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Patrick Farrell

Rank: Corporal
Street:
Townland:
Town/Village: Ogden, Utah
Civil Parish: Killoe
Catholic Parish: Dromard
Country: U.S.A.
Alternative Address: Fostragh, Aughnacliffe; Providence, Rhode Island.
Census 1901: Yes
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Census 1911:
Regiment/Unit: 39th Infantry Regiment, 4th Division, U.S. Army
Regiment Number: 2264231
Date of Death: 26-09-1918
Cause: Killed in action
Memorial: Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France
Information:

Patrick was born in Longford c.1892.

He lived in Providence Rhode Island, where his sister Rose also resided, before moving to Utah, where he was drafted to the U.S. Army on 25 October 1917. He sailed on the Dante Alegheiri from Jersey City on the 10 May 1918. His sister Rose, who was living at 160 Columbia Avenue, Providence, was his emergency contact.

Parents Names: Son of Owen and Catherine Farrell of Fostragh.
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Links:

Link to ABMC entry; Utah and The World War, Noble Warrum, 1922; Ogden Daily Standard, 27 July 1918; 

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