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Knight, Norman L.

Norman L. Knight  WWII
Norman L. Knight WWII

Date of Birth: 5/27/1902
Died On: 3/1/1981 Last Residence: 10024, New York, New York, New York
Street Address: Peck Avenue
Service Number: Social Security Number: 116-03-0794
Branch of Service: Unknown-WWII

Veteran Code: UNK-35

BIOGRAPHY Extended Information
When Norman Linwood Knight was born on May 27, 1902, in Kennebunk, Maine, his father, Walter, was 41 and his mother, Daisy, was 34. He had one brother. In Rye he lived on Peck Avenue. Norman enlisted and served in the unknown branch during World War II.

Norman Linwood Knight

Name: Norman Linwood Knight Race: White Age: 39 Birth Date: 27 May 1902 Birth Place: West Kennebunk, MAINE Residence Place: Rye, West, New York Registration Date: 14 Feb 1942 Registration Place: Mam, New York, USA Employer: V. B. Kane - Peck Ave Rye - N. Y. Weight: 120 Complexion: Light Eye Color: Blue Hair Color: Gray Height: 5-4 Next of Kin: Y. B. Kane

Name: Norman Knight Social Security Number: 116-03-0794 Birth Date: 27 May 1902 Issue Year: Before 1951 Issue State: New York Last Residence: 10024, New York, New York, New York, USA Last Benefit: 11377, Flushing, Queens, New York, USA Death Date: Mar 1981

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