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Doings Of Battery B

328th Field Artillery American Expeditionary Forces

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 PVT. L. E. GRANGER Ithaca, Mich. The older men in the Battery will recall Private Granger, who was inducted into service September 21, 1917, at Custer, from Ithaca, Gratiot County, Michigan. He was transferred from Custer to Special Guard and Fire Company, Hoboken, New Jersey. Was detailed from there to Port Newark, New Jersey, into 307th Guard and Fire Duty. Later he was transferred to 342nd Fire Truck and Hose Company. Private Granger was trained to Special Fire duty at U. S. Engine D, at Camp Kearney, New Jersey, until after the armistice was signed, and then transferred back to Port Newark until May 5, 1919, when he was recommended for discharge unit to Camp Merritt for fourteen days. From there be was assigned to a Michigan casualty company bound for Camp Custer, and discharged from there May 20, 1919. He was a companionable comrade whom the first men of the Battery will remember.

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