the World War, July 
21, 1917. when he enlisted with the Headquarters Company, 1st 
North Carolina Field Artillery, which, when mustered into Fed- 
eral Service became the 113th Field Artillery. He served in the 
American Expeditionary Force from May 26, 1918, to February 
4, 1919. He filled the grades of Corporal and Sergeant and was 
made First Sergeant of his Battery, June 20, 1918; was dis- 
charged September 30, 1918, to accept a commission and was 
appointed Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, on October 1, 1918. 
Upon return to the United States he was on duty at Fort Wash- 
ington, Maryland; was honorably discharged March 24, 1919. 
Lieutenant Rhodes then accepted a Reserve Commission as 
Second Lieutenant, Field Artillery, May 7, 1920; promoted to 
First Lieutenant June 28, 1924. April 1, 1926, Lieutenant 
Rhodes enlisted with the Service Company, 120th Infantry, 
National Guard, and served in the grades of Private and Corporal. 
He was discharged on June 5, 1935. On June 6, 1935 he was 
commissioned First Lieutenant, Field Artillery, National Guard, 
and assigned to duty as Intelligence, Plans and Training Officer, 
Headquarters Staff, 113th Field Artillery and later served on the 
Staff as Liaison Officer, which rank and position he held at his 
death. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



126 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders September 20, 193 9. 

No, 26 

1. Paragraph 5, General Orders No. 23, AGO. NC, August 29, 1939, 
is hereby rescinded and in lieu thereof the following inserted :- 

Transfer of property between the two stations as required by 
the respective platoons will be accomplished. The Commanding 
Officer of the company, station Gastonia, N. C, will be the re- 
sponsible officer for such property as issued to and maintained 
by the company Headquarters, Anti-tank Platoon and Intelli- 
gence Platoon, station Gastonia, and the officer commanding the 
Communications Platoon, station Reidsville, will be responsible 
for the property issued to and maintained by the Communications 
Platoon. Any surplus property will be reported to The Adjutant 
General. An officer from this Department will be available to 
assist in the check and transfer of property. Shipping tickets 
will be prepared and forwarded to the U.S. P. & D.O. as per 
requisitions. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders October 2, 193 9. 

No. 27 • 

1. The Annual Armory Inspection of the 252d Coast Artillery, in 
accordance with the provisions of Section 93, National Defense Act, as 
amended, and Letter from the Commanding General Fourth Corps Area, 
August 15, 1939 (N.G. 333.45-NC-40 ) and 2nd Ind. from Corps Head- 
quarters September 16, 1939, will be conducted, as provided in Sec. 11 
National Guard Regulations 48, January 18, 1934 by Maj. Bernice M. 
McFadyen, Inspector General's Department, U.S.A., address Hq. 4th C.A., 
Atlanta, Georgia. The Commanding Officer will report to the Inspecting 
Officer (who should advise in advance) upon his arrival at the stations of 
the unit. 

2. a. The Inspection will be made a formal occasion. Organization 
commanders will prepare schedules covering drill and other demonstra- 
tions, including all classes of training given, to include the date of 
Inspection. 

b. The questionnaire furnished each unit commander, by Head- 
quarters Fourth Corps Area, will be completed and ready for the In- 
specting Officer. 



Report of The Adjutant General 127 

c. The Inspection of personnel will be made beginning at 8:00 PM 
on the date named herein: except that the hour may be changed by 
mutual agreement of the Inspecting Officer and the Unit Commander. 

3. Uniform: The Commanding Officer, 252d Coast Artillery will desig- 
nate the uniform to be worn. Each unit of the Regiment to be uniformed 
alike. 

4. In addition to instructions contained herein the Instructions pro- 
vided in paragraphs 3, 4, 5, 6 and 9, General Order No. 1, The Adjutant 
General's Department, N. C, January 16, 1939, will govern. 

5. Dates for Inspections. 

Mon Oct. 9 — Btry. E, Hq. B & CT 3rd Bn High Point 

Tue Oct. 10 — Hq 2nd Bn, Med Dept Det Greensboro 

Wed Oct. 11 — Btry C, Hq B & CT 2nd Bn Greensboro 

Thu Oct. 12 — Btry D Greensboro 

1st Lt. Paul J. Dishner, 1st Bn. 

Fri Oct. 13 — Btry F, Hq B & CT 1st Bn Raeford 

Lt. Col. Robert B. Lewis, Ex. O. 
Major Robert A. Matheson, Jr.. MC. 
Captain Julian H. Blue, 1st Bn. 

Mon Oct. 16 — Btry B Lumberton 

Tue Oct. 17 — Service Btry Whiteville 

Wed Oct. 18 — Hq Btry, Band Sec Serv Btry Wilmington 

Thu Oct. 19 — Btry A Wilmington 

Fri Oct. 20 — Hq 1st Bn, Hq 3rd Bn Wilmington 

Captain William A. Latta, Chaplain 

Captain Guy E. Pigford, D.C. 

1st Lt. William C. Mebane, Jr., MC. 

Sat Oct. 21 — Regtl. Headquarters Wilmington 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders October 10, 1939. 

No. 28 

1. Under the provisions of Par. 54 (a) NGR-25, the Commanding 
Officer, Company G, 120th Infantry, NC. NG., Winston-Salem, N. C, is 
hereby directed to drop the following named enlisted man from the rolls 
of his organization as a deserter: 

CHARLIE A. COX, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named man in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



128 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders October 13, 193 9. 

No. 29 

1. The charge of desertion against Private Jack G. Maynard, Company 
G, 120th Infantry, NC. NG., station Winston-Salem, N. C, under provisions 
of General Orders No. 7, The Adjutant General's Department, N. C, 
March 8, 1939, is revoked, effective this date. The commanding officer of 
Company G, 120th Infantry, NC. NG., will reinstate Private Maynard on 
the rolls of his organization. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders October 17, 1939. 

No. 30 

1. Pursuant to communication from the Chief, National Guard 
Bureau, October 14, 1939 to The Commanding General, Fourth Corps 
Area and The Adjutant General, N. C. (NGB 354.1 No. Car.-48) the 
following is directed: 

Armory Training for the period October 15, 1939 to January 
31, 1940 will consist of two (2) drills per week, but not exceed- 
ing eight (8) drills in any one month. Section II N.G.R. 45 
applies. 

2. a. Armory training will be effective and systematic. Under super- 
vision of Regimental Commanders progressive training schedules will be 
prepared and Individual and Unit instructions will conform to those re- 
quirements necessary to mold a well disciplined, well trained organi- 
zation. Officers commanding units are responsible for the efficiency of 
their command and for the care and protection of the individuals thereof. 

b. The 30th Signal Company will submit schedules to the Com- 
manding General, 30th Division, through the Division Signal Officer for 
approval. The Headquarters Company 60th Brigade will submit schedules 
to the Brigade Commander. The State Detachment, Q.M.C. and 30th 
Division sections will submit schedules to the Commanding General 30th 
Division. 

3. Forms 100 and payrolls will be prepared covering the drills so 
ordered and submitted in the usual manner. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 129 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders November 7, 1939. 

No. 31 

1. Under the provisions of Par. 54 (a) NGR-25, the Commanding 
Officer, Battery D, 252d Coast Artillery, NC. NG., Greensboro, N. C, is 
hereby directed to drop the following named enlisted man from the rolls 
of his organization as a deserter: 

CHARLES B. BUTLER, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named man in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 
The Adjutant General's Department 
Raleigh 
General Orders November 16, 1939. 

No. 32 
1. Pursuant to letters of Instruction, based upon a War Department 
Directive dated October 13, 1939, from The Chief, National Guard Bureau, 
October 14, 1939 and November 19, 1939, covering additional Field Train- 
ing for the National Guard, prior to January 31, 1940, organizations and 
units of the North Carolina National Guard will go into Field Training at 
places and on dates as follows: 

November 19-25, 1939 Fort Bragg, N. C. 

113th Field Artillery Regiment (Vicinity intersection 

Raeford, Vass and 
Plank Roads) 
120th Infantry 

November 26-December 3, 1939 Wilson, N. C. 

Co. L Parkton (Armory) 

Co. M Wilson 

Section Med. Dept. Det. Graham 

Capt. Harold W. Glascock, MC. 
Major Peyton McSwain 

Hq. Co. 3rd Bn. Asheboro 

December 3-9, 1939 '. Concord, N. C. 

Co. E Concord (Armory) 

Co. F Charlotte 

Co. G Winston-Salem 

Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. Albemarle 

Section Med. Dept. Det. Graham 

Captain Henry B. Moore, MC. 
Major Stephen B. Dolley 



130 Report of The Adjutant General 

December 3-9, 1939 Reidsville, N. C. 

Hq. Co. (less Comm. Plat.) Gastonia (Armory) 

Communications Platoon Reidsville 

Service Company Raleigh 

Section Med. Dept. Det. Graham 

Major Willard C. Goley. M.C. 
Captain James G. Crutchfleld, D.C. 
Regimental Commander and Staff 

January 7-13. 1940 Henderson, N. C. 

Co. B Warrenton (Armory) 

Co. C Henderson 

Hq. Co. 1st Bn. Oxford 

Section Med. Dept. Det. Graham 

Captain Charles F. Williams, M.C. 
Major Claude T. Bowers 

Companies A, D, H, I, K at their respective Home Stations, for seven (7) 
consecutive days, on dates to be announced later. 

November 26-December 3, 1939 Henderson, N. C. 

105th Medical Regiment (Armory) 

252d Coast Artillery 

November 26 and 27, December 3, 4, and 5, December 17 and 18, 1939. 

Vicinity of Raeford (Upchurch Power Plant. Pages Lake, Philadelphus 

School). 

Hq. Btry. & CT 1st Bn. Raeford 

Btry. B Lumberton 

Btry. F Raeford 

Bn. Sec. of Service Btry. Whiteville 

Major McC. B. Wilson, 1st Bn. and Staff 

(less Lt. Paul J. Dishner) 
Major Robert A. Matheson, Jr., MC. 
Lt. Col. Robert B. Lewis 

November 25 and 26, December 2 and 3, December 9 and 10, December 
17, 1939. Vicinity of Greensboro (Lake Brandt, Guilford Battle Ground 
and Jefferson Standard property). 

Hq. Btry. & CT. 3rd Bn. High Point 

Hq. Btry. & CT. 2nd Bn. Greensboro 

Btry. C Greensboro 

Btry. D Greensboro 

Btry. E High Point 

Med. Dept. Det. Greensboro 

Captain William L. Patman, MC. 

Lt. Paul J. Dishner 

Major Ralph L. Lewis, 2nd Bn. and Staff 



Report of The Adjutant General 131 

November 26, December 2 and 3, 1939, January 6 and 7, 13 and 14, 1940. 
Vicinity of Wilmington (Fort Fisher, Carolina Beach, Legion Stadium). 

Hq. Btry. Wilmington 

Service Btry. (less one sect.) Whiteville 

Btry. A Wilmington 

Captain Guy E. Pigford, DC. 
Lt. William C. Mebane, Jr., MC. 
Major James B. McCumber, 3rd Bn. and Staff 
Regimental Commander and Staff 
(Less Lt. Col. R. B. Lewis) 

December 3-9, 1939 Macon, Georgia 

30th Signal Company Canton 

Hq. Co. 60th Brigade Leaksville 

Headquarters 60th Brigade 

Lt. Col. William V. Dorsey and Div. Sig. Sec. 

Lt. Col. Marion B. Fowler and Div. Insp. Sec. 

Finance Sec. 30th Division Charlotte 

Captain Charles R. Bloome 

The following organizations will undergo Field Training, under the pro- 
visions of this order, at places and dates to be announced later: 
State Staff and State Detachment, Q.M.C. 
105th Engineers 

Regt. Hq., Hq. 1st Bn., and Co. A, 105th 
Quartermaster Regiment. 

2. Advance Detachments are not authorized. 

3. Field Inspections will be made at each camp or assembly, by 
Regular Army Instructors. If not available at any camp or place or 
assembly then the Senior National Guard officer of the camp will conduct 
the Field Inspection. 

4. Uniform and Equipment: Regimental and separate unit com- 
manders will prescribe the uniform to be worn. Warm clothing, blankets 
and such other proper equipment for officers and men, to guard against 
weather conditions, should be taken. Necessary equipment and material 
for training in accordance with programs will be taken. 

5. At the conclusion of the camps and training, organizations will 
return to their proper stations unless sooner relieved by proper authority. 

6. Schedule of rail movements to and from Camps of Instruction will 
be furnished all concerned in a separate communication. 

7. The United States Property and Disbursing Officer will pay all 
troops prior to their departure from camp, if practicable, and will settle 
all accounts incident to the camps properly payable from Federal funds. 

8. Motor convoys are authorized and will be conducted under the 
direction of Regimental or separate unit commanders concerned, who will 
be responsible for the safety of those so traveling and compliance with 
Laws and Regulations governing travel on the highways. 

9. Officers and enlisted men proceeding to and from camps, using 
transportation other than in accordance with orders or authority, will do 
so at their own risk. 



132 Report of The Adjutant General 

10. All officers and men will have complied with regulations as to 
vaccinations and inoculations prior to departure from home stations. 

11. The provisions of NGR 45 will govern as to numerical strength, 
and organizations must comply with these and other regulations to be 
entitled to federal pay. 

12. Compliance with Circular Letter No. 4, Office of the U. S. Property 
and Disbursing Officer, November 13, 193 9 is directed. 

13. No debts or obligations against the State or United States will be 
incurred by an officer, enlisted man or organization, except such as may 
have been properly and specifically authorized from this office or the U. S. 
Property and Disbursing Officer. 

14. Commanding Officers of troops attending joint camps are directed 
to comply with all orders and regulations in force at the camp, and will 
issue necessary instructions to put this in effect. 

15. Pay and allowances of officers and warrant officers and pay and 
subsistence of enlisted men will be settled by the United States Property 
and Disbursing Officer. Transportation of personnel and equipment will 
be paid by the Finance Officer, U.S.A., Washington, D. C. 

The expenses are chargeable as follows: 

Pay, Officers NG-4913 2-P-3-0121-A-1405-0 

Pay, Warrant Officers NG-49132-P-3-0122-A-1405-0 

Pay, Enlisted Men NG-49132-P-3-0123-A-1405-0 

Subsistence enlisted men NG-49132-P-3-0260-A-1405-0 

Transportation personnel NG-49500-P-3-0 600-A-1405-0 

Transportation equipment NG-49500-P-3-0700-A-1405-0 

Travel directed is necessary in the Military Service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Vax B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders November 20, 193 9 

No. 33 

1. Captain Alexander McN. Cox, MC, and 1st Lieutenant James F. 
Fulp, MC, 105th Medical Regiment, NC. NG., station Madison, N. C, 
directed to report for additional Field Training in General Orders No. 32, 
AGO, NG., dated November 16, 1939, with the Regiment at Henderson, 
N. C, are detached from the 105th Medical Regiment for the period of 
additional Field Training of the Regiment, November 26-December 2, 
1939, and will report for Field Training to Colonel Godfrey Cheshire, 
commanding 113th Field Artillery, NC. NG., at Fort Bragg, N. C. for 
training with the 113th Field Artillery, NC. NG., November 19-25, 1939. 

2. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 133 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders November 21, 1939. 

No. 34. 

SCHEDULE OF TRAIN MOVEMENTS, 
SPECIAL CAMPS OF INSTRUCTION, 1939 

Company L, 120th Infantry 

1939 

Nov. 26 Lv. Parkton, N. C A. C. L. Ry 10:50 A.M. 

Ar. Wilson, N. C A. C. L. Ry 2:00 P.M. 

Equipment: 1 Coach and baggage space. Return on December 2, 1939. 

Hq. Co. (less Comm. Plat.) 120th Infantry 

Dec. 3 Lv. Gastonia, N. C So. Ry. No. 36 7:45 A.M. 

Ar. Reidsville, N. C So. Ry. No. 36 11:55 A.M. 

Equipment: 1 Coach and baggage space. Return on December 9, 1939. 

30th Signal Co. & 60th Brigade Hq. Co. 

Dec. 3 Lv. Canton, N. C So. Ry. No. 18 12:10 P.M.C.T. 

Ar. Asheville, N. C So. Ry. No. 18 2:00P.M.E.T. 

Lv. Asheville, N. C So. Ry. No. 10 3:40 P.M. 

Ar. Spartanburg, S. C So. Ry. No. 10 6:35 P.M. 

Lv. Spartanburg, S. C So. Ry. No. 135 12:40 A.M. 

Dec. 4 Ar. Atlanta, Ga So. Ry. No. 135 6:55 A.M. 

Dec. 3 Lv. Leaksville, N. C D&W Ry. No. 4 3:35 P.M. 

Ar. Danville, Va D&W Ry. No. 4 5:00 P.M. 

Lv. Danville, Va So. Ry. No. 35 7:50 P.M. 

Dec. 4 Ar. Atlanta, Ga So. Ry. No. 35 6:00 A.M. 

Lv. Atlanta, Ga So. Ry. 7:00 A.M. 

Ar. Macon, Ga So. Ry. 10:45 A.M. 

Equipment: 2 Coaches from Canton, N. C. 

1 Coach and 1 baggage from Leaksville, N. C. 
Return on December 8, 1939. 

Return schedules have been arranged and should be checked with local 
agents of carriers. 

1. The senior officer present on each train will be in command and will 
be responsible for the conduct of the troops to and from camps. Guards 
will be kept on doors and the men prevented from leaving the coaches 
except when so ordered by proper authority. Special attention will be 
paid to transportation equipment and responsible officers will take the 
necessary steps to prevent any damages thereto. 

2. Return movement of troops will be arranged by the commanding 
officer of troops. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



134 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders November 22, 1939. 

No. 35 

1. So much of General Orders No. 32, The Adjutant General's Depart- 
ment, North Carolina, November 16, 1939 as refers to the dates of addi- 
tional Field Training of units of the 120th Infantry at Wilson, North 
Carolina November 26-December 3, 1939; the 105th Medical Regiment at 
Henderson, North Carolina November 26-December 3, 1939; and units of 
the 252d Coast Artillery Regiment at Vicinity of Raeford, N. C. is amended 
as follows: 

Wilson, N. C November 26-December 2, 1939. 

Henderson, N. C November 26-December 2, 1939. 

Vicinity of Raeford, N. C November 26 and 27, 

December 3 and 4, 
December 10, 11, and 12. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders November 22, 1939. 

No. 3 6 

1. 1st Lieutenant Joshua E. Paschall, Adjutant, 1st Battalion, 105th 
Quartermaster Regiment, NC. NG., station Wilson, N. C, is upon his own 
request excused from attendance at seven (7) days additional Field Train- 
ing as authorized by the National Guard Bureau, within the period 
October 15, 1939-January 31, 1940, for business reasons. 

2. Major Thomas S. Kittrell, 1st Battalion, 10 5th Quartermaster 
Regiment, NC. NG., station Henderson, N. C, directed to report for addi- 
tional field training in General Orders No. 3 2, AGO, NC, dated November 
16, 1939, with his Battalion is detached from the Battalion for the period 
of additional field training and will report for field training to — Colonel 
Hodge A. Newell, MC, at Henderson, N. C, for training with the 105th 
Medical Regiment, NC. NG., November 26 to December 2, 1939. 

3. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 135 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders November 22, 1939. 

No. 36% 

1. The following officers, State Staff, will take part of their seven 
days' additional Field Training at places and dates, as follows: 

Lt. Col. Gordon Smith Fort Bragg, N. C, November 22-25, 1939. 

Major Michael H. Austell Fort Bragg, N. C, November 22-25, 1939. 

Major Michael H. Austell Macon, Ga., December 7-9, 1939. 

2. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders November 24, 1939. 

No. 37 

1. So much of General Orders No. 3 2, Adjutant General's Department, 
North Carolina, November 16, 1939, as refers to place and date for addi- 
tional Field Training of the Hq. Co. 3rd Bn., 120th Infantry, NC. NG., is 
rescinded and in lieu thereof this company will go into its Field Training 
January 7-13, 1940, with quarters at its home station Asheboro, N. C. 

2. Dates and places of additional Field Training for the following 
units, 120th Infantry, NC. NG., in accordance with provisions of General 
Orders No. 32, AGO, NC, November 16, 1939, are announced: 

Company H December 3-9, 1939 Waynesville, N. C. 

Company I December 2-8, 1939 Wilmington, N. C. 

Company K November 26- 

December 2, 1939 Fair Grounds, Shelby, N. C. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders - November 30, 1939. 

No. 38 

1. Pursuant to instructions contained in communication from the 
Chief NGB November 14, 1939 to the Adjutant General North Carolina, 
the following redesignations of units of the 105th Medical Regiment are 
announced, effective December 1, 1939:- 

Company F 2nd Bn. to be Company D. 

Company I 3rd Bn. to be Company G. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



136 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders November 30, 1939. 

No. 39 

1. Pursuant to instructions contained in communication from the 
Chief, National Guard Bureau, War Department, Washington, D. C, 
November 24, 1939, to the Adjutant General North Carolina, the following 
redesignation of a unit of the 10 5th Medical Regiment, is announced, 
effective December 1, 1939:- 

Service Company, 105th Medical Regiment, NC. NG., to 

Headquarters and Service Company, 

105th Medical Regiment, NC. NG., 

station Henderson, N. C. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders December 13, 1939. 

No. 40 

1. Dates and places of additional Field Training for the following 
organizations and Units of the North Carolina National Guard, in ac- 
cordance with provisions of General Order No. 3 2, AGO, NC, November 
16, 1939 are announced: 

Company A, 105th Quartermaster Regiment Dec. 31, 1939-Jan. 6, 1940 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 

Capt. James B. Cole, Staff, 105th Qm. Regt Dec. 31, 1939-Jan. 6, 1940 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 

105th Engineer Regiment Dec. 31, 1939-Jan. 6, 1940 

Armory, Charlotte, North Carolina. 

Company A, 120th Infantry January 7-13, 1940 

Armory, Henderson, N. C. 

Company D, 120th Infantry January 7-13, 1940 

Armory, Henderson, N. C. 

State Detachment, Q.M.C January 14-20, 1940 

Arsenal, Raleigh, N. C. 
Major James C. Dempsey, IGD., SS 
Major Arthur L. Fletcher, JAGD., SS 
Major Murray P. Whichard, MC, SS 
Captain Thomas H. Upton, FD., SS 
Captain Osborn S. Slaunwhite, QMC, SS 
Captain Charles R. Jonas, IGD., SS 



Report of The Adjutant General 137 

2. The following officers are authorized training as follows: 

a. Brig. Gen. J. Van B. Metts, The Adjutant General, North 
Carolina. 

Fort Bragg, N. C. (113th F.A.), Nov. 23, 1939. 
Wilson, N. C. (units 120th Inf.), Nov. 28, 29, 1939. 
Henderson, N. C. (105th Med. Regt.), Nov. 30, 1939. 
Concord, N. C. (Bn 120th Inf.), Dec. 7, 8, 1939. 
Charlotte, N. C. (105th Engrs.), one (1) day between Dec. 
31, 1939 and January 6, 1940. 

b. Lt. Col. Gordon Smith, U.S. P. & D.O., N.C., State Staff. 

Fort Bragg, N. C. (113th F.A.), Nov. 22, 23, 24, 25, 1939. 
Charlotte, N. C. (10 5th Eng.), Three (3) days between Dec. 
31, 1939 and January 6, 1940. 

c. Major Michael H. Austell, State Staff. 

Fort Bragg, N. C. (113th F.A.), Nov. 22, 23, 24, 25, 1939. 
Macon Georgia, (Div. & Brig. Hq.), Dec. 7, 8, 9, 1939. 

3. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders December 14, 193 9. 

No. 41 

SCHEDULE OF TRAIN MOVEMENTS, 
ADDITIONAL CAMPS OF INSTRUCTION, 1939 

Company E, 105th Engineers 
1939 

Dec. 31 Lv. Asheville, N. C So. Ry. No. 36 5:30 A.M. 

Ar. Charlotte, N. C So. Ry. No. 1 11:35 A.M. 

Equipment: 2 Coaches and 1 baggage car. 

Return on January 6, 1940 to be arranged by the CO, Co. E, 105th Engr. 

1. The senior officer present on the train will be in command and will 
be responsible for the conduct of the troops to and from camps. Guards 
will be kept on doors and the men prevented from leaving the coaches 
except when so ordered by proper authority. Special attention will be 
paid to transportation equipment and responsible officers will take the 
necessary steps to prevent any damages thereto. 

2. Return movement of troops will be arranged by the commanding 
officer of troops. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



138 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders December 15, 1939. 

No. 42 

1. So much of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 32, the Adjutant 
General's Department, November 16, 1939, as authorizes additional field 
training for 1st Lt. Paul J. Dishner, 1st Bn. 252d Coast Artillery, with the 
2nd Bn. at Greensboro, North Carolina, is hereby rescinded and authority 
for training with the 1st Bn. in the vicinity of Raeford, North Carolina, is 
directed in lieu thereof. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders December 19, 1939. 

No. 43 

1. So much of General Orders No. 3 2. The Adjutant General's Depart- 
ment, N. C, as authorizes and directs additional field training for the 
Commanding Officer, 252nd Coast Artillery, (TD) NC. NG. Regiment is 
amended to authorize and direct training, as follows:- 

Vicinity of Wilmington, N. C November 26. 1939. 

Vicinity of Greensboro, N. C December 9 and 10, 1939. 

Vicinity of Raeford, N. C December 11 and 12, 1939. 

Vicinity of Wilmington, N. C two (2) days between January 

6 and 14. 1940. 

2. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders December 30, 1939. 

No. 4 4 

1. So much of paragraph 1, General Orders No. 40, A.G.D., N.C., 
December 13, 1939 as announces place and date of additional field training 
of the 105th Engineers at Charlotte, N. C. December 31, 1939-January 6, 
1940, is hereby rescinded, due to recommendation of the State Health 
Officer on account of the reported prevalence of influenza in Charlotte. 



Report of The Adjutant General 139 

Plans for additional field training of the Regiment will be announced 
later. 

2. So much of paragraphs 2 (a) and 2 (b), General Orders No. 40, 
A.G.D., N.C., December 13, 1939 as authorizes Brigadier General J. Van 
B. Metts, The Adjutant General, N. C., and Lt. Col. Gordon Smith, U.S. P. 
& D.O., N.C., State Staff, field training with the 105th Engineers at 
Charlotte, N. C. between December 31, 1939 and January 6, 1940 is 
rescinded and in lieu thereof the following is announced: 

(a) Brig. Gen. J. Van B. Metts, The Adjutant General, N.C., 
Henderson, N. C. (Bn. 120th Infantry) one (1) day between 
January 7-13, 1940. 

(b) Lt. Col. Gordon Smith, U.S.P. & D.O., N. C, State Staff, 
Henderson, N. C. (Bn. 120th Infantry) three (3) days between 
January 7-13, 1940. 

3. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



GENERAL ORDERS— 1940 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders January 9, 1940. 

No. 1 

1. Pursuant to Table of Organization No. 8-13 NG, October 6, 1939, 
and recommendation of the Commanding Officer, 105th Medical Regiment 
and Division Surgeon, 1st Lieutenant Clarence E. Greene, MAC, Head- 
quarters and Service Company, 10 5th Medical Regiment, NC. NG., station 
Henderson, N. C, is transferred to the Division Surgeon's Office, 30th 
Division, effective this date. 

2. Pursuant to Table of Organization No. 8-11 NG, October 6, 1939, 
and communication from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, December 8, 
1939, to the Adjutant General, North Carolina, (NGB 325.4 NC-3) and 
subsequent indorsements affecting changes in the Regimental Staff, 105th 
Medical Regiment and the Division Surgeon's Office, 30th Division, the 
following is announced, effective this date: 

Colonel Hodge A. Newell, MC, Regimental Commander and Division 

Surgeon. 
Regimental Staff: 

Lt. Col. Edwin F. Fenner, MC, Executive. 

Lt. Col. Robert E. Gribbin, Chaplain. 

Major — Plans and Training Officer, allotted to State of Georgia. 

Captain Thomas B. Royster, MAC, Adjutant. 

Division Surgeon's Office: 

Major James H. Wheeler, MC, Division Medical Inspector. 
Major Irby H. Hoyle, DC, Division Dental Officer. 
1st Lt. Clarence E. Greene, MAC, Office Executive. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders January 12, 1940. 

No. 2 

1. Pursuant to letters of Instruction, based upon a War Department 
Directive dated October 13, 1939, from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, 
October 14, 1939 and November 19, 1939, covering additional Field Train- 
ing for the National Guard, prior to January 31, 1940, the 105th Engineer 
Regiment, North Carolina National Guard will go into Field Training 
January 21-27, 1940 as follows: 



Report of The Adjutant General 141 

Charlotte, N. C. (Armory) Regimental Headquarters 

Hq. & Service Co. (less detachments) 
Medical Dept. Det. (less sections) 

Salisbury, N. C. (Armory) Headquarters 1st Bn. 

Company A 

Company C 

Company F 

Detachment Hq. & Ser. Company 

Detachment, Med. Dept. Detachment 

Morganton, N. C. (Armory) Headquarters 2nd Bn. 

Company B 

Company D 

Company E 

Detch. Hq. & Ser. Company 

Detch. Med. Dept. Detachment 

2. a. Captain Wiley M. Pickens, Co. D, will assume command of 
troops at Morganton, N. C. 

b. Major Thomas Craven, MC, will report with Regimental Head- 
quarters at Charlotte, N. C. 

c. Captain William A. Brewton, MC, station Enka, N. C, will re- 
port for training with troops at Morganton, N. C. and will assume com- 
mand of the section of the Medical Department Detachment thereat. 

d. Captain Charlie H. Harrill, DC, station Lincolnton, N. C. will 
report with troops at Salisbury, N. C. and will assume command of the 
Section, Medical Dept, Detachment thereat. 

e. The Regimental Commander will designate the officer personnel 
of the Hq. & Ser. Co. to command the Detachments Hq. & Ser. Co. at the 
respective camps and the number of men of the Hq. & Ser. Co. and of the 
Med. Dept. Det. to be assigned each camp for training. 

3. The Provisions of paragraphs 2-15, General Orders No. 3 2, The 
Adjutant General's Department, November 16, 193 9 will govern. 

4. Orders pertaining to Rail and Truck Movement of troops -will issue 
later. 

5. All orders in conflict herewith are revoked. 

6. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders January 15, 1940. 

No. 3 

1. General Orders No. 41, Adjutant General's Department, North 
Carolina, December 14, 1939 is hereby rescinded and in lieu thereof the 
following is announced: 



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SCHEDULE OF TRAIN MOVEMENTS, 
ADDITIONAL CAMPS OF INSTRUCTION, 1940 

Company E, 105th Engineers 

1940 

Jan. 21 Lv. Asheville, N. C So. Ry. No. 36 5:30 A.M. 

Ar. Morganton, N. C So. Ry. No. 36 7:22 A.M. 

Equipment: 2 Coaches and 1 baggage car. 

Return on January 27, 1940 to be arranged by the CO, Co. E, 105th Engrs. 

2. The senior officer present on the train will be in command and will 
be responsible for the conduct of the troops to and from camps. Guards 
will be kept on doors and the men prevented from leaving the coaches 
except when so ordered by proper authority. Special attention will be 
paid to transportation equipment and responsible officers will take the 
necessary steps to prevent any damage thereto. 

3. Return movement of troops will be arranged by the Commanding 
Officer of troops. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

General Orders January 22, 1940. 

No. 4. 

1. The 1940 Annual Armory Inspection of the North Carolina National 
Guard, in accordance with the provisions of Section 93, National Defense 
Act, as amended, and letter NG 333, 45-Gen-40, Hq 4th CA, December 4, 
1939 will be conducted, as provided in Section II, NGR 48, January 18, 
1934, by officers of the Regular Army detailed by the Commanding Gen- 
eral, Fourth Corps Area. The itinerary and the names of the Inspecting 
Officers are given in paragraph 10 of this order. Time of arrival of In- 
specting Officers will be transmitted to organizations as soon as practicable. 
Upon their arrival, unit commanders will report by phone or in person. 

2. The inspection will be made a formal occasion. The primary ob- 
jects of the inspection are enumerated in paragraph 8, NGR 48. The in- 
spection of the training of the unit or headquarters will be confined to 
objectives prescribed in the program of the next higher commander, and 
which should have been scheduled previous to the inspection, and in addi- 
tion, such other training as the unit or headquarters commander may have 
scheduled previous to the inspection. Unit and headquarters commanders 
should be prepared to demonstrate the state of training achieved in 
scheduled subjects by presenting for the inspector a previously planned 
and rehearsed schedule, after or during which the inspector may ask to 
see such phases of the schedule repeated, or such other training as has 
been laid down under schedules of the unit, as he may desire. The in- 
spector will base his report on these subjects and no other. The planned 



Report of The Adjutant General 143 

demonstration of the training of the unit as a whole, including the repe- 
tition of certain phases of training, or other training covered in schedule, 
as the inspector may desire to see, should not exceed the normal drill time. 

3. Attendance at inspection is compulsory. A report of all absentees 
from inspection by reason of unavoidable causes, such as sickness, etc., 
will be rendered to the Inspection Officer. Absentees without leave of 
absence or on furlough will be dealt with in accordance with the law. 
Officers and enlisted men temporarily absent from their home stations at 
the muster and inspection of their organizations may be attached, for 
inspection, to any other organization, provided necessary arrangements 
are made with The Adjutant General by the immediate commanding officers 
and notice given the Inspector to whom they are to report. 

4. The inspection of personnel will be made beginning at 8:00 P. M., 
on the date named herein. Field and Staff Officers whose station is that of 
their respective headquarters will report for inspection with the head- 
quarters personnel. Hours of inspection may be changed after consul- 
tation between the Inspecting Officer and the unit commander. The or- 
ganization commander, caretaker, and supply sergeant to be present at 
the armory at such time in the afternoon as the Inspecting Officer may 
designate and all individual lockers opened and the field range set up. The 
first sergeant and company clerk to be present at the armory at the desig- 
nated time in the afternoon for administrative inspection. 

5. All property, arms, clothing, and equipment, will be thoroughly 
cleaned and put in good condition. Sealed boxes or cases need not be 
opened. Property in supply rooms and in individual lockers will be 
neatly and carefully arranged, that the Inspecting Officer may see its 
general condition and may count and check it easily and without loss of 
time. Items mentioned on spot inventory will be arranged as requested 
by the Inspecting Officer. 

6. All records required by National Guard Regulations, or other War 
Department authority, will be fully written up and accessible. The files 
of retained enlistment and physical examination papers of enlisted men 
for the entire personnel at the time of the inspection must be conven- 
iently arranged in case information of this nature is desired. 

7. The service uniform will be worn. Regimental and Separate Unit 
Commanders will prescribe the details of the uniform for his command, 
considering the availability of breeches, slacks, boots, shoes and leggins in 
possession of the respective units. Officers will be uniformed the same as 
troops of the command, with saber. 

8. Inspecting Officers are requested to inspect Motor Vehicle Service 
Record Books of those units having motor vehicles. (QMC Form 248). 

9. Unit commanders will be ready to state what steps they have taken 
to carry out the 1940 Major Effort; Field and Staff Officers what they are 
doing (AEC work) to qualify for armory drill pay; and applicable officers 
what steps they have taken to overcome their deficiencies, noted in 1938 
Armory and Field Inspection Reports. 

10. Inspecting Officers and dates for Inspections. 



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Major Roscoe A. D. Stanis, INF., Charleston, S. C. 
120th Infantry 

Mon Feb 12 — Company I, Inf. Wilmington 

Captain Charles R. Blcmme, ADC. 30th Div. 

Tue Feb 13 — Company M, Inf. Wilson 

1st Lt. Joshua E. Paschall, Adj. 1st Bn., 105th Q.M. 

Wed Feb 14 — Company B, Inf. Warrenton 

Headquarters 1st Bn., Inf Warrenton 

Thu Feb 15 — Headquarters Company, 1st Bn., Inf Oxford 

Fri Feb 16 — Company C, Inf Henderson 

Headquarters 1st Bn., 105th QM Henderson 

Major James C. Cooper, P&TO , Inf. 

Captain Sidney E. Jennette, Adj. Regt. Hq. Engrs. 

Sat Feb 17 — Company L, Inf Parkton 

Mon Feb 19 — Regimental Headquarters, Inf Raleigh 

State Staff Corps & Departments Raleigh 

Quartermaster Detachment Raleigh 

Major Arthur L. Fletcher, JAGD., SS. 
Major James C. Dempsey, Insp. Genl., SS. 

Tue Feb 20 — Service Company, Inf Raleigh 

Captain Kenneth A. Kirby, Adj. 60th Brig. 
Captain Charles F Williams, MC. 
Captain Harold \V. Glascock, Jr., MC 

Wed Feb 21 — Hq. & Hq. Det. (Insp. Sec.) 30th Div Durham 

Company D, Inf Durham 

Lt. Col. William Hones 

Captain James B. Cole, P&TO., 105th Q.M. 

Headquarters 1st Bn., Engrs. (Maj. P. P. Phillips) Durham 

Thu Feb 22 — Headquarters 60th Brigade Graham 

1st Lt. Charles B. Aycock, ABC. 60th Brig. 

Medical Department Detachment. Graham 

Fri Feb 23 — Company A, Inf Burlington 

Lt. Col. Win. V. Copeland, Ex.O., Inf. 

Mon Feb 26 — Company G, Inf Winston-Salem 

Tue Feb 27 — Company A, 105th QM. Regt Winston-Salem 

Wed Feb 28 — Communication Platoon Hdq. Co. Inf Reidsville 

Thu Feb 29 — Headquarters Company, 60th Brigade Leaksville 

Fri Mch 1 — Headquarters Company, 3d Bn., Inf Asheboro 

Captain James G. Crutchfleld, D.C. 

Mon Mch 4 — Headquarters Company, 2nd Bn., Inf Albemarle 

Tue Mch 5 — Company E, Inf Concord 

Wed Mch 6 — Company F, Inf Charlotte 

Major Paul R. Younts, Ex.O. 60th Brig. 

Thu Mch 7 — Headquarters 2nd Bn., Inf Gastonia 

Headquarters Co. (less Com. Plat.) Inf Gastonia 

Fri Mch 8 — Company K, Inf Shelby 

Headquarters 3rd Bn., Inf Shelby 

Sat Mch 9 — Company H, Inf Waynesville 

Major William H. Quarterman, F. A., Savannah, Ga. 
113th Field Artillery 

Mon Mch 11 — Hq. B. & CT 3d Bn., F. A Lenoir 

Tue Mch 12 — Headquarters 3d Bn., F. A Monroe 

1st Lt. Somers Scull Smith, 1st Bn. F.A. 
Battery F, F. A Monroe 



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Wed Mch 13 — Battery E, F. A Sanford 

Major Eugene Alexander, Chaplain, L05th Engrs. 

14 — Headquarters Battery, F. A Dunn 

15 — Hq. B & CT 2nd Bn., F. A Smithfield 

Captain Win. A. Koyall, Adj. 2nd Bn , F.A. 

16 — Hq. B & CT 1st Bn., F. A Youngsville 

17 — Regimental Headquarters, F. A Raleigh 

Captain Gaither F. Hale, D.C. 

Captain Joe B. Linker, Adj. Regt. Hq. 

Captain Frederick C. Shepard. Adj. 1st Bn., F.A. 

18 — Medical Department Det., F. A Wake Forest 

Major Herbert M. Vann, M.C. 

19 — Hq. 1st Bn., F. A Louisburg 

Battery B, F. A Louisburg 

1st Lt. James B. Wheless, M.C. 
Wed Mch 20 — Battery A, F. A Greenville 

Captain Eppie C. Powell, M.C. 

Captain Theo. K. Fountain, Inf. 

Captain Win. H. R. Jackson, Chaplain, Inf. 

1st Lt. Robert A. Eason, Ln. O., 1st Bn., F.A. 

Thu Mch 21 — Battery C, F. A Washington 

Fri Mch 22 — Headquarters 2nd Bn., F. A New Bern 

Battery D, F. A New Bern 

Maj. Albert T. Willis, Ex. Off , F.A. 

Sat Mch 23 — Service Battery, F. A Kinston 

Lt. Col. Frank W. Young, M. C, New Orleans, La. 

105th Medical Regiment 

Mon Mch 25 — Regtl. Hq., Med. Regt Henderson 

Captain Thomas B. Royster, Adj. Regt. Hq. 

Hq. & Service Co. Med. Regt Henderson 

Tue Mch 26 — Hq. 2nd Bn. & Co. G, Med Madison 

Wed Mch 27 — Company D, Med Edenton 

Thu Mch 28 — Company A, Med Wilmington 

Major John F. Zajicek, C. E., Huntsville, Ala. 

105th Engineers 

Mon Apr 8 — Headquarters 2nd Bn., Engrs Asheville 

Company E, Engrs Asheville 

Lt. Col. Robert E. Gribbin, Chaplain, 105th Med. 
Captain Wm. A. Brewton, MC. 

Tue Apr 9 — Company B, Engrs Morganton 

1st Lt. Samuel B. Howard, 3d Bn. F.A. 

Wed Apr 10 — Company A, Engrs No. Wilkesboro 

Thu Apr 11 — Company F, Engrs Statesville 

Fri Apr 12 — Company C, Engrs Salisbury 

Sat Apr 13 — Company D, Engrs Lincolnton 

Captain Charles R. Jonas, S.S. 
Captain Charlie H. Harrill, DC. 

Mon Apr 15 — Regimental Headquarters, Engrs Charlotte 

Colonel Graham K. Hobbs, CO. Engrs. 

1st Lt. Warren O. Cochrane, Adj. 1st Bn. Engrs. 

Headquarters & Service Co., Engrs Charlotte 

Medical Department Detachment, Engrs Charlotte 

Hq. & Hq. Det. (Finance Sec.) 30th Div Charlotte 



146 Report of The Adjutant General 

Colonel Thomas K. Spencer, Sig. C, Atlanta, Ga. 

Mon Mch 11 — 30th Signal Company Canton 

Signal Section, Hq. & Hq. Det. 30th Div Canton 

Major Murray P. Whichard, MC, SS. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Geneeal Orders January 23, 1940. 

No. 5 

1. A General Court Martial is appointed to meet at the National Guard 
Armory, Charlotte, North Carolina on January 26, 1940. at 10:00 A.M., 
or as soon thereafter as practical for the trial of Private Charlie M. Taylor, 
Company F, 120th Infantry, NC. NG., Charlotte, N. C, under charges 
preferred under Articles of War No. 54 and 84. 

DETAIL FOR THE BOARD 
Lt. Col. Marion B. Fowler, 30th Div. Staff, NC.NG., Durham, N. C. 
Major Peyton McSwain, 120th Infantry, NC.NG., Law Member, 

Shelby, N. C. 
Captain Charles N. Alston, 120th Infantry, NC.NG., Concord, N. C. 
Captain Henry C. Long, 120th Infantry, NC.NG., Shelby, N. C. 
1st Lt. George P. Ritchie, 120th Infantry, NC.NG., Concord, N. C. 
1st Lt. Somers S. Smith, 113th Field Artillery, NC.NG., 

Charlotte, N. C. 
Major Stephen B. Dolley, 120th Infantry, NC.NG., Judge Advocate, 

Gastonia, N. C. 
Captain Lee James Best, 113th Field Artillery, NC.NG., Defense 

Counsel, Dunn, N. C. 

2. The prescribed service uniform, with trousers, less side arms, will 
be worn by members of the Court. 

3. The employment of a stenographer is authorized. 

4. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders January 23, 1940. 

No. 6 

1. Charges preferred against Private Charles M. Taylor, Company F, 
120th Infantry, North Carolina National Guard, under Articles of War 



Report of The Adjutant General 147 

Number 54 and 84, are referred for trial to General Court appointed under 
General Orders No. 5, The Adjutant General's Department, North Caro- 
lina, dated January 23, 1940. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders January 31, 1940. 

No. 7 

1. Pursuant to par. 21, NGR 45, and Section 109, National Defense 
Act, the following appropriate duties for Field and Staff Officers, NC.NG., 
to entitle such officers to the equivalent of armory drill pay, as provided 
in regulations are announced: 

a. Brigade, Regimental and Separate Battalion Commanders: 

Army Extension Courses in part or full qualification in work com- 
mensurate with their commands (exclusive of the "Administration 
functions" specifically referred to in Section 109 National Defense 
Act and set forth in paragraph 63, National Guard Regulations 45) 
and/or conducting or attendance at schools and drills. 

b. All Other Field and Staff Officers: 

Army Extension Courses, full required time; except that qualifica- 
tion for other equivalent duties performed is authorized when such 
equivalent duties are deemed by the Instructor concerned with 
certifying to payrolls, appropriate duties, commensurate with the 
officer's grade and branch. Such equivalent duties shall not exceed 
fifty (50) per cent of the required time or duties in each payroll 
quarter. The following are considered equivalent duties: 

(1) Attendance at drills when the officer takes some definite part 
in the drill or instruction. 

(2) Student or Instructor at organized schools, either officer's or 
non-commissioned officer's schools. 

(3) Other special military work commensurate with the officer's 
grade and branch. 

2. Six (6) hours per month or eighteen (18) hours per payroll 
quarter is the minimum requirement of appropriate duties performed to 
entitle the Field or Staff Officers to the equivalent of armory drill pay, as 
provided in Regulations. 

3. Field and Staff Officers qualifying for pay, in full or in part, 
through duties performed, other than on Army Extension Courses, as 
provided in paragraph 1, hereof, will report at the end of each month, to 
the Instructor concerned, on W.D. Form 107, the equivalent duty or duties 
performed and the number of hours. 

4. All orders in conflict herewith are hereby rescinded. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



148 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 14, 1940. 

No. 8 

1. So much of paragraph 10, General Orders No. 4, The Adjutant 
General's Department, N. C, January 22, 1940, as directs Lieutenant 
Colonel William Hones to report for the Annual Armory Inspection at 
Durham, N. C, Wednesday, February 21, 1940, is rescinded and in lieu 
thereof Lieutenant Colonel William Hones will report with Regimental 
Headquarters, 120th Infantry at Raleigh, N. C, Monday, February 19, 
1940. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders February 14, 1940. 

No. 9 

1. So much of paragraph 10, General Orders No. 4, The Adjutant 
General's Department, N. C, January 22, 1940, as directs Captain Theodore 
E. Fountain, Infantry, to report for the Annual Armory Inspection at 
Greenville, N. C, Wednesday, March 20, 1940, is rescinded and in lieu 
thereof Captain Theodore E. Fountain will report with Regimental Head- 
quarters, 120th Infantry at Raleigh, N. C, Monday, February 19, 1940. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 12, 1940. 

No. 10 

1. So much of paragraph 10, General Orders No. 4, The Adjutant 
General's Department, January 22, 1940, as directs certain officers and 
units of the National Guard to report for Annual Armory Inspection i& 
amended, as follows: 

Major Herbert M. Vann, MC, 113th FA. NC. NG., to report on 
March 17, 1940 with Regimental Headquarters, 113th FA. NC. 
NG., Raleigh, N. C. 
1st Lt. James B. Wheless, MC, 113th FA. NC. NG., to report on 
March 18, 1940 with Medical Department Detachment, 113th 
FA. NC. NG., Wake Forest, N. C. 



Report of The Adjutant General 149 

Regimental Headquarters, 105th Engineers, NC. NG., 

Colonel Graham K. Hobbs, CO, Engrs., 

1st Lt. Warren O. Cochrane, Adj. 1st Bn. Engrs., 
Hq. and Serv. Co., 105th Engineers, NC. NG. 
Hq. & Hq. Det. (Finance Sec.) 30th Div., NC. NG. 

all report on Sunday, April 14, 1940. 
Major Paul R. Younts, Ex.O. 60th Brigade, NC. NG., to report on 

Sunday, April 14, 1940, with Regimental Headquarters, 105th 

Engineers, NC. NG. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 19, 1940. 

No. 11 

1. So much of paragraph 10, General Orders No. 4, The Adjutant 
General's Department, N. C, January 22, 1940, as directs Major Eugene 
Alexander, Chaplain, 105th Engineers, NC. NG., to report for the Annual 
Armory Inspection at Sanford, N. C, Wednesday, March 13, 1940, is 
rescinded and in lieu thereof Major Eugene Alexander will report with 
Company C, 105th Engineers, NC. NG., in Salisbury, N. C, on Friday, 
April 12, 1940. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 26, 1940. 

No. 12 

1. Pursuant to letter from the Chief, National Guard Bureau to the 
Adjutant General, North Carolina, March 12, 1940 (325.4 (CA) N. Caro- 
lina-22) and with reference to Tables of Organization 4-31 NG, 4-32 NG, 
4-33 NG, 4-35 NG, 4-36 NG, 4-37 NG, approved January 11, 1940 and 
effective March 15, 1940. The 252d Coast Artillery (TD) Regiment is 
redesignated the "252d Coast Artillery (155-mm Gun) Regiment." The 
attention of and compliance by all concerned, with the Tables of Organi- 
zation mentioned, are directed. 

2. Attention is invited to the following changes: 

The Band Section, Service Battery, 252d Coast Artillery becomes a 
separate unit and is designated Band, 252d Coast Artillery (155-mm 
Gun) Regiment. 



150 Report of The Adjutant General 

The Service Battery (less Band Section) is redesignated the Service 
Battery, 252d Coast Artillery (155-mm Gun) Regiment. 
The three Headquarters Batteries and Combat Trains are redesig- 
nated respectively The Headquarters Battery, 1st Bn., 2nd Bn., 3rd 
Bn., 252d Coast Artillery (155-mm Gun) Regiment. 
3. This order, embodying changes, will become effective as of March 
15, 1940. The Commanding Officer, 252d Coast Artillery (155-mm Gun) 
Regiment will advise The Adjutant General, North Carolina, of the re- 
designation and changes when accomplished. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 26, 1940. 

No. 13 

1. Pursuant to letter from the Chief, National Guard Bureau, to the 
Adjutant General, North Carolina, March 21, 1940, (325.4 (Inf.) N. C.-19), 
units of the 120th Infantry, NC.NG., are redesignated as follows, effective 
May 1, 1940: 

Redesignate : As : 

Headquarters, 120th Infantry Headquarters, 120th Infantry 

(Rifle) 
Band Section, Service Company, Band, 120th Infantry (Rifle) 

120th Infantry 

Medical Department Detachment, Medical Detachment, 120th 

120th Infantry Infantry (Rifle) 

Headquarters Company, 1st Bat- Headquarters Detachment, 1st Bat- 

talion, 120th Infantry talion 120th Infantry (Rifle) 

Headquarters Company, 2nd Bat- Headquarters Detachment, 2nd Bat- 

talion, 120th Infantry talion, 120th Infantry (Rifle) 

Headquarters Company, 3rd Bat- Headquarters Detachment, 3rd Bat- 

talion, 120th Infantry talion, 120th Infantry (Rifle) 

2. Tables of Organization redesignate Machine Gun units as Heavy 
Weapons Companies. The Band becomes a separate unit; and Battalion 
Headquarters Companies become Battalion Headquarters Detachments. 

3. Reference is made to Tables of Organization all dated January 11, 
1940: 7-11 NG, 7-12 NG, 7-13 NG, 7-14 NG, 7-15 NG, 7-16 NG, 7-17 NG, 
7-18 NG. 

4. The Commanding Officer, 120th Infantry, will advise The Adjutant 
General, North Carolina, of the completion of the redesignation and 
changes as of May 1, 1940. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 151 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 27, 1940. 

No. 14 

1. So much of paragraph 10, General Orders No. 4, The Adjutant 
General's Department, N. C, January 22, 1940, as directs Captain Thomas 
B. Royster, MAC, Adjutant, 105th Medical Regiment, NC. NG., to report 
to the Annual Armory Inspection at Henderson, N. C, Monday, March 25, 
1940, is rescinded and in lieu thereof Captain Royster will report to Lt. 
Col. Frank W. Young, M. C, USA., at New Orleans, La. on or about April 
4-6, 1940. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders March 28, 1940. 

No. 15 

1. Under the provisions of paragraph 54(a) National Guard Regu- 
lations-25, the Commanding Officer, Battery A. 113th Field Artillery, 
NC. NG., Greenville, N. C, is hereby directed to drop the following named 
enlisted man from the rolls of his organization as a deserter: 

LLOYD P. BELL, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named man in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders April 16, 1940. 

No. 16 

1. Pursuant to paragraph 21. National Guard Regulations 45 and 
Section 109, National Defense Act, the following will govern appropriate 
duties for Field and Staff officers, N.C.N.G.. to entitle such officers to the 
equivalent of Armory Drill Pay, as provided in Regulations: 



152 Report of The Adjutant General 

a. Brigade and Regimental Commanders: Army Extension 
courses, or part or full qualification in duties commensurate 
with their commands (exclusive of the "administrative func- 
tions" specifically referred to in Section 109, National Defense 
Act and set forth in paragraph 63, National Guard Regulations 
45) and/or conducting or attendance at schools and drills. 

b. All other Field and Staff Officers: A minimum of 5 hours per 
payroll quarter, being 20 hours total minimum per year, in 
completion of Army Extension Courses and such other equiva- 
lent and appropriate duties (exclusive of the "administrative 
functions" specifically referred to in Section 109, National 
Defense Act and set forth in paragraph 63, National Guard 
Regulations 45) and/or attendance at or conducting schools 
and drills. 

c. The minimum of twenty (20) hours A.E.C. work as per sub- 
paragraph b, above, will not govern as to full requirements in 
all cases. The Brigade, Regimental or separate Battalion Com- 
mander concerned will familiarize himself with the require- 
ments of his officers and will direct, in orders, the number of 
hours of A.E.C. work to be accomplished within the quarter 
and year, for each Field and Staff Officer of his command, as 
in his judgment is necessary. In other words, a minimum of 
five (5) hours per quarter or twenty (20) per year is only 
prescribed in order to take care of exceptional cases and except 
in these cases A.E.C. work should be performed on the basis of 
full required time within the quarter and year or such part of 
the full time as Brigade or Regimental commanders concerned 
consider necessary to the training of the officer. It is con- 
sidered that the majority of officers will require an average of 
fifty per cent (50%) study of A.E.C, or more. A copy of such 
orders will be furnished the Instructor concerned with the pay 
rolls and Forms 100, and a copy to the Adjutant General, 
North Carolina. 

d. The Instructor concerned is requested to furnish information, 
at the end of each pay roll quarter, to the Brigade, Regimental 
or Separate Battalion Commander, as to the number of hours 
accomplished and the courses completed by Field and Staff 
officers, whose A.E.C. and pay roll he checks. 

e. Allowance of credits for pay, for performance of other appro- 
priate duties, will be determined by the Instructor, who checks 
and is concerned with certifying to the pay roll. The following 
are considered equivalent duties: 

(1) Attendance at drills when the officer takes some definite 
part in the drill or instruction; physically examines re- 
cruits or other substantial duties. 

