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Mayer, Robert J.

Robert J. Mayer  WWII
Robert J. Mayer WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 11/28/1909
Died On: 4/27/2002 Last Residence: 33919, Fort Myers, Lee, Florida
Street Address: 68 Greenhaven Rd
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: Unknown-WWII

Veteran Code: UNK-42


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Robert Jesse Mayer


Robert Jesse Mayer was born on November 28, 1909, in New York, the son of Jesse and Edna May Mayer. He married Barbara Anne Rubenoff in New York in July 1947 when he was 37 years old and they had one son. Robert died on April 13, 2002, in Fort Myers, Florida, at the age of 92. In Rye his family lived at 68 Greenhaven Rd. Robert enlisted and served in the unknown branch during World War II.

Name: Robert Jesse Mayer Race: White Age: 30 Birth Date: 28 Nov 1909 Birth Place: New York,N Y Residence Place: Rye, West, New York Registration Date: 16 Oct 1940 Registration Place: West, New York, USA Weight: 130 Complexion: Light Eye Color: Brown Hair Color: Black Height: 5''10" Next of Kin: Jesse Mayer

Name: Robert J. Mayer Social Security Number: 084-03-8157 Birth Date: 28 Nov 1909 Issue Year: Before 1951 Issue State: New York Last Residence: 33919, Fort Myers, Lee, Florida, USA Death Date: 27 Apr 2002



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