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Irvin GUINTY's Military Records.

Journal by kathleenc

I am having a hard time finding Irvin GUINTY's military records online. He served in WWI, volunteer infantry, I'm assuming he enlisted in Kansas (Born and died there). He died in 1949, so he didn't die in combat. Any advise would be very helpful.

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by kathleenc Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2011-04-10 11:31:40

I'm also researching Guyton, Cole, McAlister lines. Just starting on the GUINTY, SNODGRASS, PIPER line on my father's line. My ancestors came from England, Ireland, Scotland. They settled in Massachussetts, Kansas, Mississippi, Virginia, North Carolina. I have also been researching the Manning line on my fathers side. The Sanders line is nearly complete, exept the large wall between William Aaron and his ancestors (Thanks to DNA evidence disproving a large part of my work, and the work of others!). Would love to hear from any distant cousins I have out there!

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by Aussie1947 on 2011-04-10 19:38:06

Hi kathleenc,

Your Irvin's WW1 registration was entered as Ivorn Michael Guinty of RFD 1, Benton, Butler, Kansas.

There was also a Charles Smith Guinty from 1 Elbing, Butler, Kansas.

Regards
Gerry

by kathleenc on 2011-04-11 20:06:35

Thankyou so much, where did you find that? Charles Smith Guinty was his brother, another son of Michael Guinty.

by kathleenc on 2011-04-11 20:27:49

Never mind, I found it. Terrible what they did to his name:(

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