|Death: ||Jun. 14, 1921|
Joseph Charles Manning served as a Sergeant in Company H, 50th U.S. Infantry Regiment, 20th Infantry Division, United States Army during World War I.
He was originally from the State of Illinois.
He died of pneumonia in the Station Hospital at Coblenz (Koblenz), Germany.
He was initially buried in a cemetery in France, then his body was later sent to the U.S. for reburial.
He was interred in the Gettysburg National Cemetery on or about September 18, 1921.
JOSEPH CHARLES MANNING
The name of Joseph Charles Manning, Gettysburg, appears on to-day's casualty list among those wounded, degree undetermined. Sergeant Manning was here in 1917 with the Fourth Infantry. He named as the person to be notified in the event of an emergency Miss Marie Horner. She received notice from the War Department of the soldier's injury and has also heard directly from him since he was wounded. He stated that he had been hit in the side but that he was recovering nicely under the skilled care of the American hospitals.
(From THE GETTYSBURG TIMES, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Monday, October 21, 1918)
SERGT. 50 INF.
JUNE 14, 1921
Note: Section 8, Row 2, Position 19
Gettysburg National Cemetery
Plot: Section 8, Site #50
Created by: Karl Stelly
Record added: Nov 05, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43971731