|Street:||521 St. Mark's Avenue|
|Town/Village:||Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.|
|Alternative Address:||Magheraveen, Lanesborough, County Longford/ 669 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, New York.|
Probable census return at Magheraveen
Probable census return at Magheraveen (as Laurence Dennigan)
|Regiment/Unit:||152 Depot Brigade|
|Date of Death:|
|Cause:||Survived the War|
Lawrence Dennigan was probably born in Magheraveen, Co. Longford on 11 April 1895*
Lawrence Dennigan from Magheraveen emigrated to the US in November 1915, via Liverpool, and resided in Brooklyn, New York, where he was living at the time of his enlistment in July 1918. He became a naturalised U.S. citizen in October 1918.
Pte Dennigan was discharged in December 1918, and did not serve overseas.
|Parents Names:||(Possible:) Son of James Dennigan and Mary Anne (née Donlon), Magheraveen.|
|Notes:||*Altnerative birth date: the 11 March 1896* given on a US passport application by Lawrence Dennigan in 1923. However there were two Lawrence Dennigans who were born in Co. Longford in 1892/3, the other being Lawrence Dennigan from Kilmore (son of Patrick Dennigan).|