Charles Mc Ginty
Private Charles Mc Ginty, 26, of 171 Garden Avenue, Belleville, N.J., was killed in action on Sept. 29, 1918.

He joined the Army from New Jersey.

Pvt. Mc Ginty served with the 147th Infantry Regiment, 37th Infantry Division.

He is survived by his sister Mrs. Lillie Schroeder of 126 Courtlandt Street, Belleville.

He is listed as Missing in Action or Buried at Sea on the Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France.

Mc Ginty is listed as Missing in Action or Buried at Sea on the Tablets of the Missing at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France.


Private Charles Mc Ginty of Belleville, was killed in action on Sept. 29, 1918.

Private Charles Mc Ginty of Belleville, NJ, was killed in action on Sept. 29, 1918.

 


Sources:

American Battle Monuments Commission

State of New Jersey Dept. of State Div. of Archives & Records Management: World War I Casualties: Descriptive Cards and Photographs.

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