Army Memorabilia

Price, William. T.

Rank: 1st Lieutenant
Military Branch: Mach. Gun Co., 45th Inf.
Origin: New York
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William Thomas Price was born July 20, 1893 in Lincoln, Nebraska, the son of George and Hettie Price. He enlisted in 1915 as a Private, and was in the Mexican Campaign with Co. G, 3rd New York Infantry that was organized in Rochester, New York. He re-enlisted August 27, 1917. Records show that he was in the Machine Gun Company, 45th Infantry in Camp Sheridan, Alabama. He was appointed 2nd Lt. in July, 1918, then 1st Lt. in August, and was discharged December 7, 1919. There is no record of WW1 overseas service. The 1925 National Guard Register shows him in Company G, 108th Infantry in Rochester.

This group consists of Price's WW1 Victory medal with no bars, US Mexican Border medal, New York State Mexican Border medal, New York State WW1 medal numbered 12929, and his 1918 WW1 Rochester, NY medal engraved with his name on the reverse. Copies of internet research are included with the group.

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