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John C. McGuire & Mary M. Farrell, Rochester, NY
Rochester, New York
Letters and related family history information copied from family sources.

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From April 1917 to May 1919, John C. McGuire served a two-year hitch in the US Army and wrote weekly letters to his friend and sweetheart Mary Farrell in Rochester, NY.

For genealogy and family history information, click on the links below:

Family of John C. McGuire & Mary M. Farrell (married 1919)

Family of Hugh McGuire & Mary Brandenburger (married 1888)

Family of James Farrell & Susanna McCummings (married 1897)

To read transcriptions of the letters, click on the link below:

McGuire letters 1917-1919

 

One of more than 100 letters, as found.

One of more than 100 letters, as found.
PFC John C. "Tommie" McGuire, Troop A, 18th Cavalry, US Army, 1917

PFC John C. "Tommie" McGuire, Troop A, 18th Cavalry, US Army, 1917
Mary Farrell, 1917

Mary Farrell, 1917
Wedding picture of John C. McGuire (right) and Mary M. Farrell (seated) with Catherine Farrell (standing left) and Louis L. McGuire (standing center), Rochester, NY, June 24, 1919.

Wedding picture of John C. McGuire (right) and Mary M. Farrell (seated) with Catherine Farrell (standing left) and Louis L. McGuire (standing center), Rochester, NY, June 24, 1919.
Family of Hugh McGuire & Mary (Brandenburger) McGuire, Scottsville, NY, 1907.  In front: Bryan, Mary, Dan & Hugh McGuire.  In back: James, Louis & John McGuire.

Family of Hugh McGuire & Mary (Brandenburger) McGuire, Scottsville, NY, 1907. In front: Bryan, Mary, Dan & Hugh McGuire. In back: James, Louis & John McGuire.
Family of Hugh McGuire & Mary (Brandenburger) McGuire, Rochester, NY, 1917.  In front: Mary & Hugh McGuire.  In back: Bryan, James, Dan, John & Louis McGuire.

Family of Hugh McGuire & Mary (Brandenburger) McGuire, Rochester, NY, 1917. In front: Mary & Hugh McGuire. In back: Bryan, James, Dan, John & Louis McGuire.
Susanna (McCummings) Farrell and James Farrell with aunt Annie Carroll (standing) and daughter Catherine Farrell (right rear), Caledonia, NY, 1900.

Susanna (McCummings) Farrell and James Farrell with aunt Annie Carroll (standing) and daughter Catherine Farrell (right rear), Caledonia, NY, 1900.
Daughters of James Farrell & Susanna McCummings: Mary, Alice and Catherine Farrell, Caledonia, NY, c. 1910.

Daughters of James Farrell & Susanna McCummings: Mary, Alice and Catherine Farrell, Caledonia, NY, c. 1910.
James Farrell and daughter Mary Farrell, 1917.

James Farrell and daughter Mary Farrell, 1917.
Mary Farrell, July 4, 1918

Mary Farrell, July 4, 1918
Cavalry training at Fort Ethan Allen, VT in 1917.

Cavalry training at Fort Ethan Allen, VT in 1917.
Postcard from John C. McGuire, Fort Ethan Allen, VT (Sept. 28, 1917)

Postcard from John C. McGuire, Fort Ethan Allen, VT (Sept. 28, 1917)
Alice Farrell, Louis McGuire and Catherine Farrell, Rochester, NY, 1919.

Alice Farrell, Louis McGuire and Catherine Farrell, Rochester, NY, 1919.
James McGuire, 1917

James McGuire, 1917
Louis McGuire, 1917

Louis McGuire, 1917
William Bryan McGuire, 1917

William Bryan McGuire, 1917



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