Charles Joseph Boyle
- Born: 1 Jan 1879, Hazelton, Luzerne Co., Pennsylvania
- Marriage: Anna Elizabeth McCarthy on 25 Sep 1909 in Sayre, Bradford Co., PA.
- Died: 4 Feb 1955, Waverly, Tioga County, New York at age 76
- Buried: Epiphany Cemetery, Sayre, Bradford Co., PA
The WWI Draft Registration Card for Charles Joseph Boyle taken on Sept 12, 1918 in Bradford Co., PA records his date of birth as January 1, 1879. He is working as a Labor Foreman for the L.V.R.R. [Lehigh Valley Rail Road] and resides at 107 Allison, Sayre, Bradford Co., PA. His nearest relative is Anna Elizabeth Boyle living at the same address. He is short and stout with blue eyes and brown hair.
See general notes on his wife for various census facts.
The WWII Draft Registration Card for Charles Joseph Boyle taken on April 27, 1942 in Bradford Co., PA records his date of birth as January 1, 1879 in Hazelton, PA. He is working for C. C. West of Sayre Land Company and resides at the Lockhart Building in Sayre, Bradford Co., PA. He is 5' 10" and weighs 172 lbs with blue eyes and gray hair. C. C. West is listed as the person who will always know his address.
Charles J. Boyle
Birth: Jan. 1, 1879 - Hazleton, Luzerne Co., PA
Death: Feb. 4, 1955 - Waverly, Tioga Co., New York
Son of Bernard and Mary Dunleavy Boyle. (from death record )
Source: Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M Tice
Anna E McCarthy Boyle (1884 - 1964)
Burial: Epiphany Cemetery, Sayre, Bradford Co., PA
Charles married Anna Elizabeth McCarthy, daughter of Matthew McCarthy and Jane Reynolds, on 25 Sep 1909 in Sayre, Bradford Co., PA. (Anna Elizabeth McCarthy was born on 4 Nov 1884 in Elmira, Chemung Co., New York, died on 19 Aug 1964 in Waverly, Tioga County, New York and was buried in Epiphany Cemetery, Sayre, Bradford Co., PA.)
Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice
Marriages of the Tri-Counties Bradford County Marriages 1907 -1911
Charles Boyle (age 29) & Anna McCarthy (age 23) Sayre Twp. Sayre Twp. Parents: Bernard & Mary Boyle and Matthew & Jennie McCarthy 9/25/1909 Book 18 / Page 477