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Moore, Thomas A.

Thomas A. Moore  WWII
Thomas A. Moore WWII


 
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Date of Birth: 9/3/1906
Died On: 1/4/1966
Street Address: 25 Brookdale Place
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: Unknown-WWII

Veteran Code: UNK-48


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TThomas A. Moore was born in New York in 1907. In Rye his family lived at 25 Brookdale Place and were members of the Church of the Resurrection. Thomas enlisted and served in the U.S. Army during World War II.

THOMAS A. MOORE Funeral services were held Fri day in Naples, Fla., for Thomas A. Moore, a former Rye resident, who died there January 4. Born in Rye, September 3, 1906, Mr. Moore was the son of the late Daniel A. Moore and Mrs. Marie Stalh-Meyer Moore. He had lived in Rye all his life until retiring as a cable splicer for the New York Telephone Company about ten years ago and moving to Florida. He had lived on Brookdale Place in Rye. Mr. Moore attended Rye public schools. He served overseas during World War II with the U. S. Army Signal Corps. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Mrs. Kay Hart Moore of home and five aunts and uncles, some living in Germany

Name: Thomas Moore Social Security Number: 061-10-3560 Birth Date: 3 Sep 1906 Issue Year: Before 1951 Issue State: New York Death Date: Jan 1966

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