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Warren Report, p. 265; CD 75, p. 192; CD 205, p. 627; New York Times, Saturday, June 3, 1995, p. 10


DOB: 11/3/05; POB: Paris, France; son of Charles Morris Young, landscape painter. DOD: 5/30/95; POD: Berkeley, CA. Survived by wife: Ruth Forbes Young; stepsons: Michael Paine, Boxboro, Mass, and Cameron Paine, Wayne, PA. He invented the helicopter with the help of Larry Bell of Bell Helicopter. Ruth Hyde Paine spent July 31 to August 12, 1963, at Naushon Island address. Then she went to Paoli, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Arthur Young was Michael Paine's mother.

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