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Richard E. Farrow

Technician 3rd Class, U.S. Army

32267317

417th Infantry Regiment, 
76th Infantry Division

Entered the Service from: Pennsylvania
Died: February 7, 1945
Buried at: Plot B Row 5 Grave 54
Luxembourg American Cemetery
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Awards: Purple Heart

TECHNICAL SERGEANT RICHARD E. FARROW, was born in Pennsylvania. His father, Charles T. Farrow was a pharmacist, and Richard followed in his footsteps. He was well known as a pharmacist in Haddonfield. In 1930 the family owned a home at 131 Kings Highway, Haddonfield NJ. Richard Farrow was a graduate of Haddonfield High School, and the Philadelphia School of Pharmacy.

Richard E. Farrow was drafted into the United States Army. He was killed in action while serving as a medic with the 76th Infantry Division on February 7, 1945 at the age of 31.

Richard Farrow was survived by his wife Henrietta, and his parents, Charles T. & Louella Farrow. 


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