Thomas Mann

Thomas Mann

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Thomas E. Mann
Born 1920s.
Ancestors ancestors
[children unknown]
Died 1960s.
Profile last modified 28 May 2019 | Created 21 Jul 2018
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Biography

One of the most strikingly handsome man on Earth. Thomas was tragically killed in a car accident on old route 21 that connected The North and Middle Michigan, before I-75 express way was built.

Sources

  • 1930 United States Federal Census

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