John Joseph Uram is a male in his fourties. His birthdate is March 29, 1899, making him 42.
There are over 328 million people in the United States and you’ll need a combination of 2 names to get close. What makes this more difficult is many people change their name, either when they get married, when they get divorced, for self-branding or simply because they can. Moreover, many go by their middle name or nickname personally and professionally, making a search for Trip, more fruitful if you search for William. What’s more, it’s not uncommon for alternate data sources to be enter in misspellings or alternate spellings.
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