George Younginger

Private George A. Younginger, 28, son of Mrs. Albert Younginger of 44 Wilson Place, Belleville, was killed in action on June 5, 1918.

He served in Company A of the 9th Machine Gun Battalion at the time of his death in France.

He served overseas from April 2, 1918, to his death. Born in Jersey City, he lived in Belleville and joined the Army at Newark on Nov. 19, 1917.

George A. Younginger, KIA, WWI, Belleville, N.J.


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