John Pack
Private First Class, United States Army

“KENTUCKY COUNCIL OF DEFENSE, World War Historical Record. Lawrence County.

Name – PACK, John Army Serial No. – 1,997,919 White or Colored – White

Residence – Louisa, KY

Inducted at – Louisa, Ky on Feb 24/18

Place of birth – George Creek, Ky. Age or date of birth – 24 1/12 yrs

Organizations served in, with dates of assignments and transfers: 29 Co 8 Tng Bn 159 Dep Brig to Apr 24/18; 15 Co 2 Inf Repl Regt Cp Gordon Ga to May 21/18; Co C 115 Inf to Disch.

Grades, with date of appointment: Pvt 1cl Sept 1/18; Pvt Mch /19


Wounded in action (degree and date): Slightly about Oct 23/18

Served overseas from June 15/18 to May 24/19

Honorably discharged on demobilization: June 3/19

In view of occupation he was, on date of discharge, reported 0 per cent, disabled.


This sheet is a copy of the card which was furnished to the Adjutant General of Kentucky by the Adjutant General of the United States under Act of Congress, July 11, 1919, and the above record has been copied by the Kentucky Council of Defense and furnished to the county as part of the war historical work of the Council.”

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Lawrence County, Kentucky Veterans

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