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PFC. Kallam, Fletcher Lee 

Service-Member Serial: 3349283

Registered for the Draft: 13 MAY 1918

Enlistment Date: 4 AUG 1918

Enlistment Location: Danbury (Stokes County) North Carolina, United States

Terms of Enlistment: 

Branch of Service: United States Army 

Enlistment Physical Description:

Prior Occupation: Farmer

Race/Ethnicity: White

Marital Status: Single

Height: "Medium"

Build: "Stout"

Eye Color: Blue

Hair Color: Brown

Service Remarks: Under Order #1546, Fletcher traveled to and received basic drill and instruction at Camp Wadsworth in Spartanburg, South Carolina. After initial training, he was assigned to the Medical Detachment, 4th Corps Artillery Park. The 4th Corps Artillery Park deployed to France for a period of 9 months:

- Embarked, 3 SEP 1918, from New York, New York to Marseille, France.

- The war ended 11 NOV 1918.

- Returned to the United States 15 JUN 1919, aboard the USS Santa Paula from St. Nazaire, France.

The 4th Corps Artillery Park handled the logistics, transportation and repair  of ordinance, battery pieces and other supplies for artillery of the 4th Corps. Fletcher served within the medical detachment, which saw to the immediate medical needs of the unit.  

Rank at Separation: Private First Class

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Birth: 9 MAR 1893, Stokes County, North Carolina, United States 

Death: 8 JUL 1967, Winston Salem (Forsyth County), North Carolina, US

Burial: Forsyth Memorial Park (Forsyth County, North Carolina)



- Fletcher Lee Kallam (1893-1967), son of

- Quincy Shelton (1866-1964), daughter of

- Elizabeth Joyce (1831-1896), daughter of

- William B. Joyce (1799-1883), son of

- Isaac Joyce (1755-1831), son of

- Thomas Joyce (1722-1780), son of

- Thomas Joass (1685-UNK), son of

- William Joass 


Julie Kallam Turner

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