|Street:||504 Shelton Street|
|Town/Village:||Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA.|
|Alternative Address:||160 Back Street, Bridgeport, Connecticut;|
Family name recorded as Haggan.
Resident at Clonee, Killoe
|Regiment/Unit:||304th Infantry, Company "H"|
|Date of Death:|
|Cause:||Survived the War|
Patrick Hagan was born in Longford on 18 June 1895* and was one of 9 children. Prior to enlistment with the US Army, he worked as a machinist with the Remington Arms Company in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Pte Hagan enlisted on 17 September 1917, and was promoted in July 1919. After the war Patrick worked as a chauffeur.
|Parents Names:||Son of James Hagan and Ellen (née) Murphy, Clonee, Longford.|
|Notes:||In his post-war military census, Patrick noted his army experience as good, and his time in camp overseas as "exciting". *The Connecticut Roster 1917-1919 gave his birthplace as Clouee, Longford, Ireland.|