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John Patrick Marr
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Birth: Feb. 16, 1870
Northfield
Washington County
Vermont, USA
Death: Aug. 17, 1899
Worcester
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA

Enlisted in New York 17 Feb 1890. Served with the 10th NY inf Company D. Discharged March 1 1893. Enlisted again 31 May 1893 in his home state of Vermont.

Listed as an Iron Polisher under Captain Montgomery


Spanish American War
Private US Infantry, US Marine Corp.
Died from disease resulting from service.

Youngest son of Patrick Marr Jr.


Younger brother of Thomas Francis Marr.

Buried in Franklin New hampshire

red hair, blue eyes. 5ft*.
Registers of Enlistments in the United States Army, compiled 1798 - 1914. NARA ID: 575272

 
 
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 Parents:
  Patrick Marr (1840 - 1911)
 
 Siblings:
  Richard Henry Marr (1862 - 1863)*
  Thomas Francis Marr (1864 - 1904)*
  Charles Henry Marr (1866 - 1913)*
  John Patrick Marr (1870 - 1899)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Franklin Cemetery
Franklin
Merrimack County
New Hampshire, USA
 
Created by: Macomber
Record added: Apr 08, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25835980
John Patrick Marr
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John Patrick Marr
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John Patrick Marr
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Semper Fi
- Don Henderson
 Added: Oct. 12, 2016
Your service to our country is remembered by the Sons of Spanish American War Veterans.
- Spanish American War
 Added: Apr. 18, 2015
A remembrance for you...
- Zella
 Added: Aug. 23, 2009
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