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World War One Nevilles
Posted by: Stefan Fetterhoff (ID *****8211) Date: December 29, 2011 at 09:59:14
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I've found in the 1910 census two of my great grand uncles that are
listed as Veterans. I'm guessng that it is the Spanish American War.

From 1910 census: From a book that was made for my family.

Thomas Neville 28 yrs. -Dectective for Railroad-It says U-C Vet. Army/
Navy-2 (the box is checked off indicating Army/Navy with a 2. -I
wonder what this means? Thomas was born August 5th 1881.

Joseph Neville (Thomas's brother) 22 yrs old. Stenographer: He was in
the military just like his brother... but, the number checked off is
8. Joseph was born on January 23, 1887, and died July 15, 1964.

Both were born in Scranton PA-I wold like to know if they served in the military. (which war) did the continue to serve during WW1?



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