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Mann, Richard F.

Richard F. Mann  WWII
Richard F. Mann U.S. Coast Guard WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 1/24/1924
Died On: 2 Jun 2016 Englewood, Charlotte, Florida, USA
Street Address: 66 Orchard Avenue
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Coast Guard - WWII

Veteran Code: UNK-41


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Richard Frederick Mann was born on January 24, 1924, in New York, his father, Jacob, was 34 and his mother, Emily, was 25. He had one child with Ann and three other children. He died on June 2, 2016, in Englewood, Florida, at the age of 92. In Rye his family lived at 66 Orchard Avenue and were members of the Presbyterian Church. Richard was a Rye High School Graduate, Class of 1942. He enlisted and served in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II.

Richard Frederick Mann

Name: Richard Frederick Mann Race: White Age: 18 Birth Date: 24 Jan 1924 Birth Place: Rye, N. Y. Residence Place: Rye, West., New York Registration Date: 30 Jun 1942 Registration Place: Mamik, New York, USA Weight: 160 lbs. Complexion: Ruddy Eye Color: Blue Hair Color: Brown Height: 5'' 10" Next of Kin: Jacob Mann

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