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James J. Curran

Rank: Private
Street: 79 W 101st Street
Townland: New York City
Town/Village: New York, U.S.A.
Civil Parish:
Catholic Parish: Abbeylara
Country:
Alternative Address: Clough, Dalystown, Granard, County Longford
Census 1901: Residing with his mother at his grandparents' house in Clough
www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Longford/Dalystown/Clough/1549602/
Census 1911: Residing with his mother at his uncle's house in Clough
www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Longford/Dalystown/Clogh/583314/
Regiment/Unit: 302 Engineers, "E" Company, U.S. Army
Regiment Number: 1717433
Date of Death:
Cause: Survived the war
Memorial:
Information: James Curran was born in Co. Longford in c. April 1892. He enlisted in September 1917 and served in France in the Baccarat, Vesle and Oise-Aisne sectors, during which time he was slightly wounded.
Parents Names: Son of Mary Curren, (née Kiernan)
Notes: James was born in America, his father died when he was very young, Mary his mother returned to Longford pre 1901, he was wounded in action in France in September 1918
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