(2) Student or Instructor at organized schools, either officers' 
or non-commissioned officers' schools. 

(3) Other special military work commensurate with the officer's 
grade and branch. 

Brigade, Regimental and separate Battalion Commanders hav- 
ing, at times, certain other appropriate duties for assignment 



Report of The Adjutant General 153 

to a Field or Staff officer of his command should advise the 
Instructor of such assignment. 

2. Brigade, Regimental and Separate Battalion Commanders will deal 
directly with the Instructor who checks his pay roll. 

3. The State Staff will continue study of A.E.C., Selective Service and 
appropriate duties as now prescribed and any exceptional cases will be 
handled by The Adjutant General. 

4. Six (6) hours per month or eighteen (18) hours per pay roll 
quarter is the minimum requirement of appropriate duties performed to 
entitle the Field or Staff Officers to the equivalent of armory drill pay, as 
provided in Regulations. This is based upon the forty-eight (48) pay 
drills per annum authorized by the National Guard Bureau for this present 
fiscal year. 

5. Field and Staff Officers qualifying for pay, in full or in part, 
through duties performed, other than on Army Extension Courses, as 
provided in paragraph 1, hereof, will report at the end of each month to 
the Instructor concerned, on W.D. Form 107, the equivalent duty or duties 
performed and the number of hours, giving a detailed statement on Form 
107 as to type or kind of duty performed. 

6. All orders in conflict herewith are hereby rescinded. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders April 26, 1940. 

No. 17 

1. Pursuant to T/O 4-36 NG, January 11, 1940, the following transfers 
of officers of the 252d Coast Artillery (155mm Gun) Regiment, North 
Carolina National Guard, are announced, effective this date: 

2nd Lieutenant George Graham Dickson to — Staff 1st Battalion 

Headquarters Battery, 1st Battalion, 

252d CA. NC. NG., station Raeford, N. C. 

2nd Lieutenant William Jacob Lindemann to — Staff 2nd Battalion 

Headquarters Battery, 2nd Battalion, 

252d CA. NC. NG., station Greensboro, N. C. 

2nd Lieutenant David John Caldwell to — Staff 3rd Battalion 

Headquarters Battery, 3rd Battalion, 

252d CA. NC. NG., station High Point, N. C. 

2. Pursuant to request in letter from the Commanding Officer, 2 5 2d 
Coast Artillery, (155mm Gun) Regiment, NC.NG., to The Adjutant 
General, N. C, April 23, 1940, the commanding officers and staffs of the 
three Battalions of the Regiment and their assignments to duty therewith 
are announced, effective this date: 



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First Battalion Staff 

Major McCulloch Brogden Wilson Commanding 

Captain Julian Hubert Blue Executive & Adjutant 

1st Lt. Paul Jennings Dishner Reconnaissance Officer 

1st Lt. Harrison Matthews Symmes Plans & Training Officer 

2nd Lt. George Graham Dickson Int. & Liaison Officer 

Second Battalion Staff 

Major Ralph Leonard Lewis Commanding 

Captain Oscar Ivey Wrenn Executive & Adjutant 

1st Lt. John Edward Ford Plans & Training Officer 

2nd Lt. Herman Huie Aderhold Reconnaissance Officer 

2nd Lt. William Jacob Lindemann Int. & Liaison Officer 

Third Battalion Staff 

Major James Byron McCumber Commanding 

Captain Cecil Lawton Matthes Executive & Adjutant 

1st Lt. Allen Munsey Sell Reconnaissance Officer 

1st Lt. William Henry Hancammon, Jr Plans & Training Officer 

2nd Lt. David John Caldwell Int. & Liaison Officer 

3. Officers concerned will report by letter or in person to their 
respective commanding officers. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 18 



May 7, 1940. 



1. Pursuant to Tables of Organization, National Guard, dated February 
13, 1940, effective May 15, 1940, units of the 105th Engineer Regiment, 
are redesignated as follows: 



Redesignate : 

Headquarters, 105th Engineers 

Headquarters & Service Company, 

(less Band Section), 105th 

Engineers 
Band Section, Headquarters & 

Service Company, 105th 

Engineers 
Medical Department Detachment, 

105th Engineers 
Headquarters, 1st Battalion, 

105th Engineers 



As: 

Headquarters, 105th Engineers, 

(Combat) 
Headquarters & Service Company, 

105th Engineers (Combat) 

Band, 105th Engineers (Combat) 



Medical Department Detachment, 
105th Engineers (Combat) 

Headquarters, 1st Battalion, 105th 
Engineers (Combat) 



Report of The Adjutant General 155 

Company A, 105th Engineers Company A, 105th Engineers 

(Combat) 
Company B, 105th Engineers Company B, 105th Engineers 

(Combat) 
Company C, 105th Engineers Company C, 105th Engineers 

(Combat) 
Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, 105th 

105th Engineers Engineers (Combat) 

Company D, 10 5th Engineers Company D, 105th Engineers 

(Combat) 
Company E, 105th Engineers Company E, 105th Engineers 

(Combat) 
Company F, 105th Engineers Company F, 105th Engineers 

(Combat) 

2. Reference is made to Tables of Organization dated February 13, 
1940: 5-11 NG, 5-12 NG, 5-17 NG. 

3. The Band becomes a separate unit. The Regimental Commander 
will advise the Adjutant General, North Carolina, the officer designated to 
command the Band. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders May 8, 1940. 

No. 19 

1. Dr. Thomas J. Taylor, having been authorized to organize Company 
B, 105th Medical Regiment at Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, pursuant 
to authority contained in letter from The Chief, National Guard Bureau, 
January 15, 1940 to The Adjutant General, North Carolina (NGB 325.4 
(Med.) N. Car. -13) the Inspection for Federal recognition was made by 
Lt. Col. Harry B. Melton, M.C. Instructor on April 20, 1940. 

2. Pursuant to communication from The Chief, National Guard Bureau 
April 29, 1940 to The Commanding General, Fourth Corps Area, (325.4 
(Med.) N.C.-13), forwarded by 1st Indorsement to The Adjutant General, 
N. C, Federal Recognition of Company B, 105th Medical Regiment is 
extended, effective April 20, 1940. 

3. The officer personnel assigned to duty with the unit is: 

1st Lt. Thomas J. Taylor, MC, Commanding 
1st Lt. Bennette E. Stephenson, MC. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



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State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders May 11, 1940. 

No. 20 

1. The charge of Desertion made against Pvt. Lloyd P. Bell in General 
Orders No. 15, Adjutant General's Department, North Carolina, March 28, 
1940, is hereby set aside. 

2. Private Bell is restored to duty under his enlistment with Battery 
A, 113th Field Artillery, N.C.N. G., Greenville, North Carolina. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 11, 1940. 

No. 21 

1. Under the provisions of paragraph 54 (a), National Guard Regu- 
lations No. 25, the Commanding Officer, Communications Platoon, Head- 
quarters Company, 120th Infantry (Rifle), NC.NG., Reidsville, N. C, is 
hereby directed to drop the following named enlisted man from the rolls 
of his organization: 

JAMES C. FERRELL, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named man in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders June 26, 1940. 

No. 22 

1. Under authority of the National Guard Bureau, War Department, 
and Training Authority No. 49-2, June 12, 1940, the twenty-one day 
Camps of Instruction, 252d Coast Artillery, 155mm-Gun Regiment, North 
Carolina National Guard, will be held as follows: 

July 7-27, 1940 Fort Moultrie, S. C. 



Report of The Adjutant General 157 

2. At the conclusion of the camp and training, organizations will re- 
turn to their proper stations unless sooner relieved by proper authority. 

3. Advance detachments will be in accordance with National Guard 
Bureau Circular No. 16B, November 30, 1939, and as authorized by this 
department. 

4. The Regimental Commander or Senior officer present is designated 
as Camp Commander for the camp, and will perform the duties of such 
to include the publication of the necessary orders covering the conduct of 
the camp and program of instruction. At the termination of the camp, 
the Camp Commander will submit to the Adjutant General of North 
Carolina a report on his camp with such recommendations and comments 
as may be deemed advisable and helpful for subsequent camps. 

5. (a) It being impracticable for the Government to furnish rations in 
kind, travel rations enroute to camp will be paid at the rate of not to ex- 
ceed 30c per meal per man prorated between the usual three meals. Travel 
rations on the return trip will be on the basis of 90c per day or 30c per 
meal where less than a full day is consumed. Reimbursement will be 
made on this basis and receipted bills in duplicate must be obtained and 
attached to vouchers. 

(b) Rations while in camp for enlisted men will be purchased by 
the Supply Officer of the Regiment in accordance with instructions of the 
United States Property and Disbursing Officer. The allowance for this 
purpose is for the purchase of bona fide subsistence. 

(c) The United States Property and Disbursing Officer will pay all 
troops prior to their departure from camp, if practicable, and will settle all 
accounts incident to the camp properly payable from Federal funds. 

(d) Any units holding an armory drill on the day of departure for 
camp will designate in company orders the hours for such drill to termi- 
nate prior to departure from home station. Such drills will be considered 
as properly supervised and usual armory drills as prescribed in regu- 
lations; provided said drill is held on day prior to opening of camp. 

6. (a) Complete equipment (less overcoats and equipment manifestly 
inappropriate) as shown in Table of Basic Allowances, including gas 
masks, will be taken with exceptions noted below. Unnecessary and un- 
authorized equipment and excess baggage will not be taken. 

(b) The usual field equipment will be taken to Fort Moultrie, S. C. 
Any exceptions will be made the subject of a special communication from 
this office. The Commanding Officer, 2 5 2d Coast Artillery, 155 mm-Gun 
Regiment, N.C.N.G., will prescribe the uniform in accordance with existing 
uniform regulations. Breeches, cotton, O.D. and khaki, will be utilized in 
the fullest extent. 

7. (a) The movement to and from camp will be by Government motor 
transportation. 

(b) Motor convoys will be conducted under the direction of Regi- 
mental or separate unit commanders concerned, who will be responsible 
for the safety of those so traveling and compliance with Laws and Regu- 
lations governing travel on the highways. 

(c) Officers and enlisted men proceeding to and from camps, using 
transportation other than in accordance with orders or authority, will do 
so at their own risk. 



158 Report of The Adjutant General 

8. (a) All officers and men will have complied with regulations as to 
vaccinations and inoculations prior to departure from home stations. 

(b) The provisions of National Guard Regulations 45 will govern 
as to numerical strength, and organizations must comply with these and 
other regulations to be entitled to federal pay. 

(c) No debts or obligations against the State or United States will 
be incurred by an officer, enlisted man or organization, except such as may 
have been properly and specifically authorized from this office. 

(d) Commanding Officers of troops attending joint camps are 
directed to comply with all orders and regulations in force at the camp, 
and will issue necessary instructions to put this in effect. 

9. Pay and allowances of officers and warrant officers and pay and 
subsistence of enlisted men will be settled by the United States Property 
and Disbursing Officer. Transportation of personnel and equipment will 
be paid by the Finance Officer, U. S. A., Washington, D. C. The expenses 
are chargeable as follows: 

Pay, Officers NG-49132-P-3-0121-A-1405-01 

Pay, Warrant Officers NG-49132-P-3-0122-A-1405-01 

Pay, Enlisted Men NG-4913 2-P-3-0123-A-1405-01 

Subsistence enlisted men NG-49132-P-3-0260-A-1405-01 

Travel directed is necessary in the Military Service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders July 1, 1940. 

No. 23 

1. Pursuant to Tables of Organization, National Guard, dated April 6, 
1940, units of the 113th Field Artillery Regiment are redesignated as 
follows: 

Redesignate : As : 

Headquarters, 113th Field Artillery Headquarters, 113th Field Artillery 

(155-mm How) 

Headquarters Battery, 113th Field Headquarters Battery, 113th Field 

Artillery Artillery (155-mm How) 

Band Section, Service Battery, Band, 113th Field Artillery 

113th Field Artillery (155-mm How) 

Service Battery (less Band Section), Service Battery, 113th Field 

113th Field Artillery Artillery (155-mm How) 

Medical Department Detachment, Medical Department Detachment, 

113th Field Artillery 113th Field Artillery 

(155-mm How) 

Headquarters, 1st Battalion, 113th Headquarters, 1st Battalion, 113th 

Field Artillery Field Artillery (155-mm How) 



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159 



Headquarters Battery, 1st Bat- 
talion, 113th Field Artillery 
(155-mm How) 

Battery "A", 113th Field Artillery. 
(155-mm How) 

Battery "B", 113th Field Artillery 
(155-mm How) 

Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, 113th 
Field Artillery (15 5-mm How) 

Headquarters Battery, 2nd Bat- 
talion, 113th Field Artillery 
(155-mm How) 

Battery "C", 113th Field Artillery 
(155-mm How) 

Battery "D", 113th Field Artillery 
(155-mm How) 

Headquarters, 3rd Battalion, 113th 
Field Artillery (155-mm How) 

Headquarters Battery. 3rd Bat- 
talion, 113th Field Artillery 
(155-mm How) 

Battery "E", 113th Field Artillery 
(155-mm How) 

Battery "F", 113th Field Artillery 
(155-mm How) 

2. Reference is made to Tables of Organization 6-41 S NG, 6-42 S NG, 
6-43 S NG, 6-45 NG, 6-46 NG, and 6-47 NG, approved April 6, 1940, and 
effective July 1, 1940. 

3. The Band becomes a separate unit. Upon recommendation of the 
Regimental Commander, 1st Lt. Edgar B. Marston, Jr., Service Battery, is 
assigned to the command of the Band in addition to his other duties. 



Headquarters Battery & Combat 
Train, 1st Battalion, 113th Field 
Artillery 

Battery "A", 113th Field Artillery 

Battery "B", 113th Field Artillery 

Headquarters, 2nd Battalion, 113th 

Field Artillery 
Headquarters Battery & Combat 

Train, 2nd Battalion, 113th Field 

Artillery 
Battery "C", 113th Field Artillery 

Battery "D", 113th Field Artillery 

Headquarters, 3rd Battalion, 113th 

Field Artillery 
Headquarters Battery & Combat 

Train, 3rd Battalion, 113th Field 

Artillery 
Battery "E", 113th Field Artillery 

Battery "F", 113th Field Artillery 



By order of the Governor: 
(Seal) 



J. Van B. Metts, 
The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



General Orders 
No. 24 



July 1, 1940. 



1. Pursuant to Tables of Organization, TO 8-11 NG dated March 19, 
1940, the following redesignation is made in the 105th Medical Regiment: 



Redesignate : 

Hq. & Serv. Co. (less Band Sec- 
tion) 105th Medical Regiment. 

Band Section, Hq. & Serv. Co., 
105th Medical Regiment. 



As: 

Headquarters & Service Co., 105th 

Medical Regiment. 
Band, 105th Medical Regiment. 



160 Report of The Adjutant General 

2. The band becomes a separate unit. Upon recommendation of the 
Regimental Commander, Captain James N. O'Neil, Hq. & Serv. Co., is 
assigned to the command of the Band in addition to his other duties. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 
Raleigh 

General Orders July 16, 1940. 

No. 25 

1. Under authority of the National Guard Bureau, War Department, 
dated July 11, 1940, Camps of Instruction for the North Carolina National 
Guard will be held as follows: 

CAMP SHELBY, MISSISSIPPI AND SABINE CONCENTRATION AREA 
(LOUISIANA-TEXAS) AND VICINITY, AUGUST 4-24, 1940 

30th Division Units 

State Staff and Detachment 

2. At the conclusion of the Camps, organizations will return to their 
proper stations unless sooner relieved by proper authority. 

3. Advance detachments and other details will be based upon Circular 
16 B, National Guard Bureau, November 30, 1939, and in cases where 
necessary commanding officers will be advised of same in letters of in- 
struction upon receipt of training authorities from the National Guard 
Bureau. 

4. Brigade, Regimental, and separate unit commanders will perform 
the usual duties to include the publication of the necessary orders covering 
the conduct of their camps and programs therefor. At the termination of 
camps, commanding officers will submit a report to this office with such 
recommendations and comments as may be deemed advisable and helpful 
for the conduct of subsequent camps. 

5. (a) Schedule of movements to and from camp by rail will be 
furnished all concerned in separate orders. No sleeping car accommo- 
dations are authorized. 

(b) Units and detachments to move by motor will be so advised 
with information as to dates involved. 

(c) Drayage from armory to railroad station and the reverse will 
be paid by the United States Property and Disbursing Officer on Form 
1034 and 1034a W. D., which will be accompanied by receipted bills in 
duplicate from the person or persons rendering the service. Payments 
will not be made to officers commanding units. Such drayage will be 
accomplished for $10.00 or less for each organization to cover hauling 
both ways from armories and in no case will $20.00 be allowed unless it 
can be shown by competitive bids that $10.00 was inadequate. Full use 
will be made of organizational vehicular equipment and drayage will be 



Report of The Adjutant General 161 

allowed to organizations only in cases where no wagons or trucks are 
available to perform such services. 

(d) Transportation requests and bills of lading will be furnished 
by the United States Property and Disbursing Officer together with in- 
structions covering their use. Officers to whom transportation requests 
and bills of lading are issued will be held strictly accountable for their 
proper use and accomplishment. 

(e) It being impracticable for the Government to furnish rations 
in kind, travel rations enroute to camp will be paid at the rate of not to 
exceed 30c per meal per man prorated between the usual three meals, or 
90c per day. Travel rations on the return trip will be made on the basis 
of 90c per day or 30c per meal where less than a full day is consumed. 
Reimbursement will be made on this basis and receipted bills in duplicate 
must be obtained and attached to vouchers. 

(f) Rations will be provided by the Army Quartermaster from time 
of arrival in the concentration area until departure therefrom. Travel 
and camp rations will be standardized for officers and enlisted men and 
officers will have entered on their payrolls proper notations to cover de- 
ductions for such meals as are provided for them on the basis of ninety 
cents for travel and fifty-three cents (.531) camp or field ration per day. 
Separate instructions will be issued to cover rations of Reserve Officers 
who may be furnished meals with National Guard units. 

(g) The United States Property and Disbursing Officer will pay all 
troops prior to their departure from camp, if practicable, and will settle 
all accounts incident to the camps properly payable from Federal funds. 

(h) Any units holding an armory drill on the day of departure for 
camp will designate in company orders the hours for such drill to termi- 
nate prior to departure from home station. Such drills will be considered 
as properly supervised and usual armory drills as prescribed in regula- 
tions, provided, said drill is held on day prior to the opening of camp. 
Units returning to their stations before the last day of the camp will 
perform such duties as may be prescribed by their respective commanding 
officers. Personnel will not be dismissed until the actual commencement 
of the last day for which the camp is authorized. 

(i) Gasoline and oil for use in motor vehicles enroute to and from 
camp will be purchased under Procurement Division, Treasury Depart- 
ment, contracts in accordance with instructions to be issued by the United 
States Property and Disbursing Officer. 

6. Uniform Clothing. 
(a) Enlisted Men. 

(1) The following will not be taken: 
Caps, service. 

Blouses (coats, service). 

(2) Articles of uniform (worn or carried will not exceed the 

following: 
Two (2) pairs shoes or boots. 
Two (2) pairs breeches, cotton (or trousers for troops 

authorized to wear them). 
Three (3) shirts, cotton (or woolen). 
One (1) raincoat. 



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One (1) service hat (or field cap for those authorized to 

wear same). 
One (1) suit of fatigue clothes. 
Leggins, puttees, underclothes, socks, towels and toilet 

articles, as desired and within authorized allowances. 
(3) The clothing of enlisted men not worn or carried in 

saddle bags or packs will be carried in barrack bags. 

(b) Officers. 

(1) Uniform clothing for officers will not exceed that which 
may be worn and carried in authorized foot lockers, 
bedding and clothing rolls and hand bags. Blouses, 
Caps and civilian clothing will not be taken. 

7. Special Instructions Third Army Maneuver: 
(a) Individual equipment: 

(1) The following will not be taken: 
Gas masks. 

Steel helmets. 

Foot lockers for enlisted men or officers below field grade. 
Pistols (except those needed for Guard duty). 
Bayonets and scabbards. 

(2) The following will be taken: 

Canvas folding cots, 1 per officer and enlisted man. 

One (1) mosquito bar per each officer and enlisted man. 

Each officer below field grade — 1 bedding roll, 1 clothing 
roll and handbag. 

Each field officer — Same as above and in addition 1 foot 
locker. 

Not more than two (2) blankets per each man will be 
taken. 

All other equipment not mentioned in this sub-paragraph 
or paragraph 7a (1) above, which has been normally 
taken to regular summer training camps. 

Mess equipment for attached Reserve officers. 

Enlisted men's packs and barrack bags will be retained by 
the owners individually during the movement to and 
from the concentration areas, whether the movement 
is by rail or motor. 

Each medical detachment will take the individual and 
organizational equipment prescribed in Tables of Basic 
Allowances for its particular unit. For each regiment 
there will be taken a Regimental Headquarters Medical 
equipment, plus one Battalion Medical equipment for 
each Battalion to be present. For each separate Bat- 
talion, or similar unit, there will be taken one Bat- 
talion Medical Equipment. Small units for which no 
medical personnel is provided will bring from their 
home stations a container packed with first aid sup- 
plies, to be taken by them into the field. 



Report of The Adjutant General 163 

(b) Organizational Equipment: 

All communication equipment. 

Such number of machine guns, 37mm. guns, and trench 
mortars, as can be manned by the personnel that will 
participate in the maneuvers (spare parts chests to be 
included). 

Two (2) guns per each 155 Howitzer Battery. 

Two (2) automatic Rifles per Battery (Field Artillery). 

No sub caliber equipment. 

No engineer pontoon or assault bridge equipment. 

Necessary items of Tables of Basic Allowances required 
for sanitation, technical operations, and necessary 
housekeeping in the field (this equipment to be held at 
a minimum). 

Lanterns and coal oil containers. 

Bags, water sterilizing and milk cans. 

One small ice box per mess (to be provided by unit). 

Kitchen fly, field range and cooking equipment per mess. 

Medical supplies that are issued to organizations. 

Cleaning and preserving material. 

Tentage as follows: 

Storage Tent Tent 

tent wall wall 

w/fly large small Tent Latrine 

complete complete complete pyramidal screen 

Co, Btry. or Tr Hq 1 1 

Bn or Sq Hq 1 1 

Reg'tl Hq 2 1 

Brig Hq 2 1 

Div Hq 2 2 2 

Hq Sp Trs 1 1 

QM Regt 2 

Med Dept Det(*) , 

General Officer(**) 1 

Fid Off cmdg unit 1 

Each 2 other Fid Offrs(***) 1 

Each 2 other Offrs 1 

For each 8 E.M 1 

Notes: (*) All serviceable tentage held by medical regiments will be taken by them. 
(**)To be brought by Division and Brigade Headquarters Companies. 
(***)Attached Reserve officers will be included. 

(c) Certain exceptions may be made by Regimental or Separate 
unit commanders in the matter of equipment to be taken, provided ap- 
proval of this office is given. 

(d) (1) Motor convoys will be conducted by the Regimental or 
Organization commanders concerned. 

(2) Units moving by motor will take field ranges and meals 
will be cooked and served enroute to and from the concentration area. 
Unit Supply Officers will make the necessary arrangements in advance for 
the required rations. 

(3) It is not contemplated that units will remain in the con- 
centrated areas for any considerable length of time, and that during the 
maneuver proper, troops will bivouac in the field in accordance with 



164 Report of The Adjutant General 

tactical dispositions. Only temporary facilities will be established in con- 
centration areas. 

8. The provisions of N.G.R.-45 will govern as to numerical strength 
and organizations must comply with these and other regulations to be 
entitled to pay. 

9. No debts or obligations against the State or United States will be 
incurred by any officer, enlisted man, or organization, except such as may 
be specifically authorized from this office. 

10. Commanding Officers of troops attending joint camps are directed 
to comply with all orders and regulations in force at the camp, and will 
issue necessary instructions to put this in effect. 

11. Pay and allowances of officers and warrant officers and pay and 
subsistence of enlisted men will be settled by the United States Property 
and Disbursing Officer. Transportation of personnel, equipment and 
animals will be paid by the Finance Officer, U. S. A., Washington, D. C. 
The expenses are chargeable as follows: 

Pay, Officers NG-49132-P-3-0120-A-140 5-01 

Pay, Warrant Officer NG-49132-P-3-0122-A-1405-01 

Pay, Enlisted Men NG-49132-P-3-0123-A-1405-01 

Subsistence enlisted men NG-149132-P-3-0260-A-1405-01 

Transportation personnel NG-49500-P-3-0600-A-1 405-01 

Transportation equipment NG-49500-P-3-0700-A-1405-01 

12. Travel directed is necessary in the Military service. 

By order of the Governor: - Tr _ __ 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

July 16, 1940. 
Annex — To accompany 

General Orders No. 25, AGO.NC., 1940. 

1. The following information is furnished those of the Guard concerned 
with the Third Army Maneuvers, 1940: 

2. Mail — Officers and men should be advised that mail addressed to the 
individual show company, battery, or detachment, and regiment and for- 
warded as follows: 

August 4-14: APO 30 

Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Mississippi 
August 15-24: APO 30 

Alexandria, Louisiana. 

b. A Roster of each Company, Battery, and Detachment will be submitted 
to the Headquarters, 30th Division, in triplicate upon arrival of the unit in 
the concentration area. Paper 8 x 13 should be used. 

c. Each company or battery, battalion and larger organization, will pro- 
vide itself before leaving home station with suitable signs to indicate their 
location and to mark routes or approach to such location. 



Report of The Adjutant General 165 

d. Equipment for recreation will not be carried as no time is available 
for its use. 

e. Canteens will be established, if desired, under arrangements of regi- 
mental and separate unit commanders as authorized by higher authority. 

f. In order that subsistence and other supplies may be arranged for 
troops, convoy and train commanders will report by telegraph to the Com- 
manding General Third Army, Camp Beauregard, the date and probable 
hour of arrival of their units. These reports will be made twenty-four (24) 
hours in advance of arrival or upon departure from home stations. This is 
particularly important in order that rations may be available for prepara- 
tion of the first meal after arrival. 

g. Ration Returns for two days will be submitted to Division Headquar- 
ters immediately upon arrival by each regimental and by each separate unit 
commander. 

h. National Guard and Reserve Officers will buy and pay for their travel 
rations to and from camp, unless it is impracticable to do so, and will not 
include same on vouchers submitted for travel rations. Such travel and 
camp rations as are furnished will be fully covered on camp payrolls to 
include arrival back at home station. 

i. Wood and water will be placed near the bivouac area of units and will 
be obtained from these distributing points by Supply Officers of the Unit. 

j. Ice boxes as be suitable should be constructed at home station for use 
during the maneuvers. 

2. Small units for which no medical personnel is provided will take a 
container packed with first aid supplies, to be taken by them into the 
field. 

3. Dependents. Because of the limited facilities for personnel and the 
nature of open field operations, no member of an officer's or enlisted man's 
family, or other individual will be present with him in the concentration 
or maneuver areas. 

4. Ammunition and Ordance Supply. 

a. No ball ammunition will be taken to the concentration and maneuver 
areas by units. 

b. No blank ammunition will be brought by troops to the concentration 
areas. All blank ammunition will be furnished by Army. 

5. Maps of concentration and maneuver areas will be issued automatic- 
ally. 

6. Commanding officers of all units will assure themselves that no mili- 
tary personnel are taken to camp whose immunization against smallpox and 
typhoid fever has not been completed prior to departure from home station. 
Venereal cases will not be taken to camp. 

7. National Guard units will furnish attached Reserve Officers on Mem- 
orandum Receipt such shelter and equipment as authorized by existing 
instructions and Tables of Equipment. Where necessary, such equipment 
will be available at the Camp Shelby Quartermaster Depot for issue to 
Reserve Officers as per paragraph 8, c, Annex No. 1, Quartermaster Plan, 
To Administrative Instructions No. 4, Headquarters Third Army, July 12, 
1940. 



166 Report of The Adjutant General 

8. National Guard unit commanders will not include attached Reserve 
Officers in their Transportation Requests. The following in this connection 
is quoted from instructions issued by Headquarters Fourth Corps Area, to 
Reserve Officers ordered to active duty with National Guard units: 

"IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIPT OF YOUR ORDERS, you must apply 
to the Quartermaster, Fourth Corps Area, Post Office Building, Atlanta, 
Georgia, for Government Transportation from the National Guard Unit As- 
sembly Point to the Maneuver Area and return, as shown in your orders. 
You may also apply for and be furnished with Government Transportation 
from your home to the National Guard Unit Assembly Point and return. A 
blank form for making application for Government Transportation is en- 
closed for your convenience. A delay in forwarding this application may 
result in your not receiving the transportation in time to be used on the date 
stated in your orders. 

"TWO (2) COPIES OF YOUR ACTIVE DUTY ORDERS MUST BE FOR- 
WARDED WITH YOUR APPLICATION FOR TRANSPORTATION." 

9. Blank Forms, prescribed and applicable, will be obtained by Unit Com- 
manders and especially units with motor vehicles will see that all forms 
prescribed for their operation and maintenance are on hand and available for 
use. 

10. The attention of Commanding Officers of regiments and separate units 
is directed to paragraph 1, a to e inclusive, Administrative Instructions 
No. 2, Headquarters Third Army, June 24, 1940, subject, "Rents, Damages 
and Claims." 

11. Regimental and separate unit commanders are being supplied with 
copies of all "Administrative Instructions" and "Letters of Instructions" 
emanating from Headquarters Fourth Corps Area or Headquarters Third 
Army. They will extract and issue therefrom such parts as may be consid- 
ered necessary for the information and guidance of their units. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders July 16, 1940. 

No. 26 

SCHEDULE OF MOVEMENTS, 
THIRD ARMY MANEUVERS, 1940 

CAMP SHELBY, MISSISSIPPI AND VICINITY 

1. Units of 30th Division, other than those specified in second para- 
graph hereof, are authorized railway equipment and will travel by rail to 
Camp Shelby. Mississippi or vicinity as per the attached schedule of rail 
movements furnished by Headquarters, Fourth Corps Area. Schedule for 
further movements will be furnished later by higher authority. This 
movement will be in accordance therewith. 



Report of The Adjutant General 167 

2. The following will move to and from Third Army Maneuvers in 
Government vehicles with date of departure, August 4, 1940, except ad- 
vance detachments, as shown in separate communication, with date of 
departure, August 1, 1940. 

113th Field Artillery, 

30th Signal Company (approximately 40 by motor and 90 by rail), 

Regimental and Battalion Staff, 105th Q.M. Regiment. 

Company A, 105th Q.M. Regiment, 

Service Company, 120th Infantry (Inc. S.O. 120th Inf.), 

Headquarters & Service Company, 10 5th Engineers, 

Headquarters Company, 60th Brigade, 

Headquarters & Service Company, 105th Med. Regt., (less Band), 

Division Surgeon's Office, 105th Med. Regt., 

Company G, 105th Medical Regiment, 

Company D, 105th Medical Regiment, 

State Detachment. 

3. The above organizations will return to their home stations not 
later than August 24, 1940, and date of departure will be when relieved 
by proper authority. No sleeping car accommodations have been author- 
ized. The number of officers and men shown is based upon prior camp 
attendance and, obviously, the actual number to travel may be more or 
less. 

4. The senior officer present on each train and in each motor convoy 
will be in command and will be responsible for the conduct of the troops 
to and from camps. Guards will be kept on doors and the men prevented 
from leaving the coaches except when so ordered by proper authority. 
Special attention will be paid to transportation equipment and responsible 
officers will take the necessary steps to prevent any damages thereto. 

5. All troops arriving at camps will be met by guides and taken to 
their areas. Commanding Officers of units moving by rail or motor are 
cautioned to exercise proper authority over their personnel and to take 
precautions, particularly, from a standpoint of safety. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders July 23, 1940. 

No. 27 

1. Pursuant to Training Authority No. 49-1, change No. 1, dated July 
16, 1940, General Orders Numbers 25 and 26, Adjutant General's Depart- 
ment, N. C, July 16, 1940 are amended in so far as they pertain to the 
113th Field Artillery as follows: 

Authorized dates of encampment (including travel 
time) are changed from August 4-24, 1940 to August 
5-August 25, 1940. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 

(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



168 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders July 30, 1940. 

No. 28 

SCHEDULE OF MOVEMENTS, 
THIRD ARMY MANEUVERS, 1940 

CAMP SHELBY, MISSISSIPPI AND VICINITY 

1. The schedule of rail movements attached to General Orders No. 26, 
this office, dated July 16, 1940 is amended as follows: 

Main No. 6223 amended to include 

Band, 105th Medical Regiment, 30 men from Henderson, N. C. to 

Camp Shelby, Mississippi. 
Main No. 6223 amended to exclude 
Hq., 120th Infantry, 54 men from Raleigh, N. C. to Camp Shelby, 

Mississippi. 
Main No. 6221 amended to include 
Hq. Co., 120th Infantry (less Comm. Plat.), 54 men from Gastonia, 

N. C. to McLaurin, Mississippi. 

2. Pursuant to paragraph 1, General Orders No. 26, this office, dated 
July 16, 1940, attached hereto, is schedule of return movement furnished 
by Headquarters, Fourth Corps Area. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders August 28, 1940. 

No. 29 

1. Under the provisions of paragraph 54 (a) ; National Guard Regu- 
lations No. 25, the Commanding Officer, Battery E, 113th Field Artillery, 
NC.NG., Sanford, North Carolina, is hereby directed to drop from the rolls 
of his organization the following named enlisted man who deserted his 
unit while attending Third Army Maneuvers in the Sabine River Area, 
Louisiana: 

TOMMIE L. MANSHACK, Pvt. 

2. All officers of the National Guard will refrain from enlisting the 
above named man in any of their organizations. 

3. A copy of this order will be posted on the bulletin board of all 
organizations for a period of thirty days. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 169 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Orders September 9, 1940. 

No. 30 

1. The charge of Desertion made against Private Tommie L. Manshack 
in General Orders No. 29, Adjutant General's Department, North Carolina, 
August 28, 1940, is hereby set aside. 

2. Private Manshack is restored to duty under his enlistment with 
Battery E, 113th Field Artillery. NC. NG., Sanford, N. C. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



SPECIAL ORDERS AND CIRCULAR LETTERS 

(Certain ones of importance or general interest) 
1938-1939-1940 



State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 
Raleigh 
General Court-Martial 
Orders No. 1 



February 9, 1940. 



Before a general court-martial which convened at Charlotte, N. C, 

pursuant to General Orders No. 5, The Adjutant General's Department, 

North Carolina, January 23, 1940, was arraigned and tried: 

Private Charlie M. Taylor, Company F. 120th Infantry. 

CHARGE I: Violation of the 54th Article of War. 

Specification 1 : In that Charlie M. Taylor, did, at Charlotte, N. C. on or 
about the 24th day of October, 1939, by willfully con- 
cealing the fact that he had been imprisoned in the 
Mecklenburg County Jail, Charlotte, N. O, July 14, 
1937, under sentence of a court of Mecklenburg County 
for larceny of a bicycle, and did serve sixty (60) days 
on the County Roads, did procure himself to be enlisted 
in the National Guard of the United States and of the 
State of North Carolina by fraudulent enlistment; and 
did thereafter at Charlotte, N. C. and Concord, N. C, 
receive pay under the enlistment so procured. 

Specification 2: In that Charlie M. Taylor, did, at Charlotte, N. C, on or 
about the 24th day of October, 1939, by willfully con- 
cealing the fact that he had been imprisoned in the 
Mecklenburg County Jail, Charlotte, N. C, October 28, 
1933 under sentence of a court of Mecklenburg County 
for the larceny of a radio, did serve six (6) months on 
the county roads, did procure himself to be enlisted in 
the National Guard of the United States and of the State 
of North Carolina by fraudulent enlistment; and did 
thereafter at Charlotte, N. C. and Concord, N. C, receive 
pay under the enlistment so procured. 

CHARGE II: Violation of the 84th Article of War. 

Specification 1: In that Private Charlie M. Taylor, Company "F", 120th 
Infantry, did, at Salisbury, N. C. on or about the 19th 
day of December, 1939, unlawfully sell to one John Doe, 
an overcoat, woolen, roll collar, of the value of $10.12, 
issued for use in the Military Service. 

PLEAS 

To the Specification 1, Charge I: Not Guilty. 
To the Specification 2, Charge I: Not Guilty. 
To Charge I: Not Guilty. 
To the Specification 1, Charge II: Guilty. 
To Charge II: Guilty. 



Report of The Adjutant General 171 

findings 

Of Specification 1, Charge I: Not Guilty. 
Of Specification 2, Charge I: Not Guilty. 
Of Charge I: Not Guilty. 
Of the Specification, Charge II: Guilty. 
Of Charge II: Guilty. 

SENTENCE 

"To be dishonorably discharged the service, to forfeit all pay and 
allowances due or become due, and be confined in the common jail of 
Mecklenburg County for a period of Sixty (60) days, and assigned to 
work on the roads under the direction and control of the State Highway 
Commission." 

In re: Court Martial Trial 

Charlie M. Taylor, Company F, 
120th Infantry, North Carolina 
National Guard, 
Charlotte, North Carolina 
held on January 26, 1940. 
This cause coming before me for review upon a judgment duly rendered 
by a general court martial held at Charlotte, North Carolina, on January 
26th when Private Charlie M. Taylor of Company F, 120th Infantry, 
North Carolina National Guard, was duly tried upon charges preferred 
under Articles of War Nos. 54 and 84 and upon a full review of the 
evidence, argument, and findings of the Court: 

It is ordered and adjudged that the findings of the General Court 
Martial be and the same are hereby approved and the judgment in said 
cause is hereby approved and will be fully executed, with the exception 
that that portion of judgment which provides that the said Charlie M. 
Taylor shall be sentenced to work on the road under the direction of the 
State Highway Commission is stricken out and the defendant shall be 
confined in the common jail of Mecklenburg County for the period of 
sixty days, dating from the date of his arrest and original commitment 
in jail. 

Done in our City of Raleigh, on this the eighth day of February, 
in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty 
and in the one hundred and sixty-fourth year of our American 
Independence. 
(Seal) (Signed) Clyde R. Hoey, 

Governor of North Carolina. 
By the Governor: 

(Signed) Robert L. Thompson, 
Private Secretary. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) 'The Adjutant General. 



172 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

General Court-Martial September 12, 1940. 

Orders No. 2 

1. Before a general court-martial which convened at Henderson, N. C, 
August 30. 1940. at 10:00 A.M., pursuant to Special Orders No. 381, 
A.G.O., N. C. August 26, 1940, and of which Lieutenant Colonel Marion 
B. Fowler, Finance Department, 30th Division, NC. NG., was President, 
and Major Edward F. Griffin, 113th Field Artillery, NC. NG., was Trial 
Judge Advocate, was arraigned and tried: 

PRIVATE ROY W. FALKNER — Headquarters and Service Company, 

10 5th Medical Regiment. 

Charge: Violation of the 93rd Article of War. 

Specification: In that Private Roy W. Falkner of Headquarters and 
Service Company. 105th Medical Regiment, did at the corner of Front and 
Forrest Street in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, on August 10, 1940, with intent 
to do him bodily harm, commit an assault upon Sergeant Jesse E. Savage 
of Company A, 10 5th Medical Regiment, by cutting him in the throat with 
a dangerous weapon to wit, a pocket knife. 

To the Charge and Specification, the accused pleaded: "Not Guilty'. 

FINDINGS 
To Specification: "Guilty". 
To Charge: "Guilty". 

SENTENCE 

To be dishonorably discharged the service, to forfeit all pay and allow- 
ances due or to become due, and to be confined in the common jail of 
Vance County for ninety (90) days. 

The record of trial having been forwarded for the action of the Gover- 
nor and Commander-in-Chief, the following are his orders thereon: 

State of North Carolina 

The Executive Office 

Raleigh 

September 10, 1940. 

In the foregoing case of Private Roy W. Falkner, Headquarters and 
Service Company, 105th Medical Regiment, North Carolina National 
Guard, the sentence is approved except that that part thereof to be dis- 
honorably discharged the service is modified to be discharged the service 
without honor. As thus modified the sentence will be duly executed. 

The date of confinement, August 30, 1940, will be the date upon which 
the sentence of confinement will begin. 

(Signed) Clyde R. Hoey, 
Governor of North Carolina. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 173 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Circular Letter February 2, 1938. 

No. 5 

1. Section III, National Defense Act, provides in part, "In the initial 
mobilization of the National Guard of the United States, war strength 
officer personnel shall be taken from the National Guard as far as practicable 
and for the purpose of this expansion, warrant officers and enlisted men of 
the National Guard, may. in time of peace, be appointed officers of the 
National Guard of the United States and commissioned in the Army of the 
United States"; however, under the National Defense Act, when a Federal 
emergency exists and the President of the United States calls the National 
Guard into Federal service, the National Guard reverts to Federal control 
and War Department Mobilization Plans provide, that on M day the State 
is precluded further appointment of National Guard officers. They further 
contemplate, that any war strength vacancies which can not be filled from 
Inactive National Guard Officers or enlisted men commissioned in the 
National Guard of the United States shall be filled from other sources. 

2. From the information above, one can readily see the advantage to 
unit commanders to encourage any qualified enlisted men of their organi- 
zation, whom they would recommend and desire for their junior officers in 
time of an emergency, to qualify themselves professionally by enrolling 
for AEC work with the Instructor assigned to their unit. When the 
candidate has completed the 10 series, he should apply to the Adjutant 
General of North Carolina, through military channels, for a commission 
in the National Guard of the United States. Such commissions continue 
only so long as the holder is enlisted in the active National Guard. When 
the candidate has been commissioned, he should be encouraged to con- 
tinue his AEC work so that he will be prepared for promotion and so that 
your organization may be benefitted by the addition of another qualified 
instructor and a source of replacement for a peacetime officer vacancy. 

3. Section 58, National Defense Act, which establishes the National 
Guard of the United States provides "That in the grades of first lieutenant 
and second lieutenant the number shall be unlimited"; therefore, if you 
are fortunate enough to have two or more qualified individuals whom you 
would recommend and desire for officers of your command, you should 
encourage them to acquire such commissions. Where there are more than 
one to a unit, they can be carried in the State pool for assignment in an 
emergency and thus be assured of service with their friends in an organi- 
zation of the North Carolina National Guard. 

4. Under existing regulations, the enlisted personnel of the National 
Guard promises to be the most productive source of officer personnel in 
event of emergency expansion; therefore, you are urged to give the matter 
serious thought and should you have qualified material in your command, 
try to develop it for such an emergency. Should there be any questions 
concerning such commissions, that are not clarified by AR 130-15 or 
NGR 30. please refer them to this office which will lend its fullest coop- 
eration in the matter. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) Tlxe Adjutant General. 



174 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 
Memorandum Raleigh 

No. 6 April 19, 1938 

1. The results, in part, of the Company Team Match as reported by 
the Chief, National Guard Bureau, of the Chief National Guard Bureau 
Indoor Rifle Matches, 1938, are announced:- 

Winner: Co. C, 162nd Inf., Oregon N. G Score — 1882 

2nd Place: Co. D, 110th Engrs., Missouri N. G. " — 1866 

3rd Place: Co. B, 129th Inf., Illinois N. G " — 1858 

8th Place: Co. E, 120th Inf., N.C. N.G " — 1833 

57th Place: Co. B, 120th Inf., N.C. N.G " — 1728 

104th Place: Co. C, 120th Inf., N.C. N.G " — 1659 

162nd Place: Co. G, 120th Inf., N.C. N.G *' — 1602 

165th Place: Co. A, 120th Inf., N.C. N.G " — 1599 

Not reported: Hq. Co. 1st Bn. 120th Inf., N.C. N.G. 
: Troop I, 109th Cav., N.C. N.G. 
: Troop K, 109th Cav., N.C. N.G. 
These scores show the positions in a total of 291 entries. 

2. Company E, 120th Infantry, having attained the highest score for 
units of the North Carolina National Guard, is declared the winning 
Company for North Carolina and is entitled to the suitable awards. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 
Adjutant General's Department 
Circular Letter Raleigh 

No. 11 July 11, 1938. 

1. For your information and guidance, the following letter is quoted: 
"Subject: Limitation of Armory Drills, National Guard, Fiscal 

Year 1939. 
"To: The Adjutant General of North Carolina (through 

the Commanding General, Fourth Corps Area). 
"The Secretary of War directs that you be informed that the 
number of Federal pay armory drills to be held by the National Guard 
during the Fiscal Year 1939, be as follows: 

"(a) A total of 48 during the year. 
"(b) Not more than 8 during any one month. 
"(c) A minimum of 10 per quarter during the second, 
third, and fourth quarters. 

Albert H. Blanding, 
Major General, 
Chief, National Guard Bureau. 
NG 240.91 N. Car. 1st Ind. LA/whc 

HQ. FOURTH CORPS AREA, P. O. Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., July 8, 1938. 
To: The Adjutant General of North Carolina." 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 175 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Special Okdkks July 22, 1938. 

No. 282 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Circular No. 9-B, National Guard 
Bureau, June 18, 1938, the selection of the following members and officials 
of the North Carolina rifle team is announced to represent the National 
Guard of North Carolina at the National Matches to be held at Camp 
Perry, Ohio, from August 21, 1938. to September 10, 1938. They will 
depart from their respective home stations so as to arrive at Camp Perry, 
Ohio, on August 21, 1938, and return to such home stations upon the 
completion of the Matches, unless sooner relieved by competent authority: 

OFFICIALS 

Team Captain — Major Claude T. Bowers, 

120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Team Coach — Captain Calvin F. Smith, 

120th Infantry Burlington, N. C. 

SHOOTING MEMBERS 

Sgt. Jack G. Riggan, Company A, 120th Infantry Burlington, N. C. 

Sgt. Clarence P. Ridout, Company B, 120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Captain Charles N. Alston, Company E, 120th Infantry Concord, N. C. 

Sgt. John E. Floyd. Company B, 120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Sgt. Charles E. Richardson, Company E, 120th Infantry Concord, N. C. 

Sgt. William C. Sprinkle, Company G, 120th Infantry_Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sgt. Douglas M. Mustian, Company B, 120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Sgt. Charles M. Feamster, Company C, 105th Engineers Salisbury, N. C. 

Sgt. Lester R. Stewart, Company C, 105th Engineers Salisbury, N. C. 

Sgt. Willis A. Jenkins, Company C, 120th Infantry Henderson, N. C. 

ALTERNATES 

Cpl. Charlie P. Peoples, Company C, 120th Infantry Henderson, N. C. 

2nd Lt. Wilbur G. Earnhardt, Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. 120th Inf._Albemarle, N. C. 

2. Travel by privately-owned conveyance is authorized in the following 
named cases: 

Captain Calvin F. Smith, Company A, 120th Infantry Burlington, N. C. 

2nd Lt. Wilbur G. Earnhardt, Hq. Co. 2nd Bn. 120th Inf._Albemarle, N. C. 

3. The United States Property and Disbursing Officer of North Caro- 
lina will furnish the necessary transportation to those not authorized to 
travel by privately-owned conveyance, from their homes to Camp Perry, 
Ohio, and return. 

4. It being impracticable for the Government to furnish rations in 
kind, the Finance Officer, Camp Perry, Ohio, will pay the enlisted men 
named herein in lieu thereof, a monetary allowance of $1.50 per day for 
the number of days actually consumed in travel (but not in excess of the 
shortest time required for making the journey by rail) from and to their 
home stations. Payment of such allowance for the return journey in 
advance is authorized. 



176 Report of The Adjutant General 

5. All pay and allowance accounts, subsistence accounts, and travel 
allowance (including travel by privately-owned conveyance) accounts will 
be paid by the Finance Officer, Camp Perry, Ohio. The expenses involved 
are chargeable to: 

Pay and allowances of officers N-214-P-4-0121-A-1705-9 

Pay of enlisted men N-214-P-4-0123-A-1705-9 

Subsistence of enlisted men N-214-P-4-0340-A-1705-9 

Travel of officers N-214-P-4-0 606-A-1705-9 

Travel of enlisted men N-214-P-4-0616-A-1705-9 

6. The travel directed is necessary in the Military Service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General, North Carolina. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Memorandum January 6, 1939. 

No. 1 

1. Commanding officers of units equipped with the rifle, in the 
majority of cases, seem to have failed to read carefully, or have probably 
forgotten, Memorandum No. 26, this office, October 15, 1938, since replies 
from only a few have been received. 

2. Memorandum No. 26 called for a more active interest and training 
in marksmanship. Replies have been received from six units of the 120th 
Infantry: Companies A, F, I, K, L, and Hq. Co. 1st Bn. None from the 
Engineers. 

3. Having urged upon unit commanders some interest in the Chief of 
the National Guard Bureau Indoor Rifle Matches, beginning this month, 
entries have been made only by Companies A and C, Engineers, and 
Companies B and E and Hq. Co. 1st Bn., Infantry, or five in all. 

4. Memorandum No. 26 stated facts and the necessity for a definite 
and constant training in marksmanship and called attention to the firing 
of the prescribed course for qualifications. Judging from the failure to 
make reply as called for and the very few units entering the Indoor 
Matches, it is apparent that this phase of training is not taken seriously 
by many unit commanders. The rifle units are well behind those of many 
states in this work which is not at all gratifying. 

5. The Commanding Officers of the 105th Engineers and 120th 
Infantry are urged to use every effort to bring this phase of training to a 
higher standard of efficiency in the units of their command and to require 
replies on this subject to this office, through their respective headquarters. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



Report of The Adjutant General 177 

Statk of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Special Orders March 15, 1939. 

No. 80 

1. Upon his own request Lt. Col. Joseph B. Thorp, Executive Officer, 
113th Field Artillery, North Carolina National Guard, station Greensboro, 
N. C, is relieved of his present duties, and is hereby transferred to the 
North Carolina Inactive National Guard, effective as of March 15, 1939, 
there being a war strength vacancy in this grade. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

The Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Special Orders June 14, 1939. 

No. 204 

1. The following named officers, Aides-de-Camp to the Governor and 
Commander-in-Chief, will proceed to New York and report to the Governor 
the morning of June 18, 1939, at the Hotel New Yorker, where reservations 
have been made for members of the Staff, to attend him during the cere- 
monies incident to North Carolina Day at the New York World's Fair: 

Brig. General J. Van B. Metts Major Peyton McSwain 

Brig. General Don E. Scott Captain Ernest D. McGougan 

Colonel Hodge A. Newell Captain Henry B. Culbreth 

Colonel Royce S. McClelland Captain Wiley M. Pickens 

Lt. Col. Gordon Smith Captain Howell J. Hatcher 
Lt. Col. Robert E. Gribbin 

2. Officers may travel in and wear civilian clothes Sunday, June 18th, 
except that for any afternoon formation the white dress uniform will be 
worn. Monday, June 19th, the white dress uniform will be worn. The 
mess jacket, with black trousers, black shoes, and black tie will be the 
uniform for evening wear. 

3. Lt. Col. Gordon Smith will proceed to New York to arrive the morn- 
ing of June 17th and will confer with Mr. Coleman Roberts, in charge of 
arrangements for North Carolina Day, with reference to arrangements for 
the Governor. 

4. Railroad and Pullman fare and not exceeding $6.50 per day hotel 
and meals (pursuant to State Laws), meals enroute, and other necessary 
expenses are authorized. The official duty of members of the Staff in New 
York will end Tuesday afternoon, June 20th. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



178 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Special Orders August 10, 1939. 

No. 286 

1. By virtue of authority granted under date of May 11, 1939, in 
letter from the War Department, a civilian rifle team representing the 
State of North Carolina, is hereby appointed for the purpose of attending 
a Small Arms Firing School and for participating in the National Rifle 
Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio, under the conditions prescribed by the War 
Department and the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice, 
during the period from August 20, 1939 to September 9, 1939, both dates 
inclusive. 

2. The following able-bodied citizens of this State, who meet all 
eligibility requirements under existing regulations, will constitute the 
team : 

TEAM CAPTAIN HUGH M. ROONEY LINVILLE, N. C. 

SHOOTING MEMBERS 

John Allen Reidsville, N. C. 

Lee Roy Blume Kannapolis, N. C. 

Denis E. Brewer Dunn, N. C. 

Walter E. Durham Reidsville, N. C. 

John M. Dwelle Charlotte, N. C. 

Lonnie D. Holbrooks Kannapolis, N. C. 

Hugh MacRae Morton Wilmington, N. C. 

Allan H. MacClamrock Kannapolis, N. C. 

Wilson Ragan Gastonia, N. C. 

Andrew O. Slawson Kannapolis, N. C. 

ALTERNATES 

Merrill Smathers Greensboro, N. C. 

Thomas W. Wright Newland, N. C. 

3. The above 13 members constituting the team, will, in accordance 
with instructions of the Team Captain and the Executive Officer of the 
National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice proceed from their 
homes to Camp Perry, Ohio, at their own expense, reporting upon arrival 
thereat on August 20, 1939, to the Executive Officer, National Matches, 
at Camp Perry, Ohio, for participation in the Small Arms Firing School 
and the National Matches. 

4. Upon arrival at Camp Perry, Ohio, they will be reimbursed for their 
travel thereto at the rate of 5 cents (5c) per mile and paid in advance for 
their return travel prior to departure from Camp Perry, Ohio. 

5. The travel directed is necessary in the public service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General, North Carolina. 



Report of The Adjutant General 179 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Special Orders August 15, 1939. 

No. 289 

1. Pursuant to authority contained in Circular No. 9-B, National 
Guard Bureau, June 7, 1939, the selection of the following members and 
officials of the North Carolina rifle team is announced to represent the 
National Guard of North Carolina at the National Matches to be held at 
Camp Perry, Ohio, from August 20, 1939, to September 9, 1939. They 
will depart from their respective home stations so as to arrive at Camp 
Perry, Ohio, on August 20, 1939, and return to such home stations upon 
the completion of the Matches, unless sooner relieved by competent 
authority: 

OFFICIALS 

Team Captain — Major Claude T. Bowers, 

120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Team Coach — Captain Henry C. Long, 120th Infantry Shelby, N. C. 

