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Charles Hersey Mander

Private, United States Army

Battery D,
319th Field Artillery Regiment

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
Died: December 26, 1918
Buried at: 

PRIVATE CHARLES HERSEY MANDER was born in Millton, Maryland on June 4, 1894. He went by his middle name. By June of 1917 Hersey Mander had come to Camden, and lived at 707 Baxter Street with his mother, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, and his brother, a double amputee. Hersey Manders registered for the draft in Camden on June 5, 1917 and was called up on April 26th of the following year. He was sent to Camp Dix NJ and assigned to Battery D, 319th Field Artillery Regiment. 

Private Charles Hersey Mander died of heart disease on December 26, 1918 at Camp Dix. He was  survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, of 613 Liberty Street..


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