I recently came across a box of papers, pictures, and a small journal belonging to Claude Sorrell in the 322nd infantry. The journal gives the 176 names and addresses of the men in his company and denotes the six men that were in his squad on November 8th during the Meuse Argonne Offensive. It outlines chronologically from his reporting in Raleigh, N.C on September 18, 1917 to his Discharge on June 25, 1919. Included is the route he took from basic to the frontline and also the 250 km hike to Beaune where he attended the A.E.F University. I have attached pictures and documents relating to his service which I have put in a binder and I am attatching a transcribed PDF document for anybody who is interested in this kind of stuff.
Claude Sorrell Diary.pdf