SHOOTING MEMBERS 

Captain Conrad B. Sturges, Company C, 120th Infantry . Henderson, N. C. 
Captain Harold R. Skillman, Company B, 120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

St. Sgt. Carl T. Bell, Company C, 105th Engineers Salisbury, N. C. 

Sgt. Claude C. Caudill, Company A, 105th Engineers No. Wilkesboro, N. C. 

Sgt. Douglas M. Mustian. Company B, 120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Sgt. William C. Sprinkle, Company G, 120th Infantry_Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sgt. Alton K. Overby, Company B, 120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Sgt. Harold H. Stephens, Hq. Co., 120th Infantry Reidsville, N. C. 

Cpl. Clarence P. Ridout, Company B, 120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Sgt. Charles E. Richardson, Company E, 120th Infantry Concord, N. C. 

ALTERNATES 

Cpl. Fred Green, Company E, 120th Infantry Concord, N. C. 

Sgt. Willis A. Jenkins, Company C, 120th Infantry Henderson, N. C. 

2. • Travel by privately-owned conveyance is authorized in the following 
named cases: 

Major Claude T. Bowers, Hq. 1st Bn„ 120th Infantry Warrenton, N. C. 

Captain Conrad B. Sturges, Company C, 120th Infantry Henderson, N. C. 

Captain Harold R. Skillman, Company B, 120th Infantry_Warrenton, N. C. 

3. The United States Property and Disbursing Officer of North Carolina 
will furnish the necessary transportation to those not authorized to travel 
by privately-owned conveyance, from their homes to Camp Perry, Ohio, 
and return. 

4. It being impracticable for the Government to furnish rations in 
kind, the Finance Officer, Camp Perry, Ohio, will pay the enlisted men 
named herein in lieu thereof, a monetary allowance of $1.50 per day for 
the number of days actually consumed in travel (but not in excess of the 
shortest time required for making the journey by rail) from and to their 



180 Report of The Adjutant General 

home stations. Payment of such allowance for the return journey in 
advance is authorized. 

5. All pay and allowance accounts, subsistence accounts, and travel 
allowance (including travel by privately-owned conveyance) accounts will 
be paid by the Finance Officer, Camp Perry, Ohio. The expenses involved 
are chargeable to: 

N-320-P-4-0606-A-1705-0 Travel officers. 

N-320-P-4-0616-A-1705-0 Travel enlisted men. 

N-320-P-4-0121-A-1705-0 Pay and allowances officers. 

N-320-P-4-0123-A-1705-0 Pay enlisted men. 

N-320-P-4-0340-A-1705-0 Commutation of rations, enlisted men. 

6. The travel directed is necessary in the Military Service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. North Carolina. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Memorandum September 23; 1939. 

No. 24 

STRENGTH NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD 

(Including increase of 753 Enlisted Men allotted by National Guard 
Bureau in Presidential Directive to increase the National Guard 

to 235,000) 

Maximum Strength to Which All Units Will Recruit 

Organization Officers Warrant Officers Enlisted Men 

State Staff & Det 9 26 

Hq. 30th Div. & Sects 4 8 

30th Signal Company 6 129 

Hq. 105th QM Regt 1 

1st Bn. 105th QM Regt 2 

Co. A, 105th QM Regt 2 49 



24 212 

105th Engineers 

Headquarters 5 

Hq. and Serv. Co 3 1 82 

Med. Dept. Det 3 20 

Two Bn. Hqs 4 

6 Companies (75) 18 450 

33 1 552 



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181 



Organization Officers 
105th Med. Regt. 

Headquarters 7 

Service Co. 3 

Hq. 2nd Bn. 2 

Company A 2 

Company F 2 

Company I 6 

22 

113th Field Artillery 

Headquarters 6 

Hq. Btry. 2 

Service Btry. 5 

Med. Dept. Det 5 

Three Bn. Hqs 12 

Three Bn. Hq. Btry. & CT's (47)_. 9 

Six Gun Btrys. (80) 24 

63 

Hq. 60th Brigade 4 

Hq. Co. 60th Brig 2 

6 

120th Infantry 

Headquarters 7 

Headquarters Co. 5 

Service Co. 4 

Med. Dept. Det 5 

Three Bn. Hqs 3 

Three Bn. Hq. Co's (25) 6 

Nine Rifle Companies (83) 27 

Three M. G. Companies (78) 9 



66 



Warrant Officers Enlisted Men 



75 



66 
45 
63 



i49 



63 

77 
28 

141 

480 

789 
42 
42 



119 

85 
30 

75 

747 
234 

1290 



252nd Coast Artillery 

Headquarters 6 

Hq. Btry. 2 

Serv. Btry. 5 

Med. Dept. Det 5 

Three Bn. Hqs 12 

Three Bn. Hq. Btry. & CT's (44)__ 9 

Six Gun Btrys. (99) 24 

63 

Grand Total 277 

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182 Report of The Adjutant General 

State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Circular Letter March 12, 1940. 

No. 13 

1. The retirement of Colonel Adolphe Huguet and his severance of 
connection with the North Carolina National Guard as the Senior In- 
structor the last of this month and the detail of Colonel Millard F. Waltz, 
Jr., Inf. as Senior Instructor, is announced. 

2. Colonel Waltz, who has reported at this office, was for many years 
an officer of the New York National Guard and was at Camp Wadsworth, 
Spartanburg, South Carolina with the 27th Division prior to joining the 
A.E.F. during the World War. He has had much experience as an In- 
structor of Reserves. His last assignment, before coming to us, was as 
Executive Officer of one of the Reserve Areas, 8th Corps, with head- 
quarters at Columbus, Ohio. I bespeak for him every courtesy and a close 
friendly, official and personal relationship with the officer personnel of the 
Guard as well as with the Instructor personnel. 

3. Colonel Huguet, having completed more than the normal four year 
detail to this state, after a leave of absence, will retire from active service. 
Colonel Huguet has served the Guard in an earnest and interested manner 
and has been, at all times, ready to assist The Adjutant General in such 
problems as would arise. We have worked in harmony and with a close 
personal relationship. On behalf of the Officers of the Guard, I wish for 
him a long life of health, happiness and pleasure. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Special Orders July 30, 1940. 

No. 333 

1. By virtue of authority granted under date of April 15, 1940, in 
letter from the War Department, a civilian rifle team representing the 
State of North Carolina, is hereby appointed for the purpose of attending 
a Small Arms Firing School and for participating in the National Rifle 
Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio, under the conditions prescribed by the War 
Department and the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice, 
during the period from August 18, 1940 to September 7, 1940, both dates 
inclusive. 

2. The following able-bodied citizens of this State, who meet all 
eligibility requirements under existing regulations, will constitute the 
team: 

TEAM CAPTAIN HUGH M. ROONEY LINVILLE, N. C. 

RANGE OFFICER NORMAN J. BOGER KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 



Report of The Adjutant General 183 

shooting members 

Paul M. Vance Newland, N. C. 

Thomas W. Wright Newland, N. C. 

Carl T. Bumgarner Crossnore, N. C. 

Robert I. Jenkins Charlotte, N. C. 

James B. Rogers Charlotte, N. C. 

Walter E. Durham Reidsville, N. C. 

David W. Durham Reidsville, N. C. 

John Allen Reidsville, N. C. 

Hugh M. Morton Wilmington, N. C. 

Lonnie D. Holbrooks Kannapolis, N. C. 

ALTERNATES 

Lee R. Blume Kannapolis, N. C. 

Merrill O. Smathers Greensboro, N. C. 

3. The above 14 members constituting the team, will, in accordance 
with instructions of the Team Captain and the Executive Officer of the 
National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice proceed from their 
homes to Camp Perry, Ohio, at their own expenses, reporting upon arrival 
thereat on August 18, 1940, to the Executive Officer, National Matches, 
at Camp Perry, Ohio, for participation in the Small Arms Firing School 
and the National Matches. 

4. Upon arrival at Camp Perry, Ohio, they will be reimbursed for their 
travel thereto at the rate of 5 cents per mile and paid in advance for their 
return travel prior to departure from Camp Perry, Ohio. 

5. The travel directed is necessary in the public service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General, North Carolina. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

Special Orders August 26, 1940. 

No. 381 

1. A General Court-Martial is appointed to convene at the National 
Guard Armory, Henderson, North Carolina, on August 30, 1940, at 10:00 
A.M., or as soon thereafter as practical for the trial of Private Roy W. 
Falkner, Headquarters and Service Company, 105th Medical Regiment, 
NC.NG., Henderson, N. C, under charges preferred under Article of War 
No. 93. 

DETAIL FOR THE COURT 

Lt. Col. Marion B. Fowler, 30th Div. Staff, NC.NG., Durham, N. C. 
Major James C. Cooper, 120th Inf., NC.NG.. Henderson, N. C. 
Captain Roy W. Smith, 120th Inf., NC.NG., Raleigh, N. C. 
Captain Conrad B. Sturges, 120th Inf., NC.NG., Henderson, N. C. 



184 Report of The Adjutant General 

Captain Harold R. Skillman, 120th Inf., NC.NG., Warrenton, N. C. 
Captain Charles P. Green, 113th F. A., NC.NG., Law Member, 

Louisburg, N. C. 
Major Edward F. Griffin, 113th F. A., NC.NG., Judge Advocate, 

Louisburg, N. C. 
Major Thomas S. Kittrell, 105th QM Regt., NC.NG., Defense 

Counsel, Henderson, N. C. 

2. The prescribed service uniform, with trousers, less side arms, will 
be worn by members of the Court. 

3. The employment of a stenographer is authorized. 

4. The expense enjoined is necessary in the military service. 

By order of the Governor: 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



ROSTER OF OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN INDUCTED 
INTO FEDERAL SERVICE 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE STAFF 



Name 



Metts, J. VanB 

Smith, Gordon 

Austell, Michael H... 

Hines, John D 

Upton, Thomas H.. . 
Whichard, Murray P. 

Jonas, Charles R 

Slaunwhite, Osborn S. 



Rank or 
Grade 



Brig. Gen.. 
U. Col.... 

Major 

Major 

Major 

Major 

Captain... 
Captain... 



Serial No. 



0-187398 
O-140215 
0-326774 
0-299867 
0-176628 
0-224860 
0-257394 



Date of 
Commission 



Dec. 
Jan. 
June 
July 
July 
Oct. 
Dec. 
June 



21, 1936 
14, 1927 
28, 1934 
27, 1940 
27, 1940 
12, 1934 

22, 1936 
18, 1934 



Date of 
Induction 



Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



15, 1940 

16, 1940 
21, 1940 
26, 1940 
21, 1940 
21, 1940 
21, 1940 
21, 1940 



STATE DETACHMENT, Q. M. C, RALEIGH, N. C. 

Inducted into Federal Service, October 10, 1940. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Officers: 

Austell, Michael H 

Slaunwhite, Osborne S. 

Enlisted Men: 

Harris, James B 

Adams, John P 

Partin, George P 

Covalt, Milton M 



Major. .. 
Captain. 

Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Private . 



O-140215 
0257394 



20452352 
20452354 
20452353 
20452355 



JuDe 28, 1934 
June 18, 1934 



April 24, 1939 

Oct. 23, 1939 

Feb. 8, 1940 

Dec. 7, 1939 



30TH DIVISION STAFF 

Inducted September 16, 1940. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Date of 

Federal 

Recognition 



Residence 



Dorsey, William V.. 
Fowler, Marion B._ 
Dempsey, James C. 
Blomme, Charles R 



Lt. Col. 
Lt. Col. 
Major.. 
Captain 



Sept. 16, 1931 

June 28, 1934 

May 14, 1928 

May 25, 1931 



Newton 
Durham 
Wilson 
Wilmington 



186 



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30TH DIVISION HEADQUARTERS AND STAFF 



Name 



Finance Section: 
Fowler, Marion B._ . . 

Lawing, William S 

McRee, Richard L 

Chaplin, Paul. 

Flowers, Geo. H., Jr.. 

Sloan, Perry A 

White, Thomas S., Jr 

Inspector's Section: 
Dempsey, James C . 

Collom, HughE 

Rogers, Manning M.. 

Signal Section: 

Dorsey, William V 

Aide: 

Bloome, Charles R.__ 



Rank or 
Grade 



Lt. Col. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 

Major. . 

Sgt 

Sgt 

Lt. Col.. 

Captain 



Date of 


Commission or 


Enlistment 


June 


28, 1934 


May 


8, 1940 


Sept. 


12, 1940 


Sept. 


19, 1940 


Sept. 


19, 1940 


Sept. 


19, 1940 


Sept. 


19, 1940 


May 


14, 1928 


Sept. 


12, 1940 


Sept. 


12, 1940 


Sept. 


16, 1931 


June 


2, 1930 



Home Station 



Durham 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 



Wilson 

Durham 

Durham 



Newton 



Wilmington 



30TH SIGNAL COMPANY-CANTON. N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 






Sept. 16, 1931 
March 10, 1934 




Buck, Harold A 


1st Lt. 






McElrath, William L 


1st Lt. 








1st Lt. 




Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 

Feb. 6, 1939 
Sept. 7, 1938 
March 24, 1938 
July 9, 1939 
May 25, 1938 
Jan. 19, 1939 
April 19, 1940 
Sept. 2, 1939 
Jan. 25, 1939 
Jan. 19, 1938 
Nov. 23, 1938 
Sept. 27, 1939 
March 11, 1940 
March 9, 1938 
Jan. 26, 1938 
Nov. 22, 1939 
June 12, 1940 
April 13, 1938 
March 9, 1938 
Oct. 25, 1939 
Feb. 2, 1938 




Gibbs, Charles W 


2nd Lt. 






Enlisted Men: 


Mr. Sgt. 


20400605 
20400606 
20400607 
20400608 
20400609 
20400610 
20400611 
20400612 
20400613 
20400614 
20400615 
20400616 
20400617 
20400618 
20400648 
20400619 
20400620 
20400621 
20400622 
20400623 
20400624 




Gibbs, Charles W 


Mr. Sgt. 






1st Sgt. 


Oct. 18 1940 




Tech. Sgt _. 

Staff Sgt 

Staff Sgt 

Staff Sgt 

Staff Sgt 

Sgt. - 




Fowler, Fred J. 










Oct. 18 1940 


Wood, Robert E 






Sept. 18, 1940 


Conley, C. C, Jr.. 


Sgt. 




Sgt. 






Sgt. 






Sgt. 




Lee, Walter B 


Sgt. 






Sgt. 


Oct. 18, 1940 


Wood, Charles M 


Sgt 








Oct. 18, 1940 


Carr, Oma T 












Miller, Elmer 








Corp 





Report of The Adjutant General 

30TH SIGNAL COMPANY 



187 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Reece, Marion C 

Stephenson, Charles D 
Stephenson, James B._ 

Baldwin, Jack H 

Blythe, Jack M 

Brown, Wade G 

Burrus, Jack T 

Clark, PaulS .. 

Clontz, Frank J 

Hall, William G 

Haley, Ray M 

Holder, Henry L 

Johnson, Charles S 

Keylon, Arthur F 

LawTence, Harold F... 
Ledford, Thelmore W. 

Messer, Jack C 

Parker, Lloyd G 

Poore, Robert D 

Seay, William L 

Shook, James H 

Smathers, Loranzo F._ 

Smith, Bernard C 

Wright, Ben W 

Wright, Lewis A 

Ammons, Claude V... 

Ammons, James C 

Boger, Harold C 

Bradley, Garland E.._ 

Brown, Elder B 

Brown, Fred W 

Brown, George L 

Buchanan, Greene D._ 

Buell, James F 

Cathey, George B 

Cathey, Mark L 

Childers, James P 

Clontz, Cecil B 

Cooper, Alvin G. L._ . 
Cogdill, Thomas L.... 
Cody, Elbert F., Jr... 

Davis, Carl B 

Edwards, Hoyt A 

Ensley , Louis C 

Everhart, Fred W 

Fish, Samuel A 

Flynn, William T 

Garren, Joseph E 

Gibson, George M 

Goodman, Jesse P 

Greene, Arthur J 

Grogan, Howard W. . . 

Hamlet, Oliver M 

Hawkins, Eugene P... 

Hawkins, Reeves 

Henson, Jack M 



Corp 

Corp.... 

Corp 

Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt.... 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt..._ 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt 

Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 

Pvt 

Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 

Pvt 

Pvt.... 
Pvt.__. 
Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 
Pvt... 
Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 
Pvt.... 
Pvt.__. 
Pvt.... 



20400625 
20400626 
20400628 
20400627 
20400629 
20400630 
20400631 
20400632 
20400633 
20400634 
20400635 
20400636 
20400637 
20400638 
20400639 
20400640 
20400641 
20400642 
20400643 
20400644 
20400645 
20400646 
20400647 
20400649 
20400651 
20400650 
20400652 
20400653 
20400654 
20400655 
20400659 
20400663 
20400656 
20400657 
20400658 
20400660 
20400661 
20400662 
20400664 
20400665 
20040066 
20400667 
20400668 
20400669 
20400670 
20400671 
20400672 
20400673 
20400674 
20400675 
20400676 
20400677 
20400678 
20400679 
20400681 
20400682 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

July 

May 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

May 

Feb. 

May 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct, 

July 

May 

July 

Jan. 

Sept. 

May 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

March 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

July 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

March 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 



30, 1938 
17, 1937 

28, 1938 
11, 1939 

8, 1939 
26, 1939 

3, 1939 

4, 1939 
4, 1940 
4, 1939 

29, 1937 
29, 1937 
26, 1938 

3, 1939 

2, 1938 
23, 1938 

4, 1939 
14, 1938 

4, 1939 
11, 1939 
6, 1938 
4, 1938 

26, 1938 
19, 1938 

13, 1939 

3, 1939 
11, 1939 
14, 1940 

4, 1930 

27, 1939 
4, 1939 
8 .1939 

14, 1940 

10, 1940 

11, 1939 
27, 1939 
27, 1940 

13, 1940 

31, 1940 

14, 1940 
11, 1939 

17, 1940 
19, 1938 
11, 1939 

4, 1939 
4, 1939 
3, 1940 
27, 1940 

13, 1940 

3, 1940 

4, 1939 

14, 1940 
4, 1939 

18, 1939 
18, 1939 
13, 1940 



Nov. 16, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Sept. 



Sept. 
Oct. 

Oct. 
Sept. 



18, 1940 
18, 1940 
28, 1940 
18, 1940 



Oct. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



18, 1940 
18, 1940 



18, 1940 
18, 1940 



Oct. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



188 



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30TH SIGNAL COMPANY 



Name 



Enlisted Men: 

Hicks, Jack C 

Higgins, Pete N., Jr 

Hipps, Troy A 

Holbrook, Robert C 

Jackson, Leonard L 

Lewis, James G 

Lindsey, John W 

McCracken, Fred 

McDowell, John R 

Moore, James B 

Nelson, Charles G., Jr... 

Penland, James R _. 

Phillips, Drew E 

Plemmons, Grady 

Plott, Wayne L 

Pressley, William H 

Pressley, Horace F 

Pressley, Lucius P 

Pressley, Robert F 

Rhodamer, Joseph H 

Rickman, Thomas M 

Roberts, J. C 

Robinson, Doyce A. 

Robinson, Paul N 

Robinson, Walter E 

Robinson, Henry 

Rogers, Max Q 

Russell, Jim 

Sampson, Claude F 

Sanders, Bob 

Scott, Gomer H 

Sharp, Horace N 

Smith, Leonard C- 

Snelson, Joseph A 

Stroupe, Ben 

Swafford, Clarence T.. _ . 

Thompson, Alfred N 

Trantham, Woodrow W. 

Towe, Herman L 

Wells, Glenn C...- 

West, John S 

Williamson, John R 

Winfield, William M.... 



Rank or 
Grade 



Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt._ 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt._ 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt._ 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt.. 
Pvt... 
Pvt... 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



204006S0 


Sept, 


14, 1940 


20400683 


Sept. 


27, 1939 


20400684 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400685 


June 


26, 1940 


20400686 


Oct. 


11, 1939 


20400687 


Jan. 


17, 1940 


20400688 


June 


26, 1940 


20400689 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400690 


April 


10, 1940 


20400691 


Oct. 


4, 1939 


20400692 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20400693 


Oct. 


4, 1939 


20400694 


May 


3, 1939 


20400695 


Sept. 


13, 1939 


20400696 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400697 


Jan. 


19, 1938 


20400705 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20400700 


May 


29, 1940 


20400702 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400698 


Dec. 


20, 1939 


20400699 


Sept. 


21, 1938 


20400701 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400703 


Oct. 


18, 1939 


20400710 


Oct. 


18, 1939 


20400714 


Oct. 


11, 1939 


20400716 


Oct. 


25, 1939 


20400704 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400706 


Oct. 


26, 1938 


20400707 


Nov. 


16, 1938 


20400708 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400709 


Oct. 


11, 1939 


20400711 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400712 


May 


29, 1940 


20400713 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20400715 


Oct. 


18, 1939 


20400717 


Jan. 


26, 1938 


20400718 


Oct. 


18, 1939 


20400719 


Oct. 


11, 1939 


20400720 


May 


29, 1940 


20400721 


Sept. 


22, 1937 


20400722 


Oct. 


25, 1939 


20400723 


Jan. 


4, 1940 


20400724 


Nov. 


1, 1939 



Date of 
Discharge 



Oct. 18, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 



18, 1940 
18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



18, 1940 
18. 1940 
18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



HEADQUARTERS 60TH INFANTRY BRIGADE 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Home Station 


Scott, DonE 


Lt. Col 


0176085 
0185367 
0277164 
0224968 
0308243 


Jan. 25, 1937 
July 25, 1940 
Aug. 28, 1940 
April 11, 1934 


G 


Younts, PaulR 




Aycock, Charles B.. 


Captain 

Captain.. 

IstLt 


Raleigh 
Raleigh 




Moffitt, Laurence C 



Report of The Adjutant General 



189 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 60TH INFANTRY BRIGADE- LEAKSVILLE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Ferguson, George A.—. 
Fuicher, Lester 

Enlisted Men: 

Robertson, Otis W 

McPeters, Burdette... 

Ellington, Troy M 

StulU, Bethel J 

\| Bailey, Rholie B 

Collins, Lyman A 

Pratt, James A 

Robertson, Joseph I... 

Simpson, Jack P 

Connor, Willard F 

Robertson, Pete W 

Atkins, Frank D 

Bennett, Claude P.... 
Buckner, William F.__ 

Carroll, Barney A 

Carroll, Ernest M 

Chilton, William H... 

Currin, Oscar H 

Dodson, Thomas R._ . 
Duggins, William F... 

Hopper, Joe P 

Hoots, Raymond J 

McCullouch, Devoy E 

Meeks, Richard T 

Prather, Marvin L 

Reynolds, Weldon C. 

Shelton, Jack D 

Simpson, Robert D._. 
Boyd, Edwin C, Jr... 
Burroughs, Harvey L.. 
Caldwell, VarnelL.... 
Howerton, Winford L. 
Hundley, Herbert C... 

Hylton, PaulR 

Lawson, George N 

Light, Charles E 

Moore, Clifford C 

Moore, Franklin D 

Robertson, James R... 

Simmons, Jack W 

Simmons, Odell H 

Terry. Samuel W 

Woods, Harrison 



Captain . . 
2ndLt... 

Mr. Sgt... 
1st Sgt. .. 
Tech. Sgt 
Stf. Sgt... 

Sgt 

Sgt _. 

Sgt 

Sgt 

Sgt 

Corp 

Corp 

Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Private.. 
Private. .. 
Private. .. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private... 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private .. 
Private.. 



0-183214 
O-312012 



20452426 

20452423 

6404278 

20452425 

20452427 

20452438 

20452428 

20452465 

20452429 

20452430 

20452437 

20452442 

20452443 

20452431 

20452436 

20452447 

20452448 

20452449 

20452439 

20452450 

20452432 

20452440 

20452434 

20452456 

20452433 

20452458 

20452441 

20452435 

20452444 

20452445 

20452446 

20452451 

20452452 

20452453 

20452454 

20452455 

20452457 

20452464 

20452459 

20452460 

20452461 

20452462 

20452463 



Oct. 
Feb. 



10, 1930 
20, 1940 



July 
July 

Sept. 14 

Feb. 1 

July 20 

July 9 

March 21 

Sept. 21 

Sept. 25 

Jan. 18 

Sept. 12 
Jan 



May 
Oct. 



June 1 
July 30 
March 21 
Oct. 



June 
Jan. 
April 
June 
June 
June 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Sept. 25 
Sept. 14 
Jan. 18 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 
Sept, 
Sept, 
June 

Sept. 14 
March 21 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 
June 
Jan. 

Sept. 14 
June 14 



, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1940 
,1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
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Dec. 



190 



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120TH INFANTRY (RIFLE) 
FIELD AND STAFF 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Home Station 



Manning, John H 

Copeland, William V.- 
Cooper, James C 

Bowers, Claude T 

Fountain, Theodore K. 

Smith, Roy W 

Jackson, William H. R 



Colonel 
Lt. Col. 
Lt. Col. 
Major.. 
Captain 
Captain 
Captain 



O2078H 
0239549 
0209195 
0183291 
0222500 
0200584 
0332518 



Feb. 1, 1937 
March 3, 1937 
Aug. 28, 1940 
March 22, 1938 
July 8, 1927 
Nov. 3, 1926 
Aug. 22, 1939 



Raleigh 

Burlington 

Henderson 

Warrenton 

Greenville 

Raleigh 

Ayden 



OFFICER PERSONNEL-120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Home Station 



Manning, John H 

Cooper, James C 

Copeland, William V... 

Dolley, Stephen B 

McSwain, Peyton C 

Bowers, Claude T 

Goley, Willard C 

Alford, Alonzo 

Allen, John G., Jr 

Alston, Charles N 

Barbour, Luther H 

Cheek, Joseph E._ 

Crutchfield, James G._ _ 
Fountain, Theodore K._ 

Fuller, Arthur H _. 

Fuller, Elbert E 

Hager, Samuel E., Jr._. 
Jackson, William H. R. 

Long, Henry C 

Martin, James 

McGougan, Ernest D.. 

Moore, Henry B 

Morgan, Ernest R 

O'Neil, Gilbert M 

Plott, George F 

Powell, William A 

Skillman, Harold R 

Smith, Roy W 

Sturges, Conrad B 

Adkins, Joseph E 

Beland, Oakley B 

Bigham, Wilson S 

Bynum, Robert M., Jr.. 
Cooper, Lindsay T., Jr.. 

Davis, Fitzgerald E 

Edwards, Daniel K 

Hall, James M., Jr 

Hundley, Andrew J 

Lyerly, Herbert A 

Martin, Edwin P 



Colonel. 
Lt. Col.. 
Lt. Col.. 
Lt. Col.. 
Lt. Col.. 
Major... 
Major. . . 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain . 
lst. Lt... 
1st Lt.... 
IstLt.... 
1st Lt... 
IstLt.... 
IstLt... 
IstLt.... 
IstLt.... 
IstLt.... 
IstLt.... 
IstLt.... 



0207814 

0209195 

0239549 

0237521 

0166143 

0183291 

0244760 

0263745 

0256698 

0176081 

0208923 

0238362 

0170385 

0222500 

0242601 

0176285 

0277460 

03325 IS 

0276445 

0202681 

0138551 

0245313 

0274498 

0292375 

0329604 

0330435 

0203796 

0200584 

0282307 

0341135 

0325246 

0370817 

O263680 

0341067 

0348411 

O 

0291141 

0290036 

0281217 

0330825 



Feb. 

Aug. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

June 

March 

May 

May 

March 

Dec. 

June 

July 

Jan. 

April 

Nov. 

July 

May 

Dec. 

April 

June 

Aug. 

March 

June 

June 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

March 

April 

April 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Dec. 

June 

July 

May 



1, 1937 
28, 1940 

3, 1937 
13, 1940 
13, 1940 

22, 1938 
3, 1927 

23, 1929 

1, 1940 

10, 1924 
3, 1923 

15, 1932 

26, 1924 
5, 1927 
5, 1927 

27, 1940 
15, 1932 

28, 1939 

12, 1937 

11, 1936 
8, 1927 
3, 1927 

28, 1940 

24, 1923 

2, 1937 

10, 1938 
5, 1926 

13, 1934 
13, 1940 

22, 1938 
27, 1940 

23, 1930 

11, 1937 
30, 1940 
13, 1940 
11, 1934 

10, 1938 

11, 1940 

24, 1923 



Raleigh 

Henderson 

Burlington 

Gastonia 

Shelby 

Warrenton 

Graham 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Concord 

Durham 

Wilmington 

Asheboro 

Greenville 

Gastonia 

Oxford 

Winston-Salem 

Ayden 

Shelby 

Reidsville 

Parkton 

Graham 

Gastonia 

Burlington 

Waynesville 

Charlotte 

Warrenton 

Raleigh 

Henderson 

Wilson 

Wilson 

Reidsville 

Raleigh 

Winston-Salem 

Raleigh 

Durham 

Wilmington 

Warrenton 

Burlington 

Waynesville 



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191 



OFFICER PERSONNEL 120TH INFANTRY 



N \ M E 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Home Station 



McCollum, Paul \V. . 

McKinnon, John H 

McNeely, John C 

Parham, Maston S 

Pickett, Henry F 

Sykes, Kassell C 

Teague, John R., Jr 

Wright, Clyde T 

Young, Wiley R 

Allen, Claude E 

Armstrong, John L 

Baker, Baxter L., Jr 

Boyd, Thomas B 

Bynum, James J 

Byrd.JohnC _.. 

Colyer, William N 

Colyer, Charles F 

Davis, James M 

Delancey, Zeb V 

Edwards, Charles W._ . 
Earnhardt, Wilbur G... 
Ellington, Albert E.._. 

Floyd, John E 

Gordon, Edward S 

Hardesty, I van 

Hanson, Oscar E., Jr.. . 

Hughes, Robert A 

Jones, Charles F 

Johnson, Edward S 

Johnson, Edward S 

Lancaster, Ibby J 

Mann, Romulus M.. Jr 

Miller, Wilmer B 

Overby, Alton K 

Plott, George E 

Presnell, Tom 

Quinn, William N 

Rankin, Pinkney R 

Reich, Maurice H 

Steagall, Gordon I. 0... 

Williams, George D 

Willis, Henry C 

Wright, James E 

Wright, Willie B 

Burt, Millard P.. 



1st Lt. . 
1st Lt.. 
IstLt.. 
IstLt.. 
IstLt.. 
1st Lt.. 
IstLt.. 
IstLt.. 
IstLt.. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt, 
2nd Lt, 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
W. 0... 



0315283 

0259343 

0260002 

0299244 

0246325 

0331953 

0319654 

0349493 



0395672 

0335225 



0140480 



0372321 

0375207 



0368535 

0370749 



0285755 





0293714 



0382671 



0206262 

0383951 

0323815 



0389221 

0328160 

0394610 

0368536 

0345783 

0375404 

0385548 





0244732 

0319936 



0361492 

2000410 



Sept. 
June 
June 
May 
June 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Sept. 



12, 1940 
28, 1935 
9, 1939 
25, 1937 
17, 1938 
13, 1936 
30, 1940 
20, 1937 
13, 1940 



June 28, 1935 



Sept. 28, 1938 
March 8, 1939 



March 21, 1931 

Aug. 28, 1940 
June 21, 1937 



Sept. 15, 1940 
March 25, 1924 
Aug. 28, 1940 
Nov. 2, 1934 



May 27, 1924 
March 27, 1940 
Oct. 16, 1939 
July 11, 1940 
Aug. 28, 1940 
Aug. 28. 1940 



Dec. 

Sept. 



Dec. 

May 



11, 1934 
11, 1937 



20, 1937 
1, 1940 



Concord 
Parkton 
Charlotte 
Gastonia 
Durham 
Burlington 
Henderson 
Shelby 
Angier 
Shelby 
Parkton 
Charlotte 
Waynesville 
Raleigh 
Durham 
Charlotte 
Charlotte 
Waynesville 
Reidsville 
Waynesville 
Albemarle 
Raleigh 
Warrenton 
Gastonia 
Raleigh 
Charlotte 
Wilmington 
Oxford 
Concord 
Wilmington 
Parkton 
Winston-Salem 
Concord 
Warrenton 
Waynesville 
Asheboro 
Shelby 
Charlotte 
Winston-Salem 
Oxford 
Henderson 
Winston-Salem 
Parkton 
Shelby- 
Raleigh 



HEADQUARTERS COMPANY (LESS COMM. PLAT.) 120TH INFANTRY-GASTONIA, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 

Fuller, Arthur H.... 


Captain 

1st Lt. 




Jan. 5, 1927 
May 25, 1937 
June 21, 1937 










2ndLt 





192 



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HEADQUARTERS COMPANY (LESS COMM. PLAT.l 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Enlisted Men: 

Messer, Jappie G 

Moore, Ernest F 

Biddy, Fred C 

Davis, Dewey E 

Hamot, CarlV 

Phillips, William T 

Shrum, Jacob T 

Wallace, George S 

Bradley, Ernest W 

Crews, Arthur J 

Stacy, Grady P 

Wallace, Walter C 

Warlick, John W 

Burton, Lee R 

Cloninger, Richard C... 

Falls, James L 

Hoffman, Cary L 

Lytton, Ray A 

Rogers, Cecil W 

Sisk, PinkD..._ _ 

Steele, Wylie C 

Warlick, Robert C 

Adair, Fred P 

Alexander, Robert D.._ 

Andrews, Albert H 

Ballard, Charles E 

Baucom, Theodore C... 

Brown, Eric S 

Cantrell, Edward P.... 

Chumley, Lee M 

Cleary, Charlie 

DeHart, Troy J._ 

Eldridge, Howard L 

Eldridge, James 

Fair, Paul A 

Farmer, Clyde G 

Gantt, JC. R 

Garrett, James W 

Garrison, Albert L 

Garrison, Clarence, Jr.. 

Greene, Austin G 

Hester, Charles G 

Huffstetler, Stanley, Jr. 
Huffstickler, Leroy J.. _ 

Hurley, William B 

Jenkins, John C, Jr 

Jolley, Ralph L 

Ligon, Robert B 

Lowery, Marion W 

Lytton, Earl H 

Mauney, Paul B 

May, Frank H 

Nicholson, Wylie 

Rhyne, Jacob M 

Rhyne, James T 

Ruff, Arthur RJB 

Stewart, Luadan 

Welch. Herschel R 



Rank or 
Grade 



1st Sgt.. 
Stf. Sgt.. 

Sgt _ 

Sgt 

Sgt 

Sgt 

Sgt 

Sgt 

Corp 

Corp 

Corp 

Corp 

Corp 

Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private... 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private... 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private.. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



20452647 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20452648 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20452649 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20452650 


Aug. 


28, 1940 


20452651 


July 


3, 1940 


20452652 


Aug. 


24, 1940 


20452653 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20452654 


Sept. 


2, 1940 


20452655 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20452656 


Oct. 


10, 1939 


20452657 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20452658 


Aug. 


14, 1940 


20452659 


Feb. 


20, 1940 


20452660 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20452661 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20452662 


Jan. 


7, 1939 


20452663 


Aug. 


12, 1939 


20452664 


May 


11, 1940 


20452665 


May 


11, 1940 


20452666 


May 


5, 1940 


20452667 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20452668 


Jan. 


21, 1939 


20452669 


Aug. 


3, 1940 


20452670 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


20452671 


July 


18, 1940 


20452672 


Nov. 


25, 1939 


20452673 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20452674 


May 


13, 1940 


20452675 


Sept. 


3, 1938 


20452676 


May 


13, 1940 


20452677 


May 


11, 1940 


20452678 


Sept. 


2, 1940 


20452679 


March 31, 1940 


20452680 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20452681 


Nov. 


13, 1939 


20452682 


Aug. 


31, 1940 


20452683 


May 


25, 1940 


20452684 


Dec. 


30, 1939 


20452685 


Sept. 


16, 1939 


20452686 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20452687 


July 


20, 1940 


20452688 


July 


18, 1940 


20452689 


Feb. 


17, 1940 


20452690 


March 31, 1940 


20452691 


June 


4, 1940 


20452692 


May 


4, 1940 


20452693 


May 


9, 1940 


20452694 


March 31, 1940 


20452695 


May 


11, 1940 


20452696 


Sept. 


7, 1940 


20452697 


July 


13, 1940 


20452698 


July 


12, 1940 


20452699 


May 


31, 1939 


20452700 


July 


13, 1940 


20452701 


June 


22, 1940 


20452702 


April 


16, 1940 


20452703 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20452704 


Jan. 


13, 1940 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 18, 1940 



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193 



COMMUNICATIONS PLATOON HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 120TH INFANTRY— REIDSVILLE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Martin, James 

Bigham, Wilson S 

Enlisted Men: 

Hooper, Al Z 

Meador, James R, 

Carter, Earl A 

Hardy, Edward H 

Miller, Samuel E 

Murrell, Norman D 

Pettigrew, Floyd J 

Roach, Everette E 

Simpson, Mack C, Jr 

Smith, Robert E 

Taylor, James H 

Walker, Harry L 

Wyatt, James B. . _ 

Bondurant, Robert C. 

Duggins, James N 

Gammon, Leonard H 

Hord, Robert L._ 

Hudson, Robert J., Jr 

Langley, James H 

Pillar, Alcede T._ 

Sauls, Dewey F 

Shelton, Dixie E 

Smith, William L 

Sparrow, Robert L 

Walker, Julius B 

Williams, Ralph R 

Apple, Alvin T 

Ballinger, WiUard W 

Blankenship, Aubrey A.._ 

Blankenship, Cecil N 

Bodenheimer, Thurman E 

Brande, Romie A 

Brown, Clarence J 

Burgess, Clarence G _ 

Carter, James W 

Cooper, Fred H. 

Clymer, Glad K _ 

Dockery, William R 

Duncan, Albert J 

Fargis, John W 

Hooper, John W., Jr 

Jones, Allen D 

Knight, Harold D 

Massey, Woodrow W 

Mathews, Joe T._ 

McKinney, Geoffrey B... 

Moore, Clayton G 

Motley, Thomas S 

Myrick, Willie G 

Nance, Arthur E 

Pegram, Clarence L 

Perkinson, Zack F 



Captain 
IstLt.. 

Stf . Sgt. 
Stf. Sgt. 

Sgt 

Sgt 

Cpl 

Cpl 

Cpl 

Cpl 

Cpl 

Cpl 

Cpl 

Cpl 

Cpl 

Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private _ 
Private . 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20452736 

20452737 

20452738 

20452739 

20452740 

20452741 

20452742 

20452743 

20452744 

20452745 

20452746 

20452747 

20452748 

20452749 

20452750 

20452751 

20452752 

20452753 

20452754 

20452755 

20452756 

20452757 

20452758 

20452759 

20452760 

20452761 

20452762 

20452763 

20452764 

20452803 

20452765 

20452766 

20452799 

20452800 

20452767 

20452768 

20452803 

20452769 

20452770 

20452771 

20452772 

20452773 

20452774 

20452775 

20452776 

6845739 

20452777 

2045277S 

20452779 

20452SO4 

6941604 

20452781 



Dec. 

April 



Feb. 

April 

Feb. 

May 

Feb. 

April 

June 

May 

April 

April 

Feb. 

Nov. 

April 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

April 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

July 

Oct. 

March 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

July 

July 

June 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

July 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

April 

May 

July 

March 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

May 

Nov. 

Sept. 

July 

April 



11, 1936 
27, 1940 



, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1937 
, 1940 
, 1933 
,1937 
, 1939 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1937 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1938 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
i, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
:, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Nov. 1, 1940 
Nov. 29, 1940 
Sept. * 21, 1940 

Sept. 21, 1940 
Nov. 13, 1940 



Nov. 13, 1940 



Sept. 21, 1940 
Sept. 21, 1940 



194 Report of The Adjutant General 

COMMUNICATIONS PLATOON HEADQUARTERS COMPANY 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 




20452783 
20452784 
20452785 
20452786 
20452787 
20452788 
20452789 
20452790 
20452798 
20452801 
20452791 
20452792 
20452793 
20452794 
20452795 
20452796 
20452797 


Sept. 5, 1940 
Oct. 3, 1939 
Oct. 26, 1939 
June 8, 1940 
Oct. 10, 1939 
May 7, 1940 
Oct. 10, 1938 
Sept. 3, 1940 
Sept. 3, 1940 
Sept. 10, 1940 
Oct. 26, 1939 
June 11, 1940 
May 2, 1939 
Oct. 24, 1939 
April 2, 1940 
Aug. 22, 1939 
June 11, 1940 
















Siddle, Keith W 




Sept. 21, 1940 


Smith, Paul T 




Stallings, Roy P., Jr 












Stanley, Clifford M 










Sept. 21, 1940 






Strader, Lloyd T. ... 


Private 




Thore, David F., Jr... . 














Nov. 13, 1940 


Whitsett, John M 






Williams, Carl H... 



















SERVICE COMPANY, 120TH INFANTRY— RALEIGH, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Alien, John G., Jr 

Bynum, Robert M., Jr... 
Davis, Fitzgerals E 

Enlisted Men: 

Barbee, Edward F 

Liles, James B 

Wilkins, Robert J., Jr._ . 

Eisenhart, Marion R 

Dempsey, Percy E 

Massey, Cecil S., Jr 

Powers, James R 

Tyner, Layton C 

McDowell, Carl L 

Morris, Samuel J., Jr 

Alford, Lonnie R 

Beckwith, Bosworth C... 
Beckwith, Clifton W., Jr. 
Beckwith, William W.... 

Bowden, Henry C , Jr 

Buffaloe, James F 

Carter, Robert W 

Garner, Thomas R. 

Johnson, Joseph B 

Jones, Richard McK 

Lee, John W 

Miles, John E., Jr.. 

Phillips, Carey A 

Stell, Robert W 



Captain. 
lstLt... 
lst Lt... 

M. Sgt.. 
M. Sgt.. 
M. Sgt.. 
1st Sgt.. 
Stf. Sgt.. 
Stf. Sgt.. 
Stf. Sgt.. 
Stf. Sgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. let. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 



May 1, 1940 
April 23, 1930 
May 30, 1940 



20452845 
20452841 
20452842 
20452843 
20452850 
20452846 
20452849 
20452844 
20452847 
20452848 
20452851 
20452852 
20452853 
20452854 
20452855 
20452872 
20452873 
20451856 
20452857 
20452858 
20452862 
20452859 
20452863 
20452860 



March 

March 

June 

Aug. 

Feb. 

June 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

April 

May 

July 

July 

June 

Sept. 

May 

May 

May 

May 



14, 1939 
18, 1939 

1, 1940 
25, 1939 

22, 1938 
12, 1940 
11, 1940 

23, 1937 
11, 1940 
11, 1940 

2, 1940 

20, 1938 
11, 1940 

10, 1939 
2, 1940 

28, 1940 
2, 1940 

18, 1939 
1, 1939 

11, 1940 
30, 1939 

21, 1939 
9, 1939 
7, 1940 



Report of The Adjutant General 

SERVICE COMPANY, 120TH INFANTRY 



195 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Williams, Walter P 

Allen, Melville H 

Andrews, William J., Jr 

Ashe, Sam A., Ill 

Barrett, John W ._ 

Blake, John C 

Briggs, Alton G 

Brittain, John V., Jr... 

Cleaver, Albert B 

Clements, Lewis (none) 

Crews, Ralph M 

Coates, Joseph A 

Coxe, James E., Jr 

Dozier, William T 

Edwards, James B 

Frazelle, Edward L 

Goodwin, Kenneth E... 

Gill, William A 

Goswick, Gordon M 

Hair, FeltonG.. 

Henderson, David B... 

Johnson, Millard J 

Lloyd, Robert B 

Manning, Richard deY. 

Massey, Bruce F. 

O'Daniel, William V... 

Oglesby, Thomas B 

Pearce, John W 

Pearce, W lliam C 

Perry, Johnnie S 

Price, Robert P 

Robertson, Samuel M.- 
Shaw, Alexander T., Jr. 

Speight, Kenneth R 

Standi, Fred R 

Vestal, Charles, Jr 

Watkins, Robert G., Jr. 

White, Worth D 

Williams, Douglass 

Winston, Cameron P... 



Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 



20452861 
20452864 
20452865 
20452866 
20452867 
20452868 
20452869 
20452870 
20452874 
20452875 
20452876 
20452877 
20452878 
20452879 
20452880 
20452881 
20452882 
20452883 
20452884 
20452885 
20452886 
20452887 
20452888 
20452889 
20452890 
20452896 
20452897 
20452891 
20452892 
20452893 
20452894 
20452895 
20452898 
20452899 
20452900 
20452901 
20452902 
20452903 
20452904 
20452905 



June 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

Oct. 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

May 

July 



, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1940 
,1940 
,1939 
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,1940 
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:, 1940 



Dec. 28, 1940 



BAND, 120TH INFANTRY— RALEIGH, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Bynum, Robert M., Jr 
Burt, Millard P 

Enlisted Men: 

Womble, David A 

Ellen, Meredith N.... 
Campbell, Newell A... 



IstLt.... 
W. O 

Tech. Sgt. 
Stf. Sgt... 
Sergeant _ 



April 
May 



23, 1930 
1, 1940 



20452616 
20452617 
20452618 



June 9, 1939 
July 12, 1938 
Nov. 1, 1939 



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BAND, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Moody, William D _ 

White, Julian E., Jr 

Williamson, Elbe W 

Inman, Northrop A. 

Walton, Wilbam E 

Howell, Charles W 

LaGarde, Arthur E 

Manooch, Charles S., Jr. 
Perkins, Norris L., Jr... 

Renn, Drexel B 

Wilson, Barrett D., Jr... 

Andrews, Charles R. 

Cox, Leonard B 

Furr, Wilbam W 

Grady, Albert W._ 

Kirby, Sam J 

Laughlin, Ralph W., Jr.. 

Lee, Raymond H 

Maddrey, James T., Jr.. 

Matthews, Monroe J 

Mitchell, John P 

Perry, Kloman Y 

Williams, James C, Jr... 
Wilbamson, William B._ . 
Woodard, Frederick A... 



Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. - 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. _ 
Private.. 



20452619 
20452620 
20452621 
20452622 
20452623 
20452624 
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20452626 
20452627 
20452628 
20452629 
20452630 
20452631 
20452632 
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20452634 
20452635 
20452636 
20452637 
20452638 
20452639 
20452640 
20452641 
20452642 
20452643 



Dec. 
July 



June 12, 

Nov. 16, 

Oct. 17, 

July 23, 

July 5, 

June 20, 

May 19, 

March 25, 

Aug. 30, 

May 7, 

March 12, 

Oct. 17, 

May 8, 

Aug. 3, 

May 7, 

Nov. 24, 

July 30, 

July 25, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 13, 

May 8, 

May 7, 

Sept. 12, 



1938 
1938 
1940 
1937 
1938 
1940 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 



Oct. 11, 1940 
Nov. 16, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



MEDICAL DETACHMENT, 120TH INFANTRY— GRAHAM, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 
Goley, Willard C 




20455437 
20455440 
20455439 
20455438 
20455453 
20455455 
20455456 
20455442 
20455441 
20455444 
20455443 
20455445 
20455446 
20455447 
20455449 
20455450 


June 3, 1927 
June 3, 1927 
June 26, 1924 
Sept. 13, 1940 

May 18, 1938 
Sept. 12, 1940 
March 18, 1938 
May 24, 1939 
Sept. 20, 1938 
Feb. 8, 1940 
March 17, 1939 
Jan. 21, 1938 
May 11, 1940 
July 29, 1940 
April 15, 1938 
Sept. 4, 1940 
July 23, 1940 
Sept. 4, 1940 
Sept. 27, 1939 
Sept. 27, 1939 






Captain 

Captain 

1st Lt. 




Crutchfield, James G 




Young, Wiley R 




Enlisted Men: 
Cornell, Talmage W 


Stf. Sgt 




Stockard, Ralph M.. 


Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 




Tinnin, Grant M 




Welch, Edgar L... 




Troutman, Hal B 




Watkins, Joseph W 




Wilbams, James D._ . 




Davis, David F 




Davis, John C. 






Hall, General D.. . 






Hunter, Thomas B 






Ivey, Wilbam V 






Lee, Walter W... 




Sept. 16, 1940 


Lovett, James W 












McAdams, Marvin M. 


Private 


Sept. 19, 1940 



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MEDICAL DETACHMENT, 120TH INFANTRY 



197 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Merriman, Jesse N._ 

Revels, Jake C 

Simmons, Buster M. 
Watkins, Charles W 
Way, Lloyd Q 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20455448 
20455451 
20455452 
20455454 
2045545" 



Sept. 
May 
Sept. 
May 
Sept. 



6, 1940 
27, 1940 

3, 1940 
11, 1940 
15, 1939 



HEADQUARTERS, 1ST BATTALION, 120TH INFANTRY (RIFLE) 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 


Home Station 




Lt. Col 




March 3, 1937 











HEADQUARTERS DETACHMENT, 1ST BATTALION, 120TH INFANTRY (RIFLE)— OXFORD, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Jones, Charles F 

Enlisted Men: 

Parrott, Lewis T 

Preddy, Turner W.... 

Steagall, Rabon _ , 

Thompson, Charlie M 

Brown, William A 

Perkins, McCall 

Preddy, Robert W.... 

Riggan, James E 

Speed, John W 

Day, George R 

Grissom, Robert L 

Patterson, James P. . _ 
Wilson, Thomas P.... 
Webster, William D... 
Burwell, William S.... 

Carter, Robert T 

Cash, Fred W 

Cole, Roy S 

Cox, Grady L 

Dickerson, Willard A.. 

Fox, June A 

Longmire, James A.. . 

Moon, Willie L 

Moses, Clemmie S 

Oakley, Bernard G 

Saunders, Jeff R 



2ndLt... 

Tech. Sgt 
Stf. Sgt... 
Stf. Sgt... 
Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Corporal . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl- 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private- .. 
Private... 
Private... 



20452962 
20452965 
20452963 
20452967 
29452969 
10452982 
20452966 
20452984 
20452968 
20452974 
20452977 
20452983 
20452987 
20452986 
20452970 
20452971 
20452972 
20452973 
20452964 
20452975 
20452976 
20452978 
20452979 
20452980 
20452981 
20452985 



March 25, 1924 



Feb. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

April 

Sept. 

July 

July 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

March 

July 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

July 



, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Dec. 14, 1940 



Sept. 16, 1940 



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COMPANY A, 120TH INFANTRY-BURLINGTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

O'Neil, Gilbert M 

Sykes, Kassell C 

Enlisted Men: 

Lineberry, Charles T 

Copeland, William V., Jr 

Dollar, James A 

Gibbs, Royce L 

Gibson, Melvin S 

Jeffreys, William F 

Linnens, Roland, Jr 

Lindley, Leon M 

AUred, Norman E _ 

Coble, Henry C 

Gibson, Willie C 

Holt, Marshall W 

Webster, Samuel T 

Allred, Guy E._ 

Bradshaw, Frank W 

Barber, John E. 

Brown, Dexter B. 

Buff, Vance A 

Christopher, Harvey 

Fogleman, Paul V 

Hudgins, Carl 

Lewis, Hinton C... 

Little, Clifton T 

Pickett, James 

Stinson, Winfred L 

Tillman, Charlie M 

Wingfield, Garland E.._. 

Aiken, John L._ 

Allen, Simon E 

Allison, Atwell R ... 

Allred, Alfred M 

Arrowood, James E 

Barbee, Hurley 

Baker, Claiborne H 

Browning, Delbert H 

Chaffin, JohnH 

Dabbs, Walter F 

Dickey, William G 

Drake, Flavious F 

Edmonds, Rex 

Evans, Larry L 

Epperly, Joseph C 

Garner, Elvin 

Gates, Clarence 

Glosson, Elbert L 

Griffin, Forest M 

Hall, Clyde... 

Hancock, James E 

Kepley, Henry M 

Lee, Robert E. 

Lutterloh, Charles W 

Moore, Frank B 



Captain. 
IstLt... 

1st Sgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private .. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private.. 



20453009 
20453010 
20453011 
20453012 
20453013 
20453014 
20453015 
20453016 
20453017 
20453018 
20453019 
20453020 
20453021 
20453022 
20453023 
20453024 
20453025 
20453026 
20453027 
20453028 
20453029 
20453030 
20453031 
20453032 
20453033 
20453034 
20453035 
20453036 
20453037 
20453038 
20453039 
20453040 
20453041 
20453042 
20453043 
20453044 
20453045 
20453046 
20453047 
20453048 
20453049 
20453050 
20453051 
20453052 
20453053 
20453054 
20453055 
20453056 
20453057 
20453058 
20453059 
20453060 



Aug. 
Feb. 



28, 1940 
13, 1936 



May 12 : 

Aug. 28 

Feb. 6 

Jan. 10 

Nov. 11 

March 1 

June 27 

June 27 

Nov. 14 

June 9 

Oct. 19 

July 21 
Aug. 

July 17 



Feb. 
May 

Feb. 16 

May 19 

Feb. 12 

April 29, 

Dec. 6, 

April 24, 

May 2 

June 27 

Oct. 25 

Oct. 25, 

May 2, 

May 16, 

Aug. 1 

Feb. 2 

Sept. 10, 

Jan. 5, 

July 25, 
Aug, 

May 13 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 



Aug. 
July 

July 26 
Jan. 22 
Sept. 

Sept. 12 
Sept. 9 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 

Dec. 18 
Dec. 21 
Aug. 
Dec. 31 



, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
', 1938 
, 1938 
,1940 
,1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
,1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1937 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Dec. 5, 1940 



Oct. 29, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



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COMPANY A, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Overman, John H 

Patton, Garnett 

Perry, Charlie E 

Pickard, Marvin C._ . 

Porter, Floyd J 

Robinette, Donald N 
Robinson, George C. 

Rudd, Gilbert T 

Shoe, William A 

Shannon, William H. 

Simpson, Jack W 

Small, George C 

Smith, Harvey F 

Smith, Roy C 

Southern, Elwood E.. 

Starnes, Melon H 

Sumner, Claude M._ . 

