|Alternative Address:||32 New York Avenue, Brooklyn, New York City, USA|
|Regiment/Unit:||23rd Infantry Regiment. Later 1st Company, 50th Infantry Regiment, U.S. Army.|
|Date of Death:||17-10-1918|
|Cause:||Broncho-Pneumonia, Manhattan, New York.|
|Memorial:||Holy Cross Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York City, U.S.A.|
Edward was born in May 1877 (or 1874) in Forgney Co. Longford. Served in the Washington Barracks, Washington DC.
|Parents Names:||Son of Patrick Conlon and Mary (née Ward), Forgney, Ballymahon, Co. Longford|
|Notes:||Was in the US Disciplinarian Barracks, Governors Island, New York prior to death. Patrick Ward of 94 Wykoff Street, Brooklyn was notified of death. He may have previously served in the Spanish-American War 1899-1902 in the 13th Infantry.|