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Grant, Frank G.

Frank G. Grant U.S. Army WWII
Frank G. Grant U.S. Army WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 9/13/1915
Died On: 10/1/1983 Last Residence: 10310, Staten Island, Richmond, New York
Street Address: 23 Purdy Ave
Service Number: 32100218
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-252


BIOGRAPHY
 
Frank G. Grant was born in Connecticut in 1915. In Rye his family lived at 23 Purdy Ave. Frank enlisted and served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

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Name: Frank Gleason Grant Race: White Age: 25 Birth Date: 13 Sep 1915 Birth Place: West Haven, Conn Residence Place: Rye, West., New York Registration Date: 16 Oct 1940 Registration Place: Rye, New York, USA Employer: American Business Credit Corp. Weight: 142 Complexion: Ruddy Eye Color: Brown Hair Color: Brown Height: 5'' 10" Next of Kin: Helen Grant

Name: Frank Grant Social Security Number: 120-03-2806 Birth Date: 13 Sep 1915 Issue Year: Before 1951 Issue State: New York Last Residence: 10310, Staten Island, Richmond, New York, USA Last Benefit: 10310, Staten Island, Richmond, New York, USA Death Date: Oct 1983

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