Orr, F. W.

Foster William Orr,  U.S. Army WWII
Foster William Orr, U.S. Army WWII

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Date of Birth: 7/16/1915
Died On: 9/22/2007 Last Residence: 84405, Ogden, Weber, Utah
Street Address: unknown
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: Unknown-WWII

Veteran Code: UNK-52

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Foster William Orr was born in New York on 16-Jul-15. In Rye his families address remains unknown. F. W. enlisted and served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Name: Foster William Orr Gender: Male Race: White Age: 30 Birth Date: 16 Jul 1915 Birth Place: Nyc, N.Y. Residence Place: River Edge, Bergen, N.J. Registration Date: 10 Dec 1945 Registration Place: Westwood, Bergen, New Jersey, USA Employer: None Weight: 160 Complexion: Ruddy Eye Color: Blue Hair Color: Brown Height: 6'' 1" Next of Kin: Barbara Orr

Name: Foster William Orr Social Security Number: 262-05-5470 Birth Date: 16 Jul 1915 Issue Year: Before 1951 Issue State: Florida Last Residence: 84405, Ogden, Weber, Utah Death Date: 22 Sep 2007

Barbara Frank Engaged To Sgt. Foster W. Orr William Frank of 724 Center Avenue, River Edge, has announced the engagement of his daughter, Barbara D. Frank, to Sergeant Foster W. Orr, son of Jess F. Orr of Rye, N. Y. Miss Frank attended school in River Edge, and was graduated from Hackensack High School. She Is em ployed at Cooper Union Institute in New York City. Sergeant Orr is with the field artillery stationed at Camp Gruber, Oklahoma, after serving more than 2 years in the Aleutian Islands. No date has been set for the wedding.


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