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DiCarlo, Filippo: Naturalization Record, Petersburg City

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Honorable Discharge from The United States Army TO ALL WHOM It MAY CONCERN This is to Certify, That* Filipo Dicarlo #4083693 † Private Co 4 1st Tr. Bn., 153rd Depot Brigade 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 ‡ Letter A.G.U.S. Nov 15, 1918 Said Filippo Dicarlo #4083693 was born in Poggio Delle Rose, in the State of Italy When enlisted he was 23 years of age and by occupation a laborer He had brown eyes, dark brown hair, dark complexion, and was 5 feet 4 inches in height. Given under my hand at Camp Dix, N.J. this 28th day of December, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen

Washington, D.C. SEP 23 1919 [D.J. Clark [Paid?] 60 under Act of Congress, approved Major [Inf?]. U.S.A. February 24th, 1919 Commanding. C.E. GRAY Major, Q.M. Corps.

Form NO. 525, A.G.O. Oct. 9-18. 3-3164

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† Insert Army serial number, grade, company and regiment or arm or corps or department; e.g., "1,620,302"; "Corporal, Company A, 1st Infantry"; Sergeant, Quartermaster Corps"; Sergeant, First Class, Medical Department." ‡ If discharged prior to expiration of service, give number, date and source of order or full description of authority therefor.