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cagedfalcon

A friend picked these up for me at an antique mall, knows me well.

 

No story, not even sure they go together. I've been through resources I have access to & am unable to find O'Mealy on any list.

 

Are these all WW1?

 

Thanks

 

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Source:  FamilySearch.org

 

 

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His Silver Star Citation is a blanket award given to a couple hundred men of the 16th on General Orders #5, 1st Infantry Brigade, June 1919. 

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cagedfalcon

Thank you all for your assistance.
The time you spend helping others in research is very much appreciated!

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