Harrison County, Missouri
HONORABLE DISCHARGE FROM THE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY
This is to certify, that
Oscar Eisenbarger, Pvt 1st Cl, #4520872-426
Telegraph Bn, S.C.
Franklin Can't, Camp Meade, Md.
The united States Army, as a
Testimonial of Honest and Faithful
Service, is hereby Honorably
Discharged from the military service of
the United States by
reason of Honorable Discharge per Tel.authority
A.G.A. Nov. 15,
1918. Convenience of Gov't & termination of
emergency. Par. 1 S.O.14 Hq C.Z.T. Ky. Jan 14
Said Oscar Eisenbarger was born in Martinsville,
in the State of Missouri.
When enlisted he was 21 6/12 years of
age and by occupation a farmer.
He had blue eyes, brown hair,
fair complexion, and was 5 feet 7 inches
Given under my hand at Camp
Zachary Taylor, Ky, this 20 day of Jan.
one thousand nine
hundred and nineteen.
R.W. Boughten, Lieut._ Col
Name: Oscar Eisenbarger
Enlisted, or Inducted: August 14, 1918 at Bethany,
Serving in first enlistment period at date of
Prior Service: None
Marksmanship, gunner qualification or rating: Never
Horsemanship: Never mounted
skirmishes, expeditions: None
Knowledge of any vocation:
Wounds received in service: None
when discharged: Good
Typhoid prophylaxis completed: August 30,
Paratyphoid prophlaxis completed August 30, 1918
or single: Single
R.R. ticket has been
issued. F.T. Alexander, Agent, Consolidated
Ticket office, Louisville, Ky.
Entitled to travel
pay to Bethany, Mo.
Signature of Soldier: Oscar
Harry N. Hinton, Capt, Inf.
Filed for record 8th day of May, 1919, at 2:30
G.W. Bolar, Recorder
Source: Personal Papers of Jewell