Taylor, John H 

Tickle, Kenneth J.... 
Walker, Harrison H._ 

Wilson, Percy G 

Winstead, Joseph J. . 
Workman, William V, 

York, Elton E 

Fender, Buren G 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20453061 
20453062 
20453063 
20453064 
20453065 
20453066 
20453067 
20453068 
20453069 
20453070 
20453071 
20453072 
20453073 
20453074 
20453075 
20453076 
20453077 
20453078 
20453079 
20453080 
20453081 
20453082 
20453083 
20453084 
20453085 



Aug. 
June 
July 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
May 
May 
Aug. 
Sept. 
April 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



8, 1940 
24, 1940 

26, 1940 
30, 1939 

3, 1940 

5, 1939 

11, 1940 
10, 1940 

9, 1940 
9, 1940 

1, 1940 

27, 1940 

2, 1938 
1, 1939 
1, 1940 

10, 1940 
15, 1940 

6, 1940 

10, 1940 
6, 1940 
8, 1940 
1, 1940 

12, 1940 
12, 1940 

11, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



COMPANY B, 120TH INFANTRY— WARRENTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officebs: 
Skillman, Harold R.- 
Hundley, Andrew J.. 

Overby, Alton K 

Floyd, John E 

Enlisted Men: 

Lovell, Rupert N 

Aycock, Albert W.__. 

Bell, PaulP 

Bottoms, Mark P 

Morris, Randolph B._ 
Mustian, Douglas M. 

Rose, Edward L 

Watkins, Edwin B... 
England, William E._. 
Hedgepeth, Horace H 

King, Willie J 

Loyd, James R. 

Munn, Alex R 

Munn, James F 

Ridout, Clarence P.... 



Captain. 
IstLt... 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 

IstSgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 



20453216 
20453217 
20453218 
20453219 
20453220 
20453221 
20453222 
20453223 
20453224 
20453225 
20453226 
20453227 
20453228 
20453229 
20453230 



June 10, 1938 
June 10, 1938 
March 27, 1940 
Aug. 28, 1940 



May 

Jan. 

April 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

April 

Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



8, 1940 
21, 1939 
11, 1939 
14, 1939 
11, 1940 

9, 1940 
24, 1939 

11, 1940 
5, 1940 

14, 1939 

12, 1939 
4, 1938 

11, 1940 
11, 1940 
26, 1939 



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COMPANY B. 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 


Date of 

Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 


Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal- 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl... 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl. - 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 


20453231 
20453232 
20453233 
20453234 
20453235 
20453236 
20453237 
20453238 
20453239 
20453240 
20453241 
20453242 
20453243 
20453244 
20453245 
20453246 
20453247 
20453248 
20453249 
20453250 
20453251 
20453252 
20453253 
20453254 
20453255 
20453256 
20453257 
20453258 
20453259 
20453260 
20453261 
20453262 
20453263 
20453264 
20453265 
20453266 
20453267 
20453268 
20453269 
20453270 
20453271 
20453272 
20453273 
20453274 
20453275 
20453276 
20453277 
20453278 
20453279 
20453280 
20453281 
20453282 
20453283 
20453284 
20453285 
20453286 


Dec. 5 1939 






May 2 
Sept. 11 
Nov. 16 
Oct. 20 
Sept. 11 
Aug. 15 
Nov. 23 
Feb. 7 
Dec. 30 
Oct. 31 
Oct. 8 
Feb. 8 
Jan. 10 
Nov. 7 
July 16 
May 16 
Oct. 25 
Oct. 3 
Sept. 28 
March 30 
March 12 
Nov. 18 
July 30 
July 2 
Aug. 1 
Nov. 28 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 3 
July 16 
Sept. 7 
Jan. 2 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 10 
Oct. 20 
Oct. 10 
April 9 
Sept. 9 
Oct. 10 
Sept. 3 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
May 21 
Dec. 30 
May 21 
June 11 
Nov. 28 
June 25 
Oct. 21 
Nov. 23 
May 14 
Sept. 9 
Sept. 14 
Oct. 31 
July 30 


1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
















Herrin, Billie B. . 




Hull, Gordon B 


























Sept. 19, 1940 






Rochelle, Charles T 












Stegall, George C 
















Young, Clifton H 






Sept. 19, 1940 






Bobbitt, Walter C 




Nov. 27, 1940 














Collins, Ernest E 






Davis, Edwin F 












Felts, Herbert L 






Floyd, Arthur H 






Floyd, George W._ 












Harp, Nathaniel T.. 




Sept. 19, 1940 




















Jarrell, Sam 




Sept. 19, 1940 


King, Tom E 


















Loyd, Walter V 






Mabry, Benjiman F _ 






Mustian, Walter B 






Ormsby, Hansel P 












Paynter, Walter C 






Pearcey, John W 










Sept. 19, 1940 


Rudd, Persie N... . 










Sept. 19, 1940 








Stallings, Junius. . 






Shearin, Arthur B 






Shearin, George A. 


Private.. 





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COMPANY B, 120TH INFANTRY 



201 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 




20453287 
20453288 
20453289 
20453290 
20453291 
20453292 
20453293 


Sept. 4, 1940 
Jan. 5, 1940 
July 30, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Nov. 21, 1939 
March 26, 1940 
July 30, 1940 






Private 








White, Beverly G 


















Wilson, Gradv C 


Private 









COMPANY C, 120TH INFANTRY— HENDERSON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Sturges, Conrad B 

Teague, John R., Jr 

Williams, George D 

Enlisted Men: 

Smith, James W. 

Blanks, Richard P 

Harris, Robert V 

Holmes, Elton R 

Jackson, Marvin L 

Reams, Russell T 

Stainback, Ben H 

Walters, Jack 

Edwards, Plummer, Jr.. 

Faulkner, Titus G 

Peoples, Carl E 

Pridgen, Robert B 

Rideout, Robert M 

Rux, Lawrence J 

Smith, William R 

Wynn, Linwood L 

Furman, William H., Jr, 

Boone, Carl E 

Clop ton, Herbert L 

Duke, Maryland C 

Garrett, Herbert M 

Grissom, Earnest W 

Harris, Roland J ... 

Kelly, George T 

Knight, Harold L 

Lassiter, Charles W 

Moore, James E 

Peoples, Henry S 

Roberson, Robert A 

Poole, James C 

Robertson, Bryant O 

Ross, William T 

Wells, Carson T 

Wright, Grover F 



Captain. 
IstLt... 
2ndLt.. 

IstSgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl- 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 



20453423 
20453424 
20453425 
20453426 
20453427 
20453428 
20453429 
20453430 
20453431 
20453454 
20453433 
20453434 
20453435 
20453436 
29453437 
20453438 
20453432 
20453439 
20453440 
20453441 
20453456 
20453457 
20453458 
20453466 
20453442 
20453469 
20453474 
20453477 
20453479 
20453476 
20453443 
20453444 
20453445 
20453446 



Nov. 13, 1934 
Aug. 30, 1940 
Dec. 11, 1934 



Oct. 

May 

June 

June 

Feb. 

July 

May 

Jan. 

May 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

June 

May 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

July 

Sept. 

April 

Aug. 

Feb. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 



21, 1937 

2, 1938 
20, 1940 

24, 1940 
23, 1939 

6, 1939 

25, 1939 

7, 1938 

26, 1938 
30, 1940 
23, 1939 

3, 1938 
28, 1939 
28, 1939 
13, 1940 

27, 1940 

20, 1940 

12, 1938 

1, 1939 
16, 1939 

28, 1939 

13, 1940 

2, 1940 
5, 1940 

21, 1939 
5, 1939 

11, 1940 

13, 1940 

4, 1940 

3, 1940 
2, 1939 

23, 1938 

14, 1939 

5, 1939 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Ayscue, McClura R.. 
Capps, Edward F — 

Caulder, Britt B 

Clark, Leland W 

Clopton, Robert L... 

Clopton, Vid 

Deans, Jesse J 

Franklin, William M. 

Hayes, Daniel 

Hobgood, Leonard H. 
Hedgepeth, Percy L.- 
Jackson, Woodrow F. 
Joumigan, James L._ 
Journeigan, Claude E 

Jones, Cornie E 

King, William H 

King, John N., Jr 

Layton, Ollie 

Liles, William, Jr 

Mangum, James H... 

Melton, Buck 

Pearce, Madison M.- 
Riley, Rufus 

Rose, Archie F 

Saunders, Howard F. . 
Satterwhite, Jesse M. 

Smith, Calvin _ 

Smith, Edgar L 

South, Arthur. 

South, Ernest 

Strange, Russell 

Strickland, Wilson 

Walker, Warren P.. . . 
Wallace, ClellandL... 

Williams, John E 

Wright, Wiley L 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
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Private 
Private. 
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Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
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Private. 
Private. 



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June 
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Oct. 
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Feb. 
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June 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
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Sept. 
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Oct. 
Oct. 
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Oct. 
Sept. 
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April 



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25, 1939 
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13, 1940 

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28, 1939 
27, 1940 
25, 1940 
25, 1940 

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13, 1940 
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16, 1940 
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2, 1939 
25, 1940 
27, 1940 
13, 1940 
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13, 1940 

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13, 1940 
18, 1940 
25, 1939 
25, 1939 
25, 1940 

14, 1939 
13, 1940 

6, 1939 
2, 1940 

5, 1940 
4, 1940 



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COMPANY D, 120TH INFANTRY— DURHAM, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Barbour, Luther H... 

Pickett, Henry F 

Byrd, John C 

Enlisted Men: 

Daves, William T 

Bell, John L 

Burgess, Claibourne J 

Hooker, Martin O 

King, William E 



Captain. 
1st Lt... 
2ndLt. 

IstSgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 



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20453633 
20453635 
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April 3, 1923 
June 17, 1938 
Sept, 28, 1938 



March 7, 1939 
Dec. 4, 1939 
March 18, 1939 
Aug. 25, 1939 
Feb. 7, 1939 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Lumley, James A... 

Moore, James R 

Rowe, Clyde E 

Cole, Edgar L., Jr 

Ewing, James P 

Hutchines, Cheatham R._. 

Jackson, James E 

Lewis, Jesse L 

Ligon, Paul E 

Parker, MylesT.... 

Pennington, Hubert E 

Stuart, Charles F 

Thomas, William L 

Tiller, Edward E 

Bryant, Alvesta 

Chamblee, Francis L 

Chandler, Marion L 

Cole, Wayne S 

Durham, Robert J 

Gooch, Thomas H 

Hall, Allan 

Hammond, Ernest B 

Herndon, Theodore C, Jr.. 

Home, James W 

Kellerman, Merle A 

King, Charlie J 

Nichols, Remus 

Rigsbee, Walter W., Jr.... 

Sercy, Elmer W 

Snipes, John B.._ ... 

Staples, Clarence W 

Wall, Edward F.._ 

Wilkinson, Julius C, Jr — 

Willoughby, Ray 

Abernathy, Eugene H. 

Baker, Alton L. 

Baker, Quinton W ... 

Barbee, Robert M 

Benton, Paul R.. 

Bobbitt, Sidney A., Jr 

Boyd, Harold A 

Brewer, Howard 

Brown, Christos A 

Brown, James L 

Bryant, Julian C 

Camden, William E 

Christmas, Edward L., Jr.. 

Currie, James E 

Decker, James R 

Elliott, David M 

Gilmore, William P 

Green, Julius H 

Gregory, Ernest M 

Hicks, Wilbur J 

Hill, Leroy 

Hobby, James L._ _ 



Sergeant. 



Sergeant . 
Corporal . 
Corporal _ 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Corporal . 
Corporal . 
Corporal . 
Corporal . 
Corporal _ 
Corporal . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id- 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl- 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl— 
Pvt. Id- 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl. . 
Pvt. lcl- 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private. . . 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private. . . 
Private. _ . 
Private. . . 
Private. . . 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
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Private... 
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Private... 
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Jan. 

June 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

July 

April 

June 

Nov. 

Aug. 

May 

April 

June 

Aug. 

March 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

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Oct. 

June 

Nov. 

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Oct. 

June 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

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Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

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June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



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17, 1939 

5, 1939 
9, 1939 

30, 1939 

25, 1939 

14, 1939 
12, 1939 
17, 1939 
12, 1939 

1, 1939 
16, 1939 

19, 1939 
11, 1938 

11, 1940 
3, 1940 

12, 1940 
9, 1939 
7, 1939 

16, 1939 

20, 1939 

17, 1939 
23, 1940 

31, 1939 

6, 1938 

15, 1939 
3, 1940 

25, 1939 

15, 1940 
17, 1940 
12, 1938 

11, 1940 

16, 1939 

12, 1939 
6, 1939 

16, 1940 
11, 1940 

13, 1940 
3, 1940 

15, 1940 
11, 1940 
22, 1940 
11, 1940 
11, 1940 
11, 1940 
11, 1940 

17, 1940 
3, 1940 

11, 1940 
11, 1940 
13, 1940 
3, 1940 
11, 1940 
11, 1940 
13, 1940 
13, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 
Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



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COMPANY D, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Holmes, Herbert W 

Huffman, George W 

Johnson, Willard F 

Jones, Ernest T 

Kimbro, Gilbert G. 

Lane, Robert M 

Lawson, James B 

Lawson, William V 

Lee, William A., Jr 

Lloyd, James M 

Logner, Louis A 

Long, Robert B._ 

Mangum, Charles M 

McGhee, Paul W 

McKee, Gerald L. 

Moore, Winston E 

Nycum, Robert K 

Pendergrass, Coy L 

Parrish, Robert W 

Pickett, Claudius A 

Pickett, Stewart M 

Potts, Hubert M 

Prince, Lloyd G 

Pritchard, Charles E 

Rippey, Arthur L., Jr.. . 

Roberts, Earl U 

Rowe, William A 

Satterfield, Mack L 

Seagroves, Frederick J.. . 
Spaulding, James H., Jr. 

Summerlin, James L 

Tiller, Lee R., Jr 

Umstead, William L., Jr, 

Ward, Lawrence J 

Weaver, Thomas M 

Webster, John R 

Whaley, Wallace W 

Williams, Frank L 

Wilson, Lawrence G 

Wrenn, Tyson W._ 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



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Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
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Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
Sept. 
May 
Aug. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



11, 1940 

13, 1940 
3, 1940 

14, 1940 
17, 1940 
14, 1940 

14, 1940 
11, 1940 
17, 1940 
13, 1940 
19, 1940 
11, 1940 
11, 1940 

15, 1940 
11, 1940 
13, 1940 
15, 1940 
11, 1940 
13, 1940 
11, 1940 

1, 1940 
6, 1940 
11, 1940 
22, 1940 
1, 1940 
11, 1940 
24, 1940 

13, 1940 

14, 1940 
6, 1940 

11, 1940 

13, 1940 
24, 1940 

14, 1940 
11, 1940 
14, 1940 
11, 1940 
11, 1940 
14, 1940 
13, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 
Sept. 17, 1940 



Oct. 20, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 
Sept. 17, 1940 



HEADQUARTERS, 2ND BATTALION, 120TH INFANTRY (RIFLE) 



Name 


Grade 


Date of 
Commission 


Residence 




Major. 


Jan. 5, 1927 









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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Earnhardt, Wilbur G 

Enlisted Men: 

Holder, Jeter B 

Arey, Richard S 

Burleson, Clarence A. 
Cranford, Norman N 
Burleson, Julius F.__ 
Hathcock, Jesse C._. 
Howard, Union M._ _ 
Stallings, James D._ . 

Blalock, Henry J 

Hatley, Fred 

Mauldin, Herman A.. 
Thomas, Johnny M.. 
Almond, Johah M... 

Archer, Fred 

Blake, Oliver D., Jr.. 
Bowers, Clifford W... 

Clayton, Elmer C 

Cole, Walters 

Holt, MelvinR 

Hopkins, Floyd J 

McLester, Melvin L._ 

Morris, Eugene T 

Phillips, Tommie B._ 
Troublefield, Lloyd. . 



2ndLt... 

Tech. Sgt 
Stf. Sgt... 
Stf. Sgt... 
Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private. .. 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 



0225755 



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20453801 
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20453810 



March 21, 1931 



Aug. 
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Oct. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
May 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Aug. 
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June 
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Oct. 18, 1940 



COMPANY E, 120TH INFANTRY— CONCORD, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 


Captain 

1st Lt. 


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20453843 
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20453840 
20453863 
20453841 
20453842 
20453895 
20453854 


May 10, 1924 
Sept. 12, 1940 
May 27, 1924 
Aug. 28, 1940 

Feb. 15, 1940 
Feb. 8, 1940 
July 28, 1940 
May 3, 1940 
May 6, 1940 
Jan. 8, 1939 
Dec. 23, 1938 
June 14, 1940 
Oct. 2, 1939 
Sept. 5, 1940 
March 11, 1939 
June 24, 1940 
Dec. 31, 1938 




McCollum, Paul W. 




Miller, WilmerB... 


2ndLt 

2ndLt 

1st Sgt 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant- 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 








Enlisted Men: 




Coley, Claude T 






Oct. 21, 1940 








Kluttz, Cecil T _ 








Wolfe, Roland S 














Sept. 21, 1940 




Hudson, Paul E 





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COMPANY E, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men; 

Jackson, Henry F._ 

Newton, Odis D 

Overcash, Claude S 

Shinn, Hoyle M 

Turner, David H 

Avery, Romulus H 

Ballard, Alfred W 

Bass, Roy B 

Cook, Jessie 

Cozzens, William I 

Foster, Conway S 

Fry, Harless L 

Furr, Ellis M 

Freeman, James M 

Furr, Joe H 

Helms, Richard 

Kirk, Thomas M 

Layton, Melvin G 

Lentz, Charles A _- 

Lewis, George A 

Mincy, William C 

Morris, Henry N 

Rowell, Joseph H. 

Rummage, Roy F 

Stewart, Herman E 

Tarlton, Devoid C 

Troutman, James 

Basinger, Raymond L — 
Blackwelder, Josiah C — 
Blackwelder, Raymond S 

Bost, Andrew Z... 

Bostic, Johnnie L 

Bowers, James H. 

Bullard, Lawrence D 

Bullard, Lonnie W 

Carter, Lester C 

Cline, Robert H 

Clontz, Benjamin F 

Cooper, Harry E 

Crook, William E 

Cruse, Lester I 

Deaton, Jason C 

Eddleman, Roscoe S, 

Ford, Arch H 

Ford, Oscar J 

Fox, James B. 

Griffin, Noah A 

Haigler, Merrit D., Jr._. 

Hatley, Jay L 

Hatley, Roy L 

Hinson, McRaven G 

Honeycutt, Benny W 

Honeycutt, John H 

Hopkins, Billy F 

Howard, Thurman E 

Humberger, Ray L 



Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Pvt. lc! 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. Id 

Pvt. lc! 

Pvt. lc! 

Pvt. lc! 

Pvt. 1 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc! 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc 

Pvt. lc! 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 



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May 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Feb. 

June 17 

May 30 
Dec 
Jan. 

Sept. 25 

Nov. 4 

Nov. 24 

May 20 
July 

Sept. 25. 

Sept. 28 

Nov. 13 

Sept. 26, 

Oct. 16 

Sept. 25 

May 27. 

Oct. 2 

Nov. 21 

Nov. 21 

Sept. 27, 

Oct. 26, 
Nov. 

Sept. 28, 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 15, 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 10 

Sept. 13 
Sept 
Sept 

Sept. 1 
Sept. 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 3 

Sept. 10 

Sept. 15 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 15, 

Sept. 11 

March 21 

July 17 

Feb. 2, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 10 : 

Sept. 15 

July 15, 

Aug. 3 

Sept, 9 

June 24 

Sept. 15 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 14 



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, 1940 
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COMPANY E, 120TH INFANTRY 



207 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Hurlocker, Walter M 

Justice, Jack 

Kennedy, Paul R 

Kennedy, John P 

Lefler, CarlE 

Lefler, Hurshel B 

McManus, James V.. 
Medlin, Hilyard 0. . . 

Miller, Louis C 

Miller, Robert L 

Misenhiemer, Jack E 

Motley, Henry M 

Morgan, Paul E 

Overcash, Taylor H._ 

Price, William H 

Pruett, David F 

Regan, Carl L 

Ross, Glenn D 

Russ, Theodore J 

Seahorn, Melvin J._ _ 
Sechlar, Worth L._._ 
Seborn, Harold W... 

Shoe, Martin L 

Simpson, Lester N— 
Stallings, Martin L... 

Staton, BoydF 

Stowe, Sam 

TaUey, Will A 

Thomas, Samuel L._ . 

Trull, James J 

Volger, Edgar W 

Wilson, Gresham M._ 

Woody, Wayne L 

Worthington, Carl D. 
Wyatt, Edwin F 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



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COMPANY F, 120TH INFANTRY— CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Sarial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 
Powell, William A. 


Captain . . _ 

1st Lt 


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20454042 
20454043 
20454044 
20454045 
20454046 


June 2, 1937 
June 9, 1939 
March 8, 1939 
Aug. 28, 1940 

Aug. 20, 1938 
Jan. 11, 1938 
July 17, 1940 
March 20, 1940 
Oct. 26, 1937 
Oct. 10, 1939 








Colyer, William N 


2ndLt 

2ndLt 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant - 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 








Enlisted Men: 




















Wray, Edmund L 





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Enlisted Men: 

Atwell, William D 

Crosby, Thomas D _ 

DeArmond, Joe B 

Griffith, Charles F 

Holmes, Austin S 

Hooks, Cecil M 

Justice, James R 

Moore, William F 

Staton, Purdie D 

Wintzer, Antonie E 

Anthony, Edward 

Banks, George W. 

Bumgardner, Joseph L... 

DeArmond, Robert C 

Gordon, Wyatt A 

Hucks, Vernon D 

Johnson, Otis L 

Mars, Ferdinand M 

McClellan, Harold J 

Mullis, Robert A 

Scruggs, Francis T 

Sharpe, Albert B 

Siler, Arnold J 

Smith, Paul W 

Trull, J. B 

Wise, George R 

Bailey, Glenn A 

Baldwin, Walter E., Jr... 

Beatty, Arthur L 

Bradshaw, Charles.- 

Butler, Ernest C, Jr 

Butler, James D 

Butler, Joe M 

Carnes, Oscar M 

Cochran, James C 

Colville, Ottis C 

Conrades, William L., Jr.. 

Cook, Julian F._ 

Dees, Jack W. 

EUis, Clarence A 

Gaddy, Joe E 

Gregory, Woodrow W 

Hargett, Thomas B 

Hegler, Alfred L.... 

Helms, Charlie C 

Henderson, Kenneth L. . _ 

Hendnx, Ewell H 

Hendrix, Johnnie S 

Hood, Robert B 

Kelly, James L 

Kinsey, Charlie R 

La wing, Garland 

La wing, Robert C __ 

Leonard, Frank A 

Lynn, Dick S 

McLendon, Lewis R _ 



Rank or 
Grade 



Corporal . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl. . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl. . 
Private.-- 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private... 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private. .. 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 



Serial No. 



20454047 
20454048 
20454049 
20454050 
20454051 
20454052 
20454053 
20454054 
20454055 
20454056 
20454057 
20454058 
20454059 
20454060 
20454061 
20454062 
20454063 
20454064 
20454065 
20454066 
20454067 
20454129 
20454068 
20454069 
20454070 
20454071 
20454072 
20454073 
20454074 
20454075 
20454128 
20454076 
20454077 
20454078 
20454079 
20454080 
20454081 
20454082 
20454083 
204540S4 
20454085 
20454086 
20454087 
20454088 
20454089 
20454090 
20454091 
20454092 
20454093 
20454094 
20454095 
20454096 
20454097 
20454132 
20454098 
20454099 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Nov. 15, 

Sept. 14, 

March 31, 

Sept. 8, 

Feb. 8, 

Jan. 3, 

March 7, 

Nov. 15, 

June 6, 

March 24, 

March 24, 

May 3, 



Aug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 



Aug. 22, 
July 22, 
Nov. 2, 
May 17, 
July 10, 
May 28, 
26, 
10, 
2, 
11, 
25, 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
July 
Oct. 

Sept. 11 

Nov. 21 

Nov. 2 

Sept. 14 

May 28 

July 29 

Sept. 5 

Sept. 7 

July 31 

Jan. 2 

July 17 



March 20, 

July 17, 

Sept. 7, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 4, 

March 19, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 5, 

July 29, 



Sept. 
Sept. 
June 



Feb. 22, 

Jan. 11, 

July 24, 

July 24, 

Sept. 14, 

July 17, 

Oct. 7, 



1938 

1940 

1939 

1940 

1938 

1939 

1939 

1938 

1939 

1939 

1939 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1939 

1939 

1940 

1939 

1938 

1940 

1940 

1939 

1939 

1940 

1939 

1939 

1940 

1939 

1939 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1940 

1939 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



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COMPANY F. 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Messer, Carl G 

Mitchum, Winburn L._ 

Morrison, Ralph W 

Myers, William A 

Norris, Claude H 

Norton, Jesse E 

Norton, Olen W., Jr.... 

Owens, David N _ 

Parham, William C 

Pigg, Banks S..._ 

Purser, Homer A 

Queen, Robert J 

Randall, Fredrick W... 
Richardson, William B. 

Ritch, Willies J 

Robertson, Hurbert T.- 
Rogers, Herbert R 

Ryan, John H 

Sanders, Jess V 

Sharpe, Harry C 

Simmons, Cleveland 

Stewart, Oscar E., Jr.. _ 
Thomas, William C, Jr. 
Thornburg, Garland L._ 
Walker, Thomas J., Jr.. 
Whittington, James R.. 

Williams, Edward A 

Wingate, Richard H 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20454100 
20454101 
20454102 
20454103 
20454104 
20454105 
20454106 
20454111 
20454107 
20454108 
20454109 
20454110 
20454112 
20454113 
20454114 
20454115 
20454116 
20454117 
20454118 
20454119 
20454120 
20454121 
20454122 
20454123 
20454124 
20454125 
20454126 
20454127 



June 19 
Sept, 10 
Sept. 13 
Aug. 3 
Jan. 2 
Aug. 28 
22 
9 
6 



Feb. 
Sept. 
Feb. 

Aug. 28 

Oct. 26 

March 12 

July 20 

May 1 

July 10 

Sept. 10 

Aug. 3 

July 29 

June 12 
Sept. 

July 23 

March 12 

Sept. 11 



Jan. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 
Sept. 20, 1940 



COMPANY G, 120TH INFANTRY— WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 


Captain 

1st Lt 


20454248 
20454249 
20454250 
20454251 
20454252 
20454253 
20454254 
20454255 
20454256 
20454257 
20454258 
20454259 
20454260 


Nov. 15, 1932 
Sept. 11, 1937 
Sept. 11, 1937 

Sept. 12, 1940 
Jan. 4, 1940 
Sept. 12, 1940 
May 1, 1939 
March 12, 1940 
April 18, 1938 
July 6, 1939 
Sept. 12, 1940 
July 11, 1940 
Feb. 20, 1939 
July 11, 1940 
Nov. 23, 1939 
Jan. 7, 1939 








Willis, Henry C 


2ndLt 

IstSgt. 




Enlisted Men: 






Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Corporal 

Corporal.. 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal.. 

Corporal 

Pvt. Id 










Oct. 17, 1940 


Dillon, Hardin T., Jr 




















Settle, James T. 




Shore, Harold W 

Wyatt, Thurmon R 




Clodfelter, Jack T 





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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Day, Paul E 

Hedgecoek, Percy L 

Jones, Curtis L. 

Messick, Edwin J 

Murray, Harry W 

Pinnix, Edward H 

Rhoades, Clarence M 

Shouse, Lewis W 

Shouse, Robert J 

Weatherman, William H. 

York, Lawrence E. 

Beasley, James W., Jr 

Berry, Harry R.. 

Binkley, Eldon G._ 

Binkley, Richard E 

Binkley, William E 

Blalock, Conrad M 

Brickey, Fred J 

Brown, Burton E 

Caudle, Marvin A 

Chitty, RayF 

Clark, Robert B 

Cobbler, Ray C 

Colley.JackC 

Collins, William 

Crews, Edward R 

Daniels, Winford W. 

East, Hassel A 

Elson, Norman 0. 

Evans, Charles W 

Everhart, Homer M 

Feimster, Horace W., Jr. . 

Fields, Grover F 

Fox, Charles E 

Franklin, David E 

Garner, John F.. . _ 

Gough, Francis M 

Hailey, Hanes H 

Harrison, David T 

Hedgecoek, Meredith M.. 

Hedgecoek, Robah C 

Irvin, James T. 

Kates, Tom H 

Kiger, Sidney C 

Kirby, Ernest J 

Kirby, Lee R 

Langford, Clyde R 

Littleton, James E 

Matthews, Robert H. 

Moore, Clarence A 

Mosley, Harold E 

Nichols, Robert L._ 

Rickard, George W., Jr.. . 

Royal, Clyde M 

Rule, Eugene W 

Russel, Robert M 



Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private _ 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20454261 
20454262 

R-2612851 
20454263 
20454264 
20454265 
20454266 
20454267 
20454268 
20454269 
20454270 
20454271 
20454272 
20454273 
20454275 
20454274 
20454276 
20454329 

R-6965096 
20454330 
20454277 
20454278 
20454279 
20454280 
20454281 
20454282 
20454283 
20454284 
20454285 
20454286 
20454287 
20454288 
20454289 
20454290 
20454291 
20454292 
20454293 
20454294 
20454295 
20454296 
20454297 
20454298 
20454299 
20454300 
20454301 
20454302 
20454303 
20454304 
20454305 
20454306 
20454307 
20454308 
20454309 
20454310 
20454311 
20454312 



May 22 
May 31 
Jan. 9 
March 1 
May 29 
Nov. 28 
March 20 
Oct. 4 
Oct. 11 
March 20 
May 29 
April 14 
Sept. 5 
Jan. 10 
Sept. 11 
March 1 
Nov. 28 
Sept. 13 
Sept. 13 
April 15 
March 4 
Sept. 5 
Sept. 
April 24 
1 



April 
Dec. 

Aug. 30 

Sept. 11 

Sept. 29 

Sept. 11 

Oct. 6 

Sept. 5 

July 20 

April 22 
Jan. 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 11 

Sept. 11 

Sept. 5 

April 1 

Sept. 5 

Oct. 2 

Feb. 27 
Oct, 

May 13 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 11 

Oct. 23 

April 15 
May 
May 
April 

Aug. : 
Jan. 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 14 



, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
,1939 
,1938 
, 1939 
, 1937 
, 1937 
|, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Report of The Adjutant General 



211 



COMPANY G, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Sale, James L._ , 

Smith, John C 

Smitherman, Robert L._ 

Smothers, Odell W 

Sneed, John R 

Spillman, Isaac E 

Tesh, Coley F 

Throckmorton, James L 

Tippett, William L 

Tuttle, Clifton W 

Wall.JoeF 

Webster, Arless A., Jr... 
Webster, Robert L., Jr.. 

West, Wilburn R 

Wise, Ralph W 

Wyatt, Cecil F 

Yates, Gilmer B 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20454313 
20454314 
20454331 
20454315 
20454316 
20454317 
20454318 
20454319 
20454320 
20454321 
20454322 
20454323 
20454324 
20454325 
20454326 
20454327 
20454328 



Sept. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
May 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Sept. 



9, 1940 

1, 1940 
14, 1940 

29, 1938 
14, 1940 
31, 1938 

2, 1939 
13, 1940 

5, 1940 

5, 1940 

30, 1939 
26, 1940 

13, 1940 

14, 1940 
13, 1940 

6, 1939 
13, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



COMPANY H, 120TH INFANTRY— WAYNESVILLE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Plott, George F _ 

Martin, Edwin P 

Plott, George E _ 

Lyerly, Herbert A.. . 

Enlisted Men: 
Arrington, William G 
Carswell, Samuel A.. 
Dunavant, Henry C.- 
Franklin, Oliver W... 

Hill, Edward 

Robinson, James E... 

Byrd, Frank C 

Chafin, Thad O., Jr.. 
Grant, Theodore R._. 
Robinson, Mack E... 

Sloan, Samuel J 

Swanger, John H 

Wright, Robert H._._ 
Arrington, John R._ . 
Arrington, Larry C... 
Burgess, Charles E... 
Carswell, RufusT... 
Cochran, Thomas L._ 

Cope, Robert, Jr 

Gilliland, Robert W.. 

Hill, Roe 

James, Columbus O.. 
Leming, Joe L 



Captain. 
1st Lt._ . 
2nd Lt.. 
IstLt... 

Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 



20454455 
20454456 
20454457 
20454458 
20454459 
20454460 
20454461 
20454462 
20454463 
20454464 
20454465 
20454466 
20454467 
20454468 
20454471 
20454469 
20454470 
20454472 
20454473 
20454474 
20454475 
20454476 
20454477 



March 24, 1923 

May 24, 1923 

Oct. 16, 1939 

July 11, 1940 



Feb. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

April 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Oct. 



27, 1939 

14, 1940 
11, 1940 

13, 1939 
11, 1940 
17, 1939 
11, 1940 
21, 1939 
17, 1940 

15, 1938 
24, 1939 
11, 1940 

14, 1939 
21, 1939 

4, 1939 
11, 1940 
30, 1939 
24, 1940 
11, 1940 
24, 1939 

1, 1939 
24, 1939 
24, 1939 



Sept. 18, 1940 
Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 
Sept. 18, 1940 



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COMPANY H, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Mehaffey, Floyd E 

Milner, George M 

Mitchell, William E.._. 

Moody, Lawrence L 

Sheehan, Paul S 

Shook, William C 

Aldridge, William, Jr.. 

Allen, John R 

Arrington, Ted D 

Boone, Homer H 

Carswell, John R., Jr... 

Carver, Eugene 

Curtis, Charles, Jr 

Cutshaw, David L 

Davis, Ned S 

Davis, Roger M 

Deitz, Alvin R 

Edwards, David C 

Edwards, Mark 

Edwards, Max G 

Edwards, Roy E 

Ferguson, Frank D., Jr 

Ferguson, Joe G 

Fowler, Algie M 

Franklin, Homer 

Franklin, James K 

Franklin, Lawrence J,.. 

Franklin, Walter J 

Gunter, Glen B 

Guy, William T 

Haney , Paul C 

Harvey, Ernest R 

Hendrix, James W 

Hill, Clark J 

Hill, John 

Huffman, Felton H 

HilLNoal 

Hyatt, Wayne L 

Jenkins, Ralph D 

Kates, Alcy J. 

Kinsland, James H 

Knight, Alfred J 

Knight, James A 

Leming, Venson H 

Leophard, James H 

Linder, Harry T 

Lovdahl, Rufus R 

Mathis, Albert L 

Messer, Willie L 

Moore, Allie L _. 

Moore, Joe, Jr.. 

Moore, Kenneth H 

Morrow, William L 

Mull, Albert 

Mull, Paul M 

Murray, Allan K 



Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pet. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private, 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private _ 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20454478 
20454479 
20454480 
20454481 
20454482 
20454483 
204544S4 
204544S5 
20454486 
20454487 
20454488 
20454489 
20454490 
20454491 
20454492 
20454495 
20454493 
20454539 
20454543 
20454545 
20454494 
20454540 
20454551 
20454496 
20454542 
20454541 
20454544 
20454497 
20454498 
20454499 
20454500 
20454553 
20454501 
20454502 
20454546 
20454552 
20454505 
20454558 
20454547 
20454503 
20454504 
20454506 
20454509 
20454550 
20454507 
20454508 
20454510 
20454511 
20454512 
20454513 
20454517 
20454520 
20454555 
20454514 
20454518 
20454561 



Oct. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

March 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

June 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Setp. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

March 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Sept. 



17, 1939 
7, 1939 

11, 1940 
27, 1939 

7, 1939 

18, 1939 
3, 1939 

24, 1939 

2, 1939 
24, 1939 

24, 1939 
6, 1940 

10, 1940 
9, 1940 

11, 1940 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 
14, 1940 
14, 1940 
14, 1940 

3, 1940 
14, 1940 

14, 1940 

11, 1940 

15, 1940 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 
20, 1940 

3, 1940 
3, 1939 
15, 1940 
14, 1940 

19, 1940 

12, 1940 
14, 1940 

14, 1940 
30, 1939 

15, 1940 
14, 1940 

3, 1940 

25, 1940 
9, 1940 

8, 1940 
14, 1940 
11, 1940 
30, 1940 
23, 1940 
14, 1940 

20, 1940 

13, 1940 
11, 1940 

21, 1939 

14, 1940 
10, 1940 
10, 1940 

15, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



Sept. 

Sept. 



Sept. 

Sept. 



Sept. 



Sept. 



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213 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Parker, Anderson 

Plott, Herbert M., Jr.. 

Potts, Billie L 

Putnam, Lloyd 

Rickman, George W... 
Robinson, Clyde M.__ 
Robinson, Grover K... 

Sanders, Floyd M 

Scates, EarlT 

Scates, Frank_ _ 

Sheehan, Talmadge L. 

Shipley, Joe G 

Singleton, Cecil E 

Singleton, James W.._ 

Smathers, Rufus E 

Smith, Jack E 

Smith, Jerry 

Stiles, William A 

Stillwell, William R.._ 
Swayngim, James W. _ 

Tate, Samuel P __ 

Tate, Willie R 

Truitt, Ernest C 

Truitt, PaulR 

Warren, Joseph C 

Williams, Wiley 

Winchester, Grey C... 
Winchester, Robert H. 

Wyatt, Furman H 

Wyatt, Randolph R... 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 



20454515 
20454516 
20454559 
20454519 
20454521 
20454522 
20454525 
20454523 
20454524 
20454528 
20454526 
20454556 
20454527 
20454554 
20454549 
20454529 
20454560 
20454530 
20454562 
20454531 
20454532 
20454535 
20454548 
20454533 
20454534 
20454563 
20454536 
20454538 
20454537 
20454557 



Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
July 
Jan. 
July 
Aug. 
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June 
July 
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Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
July 
May 
Sept. 



12, 1940 

13, 1940 
15, 1940 

12, 1940 
24, 1939 
19, 1940 
26, 1940 

3, 1940 
9, 1940 

13, 1940 
3, 1940 

14, 1940 
8, 1940 

14, 1940 

14, 1940 
17, 1939 

15, 1940 
3, 1940 

15, 1940 
3, 1940 

11, 1940 

12, 1940 
14, 1940 
30, 1939 
24, 1939 

14, 1940 
23, 1940 

2, 1940 
30, 1939 

15, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



18, 1940 
18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept, 18, 1940 



IS, 1940 
18, 1940 
18, 1940 
18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



HEADQUARTERS, 3RD BATTALION, 120TH INFANTRY (RIFLE) 



Name 


Rank 


Date of 
Commissoin 


Residence 




Lt. Col. 


April 16, 1937 


Shelby 







HEADQUARTERS DETACHMENT, 3RD BATTALION, 120TH INFANTRY— ASHEBORO, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officebs: 
Presnell, Tom 

Enlisted Men: 
Hanner, Milton L.- 
Stewart, Harry R... 
Presnell, William G 
Stockner, Roger D. 



2ndLt... 

Tech. Sgt 
Sergeant . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 



20454612 
20454613 
20454614 
20454615 



July 11, 1940 



July 22, 1940 

Sept. 12, 1940 

Sept. 9, 1940 

April 8, 1940 



214 Report of The Adjutant General 

HEADQUARTERS DETACHMENT, 3RD BATTALION, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Steed, Lawerence L 

Thomas, Hermon A 

Beck, Melvin N. 

Cox, Hobart C 

Deaton, Ashley R 

Ferree, Ernest B 

Garner, Carl F 

Hinshaw, Robert B 

Hoover, James T 

Lowe, Perdy C 

Moore, Joseph W., Jr._ . 

Nance, Earnest 

Presnell, Elvin P 

Steed, Clarence C, Jr... 

Steed, Hal D 

Stray horn, William A.. . 

Trogdon, Charles V 

Whitehead, CarrL. 

Whitehead, Charles E... 

Whiteley, William V 

Williams, Homer A 

Williams, Thomas C, Jr 



Pvt. lcl 
Pet. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Prlvate. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



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20454617 
20454618 
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20454622 
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20454627 
20454628 
20454629 
20454630 
20454631 
20454632 
20454633 
20454634 
20454635 
20454636 
20454637 



Jan. 23, 1940 
April 3, 1939 
Sept. 5, 1940 



Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 

April 

July 

July 

March 

Jan. 

Jan. 

April 

July 

July 

June 

Sept. 

Aug. 



2, 1940 
9, 1940 
29, 1940 

1, 1940 

2, 1940 
29, 1940 

8, 1940 

22, 1940 

15, 1940 

11, 1940 

23, 1940 

16, 1939 
29, 1940 
29, 1940 

8, 1940 

12, 1939 

9, 1940 
2, 1940 



COMPANY I, 120TH INFANTRY— WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Cheek, Joseph E 

Hall, James M., Jr._ 
Johnson, Edward S. . 

Enlisted Men: 

Kelly, John I 

Hatch, Frederick P. . 
Hufham, Maurice V.. 
Huf ham, Porter L. . . 

Millis, Marion W 

Rich, Earl R 

Brewer, James A 

Ellers, Norman L 

Marshburn, Clarence 
Wells, Raymond T... 
Batson, Charles E.. . 
Congleton, John A.. . 

Durden, Luther F 

Pugh, Jessie C 

Avant, Morris A 

Barefoot, Jessie O 

Barefoot, Odis Q 

Batton, John D 

Bell, Marsden W., Jr. 



Captain.. 
IstLt.... 
2ndLt... 

lst Sgt... 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Corporal . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private. . . 
Private... 



20454659 
20454660 
20454661 
20454662 
20454663 
20454664 
20454666 
20454667 
20454668 
20454670 
20454671 
20454672 
20454673 
20454674 
20454675 
20454676 
20454665 
20454677 
20454680 



Dec. 15, 1932 
Dec. 11, 1934 
Nov. 2, 1934 



June 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Nov. 

May 

Sept. 

July 

Feb. 

Jan. 

June 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

July 



10, 1939 

16, 1937 

29, 1939 

27, 1938 

12, 1938 

16, 1937 

1, 1940 

5, 1939 

26, 1938 

14, 1939 

4, 1938 

1, 1938 

4, 1938 

24, 1937 

14, 1940 

3, 1940 

26, 1939 

3, 1940 

16, 1940 



Nov. 15, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Report of The Adjutant General 

COMPANY I, 120TH INFANTRY 



215 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Benton, Artie A 

Brown, Jack 

Brown, Laurie C 

Brown, Leroy 

Brown, Vivian G 

Blackburn, Timothy R. 

Buie, Thomas W 

Burton, Clayton D 

Campbell, John R., Jr.. 
Campbell, Norman R._ 
Cameron, John S., Jr... 

Carlisle, HoUie D _ 

Carney, Carlton E 

Chinnis, John R 

Coker, George S 

Craig, Greer B 

Darden, Adolph, Jr 

Duckworth, Ben J 

Evans, Noah B 

Evans, Rufus M 

Fisher, Arthur E 

Genes, Samuel L 

Glisson, Homer 

Graham, James B., Jr.. 

Gore, Edgar L 

Hales, Clarence E 

Hall, Edward H 

Harrelson, Luther E 

Harriss, William T 

Hewlett, Earl D 

Hudson, Norman E 

Huf ham, William E.... 

Jenrette, Carl T 

Jones, Aubrey A 

Jordan, John T 

Justice, James C 

Justice, William D 

Kirkhum, Paul 

LaClair, Walker T 

Lindenberger, James M. 

Lockfaw, Merrill W 

Malpass, David W 

Marshburn, Allen B 

Marshall, George R 

McDonald, James H._ . 

Melton, James F 

Mint?, Caldwell W 

Morse, James H 

Newman, David 

Packer, Douglas E 

Parker, George J 

Porter, Charles 

Powell, George W 

Pugh, August W 

Ramsey, Robert W 

Register, Walter R 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



2045477" 
20454686 
20454687 
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20454690 
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20454692 
20454693 
20454694 
20454695 
20454696 
20454697 
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20454707 
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2045474S 
20454750 



Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

June 

July 

July 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

April 

July 

Sept 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Aug. 



, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
,1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Oct. 25, 1940 



Nov. 3, 1940 



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COMPANY I, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Rich, CarlieE 

Russ, James E 

Sanders, Edward S 

Sealey, James P 

Sealey, Stephen L 

Skinner, William 

Skipper, Frederick E._. 
Southerland, Robert D 

Squires, Sanford W 

Stefano, Richard 

Stokley , Leroy 

Stuart, Floyd E _. 

Sullivan, Franklin E.. . 

Tusch, Julian H 

Williams, Linwood E._ . 

Watkins, Joseph J 

Yopp. Abbett D 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20454751 
20454752 
20454753 
20454754 
20454755 
20454756 
20454757 
20454760 
20454762 
20454763 
20454766 
20454664 
20454761 
20454776 
20454769 
20454768 
20454771 



Sept. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
July 
Sept. 
Jan. 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 



9, 1940 
27, 1940 

10, 1940 
9, 1939 
9, 1939 

14, 1940 

8, 1940 
21, 1940 

3, 1940 
26, 1939 
21, 1939 

9, 1940 
3, 1940 

11, 1940 
16, 1939 
14, 1940 
14, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



COMPANY K, 120TH INFANTRY-SHLEBY, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Long, Henry C. 

Wright, Clyde T 

Wright, Willie B 

Quinn, William N 

Enlisted Men: 
Ellis, Tom S 

Barrett, Purvis 

Baker, Onnie R 

Byers, Wilburn A 

Huffman, William M 
Morehead, Marion O 

Blanton, Joe T 

Grigg, Thompson M. 

Short, Ralph P 

Williams, Willie W... 

Clark, Bill W... 

Early, Wallace A. 

Gibson, Ray E 

Hamrick, Loye J 

Hoffman, Hubert 

McGinnis, Edward F, 
Parris, Kenneth B._ . 

Queen, Joseph Y 

Short, Beauford F.. . 
Williams, Clyde L.._ 
Workman, Guy H._ _ 
Adams, Lawrence J.. 
Asbury, Willie J 



Captain. 
IstLt... 
2nd Lt._ 
2nd Lt.. 

lst Sgt._ 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl_ 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20454866 
20454867 
20454868 
20454869 
20454870 
20454871 
20454872 
20454873 
20454874 
20454875 
20454876 
20454877 
20454878 
20454879 
20454880 
20454881 
20454882 
20454883 
20454884 
20454885 
20454886 
20454887 
20454888 



May 12, 1937 

Dec. 20, 1937 

Dec. 20, 1937 

Aug. 28, 1940 



Nov. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

June 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



21, 1938 

14, 1940 
5, 1940 

4, 1940 

5, 1940 

11, 1937 
28, 1940 

15, 1939 
24, 1938 
21, 1938 
13, 1939 
24, 1939 

5, 1940 
5, 1940 

10, 1939 
5, 1940 

23, 1939 
5, 1940 
5, 1940 
1, 1938 
5, 1940 
5, 1940 

12, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 
Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Report of The Adjutant General 

COMPANY K, 120TH INFANTRY 



217 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Beatty, Jack H 

Blackwell, James B._ . 
Blanton, Benjamin T.- 
Brown, Guy B. 

Browning, George W._ 
Bumgarner, Arbuth 0. 

Bumgarner, Ted 

Champion, Roy H 

Champion, John D 

Chandler, Edward 

Davis, Arthur 

Davis, Ben V 

Derrick, Lawrence S.- 

Doster, Johnny W 

Ervin, Roy F 

Ervin, Thomas A 

Gray, Claude 

Hamrick, Willie L 

Heafner, Earl V 

Hendrick, John B 

> Hendrick, Seth T 

Holland, Lawrence C.- 
Howard, John W 

Hunt, William J 

Irvin, Paul- 

Jackson, Harold G 

Jones, Joe C 

Lail, CarlH 

Leonard, Grover F 

Lewis, Howard R 

Lineberger, Ralph W._ 

Lowe, Earl J 

McGraw, Richmond P, 

McSwain, Jack 

Mode, John C 

Morehead, George C. . 

Morrow, Jesse L 

Nanney, Clyde M 

Palmer, Walter K 

Patterson, James F. . . 
Peeler, Franklin H._._ 

Price, Earl 

Pruitt, James W 

Putnam, Hal W 

Richard, Lee R 

Singleton, Erwin E 

Smith, Edward 

Smith, George P 

Tarlton, Joseph P 

Tate, Carl R 

Thrift, Allen I 

Upton, James T _ 

Upton, Thomas G 

Wiggins, John L 

Williams, Huston W... 
Whisnant, Elbert B._. 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20454889 
20454890 
20454942 
20454891 
20454892 
20454893 
20454894 
20454946 
20454895 
20454898 
20454897 
20454898 
20454899 
20454900 
20454901 
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20454903 
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20454914 
20454932 
20454933 
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20454937 
20454938 



Oct. 

July 

Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 



April 

July 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Oct. 

Oct. 

July 
July 
July 
May 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



2, 1939 
29, 1940 

12, 1940 
29, 1940 
5, 1940 
22, 1940 
11, 1940 
5, 1940 
5, 1940 

11, 1940 
16, 1939 

12, 1939 
26, 1940 

5, 1940 
5, 1940 

29, 1940 
5, 1940 

12, 1940 



Sept. 11, 1940 



17, 1940 

22, 1940 
14, 1940 
26, 1940 
11, 1940 

5, 1940 
8, 1939 
11, 1940 
19, 1939 

23, 1939 

2, 1939 

11, 1940 
5, 1940 

8, 1940 
5, 1940 

12, 1940 
11, 1940 
11, 1940 

7, 1939 
11, 1940 
5, 1940 

1 1, 1940 

3, 1939 

12, 1939 

9, 1939 

11, 1940 

22, 1940 
11, 1940 
28, 1940 

23, 1939 
14, 1940 

5, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Nov. 26, 1940 
Dec. 212, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Nov. 26, 1940 



218 



Report of The Adjutant General 

COMPANY K, 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 


Rank or ' 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 

Discharge 






20454939 
20454940 


April 24, 1939 
Sept. 11, 1940 




Young, Ed L 













COMPANY L, 120TH INFANTRY— PARKTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

McGougan, Ernest DuV. 

McKinnon, John H 

Armstrong, John L 

Hughes, Robert A 

Enlisted Men: 

HaU, Simon P 

Lancaster, Carl D 

Lovette, Braxton 

McDiarmid, John D 

Ray, James C 

Phillips, Willard S 

Tolar, Douglas S 

Chason, Billy F 

Edwards, Theodore R... 

Grimes, Johnnie G 

Livingston, Paul B 

McDiarmid, Neill A 

Ray, Archie G 

Walker, John R 

Barlow, Dewey F 

Barlow, William A 

Briggan, Carl 

Britt, Russell P 

Bullard, Calvin T 

Currie, Alexander S 

Edge, Gordon L 

Ellis, Grady W 

Everett, Enoch K 

Gibson, Harris W 

Hall, James E 

Jackson, Rowland 

Jackson, Woodrow W._ . 

Kinlaw, Gaston J 

Lewis, Robert C 

McDonald, Daniel. 

Mclntyre, Neill A. 

McDiarmid, Angus S 

Pitman, Robert L 

Phillips, Andrew J 

Wood, William R 

Averett, David D 

Baggett, Standi J 

Blackwell, Paul 

Blackwell, Dewey 



Captain. 
IstLt... 
2nd Lt.. 
2nd Lt.. 

Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20455074 
20455076 
20455156 
20455077 
20455078 
20455079 
20455080 
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20455083 
20455084 
20455085 
20455086 
20455087 
20455088 
20455090 
20455091 
20455092 
20455093 
20455094 
20455095 
20455096 
20455097 
20455098 
20455099 
20455100 
20455101 
20455102 
20455103 
20455104 
20455105 
20455106 
20455107 
20455108 
20455109 
20455110 
20455170 
20455111 
20455202 
20455204 



April 8, 1927 

June 28, 1935 

June 28, 1935 

Sept. 15, 1940 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Jan. 
July 
Aug. 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
July 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



31, 1940 
31, 1940 
24, 1938 
31, 1940 
31, 1940 
31, 1940 

16, 1939 
31, 1940 
21, 1938 
31, 1940 

17, 1939 
31, 1940 
31, 1940 
31, 1940 
31, 1939 
13, 1939 

1, 1940 
31, 1940 

8, 1940 
31, 1940 
31, 1940 
31, 1940 
31, 1940 
24, 1938 
31, 1940 

2, 1939 
2, 1939 

9, 1939 
31, 1940 

2, 1939 
9, 1939 
31, 1940 
24, 1939 
9, 1939 
2, 1939 
2, 1940 
23, 1939 
5, 1940 
9, 1940 



Sept. 19, 
Sept. 19, 



1940 
1940 



Oct. 17, 1940 



Oct. 17, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 
Sept. 19, 



1940 
1940 



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COMPANY L, 120TH INFANTRY 



219 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Brigman, Craig 

Bullard, Daniel J 

Blount, Joe E 

Blue, Josephus D 

Bunnells, Daniel C._ . 
Bunnells, Norman H, 

Carter, Dan S 

Carver, Norwood 

Cain, Thomas W 

Carver, James C 

Carver, Eugene 

Chason, Dan E 

Chason, Thomas G._. 
Chason, Frederick C. 
Chason, Thomas L... 

Coley , Robert J 

Currie, John A 

Crenshaw, James N.. 

Davis, James A 

Dearen, Royal G 

Dunn, Gaston 

Edwards, Walter D.. 
Everett, Thomas M.. 
Elder, Washington L 
Faircloth, Addley D.. 

Farrell, Clyde. 

Fisher, William F.... 

Fisher, Harice M 

Fowler, Lorian D 

Gibson, James 

Gore, Mitchell E 

Grimes, Cecil B 

Gray, Raymond W... 
Graham, Hugh, Jr... 

Guy, Frank N 

Guy, Ulysses G 

Hanna, Edward L... 
Hagan, Clarence D... 
Hagan, Thomas M... 

Hayes, Vernon W 

Hendrix, James W... 

Hendrix, Buck 

Hopkins, Webb N... 
Howard, Carl H., Jr.. 

