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Trainor, Garnet T.

Garnet T. Trainor U.S. Army Air Corps WWII
Garnet T. Trainor U.S. Army Air Corps WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 2/10/1894
Died On: 6/1/1982 Last Residence: 10580 Rye, Westchester, New York
Street Address: 110 Brevoort Lane
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Army Air Corps-WWII

Veteran Code: USAAC-164


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Garnet T. Trainor was born in Australia in 1894. In Rye his family lived at 110 Brevoort Lane and were members of the Church of the Resurrection. Garnet served as an officer in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II.

TRAIN OR-CHABOT. - The marriage of Miss Mary Chibot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Chbot, to tiarnet Thomas Trainor of New York, formerly of -Melbourne. Australia, was ok-m nixed yesterday morning In St. Joseph's New Cathedral. The Rev. Vincent l". Donovan, . P.. cousin of the fcride, omciatinjr." The altar was tanked with white roses and palms. Miss Helene M. Chabot, nister of the -bride, was maid of honor; I eon T. Oh a bo t was best man and Dr. Timothy F. Dorcovan and Gerald Donovan were ushens. Mary tiavia and Jean Donovan, counlns of the -bride, were flower girla. A Wfdding breakfast was serTed tor the immediate family at the home of the bride's brother iu Wood-liawn Avenue, following Uie ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Trainor will make their home in New York after a trip to Northern Canada.

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Lieut. -Col. Trainor Returning Lieut. -Col. Garnet T. Trainor, of Brevoort Lane, who for the past four years has served in the A. S. F. , will revert to inactive status on June 2nd, it was announced this week at Fort Lewis, Wash. Friday, March 8, 1946 THE RYE CHRONICLE PAGE THIRTEEN

His parents are bis only survivora Garnet TV Trainor Garnet Thomas Trainor of 160 Theodore Fremd Ave Rye died early Thursday at United Hospital He suffered a stroke five years ago and his son said Thursday that a relapse may have led to his death He was 88 year old A native of Australia who lived for much of his life in the US Col Trainor served with the US: Army Air Corps during World War' II and the Royal Australian Flying Corp in World War I He was also a former investment bonking executive For mach of hie career he worked for toe firm of Dick IcMerle-Smith in New York City Col Trainor win born Feb 10 1694 in Melbourne Australia After graduating with honors from Melbourne University ha taught in both elementary and secondary schools in Australia - Doring Worid War I he served as a flight lieutenr ant and following the war attended the Sorboue in Paris While there he- met his wife Mary Chabot Trainor She died on April 1 1974 ' ? After a brief return to Australia Col Trainor came to the UB to 1921 He and Mr Trainor settled jn the Greenhaven section of Rye With World War' II came more service in the armed forces this time for the US The colonel first served u an aoistant chief of staff for intelligence in the South Pacific and then was chief of training plane for the air corps' Intelligence division at the Penta-S�n- Along with Melbourne University and ton Sor-bonne during Ms life Col Trainor studied at New York University Christ Church College Oxford and Columbia University where he earned master's i degree in the school of business ColTrainor was a communicanj-of the Church of Rye and the Rye poet of the American Legtab ' ' Surviving are his sod Joiw'-T Trainw of Rye a 1 ister Alice Trainor ot Melbourne and a brother Frank Trainor also of Melbourne

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