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Jeff Hall (#47296194)
 member for 4 years, 9 months, 5 days
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Jan
RE: Pictures with 3ADMG logo
Hello Jeff,

When you hover over the pictures you see the owners of the pictures.
When you hover of the one you placed on here you will see Webmaster and that is me and the logo 3ADMG what stands for 3d armored division memorial group.

Jan

Added by Jan on Feb 24, 2015 10:34 PM

Jan
Pictures with 3ADMG logo
Hello all,

You can find more pictures with the 3ADMG logo on the website www.36air-ad.com

This website is about the men who fought during WWII in the 3d Armored Division.
Under the tab names you can find the complete roll of honor.

Thank you for using our pictures with no reference to our website or even asking to use them.

Jan

Added by Jan on Feb 24, 2015 6:51 AM

Donna from ID
Albert R. Baker
Hi Jeff:

This is my father. I was very pleased to find him on this site. Thank you so much for caring so much. I noticed that my Mom (Lilas L. Rossi) is listed as a calculated relationship. I can tell you for sure that it is a real, documented relationship. Big Smile here. I even have their marriage certificate.
I have joined the group and as soon as my retired status feels real, I want to help more as long as I am a help not a hindrance. I have discovered that if the facts aren't verified, it can really muddy up the waters quickly. :*)
Donna

Added by Donna from ID on Feb 20, 2015 12:39 PM

Dan Phelan
RE: Leonard McKenzie photo that you took
Hi Jeff, thanks for the note. I was confused when I started looking at the memorial and cemetery, but I eventually figured it out. I want to thank you for all your efforts in taking so many photos there. I figured that all of Maryland's casualties that are buried or memorialized there have had photos taken and entered for their respective pages. Thanks again, and sorry for my confusing messages last night.
Dan Phelan
Baltimore, MD

Added by Dan Phelan on Feb 07, 2015 8:07 PM

David Drozd
RE: Sgt. Martin Queeney
Thank you Jeff. Much appreciated. Will consolidate records tomorrow. Thanks again

Added by David Drozd on Feb 07, 2015 7:53 PM

David Drozd
Sgt. Martin Queeney
Sgt. Queeney is my uncle and I established a record of his grave before discovering your grave record of him. I would like to request that you transfer the management of his grave record to me so that I can consolidate the information on him in one record, remove duplicate records and relate his record to other grave records for members of the family. Thank you very much for your consideration.
David Drozd

Added by David Drozd on Feb 07, 2015 6:07 PM

A.E. Duston
Jonath Dick and his compatriots
Thank you so much, Jeff, for your labor of love in recording and memorializing the WWII Marines, including my husband's uncle, who was previously unknown to us.

Added by A.E. Duston on Feb 07, 2015 12:42 PM

Dan Phelan
Leonard McKenzie photo that you took
OOOPS again, I thought I had already sent this message, so you can ignore my previous one:

Hi Jeff, you took a photo of the marker for Leonard L. McKenzie in November 2013. (Memorial# 56125128).
The Find A Grave page says he is at the Honolulu Memorial, but I found no record of him there or in ABMC. Can you tell me what cemetery that photo was taken in (or where it wasn't taken?)?
Thanks,
Dan Phelan
Baltimore, MD


Added by Dan Phelan on Feb 06, 2015 8:08 PM

Dan Phelan
Leonard McKenzie
Hi Jeff, I think I just figured it out. I didn't realize that there were two different memorials/cemeteries there, and that ABMC was maybe only for overseas cemeteries. I just read your bio and figured it out that way.
Thanks,
Dan Phelan
Baltimore, MD

Added by Dan Phelan on Feb 06, 2015 8:00 PM

PhilO
Thank you
Jeff -
This is amazing work, and I want to thank you for your effort and dedication to this work. My uncle was killed at Iwo Jima 15 years before I was born and I appreciate you doing this.

Added by PhilO on Jan 30, 2015 8:02 PM

Noel B
Capt Patrick W McIntyre June 5 1942
Hi Jeff,

Firstly, I thank you & admire your dedication in the vast project you have taken on.
It was a joyful moment for me when during a regular 'repeat search' I found the plaque you had photographed; of the namesake of the largest Southern Hemisphere WWII airfield (at Tocumwal NSW Australia). Patrick was a young distinguished air ace recently married, with an infant daughter & young wife back home, when he was tragically killed in an air accident after taking off from Archerfield (Brisbane Queensland Australia) on 5th June 1942.
You may have better success than I in tracking down his now quite old daughter. I made tentative contact with I think her nephew a couple of years ago, but had no reply from her. I have some further info on her father & would dearly love to talk with her & learn of any recollections/stories/pics she may have; of her father Capt Patrick William McIntyre.
Kind regards,
Noel Brettoner
nbrettoner@yahoo.com

Added by Noel B on Jan 28, 2015 5:36 AM

Karen Ferguson Blanton
RE: My thanks to you!
Jeff,
I want to thank you so much for letting me know uncle Joe was included. I never had the pleasure of meeting him but a cousin of mine told me that she use to communicate with a friend that saw him get killed by a sniper in Iwo Jima.
I am from a very large military family all the way back and I am such a "Proud American"
God bless all of our troops and their families
I would like to join the DAR but I need to research and see what paperwork I will need to join.
Thank you again
Karen Ferguson Blanton