Jackson, Amon E 

Jackson, Ernest L 

Jackson, John C 

Jackson, Walter 

Jackson, Bennie 

Jackson, Luther 

Lee, Clarence W 

Malloy, James D 

McDowell, Maxie 

McLean, Allen C..„. 
Moore, William S.... 
Norton, Paul 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 



20455157 
2045515S 
20455112 
20455197 
20455159 
20455 19S 
20455113 
20455114 
20455115 
20455160 
20455161 
20455116 
20455162 
20455163 
20455164 
20455165 
20455117 
20455166 
20455118 
20455167 
20455168 
20455119 
20455169 
20455120 
20455171 
20455172 
20455121 
20455173 
20455199 
20455122 
20455123 
20455174 
20455175 
20455124 
20455176 
20455177 
20455125 
20455126 
20455127 
20455178 
20455128 
20455179 
20455129 
20455130 
20455131 
20455132 
20455203 
20455180 
20455181 
20455182 
20455133 
20455155 
20455201 
20455134 
20455135 
20455136 



Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

July 

March 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

May 

July 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
May : 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 27 
July 22 
April 



1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
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1940 
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1940 
1940 
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1940 
1940 
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1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 

1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 
Sept. 19, 1940 

Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 
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Sept. 19, 1940 
Sept. 19, 1940 



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Sept. 19, 1940 



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COMPANY L. 120TH INFANTRY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Norton, Willie E 

Norton, Lonnie H 

Nunery, Edward F 

Odom, Grady L 

Owens, John D 

Owens, Robert J. 

Parnell, John H 

Pender, Grady C 

Parnell, Rudolph 

Peterson, John C 

Phillips, Frank W 

Pittman, Daniel M 

Pittman, James A 

Rozier, Leroy 

Rozier, Aubury D 

Shaw, William B 

Smith, Allen D 

Stackpole, Archie R._ . 
Stephens, Marion L._. 

Tart, Walter L 

Townsend, Elbert T.__ 

Wall, Gran ville W 

Walker, James R 

White, Harvey N 

White, James F 

Wilson, John J 

Williams, Norlie W 

Williford, Sidney M... 
Williams, William M._ 
Williamson, Louis W._ 
Williamson, Wilbur M. 

West, RotherG 

West, John R 

Webb, Theodore J 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20455183 
20455184 
20455137 
20455138 
20455185 
20455186 
20455187 
20455189 
20455142 
20455188 
20455139 
20455140 
20455141 
20455143 
20455144 
20455190 
20455191 
20455073 
20455145 
20455146 
20455147 
20455148 
20455192 
20455149 
20455150 
20455151 
20455152 
20455153 
20455193 
20455194 
20455195 
20455196 
20455154 
20455200 



Sept. 2. 

Sept. 2 

April 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. ; 

Sept. 



Jan. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



2, 

9 

16, 
16 

20, 
Nov. 22, 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 13 
July 22, 
Oct. 
July 
March 18 



Sept. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Sept. 



, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
i, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 
Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 
Sept. 19, 1940 
Sept. 19, 1940 



COMPANY M, 120TH INFANTRY-WILSON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Beland, Oakley B 

Adkins, Joseph E 

Enlisted Men: 
Massingill, William L... 

Blackburn, Charles L 

Barnes, William R 

Harrell, Oria G 

Massingill, Dillon L 

Pike, Simon J 

Wells, Clarence L 

Williamson, Sylvester W 



1st Lt... 
lstLt... 

1st Sgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 



20455280 
20455282 
20455281 
20455283 
20455284 
20455285 
20455286 
20455287 



March 22, 1938 
Sept. 13, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 
May 
June 



15, 1940 
15, 1940 

2, 1939 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 

7, 1940 
20, 1940 

7, 1940 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Brantley, Roy L 

Davis, Ivan B._ . 

Eatman, Dobbin B., Jr, 

Hawley, Grady W 

Norris, Ernest E 

Raper, Roy P 

Reizck, Edmond J 

Allen, Kenneth E 

Ansley, Glenn W. 

Cobb, Frank N 

Home, James C 

Little, Edward E 

Lucas, Paul A 

Moore, Wilbur R 

Narron, Joseph A 

Owens, Frank G 

Pennington, Johnnie R. 

Roberts, James 

Sauls, John 

Skinner, George 

Skinner, Wiley C 

Smith, Arthur B 

Taylor, Charles R 

Lamm, Wiley F. 

Anderson, Willard G._ . 

Bailey, Juler 

Barnes, Henry C 

Bass, Hosea 

Bass, Lester W 

Beamon, Jerry H 

Beamon, Leslie A., Jr._ 

Bone, John T 

Boswell, Henry D 

Boykin, Buddie 

Brewer, Willie J 

Broadway, John T 

Bunn, Charles E 

Burress, John 

Capps, Hunter B 

Carter, Robert. 

Carter, William T 

Cary, Larry T 

Cobb, John T 

Cockrell, George E 

Cook, WUlieJ 

Corbett, Jack C 

Davenport, William R. 

Davis, Oscar J 

Davis, Sammy R 

Deans, Herbert R 

Draper, Purnie W 

Eason, Wilbur L. 

Ezzell, Millard D 

Farmer, Sunny W 

Felton, Edward R 

Georgoulis, Spiros 



Corporal _ 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Corporal . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl-. 
Pvt. lcl_. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl-. 
Pvt. lcl-. 
Pvt. lcl-. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl. . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl-. 
Pvt. lcl. . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private.. 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private- 
Private.- 
Private .. 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private— 
Private — 
Private- 
Private. . 
Private- 
Private.- 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private— 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private- 
Private— 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20455288 
20455289 
20455290 
20455291 
20455292 
20455293 
20455294 
20455295 
20455296 
20455297 
20455298 
20455299 
20457200 
20455301 
20455302 
20455303 
20455304 
20455305 
20455306 
20455307 
20455308 
20455309 
20455310 
20455311 
20455312 
20455313 
20455314 
20455315 
20455316 
20455317 
20455318 
20455319 
20455320 
20455321 
20455345 
20455323 
20455324 
20455325 
20455326 
20455327 
20455328 
20455329 
20455330 
20455331 
20455332 
20455333 
20455334 
20455335 
20455336 
20455337 
20455338 
20455339 
20455340 
20455341 
20455342 
20455343 



March 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

July 

Feb. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Nov. 

July 

April 

March 

Sept. 

April 

April 

April 

May 

July 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

July 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 



, 1939 
i. 1940 
, 1940 
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,1939 
,1940 
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,1939 
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, 1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1940 
,1940 
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,1940 
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,1940 
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, 1940 
,1940 
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,1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Gliarmis, James G.._. 
Hathaway, James H._ 
Hathaway, Leslie R... 
Hawkins, Johnnie J... 
Howard, James S., Jr.. 

Keen, Russell A 

Kennedy, Elwood J... 

King, Henry M. 

Lewis, Albert C 

Lewis, Marvin J. 

Moody, Bennie S 

Nichols, Earl W 

Norris, Lande 

Owens, Thomas R 

Patty, James W 

Pittman, Allen S., Jr._ 
Pittman, Benjamin T. 

Renfrow, Charlie 

Skinner, Jesse J 

Smiley, Spencer J 

Smith, Robert J 

Starling, Willie D 

Trevathon, Robert 

Turner, Jonas F. 

Wells, Rarford T 

Whaley , Thomas 

Whitley, George A 

Whitely, James R 

Whitley, Therman 

Whitley, Robert J 

White, LeroyH 

Wheeler, Lonnie W._ . 
Winbourne, Errick M. 
Winbourne, George F. 
Winstead, Arthur W._ 

Winstead, Carl 

Winstead, John, Jr 

Winstead, Lyman E... 

Winstead, Paul D 

Winstead, Putney J... 

Winstead, Rufus C 

Jonas, Preston 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20455344 
20455346 
20455347 
20455348 
20455349 
20455350 
20455351 
20455352 
20455353 
20455354 
20455355 
20455356 
20455357 
20455358 
20455322 
20455359 
20455360 
20455361 
20455362 
20455363 
20455364 
20455365 
20455366 
20455367 
20455368 
20455369 
20455370 
20455371 
20455372 
20455373 
20455374 
20455375 
20455376 
20455377 
20455378 
20455379 
20455380 
20455381 
20455382 
20455383 
20455384 
20455385 



Aug. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

June 

May 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

April 

June 

June 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

July 

Oct. 

May 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
!, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
,1940 
,1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
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, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
:, 1940 



Nov. 23, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



HEADQUARTERS, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Name 



Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Hobbs, Graham K.. 

Trescot, John H 

Alexander, Eugene. 

Chaplin, Saxby 

Jennet te, Sidney E. 



Colonel. 
Lt. Col. 
Major. . 
Captain 
Captain 



0176080 

0182708 

013540 

0185031 

0230385 



Nov. 16, 1936 

Feb. 22, 1927 

Aug. 5, 1934 

May 12, 1935 

Oct. 1, 1927 



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OFFICER PERSONNEL, 105TH ENGINEERS 



223 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Home Station 



Hobbs, Graham K 

Trescot, John H. 

Alexander, Eugene 

Craven, Thomas 

Pickens, Wiley M 

Reins, Ralph R 

Brewton, William A... 

Chaplin, Saxby 

Cole, EnserW 

Feild, George. .. 

Harrill, Charlie H 

Hatcher, HowellJ 

Jennette, Sidney E 

Lemmond, Pars H 

Reece, Edgar H 

Robinson, Edmund P. 

Tallent, Joseph W 

Amos, James W 

Carleton, Wilbur R... 
Cochrane, Warren 0. . 

Fridy, Robert M 

Goodson, Robert R._ . 

Leinster, EsteuB. 

Neel, Tally M 

Shytle, CarlO 

Battley, William R._.. 

Bryson, Charles R 

Craig, John W. 

Culbertson, Eual W._. 

Huffman, Domer J 

Hull, George R 

James, Harmon H 

Owen, James Clark. _ . 
Shuping, Alexander L. 

Stoessel, Frank W 

Wyatt, FredM 

Wyatt, Malcolm L 

Yoder, Ralph W 

Yount, Eugene M 



Colonel . 
Lt. Col- 
Major... 
Major... 
Major.. . 
Major... 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
IstLt... 

1st Lt.-. 

IstLt... 
IstLt... 
lstLt... 
lst Lt.. . 
lstLt... 
lst Lt... 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2nd Lt._ 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2nd Lt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2nd Lt._ 
2nd Lt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2ndLt.. 



0176050 
0182708 
0135040 
0134658 
0235829 
0276884 
0279300 
0185031 
02432S4 
0266194 
0255876 
0327179 
0230385 
0212125 
0277783 
0329911 
0266235 
0247283 
0301589 
0286571 
0301243 
0242933 
0331630 
0383562 
0267536 
0356802 



Nov. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
May 
July 
Aug. 
May 
May 
Dec. 
Nov. 
June 
June 
Oct. 
July 
July 
Sept. 
June 
April 
June 
April 
Oct. 
Nov. 
May 
July 
Feb. 
June 



16, 1936 

22, 1927 

5, 1934 
19, 1937 
13, 1940 
13, 1940 

16, 1935 

12, 1935 

6, 1926 

5, 1934 

23, 1938 

17, 1937 
1, 1927 
1, 1936 

13, 1940 
13, 1940 

26, 1935 
17, 1937 

27, 1935 

24, 1931 
23, 1936 

8, 1926 

6, 1940 

25, 1940 
1, 1931 

17, 1939 



Raleigh 

Charlotte 

Manchester 

Huntersville 

Lincolnton 

N. Wilkesboro 

Enka 

Charlotte 

Salisbury 

Statesville 

Lincolnton 

Morganton 

Henderson 

Matthews 

Lincolnton 

N. Wilkesboro 

Asheville 

Morganton 

Asheville 

Derita 

Charlotte 

Salisbury. 

Statesville 

Charlotte 

Asheville 

Statesville 

Black Mt. 



0394386 



0361234 
0359171 



Dec. 
June 



4, 1937 
17, 1939 



0208768 
0309852 



April 17, 1937 
March 28, 1933 
July 13, 1940 



0356254 



July 13, 1940 



N. Wilkesboro 

Asheville 

Lincolnton 

Canton 

Morganton 

Salisbury 

N. Wilkesboro 

Moravian Falls 

Lincolnton 

Statesville 



HEADQUARTERS AND SERVICE COMPANY, 


105TH ENGINEERS— CHARLOTTE 


, N. C. 


Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 


Captain 

IstLt 


20411878 
20411879 


July 1, 1936 
Oct. 23, 1936 
July 25, 1940 

July 10, 1939 
Jan. 2, 1939 




Fridy, Robert M 




Neel, Tally McK. 


1st Lt. 




Enlisted Men: 


Mr. Sgt 

Mr. Sgt 




Westmoreland, Herbert Y 





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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Yandle, Soloman H. 

Crenshaw, Galvin L 

Linker, Walter J 

Welch, Sterling E 

Smith, Durham H. 

Jerome, Robert L 

Reeves, John B 

Untz, William A 

Davidson, Jo. G., Jr 

Hall, Jerry K 

Funderburk, Fred W._ . . 

Patterson, Sam H 

Tanner, Thomas 

Wilson, William S 

Mcintosh, Paul N 

Carroll, Richard P 

Dickson, Ervin T 

Kidd, WadeL 

McLaughlin, Kirk J. 

Oehler, Robert M 

Trull, Woodrow W 

Best, WyattP 

Brogden, Robert J 

Forbis, Jimmy L.. 

Hunter, Rufus H. 

McLaughlin, Eugene F._ 

McLaughlin, Jay T 

Morris, Joe D 

Moss, William E 

Mullis, Charles E 

Somers, Benjamin F 

Spaine, Lawrence F 

Vanderburg, Herron Z... 

White, Howard S _. 

Wiggins, Lewis V 

Wilson, James H 

Wilson, Joe L 

Allison, Robert M 

Alexander, Samuel C 

Anderson, Worth W 

Austin, Lester B 

Benfield, Grady E 

Blackwelder, Eugene M. 

Brown, Robert H 

Caldwell, Hugh A., Jr... 
Carothers, Thomas H._ . 

Carpenter, Frank L 

Chandler, Ray W 

Clanton, John C 

Condor, Franklin N 

Condor, Thomas R 

Deal, Howard F 

Dooley, Joseph F 

Finlayson, Harold C 

Furr, James C 

Funderburk, Smiley A... 



Mr. Sgt... 
Tech. Sgt 
Tech. Sgt 
Tech. Sgt 
1st Sgt... 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Corporal . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl - 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl— 
Pvt. ld„ 
Pvt. Id- 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 



20411880 
20411881 
20411882 
20411883 
20411884 
20411885 
20411886 
20411887 
20411888 
20411889 
20411891 
20411890 
20411892 
2041 1S93 
20411971 
20411894 
20411895 
20411896 
20411897 
20411898 
20411899 
20411900 
20411901 
20411902 
20411903 
20411904 
20411905 
20411906 
20411907 
20411908 
20411909 
20411910 
20411911 
20411912 
20411913 
20411914 
20411915 
20411916 
20411917 
20411918 
20411919 
20411920 
10411921 
20411922 
20411923 
20411924 
20411964 
20411925 
20411926 
20411928 
20411927 
20411929 
20411930 
20411965 
20411931 
20411932 



April 17 

Feb. 17, 

June 26 

Feb. 17 

Sept. 11 

June 29 
Dec. 

Sept. 15 

Sept. 25 
July 

Nov. 21 

Sept. 11 
April 
Feb. 



Oct. 

July 17 
June 
Oct. 

May 21 

Sept. 25 

March 6 

Oct. 2 

Oct. 16 

Oct. 2 

June 3 

May 28 
Dec 
Oct. 

Sept. 25 

Feb. 27 

Oct. 4 

March 13 

Aug. 3. 

Oct. 4 

June 15 

Sept. 21 

Oct. 2 : 

May 24 

Sept. 4, 

Aug. 27, 

July 11 

May 27 
Sept. 

May 27 

Sept. 5 

July 25, 

Sept. 5, 

June 27, 

July 18 

Aug. 27 

May 13 

July 11 

May 29 

Aug. 27 

June 13 

Oct, 10 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Harrison, George M. 

Hasty, Marvin V. 

Hargett, CarlT.... 

Helms, Joseph F 

Honeycutt, James D. 

Hucks, John M 

Inman, Laurie W 

Jordan, Charles R 

Kidd, Richard E 

Klutz, Robert C 

Knox, James H 

Leary, James C 

Leary, Lewis W 

Lemmond, Demont R. 

Matthews, John C 

Matthews, William S., Jr. 

McGraw, Bennie A 

McKinnon, Harry A 

Morris, Joe N.._ 

Pardalis, Alexander J 

Pressley, Howard H 

Privatte, B. C 

Privatte, Reid W _._ 

Privatte, Roy M... 

Richards, James B 

Reed, Sam H 

Ritch, Lindsay F 

Robbins, Clontz 

Russell, William M., Jr... 

Smyre, Melford A 

Somers, Robert T 

Spencer, Fred 

Stephens, Clifton W 

Stephens, George H., Jr.. 

Threatt, Robert R 

Vanderburg, James L 

Vincent, Columbus G 

Wilson, James M 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20411966 
20411933 
20411935 
20411934 
20411967 
20411968 
10411936 
20411937 
20411938 
20411939 
20411969 
20411940 
20411941 
20411942 
20411943 
20411944 
20411945 
20411946 
20411947 
20411970 
20411948 
20411949 
20411950 
20411951 
20411952 
20411953 
20411954 
20411972 
20411955 
20411956 
20411957 
20411973 
20411958 
20411974 
20411959 
20411960 
20411961 
20411963 



Sept. 

June 

Aug. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Aug. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

June 

June 

Dec. 

June 

May 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Oct. 

May 

June 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

June 

Sept. 

July 

Aug. 

June 

July 



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,1940 
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Sept. 20, 1940 
Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



BAND, 105TH ENGINEERS— CHARLOTTE, Nl C. 



Name 



Officers: 
Chaplin, Saxby 

Enlisted Men: 

Diehl, Herberts 

Allen, Robert E 

Abbott, Theodore M., Jr. 

Green, Robert P 

McWhirter, Thomas F.. . 



Rank or 
Grade 



Captain.. 

Tech. Sgt 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 



Serial No. 



20412039 
20412040 
20412041 
20412042 
20412043 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



May 13, 1935 



April 11, 1938 

July 18, 1940 

June 13, 1940 

April 18, 1938 

May 2, 1939 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 20, 1940 



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BAND, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Carter, George T 

Morrow, Hunter C... . 

Grant, Willie D 

Harper, Rowland T... 

Huff, William H 

Honeycutt, Charles R 

Tanner, Jackson L 

Buff, Joseph F., Jr.... 
Donaldson, Walton L. 

Gilliam, John L 

Harper, Roy R _. 

Lohr, Harold R 

Raley, Miller J 

Samonds, John M 

Wilson, Claude G., Jr. 



Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20412044 
20412045 
20412046 
20412047 
20412048 
20412049 
20412050 
20412051 
10412052 
20412053 
20412054 
20412055 
20412056 
20412057 
20412058 



June 
June 
June 
June 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



13, 1940 
23, 1940 
13, 1940 
10, 1938 
17, 1940 

1, 1940 
12, 1938 
10, 1940 
27, 1940 

3, 1940 
10, 1940 

5, 1940 

6, 1940 
3, 1940 
3, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 
Sept. 20, 1940 

Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT DETACHMENT, 105TH ENGINEERS— CHARLOTTE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Craven, Thomas 

Brewton, William A 

Harrill, Charlie H 

Enlisted Men: 

Cavin, Robert R 

Mayberry, Charles F 

Van Pelt, John C 

Earnhardt, Henderson I.. 

Brown, Joseph W 

Hunter, James L 

McKay, Ralph L 

Holbrook, Mack E 

Blythe, Harry B 

Byram, Robert D 

Byram, Orin H 

Cox, Charles T 

Edwards, Gordon L 

Edwards, Thomas E 

Hart, Aubrey T .__. 

Hollingsworth, Beverly F, 

Johnston, Glenn P 

Johnston, Lawrence C 

Kerns, William D 

Lackey, Ollie H 

Lovelace, Herbert L 

Mock, James H. _ 

Sims, HughD 

Wingate, Robert H 



Major... 
Captain_ 
Captain. 

Staff Sgt 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private^ 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20412071 
20412073 
20412074 
20412075 
20412076 
20412077 
20412078 
20412072 
20412093 
20412079 
20421080 
20412082 
204120S1 
20412094 
20412083 
20412084 
20412085 
20412086 
20412092 
20412087 
20412088 
20412091 
20412089 
20412090 



May 19, 1937 
May 16, 1935 
June 23, 1938 



Jan. 

June 

Feb. 

Feb. 

May 

June 

May 

Feb. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

July 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 



, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
i, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Report of The Adjutant General 

HEADQUARTERS, 1ST BATTALION, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



227 



Home Station 



Reins, Ralph R 

Cochrane, Warren 0. 



Major_ 
1st Lt.. 



Oct. 19, 1924 
April 24, 1931 



N. Wilkesboro 
Charlotte 



COMPANY A, 105TH ENGINEERS-NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Robinson, Edmund P.. 
Wyatt, Fred McK 

Enlisted Men: 

McNeil, Tyre C 

Hall, James T 

Kilby, Alvin.. 

White, Lunie H 

Anderson, Herman J.. . 
Craven, Lawrence A... 

B yrd, Richard 

Hall, Tyre L 

Harrold, Barney E 

Jarvis, Russell L 

Shepherd, Ira C 

Bumgarner, Wilfred W 

Craven, Henry H 

Gant, Oliver E 

Harrison, Benjamin A.. 

Haynes, Paul H 

Mahaffey, Harvey W._. 

Pierce, Vaughn E 

Sebastian, Carl C 

Anderson, Oliver F 

Brooks, Branford 

Bumgarner, Dennis A.. 

Cohee, Joseph L _. 

Gambill, Buel 

Gilreath, Ralph 

Hall, Walter W 

Hayes, Baxter M 

Huffman, Tracy P 

Johnston, Brice D 

Kilby, Andrew J 

Miller, Earl I 

Minton, Raymond J.. . 

Minton, William D 

Pendry, Fred L 

Shumate, Ralph 

Triplett, Arvil L 

Anderson, Tom J 

Barnett, Hugh L ._ 

Carson, Julie B 

Canter, Fred L 

Church, Jim B 



Captain. 
2nd Lt.. 

IstSgt.. 
Staff Sgt. 
Staff Sgt, 
Staff Sgt. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl_ 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. _ 
Private.. 
Private. . 



20412101 
20412102 
20412105 
20412162 
6772046 
20412103 
20412120 
20412111 
20412130 
20412131 
20412114 
20412119 
20412104 
20412132 
20412124 
20412118 
20412135 
20412110 
20412126 
20412152 
20412206 
20412107 
20412115 
20412163 
20412122 
20412123 
20412133 
20412121 
20412137 
20412143 
20412148 
20412108 
20412144 
20412145 
20412151 
20412149 
20412116 
20412153 
20412154 
20412128 
20412142 



Sept. 
July 



May 

May 

Sept. 

May 

June 

Sept. 

Aug. 

June 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Aug. 

May 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



13, 1940 
13, 1940 



, 1940 
, 1940 
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, 1940 
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, 1940 
, 1940 
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,1940 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
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, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
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COMPANY A, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Elledge, Claude 

Elledge, Clinton H... 

EUer, EddG 

Hayes, Brady L. 

Hayes, Calvin L 

Hayes, John R 

Hendren, Theodore J 

Hudson, Oren M 

Jarvis, Richard C 

Joines, Eugene L 

Jolly, Aubrie L 

Jolly, Marion 

Kilby, Fred A 

McNeil, James R 

Nichols, James H 

Osborne, Hilery T._ . 

Porter, Roscoe B 

Prevette, Thomas J.. 

Stone, Junior L 

Walsh, Lawrence H._ 

Warren, Clyde P 

Warren, Royal L 

Woodie, Sanford R._. 

Milam, Arnold A 

Miller, Raymond B. . 
Miller, James E 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20412125 
20412164 
20412113 
20412139 
20412136 
20412138 
20412155 
20412150 
20412146 
20412156 
20412157 
20412129 
20412165 
20412158 
20412134 
20412140 
20412166 
20412147 
20412109 
20412167 
20412160 
20412170 
20412117 
20412141 
20412112 
20412159 



Sept. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
July 



4, 1940 
3, 1940 
3, 1940 
14, 1940 
3, 1940 

12, 1940 
14, 1940 

3, 1940 

3, 1940 

4, 1940 
9, 1940 

3, 1940 

4, 1940 
14, 1940 

5, 1940 
4, 1940 

3, 1940 

4, 1940 

13, 1940 

14, 1940 

14, 1940 

3, 1940 
2, 1939 

4, 1940 

15, 1940 



COMPANY B, 105TH ENGINEERS— MORGANTON, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 


Captain 

1st Lt. 


0247283 
0208768 

20412217 
20412218 
20412219 
20412220 
20412221 
20412222 
20412223 
20412224 
20412225 
20412226 
20412227 
20412228 
20412229 
20412230 
20412231 


June 17, 1937 
April 17, 1937 
April 17, 1937 

Jan. 18, 1939 
June 5, 1939 
June 16, 1939 
Nov. 17, 1939 
March 13, 1940 
March 20, 1939 
Sept. 26, 1939 
Feb. 8, 1939 
Oct. 22, 1939 
May 9, 1938 
Jan. 15, 1939 
Feb. 18, 1940 
May 12, 1938 
June 13, 1940 
Feb. 7, 1938 










2ndLt. 




Enlisted Men: 


1st Sgt -. 

Staff Sgt 

Staff Sgt 

Staff Sgt 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant - 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Corporal 

Corporal. 

Corporal 








Fleming, Robert C 


Sept. 21, 1940 












Sept. 21, 1940 












Sept. 21, 1940 














Allen, Samuel J 








Connelly, James C 





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COMPANY B. 105TH ENGINEERS 



229 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Hatfield, Wayne 

Strickland, Isaac E 

Talbert, James L 

Whaley, George W. 

Williams, Conrad L 

Anthony, Marcus F 

Annis, Oscar H 

Baker, Oscar H 

Bigham, Robert W 

Benfield, Robert L 

Carpenter, Robert L._ . 

Houck, Robert J 

Hunnicutt, Harold J.. . 

Kirby, Otis B 

Miller, Vanoy B 

Mooney, Walter L., Jr. 

Neal, EarlS 

Simmons, Paul J 

Smith, Richmond L 

Williams, Johnston L... 
Abernathy, Clyde W. . . 

Absher, Willie F._ 

Anderson, William R.._ 

Battle, Herbert W 

Bennett, Benjamin H.. 

Bolick, Robert C 

Bowers, Ernest L 

Braswell, Albert A 

Braswell, William W. . . 

Brittain, Phifer H 

Bush, Robert E 

Cannon, Curtis B 

Cannon, Preston R 

Cannon, William J 

Carswell, AJvin 

Clarke, Frank C 

Coffey, Arnold P 

Conley, Harold L 

Cottrell, Jack V 

Curlee, Roy M 

Franklin, James W 

Gibbs, JohnD 

Grady, Robert W 

Grady, Thomas A 

Houck, Willie F 

Hoyle, William K 

Hudson, Harold B 

Lane, Robert 

LaFevers, John S 

LaFevers, Ned W 

Martinat, Phillip H.... 

Merrill, Charles R 

Ollis, StancilD 

Powell, James R 

Piercy, Owen H 

Ragan, Claude J 



Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl_ 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. _ 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 



20412232 
20412233 
20412234 
20412235 
20412236 
20412237 
2041223S 
20412239 
20412240 
20412241 
20412242 
20412243 
20412244 
20412245 
20412246 
20412247 
20412248 
20412249 
20412250 
20412251 
20412252 
20412253 
20412254 
20412255 
20412256 
20412257 
20412258 
20412259 
20412260 
20412261 
20412262 
20412263 
20412264 
20412265 
20412266 
20412267 
20412268 
20412269 
20412270 
20412271 
20412272 
20412273 
20412274 
20412275 
20412276 
20412277 
20412278 
20412279 
20412280 
20412281 
20412282 
20412283 
20412284 
20412285 
20412286 
10412287 



Sept. 24, 

May 16 
June 
May 
July 
Dec. 

July 29 

Sept. 28 

May 16 

June 6 

March 31 

May 2 

Nov. 17, 
Jan. 

Nov. 12 

June 6 

April 18 

May 20 

May 16 

Nov. 7, 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

April 18 

July 28 

April 4 

March 28 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

July 18 

Sept. 14 

July 1 1 

Oct. 5 

Sept. 14 

Oct. 5 

Sept. 14 
Dec. 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

May 18 

Sept. 14 

Oct. 12 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

March 25, 

July IS, 

July 18, 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

Dec. 30 

Sept. 14, 



, 1937 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
i, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
i, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 



Sept. 21, 1940 



Sept. 21, 1940 



Sept. 21, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 



21, 1940 
21, 1940 



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COMPANY B, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 




20412288 
20412289 
20412290 
20412291 
20412292 
20412293 
20412294 
20412295 
20412296 
20412297 
20412298 
20412299 
20412300 
20412301 
20412302 
20412303 
20412304 
20412305 
20412306 


July 31, 1940 
April 4, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
July 28, 1940 
May 30, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. .14, 1940 
June 13, 1940 
June 13, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
July 25, 1940 
May 16, 1940 
Oct. 12, 1939 
Sept. 14. 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 










Rudisill, William G. 












Smith, Edward R. 












Smith, Sterling E. 






Suddreth, Forest C 






Taylor, Roby H 




Sept. 21, 1940 








Watts, Harold D 






Whisnant, Eli S. 




Sept. 21, 1940 














Whisnant, Paul E 






Whisnant, William T._ _ -.. 












Wyke, Fred H._ _ 






Young, Charles M. 


Private 





COMPANY C, 105TH ENGINEERS— SALISBURY, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Cole, EnserW 

Goodson, Robert R 

Stoessel, Frank W 

Enlisted Men: 

Fisher, Marcus H 

Athey, Everette L 

Lake, James F 

Lineberger, James A 

Bradshaw, Arthur L 

Clark, Hal 

Feamster, Charles M 

Hauser, John W. 

Hincamon, James C 

Hearn, Walter W 

Love, John E 

Mahaley, Walter C 

Almond, Ray W. 

Bangle, Pershing 

Blackwell, Troy L 

Chunn, Robert M 

Hilliard, Paul E 

Leach, Clifford M 

Lineberger, Boyce H 

Montgomery, George A. 

Austin, Harold N 

Bradshaw, Elmer C. 

Hoffman, Raymond E... 



Captain . 
IstLt... 
2ndLt... 

1st. Set- 
Staff Sgt. 
Staff Sgt. 
Staff Sgt. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id- 



Dec. 6, 1926 
Nov. 8, 1926 
March 28, 1933 



20412333 
20412334 
20412335 
20412336 
20412337 
20412338 
20412339 
20412340 
20412341 
20412342 
20412343 
20412344 
20412345 
20412346 
20412347 
20412348 
20412349 
20412350 
20412351 
20412352 
20412353 
20412354 
20412355 



March 

Oct. 

July 

Aug. 

Feb. 

May 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

April 

April 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 



, 1939 
, 1937 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1938 
,1939 
,1940 
,1940 
, 1938 
, 1939 
:, 1940 
, 1940 
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, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 



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231 



COMPANY C, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Holshouser, George A. 

Kesler, James F 

Leonard, Charles W._. 

Meetze, Kelvin A 

Stilley, George E 

Sturkey, Lawrence H.. 
Thomason, Charles H. 

Trexler, Claude A 

Trexler, Druley H.... 
Watkins, David H.._. 

Watson, Grant G 

Wicks, Edgar W 

Wrenn, Charles H 

Albright, Charles M... 

Andrews, James C 

Andrews, James E 

Barnes, Ervin L 

Beckom, Earl E 

Best, William R 

Canup, Gilmer H 

Casey, Junior H 

Clark, James M 

Coffey, Edward V., Jr, 

Davis, Daniel M 

Earnhardt, Williard F, 

Fink, Robert B 

Gardner, John W 

Glover, Benton A 

Hearn, Andrew A 

Heam, James E 

Karriker, Boyce W 

Kirk, Cleopus Y 

Lavender, Clarence E. 

Lefler, Shelly W 

Loflin, George, Jr 

Ludwig, John 

Mickle, Jack C 

Morgan, Calvin L 

Parks, MelvinE 

Porter, William V., Jr. 

Propst, Glenn W 

Raines, Melvin D 

Ramsey, James W. 

Simpson, James B 

Smith, George L 

Smith, PaulR 

Smith, Ralph T 

Snider, Avery P. Jr.. _ 
Thompson, James W._ 

Trexler, Ervin T 

Trexler, James P 

Watson, Cye W 

Wilson, Robert W.._. 



Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20412356 
20412357 
20412358 
20412359 
20412360 
20412361 
20412362 
20412363 
20412364 
20412365 
20412366 
20412367 
20412368 
20412369 
20412370 
20412371 
20412372 
20412373 
20412374 
20412375 
20412376 
20412377 
2041237S 
20412379 
10412380 
20412381 
20412382 
20412383 
20412384 
20412385 
20412386 
20412387 
20412388 
20412389 
20412390 
20412391 
20412392 
20412393 
20412394 
20412395 
20412396 
20412397 
20412398 
20412399 
20412400 
20412401 
20412402 
20412403 
20412404 
20412405 
20412406 
20412407 
20412408 



Aug. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

March 

Sept. 

July 

Oct. 

July 

April 

Oct. 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Feb. 

April 

Dec. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

June 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
i, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
!, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
,1940 
,1940 
,1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



232 



Report of The Adjutant General 

HEADQUARTERS, 2ND BATTALION, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 


Major 

1st Lt. - . 


0234829 
20412449 


July 13, 1940 
June 27, 1935 

Oct. 6, 1939 




Carleton, Wilbur R. 




Enlisted Men: 


Staff Sgt 









COMPANY D, 105TH ENGINEERS— LINCOLNTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Reece, Edgar H... 

James, Harmon H 

Yoder, Ralph W 

Enlisted Men: 

Devine, Craig W. 

Abernethy, Ernest C... 

Harril], Ben E.___ 

Leonard, Russell B 

Craig, Robert H 

Goodson, Henry R 

Kistler, James W. 

Lackey, Walter G 

Long, Roy F 

Smith, Thomas E 

Summey, Herbert L 

Whisnant, Larry A 

Abernethy, Henry G.. _ 

Ballard, Fred S 

Byers, Windel W 

Carpenter, Samuel C._ . 

Helms, Lewis A 

Kistler, Clyde W 

Ledford, Clyde C 

Mace, Frank E 

Abernethy, John D., Jr. 

Barkley, Joseph V 

Beal, Burgin L 

Bridges, Raymond B.__ 

Byers, Alton T 

Carpenter, James F 

CashioD, David L 

Christopher, Novey D._ 

Devine, Clifford M 

Hallman, Warren G 

Keener, Blair W 

Kistler, Oscar D 

Lawing, Clarence E 

Ledford, Bevely L 

Nixon, Leon C 

Abernethy, Ray R 



Captain. 
2ndLt.. 
2nd Lt.. 

1st Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Sergeant 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 



July 13, 1940 
June 17, 1939 
July 13, 1940 



20412451 
20412452 
20412453 
20412454 
20412455 
20412456 
20412457 
20412458 
20412459 
20412460 
20412461 
20412462 
20412463 
20412464 
20412465 
20412466 
20412467 
20412468 
20412469 
20412470 
20412471 
20412472 
20412473 
20412474 
20412475 
20412476 
20412477 
20412478 
20412479 
20412480 
20412481 
20412482 
20412483 
20412484 
20412485 
20412486 



March 17, 
March 10, 
Sept. 5, 
Sept. 5, 
Oct. 6, 
Nov. 30, 
Nov. 30, 



Dec. 
May 
Nov. 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Oct. 



April 21, 
Sept. 5, 
Nov. 11, 
March 8, 



Jan. 
May 
Aug. 
May 
May 
Oct. 



July 31, 

July 10, 

Sept. 8, 

Aug. 1, 

Jan. 18, 



June 27, 

May 3, 

Sept. 5, 

July 31, 

Sept. 6, 



1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1938 
1938 
1938 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 



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COMPANY D, 105TH ENGINEERS 



233 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enli6ted Men: 
Barkley, Archibald R.. 

Baxter, Brodis C 

Beam, George C 

Byers, Robert S 

Carter, William A 

Chapman, Gorman M. 
Clippard, Tarrence P.. 

Crouse, Harven A 

Craig, William J 

Crunkelton, John E.__ 

Davis, Robert E 

Davis, Robert M 

Devine, Lewis R 

Farmer, Fred E 

Franklin, Wylie R 

Hauss, Wayne 

Hill, Joe L 

Holbrooks, William C. 

Houser, John W 

Johnson, Clyde H 

Johnson, Paul J 

Ledford, John F 

Long, Daniel 0., Jr 

Neal, WilburnR 

Ramseur, John A 

Rhyne, Fredrick L 

Robinson, Fred R 

Schronce, Logan H 

Seagle, Astor R 

Shuford, Donald H 

Smith, Carl G 

Smith, KiserD 

Smith, Wiley E., Jr.__. 
Spivey, Robert E., Jr... 

Stallings, Arlee G 

S tailings, Ray N 

Warlick, Joseph I 

Weaver, Lewis C 



Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private .. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20412487 
20412488 
20412489 
20412490 
20412491 
20412492 
20412493 
20412494 
20412495 
20412496 
20412497 
20412498 
20412499 
10412500 
20412501 
20412502 
20412503 
20412504 
20412505 
20412506 
20412507 
20412508 
20412509 
20412510 
20412511 
20412513 
20412512 
20412514 
20412515 
20412516 
20412517 
20412518 
20412519 
20412520 
20412521 
20412522 
20412523 
20412524 



Feb. 22, 
Sept. 9, 
March 6, 



Aug. 
Oct. 



May 



Aug. 29, 



June 15, 

Sept. 15, 

Sept. 9, 

July 17, 

Oct. 11, 

June 15, 

Feb. 17, 

July 17, 

Dec. 27, 

Aug. 29, 

Oct. 4, 

Sept. 6, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 15, 

July 10, 

Oct. 23, 

Sept. 7, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 5, 

April 11, 

Sept. 5, 

Aug. 29, 

Dec. 18, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 5, 

Oct. 6, 

Aug. 1, 

Sept. 3, 

Sept. 3, 

Aug. 29, 

Aug. 29, 



1939 
1940 

1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 



Dec. 3, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



Oct. 11, 1940 



COMPANY E, 105TH ENGINEERS-ASHEVILLE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Tallent, Joseph W. 

Shytle, CarlO 

Hull, George R... 

Enlisted Men: 
Owens, Ralph W._ 
Moore, Marvin C. 
Sneed, Mex A 



Captain . 
1st Lt.. . 

2ndLt.. 

1st Sgt. . 
Staff Sgt. 
Staff Sgt, 



20412569 
20412568 
20412570 



June 26, 1935 
Feb. 1, 1931 
Dec. 4, 1937 



July 9, 1940 
Jan. 14, 1940 
May 24, 1938 



234 



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COMPANY E, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Carter, Edwin J. 

Digges, Alex P., Jr 

Jones, Hal K 

Ramsey, Allen E 

Rogers, Garland W 

Williams, Coran L., Jr 

Yount, Adrian A. 

Carleton, Harold C 

Howell, FrankS 

Kimzey, Alexander M., Jr. 

Lowe, Robert E 

Mcintosh, James F. 

Maney, William H., Jr. 

Wood, Thomas P 

Brown, Calvin 

B yrd, Johnnie F._ 

Franklin, Earnest A.. 

Hampton, Bert A 

Harrison, John R 

Hughey, James D. 

King, James D . 

Maney, Howard S 

Meyer, Robert W 

Miller, James B 

Ramsey, Glenn A 

Riddle, Herschel J 

Steelman, Robert W 

West, John E._._ 

Bartlett, Charles H., Jr.... 

Bolick, Elsworth A., Jr 

Buckner, Jay B 

Branch, Albert E 

Bryson, Jack W 

Bryson, Ray A... 

CogdiU, Lewis E 

Digges, Daniel C. 

Conner, Earl W 

Edmonds, Charles W. 

Edmonds, Harley M. 

Edmonds, James W. 

Featherstone, Jennings N._ 

Horton, Robert C 

Johnson, Homer L 

Lance, Kenneth H 

Lynch, George D._ 

McClain, Lynn B 

Miller, Lawrence N. 

Orr, James D 

Ownbey, Ralph R 

Parker, Kenneth K 

Pressley, Eugene E._ 

Rice, William T 

Sentz, George H 

Sherrer, Alfred C 

Stewart, Clarence H 

Stewart, James A 



Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lei. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 



20412571 
20412572 
20412573 
20412575 
20412576 
20412577 
20412578 
20412579 
20412580 
20412581 
20412582 
20412583 
20412584 
20412585 
20412586 
20412587 
20412588 
20412589 
20412590 
20412591 

6377619 
20412592 
20412593 
20412594 
20412595 
20412596 
20412597 
20412598 
20412599 
20412600 
20412601 
20412602 
20412603 
20412604 

6393011 
20412605 
20412633 
20412606 
20412607 
20412608 
20412609 
20412610 
20412611 
20412612 
20412613 
20412614 
20412615 
20412616 
20412617 

6925937 
20412618 
20412619 
20412620 
20412621 
20412622 
20412623 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 



May 23 
July 30, 



Jan. 
Nov. 
July 



May 31 
May 17 
Nov. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Jan. 

Aug. 26 
Aug. 5 
Oct. 17 
Sept. 24 
Jan. 17 
July 25 
May 30, 
Jan. 31 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

June 17, 
Nov. 17, 
May 2, 
Oct. 17, 
March 21 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
April 23 
Nov. 1, 
Dec. 10, 
Dec. 21 



Dec. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Jan. 

July 20 

July 20 

Aug. 2 

July 20 

July 20 

Aug. 3 

May 2 

Sept. 3 

Oct. 3 

Sept. 19 

Oct. 17, 

Oct. 17 



, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1939 
:, 1940 
, 1937 
:, 1938 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1939 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
,1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1937 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
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, 1940 
!, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 



Oct. 16, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Nov. 14, 1940 



Sept. 23. 1940 



Nov. 16, 1940 



Oct. 16, 1940 
Sept. 19, 1940 



Report of The Adjutant General 

COMPANY E, 105TH ENGINEERS 



235 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Stewart, Ralph F 

Vernon, William E., Jr. 
. Wallen, Jack E 

Wheeler, Edward E., Jr, 

Whitehouse, Charles W. 

Wood, Howard C 

Wright, David J 

Wright, Floyd D 

Young, Roy C 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20412624 
20412625 
20412626 
20412627 
20412628 
20412629 
20412630 
20412631 
20412632 



Sept. 

March 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

Sept. 

July 

Oct. 



12, 1940 

4, 1940 

3, 1940 

12, 1940 

12, 1940 

2, 1938 

12, 1939 

23, 1939 

10, 1939 



COMPANY F, 105TH ENGINEERS— STATESVILLE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Feild, George 

Leinster, Esten B. 

Battley, William R 

Enlisted Men: 

Mills, Oscar R 

Moore, Raymond J 

Speaks, William M 

Warren, Clyde R 

Baker, Robert C 

Foster, Boyce B 

Furches, Frank W 

Mayberry, William F 

Munday, Thomas O 

Reynolds, Guy D 

Rhyne, Samuel A., Jr. . . 

Johnson, Percy H 

Gatton, Allen A 

Gillespie, Ross H 

Lazenby, Stewart 

Moore, Ervin M. 

Munday, Ernest L 

Sharpe, Frank L. 

Baker, John D 

Ball, Jefferson D... 

Brown, Fleet T 

Church, Harry J 

Donaldson, George L 

Freeze, Nathan A 

Gaither, Clyde E., Jr.... 

Johnston, Meritte M 

Lapish, Lawrence E 

Lippard, W. H., Jr 

Middlesworth, Robert E 

Morris, Bonner 

Raymer, Kenneth L., Jr. 
Reves, William V 



Captain. 
lstLt.__ 
2nd Lt- 

1st Sgt. _ 
Staff Sgt. 
Staff Sgt. 
Staff Sgt. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 



20412683 
20412684 
20412685 
20412686 
20412687 
20412688 
20412689 
20412690 
20412691 
20412692 
20412693 
20412715 
20412694 
20412695 
20412696 
20412697 
20412698 
20412772 
20412699 
20412700 
20412701 
20412702 
20412703 
20412704 
20412705 
20412706 
20412707 
20412708 
20412709 
20412710 
20412711 
20412712 



Nov. 8, 1934 
May 6, 1940 
June 17, 1939 



June 

June 

May 

May 

June 

July 

Sept. 

May 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

June 

June 

March 

May 

Nov. 

Sept. 

March 

Feb. 

Aug. 

June 

April 

April 

April 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 



24, 1940 

1, 1938 

13, 1939 

29, 1940 

13, 1940 
20, 1938 

28, 1939 
27, 1938 

1, 1939 
7, 1937 
12, 1939 

15, 1939 

6, 1938 
18, 1939 
26, 1939 

1, 1939 

29, 1939 
22, 1939 

3, 1939 

7, 1939 

14, 1939 
18, 1940 
24, 1938 

3, 1940 
1, 1938 

16, 1940 

10, 1939 
14, 1938 

11, 1939 
11, 1939 
18, 1939 
10, 1938 



Nov. 15, 1940 



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COMPANY F, 105TH ENGINEERS 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Ross, Jack_ _-. 

Skeen, James R 

Barnhart, Marion W 

Bebber, Baxter M 

Benfield, Doyel E 

Blackwelder, Cary D 

Brewer, Joe C 

Brown, George C... 

Bunch, Thomas B 

Carter, Fred H 

Clark, Herbert F._ 

Coleman, John T. 

Collins, Parks 

Cornacchione, Tony 

Dagenhart, Coleman R._ . 

Dickens, James W 

Fann, William H. 

Fisher, Claude W 

Freeze, John H 

Freeze, Troy L 

Gibbs, GibbsC 

Gillespie, OUie T 

Gregory, James 

Hicks, George W 

Holland, John E 

Hoover, Osborne A 

Jenkins, Wesley C 

Johnson, Tildren H 

Kimmons, John S 

Knox, MoffettP 

Levan, Walter D 

MacKesson, Louis W., Jr 
Mahathey, Dorman N.__. 

McElwee, Nathan 

McHargue, Frank H 

Mills, Richard W 

Morrow, Harold H 

Pierce, Frank L 

Poston, Kenneth R 

Privette, Kager E... 

Rives, John A 

Sherrill, Worth L 

Shoemaker, Phillip R 

Sipes, Charles C 

Stewart, Elree 

Stewart, William M 

Stewart, William W 

Summers, Joseph D 

Suther, Carroll S 

Tevepaugh, Robert A 

Westmoreland, Ernest 0.. 
Westmoreland, Robert C. 

White, Clyde W 

White, George G 

White, William R 

Wike, David D 

Woodruff, Edwin E 

Holton, Hugh L 



Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 



20412713 
20412714 
2041271G 
20412717 
20412718 
20412719 
20412720 
20412721 
20412722 
20412723 
20412724 
20412725 
20412726 
20412727 
20412728 
20412729 
20412730 
20412731 
20412732 
20412733 
29412734 
20412735 
20412736 
20412737 
20412738 
20412739 
20412740 
20412741 
20412742 
20412743 
20412744 
20412745 
20412746 
20412747 
20412748 
20412749 
20412750 
20412751 
20412752 
20412753 
20412754 
20412755 
20412756 
20412757 
20412758 
20412759 
20412760 
20412761 
20412762 
20412763 
20412764 
20412765 
20412766 
20412767 
2041276S 
20412769 
20412770 
20412771 



July 
Nov. 
July 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
May 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
May 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
July 
Sept. 
April 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
July 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
April 
July 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
May 
Aug. 



, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Report of The Adjutant General 



237 



105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT 
FIELD AND STAFF 



Name 


Rank 


Date of 
Commission 


Residence 




Colonel 

Lt. Col 


Jan. 10, 1924 
May 6, 1938 
June 9, 1939 
Oct. 8 1927 










Lt. Col 






Captain 









DIVISION SURGEON'S OFFICE, 30TH DIVISION 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 


Colonel 

Major 


• 

20464842 
20464843 
20464844 
20464845 
20464846 
20464847 
20464848 
20464849 


Jan. 10, 1924 
Sept. 12, 1940 
Dec. 27, 1929 
Aug. 18, 1940 
July 29, 1940 

Jan. 9, 1939 
Sept. 10, 1940 
April 22, 1940 
Sept. 10, 1940 
April 24, 1939 
Sept. 4, 1940 
Sept. 2, 1940 
Sept. 11, 1940 








Hoyle, Irby H 






Captain.. 








Enlisted Men: 


M. Sgt. 






Tech. Sgt 

Staff Sgt.. 

Sergeant 

Corporal 

Pvt. lcl 




Bryan, William Y 








Peck, Thomas D 

























OFFICER PERSONNEL, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Home Station 



Newell, Hodge A 

Fenner, Edwin F.. 

Gribbin, Robert E 

Carter, Paul C 

Cochran, George H 

Glascock, Harold W., Jr 

Hoyle, Irby H.... 

Kerr, Algernon H 

Rodman, Robert B 

Baumgardner, Pearly L.. 
Butner, John H... 

Cox, Alexander M 

Douglas, Charles L 

Greene, Clarence E 

Hutchins, Jewell T 

Miller, Edwin E 

O'Neil, James N 

Pratt, Charles B 



Colonel. 
Lt. Col.. 
Lt. Col.. 

Major... 
Major. . . 
Major. . _ 
Major. . . 
Major... 
Major. . . 
Captain. 
Captain. 

Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 



0199196 
0202946 
0134293 
0204843 
0118497 
0322277 
0271026 
0288673 
0270649 
0330824 



0327329 
0324315 
0361490 
0288713 
0330770 
0241888 
0245548 



Jan. 10, 1924 

May 6, 1938 

June 9, 1939 

June 27, 1924 



Sept. 
Dec. 
July 
Sept. 
Aug. 



12, 1940 
27, 1929 
29, 1940 

13, 1940 
23, 1935 



June 15, 1937 
Aug. 18, 1940 



April 11, 1928 
July 13, 1927 



Henderson 
Henderson 
Asheville 
Madison 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Raleigh 
Henderson 
Ken- 
Wilmington 
Edenton 
Powder 

Springs, Ga. 
Madison 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Henderson 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Jefferson, S. C. 
Henderson 
Madison 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Home Station 



Reynolds, Ernest H 

Royster, Thomas B 

Sandow, Mack 

Stephenson, Bennette E. 

Taylor, Thomas J 

Van Noppen, Thomas P. 

Wisley, Martin R __ 

Etheridge, William M... 

Fleming, James R 

Joyner, Edward C 

Mixon, Henry W 

Morris, John G., Jr 

Neal, Joseph W 

Garrett, Joseph W., Jr... 

Huff, RufusD 

Tucker, John H., Jr 

Renn, Joseph B 



Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
lstLt... 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt... 
2nd Lt. 
W. 0.... 



0369863 
0246876 
0332295 
0395647 
0341873 
0255988 
0336513 



Sept. 2, 1940 
Oct. 8, 1927 



Sept. 13, 1940 

Sept. 13, 1940 

July 14, 1832 

July 24, 1940 



Madison 
Durham 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Roanoke Rapids 
Roanoke Rapids 
Madison 
Edenton 
Atlanta, Ga. 



0387055 
A0349499 



Sept. 12, 1940 
Aug. 18, 1940 



June 7, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 



Henderson 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Madison 
Madison 



2000412 



Dec. 16, 1936 



Henderson 



HEADQUARTERS AND SERVICE COMPANY, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT— HENDERSON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

O'Neil, James N 

Mixon, Henry W. 

Enlisted Men: 

White, Henry E 

Catlett, Roberts 

Forsythe, Marshall H.. . 

Oakley, John G 

Riggan, JohnW 

Chavasse, James L 

Davis, Herbert A 

Smith, Ernest F 

Tucker, Fletcher J 

Barnes, Lewis E 

Cunningham, Joseph E._ 

Stainback, James J 

Ayscue, Carl B. 

Brinkley, Edward J 

Finch, James T 

Fogleman, Lyman M., Jr 

Grissom, James H., Jr 

Hamlin, James W 

Harris, Edward B 

Park, Edward N 

Pegram, Walter T 

Stephenson, Carroll D 

Stone, Walter K 

Candler, William T 

Cash, Willie F.... 

Catlett, Cleland E 



Captain.. 
IstLt.... 

M.Sgt... 
Tech. Sgt, 
Tech. Sgt, 
Tech. Sgt. 
Tech. Sgt. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant.. 
Sergeant. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Private. _ _ 
Private... 
Private... 



4469052 
20411073 
20411074 
20411075 
20411076 
20411077 
20411078 

1322124 
20411079 
20411080 
20411081 
20411082 
20411083 
20411084 
20411085 
20411086 
20411087 
2041 10S8 
20411089 
20411090 
20411091 
20411092 
20411093 
20411094 
20411095 
20411096 



April 
Aug. 



11, 1928 
18, 1940 



May 12, 

June 3, 

Sept. 10, 

Sept. 10, 

Sept. 10, 

Aug. 26, 

May 1, 

Nov. 14, 

April 2, 

March 27, 

July 15, 

Oct. 2, 

Sept. 4, 

March 27, 

Sept. 25, 

Sept. 4, 

Jan. 10, 

Sept. 10, 

July 15, 

Sept. 10, 

March 12, 

Sept. 25, 

Sept. 2, 

Sgpt. 2, 

March 20, 

Sept. 14, 



1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 



Oct. 16, 1940 



Oct. 16, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



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239 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Clark, Dolphus T 

Cooper, Charles M 

Day, Joseph W., Jr.. . 
Goodrich, Emmett H.. 
Harward, Benjamin R 

Huff, Paul L 

Johnson, Sherwood G. 
Lockemy, William J... 

Long, Kenneth C 

Mitchell, William 0... 
McGhee, Rosmus T... 

Stokes, Coleman A 

Vernon, James M 

Ward, Frederick A — 



Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20411097 
20411098 
20411099 
20411100 
20411101 
20411102 
20411103 
20411104 
20411105 
20411106 
20411107 
20411108 
20411109 
20411110 



Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

July 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept, 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 



11, 1940 
2, 1940 
27, 1939 
15, 1940 
11, 1940 
5, 1940 
2, 1940 
15, 1940 

10, 1940 
4, 1940 

11, 1940 
2, 1940 
1, 1939 

11, 1940 



BAND, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT-HENDERSON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
O'Neil, James N._ 
Renn, Joseph B._. 



