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World War II Soldier flag   Conrad Kenneth  GRANDCHAMP

  (b. 20 September 1922Providence, Rhode Island, USA   d. 1 September 1975Los Angeles, California, USA )  
Summary: Conrad Kenneth GRANDCHAMP was born 20 September 1922 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Conrad Kenneth GRANDCHAMP was the child of

He married  Hazel Agnes WYLIE abt. 1962 in Walpole, Massachusetts, USA .  Hazel Agnes WYLIE  was born 20 January 1923 in Providence, Rhode Island, USA .  She died 4 April 2000 in Simi Valley, California, USA .  She was the daughter of William John WYLIE and Edith Mae COLLINS.

Conrad Kenneth GRANDCHAMP died 1 September 1975 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
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son of Frederick Joseph "Fred" Grandchamp and Delvina Dugas


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Conrad Kenneth GRANDCHAMP married flag   Hazel Agnes WYLIE-- Date: abt. 1962 Place: Walpole, Massachusetts, USA
Hazel Agnes WYLIE was the daughter of William John WYLIE and Edith Mae COLLINS



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Birth
20 September 1922
Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Death
1 September 1975
Los Angeles, California, USA


Conrad is buried at: Los Angeles National Cemetery Los Angeles Los Angeles County California, USA Plot: 70A, DD-2
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