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WW I picture of 200 men at Camp Greenleaf, GA Dec.03,1918

WW I picture of 200 men at Camp Greenleaf, GA Dec.03,1918

Posted: 22 Jun 2002 8:38PM GMT
Classification: Military
Edited: 22 Jul 2002 11:41PM GMT
My father, Capt. William H. Hamley, was Commanding Officer of this Evacuation Hosp.at Camp Greenleaf, Georgia. I have names on many of the men being treated and later sent on to Arizona to another hospital. I also have names of officers serving there, like LT. Royden J. Swanson, 2nd Lt. Chas. A. Woffes, 2nd Lt. Albert J. Paquin, 2nd Lt. Nettles Chapman, these were in Administration. In surgical, to name a few, are Capt. Mark Goldstine, Lt. Emory Parke,Paul Hunter, Wenzel Gaylor.and many more. Anyquestions ask me. The info I have is in a scrapbook if interested.

Re: WW I picture of 200 men at Camp Greenleaf, GA Dec.03,1918

Posted: 25 Sep 2002 8:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 7 Mar 2003 8:27PM GMT
Mabel,
By any chance did your father make any note of the band company that was there? My grandfather, Samuel Ford was a SFC and at some point was at Camp Greenleaf.
Thanks, Brenda

Re: WW I picture of 200 men at Camp Greenleaf, GA Dec.03,1918

Posted: 26 Sep 2002 12:16AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Mar 2004 8:26PM GMT
Brenda, Sorry, I looked at the roster of the 200 men in the picture taken at Camp greenleaf, GA which is dated Dec.07, 1918 and no Samuel Ford on the list. The picture is dated Dec. 03, 1918. Wish there had been.

Mabel H. Hughes

Re: WW I picture of 200 men at Camp Greenleaf, GA Dec.03,1918

Posted: 26 Sep 2002 12:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 7 Mar 2003 8:27PM GMT
thank you Mabel.
I do have a picture of the band from a Chattanooga newspaper (no date) as they were parading through the street heading toward a train to take them to Camp Gordon.
I appreciate your checking.
Brenda

Re: WW I picture of 200 men at Camp Greenleaf, GA Dec.03,1918

Posted: 24 Dec 2004 6:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Can you let me know if you have any more information on Mark Goldstine. I believe this is a great-uncle of mine.

Re: WW I picture of 200 men at Camp Greenleaf, GA Dec.03,1918

Posted: 25 Mar 2013 10:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Is there a Grover Cleveland Franklin? He was a 1st Lt in the Med. Corps.
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