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Re: Charles Moschero
Posted by: decmay (ID *****0397) Date: October 18, 2010 at 10:14:02
In Reply to: Charles Moschero by rosa of 9052

Well I found him in the 1910 census as Charley Moschero age 20 b. Italy single, a coal miner listed as a Boarder and living in Clinton Twsp, Vermillion County, Indiana. has immigrated 1906.
His WWI record may be in the 20% that survived the 1973 fire at the NARA so you should still try there. www.archives.gov

Indiana is one state that has an excellent WWI Veterans website, here is the link for the information on Charles Moschero:
http://www.wwvets.com/veteran_search_detailed.asp?Last_Name=MOSCHERO&First_Name=Charles

"Last Name: MOSCHERO        
First Name: Charles
Age: 29
Occupation:        
County: Vermillion
Family: Son of Mr. & Mrs. Joe Moschero; born Aug. 23, 1889, Canische, Italy. Came to U.S., and resided in Vermillion County, Ind. eight years. Living in Lehigh, Mont., when he entered service
Service: Army
Company: Co. K, 16th Infantry, 1st Div.
Division: 1
Rank: Private
Merit:       
Comments: Overseas in Dec., 1917. Killed in action July 19, 1918, battle of Soissons.
Enlistment:        
Discharge: Date not listed
Location: Overseas
Battles:        
KIA: Soissons
Burial: Buried "Somewhere in France."
Source        1"

ABMC Burial Information for Charles Moschero
http://www.abmc.gov/search/detailw.
"Entered the Service from: Montana
Died: July 19, 1918
Buried at: Plot A Row 31 Grave 29
Oise-Aisne American Cemetery
Fere-en-Tardenois, France"




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