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Re: Early 50-70 Trapdoors

Posted by John S. on Wednesday, 5 July 2017, at 8:05 p.m., in response to Re: Early 50-70 Trapdoors, posted by Ned Harris on Wednesday, 5 July 2017, at 4:10 p.m.

L. WOrthington Moseley is not a common name and a quick look at Ancestry.com turned up such an individual who popped up on an October, 1911 Post Return for the Presidio of San Francisco as a 1st Lieutenant, Company A, 30th Infantry, assigned to recruiting duty, Ft. Slocum, NY, since May 25, 1911.

Veterans death records show he was a Major in WW1 and died December 17, 1921 ans is buried at the Presidio.

A Field Return of March 10, 1911 from the 30th Infantry shows him as a 1st Lt commanding Company A, and the regiment was en route from the Presidio to the Mexican border via San Diego.

He also appear on several Post Returns from Fort Logan, CO (Denver area) 1903-1905 and on October 1904 is a 2nd Lt with Co. B, 2nd Infantry, but other details are illegible (at least to me).

I am sure there is more.


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