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Transfers

Men were transferred to other units for various reasons, medical, over age, to form cadres for other units, infraction of rules, etc. 

Although I do not have names of many of those who left the 242nd, these are a few names that I do know who left my battery, Battery A.  Some are names of men who were in Battery B, these names were supplied by Verne Sanders of that Battery.

Adams, John T.
Androws, Ernst
Barnacle, Howard
Barnes, Frank
Beasley, Eldred
Bilquist, Harold
Bryan, Marcus
Carillo - Wyooming
Carlson, Gustav
Chance, Charles
Cooper, Lee - Oregon
Cyphers, Lyn
Davis, Lawrence
Faulkner, Harvey - California
Felhafer, Walter - Nebraska
Gentlemen, William
Gilbertson, Kenneth
Goodrich, Major
Grimes, Francis - Nebraska
Hall, Virgil
Hamilton, George
Harmin, Roy
Harper, Emmet
Hotchkiss, Chief - N.D.
Howard, William
Hurbert, Ray
Isenhart, Charles
Knox, Harry
Lamb, Donald - Oregon
Lizak, Frank
Marshall, Vernon - Nebraska
McCubbin, William
McFarland, Sgt - Minnesota
Meeks, Sgt - Oklahoma
Moore, Ted, Washington
Moran, Sgt - Tennessee
Myra, George - Montana
Oliver, Allen
Passanati - Wyoming
Peterson, Leonard
Pritchard, John
Ramsbottom, Bert
Ramstead, Elmer
Ransom, PFC - Oregon
Rauch, Martin - California
Rhoades, Walter - Oregon
Sadlacek - Nebraska
Schaible, Mark
Schryer, Donald
Small, Harlan
Standley, Ralph
Thomas, Lt
Thomas, William
Thompson, Melvin
Thorleifren, John
Tobiason, Albert - Nebraska
Trussell, Flavel E. - Missouri
Tvrdy, Edward - Nebraska
Webb, Lt.
Wefer, William
Wieshert, Walter, Nebraska
Willoughby,  Lt. Harvey - Colorado

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