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Frank Rawley Waters Sr.

Submitted by: Amy L. Waters Great-Granddaughter


Frank Rawley Waters Sr. mugFrank Rawley Waters Sr. born around 1897. Frank Waters served in World War 1 with the United States Army. The enlistment was in 1918 and the service was completed in 1919.

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Frank Rawley Waters (1897-1989) registered for the World War I draft on June 5, 1918. At the time of the draft he was living in Riley, Kansas and working for himself as a farmer. He listed his next of kin as his mother, Mary Badger.

Frank enlisted in the United States Army on August 14, 1918, in Manhattan, Kansas. He was appointed a non-commissioned officer on December 28, 1918, serving as a Sergeant in the Motor Transport Corps Repair Unit #304.

He was discharged from the service on April 4, 1919, while serving at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

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