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Re: Francis Cahill, World War One Veteran
Posted by: Stefan Fetterhoff (ID *****8211) Date: January 10, 2012 at 14:51:01
In Reply to: Re: Francis Cahill, World War One Veteran by patty of 9052

Hi,

I guess my uncle was not wounded by a bullet, but mental "shell shocked" Although I am still unsure, I think I have a canidate, for my uncle being a pvt in the Field Hospital Co. 353, 314th Sanitary Train. Could I have more information on this man? Maybe It can help in my research.

Francis J Cahill
residence: 522 E 83, New York, New York
inducted: LB 142 New York, New York, April 29, 1918
born: New York, NY
Age: 25 11/12 yrs.
Served in: 152 Dep Brigade-Jue 9, 1918 Field Hospital Co 353 314 sanitary train, to discharge.
Served overseas from June 28th 1918-May 24, 1919.

Thanks,

Stefan


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