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Albert Walther Seiffert

Albert was born May 29, 1893. He was know as Slim to family.

His parents were Samuel Adolph Seiffert and Charlotte Klukas. He was the ninth child of fourteen.

Albert married Wilhelmina Toelke on December 18, 1921 in Manning, Oregon. They had four children: Walter Lewis (October 8, 1922 to April 27, 2009); Ellen Louise (March 7, 1925 to September 15, 2009): Living Son (1926 to current): and Oradell Jean (June 5, 1928 to April 1, 2012).

Albert died in Oregon on September 19, 1929 at the age of 36 years, 3 months, 20 days. He is buried in Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery, Hillsboro, Oregon.

Slim was listed on the roll as a student in Scholls, Washington, Oregon, 1907.
He was inducted into the military in Mare Island, California, 17 Nov 1917. Slim served in the military in Mare Island, California, 17 Nov 1917. Slim served in the military in Pearl Harbor, 24 Jan 1918 to 08 Feb 1919
He was released from active duty in Mare Island, California, 09 Apr 1919.
UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS. To all whom it may Concern:
Know ye, that Albert Walter Seiffert, a Private, 1st Cl of the MARINE CORPS RESERVE, Class 4C, who was enrolled the 17th day of November 1917, at Mare Island, Cal to serve FOUR years, IS HEREBY DISCHARGED from the United States Marine Corps and from the service of the United States BY REASON OF Medical Survey for Disability.
Said Albert W Seiffert was born May 29, 1893, at Scholls, Oregon and when enrolled was 70 1/2 inches high, with brown eyes, black hair, ruddy complexion, occupation, farmer; citizenship, U. S.
Given under my hand and delivered at Mare Island, Cal this 9th day of April, 1919. Paid in full $179.06. E. A. Johnston, Captain, U.S.M.C., Commanding Supply Detachment
Character Excellent Bronze Victory Button Furnished J L Gle Date 12/30 1920 Victory Medal issued this date, C.O.) EB??? O.I.C.) Post or Station Portland, Ore Discharge button issued Dec.30th, 1920
A True Copy Geo D Hoban Notary Public for Oregon My Commission expires January 1st 1924 Adj't & Insp. Dept. Marine Corps Washington Received 1920 Feb 28 PM 3 Recorded Mar 1 1920
MILITARY RECORD Previous service None Noncommisioned officer None Marksmanship qualification Sharpshooter July 1, 1918 Gun pointer None Sea service None Foreign service Pearl Harbor Jan 24 1918 to Feb 8 1919 Expeditions None Battles,

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