Yes all I know is he was both in France and dad went to war and came he to the usa Chicago Illinois I was told he died 08/27/1968 any all infor about him would be really nice
See the following link for death info: Andrew Cara, "Illinois, Cook County Deaths, 1871-1998" — FamilySearch.org
I found Andrew in the 1930 and 1940 U.S. Census. In both he is living with his father- Joseph, mother- Anna and his two younger brothers Thomas and Samson. In the 1930 U.S. Census his father and mother and also Andrew is reported per census to be born in Persia and is listed as born in 1918/1919 not 1923 his two brothers were born in the state of Illinois. In the 1940 U.S. Census his father and mother and also Andrew are reported per the census to be born in France. Andrew had a SS card and a claim was made on it Aug-27, 1968. Andrew is buried Elmwood Cemetery in Cook Co. Illinois see link to Elmwood Cemetery Elmwood Cemetery and Mausoleum in River Grove, Illinois - Find A Grave Cemetery In my search I also found his father Joseph Obit. see attachment. Date Jan 1, 1956 and for some reason Andrew is not mentioned.
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