Garrett, James Henry.


Garrett, James Henry b. January 28, 1916, Anderson, South Carolina; African American; Never in Spain; Father J. B. Garrett (1875-?), mother Mahuldie Garrett (1892- ?); Single; No Passport issued, Domicile 230 East Monroe Street, NYC; Sailed August 22, 1938 as a stowaway aboard the Normandie; Arrested in France, served two months in jail and then deported to US, was traveling with Vernold Masten Beebe, Marshall Hartzell, Willam Joseph Holland, Walter B. Iczek, Bernard Kaplan, Israel Luckonick, Gerald McManus (aka Jerome Josephs), David Parker, Henry Louis Ulanoff, and John W. White; Returned to the US on October 25, 1938 aboard the Ile de France; d. December 14, 1988 in Englishtown, New Jersey, buried in McCormick, South Carolina at Shilo AME Church.
Sources: USSDA; L-W Tree Ancestry; Find-a-Grave #202377599. Code A