Charles Stanley Perry

Fort Sheridan, Illinois, 1917

Portrait of a Son

(Son on of Frances DeLancy McNair)
"Charles Stanley, the eldest, is a graduate of the Wauwatosa high school and of the University of Wisconsin and was for one year a student in the law department of the latter institution. Completing his studies at the law school of Marquette University, he passed the state bar examination and was admitted to practice in 1917. 
In the same year he entered the officers training camp at Fort Sherdian, Illinois, where he was commissioned first lieutenant and assigned to the Eighty-first Field Artillery, his commission bearing date November 27, 1917, from which service on the 14th of February, 1919, he received his honorable discharge. 
He was first sent to Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, afterward to Camp Fremont, California, and later to the government training school at Fort Sill. Oklahoma, after which he went overseas and served in France throughout the remainder of the war."


Portrait of a Soldier

Name: Charles Stanley Perry
Birth Date: 1891-10-28
Birth Location: Omaha, NE
Parents: Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. (Frances D. McNair) Perry
Education: High School; University and Law School
Religious Affiliation: Congregational
Occupation and Employer: Lawyer, Firm of Perry and Perry, Milwaukee
Service Entry Date: 1917-08-27
Service Entry Location: Fort Sheridan, IL
Branches of Service: Army - Artillery - Field Artillery
Regiment or Ship: 81st Field Artillery, 8th Division
Company: Battery D
Rank: First Lieutenant
Promotions and Honors: Commissioned First Lieutenant F.A.L.R.C.
First Field Address: Fort Sheridan, IL
Last Field Location: France Date Mustered Out: 1919-02-14
Location Mustered Out: Camp Knox, KY
Home Address: 130 E. Milwaukee Ave., Wauwatosa
Remarks: Stationed Ft. Oglethorpe, Camp Fremont, H. SillSeut oversees Nov 1. 1918 to Jan, 18, 1919.