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Re: missing military and medical records Charles Henges DOB 1896
Posted by: MICHAEL HIGGINS (ID *****1829) Date: August 14, 2009 at 15:00:56
In Reply to: missing military and medical records Charles Henges DOB 1896 by Chris Smith of 9041

The Olean Evening Herald (Olean, New York) edition of October 22 1918 list
From the commanding General, Allied Expeditionary Forces
-Todays Casualty List-
Severely wounded
Henges, Charles G. Brooklyn N.Y.

google books lists a book titled
Brooklyn and Long Island-- in the War: a record of deeds and casualty listsı
by Peter J. Linder
No preview available - 1996
Pvt. Charles G. Henges, Co. G, wounded severely

If you go to
http://www.archive.org/details/roster106thinfan00philrich
A short history and illustrated roster of the 106th Infantry, United States, Colonel Frank H. Norton commanding

in the "View the book"
click PDF then either open or save file

once the book image appears type Company g in the find box
, when it goes to image scroll down thru officers, and the pfc's. until you get to page with privates. Charles is # 31 at bottom of page, 31 refers to the image above text, where you will find headshot image of him in uniform.

Info on the unit is at
http://www.dmna.state.ny.us/historic/reghist/wwi/infantry/106thInf/106thInfMain.htm



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