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Bernard McCoy

Rank: Private
Street: 420 11th Street
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Town/Village: New York City, New York
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Country: U.S.A.
Alternative Address: Carrickathane, Ballinalee
Census 1901: Yes
http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/nai001024823/
Census 1911: Yes
http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/reels/nai002889345/
Regiment/Unit: 309th New York Infantry, Company F
Regiment Number: 1747065
Date of Death:
Cause: Survived the war
Memorial:
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Bernard was a survivor of the Titanic sinking. He enlisted in the army on 3 April 1918 at Jersey City. He was gassed during the war. He was discharged from the army at Unit 4, Camp Dix, New Jersey on 12 June 1919. In his final years, Bernard was a resident of the Veterans Administration Hospital in the Bronx. He died in July 1945 and is interred in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdall.

Parents Names: Son of John McCoy and Bridget Cole
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