Enlisted Men: 

Lowrey, John W., Jr 

Rook, Barney B 

Debnam, Frank _ _ - 

Edwards, Carl G 

Price, Woodrow W - 

Roberson, Mathew G 

Powell, Major P., Jr 

Renn, Edward C 

Roberson, Lemuel G 

Simms, Gerald K— 

Simms, Luther E 

Stainback, Clinton V 

Branch, William M 

Cooper, William H 

Dunn, Hunter H._ 

Evans, William H. 

Hamlin, Leo E 

Hyman, Edward P., Jr.. 

Lowe, Nathaniel E 

Leonard, Raymond E... 
Moorefield, Robert T — 
Pridgen, Benjamin M._ . 

Renn, Vernon M 

Roberson, James E 

Savage, Rolland L 

Stokes, Douglas L 

Tucker, Sammy 



Captain. 
W.O.... 



Wilbourne, Frank P., Jr Private 



Tech. Sgt. 
Staff Sgt._. 
Sergeant.. 
Sergeant . . 
Sergeant.. 
Sergeant.. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private. . - 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private... 
Private..- 
Private. . _ 
Private. _ . 
Private. . . 
Private. .. 
Private. .. 
Private- .. 
Private- . . 
Private... 
Private.. . 



20411042 
20411043 
20411044 
6854696 
20411045 
20411046 
20411047 
20411048 
20411049 
20411050 
20411051 
20411052 
20411053 
20411054 
20411055 
20411056 
20411057 
20411058 
20411059 
20411060 
20411061 
20411062 
20411063 
20411064 
20411065 
20411066 
20411067 
20411068 



April 
Dec. 



11, 1928 
16, 1936 



Nov. 

June 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

March 

May 

Aug. 

Dec. 

July 

Sept. 

July 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

July 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



5, 1938 

15, 1939 

6, 1938 

24, 1939 
21, 1939 
10, 1940 
10, 1940 

3, 1939 
14, 1939 

16, 1940 
27, 1940 

4, 1939 
9, 1940 

12, 1940 
23, 1940 
27, 1940 
20, 1940 
14, 1940 
14, 1940 
23, 1940 
12, 1940 

25, 1939 
2, 1940 

26, 1938 
10, 1940 
12, 1940 
12, 1940 
12, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



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1ST BATTALION, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT 



Name 


Rank 


Date of 

Commission 


Residence 


Carter, Paul C 


Major 

Captain 


June 27, 1924 
July 14, 1932 












COMPANY A, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT— WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Stephenson, Bennette E. 

Enlisted Men: 

Smith, Vance L 

Carter, Woodus A 

Council, Junius E 

Smith, James B 

Divine, Rowland J 

Paige, Carl A 

Payne, Elbert L 

Ray, John E 

Aman, Donald L._ 

McGee, Norman R 

Padrick, John J 

Bedsole, Belva T 

Bowers, King D., Jr 

Brunjes, Thomas H 

Cameron, Eugene 

Cooper, George F. 

Harris, Clifton F 

Jacobs, Mike J 

King, James R 

Lehrschall, Robert J 

McDaniels, Kenneth F._ 

Mintz, Luther L 

Pigf ord, Isaac B 

Rising, Archie W 

Shepard, Graham W 

Thomas, William F 

Walden, Harry L 

Westbrook, John W., Jr. 

Allen, Fred Q 

Allen, James B 

Allen, Oliver R 

Arthur, Harold 

Baker, William A 

Belcher, John T 

Coston, Joseph E 

Daniels, Harold L 

Davis, William L 

Deil, PaulN 

Durden, Homer 

Fowler, Ralph 

Godbold, Robert G 

Godbold, RoyL 

Hahn, Neal W., Jr 



Captain. 

IstSgt.. 
Staff Sgt. 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant. 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 



20411135 
20411136 
20411137 
20411138 
20411139 
20411140 
20411141 
20411142 
20411143 
20411144 
20411145 
20411146 
20411147 
20411148 
20411149 
20411150 
20411151 
20411152 
20411153 
20411154 
20411155 
20411156 
20411157 
20411158 
20411159 
20411160 
20411161 
20411162 
20411163 
20411164 
20411165 
20411166 
20411167 
20411168 
20411169 
20411170 
20411171 
20411172 
20411173 
20411174 
20411175 
20411176 
20411177 



Sept. 13, 1940 



Nov. 20, 

Nov. 27, 

Nov. 20, 

Nov. 25, 

Nov. 21, 



Feb. 



Feb. 



Sept. 
July 
Jan. 



July 
May 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Sept. 



May 17, 

May 18, 



May 10, 

Feb. 8, 

May 2, 

Dec. 3, 

Feb. 7, 

April 19, 



1, 



May 26, 

June 4, 

May 28, 

Oct. 16, 



Nov. 21, 
Jan. 11, 



Sept. 10, 

Sept. 10, 

Dec. 4, 

Sept. 10, 

Sept. 10, 

June 4, 

May 10, 

March 5, 

Oct. 17, 

Oct. 10, 

June 4, 

Sept. 10, 

June 4, 

Nov. 15, 



1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1938 
1940 
1938 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1938 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
193S 



Sept. 28, 1940 
Sept. 28, 1940 



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241 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Hall, William M 

Hayes, Eleby M 

Herring, James 

Herring, Luby, Jr 

Hicks, Woodrow 

Hobbs, Harry P 

Hobbs, Robert T 

Jeffords, Everett F 

Jordan, Nathan L 

King, Clifton M 

Lane, George T 

Lehrschall, Fred M 

Leloudis, Gus G 

Pierce, Van B 

Rackley, Harry J 

Reece, Hugh C 

Reece, James E 

Sanders, Jesse W 

Shepard, Leonard G 

Spivey, Houston L 

Streeter, Logan E 

Thompson, Clarence R. 

Taylor, Charles P 

Tilley, George F 

Wiggs, Walter R 

Wilson, Johnnie H 

Yopp, Andrew T 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20411178 
20411179 
204111S0 
20411181 
20411182 
20411183 
20411184 
20411185 
20411186 
20411187 
20411188 
20411189 
20411190 
20411191 
20411192 
20411193 
20411194 
20411195 
20411196 
20411197 
20411198 
20411199 
20411200 
20411201 
20411202 
20411203 
20411204 



Jan. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

May 

Jan. 

June 

Sept. 

May 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

May 

May 

Nov. 

July 

April 

Sept. 

March 

July 

Nov. 



, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 



Sept. 21, 1940 



COMPANY B, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT— ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 


Captain 

Tech. Sgt 

Staff Sgt 

Staff Sgt 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 


6849619 
20411255 
20411275 
20411265 
20411273 
20411286 
20411297 

6849615 
20411270 
20411305 
20411257 
20411258 
20411269 
20411271 


Sept. 13, 1940 

April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
July 26, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 
April 20, 1940 




Enlisted Men: 




Hardy, Rupert T. 




























Vaughan, Emory A 

Burton, William R.. . 




Butler, Curtis S. 




Dixon, Clyde R. .. 








Inscoe, Arthur W 


Pvt. Icl. 1 20411279 





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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Jarvis, Charlie E 

McLeod, Norman G 

Merritt, Troy C 

Mulder, David H 

Shaw, James E 

Shaw, Robert L 

Tillery, Wells D 

Turner, Muscar W. 

Walsh, Robert E 

Webb, James E 

Welch, Rudolph A 

Williams, Robert D 

Wilson, ClunetR 

Barnette, Benjamin D. 

Barnette, John W 

Borrell, Frank C 

Bunn, Itro B 

Butler, Stanley M 

Butts, Jack I -- 

Cannon, William M 

Carlyle, Jesse J 

Carpenter, Rupert 0., Jr.. 

Clary, Edward W 

Connor, John C, Jr 

Cooke, Thomas H., Jr — 

Day, Edward M 

Floyd, Raymond T 

Height, Johnnie R 

Hales, Charles W 

Hoggard, Nollie E 

Holmes, Clarence L 

Inscoe, Claude M 

Johnson, Charlie L 

Journigan, Abe E 

Lanier, Wilson T 

Lyles, David L 

Lynch, Bernard A. 

Matthews, John J.. 

Midgette, Percy W 

Overton, Paul T. 

Parker, Cecil L 

Phelps, Warren T 

Poindexter, William D — 

Powell, Robert A... 

Rogers, Milton T 

Seawell, James M., Jr 

Stephenson, Randolph E.. 

Taylor, Lawrence H 

Taylor, James R 

Thomason, Atnorman W.. 
Wood, George S 



Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20411281 

20411290 

20411288 

20411291 

20411299 

20411300 

20411302 

20411304 

20411306 

20411307 

20411308 

20411309 

20411310 

20411252 

20411253 

20411254 

20411256 

20411259 

20411260 

20411261 

20411262 

20411263 

20411264 

20411266 

20411267 

20411268 

20411272 

20411276 

20411274 

20411277 

20411278 

20411280 

20411282 

20411283 

20411284 

20411285 

20411249 

20411287 

20411289 

20411292 

20411293 

20411294 

20411295 

20411296 

20411298 

20411248 

20411251 

20411301 

20411250 

20411303 

20411311 



April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

April 

April 

April 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

April 

April 

May 

April 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

April 

April 

Sept. 

Aug. 

April 

April 

Sept. 

April 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 



20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
16, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 

9, 1940 
20, 1940 

9, 1940 
20, 1940 
14, 1940 
14, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
16, 1940 
20, 1940 

9, 1940 
20, 1940 

9, 1940 
14, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 

13, 1940 

14, 1940 
1, 1940 

20, 1940 
20, 1940 

9, 1940 
20, 1940 
20, 1940 
14, 1940 

9, 1940 
14, 1940 
14, 1940 
14, 1940 
20, 1940 

9, 1940 

9, 1940 
14, 1940 

9, 1940 
20, 1940 
14, 1940 



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243 



Name 


Rank 


Date of 
Commission 


Residence 




Major 


Sept. 13, 1940 


Wilmington 





COMPANY D, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT-EDENTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Wisely, Martin R 

Baumgardner, Pearly L. 

Enlisted Men: 

Davis, Richard B 

White, Elbert K 

Bond, John H 

Bass, Herbert E 

Everett, Raymond L 

Gregory, William T 

Hoskins, Ward 

Todd, John D 

Wilder, Thomas M 

Yates, TheoF 

Basnight, Horace M 

Buck, Cleveland P 

Collins, Howard L. 

Hare, William N 

Hare, Worth H 

Hollowell, Ernest L., Jr. 

Hoskins, Fred C 

Hoskins, Thomas J 

Keeter, Luther N 

Miller, Donald A 

Mills, Walter E 

Nixon, Louis L 

Perry, William W 

PUand, Leon 

Spruill, Roy H 

Sutton, Joshua A. _ 

White, Skinner A 



Captain . 
Captain. 

Staff Sgt. 

Sergeant 

Pvt. Id. 

Pvt. lcl 

Pvt. lcl. 

Pvt. lcl. 

Pvt. lcl. 

Pvt. lcl. 

Pvt. lcl. 

Pvt. lcl. 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private . . 

Private. _ 

Private.. 



July 

Aug. 



24, 1940 
23, 1935 



20411474 
20411475 
20411476 
20411477 
20411478 
20411479 
20411480 
20411481 
20411482 
20411483 
20411484 
20411485 
20411486 
20411487 
20411488 
20411489 
20411490 
20411492 
20411491 
20411493 
20411494 
20411495 
20411496 
20411497 
20411498 
20411499 
20411500 



Oct. 

July 

April 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

May 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

July 

March 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

May 

May 

Aug. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 



, 1937 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
■ t 1940 
,*1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
i, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Oct. 13, 1940 



Sept. 16, 1940 



Sept. 16, 1940 



COMPANY G, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT-MADISON, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 
Pratt, Charles B.. 


Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain. 

1st Lt. 




July 13, 1927 
July 14, 1932 
June 15, 1937 
Sept. 2, 1940 
June 7, 1940 
Sept. 12, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 






















1st Lt. 






2ndLt... 


Nov. 2, 1940 



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COMPANY G, 105TH MEDICAL REGIMENT 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Lemons, Wade W 

Carter, John W 

Collins, William H 

Lemons, Thomas C 

Moseley, Glenn D 

Dodson, Jay B __ 

Hewitt, Coyt W 

Rierson, Preston D 

Robertson, Paul G 

Stephenson, Edward V. . 

Venable, Marvin C 

Joyce, James R 

Adkins, Samuel L 

Case, Martin L 

Gann, Daniel M., Jr 

Gatewood, John L 

Gatewood, Thomas W.- 
Hand, PaulG 

Highfill, Thomas W.._. 

Joyce, Tyrus 0._ 

Martin, Charles L., Jr.. 
Moorefield, Nathan C.- 
Payne, William T 

Robertson, Jesse L 

Robertson, Watson W._ 

Rumley, Carlton M 

White, James R 

Wilkins, Carlton A 

Adkins, Claude S 

Bailey, James P 

Baker, Robert A., Jr... 
Cardwell, Reginald T._, 
Cardwell, Thomas V.. . 

Carter, Allen B 

Case, Roy L 

Clark, John F 

Collins, William H 

Comer, Willie C 

Crews, Leonard T. 

Duggins, Nathan C 

Farmer, Samuel D 

Griffin, Milton R 

Hall, William A 

Joyce, Harold H 

Joyce, Ira C 

Joyce, Roy N 

Lawrence, Landis S 

Mabe, James E 

Mabe, Woodrow 

Martin, Tom T 

McCollum, William P. _ 
Moorefield, Morris I... 

Norman, David 

Rierson, Herbert E 

Rierson, Ted 

Robertson, David E 



Tech. Sgt 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant- 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private .. 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. _ 
Private.. 
Private. _ 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20411690 
6343078 
6814045 
20411693 
20411694 
20411695 
20411696 
20411697 
20411698 
20411699 
20411700 
20411701 
20411702 
20411703 
20411704 
20411705 
20411706 
20411707 
20411708 
20411709 
20411710 
20411711 
20411712 
20411714 
20411713 
20411715 
20411716 
20411717 
20411718 
20411719 
20411720 
20411721 
20411722 
20411723 
20411724 
20411725 
20411726 
20411727 
20411728 
20411729 
20411730 
20411731 
20411732 
20411733 
20411734 
20411735 
20411736 
20411737 
20411738 
20411739 
20411740 
20411741 
20411742 
20411743 
20411744 
20411745 



July 


15, 


Jan. 


31, 


Jan. 


11. 


Nov. 


17, 


June 


18, 


Feb. 


16, 


Jan. 


7, 


Oct. 


28, 


Oct. 


7, 


July 


29, 


Aug. 


27, 


May 


24, 


Feb. 


12, 


May 


16, 


Nov. 


6, 


Dec. 


14, 


Dec. 


14, 


Feb. 


-'4, 


June 


4, 


Jan. 


28, 


Aug. 


2, 


Oct. 


16, 


Aug. 


17, 


Jan. 


31, 


July 


29, 


Aug. 


12, 


June 


4, 


Feb. 


3, 


July 


15, 


Sept. 


14, 


April 


28, 


Aug. 


2, 


Aug. 


31, 


June 


23, 


Oct. 


15, 


May 


6, 


Sept. 


1, 


Sept. 


2, 


Sept. 


12, 


Aug. 


31, 


Sept. 


12, 


April 


6, 


Aug. 


31, 


Feb. 


6, 


Aug. 


31 


Sept. 


14, 


Dec. 


4 


May 


28, 


May 


10, 


July 


29 


Aug. 


2 


Jan. 


27, 


Aug. 


31, 


Jan. 


7, 


Feb. 


4, 


July 


29, 



, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1937 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1937 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
!, 1940 
, 1937 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1937 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1937 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 



Nov. 16, 1940 



Sept. 27, 1940 
Sept. 27, 1940 

Nov. 5, 1940 



Oct. 22, 1940 



Oct. 14, 1940 
Oct. 15, 1940 



Dec. 3, 1940 



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245 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Shelton, George G._ 
Sharron, Clarence T 
Snead, Marvin H... 
Tilley, George H.... 
Webster, Julius F.. . 
Wilson, John W.._. 
Windsor, George W. 
York, Martin L 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



2041 174G 
20411747 
20411748 
20411749 
20411750 
20411751 
20411752 
20411753 



Sept. 
Aug. 

Oct. 2& 

March 22 

Feb. 6, 

Sept. 4 

Sept. 14 

Feb. 3 



1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 



HEADQUARTERS, 1ST BATTALION, 105TH QUARTERMASTER REGIMENT-HENDERSON, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 
Kittrell, Thomas S -- 


Major 

Tech. Sgt 

Pvt. Icl 

Private 


6379954 
20413012 
20413014 
20413013 


Aug. 13, 1937 

June 21, 1940 
Oct. 11, 1938 
Jan. 8, 1940 




Enlisted Men: 
Hege, Clifford W 




Fulk, OscarS 



















COMPANY A, 105TH QUARTERMASTER REGIMENT-WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Samuel, Allen T., Jr... 
Stuart, Charles W., Jr. 

Enlisted Men: 

Yountz, EarlD 

Brown, Kary F 

McMahan, Kenneth G 

Triplette, Zeb V 

Doty, Henry W 

Hudgins, Alvis R 

Ruark, Irvin O 

Beauchamp, Paul J._ . 

Cline, James W 

Fulp, Wallace T 

Johnston, Linzie L 

M elver, Donald A 

Myers, Jones C 

Parker, Otis C - 

Runge, GusE 

Apperson, Wallace G._ 
Beauchamp, Robert O. 



Captain. 
2ndLt.. 

1st Sgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Pvt. Icl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20413016 
6404144 
6367088 
20413017 
20413018 
20413019 
20413020 
20413021 
20413022 
20413023 
6361734 
20413024 
20413025 
20413026 
20413027 
2041302S 
20413030 



May 
May 



June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
June 
Oct. 
Sept. 
May 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
May 



31, 1940 
31, 1940 



21, 1940 
5, 1940 
5, 1940 
5, 1940 
5, 1940 

10, 1940 
3, 1938 
5, 1940 

1, 1939 
5, 1940 

17, 1938 

2, 1939 
25, 1939 
25, 1939 

2, 1939 
30, 1940 
21, 1940 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Bargoil, Levi J 

Beck, Calvin L. 

Boyer, Pleasant N., Jr 

Brookshire, Charles M., Jr. 

Bryan, Walter R 

Carter, Thomas W 

Caudle, Maurice A 

Colbert, Sanford Z 

Cook, Arville F 

Copley, Frank, Jr _. 

Davis, Earl D 

Durie, Lawrence A 

Fulp, Harvey B 

Hardy, Robert G..._ 

Hartley, Ralph J 

Hayes, Frederick C 

Hilker, Arthur H 

Huffine, Charles E... 

Jones, Kenneth T 

Lancaster, Paul E 

Lewis, William N 

Mann, Hoyle L _. 

McBride, Troy W 

Miller, Edward T., Jr 

Moore, Clarence E., Jr 

Myers, Fred A 

Naylor, William P 

Pendergrass, Alva H., Jr... 

Ragsdale, Paul D 

Reece, James B 

Steelman, James W 

Stoltz, Robert M 

Styers, Carl E 

Tate, Robert A 

Whitman, Charles C 

Wiles, Archie E 

Yountz, Jack D 

Yountz, Harry L 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20413029 
20413031 
20413032 
20413033 
20413034 
20413035 
20413036 
20413037 
20413038 
20412039 
20412040 
20413041 
10413042 
20413043 
20413044 
20413045 
20413046 
20413047 
20413048 
20413049 
20413050 
20413051 
20413052 
20413053 
20413054 
20413055 
20413056 
20413057 
20413058 
20413059 
20413060 
20413061 
20413062 
20413063 
20413064 
20413065 
20413066 
10413067 



Sept. 
Sept. 
May 



5, 1940 

13, 1940 

14, 1940 



Oct. 28, 1939 



June 1, 1940 

Sept. 5, 1940 

Sept. 29, 1939 

April 5, 1940 

Oct. 25, 1939 



Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 



5, 1940 

13, 1940 
23, 1940 

6, 1939 
6, 1939 
5, 1940 
5, 1940 

14, 1940 



April 11, 1940 
March 13, 1940 



Nov. 

July 

March 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

June 



7, 1939 

20, 1940 

6, 1940 

5, 1940 

5, 1940 
13, 1940 

6, 1939 
1, 1940 



Sept. 13, 1940 
March 6, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



113TH FIELD ARTILLERY (155mm HOWITZER) 
FIELD AND STAFF 



Name 



Rank 



Date of 
Commission 



Residence 



Cheshire, Godfrey. .'. 

Willis, Albert T 

Hinson, Thera E 

Purrington, Alfred L 



Colonel . 
Lt. Col. 
Captain 
Captain 



Dec. 2, 1932 

July 28, 1940 

Sept. 15, 1940 

Oct. 17, 1936 



Raleigh 
New Bern 
Chapel Hill 
Raleigh 



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OFFICER PERSONNEL-113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



247 



Name 



Cheshire, Godfrey 

Willis, Albert T 

Griffin, Edward F 

Linker, Joe B 

Mullineaux, Joseph B._ . 

Shepard, Frederick C 

Vann, John C. M 

Wilkinson, Charles T.... 
Williams, William H..._ 

Best, Lee J _ 

Boger, Daniel J 

Green, Charles P 

Harris, Isaac E 

Hinson, Thera E 

Howard, Samuel B 

Jennette, Alexander T... 

Lewis, Meriwether 

Meredith, Ernest P., Jr.. 

Mitchell, Bland G 

Patterson, Fred 

Porter, Charles W 

Powell, Eppie C 

Purrington, Alfred L., Jr. 

Royall, Luby F 

Royall, William A 

Smith, Somers S 

Wicker, Worth 

Willis, Weston H 

Bell, Charles H 

Eason, Robert A 

Guthrie, Kermit L 

Marston, Edgar B., Jr... 

Matthews, Thomas G 

Moye, James H 

Rodman, Wiley C, Jr.... 

Thompson, Roy E 

Tucker, George W 

Watson, Lemuel E., Jr.. . 
Wheless, Frank W., Jr.... 

Wheless, James A 

Wilkins, Lucien P., Jr 

Barbour, James R., Jr 

Bizzell, Hyman M 

Bullock, Elmore C 

Grantham, Norman B 

Gurley, William H 

Lee, John H 

Lewis, John T 

Morgan, James P 

Parrott, Marion A 

Pollock, Robert F. H 

Rhodes, Rudolph 

Robbins, Roger H 

Rowland, Dwight B 

Seymore, James P 

Sills, William H 

Stearns, Junius 8., Jr 



Rank or 
Grade 



Colonel. 
Lt. Col.. 
Major... 
Major... 
Major. . . 
Major... 
Major... 
Major... 
Major... 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain, 
Captain - 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
lstLt... 
lst Lt... 
IstLt... 
2ndLt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2ndLt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2nd Lt... 
2ndLt... 
2ndLt.. 
2ndLt... 
2ndLt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2ndLt... 
2ndLt... 



Serial No. 



0181901 
0327488 
0198652 
0140078 
0256669 
0252889 
0222467 
0327487 
0139299 
0202836 
0294694 
0255604 
0306183 
0257181 
0327493 
0359548 
0252677 
0275765 
0137667 
0357103 
0244951 
0290816 
0253310 
0296058 
0139085 
0348594 
0336096 
0289949 
0371975 
0302486 
0346619 
0230285 
0300574 
0328445 
0299970 
0360841 
0294697 
0335632 
0300521 
0326723 
0256835 
0355171 



0357899 
0300474 



0394034 
0328451 
0351466 
0396122 
0382760 
0250160 
0329598 



0353245 
0371241 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Dec. 

July 

April 

July 

Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

Aug. 

July 

Jan. 

Aug. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

July 

July 

July 

May 

Sept. 

July 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

June 

Nov. 

July 

June 

April 

Feb. 

Oct. 

April 

July 

July 

Nov. 

July 

Feb. 

July 

March 

Sept. 

Jan. 

May 

July 

Sept. 

June 

June 

Jan. 

Sept. 

May 

Dec. 

Aug. 



Jan. 29 
July 21 
July 8 



1932 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1935 
1940 
1940 
1933 
1935 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1928 
1937 
1929 
1940 
1937 
1939 
1936 
1932 
1928 
1940 
1935 
1939 
1940 
1936 
1940 
1929 
1934 
1940 
1937 
1940 
1935 
1937 
1938 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1937 
1932 
1940 
1940 
1934 
1937 
1940 
1939 
1927 
1934 



1937 
1940 
1938 



Home Station 



Raleirh 

New Bern 

Louisburg 

Chapel Hill 

New Bern 

Guilford College 

Monroe 

Wake Forest 

Monroe 

Dunn 

Monroe 

Louisburg 

Durham 

Chapel Hill 

Lenoir 

Washington 

Kinston 

Washington 

Youngs ville 

Chapel Hill 

Lenoir 

Rocky Mt. 

Raleigh 

Smithfield 

Goldsboro 

Charlotte 

Greenville 

New Bern 

Sanford 

Louisburg 

Washington 

Kinston 

New Bern 

Greenville 

Washington 

Lenoir 

Monroe 

Smithfield 

Louisburg 

Louisburg 

Sanford 

Washington 

Kinston 

Louisburg 

Smithfield 

Sanford 

Monroe 

Washington 

Monroe 

Kinston 

Kinston 

New Bern 

Lenoir 

Dunn 

Sanford . 

Dunn 

Monroe 



248 



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OFFICER PERSONNEL— 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Home Station 



Timberlake, Richard E., Jr. 

Waldrop, Joseph E 

Weatherly, Abbott C 

Wright, Dan 

Coble, Albert H 



2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
2nd Lt. 
W. 0... 



0351990 
0363927 



Jan. 
Jan. 



0396967 
2000413 



29, 1937 
31, 1938 
May 25, 1940 
June 10, 1940 
Jan. 10, 1938 



Youngsville 
Greenville 
New Bern 
Greenville 
Kinston 



HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY-DUNN, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Best, Lee J 

Sills, William H 

Enlisted Men: 

Parker, Fred N 

Bethea, Edward A 

Draughon, John G 

Jernigan, William E 

Sills, Palmer McK 

Jones, Harold L. 

Barbour, Basil E 

Barrow, Claude A 

Elmore, William M 

Hodges, Woodrow A 

Lucas, Astor C, Jr 

Parker, Duncan C, Jr 

Blake, Cortez 

Davis, Stuart M 

Brock, Marion H 

Fetner, William A 

, Lucas, Willie W 

McLamb, William A 

Surles, James H 

Tew, Howard M 

Tew, William H 

Turnage, Charles 

Bagley, Horace O 

Barbour, Joseph E 

Barbour, William W 

Blackmon, Junius 

Brewer, William E 

Byrd, Robert W 

Coleman, Halford H 

Core, James V 

Ennis, Gilmer B 

Glasby, Thomas H 

Guiton, Floyd L 

Hines, Robert A 

Ingraham, Theodore N., Jr. 

Jackson, Cornis O 

Johnson, Oscar L 

Johnson, Thomas A .. 



Captain. 
2ndLt._ 

1st Sgt, . 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id- 
Private-. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private .. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20454519 
20464520 
20464521 
20464522 
20464523 
20464524 
20464526 
20464527 
20464528 
20464529 
20464530 
20464531 
20464532 
20464534 
20464533 
20464535 
20464536 
20464537 
20464538 
20464539 
20464540 
20464641 
20464542 
20464543 
20464544 
20464545 
20464546 
20406347 
20464547 
2046454S 
20464551 
6370789 
20464550 
20464552 
20464553 
20464554 
20464555 
20464556 



Jan. 
July 



5, 1933 

21, 1940 



Sept. 4 
July 10 
Aug 
Feb. 

July 20 
Sept. 27 
Dec. 21 
Jan. 24 
March 16 
Jan. 24 
Jan. 
April 
Oct. 



Aug. 

Sept. 13 

July 27, 

Dec. 26, 

May 18 
Sept. 

May 16 
May 

Sept. 13 

Oct. 16 

Aug. 15 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 1 

Dec. 14 

Sept. 9. 

Sept. 14 

June 7 

Sept. 14. 

Sept. 14 

Nov. 3 

Sept. 5 

Dec. 28 

Sept. 9. 

Sept. 24. 

Sept. 14 



, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1937 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1937 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 



Sept. 23, 1940 



Sept. 23, 1940 



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249 



HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Lee, Corbitt 

Lee, James L ., Jr 

Lucas, Leonard H 

McLean, John R 

McLemore, Elmond W 

Merritt, Robert B 

Moore, Woodrow 

Naylor, Thomas E 

Norris, Eldridge M 

Norris, Mann N., Jr 

Norris, William R., Jr.. 

Parker, Crayton A 

Parker, Morris A 

Pope, Robert W 

Ray, Charlie C 

Raynor, James F 

Royal, WMieE.. ...... 

Sewell, Robert C 

Snead, Eugene T. 

Strickland, David E.__. 

Strickland, Leslie J 

Stewart, Jesse P 

Wade, Edward H 

Warren, John R 

Whitman, Lewis E 

Wilbourne, John E 

Wilson, Marvin G 

Woodruff, James E 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20464557 
20464558 
20464559 
20464560 
20464561 
20464562 
20464563 
20408346 
20464564 
20464565 
20464566 
20464567 
20464568 
20464569 
20464570 
20464571 
20464572 
20464573 
20464574 
20464575 
20464576 
20464577 
20464578 
20408345 
20464579 
20408342 
20408343 
20408344 



Dec. 12, 

Dec. 4 

June 3 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 10, 

Aug. 3 

Sept. 14 

Jan. 12. 

Sept. 13 

Aug. 13 

March 12 
Sept. 
June 

Sept. 14 

Oct. 23 

Sept. 14 

April 27 
July 

May 21 

Oct. 28 

June 3 

June 4 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 30, 

Sept. 14 

Dec. 28, 

Sept. 14 



, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1939 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
,1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 



23, 1940 
23, 1940 



SERVICE BATTERY, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY— KINSTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Lewis, Meriwether 

Marston, Edgar B., Jr, 

Parrott, Marion A 

Pollock, Robert F. H.. 
Bizzell, Hyman M 

Enlisted Men: 

Allen, Rufus J 

Howard, James K 

Crary, Ernest F 

Langston, Guy C 

Taylor, Elwood 

Perry, William H 

Aycock, Edward G 

Bell, George T 

Casey, Oscar D 

Dawson, Joshua 

Gates, Horace 



Captain. 
1st Lt... 
2nd Lt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2nd Lt.. 

Mr. Sgt.. 
Mr. Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt, 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt. 
Sergeant 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 



20464580 
20464581 
20464582 
20464583 
20464584 
20464585 
20464586 
204645S7 
20464588 
20464589 
20464590 



July 30, 1928 

Feb. 3, 1929 

Sept. 13, 1940 

May 29, 1939 

Jan. 21, 1940 



Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
June 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



4, 1938 
4, 1938 
1, 1938 
6, 1938 
1, 1940 

15, 1940 
1, 1938 

15, 1940 
3, 1939 

26, 1939 

26, 1939 



Sept. 19, 1940 



250 



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SERVICE BATTERY, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Hughes, James Y 

Ipock, Clarence G 

Kern, Buren A. 

Laws, Robert L 

Lowery, Woodrow W.- 
Sanderson, William I.- 
Baker, William K. 

Barney, Charles A. 

Broadway, Clyde T... 

Byrd, William A 

Clements, William S._ . 

Dawson, Paul H 

Gay, Leslie M 

Gray, Durwood 

Haskins, Alton G 

Hamilton, Elbridge G. 
Hardison, Vernon P.. . 

Hill, ErvinL _._ 

Hill, John E._._ 

Johnson, Guy M 

Johnson, Lawrence R.. 
Meadows, Raeford J.- 
Smith, Clifton B 

Sykes, Thomas W 

Taylor, Roger L 

Tilghman, John F 

Tyndall, Vance L. 

Whaley, Horace L 

Williams, Benjamin E. 
Wood, Walter, F 



Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 



20464591 
20464592 
20464593 
20464594 
20464595 
20464620 
20464596 
20464597 
20464598 
20464599 
20464600 
20464601 
20464602 
20464603 
20464606 
20464604 
20464605 
20464607 
20464608 
20464609 
20464610 
20464611 
20464612 
20464613 
20464614 
20464515 
20464616 
20464617 
20464618 
20464619 



April 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
May 
June 
May 
June 
Feb. 
April 
May 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
June 
April 
Jan. 
Nov. 
May 
June 
June 
April 
June 
June 
May 
June 
June 



, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1937 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



BAND, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY-KINSTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officebs: 
Marston, Edgar B., Jr.. 
Coble, Albert H._ 

Enlisted Me N.- 
Parmer, William C 

Peters, Edward 

Parker, Edward A 

Gams, William V 

Lester, Gerald T._ 

LaHue, Maurice 

McDevett, Charles W.. 

Perry, Hubert E 

Connor, Arnold 

Mathis, LeoT 

Petteway, Hampton W. 

Smith, Sidbury 

Schulken, Arthur 

Happer, Charles H 



IstLt.... 
W. O 

Tech. Sgt, 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 



2000413 



20464624 
20464625 
20464626 
20464630 
20464631 
20464632 
20464633 
20464634 
20464638 
20464639 
20464640 
20464641 
20464642 
20464643 



Feb. 
Jan. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Feb. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 
July 
April 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



3, 1929 
10, 1938 



15, 1940 
15, 1940 

15, 1940 

16, 1940 

2, 1940 
20, 1940 
15, 1940 

15, 1940 

3, 1940 
2, 1940 

16, 1940 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT DETACHMENT, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY— WAKE FOREST, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Wilkinson, Charles T... 
Jennette, Alexander T.- 
Powell, Eppie C -. 

Patterson, Fred G 

Harris, Isaac E. 

Enlisted Men: 
Winders, Gilbert L., Jr. 

Daniel, Alfred W 

Daniels, Justice G 

Jackson, Darwin T 

Joyner, John M 

Curtis, Stuart A.. 

Hagwood, Rufus P 

Liles, William B 

Jones, Milton E 

Pool, Elbert C... 

Wilson, Lonnie T. 

Woodard, William C... 

Alford, Wesley H 

Baum, Leland B 

Bunn, Clarence H 

Burgess, Homer E 

Davis, Joseph B., Jr 

Davis, William C 

Duke, Claborn J 

Duke, Jesse C 

Dixon, Milton R._ 

Gilland, Thomas R 

Hagwood, John W 

Hall, HalF 

Hall, Willie P 

Hardwicke, John H., Jr 

Johnson, Charles C 

Medlin, Edwin 

Medlin, Linwood H 

McDuffie, Carl D 

Pearce, James H., Jr. . . 

Perry, Floyd N 

Potts, Rufus F 

Powell, William R., Jr.. 

Ray, Sidney G., Jr 

Shearin, Alford M 

Upchurch, WiUardT... 

Wainright, William 

Williams, Fred J., Jr... 

Williams, Joe J 

Walters, William T 

Webbie, Sam M 



Major__. 
Captain _ 
Captain _ 
Captain. 
Captain. 

Staff Sgt 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private.. 
Private. 



20408365 
20408366 
20408367 
20408368 
20408369 
20408370 
20408371 
20408372 
20408373 
20408374 
20408375 
20408376 
20408377 
20408378 
20408379 
20408380 
20408381 
20408382 
20408383 
20408384 
2040S385 
20408386 
20408387 
20408388 
20408389 
20408390 
20408391 
20408392 
20408393 
20408394 
20408395 
20408396 
20408397 
20408398 
20408399 
20408400 
20408401 
20408402 
20408403 
20408404 
20408405 
20408406 



Aug. 9, 1940 

July 26, 1940 

Dec. 13, 1939 

Sept. 11, 1940 

Sept. 11, 1940 



Sept. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

March 

Feb. 

Feb. 

May 

Jan. 

April 

May 

Oct. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

June 

May 

July 

June 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Aug. 



, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
:, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
!, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 



Oct. 31, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Nov. 26, 1940 



252 



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1ST BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 


Rank 


Date of 
Commission 


Residence 


Griffin, Edward F. 




April 7, 1939 
Sept. 3, 1940 
Oct. 10, 1940 
June 29, 1936 












Captain 

1st Lt. .- 















HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 1ST BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY- YOUNGSVILLE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Mitchell, Bland G 

Wheless, James A 

Timberlake, Richard E., Jr. 

Enlisted Men: 

Cheatham, Winston T 

Young, Melvin J 

Hicks, William M 

Hobgood, Samuel L 

Holden, Fred C 

Catlett, Linwood L 

Cheatham, Robert E 

Franklin, Bennie B 

Hill, Davis F 

Hudson, Clyde F 

Winston, Jones H 

Cyrus, Charles H 

Hammond, Richard I 

McAllister, George B 

Eddings, Forest 

Hagwood, Luther V 

Hendricks, Julius P 

Hendricks, Mack P 

Houff, Theodore M 

Loyd, Woodrow 

Pace, Howard F 

Preddy, Jesse E 

Preddy, Willard R 

Young, Tommie H 

Bailey, James 

Cooper, Robert M. _ _ 

Davis, Vernon H 

Ford, George W 

Frazier, Herbert T 

Hayes, Harvey L 

Hedrick, Frank T 

Hendricks, Clarence E 

Hendricks, William H 

Hill.BlandJ 

Hill, Henry 0., Jr 

Holmes, Calvin M ... 

Jones, Stanley W 

Lester, Melvin 

Lindsay, Talmage E 



Captain._ 
1st Lt.... 
2ndLt... 

Tech. Sgt. 
Tech. Sgt. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant.. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. . 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant _ 
Corporal . 
Corporal . 
Corporal . 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt, lcL. 
Pvt. lcl__ 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Pvt. lcL. 
Private... 
Private. _. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 



20408423 
20408424 
20408425 



20408426 
20408427 
20408428 
6387487 
20408429 
20408430 
20408431 
20408432 
20408433 
20408434 
20408435 
20408436 
20408437 
20408438 
20408439 
20408440 
20408441 
20408442 
20408443 
20408444 
20408445 
20408446 
20408447 
20408448 
20408449 
20408450 
20408451 
20408452 
20408453 
20408454 
2040S455 
20408456 
20408457 
20408458 
20408459 



May 20, 1929 
July 31, 1940 
Jan. 29, 1937 



Aug. 4 

April 29 

Aug. 15 

March 31 

April 2 

Sept. 21 

Feb. 1 

Nov. 4 

Sept. 11 

Jan. 20 

Sept. 11 

Sept. 29 

June 21 

Sept. 8 

Sept, 11 

Aug. 18 

April 18 

July 22 



May- 
Jan. 
July 



Dec. 16 

July 12 

Sept. 11 

June 28 

July 19 

July 15 

July 15 

Sept. 11 

Sept. 6 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 6 

July 6 

Sept. 29 



Nov. 29 

July 12 

Jan. 23 

Sept. 4 



1940 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 

1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 



23, 1940 
19, 1940 



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253 



HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 1ST BATTALION. 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Medlin, Hilery T 

Moore, C. A 

Moore, Howard N 

Pearce, Elbert C 

Pearce, John W., Jr 

Pearce, William R 

Pergerson, Milton F 

Perry, Davis L 

Perry, Edward L 

Preddy, Frederick 0. . . 

Rogers, JohnW 

Rogers, Joseph R 

Satterwhite, Claude T. 
Speed, Norwood T., Jr 

Tart, William F 

Tingen, Francis H 



Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20408460 
20408461 
20408462 
20408463 
20408464 
20408465 
20408466 
20408467 
20408468 
20408469 
20408470 
20408471 
20408472 
20408473 
20408474 
20408475 



Sept. 
Aug. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
Sept. 
June 
May 
Aug. 
Sept. 
June 
July 
July 
July 
Oct. 



6, 1940 
19, 1939 
16, 1939 

5, 1940 
12, 1940 
15, 1940 

5, 1940 
12, 1940 

7, 1940 

11, 1939 

6, 1940 
21, 1940 
26, 1940 
15, 1940 

12, 1940 
24, 1939 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



BATTERY A, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY-GREENVILLE, N. C. 



Officers: 

Wicker, Worth 

Moye, James H 

Waldrop, Joseph E 

Wright, Dan 

Enlisted Men: 

Davenport, James F., Jr 

Hinson, Marvin G 

Beach, Martin D. _ 

Elks, Earnest L 

Jefferson, Robert D 

Mobley, James R 

Musselwhite, Charles A.. 

Parker, Richard E 

Vincent, John W 

Smith, Leslie D 

Bundy, Herbert P 

Clark, Gordon L 

Cox, Elmer M 

Rogers, Herbert R., Jr.. 

Tyndal, James B 

Vincent, Gurvass M 

Brewer, Henry P _ 

Bright, Alvion M 

Butts, John A 

Campbell, Thomas G.._ 

Cox, Alton C 

Dennis, Roscoe W 

Ennis, William E 

Gregory, William A 



Rank or 
Grade 



Captain. 
lstLt... 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 

1st Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt, Id. 
Pvt. Id. 



Serial No. 



20408520 
20408521 
20408522 
6814199 
20408524 
2040S525 
20408526 
20408527 
2040892S 
20408529 
20408530 
20408531 
20408532 
20408533 
20408534 
20408535 
20408536 
20408537 
20408538 
20408539 
20408540 
20408541 
20408542 
20408543 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



June 7, 1935 

April 28, 1940 

Jan. 31, 1938 

June 10, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
June 
Feb. 
Oct. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
May 
May 
July 
Sept. 



2, 1940 
9, 1940 

13, 1940 
15, 1940 
13, 1940 

13, 1940 
9, 1940 

12, 1940 
9, 1940 

3, 1940 

1, 1939 

14, 1939 

2, 1940 
9, 1940 
7, 1938 

1, 1938 

2, 1938 

15, 1939 
9, 1940 
1, 1939 

3, 1938 
3, 1939 

16, 1940 
5, 1940 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 24, 1940 



Oct. 



254 



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BATTERY A, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Enlisted Men: 

Hardee, Blanco 

Holloman, Robert L._ 

Ipock, Thomas L 

Jones, Harry L 

Jones, Quintin P 

Joyner, Jasper A 

McGowan, George G. 

Peaden, Guy V 

Rollins, Harold 

Simpson, Howard P.. . 

Stocks, Graham L 

Avery, Eldredge 

Barnhill, James D 

Barnhill, Arthur R._.. 

Bell, Earl, Jr ._. 

Bell, Lloyd P 

Butler, Ellis J 

Braxton, Kenneth J._. 

Briley, Gerald B 

Brooks, Glenn W. 

Bowling, Mack J 

^Bowers, Benjamin F._ 

Cahoon, Lonnie R 

Cayton, Duemay F._ . 

Caton, Joe M 

Carson, Robert T 

Cozart, Victor E 

Crandell, Johnie R 

Craft, Alfred W 

Craft, Richard L 

Dixon, Francis A 

Elks, Dewey L 

Evans, Marshall L 

Evans, Theron R 

Everett, Linwood E.__ 
Flye, William P., Jr... 

Hardee, Bruce P 

Hardee, Hicks S 

Harris, Johnny W 

Harris, Johnnie M 

Harris, Lelton E 

Harrington, John H... 
Heath, Woodrow W... 

Hill, Jesse E._ 

Holland, Job 

Hodges, James W 

Hudson, Amos E 

Jackson, Virgil A 

Joyner, Joseph E 

Eight, Jasper E 

Landen, Dewitt C 

McLawhorn, Elton C. 

Mills, Louis C 

Moore, Elton M 

Moore, Leafort W. 



Rank or 
Grade 



Morris, Sylvester Private 



Pvt. Id. 

Pvt. lcl_ 

Pvt. lcl. 

Pvt. lcL 

Pvt. Id. 

Pvt. Id. 

Pvt. lcl_ 

Pvt. Id. 

Pvt. lcl_ 

Pvt. Id. 

Pvt. Id. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private. _ 

Private.. 

Private. _ 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private .. 

Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



20408544 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408545 


Feb. 


1, 1939 


20408546 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408547 


May 


10, 1939 


20408548 


May 


13, 1940 


20408549 


May 


2, 1939 


20408550 


Feb. 


9, 1938 


20408551 


May 


20, 1940 


20408552 


Aug. 


5, 1940 


20408553 


Oct. 


14, 1939 


20408554 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408555 


Feb. 


5, 1940 


20408556 


May 


13, 1940 


20408557 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


20408558 


Sept. 


25, 1939 


20408559 


Oct. 


3, 1939 


20408560 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20408561 


Jan. 


4, 1939 


20408562 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20408563 


June 


17, 1940 


20408564 


Sept. 


4, 1940 


20408565 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408566 


July 


15, 1940 


6968944 


June 


7, 1940 


20408568 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408569 


Nov. 


9, 1939 


20408570 


Oct. 


2, 1939 


20408571 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20408572 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20408573 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20408574 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20408575 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408576 


Dec. 


11, 1939 


20408577 


June 


10, 1940 


20408578 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20408579 


June 


10, 1940 


20408580 


Jan. 


18, 1940 


20408581 


March 


4, 1940 


20408582 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20408583 


June 


20, 1940 


20408584 


July 


8, 1940 


20408585 


Sept. 


12, 1940 


20408586 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408587 


Oct. 


14, 1939 


20408588 


Aug. 


2, 1940 


20408589 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20408590 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20408591 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408592 


Feb. 


15, 1939 


20408593 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408594 


Sept. 


25, 1939 


20408595 


Jan. 


15, 1940 


20408596 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20408597 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408598 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20408599 


Sept. 


11, 1940 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 24, 1940 



Sept. 24, 1940 



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255 



BATTERY A, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Moye, Magon J., Jr.. 

May, Johnnie H 

Nobles, Stevens H._ _ 

Nelson, Ira E 

Nunn, Tommy L 

Paramore, Albert G.. 
Paramore, Alfred L._ 

Parker, David G 

Peaden, Willie J 

Pierce, Sammy A 

Phillips, Frank, Jr... 
Riddle, Marvin E.... 

Ross, James L 

Spain, Ernest S., Jr.. 
Simpkins, Edw^W L. 
StanciU, LelandT.... 

Sumrell, Hugh A 

Teel, Luther 

Tripp, Joseph R 

Tripp, Wilbur K 

Vincent, William E._ 
Wainright, Ronald... 

Warren, Joe E 

Warren, Robert J 

Whitaker, PaulE... 
Williams, Herbert C. 
Wooten, William C. 
Worthington, Ray E, 



Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20408638 
20408600 
20408601 
20408602 
20408603 
20408604 
20408605 
20408606 
20408607 
20408608 
20408609 
20408610 
20408611 
20408612 
20408613 
2040S614 
20408615 
20408616 
20408617 
20408618 
20408619 
20408620 
20408621 
20408622 
20408623 
20408624 
20408625 
20408626 



Sept. 11, 

Sept. 9, 

Feb. 5, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 9, 

March 1, 

Sept. 11, 

July 16, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 18, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 11, 



Sept. 9, 

July 13, 

Jan. 18, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 11, 

July 3, 

March 4, 

Sept. 11, 

Sept. 13, 

July 15, 

Sept. 14, 



1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 



Sept. 24, 1940 



Sept. 24, 1940 



Sept. 24, 1940 



Sept. 24, 1940 



BATTERY B, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY— LOUISBURG, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Green, Charles P 

Wheless, Frank W., Jr, 
Bullock, Elmore C 

Enlisted Men: 

Holmes, Sidney F 

Alston, Robert W 

Pace, Jonadus S 

Dedman, Walter T.... 

Gupton, Ronda C 

Allen, James W 

Strickland, John R 

Holmes, Melvin C 

Spencer, William H. . . 

Mathews, Roger R 

Cyrus, Maultis M 

Peoples, Avery G. 

Stallings, William H... 



Captain- 
IstLt... 
2nd Lt.. 

1st Sgt. 
Staff Sgt, 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 



20408660 
20408661 
20408662 
20408663 
20408664 
20408665 
20408666 
20408667 
20408668 
20408669 
20408670 
2040S671 
20408672 



April 7, 1939 
Feb. 25, 1938 
May 10, 1937 



Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

April 

June 

May 

June 

Feb. 

Feb. 

March 

Jan. 



13, 1940 
3, 1939 
13, 1939 
17, 1938 
13, 1940 

11, 1939 

12, 1940 
6, 1940 
1, 1938 

26, 1939 
5, 1939 

12, 1939 

13, 1938 



256 



Report of The Adjutant General 

BATTERY B, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Enlisted Men: 

Perry, Willard S 

Barden, Woodrow W._ _ 

Sledge, John 0., Jr 

Clark, Allen B 

Spivey, David W 

Perry, Darrell L 

Ellington, William M._. 
Ellington, Robert N.... 

Edwards, T. W., Jr 

Gilliam, Leonard, Jr 

Howard, Douglas W 

Holmes, Graham R 

Leonard, Josephus, Jr.. 

Mitchiner, John D 

Moon, Charlie W 

Murray, Edgar N 

Pearce, Leslie L 

Phelps, John E 

Seymour, Douglas D 

Sturdivant, Walter M._. 

Weaver, Ernest H 

Williams, Harold G 

Ayscue, John R 

Collins, Claude C, Jr... 

Cyrus, Louis G 

Hunt, Claude E 

Mullen, Henry D._ 

West, Joseph 

Bracknal, Walter E., Jr.. 

Arnold, James E 

Batchelor, Richard 

Batchelor, Jess W 

Bell, Davis V.__. _. 

Burnette, Ben K... 

Burnette, Carlton G 

Best, ErvinT 

Collins, Jake 

Collier, James B 

Davis, John A 

Hale, Emmett H 

Ingram, Nelson P., Jr.. . 

King, James W 

Laughter, William C 

Balbus, Lewis F 

Moore, Marion B 

Murphy, John W 

Nelms, John E., Jr 

Parrish, Quince L 

Paschall, Rudolph A 

Rice, Spencer D 

Smith, Willis H 

Stallings, Thurman W.. . 

Shearin, James H 

Vaughan, Troy W 

Wells, Martin S 



Rank or 
Grade 



Williams, June E Private 



Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl_. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl. . 
Pvt. lcl... 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl_. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt, lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 



Serial No. 



20408673 

20408674 

20408675 

20408676 

20408677 

20408733 

20408678 

20408679 

20408680 

2040S681 

20408682 

20408683 

20408684 

20408685 

20408686 

20408687 

20408688 

204086S9 

20408690 

20408691 

20408692 

20408693 

20408694 

20408702 

20408704 

20408708 

20408713 

20408725 

20408730 

20408695 

20408696 

20408697 

20408698 

20408699 

20408700 

20408701 

20408703 

20408705 

20408706 

20408707 

20408709 

20408710 

20408711 

20408712 

20408714 

20408715 

2040S716 

20408717 

20408718 

20408719 

20408720 

20408721 

20408722 

20408723 

20408724 

20408726 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



May 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

June 

May 

May 

Oct. 

Aug. 

June 

June 

Sept. 

April 

March 

Aug. 

March 

March 

June 

May 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

May 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

July 

June 

June 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

July 

April 

Sept. 

July 

Jan. 

June 

July 

Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
June 
Jan. 
Sept. 
April 
Feb. 
Sept, 
April 
Jan. 
April 



16, 1940 

8, 1938 

15, 1939 

28, 1940 

7, 1939 

7, 1940 

1, 1938 

1, 1938 

19, 1938 

13, 1940 

15, 1939 

21, 1939 
24, 1939 
13, 1940 

13, 1938 

7, 1938 

16, 1939 
10, 1939 

3, 1938 
16, 1939 

1, 1938 

22, 1940 

8, 1940 
26, 1939 

14, 1939 

9, 1940 
26, 1939 
13, 1940 

7, 1940 

8, 1940 
6, 1940 

13, 1940 
18, 1939 

23, 1939 

9, 1939 
22, 1940 
18, 1940 
18, 1940 
30, 1939 
25, 1940 

4, 1940 
13, 1940 
18, 1940 

18, 1939 
11, 1939 
8, 1940 

13, 1940 
29, 1940 

14, 1939 
11, 1940 

15, 1940 
27, 1939 

4, 1940 
22, 1940 
11, 1940 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 23, 1940 



Sept. 23, 1940 



Sept. 
Sept. 



23, 1940 
23, 1940 



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257 



BATTERY B, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 


Private 

Private 


20408727 
20408728 
20408729 
20408731 
20408732 
20408734 
20408735 
20408736 
20408737 
20408738 
20408744 


Aug. 3, 1940 
Aug. 3, 1940 
Feb. 8, 1940 
Sept. 7, 1940 

Sept. 13, 1940 
Sept. 7, 1940 
Sept. 13, 1940 
Sept. 13, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 








Radford, Carv D. 






Griffin, William L. _. 
























Wilder, Willard A. 






Pearce, Phillip D. 
















Sept. 23, 1940 









2ND BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank 



Date of 

Commission 



Residence 



Mullineaux, Joseph B 
Linker, Joe B 

Royall, William A.... 
Matthews, Thomas G 



Major.. 
Major.. 
Captain 
IstLt.. 



Oct. 24, 1939 

July 28, 1940 

Feb. 17, 1928 

Oct. 27, 1934 



New Bern 
Chapel Hill 
Goldsboro 
New Bern 



HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 2ND BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY— SMITHFIELD, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Royall, Luby F 

Watson, Lemuel E., Jr 
Grantham, Norman B. 

Enlisted Men: 
Culbreth, Walter M... 
Woodell, Thurman D.. 
Hunsueker, Martin R.. 
Register, Charles B... 

Yeow, Bill 

Allen, ThelE 

Creech, Levey P 

Powell, BenC 

Royall, Walter E. P... 

Creech, James L 

Rose, James K 

Tyner, George H 

Abdalla, Joseph, Jr 

Allen, RalphS 

Baker, Forest G 

Baker, James E __ 

Creech, Ersalean W.._ 
Crumpler, Henry B._ _ 



Captain.. 
lstLt.... 
2nd Lt... 

1st Sgt. .. 
Tech. Sgt 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 



6317681 
20408886 
20408887 



20408889 
20408890 
20408891 
20408892 
20408893 
20408894 
20408895 
20408896 
20408897 



20408899 
2040S900 
20408901 
20408902 



Feb. 8, 1932 
July 2, 1937 
July 8, 1932 



Sept. 

Dec. 

March 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

June 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Feb. 



