Soldier Summary

Howard H. Pellagrom

Altername names
  • Pellegrom, Howard H.
  • Pellegram, Howard H.
Military History

Rank: Second Lieutenant

Unit: United States. Army. Infantry, 339th. Company H.

Medals Awarded
  • Distinguished Service Cross (D.S.C.)
ResidenceGrand Haven, MI
medal awarded (DSC)[1]4/2/1919Bolshie Ozerki (Russia)
Student at Officers' Training Camp[2]5/15/1917-8/14/1917Ft. Sheridan, IL
Appointed 2d. Lt., Inf., and assigned to Camp Custer, Mich.[2]8/15/1917
Appointed Corp. [2]4/3/1917
Appointed Pvt. 1st Cl.[2]7/25/1916
called for Federal Service (Mexican border)[2]6/19/1916
Honorably discharged[2]9/4/1919
Honorably discharged to enter Officers' Training Camp[2]5/14/1917
Promoted to 1st Lt., Inf.[2]4/18/1924
Reappointed 2d. Lt., Inf., Mich. N.G. assigned to Co. F, 126th Infantry[2]9/2/1923
Released from Federal call[2]2/15/1917
Reported dead since 1936 reunion
Transferred to Co. G, 126th Inf.[2]6/10/1929

[2]George Albers Papers

Albert E. Geltz papers, 1919

Charles E. Lewis papers, 1917-1958 (scattered)

The history of the American expedition fighting the Bolsheviki; campaigning in north Russia 1918-1919

History of the 339th Regiment of Infantry, 1917-1926 (with who's who in and roster of the regiment)

Edward Flaherty papers, 1918-1919



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