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Re: Lost WW1 Veteran
Posted by: Terry Kaye (ID *****8420) Date: May 16, 2012 at 14:08:03
In Reply to: Re: Lost WW1 Veteran by Gayle Watson of 9053

No, I'm not related and I'm afraid I can't tell you more than what's in the obituary. I've done and continue to do a lot of research on the 42nd Division, and will be sure to let you know if I come across anything more on Corporal Daly. I assume you already know that his regiment, known as the "Fighting Irish" or the "Fighting 69th" (the original NY unit designation)is one of the most famous of the Great War, and with good reason; they were in the thickest of the thick of it. His descendants can take great pride in his service.


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