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|James Aloysius McLaughlin|
|Birth:|| April 11, 1892|
105 Danforth Avenue
Jersey City, New Jersey
|Death:|| January 06, 1964|
Jersey City, New Jersey
|Father:||Owen McLaughlin II (1863-1931)|
|Mother:||Margaret Agnes Conboy (1866-1951)|
|Siblings:|| Katherine Agnes McLaughlin (1893-1989)|
Margaret Mary McLaughlin (1897-1985)
James Aloysius McLaughlin (1892-1964) Private, US Army, World War I; Ironworker; Bachelor (b. April 11, 1892, 105 Danforth Avenue, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA - d. January 06, 1964, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA) Military Service Number 2948383 and Social Security Number 150161066.
He was baptized at Saint Paul the Apostle Parish, Jersey City, New Jersey on April 17, 1892.
- Katherine Agnes McLaughlin (1893-1989) aka Kitty McLaughlin, who married William Thomas Rankin I (1890-1970)
- Margaret Mary McLaughlin (1897-1985) aka Marge McLaughlin, who married Christopher Aloysius Enright I (1888-1980)
World War IEdit
James registered for the draft on June 05, 1917 while working as a inspector for the Hudson County Mosquito Control office in the Bayonne district. He was living at 28 McAdoo Avenue with his family. He was inducted on May 25, 1918 to Company D in the 348th Infantry of the US Army at Camp Dix, New Jersey. He served till January 25, 1919 when he was honorably discharged from Fort Niagara, New York. He had green eyes and brown hair.
Jersey City, New JerseyEdit
He lived at 105 Danforth Avenue in Jersey City in 1892 when he was born and was living at 532 Ocean Avenue in Jersey City from 1893 till at least 1897. In the year 1900 he was living at 152 McAdoo Avenue in Jersey City and at 28 McAdoo Avenue in Jersey City from at least 1917 when he registered for the draft and 1942, when he filled out his Social Security application.
Memories of James Alyosius McLaughlinEdit
- Loretta Enright (1940- ) writes: "He never married. He lived with us in Paramus for a short time. He was my uncle Jimmy, he was a great guy and he had a lot of money. He couldn't manage his money and he didn't pay his taxes properly. He had to sell his houses."