Company I Boy Makes
Sacrifice in Last
DIES IN YANK'S
Uncle Sam's Service in France
Private Gerald J.
Donigan of Co. I, 108th Infantry was killed in action September
29, according to a message from the War Department to his parents, Mrs.
and Mrs. J.C. Donigan, of 513 North Sixth street.
Private Donigan is survived
by his parents; four brothers, Joseph, Albert, William and Edwin.
Albert and William are now in service in France.
Private Donigan enlisted
in Company I when it was mustered into service following the declaration
of war against Germany. He was trained at Camp Wadsworth, Spartansburg,
S.C. last winter. He went overseas in May.
Word of his death was received
here some time ago in a letter from a member of the company. Confirmation
came in the War Department's message.
Olean Evening Times
Provided courtesy of Susan Edmonds