O’Connor, Frank

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Frank O'Connor

Frank O’Connor

Photos provided by Erma O’Connor, Daughter-in-Law of Frank O’Connor.

Frank O’Connor was born in Hand Station, Wayne County and lived in Detroit, but moved to Chelsea in later years. He used to summer at North Lake.

Frank enlisted on December 4th, 1917 at the age of 28 with an occupation of farmer. He enlisted in Plymouth, Michigan. He was discharged on April 25, 1919. Frank O’Connor was a Private 1st Class in the Battery D 328th Field Artillery. While overseas Frank served in the Toul Sector of northeastern France.

Frank O'Connor Enlistment Record

Frank O’Connor Enlistment Record

Frank O'Connor Honorable Discharge Record

Frank O’Connor Honorable Discharge Record

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This project is funded in part by Michigan Humanities Council, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.