Summary

Conflict Period:
World War I 1
Branch:
Army 2
Rank:
Sergeant 2
Birth:
18 Mar 1896 1
St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota 2
Death:
28 Oct 1977 1
Doylestown, PA 2
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Person:
Reuben Carl Tell 2
Reuben Tell 1
Social Security Number: ***-**-3084 1
Birth:
18 Mar 1896 1
St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota 2
Death:
28 Oct 1977 1
Doylestown, PA 2
Cause: Unknown 1
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World War I 1

Branch:
Army 2
Rank:
Sergeant 2
Enlistment Date:
14 Dec 1917 1
Release Date:
17 Jun 1921 1

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World War I. Herbert and Rueben enlisted in the Air Force so they left in December. Reuben went to Texas. . Rueben was sent from Texas to Have De Grace, Maryland and he was in the Army for four years. . He married a girl from there in March 1921 and they lived in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

The Honor Roll of Ramsey County Minnesota
A Record of Ramsey County's Contribution To the Winning of the Great War
Copyright 1919
J.K. Jennings
Name Address Page DOB Rank
Reuben C. Tell 910 Arkwright 112 03/18/1896 Sergeant

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Reuben Carl Tell
City: St Paul
County: Ramsey
State: Minnesota
Birthplace: Minnesota
Birth Date: 18 Mar 1896
Race: White
Roll: 1675892
DraftBoard: 1

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name: Reuben Carle Tell
Birth Date: 18 Mar 1896
Residence: Bucks, Pennsylvania
Birth: Saint Paul, Minnesota
Roll: WW2_2281425
Note regarding the images for the states of PA, MD, VT, and DE. These four states were scanned at the National Archives facility in such a way that the back of one person’s draft card appears on the same image as the front of the next individual. The result is that when you click to view the original image, you will see the correct front side of the draft card, but the back of the previous soldier’s card. Ancestry is aware of this problem, and is working quickly to correct this issue.

1920 he was stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground - Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) is a United States Army facility located in Aberdeen, Maryland, (in Harford County).
APG is the U.S. Army's oldest active proving ground, established on October 20, 1917, six months after the U.S. entered World War I. Its location allowed design and testing of ordnance materiel to take place near contemporary industrial and shipping centers. The proving ground was created as a successor to the Sandy Hook Proving Ground, which was too small for some of the larger weapons being tested.

 

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