CPL. Joyce, Walter Dowell 

Service-Member Serial: 884014

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Enlistment Date: 11 MAY 1918

Enlistment Location: Fort Lawton, Washington

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Branch of Service: United States Army 

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Race/Ethnicity: White

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Service Remarks: Walter Dowell Joyce enlisted into the United States Army at the age of 21 at Fort Lawton in Washington State. It was here he served in the garrison Quartermaster Corps. First assigned as the Quartermaster for the 304th Mechanical Repair Shop. Shortly after assigned as the same for the 392nd Mechanical Repair Shop before finally being assigned to the 392nd Service Park/Machine Truck Shop Unit. 

Rank at Separation: Corporal

Separation Date: 20 MAY 1919

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Condition of Separation: Honorable, with 30% disability

Birth: 15 NOV 1897, Everson, Washington, United States 

Death: 2 MAR 1951

Burial: Greenacres Memorial Park, Ferndale, Washington, United States

LINEAGE

 - Walter Dowell Joyce (1896-1951), son of

- George C. Joyce (1856-1933), son of

- Jackson Joyce (1812-1866), son of

- James Joyce (1773-1845), son of

- Alexander Joyce (1741-1827), son of

- Alexander Joyce (1719-1778), son of

- Thomas Joass (1685-UNK), son of

- William Joass  

 INFORMATION SUBMITTED BY:

Shannon Joyce 

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