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Paul Lawrence was born in New York in Date Unknown. In Rye his families address remains unknown but they were members of the Presbyterian Church. Paul was a Rye High School Graduate, Class of 1940. He enlisted and served in the unknown branch during World War II.
Date of Birth: 14-Mar-21
Died On: 6/6/2001 Last Residence: 12550, Newburgh, Orange, New York
Street Address: unknown
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: Unknown-WWII

Veteran Code: UNK-37


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Name: Paul Lawrence Race: Negro (Black) Age: 20 Birth Date: 14 Mar 1921 Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia, USA Residence Place: Rye, West, New York Registration Date: 15 Feb 1942 Registration Place: West, New York, USA Employer: Chauffeur & Domestic Club New Rochelle, N.Y. Weight: 150 Complexion: Black Eye Color: Brown Hair Color: Black Height: 5'' 8" Next of Kin: Gertrude Lawrence

Name: Paul Lawrence Gender: Male Race: Black Birth Date: 14 Mar 1921 Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia Death Date: 6 Jun 2001 Father: Paul Lawrence Mother: Gertrude Fluellen SSN: 073161451

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