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Jonathan F Butler U.S. Navy WWII
Jonathan F Butler U.S. Navy WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 1/26/1904
Died On: 7/24/1974 Last Residence: 10580 Rye, Westchester, New York
Street Address: Home in 1930: Manhattan
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy-WWII

Veteran Code: USN-38


BIOGRAPHY
 
Jonathan F Butler was born in New York on 1904. The census records show his families Home in 1930: Manhattan and were members of the Presbyterian Church. Jonathan served as an officer in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

Lieut. Comdr. Jonathan F. Butler, U. S. N. R . Mrs. Butler and their children, Sally, Nancy. Johnnie and Grace are returning to their home on Manursing Way early next week. They have been making their home at Memphis, Tenn. , for over two years.
September 7, 1915 THE RYE CHRONICLE PAGE SEVEN

Jonathan Butler Noted Architect Dies At Rye Home

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Christ's Church for Jonathan Fairchild Butler, 70, a well-known architect and past chairman of the Rye City Planning Commission, who died Saturday at his home, 19 Rockridge Road. A resident of Rye since 1931, Mr. Butler was born Jan. 26, 1904 in New York City, son of the late Henry Weil and Grace Elise Fairchild Butler. He was a member of Christ's Church. A noted architect, he was a senior partner in the firm of Rogers, Butler and Burgun. Mr. Butler was known throughout the profession for hospital design. His firm did work on United Hospital.

A World War II veteran, he was a member of the American Institute of Architects of Now York and past chairman of its professional ethics committee, a member of the New York Society of Architects and the Municipal Art Society, the Union League Club, the City Mid-day Club, the Century Association, and the American Yacht Club.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Margaret Anne Baker Butler; three daughters, Mrs. Sally Butler Somers of Newport Beach, Calif., Mrs. Nancy Butler White of Phoenix, Ariz., Mrs. Grace Johnson of Princeton, N. J.; a son, Jonathan Putnam Butler of New York City; a sister, Mrs. Butler Hoge of Manchester, Vt.; and nine grandchildren.
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