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A friend asked me to see if there is anyway to ID a WW1 DESC with the number #2100

 

I can't recall if there is a list or not for these.

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within minutes I get the answer-

DSC #2100 was awarded to Sgt John W. Doyle, a Medic in the 125th Infantry. He was from Michigan.

 

hurrah- and thanks

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