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Nathan Bennett U.S. Army WWII
Nathan Bennett U.S. Army WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 9/8/1923
Died On: 4/4/1991 Last Residence: 29418, Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
Street Address: 39 East Broadway
Service Number: 32895665
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-46


BIOGRAPHY
 
Nathan Bennett was born in Florida in 1923. In Rye his family lived at 39 East Broadway. Nathan enlisted and served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Name: Nathan Bennett Race: Negro (Black) Age: 18 Birth Date: 8 Sep 1923 Birth Place: Jacksonville, Florida Residence Place: Rye, West, New York Registration Date: 30 Jun 1942 Registration Place: Mamk, New York, USA Employer: None Weight: 147 Complexion: Dark Eye Color: Black Hair Color: Black Height: 5'' - 8" Next of Kin: Ruth Hines

Name: Nathan Bennett Social Security Number: 146-18-7496 Birth Date: 9 Sep 1923 Issue Year: Before 1951 Issue State: New Jersey Last Residence: 29418, Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, USA Death Date: 4 Apr 1991

Nathan Bennetts former Nathan Bennett a former resident of Port Chester and Rye died of cancer Thursday at Medical University Hospital in Charleston SC He was 68 ' Mr Bennett lived in Port Chester until his late teens and maintained ties 'to the area ' throughout his lifo He was bom Sept 8 1922 in Jacksonville Fla to Frank and Lucille Brown Bennett As a child he moved to Ed is to Island Port Chester Rye resident SC Later he moved to New York City and Port Chester He enlisted in the Army in 1941 serving in Europe during World War II Mr Bennett remained in the Army after-the war and served in the Korean War He was honorably discharged in 1962 as a sergeant Mr Bennett later settled in North Charleston SC where he worked in the -maintenance de- partment of WCBD-TV until re- tiring in 1988 "He is survived by his foster fother Leonard Hines of Rye a foster sister Carol Worthington of Rye a foster brother Richard Hines of Port Chester an aunt Helen Blue of the Bronx and two uncles Frank Brown of Queens and Cephus Brown of New York City Arrangements are being handled by the Holman Scott Funeral Home of Moncks Comer SC

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