12, 1940 

1, 1939 
15, 1940 

5, 1938 
12, 1940 
12, 1940 
12, 1940 

10, 1939 

4, 1939 
22, 1938 
12, 1939 
26, 1940 

5, 1939 
25, 1939 

11, 1939 

2, 1939 
28, 1938 
20. 1939 



258 Report of The Adjutant General 

HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 2ND BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Enlisted Men: 
Edwards, Clarence M.- 
Lee, Ayden R 

Royall, James R 

Smith, Henry B 

Stafford, John L 

Stevens, Gordon A 

Adams, Thurman 

Baker, Ned P 

Barefoot, James W 

Barefoot, Wiley 

Britt, Wilmot N 

Bryant, Oscar W 

Burgess, Walter R 

Capps, Kenneth D 

Coats, Albert T _. 

Coats, Charles E 

Coats, Roy C 

Creech, James S 

Creech, Herman W 

Daughtry, Melton W.. . 
Daughtry, Russell 0.. . 

Davis, Arthur A 

Edgerton, Carl J 

Edwards, Dalton W 

Evans, Milton C 

Godwin, Raymond E._. 

Greene, Clarence B 

Hayes, Theodore 

Hill, John F 

Hinton, Bradley R 

Hodges, Frank 

Holt, Robert D 

Jordan, William J 

Lee, Joseph E 

Lynch, Bernice 

Massengill, William L._ 

Matthews, Ben J 

Murphy, Lemuel 

McLamb, Roland 

Merritt, Marion 

Narron, Elbridge C, Jr. 
Parrish, Benjamin L._ . 

Peedin, William G 

Peele, Huberts 

Pittman, Thomas W._ _ 

Pleasants, Alton B 

Pounds, Worth M 

Powell, Lynwood I 

Register, Joe U 

Rollins, Edward 

Rose, Joseph B 

Simpson, David R 

Stanley, Haywood 

Strickland, Percy 

Sugg, Burton G 

Talton, Eugene C 



Rank or 
Grade 



Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 

Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



Serial No. 



20408903 
20408904 
20408905 
2040890G 
20408907 
20408908 
20408909 
20408910 
20408911 
20408912 
20408913 
20408914 
20408915 
20408916 
2040891" 
2040S918 
20408919 
20408920 
20408921 
20408922 
20408923 
20408924 
20408925 
20408926 
20408927 
20408928 
20408929 
29408930 
20408931 
20408932 
20408933 
20408934 
20408935 
20408936 
20408937 
20408938 
20408939 
20408940 
20408941 
20408942 
20408943 
20408944 
2040S945 
20408946 
20408947 
20408948 
20408949 
20408950 
20408951 
20408952 
20408953 
20408954 
6968774 
20408955 
20408956 
20408957 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Nov. 


16, 


Sept. 


12, 


July 


12, 


Sept. 


12, 


Nov. 


5, 


Dec. 


12, 


Sept. 


13, 


Setp. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


July 


13, 


May 


18, 


Jan. 


15, 


Sept. 


12, 


Sept. 


11, 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


Dec. 


18, 


Sept. 


13, 


July- 


8, 


Sept. 


13, 


July 


15, 


July 


15, 


May 


27, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


July 


15, 


July 


8, 


July 


15, 


July 


9, 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


July 


6, 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


May 


6, 


Sept. 


13, 


May 


27, 


Sept. 


13, 


Jan. 


8, 


Sept. 


10, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


12, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 


May 


6, 


Sept. 


13, 


Feb. 


12, 


Sept. 


13, 


Sept. 


13, 



, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1937 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 22, 1940 



Sept. 22, 1940 



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HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 2ND BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



259 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Thompson, James P... 
Thompson, Rexford L 

Ty ner, Alkie A 

West, Arthur E 

Wiggs, George N 

Wilkins, James A 

Williamson, Harry F._ 

Wood, John T... 

Woodard, Mark 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20408958 
20408959 
20408960 
20408961 
20408962 
20408963 
20408964 
20408965 
2040S966 



July 
Dee. 
Sept. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Dec. 



1, 1940 

7, 1939 
10, 1940 

,3, 1940 
13, 1940 
13, 1940 

1, 1940 
13, 1940 

4, 1939 



BATTERY C, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY-WASHINGTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Meredith, Ernest P., Jr. 
Rodman, Wiley C, Jr._ 

Lewis, John T 

Barbour, James R., Jr.. 

Enlisted Men: 

Miller, William G 

Williams, Fred M 

Jones, Eben 

Jones, Richard H 

Kornegay, Joseph T 

McCullom, Charles L._ . 

Paul, Phillip L 

Stalls, Joseph E 

Blow, Stuart 

Branton, Charles F 

Davenport, Julian M 

Hill, Arthur L 

Thompson, William A.. . 

Alligood, Leslie G 

Duke, John 

Jordan, Thomas G 

Latham, Rodney G 

Parker, Charles L._ 

Parkins, Alfred S 

Ratcliff, Wiley G 

Ricks, Claud F 

Sasnette, Charles B 

Singleton, Clyde E 

Singleton, William E 

Alligood, Hilton G 

Burrington, Theron D... 

Beachen, Clyde W 

Berry, John T.... 

Bowen, Hubert E 

Bright, Charlie J 

Brinson, James W 



Captain. 
IstLt... 
2ndLt._ 
2nd Lt.. 

IstSgt.. 
Staff Sgt, 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20409987 
20408998 
20408996 
20409033 
20408988 
20408989 
20408990 
20408901 
20408992 
20408993 
20408994 
20408995 
20408997 
20408999 
20409000 
20409001 
20409002 
20409003 
20409004 
20409005 
20409006 
20409007 
20409008 
20409009 
20409010 
20409011 
20409012 
20409013 
20409014 
20409015 
20409016 



July 2, 1937 

July 2, 1937 

June 30, 1934 

Sept. 13, 1940 



Aug. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

July 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Oot. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

May 

Aug. 

Oct. 

July 

July 

Oct. 

July 

May 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 



4, 1940 
23, 1938 
30, 1939 

22, 1940 
8, 1938 
1, 1939 

29, 1939 

5, 1939 

5, 1939 

30, 1939 
1, 1940 

6, 1937 
5, 1939 

23, 1939 
23, 1939 

30, 1939 
11, 1940 
25, 1940 

4, 1939 

31, 1939 
30, 1939 
23, 1938 
11, 1940 

5, 1939 
11, 1940 
23, 1940 
18, 1939 
18, 1940 

5, 1940 
27, 1939 
18, 1940 



Dec. 6, 1940 



260 



Report of The Adjutant General 



BATTERY C, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Callie, Thomas 

Carawan, Edward J.- 
Cherry, Winfred BL. 
Clark, William F.__. 

Clark, Joseph D 

Cox, James G 

Cox, OttisL 

Dixon, Allen L 

Fowden, Leslie T 

Gerard, William C... 

Greene, Rupert E 

Grist, James R 

Grist, Sammy L 

Hassell, Edward S... 
Hodges, Willie G..._ 

Jarvis, George R 

Jones, James M 

Keech, Russell H 

Kelly, Alfred W 

Kramer, Harry G 

Leggette, McMillard. 

Lilley, William S 

Mallison, Sam M 

Mallory, Lue B 

Moore, Lenward W._ 
Morton, Charles L.__ 
Peebles, Charles R._. 

Phelps, Jessie J 

Roberson, Virgil R.. . 

Sawyer, Grover H 

Sawyer, Lloyd L 

Sawyer, Mack V 

Taylor, Louis L 

Walker, Edward E.._ 

Wall, Leslie E 

Wallace, Lee A 

Weatherly, Claud A... 
Weatherly, Joseph C. 

Wells, William 

Whitley, Heber G 

Williams, Elmer 

Wilkinson, Harold J... 

Wilkinson, Jack F 

Woolard, Arvie D 

Woolard, Edward A... 
Woolard, William H. 
Wright, David E 



Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private. 

Private 

Private..- 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Private 



20409017 


April 


4, 1940 


20409063 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20409018 


July 


21, 1940 


20409019 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


20409020 


Sept. 


30, 1939 


20409021 


July 


15, 1940 


20409022 


July 


5, 1940 


20409023 


Dec. 


28, 1939 


20409024 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


20409025 


July 


11, 1940 


20409026 


Oct. 


3, 1939 


20409027 


June 


13, 1940 


20409028 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20409029 


Feb. 


16, 1939 


20409030 


July 


1, 1940 


20409031 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20409032 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


20409034 


Jan. 


12, 1940 


20409035 


July- 


11, 1940 


20409036 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


20409037 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


20409038 


July 


25, 1940 


20409039 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


20409040 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


20409041 


July 


11, 1940 


20409042 


July 


17, 1940 


20409043 


July 


11, 1940 


20409044 


June 


1, 1940 


20409045 


July 


17, 1940 


20409046 


Feb. 


16, 1940 


20409047 


Oct. 


12, 1939 


2040904S 


Jan. 


12, 1940 


20409049 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20409052 


March 24, 1938 


20409050 


Aug. 


1, 1940 


20409051 


May 


22, 1940 


20409064 


Aug. 


17, 1939 


20409062 


Jan. 


19, 1939 


20409053 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20409054 


Aug. 


4, 1940 


20409055 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


20409056 


June 


13, 1940 


20409057 


July 


11, 1940 


20409058 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20409059 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20409060 


Sept. 


5, 1940 


20409061 


Sept. 


26, 1939 



Sept. 
Sept. 



17, 1940 
17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



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261 



BATTERY D, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY- NEW BERN, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Willis, Weston H 

Guthrie, Kermit L 

Rhodes, Rudolph 

Weatherly, Abbott C. 



Enlisted Men: 

Simpson, James B 

Simmonds, Clifford E 

Carpenter, Howard P 

Lomoro, Frank 

Mann, Leon L 

Parker, Edgar L 

Paul, Chester V 

Simons, Earl C._ 

Smith, Marvin 

Weatherly, IrvinG 

Boyette, Clyde C 

Hansen, Edwin R.. 

Himmelman, Edward L... 

Hughes, Preston W 

McSorley, Charles J., III. 

Moore, Samuel S 

Morris, Bruce C 

Parker, Charles N. _ 

Boyette, Clifton F ._ 

Brinkley, Kermit W 

Bryan, Richard J 

Dixon, ErbolJ 

Duval, Nathan R 

Faulkner, Thomas D 

George, John J 

Grimsley, Woodrow W... 

Hargett, Claude E 

Harrison, Cecil W 

Lewis, Earnest T 

Piner, Cecil W 

Piner, Augustine, Jr 

Piner, Nathan L 

Pugh, JohnT 

Sanders, George M., Jr.. . 

Sanders, Thomas J 

Sapp, Channing F., Jr 

Toler, George T 

Whitley, Robert C, Jr.. .. 

Bell, Richard K 

Blaylock, Romulus B 

Brown, William M., Jr.. . 

Cannon, Jasper A._ - 

Cowell, William D 

Crawford, Marion D 

Dill, William L 

Dimsdale, William C 

Dixon, Basel 

Faulkner, Harry L 

French, Isaac S.... 

Garner, Gurnie H._ 



Captain. 
IstLt... 
2ndLt. 
2ndLt.. 

1st Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt, 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. lcL 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 



20409120 
6391976 
20409121 
6641044 
20409122 
20409123 
20409124 
20409125 
20409126 
20409127 
20409128 
20409129 
20409130 
20409131 
20409132 
20409133 
20409134 
20409135 
20409136 
20409137 
20409138 
20409139 
20409140 
20409141 
20409142 
20409143 
20409144 
20409145 
20409146 
20409148 
20409147 
20409149 
20409150 
20409151 
20409152 
20409153 
20409154 
20409196 
20409156 
20409157 
20409158 
20409159 
20409160 
20409161 
20409162 
20409163 
20409164 
20409165 
20409166 
20409167 



Nov. 2, 1939 

April 2, 1940 

Dec. 17, 1927 

May 25, 1940 



Oct. 10 

Feb. 2 

May 14 

Sept. 3 

June 6 

July 2 

May 2 

Aug. 2 

Sept. 22, 

May 2 

Aug. 31 

May 3 

July 23 

Feb. 2 

Sept. 15 

Dec. 4 
Aug. 
July 
Sept. 

June 10 
Sept. 

May 17, 

May 17, 



Oct. 
Oct. 



Sept. 26 : 

Jan. 24 

May 16 

Feb. 22 

May 17, 

Feb. 21 

June 18 

March 14 

Feb. 8 

June 16 

Oct. 3 

Sept. 26 : 

Oct. 3 

July 23 

Sept. 5 

Oct. 18 

June 11 

May 27 

Sept. 4 

Sept. 6 

July 23 

Sept. 12 

Sept. 26 

June 11 



1937 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1938 
1940 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1939 
1938 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1938 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 

1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 



Oct. 9, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. IS, 1940 



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BATTERY D, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Enlisted Men: 

Hadnot, Fred E 

Harper, Larry W 

Lilly, Frank D 

Lilly, George. _ 

Linton, Lawrence A 

Mallard, Ivey E. 

Mills, SamN 

Mitchell, Luther M 

Murphy, Andrew I 

Murphy, Selby 

Oglesby, George W 

Owens, William D 

Parker, Richard L 

Parris, Raymond J., Jr. 

Paul, Ralph H.... 

Poole, William S 

Powles, Herbert P 

Rice, Jason V 

Rice, Marvin 

Roberts, James W. 

Smith, Henry W 

Taylor, Joseph G 

Toler, Duval 

Toler, Hoyt W 

Ward, George C 

Waters, Dallas C._ 

Williams, Chester V 

Willis, George T 

Wood, James L 



Rank or 
Grade 



Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 



Serial No. 



20409168 
20409169 
20409170 
20409171 
20409172 
20409173 
20409174 
20409175 
20409176 
20409177 
20409178 
20409179 
20409 ISO 
20409181 
20409182 
20409183 
20409184 
20409185 
20409186 
20409187 
20409155 
20409188 
20409189 
20409190 
20409191 
20409192 
20409193 
20409194 
20409195 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Jan. 

Dec. 

July 

Aug. 

April 

June 

May 

April 

June 

June 

July 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Aug. 

June 

Sept. 

May 

Oct. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 



4, 1940 

5, 1939 
23, 1940 

2, 1940 

10, 1940 

11, 1940 
27, 1938 

23, 1940 

18, 1940 
11, 1940 

24, 1940 
11, 1940 

19, 1940 

26, 1939 

27, 1940 
11, 1940 

5, 1940 

6, 1940 

3, 1939 
11, 1940 
15, 1940 
26, 1939 
24, 1940 

9, 1940 

2, 1940 
9, 1940 
5, 1940 
5, 1940 

3, 1939 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 





3RD BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 




Name 


Rank 


Date of 
Commission 


Residence 


Vann, John C. M 




July 5, 1935 
July 28, 1940 
Aug. 10, 1940 
Nov. 21, 1935 




Williams, William H.. 






Howard, Samuel B._ 


Captain 

1st Lt 


Morganton 


Tucker, George W 









HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 3RD BATTALION, 


113TH FIELD ARTILLERY— LENOIR, N. C. 


Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 

Discharge 


Officers: 
Porter, Charles W 


Captain 

1st Lt. 




July 3, 1937 
July 21, 1940 
Aug. 12, 1934 




Thompson, Roy E._ 




Robbins, Roger H 


2nd Lt. 











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HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 2RD BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Benfield, Garland A 

Sanford, Paul C 

Chester, Paul E 

Rhodes, Lloyd G 

Robbins, Robert C 

Caudle, Allan D 

Seehorn, Theodore R... 
Swanson, Garland W... 

Tuttle, Robert H 

Price, James A 

Steele, Ed L 

Beach, Bela R 

Beach, James W 

Bradshaw, Earl E 

Craig, ArchieH 

Greer, Milton C 

Parker, John R 

Angley, Glenn G 

Baker, William C 

Beach, Darwin E 

Benfield, Paul E._ 

Bentley, Ralph R 

Blizzard, Morris L 

Bradford, William E... 
Baumgarner, Calvin W 

Burris, Lawrence C 

Camp, Robert J 

Carpenter, Clarence E.. 

Chapman, Roy H 

Chester, Boyce P 

Clark, Clarence K 

Coffey, Jennings 

Craig, Wayne M ._ 

Crouch, Roy C... 

Crouch, Fred W 

Curtis, Robert L 

Curtis, Julius C 

Dula, Henry M 

Faries, Neil 

Frye, Harold D 

Graham, Charles A 

Hagaman, Ronda G 

Hamby, Andrew 

Hice, Claude W 

Hicks, Coy A 

Hickman, Dinny R 

Hoffman, Hollis B 

Holliman, Carl R 

Huss, Burton 

Johnson, Sam 

Lackey, Clyde R 

Lawson, Jacob M 

McCall, Wade 

Metherson, John W 

Paris, Jack W 

Pennell, Clark W 



1st Sgt.. . 
Tech. Sgt 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl_. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id- 
Private—. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 



20409349 
20409350 
20409351 
20409352 
20409353 
20409354 
20409355 
20409356 
20409357 
20409358 
20409359 
20409360 
20409361 
20409362 
20409363 
20409364 
20409365 
20409392 
20409393 
20409366 
20409395 
20409368 
20409367 
20409394 
20409396 
20409397 
20409373 
20409399 
20409371 
20409369 
20409398 
20409370 
20409374 
20409400 
20409372 
20409375 
20409376 
20409401 
20409402 
20409377 
20409403 
20409404 
20409405 
20409406 
20409407 
20409380 
20409379 
20409381 
20409378 
20409408 
20409382 
20409409 
20409411 
20409410 
20409386 
20409385 



July 
Sept. 
July 
May 
July 



Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 15, 

Oct. 23 

Jan. 20 : 

Oct. 10 

March 30 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 2 

July 16 

Sept. 14 

April 14 

Sept. 10 

Sept. 12 

June 25 

Sept. 10 

July 17 

July 16 

Sept. 10 

Sept. 13 

Sept. 10, 

July 12, 

Sept. 10, 

Sept. 27, 

Sept. 30, 

Sept. 14, 

Nov. 7 

July 12 

Sept. 10, 



Feb. 
July 
July 



Sept. 10 



April 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
June 
May- 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
May 



1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 

1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



264 Report of The Adjutant General 

HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 3RD BATTALION, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



.Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Pinson, Elwood S 

Pitts, William U. D.. 
Powell, Stanley S._._ 
Prestwood, Ralph M. 

Riggs, Ned I 

Scroggs, Henry L 

Selzer, Everett E 

Short, Eugene W 

Sprouse, Edwin C 

Story, Bernard B 

Taylor, Charles B.... 

Triplett, Billy B 

Tripplett, Edward B.. 
Underdown, Sidney L 
Walker, NeulandE... 
Welch, Howard W._. 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private, 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private 



20409412 
20409384 
20409383 
20409413 
20409414 
20409388 
20409415 
20409387 
20409416 
20409417 
20409389 
20409418 
20409390 
20409391 
20409419 
20409420 



Sept. 
April 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



9, 1940 

6, 1940 

3, 1939 
10, 1940 
10, 1940 
27, 1940 
10, 1940 

4, 1940 
10, 1940 

10, 1940 

11, 1939 
10, 1940 

12, 1940 
17, 1939 
10, 1940 

7, 1940 



BATTERY E, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY— SANFORD, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Wilkins, Lucien P., Jr. 

Bell, Charlie H 

Seymore, James P 

Gurley, William H._.. 

Enlisted Men: 

Vestal, Marion C 

Hight, Bernice C 

Causey, Julian W 

Condor, Frank M 

Gunter, William F 

McCain, Clawson W._ 

Moffitt, Walter C 

Seymore, William E... 

Clark, Walter L 

Gunter, Linsey P 

McBryde, Gordon L... 

Stevens, Layton M 

Tally, Walter L 

Thomas, Harry D 

Williams, Edwin L 

Bradley, Robert H..__ 

Buchanan, Ray H 

Buchanan, Walter W._ 

Coker, William E 

Cothran, Fletcher P.. _ 

Cockrell, Alton W 

Doss, James L 

Dimmick, Graham B._ 
Edwards, John L 



1st Lt... 
IstLt... 
2ndLt._ 
2ndLt._ 

IstSgt.. 
Staff Sgt 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 



20409446 
20409447 
20409448 
20409449 
20409456 
20409451 
20409452 
20409467 
20409454 
20409457 
20409458 
20409459 
20409460 
20409453 
20409471 
20409472 
20409475 
20409476 
20409481 
20409479 
20409480 
20409484 
20409482 
20409461 



March 7, 1939 
July 28, 1940 
Jan. 29, 1937 
Sept. 15, 1940 



May 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
May 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Jan. 
July 
May 
May 
Feb. 
June 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
Sept. 



10, 1940 
10, 1940 
29, 1940 
23, 1939 

23, 1940 
15, 1940 
18, 1939 

15, 1940 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 

2, 1938 
15, 1940 
31, 1938 

3, 1939 
27, 1940 
27, 1940 
26, 1940 

24, 1940 
26, 1940 
26, 1940 

5, 1939 
15, 1940 



Sept. 28, 1940 



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265 



BATTERY E, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Flow, James E 

Fields, Charles N 

Forbes, Thomas C 

Holt, Walter J 

Gautier, Melvin D 

Joye, Hullon V 

McBryde, Warren D._ 

O'Neil, James T 

Riggsbee, Luther J 

Sloan, John D 

Stancil, James W 

Spivey, Trenton J 

Spi vey, Neal A 

Scoggins, Woodrow W 

Thomas, Hubert L 

Thomas, Lester E 

Thomas, Noah W 

Atkins, Graham V 

Brown, John P 

Brewer, Augus M 

Burkhead, Cooper M._ 

Cameron, A. Lonzo 

Calcutt, Curtis W 

Campbell, Sion H 

Choplin, John T 

Davis, Robert A 

Dawkins, John A 

Dowdy, Graham S 

Gaddy, Frank W 

Gaines, Quinton R 

Gilmore, Hoyle W 

Godwin, James P 

Graham, James W 

Graham, Gurnie L 

Hanner, George K 

Harky, Ray L._ 

Holder, Alex H 

Holder, Nolem M 

Holt, Hillard M 

Hight, Henry A 

Jackson, Leo C 

Maurer, John P 

Medlin, Jerome M 

Merritt, John G 

McBryde, Stanley M._ 

McKay, Daniel E 

McNeill, Quinton L... 

Rosser, Jofin C 

Sessoms, William B._ . 
Simpson, John L. B.._ 

Spivey, Edward R 

Smith, Abyjah A 

Smith, Lynn P 

Sprouse, George E 

Stewart, Roy M 

Taylor, John L 



Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private _ 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private - 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private . 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 



20409462 
20409465 
20409489 
20409494 
20409463 
20409464 
20409498 
20409500 
20409466 
20409468 
20409469 
20409506 
20409470 
20409502 
20409511 
20409512 
20409513 
20409536 
20409473 
20409474 
20409535 
20409529 
20409477 
20409534 
20409478 
20409483 
20409537 
20409485 
20409486 
20409487 
20409488 
20409490 
20409526 
20409538 
20409491 
20409496 
20409533 
20409492 
20409493 
20409495 
20409530 
20409523 
20409532 
20409497 
20409527 
20409499 
20409522 
20409501 
20409503 
20409504 
20409505 
20409507 
20409508 
20409509 
20409521 
20409510 



Oct. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
June 
Sept. 
June 

Aug. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Oct. 



Nov. 

July 

July 
April 
Feb. 
July 

July 

Oct. 
May 



9, 1938 
15, 1940 
2, 1939 

2, 1939 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 
28, 1939 

14, 1940 

15, 1940 

3, 1940 

1, 1940 
17, 1938 

2, 1939 
2, 1939 

23, 1939 
9, 1939 



Feb. 15, 1940 



Feb. 15, 1940 

June 22, 1940 

July 1, 1940 

Feb. 26, 1940 

Aug. 1, 1940 



Oct. 16, 1939 



Oct. 2, 1939 



1, 1939 
12, 1940 

22, 1940 

12, 1940 
26, 1940 
15, 1940 
15, 1940 

23, 1939 

13, 1940 



Sept. 24, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



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BATTERY E, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Todd, Leon T 

Turner, Howard W. 

Wade, Erik E 

Wade, Lex A 

Wells, John C 

Worthy, James A.. . 
Woodell, Joseph L._ 
Woodell, Julius C... 
Wilkie, Woodrow W 
Wicker, Clayton W. 
Wicker, James H... 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 



20409514 
20409515 
20409516 
20409524 
20409517 
20409518 
20409528 
20409531 
20409525 
20409519 
20409520 



May 6, 1940 
April 5, 1939 

July 8, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



BATTERY F, 113TH FIELD ARTILLERY— MONROE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Boger, Daniel J 

Morgan, James P 

Stearns, Junius S., Jr 
Lee, John H 

Enlisted Men: 

Tiddy, Wilson C 

Copeland, James H.. 
Crow, William H..._ 

Glenn, John W 

Mason, Alton 

Cashion, John W 

Garrison, Walter L._ . 
Gordon, Thomas L._ _ 

Plyler, James C 

Rogers, Cyrus M., Jr, 
Elmore, Eugene B... 
Funderburk, Bill N.. 

Furr, Homer E 

Hartis, Murray T 

Home, Elverson C._ . 

Keziah, Allen B 

Keziah, James P 

Lindsey, Irvin L 

Parker, Cornelius W. 

Porterfield, Jack 

Privett, Julian W.__. 
Rogers, Kenneth W._ 
Starnes, John W. H._ 
Starnes, Samuel W._ _ 

Stegall, Paul, Jr 

Alexander, Earl E 

Baucom, Reece H 

Baucom, Roland W. . 
Belk, James B 



Captain. 
2ndLt._ 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt._ 

lstSgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 



20409483 
20409584 
20409585 
20409486 
20409587 
20409588 
20409589 
20409590 
20409591 
20409592 
20409593 
20409594 
20409595 
20409596 
20409597 
20409598 
20409599 
20409600 
20409601 
20409602 
20409603 
20409604 
20409605 
20409606 
20409607 
20409608 
20409609 
20409610 
2040961 1 



Aug. 17, 1935 

Jan. 29, 1937 

July 8, 1938 

June 23, 1940 



June 

Sept. 

July 

Aug. 

July 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

July 

April 

March 

Dec. 

April 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



29, 1939 

7, 1940 
28, 1938 

2, 1940 
12, 1940 

5, 1938 
16, 1938 

S, 1940 
12, 1940 

8, 1937 
1, 1939 

10, 1938 
26, 1938 
26, 1938 
16, 1939 
16, 1939 
16, 1939 
19, 1938 
28, 1938 
19, 1940 

10, 1939 
12, 1938 

11, 1938 

11, 1938 

12, 1940 
14, 1940 
10, 1940 
12, 1940 
12, 1940 



Sept. 22, 1940 



Sept. 22, 1940 



Sept. 23, 1940 



Sept. 22, 1940 



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267 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Beaver, CarL 

Braswell, Asgill B 

Broome, John G 

Browning, Thomas C... 

Cash, Clifton 

Clark, Mack, Jr 

Coan, Thomas L 

Couick, LeRoy 

Courtney, Curtis F 

Copeland, John T 

Cooper, Robert P 

Crowell, William A 

Crump, Clarence C 

Davis, Clifton C 

Eargle, Joe 

Elms, Harry W 

Fairley, Frank W 

Foster, James 

Funderburk, Marvin G. 
Funderburk, John W._ . 

Griffin, William S 

Griffin, Evert G 

Griffin, Claude W 

Griffin, Conroe 

Hargett, Leonard B 

Hart, Sam B 

Hartis, Charles J 

Hatley, James D 

Haigler, Allen P 

Helms, Burl 

Helms, Dalton L 

Helms, Hall 

Helms, Kenneth R 

Helms, Howard W 

Hill, William T 

Hood, William B 

Hunter, John L _ . 

Huntley, Stokes N 

King, Coy L 

Knight, Paul 

Lemmond, James W 

Lemmond, Delbert R... 

Lee, George T 

Lingle, Arnold H 

Littls, Odell H 

Long, John B 

Long, Vann A 

Lowery, Paul W 

McNeely, Ney 

McClellan, John W 

Moser, Bernard W 

Moser, Clayton 

Montgomery, Walter C. 

Myers, Eugene C 

Myers, Henry D 

Payne, Rober L., Jr 



Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. _ 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. _ 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private., 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



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20409613 
20409614 
20409615 
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20409625 
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20409657 
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Sept. 14, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 18, 

Aug. 28, 

Sept. 12, 

March 25, 

April 1, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 14, 

July 8, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 13, 

June 24, 

Nov. 3, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 14, 

Jan. 15, 

Jan. 17, 

Sept. 12, 

Oct. 2, 

Sept. 14, 

Feb. 19, 

Oct. 16, 

Feb. 23, 

Oct. 2, 

Sept. 14, 

Feb. 5, 

June 17, 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 11, 

Nov. 17, 

June 3, 

Sept. 12, 

Sept. 13, 

Sept. 13, 



June 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1938 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 



3, 1940 
16, 1939 
23, 1939 
23, 1939 
14, 1940 

5, 1940 
13, 1940 
13, 1940 

2, 1939 
23, 1939 

2, 1939 



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Sept. 22, 1940 
Sept. 22, 1940 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Plyler, Pete 

Privette, Dan T 

Richardson, James W. . _ 
Richardson, Robert Ney 

Simpson, Elbert 

Simpson, Charles 

Simpson, Oscar F 

Simpson, Paul W. 

Smith, Don C 

Starnes, Arthur C. 

Starnes, Robert H 

Stearns, George B 

Steele, Gaston N 

Stegall.Kemp 

StegaU, Billy G 

Stewart, Francis A 

Summerlin, Fred W 

Threatt, Sidi T 

Trull, Homer W 

Tysinger, Charles B 

Tucker, Marion G 

Whitley, John B 

Williams, Grover L 

Wilson, Kenneth W 



Private 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



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20409679 
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20409681 
20409682 
20409683 
20409684 
20409685 
20409686 
20409687 



20409689 
20409690 
20409691 



Sept. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

May 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

June 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

Sept. 



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, 1940 



Sept. 23, 1940 



252ND COAST ARTILLERY (155MM GUN) 
FIELD AND STAFF 



Name 



Rank 



Date of 
Commission 



Residence 



McClelland, Royce S... 

Lewis, Robert B 

Harriss, Andrew H., Jr. 

Howe, Joseph G 

Latta, William M 

Sell, Allen M 



Colonel . 
Lt. Col. 
Captain 
Captain 
Captain 
IstLt.. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Dec. 
June 



6, 1929 
14, 1929 

11, 1926 
4, 1936 

20, 1938 

12, 1936 



Wilmington 

Raeford 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Wadesboro 

Wilmington 



OFFICER PERSONNEL- 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Home Station 



McClelland, Royce S 

Lewis, Robert B 

Lewis, Ralph L... 

McCumber, James B 

Matheson, Robert A., Jr, 

Poole, William L 

Wishart, Francis E 

Harriss, Andrew H., Jr.. 



Colonel. 
Lt. Col. 
Major.. 
Major. . 
Major.. 
Major.. 
Captain 
Captain 



0140304 
0176533 
01S8781 
0183405 
0262504 
0178913 
0326749 
0204938 



Dec. 6, 1929 

Dec. 14, 1929 

Jan. 30, 1927 

Jan. 22, 1930 

March 18, 1937 

Sept. 12, 1940 

June 25, 1924 

Dec. 11, 1926 



Wilmington 

Raeford 

Greensboro 

Wilmington 

Greensboro 

Raeford 

Lumberton 

Wilmington 



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Name 



Faulconer, Edward L 

Wrenn, Oscar I 

Patterson, Eugene K 

Cunningham, Calhoun D 

Blue, Julian H 

Chesnutt, Norwood B 

Walker, John W 

Fox, Norman A 

Strickland, Samuel H - 

Matthes, Cecil L — 

Howe, Joseph G 

Holt, Samuel E 

Holton, James E., Jr 

Latta, William M 

Betts, EarlR._ 

Pigford, Guy E 

Sullivan, Victor T 

Dishner, Paul J 

Corbett, Kenneth M 

Floyd, Yates W 

Ford, John E 

Bloxton, Willard R 

McAnally, Charles W 

Symmes, Harrison M 

Greer, Jackson, Jr._ — 

Sell, Allen M - 

Strickland, Geddie B 

Burns, William F. . _ 

King, Richard M._ 

Nowlan, Albert E 

McPhaul, John A., Jr 

Bridges, Henry L 

Snead, Younger F - 

Hancammon, William H., Jr. 

Dickson, George G 

Britt, Ellery W ... 

Heath, Raymond A 

Forloines, George G 

Rives, Robert B 

McCuiston, Walter P 

Rooks, Robert 

Caldwell, David J._ 

Haney, Ralph T 

Phibbs, Edward J., Jr 

Harrison, Nathaniel W '. 

Dougherty, Herbert H 

Brown, Walker T 

Lindemann, William J 

Smith, James L 

Lamont, William, Jr._ 

Bliss, Leonard J., Jr 

Lester, Thomas B., Jr 

Baggett, Charles C 

Williamson, Leslie _ 

Floyd, Reuben R 

Norment, Richard M 

Dickson, Paul — 

Nicholas, Gaylord W 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Captain . 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain . 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
lstLt... 
lst Lt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
IstLt... 
lstLt... 
lst Lt... 
IstLt... 
lstLt... 
lst Lt... 
IstLt... 
lstLt... 
lst Lt... 
IstLt... 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2ndLt._ 
2nd Lt._ 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2nd Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 
2ndLt._ 
2ndLt._ 
2nd Lt.. 
W. 0... 



0189349 
0221793 
0145029 
0188590 
0273917 
0168297 
0207929 
0287264 
0274652 
0169062 
0273896 
0220798 
0299899 
0334700 
0168288 
0384634 

0274818 
0274041 
0275428 
0262442 
0272525 
0286076 
0330758 
0263860 
0288460 
0159546 
0342873 
0299927 
0274729 
0275513 
0335284 
0274680 
0364187 
0309002 
0385186 
0274354 
0300468 
0327152 
0345287 
0348302 
0348213 
0348208 
0351539 
0315045 
0370957 
0372320 
0380433 
0282233 
0385712 



Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

March 

March 

May 

April 

June 

Feb. 

May 

Sept. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

July 

Sept. 

March 



30, 1927 

27, 1929 
26, 1930 

18, 1930 

19, 1930 
1, 1930 

26, 1930 
17, 1931 

6, 1933 

13, 1935 

4, 1936 

28, 1936 

27, 1937 

20, 1938 

14, 1939 

5, 1939 

6, 1940 

15, 1940 
8, 1930 



Home Station 



May 


10, 1930 


July 


13, 1930 


May 


8, 1931 


April 


6, 1933 


May 


1, 1933 


Feb. 


4, 1936 


June 


12, 1936 


July 


20, 1936 


April 


11, 193S 


June 


7, 1938 


Jan. 


14, 1939 


Sept. 


1, 1939 


Nov. 


18, 1939 


June 


17, 1940 


April 


20, 1940 


Sept. 


12, 1940 


March 28, 1930 


Sept. 


25, 1933 


Feb. 


4, 1936 


April 


17, 1936 


June 


27, 1936 


July 


30, 1936 


July 


20, 1936 


Feb. 


19, 1938 


May- 


7, 1938 


June 


23, 1938 


Sept. 


30, 1938 


April 


11, 1939 


May 


18, 1939 


Oct. 


7, 1939 


Nov. 


18, 1939 


June 


17, 1940 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


1 July 


28, 1939 



Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

Wilmington 

Raeford 

Whiteville 

Raeford 

Greensboro 

High Point 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

High Point 

Wilmington 

Wadesboro 

Greensboro 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Raeford 

Wilmington 

Lumberton 

Greensboro 

Greensboro 

High Point 

Wilmington 

Whiteville 

Wilmington 

High Point 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Greensboro 

Raeford 

Greensboro 

Raeford 

Wilmington 

Raeford 

Whiteville 

Whiteville 

Lumberton 

Wilmington 

Greensboro 

Whiteville 

High Point 

High Point 

High Point 

Greensboro 

Lumberton 

Wilmington 

Greensboro 

Whiteville 

Raeford 

Greensboro 

Raeford 

Wilmington 

Wilmington 

Greensboro 

Lumberton 

Raeford 

Wilmington 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Hoi ton, James E., Jr _ 

Corbett, Kenneth M 

Enlisted Men: 

Piatt, Phillip B 

West, Percy C — 

Divine, Edgar H 

Proctor, Grady M 

Shinn, Ernest R 

Allen, Emmett M 

Andrews, Leon F., Jr 

Herring, Oscar, Jr.. 

Johnson, Francis G 

Ulmer, Franklin C 

Walton, Leo W 

Wheeler, James P 

Gibson, Harold A 

Page, Lloyd G 

Pittman, John C, Jr 

Shue, Sterling S 

Walker, Benjamin D., Jr... 

Bradshaw, Eldwood C 

Brown, Benjamin M 

Farmer, John E 

Gray, Winston H., Jr 

Henderson, Hildreth C . . . 

Maxwell, Edward G . 

Miller, Dick E 

Royal, Oscar T 

Simmons James M 

Underwood, Thomas A., Jr 
Walton, Bruce 

, >. Andrews, James L 

Batchelor, Robert B 

Batson, George R 

Braswell, Jesse W 

Dixon, Archie A 

Eason, Walter E., Jr 

Graham, Tracy H 

Haines, Francis C 

Harper, Charles S 

Hatchell, Charles T 

Herring, Thomas J 

Hunter, John G 

Josenhans, Leonard L 

Kellum, Maurice H .- 

Langston, Henry P .._ 

Lewis Linwood H .. 

Mead, Julian K 

Newton, James M 

Overby, Devereaux B 

Potter, Bernice M 

Rackley, Harvey G 

Saunders, James C, Jr 

Shepard, Frank S., Jr 

Sinclair, Frank McP 



Captain.. 
1st Lt.__. 

M.Sgt... 
M.Sgt... 
IstSgt... 
Tech. Sgt 
Tech. Sgt 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant _ 
Sergeant . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl_. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl. . 
Pvt. lcl_. 

Pvt. Id.. 

Private. . 
Private... 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. . . 
Private... 



Sept. 27, 1937 
March 8, 1930 



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July 

Sept. 

March 

May 

Feb. 

May 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

June 

Nov. 

May 

April 

April 

Sept. 

July 

May 

May 

March 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

March 

April 

Nov. 

May 

June 

Sept. 

May 

March 

Sept. 

June 

Jan. 

March 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

Aug. 



, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1937 
, 1937 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1938 
, 1940 
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, 1940 
, 1940 
i, 1940 
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, 1940 



Nov. 9, 1940 

Nov. 8, 1940 

Sept. 17, 1940 

Sept. 17, 1940 



Nov. 1, 1940 
Nov. 1, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



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271 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 


Private 

Private 

Private 

Private _ _ 


20465619 
20465620 
20465621 
20465622 
20465623 


Jan. 4, 1940 
Oct. 24, 1939 
April 11, 1939 
Aug. 22, 1940 
Nov. 21, 1939 












Walton, Jimmie 

Willaford, Harry B. 











SERVICE BATTERY, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY— WHITEVILLE, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Chesnutt, Norwood B 

Greer, Jackson, Jr 

Heath, Raymond A 

Rooks, Robert O 

Smith, James L 

Enlisted Men: 

Cook, Linwood P 

Ellis, Louis O., Jr 

Carey, James M 

Ward, Eugene P 

Burns, John K 

Harrelson, Lawrence E., Jr 

Best, William T 

Burns, Robert H., Jr 

Hayes, William L 

Arp, William M 

Odum, Eddie B 

Robbins, John H 

Best, William B 

Brown, Irvin P 

Canady Fletcher M .. 

Carteret, Leamon W 

Fisher, Henry A" 

Floyd, Joseph J 

Greer, Max N 

Hill, Garland L 

Hill, Joseph E 

Ross, James H 

Soles, William E 

Stanley, William P 

Ward, Joseph B 

Woodell, Newsome _ 

Bass, Elmer W 

Blackman, Henry M 

Carteret, Marvin L 

Creech, Henon F 

Duncan, Leamon D 

Dutton, David L 

Eunice, George 

Floyd, Heddie J 



Captain.. 
lstLt.._. 
2ndLt... 
2ndLt._. 
2nd Lt... 

Mr. Sgt... 
Mr. Sgt._. 
1st Sgt... 
Tech. Sgt 
Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt,. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Corporal . 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt, lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Private... 
Private. __ 
Private. _. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 



March 1, 1930 
Feb. 4, 1936 
March 28, 1930 
June 27, 1936 
May 18, 1939 



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20465705 
20465706 
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20465709 
20465710 
20465711 
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20465716 
20465717 
204657 IS 
20465762 
20465719 
20465720 
20465721 
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20465723 
20465724 
20465725 
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20465727 
20465728 
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20465731 
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20465733 
20465734 
20465735 
20465736 
20465737 



Sept. 
July 
April 
April 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
July- 
Sept. 
Feb. 
July 
July 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
May 
Jan. 
Jan. 
May 
May 
May 
May 
Sept. 



9, 1940 
2, 1940 

4, 1939 

16, 1939 

5, 1940 
5, 1940 

22, 1939 

4, 1940 

5, 1940 

1, 1938 
27, 1939 

9, 1940 
9, 1939 

2, 1939 

17, 1939 
24, 1938 

2, 1938 

17, 1939 

1, 1939 

5, 1940 

1, 1939 
5, 1940 

12, 1938 

2, 1939 

8, 1939 
4, 1938 
1, 1940 

9, 1940 
9 ,1940 
1, 1940 
1, 1940 

20, 1940 
20, 1940 
10, 1940 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Gibson, Henry E 

Gore, Donald M 

Hammond, Ezra W 

Hayes, Alton T 

Hayes, David F 

Inman, Alfred 

Jones, Marvin 

Jones, Willie J 

Jordan, Edgar A 

Lee, Robert E 

Long, Lory J 

Maultsby, John C 

Miller, James M 

Osborne, Ellis G 

Rhodes, Arnold W 

Sellers, Clarence B 

Simmons, Homer 

Smith, John D 

Stocks, Jay D 

Strickland, Burney C, Jr. 

Thompson, Calton 

Ward, Alonzo D., Jr 

Ward, Robert L 

Williams, Joe 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20465738 
20465740 
20465741 
20465742 
20465743 
20465744 
20465739 
20465745 
20465746 
20465747 
20465748 
20465749 
20465750 
20465751 
20465752 
20465753 
20465754 
20465755 
20465756 
20465757 
20465758 
20465759 
20465760 
20465761 



March 

May 

Oct. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Aug. 

May 

Aug. 

May 

Sept. 

May 

Jan. 

June 

May 

June 

Feb. 

Aug. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

June 



1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 



BAND, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY-WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Burns, William F 

Nicholas, G.W 

Enlisted Men: 

King, Eugene E 

Aiken, James E 

Barnhill, Marion F 

Holmes, Jere M _- 

McGowan, Claude J.. . . 

Pye, Marvin D., Jr 

Boone, Elliott L 

Griffin, Wilbur D 

Holmes, Carl J 

Peterson, Ransom G 

Pridgen, Robert G. 

Stephens, Hugh 

Williamson, James S., Jr. 

Wrede, John C 

Anderson, William E. B. 

Boyles, Richard F 

Coburn, Darwin L 

Harrell, Carlton S 



1st Lt.... 
W. O 

Tech. Sgt 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Corporal. 
Corporal. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. .. 
Private... 



20465692 
20465695 
20465697 
294656S8 
20465681 
20465700 
20465679 
20465687 
20465680 
20465696 
20465699 
20465698 
20465682 
20465678 
20465694 
20465693 
20465703 
20465689 



April 
July 



May 

June 

July 

April 

Dec. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

June 

Nov. 

March 

June 

Sept. 

July 

Jan. 

June 

July 

July 

May 



11, 1938 
28, 1939 



20, 1940 
17, 1940 
17, 1940 

1, 1940 

2, 1939 
2, 1939 

25, 1939 

19, 1940 
8, 1937 
2, 1940 

20, 1938 

21, 1937 
17, 1939 
10, 1938 
24, 1940 

1, 1940 
15, 1940 
20, 1940 



Nov. 7, 1940 
Sept. 20, 1940 
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Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 


Private. 

Private 

Private . 

Private 

Private .. 

Private . _ 


20465701 
20465690 
20465683 
20465691 
20465685 
20465702 
20465686 
20465684 


Sept. 15, 1940 
June 20, 1940 
May 29, 1939 
June 17, 1940 
Sept. 4, 1940 
Sept. 15, 1940 
Aug. 26, 1940 
Jan. 3, 1940 








MeClain, Daniel W. 




















Tilden, Robert B. 













MEDICAL DEPARTMENT DETACHMENT, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY-GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Matheson, Robert A., Jr, 

Fox, Norman A 

Pigford, Guy E 

Sullivan, Victor T 

Enlisted Men: 

Burke, Henry P 

Turkett, Cleveland J.... 

Myrick, Ben F 

Bennett, Carvin 

Duggins, William P 

Hobbs, Willie B.._ 

McDaniel, Ernest D 

Bennett, Floyd 

Bradley, Walter J._ 

Creed, William C 

East, Walker L., Jr 

Garner, J. D. 

Garner, Warren G 

Kivett, EarlC .... 

Lemons, Shelton E 

Mathews, William A 

Page, James S 

Smith, Norman R 

Smith, Elihugh P 

Swafford, John J 

Wood, Milton L.._ 

Wray, Harvey L 

Davis, Raymond E 

Collins, Herman V 

Coble, Thomas Q 

Duffey, J. D 

Kennedy, Lacy H 

Gilliland, George M 

Summers, Cly de P 

Snider, Garland E 



Major... 
Captain . 
Captain. 
Captain. 

Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt, lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20467518 
20467500 
20467621 
20467521 
20467513 
20467510 
20467507 
20467517 
20467519 
20467515 
20467512 
20467511 
20467497 
20467509 
20467508 
20467506 
20467505 
20467503 
20467504 
20467501 
20467499 
20467498 
20467514 
20467516 
20467496 
20467495 
20467494 
20467493 
20467502 
20467492 



March 18, 1937 

May 17, 1931 

Aug. 4, 1939 

July 6, 1940 



Nov. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 

Jan. 

May 

June 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

April 

May 

Oct. 

March 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



1939 
1939 
1940 
193S 
1940 
193S 
1940 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1938 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 



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Name 



McCumber, James B 

Matthes, Cecil L 

Burns, William F 

Hancammon, William H., Jr, 
Caldwell, David J 



Rank 



Major. . 
Captain 
lstLt._ 
lstLt.. 
2nd Lt._ 



Date of 
Commission 



Jan. 22, 1930 

June 13, 1935 

April 11, 1938 

April 20, 1940 

July 20, 1936 



Residence 



Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 
Wilmington 



HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 1ST BATTALION, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY— RAEFORD. N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Walker, John W 

McPhaul, John A., Jr 

Enlisted Men: 

Koonce, Clarence M 

Lindsay, John H 

Parker, Harris 

Gillis, John McN 

Jones, Alfred T 

Koonce, DavidD 

McDowell, Melvin 

Mclnnis, Thomas A 

Willis, William E 

Ellis, Neil G... 

Gillis, Clyde B 

Holland, James T 

Kennedy, Carl M 

Pittman, Charles A 

Brown, James C 

Deaton, William J., Jr 

Green, Pearl 

McFadyen, Duncan B., Jr 

McKenzie, Daniel N 

McRacken, Vernon W. 

Pate, Alexander G 

Wall, Roy E 

Willis, Clarence E 

Boseman, McAdoo 

Crowley, Herman W 

Davis, Theodore C 

Dozier, Robert H 

Edge, Malburn 

Guin, Henry H 

Kennedy, William E 

Melton, James 

McBryde, John C 

McMillan, Edd 

Pate, Lacy 

Pittman, Lawrence B 

Quick, William H 

Quinn, Robert B 

Sellers, Duncan E 

Smith, Eugene W 



Captain. 
lstLt... 

1st Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20467026 
20467027 
20467028 
20467029 
20467030 
20467031 
20467032 
20467033 
20467034 
20467035 
20467036 
20467037 
20467038 
20467039 
20467040 
20467041 
20467042 
20467043 
20467044 
20467745 
20467046 
20467047 
20467048 
20467049 
20467050 
20467068 
20467051 
20467052 
20467053 
20467054 
20467055 
20467056 
20467057 
20467058 
20467059 
20467060 
20467061 
20467062 
20467063 



March 26, 1930 
Sept. 1, 1939 



Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 3 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. IS 

Jan. 30 

July 1 

Sept. 25 

July 

April 15 

Oct. 2 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

May 

Oct. 

Nov. 

June 10, 

March 18 



, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
I, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Nov. 5, 1940 



Oct. 30, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 
Sept. 17, 1940 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Snipes, James E._ 
Stephens, Cecil B 

Wall, Wilbur 

West, Lacy B 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20467064 
20467065 
20467066 
20467067 



May 13, 1940 

Nov. 8, 1939 

Dec. 1, 1939 

Oct. 26, 1939 



BATTERY A, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY-WILMINGTON, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Cunningham, Calhoun D 

King, Richard M 

Rives, Robert B 

Brown, Walker T 

Enlisted Men: 
Sistrunk, Simpson F., Jr. 

Boylan, Joseph E., Jr 

Johnston, Walter F 

McKeithan, Ernest H.__ 
Saint-Amand, Julius E._ . 

Spooner, James C 

Strange, James F 

Sutton, Henry A. _ 

Thomas, Charles A., Jr.. 

Woodcock, Lloyd W 

Bethea, Harry E... 

Braak, Peter B 

Council, Herbert H 

Craig, Albert B 

Crews, Robert R 

Mclnnis, John H 

Moore, Allan B 

Murray, Emery G 

Taylor, Henry L 

Beat, Joseph T... 

Cox, Robert L. 

Craig Donald C .. 

Cromartie, Donald R 

Eason, William L 

Farley, John T., Jr 

Head, William T 

Janicki, Henry F 

Jordan, Claude W 

Kelly, William J 

King, Renouard S., Jr... 

Larson, James L., Jr 

McDowell, William L._ . 

Mead, Oscar D., Jr 

Mewborn, Jesse B 

Peschau, Charles A 

Rivenbark, Hairy R 



Captain . 
lstLt... 
2nd Lt._ 
2nd Lt.. 

lst Sgt.. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcL 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl_ 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl, 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 



20465S14 
20465815 
20465816 
20465817 
20465818 
20465819 
20465820 
20465821 
20465822 
20465823 
20465824 
20465825 
20465826 
20465827 
20465828 
20465829 
20465830 
20465831 
20465832 
20465833 
20465834 
20465835 
20465836 
20465837 
20465838 
20465839 
20465840 
20465841 
20465842 
20465843 
20465844 
20465845 
20465846 
20465847 
20465848 
20465849 



Feb. 18, 1930 

June 7, 1938 

Feb. 4, 1936 

Sept. 30, 1938 



Aug. 23 
Feb. 3 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 



May 28 
Feb. 

Sept. 26 

April 25 

Oct. 26 

April 19 

Sept. 19 

Oct. 30 

June 27 



Oct. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
March 14 
Oct. 19 



Jan. 
June 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
July 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
June 
Oct. 



Aug. 20, 



1938 
1939 
1938 
1938 
1937 
1940 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1937 
1938 
1939 
1937 
1940 
1937 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1937 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1938 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 



Oct. 5, 1940 



Oct. 26, 1940 



Nov. 29, 1940 



Sept. 21, 1940 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 
Sanderson, William H.... 

Sears, Frank W., Jr 

Sistrunk, James B._ 

Thomas, Elmer R 

Versaal, Gerard 

Westmoreland, Russell M 

Allen, Lloyd C, Jr 

Autry, Bill 

s Becker, Harold M 

Bland, Raymond A 

Borneman, Harry S 

Boswell, Thurman 

Brinkley, Barns W 

Brittain, David 

Butler, Robert W 

Craig, Joseph W 

Davis, Joseph R 

Davis, William „ 

Darby, Thomas A 

English, Charles E 

Evans, Joseph E 

Evans, Richard K 

Everett, Julian B 

Farrow, Cordell E. D 

Farrow, Warren G 

Frownfelter, Ned W 

Gale, Henry A 

Gregory, Earl 

Hardison, Robert W 

Heidt, James B 

Hewett, Glenn W 

Hewlett, David C - 

Hearn, James E., Jr 

Hilton, HaselF 

Hinnant, William T 

Houston, Clarence W 

Houston, LeeH 

Jackson, Benjamin B., Jr. 

Jackson, Edwin B 

Jones, William R., Jr 

Kornegay, William A 

Lee, Henry B. 

Lawhorne, Louis J _ 

Lewis, Waddell 

Ludlum, John C 

Lyerly, William R. 

Lynch, George G., Jr 

McKoy, William R 

Matthews, Algie W 

Mayer, Cornelius F 

Merrill, Benjamin W 

Nelson, Walter D 

Pridgen, Henry L 

Rogers, Ernest L 

Sanders, William B 

Simpkins, James 0.. 



Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 



20465850 
20465851 
20465852 
20465853 
20465854 
20465855 
20465856 
20465857 
20465858 
20465859 
20465860 
20465861 
20465862 
20465863 
20465864 
20465865 
20465866 
20465867 
20465868 
20465869 
20465870 
20465871 
20465872 
20465873 
20465874 
20465875 
20465876 
20465877 
20465878 
20465879 
20465880 
20465881 
20465882 
20465883 
20465884 
20465885 
20465886 
20465887 
20465888 
20465889 
20465S90 
20465891 
20465892 
20465893 
20465894 
20465S95 
20465896 
20465897 
2046589S 
20465899 
20465900 
20465901 
20465902 
20465903 
20465904 
20465905 



Oct. 
Jan. 

Jan. 18 

Nov. 30 

Dec. 12 

Feb. 6, 

Sept. 14: 

Oct. 10 

Sept. 14 

Aug. 20 

Oct. 10 

May 28 

Sept. 10 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 10, 

Aug. 22, 

Sept. 10 

Sept. 3 

Sept. 14 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 

Sept. 14, 

Sept. 12. 

Sept. 15, 

Sept. 10 

Nov. 16, 
Aug. 

Nov. 14 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 12 

Nov. 26 



Aug. 
Sept. 



Sept. 14 
May 14 



Sept. 
Oct. 

Jan. 

Sept. 10 

March 19 

March 12 

Sept. 14 

Nov. 2 

Sept. 12 

Sept, 14 

Sept. 3 

Aug. 13, 

Sept. 3 

Sept. 12 

Oct. 19 

May 7, 

Sept. 10, 

Sept. 10, 

May 7 

Sept. 10, 



, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1938 
, 1937 
,1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
i, 1939 
!, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 



Sept. 21, 1940 



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277 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Sneeden, Thomas W 

Stallings, Harry F., Jr... 

