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Certificate of Discharge

from Civilian Conservation Corps

for "William Harnage"

Submitted by Nell Harnage

 

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Transcribed as follows:

Certificate of Discharge

from Civilian Conservation Corps

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT William Hornage, CC4-82284, A MEMBER OF THE CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS, WHO WAS ENROLLED April 15, 1934  AT Fort McPherson, Georgia, IS HEREBY DISCHARGED THEREFROM, BY REASON OF Honorably discharged because of completion of authorized period of service.  SAID William Hornage WAS BORN IN Naylor IN THE STATE OF Georgia. WHEN ENROLLED HE WAS 19 YEARS OF AGE AND BY OCCUPATION A Laborer. HE HAD Blue EYES, Light Brown HAIR, Ruddy COMPLEXION, AND WAS FEET 10 INCHES IN HEIGHT. HIS COLOR WAS White

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AT Ocala, Florida THIS thirtieth DAY OF September, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND thirty-four 

John A. Darrow Captain, CASC, Oglethorpe,

Comdg. Co #1401, CCC Ocala, Florida


 

RECORD OF SERVICE IN THE CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS

Served from: 4-1534-5 to: 15-34 Under War Dept at Ft. McPherson, GA. Type of work: Reconditioning.  Manner of performance: Satisfactory. From 5-4-34 to 9-30-34 Under War Dept at Ocala, Florida. Type of work: Reforestation. Manner of performance: Satisfactory.

    AWOL from Sept 17, 1934 to Sept 18, 1934 incl. Honorably discharged September 30, 1934. Occupational Qualifications: Laborer.

Discharged Sept 30, 1934 from Ocala, Florida. Transportation provided from Ocala, Florida to Valdosta, Georgia

John A. Darrow Captain, CASC, Oglethorpe,

Comdg. Co #1401, CCC Ocala, Florida


 

Certificate of Discharge

from Civilian Conservation Corps

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,

THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT William Harnage, CC4-0151624, A MEMBER OF THE CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS, WHO WAS ENROLLED June 18, 1935  AT Valdosta, Georgia, IS HEREBY DISCHARGED THEREFROM, BY REASON OF Honorably; to accept other employment.  SAID William Harnage WAS BORN IN Lowndes County IN THE STATE OF Georgia. WHEN ENROLLED HE WAS 19 YEARS OF AGE AND BY OCCUPATION A Truck Driver. HE HAD Brown EYES, Brown HAIR, Ruddy COMPLEXION, AND WAS FEET 11 INCHES IN HEIGHT. HIS COLOR WAS White

GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AT Fargo, Georgia THIS seventh DAY OF June, ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND thirty-seven 

S. Garner, Capt. Inf., CASC - McClellan Commanding


RECORD OF SERVICE IN CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS

Note: Nell, William Harnage's daughter, said that William was AWOL several times, due to trying to take care of his family. This is his mother listed below as Mrs. Mattie Harnage. He was not married at the time.

Served from 6/18/35 to 6/7/37, under War Department at Fargo, Georgia. Type of work: Truck Driver. Manner of performance: Satisfactory.

Member not rated. AWOL 9/15/37; AWP 3/13-15/36 Incl. AWP 4/13-14/37; Incl., AWOP 8/7-10/36 Incl., AWOL 10/5/36, AWOL 10/26/36, AWP 12/8-10/36 Incl., No special qualifications of member noted. Member notified of provisions of paragraph 18C, WDR, CCC, May 15, 1935 as changed by change No. 42. FERA allottee notified of discontinuance of allotment. $25.00 monthly allotment to Mrs. Mattie Harnage, Naylor, Georgia

Discharged June 7, 1937 at Fargo, Georgia

No transportation furnished.

S. B. Garner Capt., Inf. CASG McClellan, Commanding.


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