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vaughan

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Dear forum members.
I am currently doing research on the war service of JFK during WW II. I am looking for info on the birth and death dates or years of the following

George Henry Robertson ROSS

Edgar Edman MAUER

Raymond ALBERT

Charles Albert HARRIS

Harold William MARNEY

William JOHNSON

Ray Lee STARKEY

Andrew John KIRKSEY

Also the Birth and Death dates of

Maurice KOWAL Leon DRAWDY and Edmond T DREWITCH

Any help with the above would be much appreciated

Many thanks

Vaughan

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See following {reference only}

http://www.maritimequest.com/warship_directory/us_navy_pages/pt_boats/uss_pt_109_final_crew_list.htm


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Frank J Andruss Sr

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PFF.

Please note that Maurice Kowal is very much alive and is the last Survivor of PT-109. I went to his home, meet him, and interviewed him. It was a wonderful visit, one that I shall remember always. At this point he is failing and has lost a step since then................


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Vaughan,
Here is a photo taken the day before JFK's inaugural parade with the remaining men who served with JFK and they rode the PT796 in the Parade. It was painted with the number "PT109" and manned by these men during the parade. I turned the photo sideways so you can read their names. Jerry


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