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Re: Meaning of Inscription
Posted by: decmay (ID *****0397) Date: July 17, 2011 at 18:00:42
In Reply to: Meaning of Inscription by Andrea Hunting of 893

I would say Transport or Truck Company.

Find him in 1930 census in Tacoma, Pierce Co WA where cemetery is located. Living in Son-in-law's household with daughter b. abt 1896 in Idaho, has Veteran-SP.

Spanish American War Pensions are included in the database "Civil War Pension Index...." on Ancestry, from the NARA source:"General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. T288, 546 rolls.":

a Peter J. Flynn filed in Idaho May 4th 1903 and has service as E, 2 & G, U.S. Cav. No widow listed.

"U.S. Army Register of Enlistments...." has Peter J. Flynn, enlisted May 12th 1897 in Walla Walla, WA, age 33 b. mayo Ireland assigned 4th Cav Company G last service looks like 3 or E ls 4 Cav 5/11/1897 Discharged Feb 25th 1899 SO#7 Also 99 Manila, P.I. Pvt "Very Good"

1900 census has Peter J Flynn with wife Edna, and 3 daughters including oldest Edna living in Wardner, Shoshone County ID.


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