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Letter to the Commanding Officer concerning the death of Sergeant Elmer Bullis, Company C, 150th Machine Gun Battalion, 42nd Division, while in France. Field Hospital No. 19, Fourth Sanitary Train, American E. F. 4 August, 1918 From: The Commanding Officer To: Commanding Officer Company C, 150th Machine Gun Battalion Subject: Death of Sergeant Elmer Bullis, 113333, Infantry. 1. Report death of Sergeant Elmer Bullis, 113333, Infantry, of your command at this hospital at 5:15 P.M., August 3, 1918. 2. Cause of Death: "GSW battle multiple." 3. Place of burial: Civil Cemetery of Epoux, France. 4. personal effects if any, forwarded to Effects Depot. S.O.S., American E. F., with inventory of same. Ralph McReynolds, 1st Lieutenant, M. R. C.
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