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Millard U BELL 2,200,521~ How to get file?

Millard U BELL 2,200,521
Service Record

Choccolocco, Calhoun County AL
Enlisted at Ft George Washington on 1 May 1913

MD Ft Mc Dowell Calif to Oct 9/17;
Amb Co 366, 317 SN TN to March 8/19;
Med Officers Training Camp, Ft Des Moines, Iowa to Nov 3/19;
Infirmary #442 Serv BN Camp Knox KY to disch.

Lance Corp Nov 1/15
Sgt Dec 21/15
Pvt 1 Cl Feb 24/17
Corp Nov 1/17
Sgt Nov 14/17
Sgt 1 cl Dec 17/17


Served Overseas
June 10 1918 to Feb 24 1919

May 19/19 for re enlistment

============Research Assistance Needed=============

My maternal Uncle, Millard Ulysses Bell, (1879-1927)) is said by family to have died mysteriously in New York State in the process of re-enlistment in the Army Medical Corps. We have not been able to obtain his full file of military service because "the records burned". Family talks of his having some "difficulty" while serving in France. Was reported to be scheduled for enrolled at West Point.

My mother, Etta Augusta Bell Benham, was one of his five sisters who recd death benefits in about 1928. How can we obtain the records on which such disbursement was based?
Any pointers will be much appreciated. To my knowledge he was never married and had no children. Milton is buried in the Gaines Cemetery in Choccolocco, Calhoun County, Alabama.

Thanx Muchly


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Millard U BELL 2,200,521~ How to get file?
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