Tharp, EarlW 

Tienken, Ernest 

Tienken, John C. W..._ 

Towles, Herbert R 

Ward, Graham S 

Watkins, Marvin W 

Webster, Julian P 

Walker, Carl W 

Watters, Harry F., Jr.. 

White, Edwin B 

Wilson, Lawrence W. . . 
Woodcock, Owen K., Jr, 
Wroton, Sidney E 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20465906 
20465907 
20465908 
20465909 
20465910 
20465911 
20465912 
20465913 
20465914 
20465915 
20465916 
20465917 
20465918 
20465919 
20465920 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
June 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Sept. 
May 
Oct. 
Sept. 



14, 1940 

3, 1940 
5, 1940 

22, 1940 

22, 1940 

4, 1940 
12, 1940 
14, 1940 
14, 1940 

9, 1940 

23, 1939 
14, 1940 

7, 1940 
10, 1939 

5, 1940 



BATTERY B, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY— LUMBERTON, N. C. 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 

Discharge 



Officers: 

* Wishart, Francis E 

Floyd, Yates W 

Forloines, George A 

Daugherty, Herbert H 

Enlisted Men: 

Klarpp, Joseph D 

French, William F 

Hayes, Floyd M 

Lennon, William L 

Pait, Neil J., Jr 

Parker, Samuel L 

Phillips, Hansford Y 

Townsend, Charles W 

Townsend, Lester B 

Townsend, Lloyd W 

West, Derwood 

Allen, Thomas H 

Bowen, John M., Jr 

Byrd, Curtis L 

Cottingham, Vernon 

Council, Archie C 

Floyd, Lester W 

Hatchell, Taylor S 

Love, Alfred R. 

Musselwhite, Emory L., Jr 

McNeill, Duncan H 

Stone, William E., Jr 

Alexander, Edwin H 

Barnes, Boyce B 

Brisson, Homer D 



Captain, 
lstLt..- 
2nd Lt... 
2ndLt... 

IstSgt... 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lei. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 



20466017 
20466020 
20466021 
20466022 
20466023 
20466018 
20466024 
20466025 
20466019 
20466143 
20466026 
20466027 
20466044 
20466031 
20466056 
20466033 
20466035 
2046603S 
20466039 
204660S3 
20466079 
20466041 
20466042 
20466028 
20466029 



June 25, 1924 

May 10, 1930 

Sept. 25, 1933 

June 23, 1938 



Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

May 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 



13, 1940 
25, 1939 

8, 1940 
25, 1939 

9, 1939 
25, 1939 
13, 1940 
13, 1940 

8, 1940 
13, 1940 
25, 1939 
25, 1939 

24, 1938 

13, 1940 
20, 1940 

14, 1938 

25, 1939 
25, 939 
25, 1939 
25, 1939 
25, 1939 

5, 1939 
5, 1940 
3, 1939 
13, 1940 



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Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Britt, Ingram P 

Bryant, Joseph E., Jr 

Bullock, Walter R 

Byrd. Grady S 

Byrd, John W 

Byrd, William B 

Cabaniss, William J 

Carter, Leon H 

Coleman, William E 

Connor, Fred E 

Cox, Ralph L 

Cundiff, Posey L 

Duncan, Abern, Jr 

Edwards, Edgar 

Faircloth Howard T 

Fields, Eric 

Hathaway, Marshall M 

Huggins, Mitchell L 

Hughes, Austin D._ 

Jackson, Avery, Jr 

James, Curtis D 

Jenkins, Paul A 

Kelly, John J 

Kinlaw, Bruce C 

Lamb, Grady L 

Mishoe, James M 

McCartney, George B 

McConnaughey, William E 

McDuffie, Royce M 

Norris, Homer 

Norton, JohnF 

Nance, James C 

Nunnery, Jack W 

Phillips, James D 

Phillips, Wilton N 

Pittman, Lacy McK 

Stone, Bruce 

Tyler, James M 

Willcox, Jake M 

Williford, James A 

Williams, Foster B 

Williamston, James L., Jr.. 

Woods, Junius C 

Allen, Henry B 

Allen, William B 

Altman, Jesse C 

Barnes, Cecil R 

Bodiford, Benjamin F 

Bowman, Frederick A 

Branch, William D 

Britt, Johny 

Britt, Joseph C 

Bryant, Alexander W 

Bryan, Billy C 

Buie, Joseph N. 

Butler, Fred W 



Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc: 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. Id 
Pvt. lc 

Pvt. ic: 
Pvt. lc: 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lc: 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lc! 
Pvt. lc 
Pvt. lc! 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20466030 
20466139 
20466049 
20466050 
20466051 
2046612S 
20466053 
20466054 
20466055 
20466032 
20466057 
20466058 
20466059 
20466062 
20466063 
20466034 
20466064 
20466036 
20466065 
20466032 
20466069 
20466070 
20466073 
20466072 
20466075 
20466082 
20466077 
20466080 
20466078 
20466121 
20466085 
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20466040 
20466101 
20466108 
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20466105 
20466135 
20466117 
20466043 
20466127 
20466045 
20466116 
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20466138 
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Sept. 



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Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 

Sept. 20, 1940 
Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



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279 



BATTERY B, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Clark, Frank A 

Clewis, Henry B 

Cox, Elmer 

Currie, Angus W 

Davis, John C 

Davis, Willie H. .... 

Dudley, Felton 

Duncan, John D., Jr. 
Edens, Leighton A.. . 

Fields, George A 

Freeman, Billie P 

Fuller, William F., Jr 

Hall, Arthur J 

Harper, Henry H 

Harris, David H 

Ivey, Alfred I 

Jones, Jack J. 

Lamb, Lee F 

Lamb, Odell 

Lewis, Durham E 

Meares, Stephen R... 

Monroe, James T 

MacLean, Kenneth.. 
McNeill, Alton D.___ 

Parker, Robert A 

Pate, Frederick 

Plyler, Alfred B 

Powers, Fred P 

Prevatte, James D._ . 
Roberts, Millard H.. 

Rozier, William L 

Sealey, Johnnie M._ _ 

Shaw, Walter R 

Smith, Henry A 

Smith, John J _ 

Smith, John P., Jr.. . 

Smith, Wade H 

Smith, William A... . 

Stone, Jack D 

Surles, James M., Jr. 

Tyler, Cam M 

Tyson, Thomas R 

Williams, Harley G. . 
Wilkins, Cleven 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20466112 
20466113 
20466137 
20466140 
20466133 
20466134 
20466061 
20466060 
20466114 
20466141 
20466125 
20466119 
20466110 
20466067 
20466066 
20466068 
20466071 
20466074 
20466123 
20466076 
20466081 
20466115 
20466142 
20466118 
20466087 
20466088 
20466092 
20466144 
20466122 
20466099 
20466126 
20466095 
20466129 
20466093 
20466131 
20466097 
20466098 
20466094 
20466096 
20466132 
20466100 
20466102 
20466106 
20466103 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Aug. 
June 
Aug. 
Jan. 
June 
Aug. 
Jan. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
June 
May 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
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Aug. 
June 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Aug. 
Sept. 
May 
Aug. 
Aug. 
April 



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Sept. 20, 1940 

Sept. 20, 1940 
Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. .20, 1940 
Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



2ND BATTALION, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank 



Date of 

Commission 



Residence 



Lewis, Ralph L 

Wrenn, Oscar I 

Ford, John E 

Lindemann, William J 



Major. . 
Captain 
1st Lt.. 
2ndLt.. 



Jan. 20, 1927 

Jan. 27, 1929 

July 13, 1930 

April 11, 1939 



Greensboro 
Greensboro 
Greensboro 
Greensboro 



280 Report of The Adjutant General 

HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 2ND BATTALION, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY— GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 

Betts, EarlR 

Nowlan, Albert E 

Enlisted Men: 
Culbreth, Arnold D... 
Culbreth, James W._ _ 

Hicks, Luther B 

Crevensten, Russell H, 

Ficke, Richard H 

Leonard, Millard Le_ _ 

Wrenn, Carl E 

Flinton, George R 

Leonard, William L.__ 
Milholland, Jay G., Jr 

Stanley, Carl M 

Williams, Claude H._. 

Cates, John B 

Caviness, Charlie G... 
Culbreth, Claude M... 

Flinton, Elmo F 

Grubbs, Norris G 

Long, Theodore A 

Morris, Robert L 

Oakes, Douglas T 

Robinson, Herbert A.- 
Brooks. Alan C 

Brown, Lynwood J 

Burba, James H 

DeLong, Edwin N 

Harris, Herman E 

Harris, Sherman A 

Lane, John E 

Lee, Walters 

Leonard, Hollis 

Morgan, John H 

Nixon, Marshall L 

Plummer, Tommy L._ 

Pollard, Jack M 

Ray, John E 

Roberts, Clayton W... 

Russell, Jerome E 

Summers, William B.- 
Smith, Fred S 

Webster, Warren H... 

Whitt, Henry 

Wilson, James C 

Yow, William E., Jr.- 



Captain . 
1st Lt— 

Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Staff Sgt 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20467221 
20467183 

6374305 
20467184 
R-23070 
20467186 
20467187 
20467188 
20467189 
20467190 
20467191 

6260710 
20467192 
20467193 
20467194 
20467195 
20467196 
20467197 
20467198 
20467199 
20467200 
20467201 
20467202 
20467203 
20467204 
20467222 
20467205 
20467206 
20467207 
20467208 
20467209 
20467210 
20467211 
20467212 
20467213 
20467214 
20467215 
20467216 
20467217 
20467218 
20467219 
20467220 
20467182 



Jan. 
Jan. 



Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

June 

Aug. 

Oct. 

June 

Aug. 

Sept. 

April 

July 

Feb. 

April 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

May 

Dec. 

Aug. 

July 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

April 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

June 

Aug. 

Dec. 

May 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

April 

Nov. 

Dec. 

June 



14, 1939 
14, 1939 



1940 
1940 
1940 
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1939 
1939 
1940 
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1939 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
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281 



BATTERY C, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY-GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Patterson, Eugene K.. 

Bridges, Henry L 

Harrison, Nathaniel W 
Bliss, Leonard J., Jr... 

Enlisted Men: 

Floyd, Wilbur H 

Kendrick, Troy B 

Kelley, Vernon B., Jr.. 

Kirk, Benjamin N. 

Lashley, Wister J. 

Perry, William R 

Summers, Walter L... 

Williams, Hugh B 

Williams, Richard C._ . 

Flowers, John A 

Gourley, James D 

Keaton, Rufus W 

Kent, William R 

Layton, David H 

Nau, Henry F. G 

Rochelle, Hubert B 

Adams, Elkanah . 

Barefoot, Raymond V. 

Berry, James J _ 

Brightwell, Claude A.. 

Earl, William M 

Gourley, Harvey A 

Gregory, John T 

Hunt, Jack R._ 

Hyatt, Arthur J 

Hyatt, George T _ 

Inman, Samuel W._ . . 

Lane, Aurie L 

Lewis, Radford F 

Lewis, Richard W 

McDaniel, Walter L... 

McPherson, John J 

Nadeau, Henry J. 

Paschall, Carl W 

Mitchell, Thomas E... 

Osborne, Foy A 

Pegram, William 

Sharpe, Houston P 

Rich, John B 

Root, Hardy S 

Stukes, James R 

Travis, Arthur R 

Webster, Jesse J 

Wrenn, William P 

Allen, David D 

Allen, Henry C 

Allen, James W 

Amos, Willie L 

Baldwin, Henry C 

Bailey, Cecil M._ 



Captain. 
IstLt... 
2ndLt.. 
2ndLt.. 

1st Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt, 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. Id. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl_ 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 



20466218 
20466219 
20466220 
20466221 
20466222 
20466223 
20466224 
20466225 
20466226 
20466227 
20466228 
20466229 
20466230 
20466231 
20466232 
20466233 
20466234 
20466235 
20466236 
20466237 
20466238 
20466239 
20466240 
20466241 
20466242 
20466243 
20466244 
20466245 
20466246 
20466247 
20466248 
20466249 
20466250 
20466251 
20466252 
20466253 
20466254 
20466255 
20466256 
20466257 
20466258 
20466259 
20466260 
20466261 
20466262 
20466263 
20466264 
20466265 
20466266 
20466267 



Jan. 26. 1930 

Nov. 18, 1939 

May 7, 1938 

Nov. 8, 1939 



May 

May 

April 

Sept. 

May 

April 

June 

May 

May 

Oct. 

Sept. 

May 

June 

Feb. 

July 

May 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 

April 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

April 

May 

Sept. 

May 

July 

April 

May 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

April 

May 

Aug. 

Aug. 

June 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

March 

Sept. 



, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
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, 1939 
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, 1939 
, 1940 
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i, 1940 
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, 1939 
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, 1939 
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, 1939 
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282 



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BATTERY C, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Enlisted Men: 

Bishop, Thomas F 

Burnie, Fred J 

Canada, Robert 

Chrismon, David H 

Crowder, Bryant W 

Crump, WalterT 

Dark, Nick B 

Dyson, Woodrow 

Earl, Henry D 

Enzor, Dempsey A 

Fargis, Thomas 

Forrester, John R 

Fox, Joseph E 

Frazier, Walter D 

Freeman, Wilbert 

Gales, Earl R 

Gourley, Wesley E 

Godwin, Horace T 

Graves, Frances 

Green, Raymond H 

Hall, William H 

Hart, Floyd E 

Hobson, Neill A 

Horner, James F 

Jackson, Dewey M 

Jernigan, Thomas D 

Kimbro, Odell I 

Kivette, Garland W 

Knight, Cicero C 

Lackey, James J 

Lane, Dennis 

Lowe, Thurman B 

Madison, Jack D 

McClanahan, Melvin F 

Mills, Jack W 

Mize, Warren T 

Morris, Giles W 

Murray, Russell M 

Musselwhite, Samuel S 

Newby, Luther 

Niven, J. A 

Parrish, George C 

Paschall, Gurney C 

Pegrarn, Oscar 

Philen, William B 

Phillips, James W._ 

Quick, Wendell M 

Ramsey, Jack J._. 

Register, Samuel F 

Reynolds, James B 

Rimmer, Roy H 

Scott, Grady W 

Soles, Willie 

Sproles, George C 

Stocks, Clyde C I Private 

Straughn, Billie L ..J Private 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private . 
Private.. 
Private- _ 
Private. . 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private. - 
Private.. 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private.. 
Private. _ 
Private. . 
Private.. 
Private.. 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



20466268 


Nov. 


3, 1939 


20466269 


July 


1, 1940 


20466270 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


20466271 


June 


3, 1940 


20466272 


Oct. 


23, 1939 


20466273 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20466274 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20466275 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20466276 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20466277 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20466278 


Oct. 


9, 1939 


20466279 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20466280 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20466281 


Nov. 


6, 1939 


20466282 


Oct. 


9, 1939 


20466283 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466284 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20466285 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466286 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466287 


Sept. 


7, 1940 


20466288 


Sept. 


11, 1940 


20466289 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20466290 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466291 


April 


11, 1938 


20466292 


Feb. 


13, 1939 


20466293 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466294 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


20466295 


Aug. 


30, 1940 


20466296 


Feb. 


12, 1940 


20466297 


Feb. 


26, 1940 


20466298 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


20466299 


Feb. 


13, 1939 


20466300 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466301 


Oct. 


29, 1939 


20466302 


Oct. 


23, 1939 


20466303 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466304 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20466305 


Dec. 


4, 1939 


20466306 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466307 


Feb. 


6, 1939 


20466308 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20466309 


Oct. 


9, 1939 


20466310 


March 


4, 1940 


20466311 


Nov. 


27, 1939 


20466312 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20466313 


March 


11, 1940 


20466314 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20466315 


Feb. 


5, 1940 


20466316 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20466317 


April 


8, 1940 


20466318 


June 


10, 1940 


20466319 


Aug. 


30, 1940 


20466320 


Sept. 


15, 1940 


20466321 


Nov. 


6, 1939 


20466322 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20466323 


Feb. 


5, 1940 



Date of 
Discharge 



Report of The Adjutant General 



283 



BATTERY C. 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Strickliti , James L 

Suggs, Jap E 

Suggs, Merit D 

Thomas, Luther A 

Thompson, Eemond E 

Thore, George D 

Turner, Chester H.... 
Walker, Charles C.... 

Waters, Joseph E 

Wells, James 

Whitt, Harold R 

Wilkes, James E 

Williams, Harry H 

Womble, Charles F„_ . 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20466324 
20466325 
20466326 
20466327 
20466328 
20466329 
20466330 
20466331 
20466332 
20466333 
20466334 
20466335 
20466336 
20466337 



Slept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

March 

June 



2, 1940 

13, 1939 
15, 1940 
26, 1940 

14, 1940 

5, 1940 
9, 1940 

6, 1939 

12, 1940 
27, 1939 
10, 1940 

13, 1940 
4, 1940 

10, 1940 



BATTERY D, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY— GREENSBORO, N. C. 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Officers: 
Faulconer, Edward L... 

Bloxton, Willard R 

McCuiston, Walter H._ 

Enlisted Men: 

Leonard, Lewis F 

Lewis, James H 

Lee, William F 

Meetz, Daniel R 

Moore, Julius J.. _ 

Murray, Ernest W 

Scurlock, David C 

Solomon, Fletcher T._ . 

Trexler, Troy L 

Ford, Ernest E 

Highfill, David F 

Jackson, William H 

Lewis, William R. 

Manley, Eugene E 

Murray, Lester G 

Nance, Lee A 

Baldwin, Gaston H., Jr, 

Bledsole, James D 

Campbell, Colon C 

Coltrane, Jack 

Cuthbertson, John E... 

Cuthbertson, Worth 

Dinwiddie, Jack L 

Hatcher, Emmett L 

High, DlayB 

Hutson, Edward A 

Jordan, Roger E 



Captain. 
IstLt... 
2nd Lt._ 

IstSgt.. 
Staff Sgt 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Corporal 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 
Pvt. lcl. 



20466420 
20466423 
20466422 

6365513 
20466424 
20466425 
20466426 
20466427 
20466428 
20466429 
20466430 
20466431 
20466432 

6886846 
20466434 
20466435 
20466436 
20466437 
20466438 
20466439 
20466440 
20466452 
20466441 
20466442 
20466443 
20466444 

6849380 



Jan. 30, 1927 
May 8, 1931 
April 17, 1936 



Sept. 

June 

May 

Jan. 

Nov. 

June 

May 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

July 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

May 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

June 

Oct. 

May 

Feb. 



, 1940 
,1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



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BATTERY D, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Enlisted Men: 

Luck, James W 

Pegram, Edward J 

Preddy, George E 

Purdy, Alvin K 

Serunian, Sosik H 

Alvis, Weldon L 

Alvis, Samuel G 

Bradley, James T 

Bray, Fred F., Jr 

Brandon, Willard M 

Brandt, Leon J., Jr 

Bruce, John L 

Chatman, Noah M 

Causey, Sylvester N 

Caviness, Irvin N 

Childress, Howard T.__ 

Cobb, Clyde B., Jr 

Coble, Gedrge H 

Cuthbertson, Evan A.._ 
DeHart, Larkin 0., Jr... 
Donivant, Thomas D.._ 

Doss, Winfred H ... 

Douglas, Stephen A 

East, Walker L 

Edwards, Willis W 

Faison, Ralph R., Jr 

Foster, James W 

Foster, Virgil E 

Ferguson, William E 

Fulton, Robert B 

Fleming, Howard M 

Garner, Arden A 

Gaskins, Thomas B., Jr.. 

Gouge, Plato. 

Hagins, George L 

Harris, Ernest L 

Harris, Lee V 

Harris, Marshall E 

Hayden, Guy T 

Houser, Jacob E. B., Jr.. 

Hinton, ChesterA 

Jenkins, Everett W 

Jessup, George W __ 

Jessup, Joseph R. 

Kinney, Albert J 

Kistler, Joseph W. 

Lanning, Howard B 

Laughon, John C 

Lindsay, Stewart D' 

Lewis, James M 

Maness, Edgar B 

Maness, William D 

Melton, William L 

Miller, Elmer G __ 

Morris, Junior R 

Morrow, Garnett. 



Rank or 
Grade 



Pvt. lcl_ 

Pvt. lei. 

Pvt. lcL 

Pvt. lcl. 

Pvt. lcl. 

Private.. 

Private . 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private 

Private.. 

Private. _ 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private. . 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private. _ 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private.. 

Private... 

Private. _ 

Private... 

Private... 

Private... 

Private. _. 

Private... 

Private... 

Private. .. 

Private... 

Private. _. 

Private... 

Private... 

Private... 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 
Enlistment 



20466446 


Jan. 


9, 1939 


20466447 


June 


24, 1940 


20466448 


Sept. 


19, 1938 


20466449 


June 


7, 1940 


20466450 


June 


3, 1940 


20466451 


Aug. 


9, 1940 


20466463 


Sept. 


2, 1940 


20466454 


Feb. 


17, 1939 


20466455 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20466456 


July 


6, 1940 


20466457 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466458 


July 


5, 1940 


20466459 


June 


17, 1940 


20466460 


Sept. 


7, 1940 


20466461 


April 


7, 1940 


20466421 


Sept. 


14, 1940 


20466462 


Sept. 


2, 1940 


20466464 


March 11, 1940 


20466465 


May 


27, 1940 


20466466 


Aug. 


5, 1940 


20466467 


Sept. 


4, 1939 


20466468 


Feb. 


12, 1940 


20466469 


Sept. 


18, 1939 


717330 


Jan. 


16, 1939 


20466470 


Aug. 


19, 1940 


20466471 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466472 


Aug. 


26, 1940 


20466488 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20466473 


Sept. 


2, 1940 


20466474 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20466475 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


20466476 


Aug. 


9, 1940 


20466477 


Oct. 


2, 1939 


2046647S 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


20466479 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466480 


Dec. 


11, 1939 


20466492 


July 


1, 1940 


20466500 


Aug. 


5, 1940 


20466481 


Sept. 


10, 1940 


20466482 


Feb. 


19, 1940 


20466483 


Aug. 


15, 1940 


20466484 


Sept. 


6, 1940 


20466485 


April 


22, 1940 


20466501 


April 


22, 1940 


20466486 


Sept. 


7, 1940 


20466487 


Sept. 


9, 1940 


20466489 


Aug. 


5, 1940 


20466490 


July 


1, 1940 


20466491 


Oct. 


9, 1939 


20466493 


Sept. 


13, 1940 


20466494 


June 


17, 1940 


20466502 


Oct. 


23, 1939 


20466495 


Feb. 


5, 1940 


20466496 


Sept. 


11, 1939 


20466497 


July 


5, 1940 


20466498 ' 


Aug. 


26, 1940 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 



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BATTERY D, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



285 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Murphy, Walter H 

O'Briant, Thomas G 

Overcash, Ralph A 

Parrish, Walter W., Jr... 

Purdy, Thomas P 

Ryals, Wallace E 

Sanford, Frank L., Jr 

Saunders, Carlton C 

Saunders, Clarence E 

Shepard, Bernard C 

Shaw, Robert E 

Smith, Robert I 

Snyder, Russell R 

Soloman, Cleo M 

Stubblefield, Harvey L._ 

Swain, Glenn J 

Talley, Willard G 

Tucker, Ernest W 

Thompson, James H 

Thompson, Tyree L 

Webster, Charles L 

West, Alexander R., Jr.. 

Wheeler, Raymond 

Whitt, Walter, Jr 

Williamston, Kendrick E 

Wood, Clifford V 

Wyrick, John W 



Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20466499 
20466503 
20466504 
20466505 
20466506 
20466507 
20466508 
20466509 
20466517 
20466510 
20466511 
20466512 
20466513 
20466514 
20466515 
20466516 
20466518 
20466519 
20466520 
2046652S 
20466521 
20466522 
20466523 
20466524 
20466525 
20466526 
20466527 



Feb. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Sept. 



Sept 
Feb. 
Sept 
Sept 
Aug. 

Sept. 10 
Sept. 10 
July 
April 
June 24 
March 6 
Sept. 12 
Feb. 5 
Aug. 
March 4 



Sept 

Sept 

Sept 

July 

Sept. 13 

Sept 



, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
.1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 
Sept. 17, 1940 



Sept. 17, 1940 





3RD BATTALION, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 




Name 


Rank 


Date of 
Commission 


Residence 


Poole, William L 




Sept. 12, 1940 
Sept, 15, 1940 
Sept. 12, 1940 
May 1, 1933 
Sept. 14, 1940 


Raeford 




Captain 

IstLt 


Greensboro 




Raeford 




1st Lt. 








2nd Lt. 











HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 3RD BATTALION, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY— HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 

Discharge 


Officers: 
Strickland, Samuel H. 


Captain. _ 

1st Lt. 


20467337 
20467338 


April 6, 1933 
April 6, 1933 

Oct. 6, 1938 
Sept. 15, 1940 








Enlisted Men: 
Shields, John F. 


1st Sgt. 




Bradin, Benjamin M 


Staff Sgt 





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HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, 3RD BATTALION, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Irwin, Woodrow W 

Miller, John E.___ 

Hicks, Lueaco G 

Hill, Branson M 

Patterson, Charles H._ . 

Barrier, Howard A 

Ferguson, Eugene T 

Jones, Ralph M 

Nance, Charles E 

Reddick, Charles F 

Wilson, Julian C 

Atkinson, Cecil L 

Baker, Hubbard D 

Billings, Claude 

Brady, Guy M. 

Brady, Paul C 

Burton, James M 

Canipe, Arnold H 

Chandler, Wiley C, Jr t . 

Creasey, Dell G 

Drum, McCoy C 

Jarrell, Joseph P 

Johnson, Charles H 

Holbrook, Grady H 

King, John E 

Leonard, Joe A 

Lewallen, Robert J 

McDaniels, Walter C 

Mendenhall, William F._ 
O'Ham, George W., Jr... 

Payne, Robert G 

Pendry, Joel B 

Renfrew, Ben S 

Samuels, Jack W 

Shields, Edgar W 

Shields, Robert R 

Smith, Carlos R 

Smith, Fred E 

Steelman, Walter D 

Teague, Ray E 

Thompson, Robert S 

Wall, Harold D 



Staff Sgt.. 
Staff Sgt.. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Corporal. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Pvt. Id.. 
Pvt. lcl.. 
Private... 
Private. __ 
Private. _. 
Private. __ 
Private. ._ 
Private. __ 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. __ 
Private... 
Private. _ _ 
Private... 
Private. __ 
Private. _ _ 
Private.. _ 
Private. __ 
Private... 
Private. __ 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. __ 
Private. _. 
Private. __ 
Private... 
Private. __ 
Private. .. 
Private... 
Private... 
Private... 
Private. __ 
Private... 



20467339 
20467340 
20467341 
20467342 
20467343 
20467344 
20467345 
20467347 
20467348 
20467349 
20467350 
20467351 
20467353 
20467352 
20467354 
20467355 
20467356 
20467357 
20467358 
20467359 
20467360 
20467361 
20467346 
20467362 
20467363 
20467364 
20467365 
20467366 
20467367 
20467378 
20467369 
20467370 
20467371 
20467372 
20467373 
20467374 
20467375 
20467376 
20467377 
20467378 
20467379 
20467380 



Nov. 21, 

Feb. 22, 

Nov. 23, 

May 25, 

May 31, 

March 18, 

Sept. 27, 

Oct. 4, 

March 22, 

April 19, 



Oct. 
Sept. 
June 



Sept. 15, 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Sept. 

Aug. 



Nov. 14, 
Aug. . 22, 



Feb. 7, 

Aug. 28, 

Sept. 15, 

Sept. 15, 

Jan. 10, 



Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 



April 24, 

April 24, 

Sept. 9, 

Sept. 14, 

Aug. 28, 

Sept. 6, 

June 26, 

Oct. 6, 

April 10, 

Sept. 14, 

Aug. 28, 

Sept. 9, 



1939 
1940 
1938 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 



Dec; 19, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



Sept. 20, 1940 



Sept. 18, 1940 



BATTERY E, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY-HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Officers: 

Holt, Samuel E... 


Captain. 

1st Lt. 




May 28, 1936 
July 20, 1936 
June 20, 1936 
Feb. 19, 1938 




Strickland, Geddie B 




Haney, Ralph T._ . 


2nd Lt. 




Phibbs, Edward J., Jr 







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BATTERY E, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



287 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial No. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 


1st Sgt 


20466624 
20466623 
20466624 
20466625 
20466626 
20466627 
20466628 
20466629 
20466630 
20466631 
20466632 
20466633 
20466634 
20466635 
20466636 
20466637 
20466638 
20466639 
20466640 
20466641 
20466642 
20466643 
20466644 
20466645 
20466646 
20466647 
20466650 
20466648 
20466649 
20466735 
20466742 
20466733 
20466651 
20466652 
20466745 
20466653 
20466654 
20466739 
20466655 
20466656 
20466650 
20466734 
20466758 
20466659 
20466660 
20466661 
20466662 
20466663 
20466664 
20466665 
20466685 
20466666 
20466668 
20466744 
20466667 
20466738 


June 16, 1939 
April 11, 1938 
May 2, 1939 
Jan. 28, 1939 
April 27, 1939 
Feb. 21, 1940 
Feb. 21, 1938 
June 19, 1939 
Nov. 5, 1938 
Dec. 5, 1938 
March 5, 1940 
Oct. 3, 1938 
Oct. 2, 1939 
Oct. 6, 1939 
June 5, 1939 
Feb. 13, 1939 
Jan 3, 1938 
Feb. 21, 1938 
April 3, 1939 
Oct. 6, 1939 
Oct. 9, 1939 
Oct, 20, 1939 
June 21, 1940 
Jan. 24, 1938 
Oct. 17, 1938 
Feb. 6, 1939 
July 6, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
May 6, 1940 
Sept. 4, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 5, 1940 
Aug. 26, 1940 
Jan. 12, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 11, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
April 22, 1940 
Jan. 12, 1940 
May 4, 1939 
Sept. 4, 1940 
May 6, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Nov. 13, 1939 
April 8, 1940 
Oct. 5, 1939 
Dec. 7, 1939 
April 22, 1940 
May 8, 1940 
Sept. 6, 1940 
April 8, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
July 3, 1940 
April 22, 1940 






Sergeant 

Sergeant _. 

Sergeant 

Sergeant 

Sergeant.. 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Corporal . 

Corporal .. 

Corporal 

Corporal 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl. . . 


Sept. 19, 1940 


Bean, Walter P. 












Long, John H... 




Chandler, Clinton R. . 








Kidd, Robert C 




Walker, Wrav M. 




Woodell, William T. . 




Black, Gilbert R. 


























Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 

Pvt. Icl 










Sept. 19, 1940 






Moldin, Reitzel P. 








Pope, Ed L 


Sept. 19, 1940 


Ritchie, Hurley C 








Arnette, Fred R.. 






Atkins, Carthell B. 


Private 


Sept. 19, 1940 


Atkinson, Willie L 




Aulbert, Clarence L 


Private 

Private _ _ . __ 




Baity, Kermit R 






















Private 
















Private 




Clarv, James K _.. 




Clary, William F 






Cox, Sandy E 






Culler, Henry V 






Denny, Bobby W 






Duggins, George J 






Efird, Clyde S._ 








Private 

Private 


Sept. 19, 1940 






Fields, Garland F 




Fields, Vernie 




Sept. 19, 1940 




























Private,. 

Private - 




Guthrie, Lester E. 


Nov. 20, 1940 



288 



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BATTERY E, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Rank or 
Grade 




Date of 
Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Harding, Roger L., Jr 

Hardy, Royal B. . _ _ 

Hartgrove, Ray H 

Hauser, Lawrence W 

Hayworth, George B 

Hering, McKeithan 

Hiatt, Johnnie M 

Hill, Lee Roy 

Hughes, William C 

Hunter, Charles 

Jenkins, Claude W 

Jones, Thomas M 

Johnson, Alton F 

Kennedy , Charles R 

Kerr, Fred V 

Lee, David E 

Loggins, Arellious 

McCormick, Richard E.__ 

Miller, Billy W; 

Mitchell, Joseph H., Jr.. _ 

Moore, Ray L 

Mecimore, Douglas C 

Myrick, William R 

Nance, Curry D 

Nance, James V 

Neighbors, Everett P 

Nelson, Colon V 

Oakley, Wiley E 

Overby, William T 

Palmer, Louis E 

Penley, Thomas McD., Jr 

Pope, Richard L 

Ray, Glenn 

Robbins, Samuel J., Jr.. . 

Ray, Maze_-_ 

Ragan, Jack 

Rumley, Carl W 

Saunders, Charles S 

Saunders, Paul H 

Shipwash, Roby A., Jr 

Sizemore, Paul, Jr 

Sink, Williard F 

Smith, Louis T 

Smith, Paul F 

Southern, Thomas E 

Sowers, Oscar A 

Spaul, Harvy H 

Stiles, Williard E 

Taylor, Andrew P 

Teague, Dallas. 

Terry, Henry Cs 

Thrower, Robert R 

Thrower, William G 

Truitt, Harold S 

Tuttle, James C 

Tysinger, Paul 



Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private- 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private. 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 
Private 



20466673 
20466674 
20466675 
20466669 
20466670 
20466692 
20466671 
20466672 
20466676 
20466677 
2046667S 
20466726 
20466680 
20466681 
20466682 
20466683 
20466684 
20466687 
20466686 
20466691 
20466689 
20466688 
20466690 
20466694 
20466693 
20466696 
20466695 
20466743 
20466697 
20466698 
20466699 
20466741 
20466700 
20466702 
20466701 
20466703 
20466746 
20466704 
20466705 
20466706 
20466707 
20466740 
20466709 
20466708 
20466710 
20466711 
20466712 
20466713 
20466714 
20466715 
20466716 
20466717 
20466718 
20466719 
20466720 
20466721 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
April 



Aug. 19 
Sept. 14 
Nov. 13 
Sept. 3 
Dec. 9 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 6 
April 15 
Feb. 12 
Dec. 11 
Sept. 4. 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
July 6 
April 
April 8 
Sept. 14 
Feb. 5 
Aug. 26 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
April 15 
Sept. 14 
Feb. 5. 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 6 
May 6 
Nov. 27 
Sept. 4 
Sept. 14 
March 18 
Oct. 30 
Sept. 14 
Feb. 5 
Sept. 14 
Sept. 14 
Jan. 2 
Nov. 13 
Jan. 22 
Sept. 14 
May 6 
12 
4 
5 ; 
4 
4 
6 

March 18. 
Dee. 7 



Jan. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
May 



1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 

1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1940 
1939 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 
Sept. 19, 1940 



Sept. 19, 1940 



Dec. 2, 1940 



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BATTERY E, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



289 



Name 


Rank or 
Grade 


Serial Xo. 


Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 


Date of 
Discharge 


Enlisted Men: 


Private __- 

Private 

Private. 


20466722 
20466723 
20466724 
20466725 
20466727 
20466729 
20466731 
20466728 
20466732 
20466730 
20466736 
20466737 


Sept. 4, 1940 
Sept. 14, 1940 
Aug. 26, 1940 

Dec. 9, 1939 
Sept. 4, 1940 
Sept. 4, 1940 
May 6, 1940 
Sept. 4, 1940 
May 6, 1940 
March 18, 1940 
Feb. 5, 1940 












Welch, Thomas C. . - 


Private .. 

Private ... 

Private 

Private. _ _ 


















Private 




Whitt Walter \. 












Wright, Paul E. 




Sept. 19, 1940 


Woodall, Cullie B., Jr 


Private . 









BATTERY F, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY-RAEFORD, N. C. 



Name 



Officers: 
Blue, Julian H 

Snead, Younger F 

Lamont, William, Jr 

Lester, Thomas B., Jr... 

Enlisted Men: 

Cole, Alfred 

Calhoun, Archie H 

Gulledge, Jesse N 

Lindsay, John E 

Morris, Bruce, Jr 

Morris, Sam C 

McKenzie, James C 

McLean, Herbert S., Jr.. 

Newton, Edwin D 

Snead, Samuel A 

Yarborough, Hartman H 

Bouyer, Earl D.__ 

Clark, Graham McP.... 

Clark, Luther W 

Freeman, Millard P 

Gamble, Louis G _ 

Lentz, William 

McDiarmid, James McK 

Stone, Jamie W 

Womble, James B., Jrt. . 

Wood, Oscar L 

Yarborough, David W.__ 

Barrington, Ebb 

Barrington, Robert D._ _ 

Blue, William E 

Bullard, William R 

Burns, Grady A 

Collier, Erwin G 



Rank or 
Grade 




Captain. 
1st Lt.__ 
2ndLt.. 
2nd Lt.. 



IstSgt... 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 
Sergeant. 
Sergeant . 



Sergeant 
Sergeant 
Corporal 
Corpora! 
Corpora 
Corpora 
Corpora! 
Corpora 
Corpora! 
Corpora 
Corpora! 
Corpora! 
Corpora! 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 
Pvt. lcl 



20466824 
2046&825 
20466826 
20466827 



20466840 
20466829 
20466830 
20466831 
20466832 
20466833 
20466834 
20466835 
20466836 
20466837 
20466838 
20466839 
20466841 
20466842 
20466843 
20466844 
20466867 
20466845 
20466869 
20466870 
20466846 
20466847 
20466877 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Feb. 19, 1930 

June 17, 1940 

Oct. 7, 1939 

June 17, 1940 



Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

June 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

May 

Sept. 

Aug. 

July 

April 

June 

April 

June 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

June 

July 

Sept. 

Oct. 

July 



, 1940 
,1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1939 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1940 
, 1939 
, 1938 
, 1940 



Date of 
Discharge 



Sept. 
Sept. 



18, 1940 
18, 1940 



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BATTERY F, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Cox, Fred M 

Currie, Ben.. 

Davis, Chalmers B 

Davis, Ernest L._ 

English, Talmadge 

Gibbons, Stephen W 

Harris, William A 

Johnson, Charles D 

Lawhon, Henry J 

Leach, William K... 

McAnulty, Joseph R 

McFadyen, Willie B 

McKenzie, Joseph C. 

McNeill, William Leslie. . 

McNeill, Norman 

Nivens, Carton 

Parks, Arthur G._ .. 

Parks, Ralph D 

Parks, William E 

Plummer, Ralph G 

Pope, Jack 

Rose, Carl... 

Rose, Clarence 

Stephens, James D 

Tyson, Thomas J 

Webb, Walter E._ 

Wicker, Charles L., Jr 

Yarboro, John T 

Bass, William J 

Baxley, Rudolph L 

Bethune, Henry B 

Blue, James T 

Brigman, David... 

Bristow, Robert B 

Brooks, Hubert G 

Campbell, Robert L 

Carpenter, Ernest 

Collier, Ernest 

Conoly, Thomas W 

Cottingham, Tracy T., Jr 

Culbreth, John W 

Culbreth, Malcolm B 

Daniels, Robert 

Davis, Ernest W 

Davis, William D 

Folks, William R 

English, Carl M 

English, Worth E 

Gibson, Ralph H 

Glisson, Claudie L 

Goodman, Hugh C 

Gulledge, William L. 

Harris, Johnnie 

Harrell, Robert. _ 

Harrell, Willie.. 

Hinnant, Johnnie W 



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20466881 
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20466930 
20466882 
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20466889 



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BATTERY F, 252ND COAST ARTILLERY 



Name 



Rank or 
Grade 



Serial No. 



Date of 

Commission or 

Enlistment 



Date of 
Discharge 



Enlisted Men: 

Hodges, James C 

Holland, Luther F.__ 

Howell, Amos 

Howell, Dan A 

Huckabee, Lacy M... 

Johnson, Craig T 

Johnson, Neal B 

Lassiter, Ralph A 

Lucas, Leicester A.. . 
McFayden, Lawrence 
McGougan, Edgar N. 

Mclnnis, Ralph C 

McLeod, Charlie 

McMillan, James 

McMillan, NeillD... 
McNeill, Hector B... 
McNeill, John H., Jr. 
Miller, Edward D.._. 

Moss, Hubert M 

Odom, Clarence G 

Pate, Johnnie C 

Pickler, Joseph M 

Robertson, Martin A. 
Saunders, McPhail M 
Seaford, Eugene R._ . 

Seals, William L 

Smith, James A 

Stubbs, Charles 

Taylor, Carl. 

Taylor, Howard 

Tew, Colon L 

Tew, William F 

Thames, Herbert 

Thames, Robert B,. _ 
Thomberg, Brian H.- 
Walters, John T 

Wheeler, James V 

Wilkes, Wylie G 

Williamson, James A. 

Wilson, Woodrow 

Woodcox, Robert 0.. 



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Sept. 18, 1940 



NORTH CAROLINA IN THE PROGRAM OF 
NATIONAL DEFENSE 

Within the year 1940, the serious and chaotic conditions in foreign countries 
have caused the American people to consider, to a greater extent than in 
the many years past, the National Defense of this country. Though we are 
separated by many miles from foreign countries, it must be realized that 
the fast methods of travel cover distances in a much quicker manner than 
heretofore. We have realized that the economic structure of the world may, 
and possibly will, change and such a change necessarily affects the United 
States. 

The history of North Carolina is sufficient for the statement that this 
State has, in the years past, placed itself in the front lines in every national 
emergency. The State is today doing its part in the program of National 
Defense and in addition to the young men being inducted through the 
Selective Service System, it has already provided a large number of men 
through the induction of the National Guard on September 16, 1940, at which 
time approximately 5,000 men entered the federal military service. 

January, 1940, found the North Carolina National Guard, headed by the 
Adjutant General's Department, in the transition from peace time to emer- 
gency measures, leading up to the present special training and national 
emergency. In January, the troops in North Carolina were completing a 
special two drill per week period and an emergency seven day special winter 
field training period. This special field training period found the 120th 
Infantry bivouacked in three training areas at Henderson, Reidsville, and 
Concord, while the 113th Field Artillery combined its courses and training 
as a regiment at Port Bragg. The 105th Engineers trained at Charlotte, 
Salisbury, and Morganton ; the 105th Medical Regiment at Henderson; and 
the 105th Quartermaster Regiment at Winston-Salem. The 252nd Coast 
Artillery split their training into several week-end phases, training at Wil- 
mington, Raeford, and Greensboro. Headquarters 60th Brigade, Headquar- 
ters Company 60th Brigade, and the 30th Signal Company journeyed to 
Macon, Georgia, for their special training with General Russell and the 30th 
Division Staff. The State Staff and State Detachment encamped at Raleigh 
and worked on the details and plans of Selective Service. 

Immediately following these camps, the North Carolina National Guard 
began intensive preparation for annual armory inspection, conducted an- 
nually under direction of the War Department, which, in view of the foreign 
situation, was more rigid than any inspections held for a score of years. 

In March, three officers from the State Staff attended Selective Service 
school in Washington, discussing with officers from the entire country plans 
and preparations for the operation of Selective Service in view of existing 
conditions. 

In May, 1940, the strength of the North Carolina National Guard was 
increased from approximately 3,500 officers and enlisted men to approxi- 
mately 4,300 officers and enlisted men. 

The War Department deviated from the usual custom of 15 day camps of 
instruction and the Guard went into field maneuvers for 21 days during 
July-August, 1940. This involved much extra work in the Adjutant General's 
Department, as it necessitated a complete new set of plans, details, and 



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estimates within a short period of time. These summer maneuvers for the 
North Carolina troops took place as follows: the 252nd Coast Artillery 
trained at Fort Moultrie, South Carolina, while the balance of the troops, 
which are a part of the 30th Division, the State Staff and State Detachment 
trained in the Mississippi-Louisiana areas. During this encampment, all 
troops from this State participated in extensive field training, which re- 
minded many old timers of the days of '16, '17 and '18. The State Staff 
devoted most of its time to the study of plans for Selective Service, which 
it was then realized would soon be ordered into operation. 

Almost immediately following Army maneuvers, the National Guard units 
of North Carolina were, on September 16, 1940, inducted into federal service 
as the National Guard of the United States in the Army of the United States, 
the National Guard then passing from the control of the Governor to con- 
trol of the federal authorities. 

The troops of this State, as a part of the 30th Division, and our Coast 
Artillery Regiment, were among the first few divisions and troops called into 
the federal service for the one year's intensive training. Though a sacrifice 
to many officers and men, all, recognizing the prerogative of the President 
of the United States, acting with the authority of Congress to call on the 
National Guard because of conditions confronting the country, entered the 
federal service with a very fine spirit and with high morale. 

On September 16, the day of induction, all units were mobilized at their 
respective home stations throughout the State and within 15 days, all troops, 
except the Coast Artillery, joined troops from the states of South Carolina, 
Georgia, and Tennessee, comprising the 30th Division, at Fort Jackson, 
South Carolina. The 252nd Coast Artillery proceeded to Fort Moultrie, 
South Carolina, with the exception of one battalion, which is encamped at 
Fort Screven, Georgia. 

Upon the entry of the National Guard into federal service, the Adjutant 
General, appointed by the Governor, State Director of Selective Service in 
addition to his other duties, began the organization of a force preparatory 
to putting into effect this system to meet the requirements of the federal 
government. The ordering of the National Guard into federal service and 
the operation of the Selective Service System is something new to the entire 
nation in times of peace. The eight members of the State Staff, many of 
whom have in the past made a study under direction of the War Department 
of the Selective Service System and having been inducted into federal service, 
were assigned to duty in this office by the War Department. It is, in this 
fact, that headquarters were promptly organized and through which the 
State Headquarters has been enabled to carry out its work with a reasonable 
degree of efficiency. 

During the year 1940 North Carolina has had the privilege of sending 
numerous officers to various service schools. These officers made outstanding 
records in these schools and their knowledge has proved of great value in 
instructing and aiding their regiments in the present training. 

Within the past few years, through the efforts and activities of the 
Adjutant General's Department, many communities, each of which provided 
the sponsor's contribution to match WPA funds, have constructed new and 
very fine armories to provide protection of federal property and adequate 
facilities for the training of troops. There are now the following cities 
having new armories and in addition thereto the cities of Warrenton, Smith- 



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field, Roanoke Rapids, Oxford and Shelby are in preparation for the con- 
struction of homes for their National Guard units: 



New Bern 

Edenton 

Wilmington 

Greenville 

Wilson 

Durham 

Louisburg 



Raeford 

Gastonia 

Salisbury 

Raleigh 

Waynesville 

Sanford 

Lumberton 



High Point 

Reidsville 

Albemarle 

Washington 

Canton 

Leaksville 



Madison 

Henderson 

Concord 

Morganton 

Whiteville 

Parkton 



Even though there is always room for improvement, the Adjutant General's 
Department and the Headquarters of Selective Service are proud of the 
smooth transition of the National Guard from State to Federal service and 
the efficient manner in which the Selective Service System is now function- 
ing. The combined office force of both departments has work diligently 
and faithfully in the performance of all duties. 

As we approach 1941, the Adjutant General's Department is busily en- 
gaged with plans and preparations for the establishment of Home Guard 
units to take the place of the National Guard. Just how many units will 
be authorized and where they will be located has not definitely been deter- 
mined. All that can now be said is that every possible effort will be made 
to provide the State with an adequate number of units to take care of any 
emergency. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 

BRIEF FOR CONSIDERATION OF JOINT COMMITTEE 
ON APPROPRIATIONS 

The total amount requested by this Department for the National Guard 
of the State represented minimum requirements and though the Budget 
Commission reduced a number of items, which will curtail, somewhat, our 
activities, it is believed, with two exceptions, that by effecting economies 
during the two years the work required can be satisfactorily carried on. 

The exceptions are as follows: 

ITEM No. 203.— SEMI-ANNUAL ALLOWANCES TO ORGANIZATIONS: It 
is requested that the Budget Commission's recommendation of $33,100 be 
increased by $1,500 to a total of $34,600.00. 

a. This item covers allotments made semi-annually to sixty (60) 
units of the National Guard to defray expenses of armory rent; heat; 
lights and water; letter writing supplies; postage and other necessary 
expenses. 

Rentals of armories is a fixed expenditure and in no case is the 
rental less than the State allotment. In the great majority of cases, 
units pay considerably more rent than the amount of the allotment 
made by the State, under Section 6889, Consolidated Statutes 1919. Coun- 
ties and Municipalities augment this amount through allotments to the 
units; otherwise the unit could not exist and meet Federal requirements. 

b. Two new units of the Guard have been organized under direction 
of the War Department, requiring additional allotments from this 
item; which increases the amount of expenditures each year of the next 
biennium. 

c. The Budget Commission reduced our request to the amount of 
the 1937-38, 1938-39 figures of $33,100; however; in caring for the sixty 
units in the payment of the first semi-annual allotments for the present 
fiscal year, due as of December 31, 1938, it was necessary to request a 
transfer of $810 from Item No. 205, which was granted. This same 
additional amount will be necessary at the end of the fiscal year, June 
30, 1939. With these facts before us, it can be realized that the request 
for an increase under this Item No. 203 of an additional $1,500 is neces- 
sary. This will make the total of this item $34,600, or, $200 less than 
our original request. This is a very important item of our budget. 

ITEM No. 215.— ALLOTMENT OFFICERS AND SUPPLY SERGEANTS: It 
is requested that $365 be added to the amount recommended by the 
Advisory Budget Commission, making a total of $22,950. 

a. This item covers allotments to those officers having definite ad- 
ministrative duties to perform throughout the year, and is provided 
for by State laws, and is paid semi-annually. The amount paid each 
officer has for several years been less than that authorized by law; and 
in the present fiscal year the amount is further reduced because of lack 
of funds. 



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b. In the organization of the two additional units and a Battalion 
Headquarters, we have five additional officers coming within this allot- 
ment, entitled to consideration, and to provide for them the $365 addi- 
tional requested is necessary. 

c. In the preparation of our budget it was our desire to increase the 
amount payable to each individual to a figure nearer that authorized in 
the State laws, which we feel is justified; yet, realizing the difficulties 
confronting the Joint Committee we now ask for only $365, making a 
total of $22,950, the amount necessary to provide for the recently ap- 
pointed officers. 

J. Van B. Metts, 
(Seal) The Adjutant General. 



State of North Carolina 

Adjutant General's Department 

Raleigh 



February 6, 1941. 

BRIEF— BUDGET 1941-43 

1. The National Guard passed from control of the Governor and Com- 
mander-in-Chief to Federal control upon induction into Federal service 
September 16, 1940, yet there are certain expenses incident to the National 
Guard which must be continued. This refers particularly to armory rental 
in cases where armories are actually rented. There are also the expenses 
incident to the Adjutant General's Department. There are many matters 
pertaining to the National Guard requiring settlement. Armories necessarily 
must be maintained that upon return of the National Guard to the State 
with its Federal equipment, there may be some place available in which 
to house this equipment and as quarters for the organization. 

2. Assuming that the troops of the National Guard return to the State 
in approximately one year as now contemplated, these troops would return 
in September, 1941. The budget in question goes into effect July 1, 1941, 
therefore the National Guard would be back in the State for nine months 
of the fiscal year 1941-42. It is noted that the budget recommended by the 
Budget Commission is approximately the amount of the budget as expended 
in 1939-40. It is anticipated that upon return of the troops to the State the 
necessity for much reorganization, readjustment, and possibly an increase in 
the strength of the Guard will require a larger appropriation. 

3. Though the Guard will be out of the State the first three months of the 
fiscal year 1941-42, the State Guard or Home Defense Units will have been 
organized and necessarily must be taken care of during the lifetime of this 
organization and should the National Guard not return in the twelve months 
time, in September 1941, it will be necessary to continue the organizations 
of Home Defense. 

4. In view of the conditions, it is impracticable to make a fair estimate 
of the needs of the Adjutant General's Department for the next biennium 
and it is requested that the appropriation recommended by the Budget Com- 
mission for the biennium 1941-43 be granted and that the Appropriations 
Committee recommend to the Governor and Council of State an allotment 
from the contingent and emergency fund to the National Guard should such 
extra allotment become necessary and at the discretion of the Governor. 

5. Submitted as a matter of information is the following, which gives 
the strength, appropriation, and percentage pertaining to appropriations 
made by a number of other states to its National Guard, based upon the 1940 
appropriations: 



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Strength 
of Guard 

Indiana _~ 5,906 

Wyoming 913 

Minnesota 6,301 

Florida _ _ 2,570 

Wisconsin 5,685 

Texas - 11,369 

Alabama 3,739 

Virginia 4,991 

Oklahoma 6,414 

North Carolina 4,297 

Tennessee 3,787 

Georgia 5,062 



(Seal) 



Annual 


Percentage 


Appropriation 


Appropriation 


1940 


Per Enlisted Men 


$460,686 


78.00 


62,350 


68.29 


333,800 


52.97 


114,000 


44.36 


190,000 


33.42 


362,970 


31.92 


100,505 


26.88 


116,015 


23.24 


130,000 


20.26 


83,421 


19.41 


68,415 


18.07 


70,000 


10.82 


J. Van B. Metts, 


The Adjutant General. 



ADJUTANTS GENERAL OF NORTH CAROLINA 

(The Office of Adjutant General was created by Chapter XVIII, Section 7, of 

the Laws of 1806) 



Name 



County 

Brunswick County 

Craven County 

Wake County 

Surry County..... 

Wake County 

Wake County 

Chatham County 

Lincoln County 

U. S. Army, formerly of 

Pasquotank County.. ... 

Wake County... 

U. S. Army, formerly of 

Lenoir County 

Guilford County 

Bladen County 

Wake County— 

Wake County.— 

Guilford County 

Wake County 

Iredell County 

Granville County 

Mecklenburg County _ 

Iredell County.- 

Iredell County— 

Wake County 

Buncombe County 

Granville County. _. 

New Hanover County 



Term 



Benjamin Smith 

Edward Pasteur.— _ 

Calvin Jones 

Robert Williams 

Beverly Daniel 

Robert Williams Haywood 

Richard C. Cotten _. 

John F. Hoke 

James G. Martin 

Daniel G. Fowle 

Richard C. Gatlin 

John A. Gilmer, Jr 

Abiel W. Fisher 

John C. Gorman 

Johnstone Jones.— 

James Dodge Glenn 

Francis H. Cameron 

Andrew D. Cowles 

Beverly S. Royster 

Thomas R. Robertson 

Joseph F. Armfield 

Roy L. Leinster 

Gordon Smith 

Lawrence W. Young 

Beverly S. Royster... 

J. Van B. Metts 



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1866-1868 

1868-1872 

1872-1877 

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Dec. 1898-Dec. 1904 

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