Parker, Hyman David.

Biography

Parker, Hyman David. (Parker, Daniel); b. December 2, 1915, Brooklyn, New York; Never in Spain; Single; No Passport issued; Domicile 1396 Schenectady Avenue, Brooklyn, New York; 23 years old; Sailed August 22, 1938 as a stowaway aboard the Normandie; Arrested in France, served two months in jail and then deported to US; was travelling with Vernold Masten Beebe; James Garrett, Marshall Hartzell, Willam Joseph Holland, Walter B. Iczek, Bernard Kaplan, Israel Luckonick, Gerald McManus (aka Jerome Josephs), Henry Louis Ulanoff, and John W. White; Returned to the US on October 25, 1938 aboard the Ile de France return address listed as 1396 E 47th Street, Brooklyn, New York; d. October 21, 2004, buried Mount Ararat Cemetery, East Farmingdale, Suffolk County, New York.
Sources: USSDA; L-W Tree Ancestry; Find-a-Grave# 114498153 (under Hyman Parker). (Find-a-Grave# provides dod tentative). Code A