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World War II Soldier America/USA  George Perry  Parker

  (b. 11/19/1916Brooklyn, New York, USA   d. 02/1/1961Long Island, New York, USA )  
Age: 44
Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemorrhage

George Perry Parker was born 11/19/1916 in Brooklyn, New York, USA . George Perry Parker was the child of George (Van Mater) Parker and Dorris Sargent and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Charles Smith Parker and Elizabeth Van Mater (maternal)  Charles Perry Sargent and Maud Eva Govang

He married  Frances Joyce Nye .  The couple had (at least) 2 children. Frances Joyce Nye  was born 4/7/1928 in Bronx, New York, USA .  She died 11/7/2005 in San Lorenzo, California, USA .  She was the daughter of Edwin (Edward) Charles Nye and Ethel Cecilia Mackenzie.

George Perry Parker died 02/1/1961 in Long Island, New York, USA.


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Occupation: Scientific Instrument Maker/Inventor

George was raised partly in Highland Falls, New York. His younger brothers were Charles Sargent Parker who became a U.S. Army Ranger during WWII and Harold Donn Parker who changed his name to Donn H. Parker when he became an adult. He also was a soldier in WWII. George was in the History Unit, spoke many languages expertly including German and Russian, and was in North Africa and Germany. He was in Paris the day the Americans entered the city to liberate it. George married Frances Joyce Nye on August 1, 1949. She was born in the Bronx, New York.

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George Perry Parker married America/USA Frances Joyce Nye-- Place: 
Frances Joyce Nye was the daughter of Edwin (Edward) Charles Nye and Ethel Cecilia Mackenzie




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Birth
11/19/1916
Brooklyn, New York, USA

Death
02/1/1961
Long Island, New York, USA


George is buried in Greenlawn National Cemetery in New York.
Long Island National Cemetery East Farmingdale Suffolk County New York, USA Plot: I, 12177B

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