Elmer LeRoy Bunger, 1890-1969 [RG0834.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID

RG0834.AM:  Elmer LeRoy Bunger, 1890-1969

Military papers:  1917-1921
Humboldt, Richardson County, Nebraska:  Soldier
Size:  One folder

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Elmer LeRoy Bunger was born at Humboldt, Nebraska, on April 11, 1890. During World War I he served as a sergeant in the 89th Division, 314th Motor Supply Train, Co. E. Bunger died on November 20, 1969. He is buried next to his wife, Ella, in the Upland Cemetery, Franklin County, Nebraska.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The collection consists of one folder of documents relating to Elmer LeRoy Bunger’s military service during World War I. Included are Bunger’s notice to appear for physical examination; a certificate appointing him sergeant of Co. E, 314th Supply Train; discharge paperwork; his individual pay record book; a typed circular from Walter C. Cole to the Officers and Men of the 314th Motor Supply Train thanking them for their service and efforts to help end the war; and an address list of members of the 314th Motor Supply Train (presumably just Co. E).

Note:  Additional materials relating to the 314th Motor Supply Train are located in RG5846.AM.  For a more detailed history of the 314th Motor Supply Train, see:

Bernet, Milton E., The three hundred and fourteenth motor supply train in the World War, published April 29, 1919 [Library call# 355.27 B526t].

INVENTORY

Military papers


Subject headings:

314th Motor Supply Train
Bunger, Elmer LeRoy, 1890-1969
Veterans — Nebraska
World War I


Revised TMM          02-01-2016

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