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Albert Cash War Records

 Collection
Identifier: 1967-0295M

Scope and Contents

The collection includes records related to Albert Cash's military career and include his World War I Honorable Discharge; Civilian Conservation Corps Honorable Discharge; and various certificates from the World War II Auxiliary Military Police.

Dates

  • 1919-1944

Biographical / Historical

Albert was born in Hapeville, GA, to Thomas J. and Fannie (Mary Frances) Shaw Cash. He worked on his father's farm before enlisted in the armed services for World War I, when he served in Company E 428 Telegraph Battalion until his discharge. Later, he worked as a welder, completed a Civilian Conservation Corps stint in the early 1940s, and worked in the Auxiliary Military Police during World War II. Albert married Catherine Blalock in 1919. He died February 19, 1960 and is buried at Jones Memorial Cemetery in Forest Park, Clayton County, Georgia.

Extent

6 items

Language of Materials

English

Title
Albert Cash War Records
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Georgia Archives Manuscript Collections Repository

Contact:
5800 Jonesboro Rd
Morrow GA 30214 United States