Added by Karen Ferguson Blanton on Jan 26, 2015 9:21 PM

Beth in Colorado
Paul Trinidad, Union Highland Cemetery
Thank you for the update on PFC Paul Trinidad. I have updated his Memorial.
Beth

Added by Beth in Colorado on Jan 26, 2015 7:40 PM

GGS
RE: Sgt William H Altham, Jr Photo
Welcome

Added by GGS on Jan 26, 2015 6:41 AM

Karen Ferguson Blanton
My thanks to you!
Hi Jeff,
I wish to thank you for your endless work on this project. My uncle, Pvt. Joseph F. Ferguson was kia in Iwo Jima in 1945. He is buried in a cemetery (May) in McAndrews, Kentucky. I never had the pleasure of meeting him but I have heard such wonderful stories about him. My father talked about him a lot. I am from a large military family and a very proud American.
Uncle Joe is buried up on top of a mountain and I hope to go to his grave one day.
Have a great day and God bless you
Karen Ferguson Blanton

Added by Karen Ferguson Blanton on Jan 24, 2015 9:56 PM

Eric Ackerman
Find A Grave Memorial# 141671221
Thank you for posting that to the memorial. Again, I really appreciate you doing that. You have been a big help in my quest for finding Kansas WWII gravesites and helping to update my virtual cemeteries for each county.

Eric Ackerman

Added by Eric Ackerman on Jan 24, 2015 7:27 AM

Eric Ackerman
Find A Grave Memorial# 141671221
I am working on finding a gravesite for Sgt. Edmund Kissinger, who died during Operation Varsity in 1945. He is listed in Wyandotte County KS NARA records. I was wondering if you might look into U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 on ancestry.com again and provide me with his burial location. Once again, I really appreciate your assistance in these matters.

Thank you for all you do on Find-A-Grave!!!

Eric Ackerman

Added by Eric Ackerman on Jan 22, 2015 5:49 PM

Judy K. Roberts
RE: Pvt Melvin Hicks, Jr Photo
You are very welcome !
Judy

Added by Judy K. Roberts on Jan 18, 2015 6:15 PM

Eric Ackerman
Find A Grave Memorial# 141276157
Jeff, thank you so very much for your assistance in providing me the burial location. Once again, your assistance is very much appreciated and my gratitude is beyond measure.

Thank you for all you do on Find-A-Grave!

Eric Ackerman

Added by Eric Ackerman on Jan 17, 2015 7:17 AM

Whitney McLaughlin
Arvel Hines grave photo
Jeff, I believe you asked for a wider photo of Mr. Hines' grave site. I didn't want to post that on the website but would be happy to email it to you, if you'd like. You can contact me at mclaugh103@aol.com
--Whitney McLaughlin

Added by Whitney McLaughlin on Jan 15, 2015 10:07 AM

pjk999pjk
RE: Sgt Shigeo J
You're so welcome Jeff. It was interesting to learn about the Niesi soldiers - I'd never heard of them before. My father and several uncles and cousins were enlisted soldiers in World War II - of all the stories my parents would tell me of that time, they never mentioned the Niesi. Makes me wonder how many were killed in battle and how many medals were awarded to the Niesi before the war was finally over.

Added by pjk999pjk on Jan 14, 2015 9:52 PM

Richard Morrow
RE: PVT John Warner
Hello Jeff,

I found out a little more about my grandfather John Warner. If you can update his memorial for me I'd greatly appreciate it. He was a Corporal when he died so it should read CPL John T. Warner. He was with the 37th Infantry Division, Ohio National Guard, 637 Tank Destroyer BN. He died of wounds (DOW) on October 23, 1944. He is buried in Woodland Cemetery in Dayton, Ohio in Section 123. Thanks again for your help. It is greatly appreciated.

Rick Morrow

Added by Richard Morrow on Jan 13, 2015 11:05 PM

Eric Ackerman
Find A Grave Memorial# 141276157
Hello...

I am working on finding a burial location for Gene Fanghor (died 1942), who was a crew member on the USS Houston, who died as a Japanese POW. I am bothering you again to see if you might look into U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 on ancestry.com and provide me with his burial location. Once again, if at any time, this becomes too much of a bother, just let me know. Words cannot express how much I appreciate your kindness so far.

Thank you again for all you do on Find-A-Grave!!!

Eric Ackerman

Added by Eric Ackerman on Jan 13, 2015 12:19 PM

Lavelle
PFC Eugene S Quirin
Thanks Jeff for updating his memorial.

Added by Lavelle on Jan 10, 2015 8:36 PM

Richard Morrow
PVT John Warner
Thanks Jeff,

The following is all I have on my grandfather:

PVT John T. Warner
Ohio Army National Guard, 37th ID
MOS Field Artillery
US Citizen
From Dayton, Ohio
Birth Year 1914
Serial No. 20515696
Date of death ?

I heard, but not sure, he was buried at VA cemetery in Battlecreek, Michigan

He died from wounds received by the enemy so I know he deserves the Purple Heart but I don't know what other medals he should have been awarded and I don't know what battles he was in. My dad told me that he had fought through many of the battles of the Pacific and that he was wounded in one of the last battles. Any information you can share with me I will greatly appreciate. I want to display a shadow box in his honor but I don't know which are the medals to be displayed. Thanks again Jeff.

Rick Morrow

Added by Richard Morrow on Jan 07, 2015 5:21 PM

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