Christopher Aloysius Enright I
Mclaughlin Enright 1920 circa
Birth: Christmas
December 25, 1888 (1888-12-25) (131 years ago)
Death: August 19, 1980 (age 91)
39 years ago
Paramus, New Jersey
Father: William Francis Enright
Mother: Mary Quigley
Spouse/Partner: Margaret Mary McLaughlin (1897-1985)
Marriage: November 22, 1921 (age 32)
98 years ago
Jersey City, New Jersey
Children: Christopher Aloysius Enright II (1927-2009)

Christopher Aloysius Enright I (1888-1980) was a nonagenarian. He started off his career as a telegrapher for the American Can Company in Jersey City, New Jersey and damaged a finger in a railroad accident in 1916. He was in the US Army during World War I. He eventually worked his way up to be an executive at the American Can Company in New York City, New York. (b. Christmas, December 25, 1888, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, 07307, USA - d. August 19, 1980, Paramus, Bergen County, New Jersey, 07652, USA) Social Security Number 066075660.


Railroad injury in 1916Edit

"Telegrapher Gets Damages For Finger. Central Railroad of New Jersey Settles With Christopher Enright, Who Sued for $25,000."

World War IEdit

He registered for the draft while working as a telegrapher for the American Can Company at 120 Broadway in Manhattan in New York City. He was living at 166 Armstrong Avenue in Jersey City. He served overseas in the War.


On November 22, 1921 he married Margaret Mary McLaughlin (1897-1985) aka Marge McLaughlin, at Saint Paul's Roman Catholic Church, 14 Greenville Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey.


They honeymooned in Bermuda from November 22, 1921 to December 01, 1921 and returned to New York aboard the Fort Victoria where they appeared on the passenger list.

Jersey City, New JerseyEdit

In 1923 when his first child was born he was living on Neptune Avenue in Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. In 1930 he appeared in the Census renting an apartment at 95 Rutgers Avenue in Jersey City in a building owned by the Splieths, who's descendants would eventually marry one of his cousins.


American Can CompanyEdit

In 1936 he applied for Social Security while working at the American Can Company at 230 Park Avenue in New York City, New York and he was living at 95 Rutgers Avenue, Jersey City, New Jersey. He started off as a paper buyer and worked his way up to an executive position.


He died in 1980 while living on Forest Avenue, Paramus, Bergen County, New Jersey. His funeral notice appeared in the Bergen Record on August 21, 1980.


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