Jersey Journal/1944/Brothers in Service

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Brothers in Service (1944)
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Brothers in Service. Private first class Vincent and Radio M 2/c Thomas Norton, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Norton, Sr., 603 Garfield Avenue. Vincent entered service in May 1943, Thomas, husband of the former Selma Freudenberg, enlisted in June 1942. He was in the Sicilian invasion and is now on convoy duty. Vincent is somewhere overseas.

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