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Nevilles in WW1, Scranton, PA
Posted by: Stefan Fetterhoff (ID *****8211) Date: January 08, 2012 at 17:04:48
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Hi,

I have two great grand uncles, Joseph Bartholomew and Thomas Patrick Neville.

Thomas was born in Scranton, on August 5th, 1881 and married Mame Gardello. In the 1910 census, in the box that says U-C Army/Navy a 2 in checked off.

Joseph was born on January 3rd, 1887 and died July 15, 1964. He married Pauline Schrieber. Again, Joseph was listed as a Vet, but an 8 is written in the column that says U-C Army/Navy.

What do the numbers mean? Did the men serve in the the First World War? What was their regiment? And, were they over seas?

Thanks,

Stefan


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