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Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland (#47634285)
 member for 2 years, 8 months, 25 days
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Sheila Peascheck
RE: SEA1 George J. Johnsen
Hi Jan,

You certainly have my permission to use the photo taken of SEA1 George Johnsen's gravestone.

I have always been interested in history and your message has taught me something new today.

Thank you for your efforts and I wish you much success in the completion of the book.

Sheila Peascheck

Added by Sheila Peascheck on Apr 11, 2013 6:45 AM

Richard Thomas
RE: Pvt Carroll W. Meile
You may sir.

Added by Richard Thomas on Mar 24, 2013 6:58 AM

Julia Dodson
Wilbur H. Wood
You sent me a message awhile ago about using a photo I had taken of his grave stone here in Musselshell County, Montana. At the time I told you please feel free to use it but it was a somewhat blurry photo. I am just checking back with you to see if its too late for me to visit the cemetery and snap a better photo for you to use? Please let me know and I will go take another couple of photos.

Added by Julia Dodson on Mar 20, 2013 11:23 AM

Shirley Butler
Pvt. John Strickland
Jan, I researched Pvt. Strickland's family today. I had actually taken a pic of his Mother's grave also without realizing it was his Mother. John's Father must have died because his mothers name was Maudie O. Strickland. If you need anymore information, please let me know.

Added by Shirley Butler on Mar 05, 2013 6:27 PM

Shirley Butler
RE: Pvt John G. Strickland
Jan,of course, you have my permission. How very interesting, and I will see if the girl who just went through and posted the names will transfer the memorial to me so I can add the bio. My grandparents are buried right in front of him. I was actually just going around making pictures, and had to uncover his marker that had a lot of leaves and debris on top of it. I will look closer the next time I go there, because I was wondering why he was buried in that plot with people that didn't have the same last name. I will do some further research. What is your e-mail address? Good luck on your book, and let me know when it is published so I may can get a copy. I would love to have an autographed copy. My grandmother that is buried there was a writer and poet, and won the Best Poet Award State of Alabama in 1974. Her name was Bess Stout Lambert. Thanks for responding, and I was thrilled when I found his marker. Have a great day. Shirley Butler, Hueytown, Alabama.

Added by Shirley Butler on Mar 05, 2013 8:51 AM

Shirley Butler
RE: Pvt John G. Strickland
Jan,of course, you have my permission. How very interesting, and I will see if the girl who just went through and posted the names will transfer the memorial to me so I can add the bio. My grandparents are buried right in front of him. I was actually just going around making pictures, and had to uncover his marker that had a lot of leaves and debris on top of it. I will look closer the next time I go there, because I was wondering why he was buried in that plot with people that didn't have the same last name. I will do some further research. What is your e-mail address? Good luck on your book, and let me know when it is published so I may can get a copy. I would love to have an autographed copy. My grandmother that is buried there was a writer and poet, and won the Best Poet Award State of Alabama in 1974. Her name was Bess Stout Lambert. Thanks for responding, and I was thrilled when I found his marker. Have a great day. Shirley Butler, Hueytown, Alabama.

Added by Shirley Butler on Mar 05, 2013 8:51 AM

Richard Boyer
RE: Sgt William H. Garo
You are welcome to use the picture.

Rich Boyer

Added by Richard Boyer on Feb 27, 2013 12:17 PM

BPHTOL
Corp Roger C. Cook
I came across this today and thought you might be interested.
I added your info to his bio.



Corp Roger C. Cook
Find A Grave Memorial# 7805945
Find A Grave Memorial# 56307676

Birth: 1920, USA
Death: Jul. 10, 1943, Italy

Cpl Roger C. Cook was a soldier in the 693 AA Machinegun Battalion. He was killed in D-Day operation Husky, on 10 July 1943 offshore the coast of Gela. He was on board of landingcraft LST # 313, that was hit by an enemy bomb(s). A huge explosion occurred and many men, including Corporal Cook were killed.

Cpl Cook was buried in the temporary American GELA Cemetery in graveC-33-394. Over 1,200 men and women were buried in this cemetery. Cpl Cook is buried in the Sicily Rome Cemetery (Nettuno, Italy) in grave E-3-25

Burial:
Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial
Nettuno
Provincia di Roma
Lazio, Italy
Find A Grave Memorial# 56307676
Corp Roger C Cook

Parents:
Arnold D Cook (1892 - 1983)
Esther M Cook (1899 - 1982)

Cpl WW II buried in Italy

Dutch Ridge Cemetery
Delta
Fulton County
Ohio, USA
Plot: (E-3-25 in Italy)

Maintained by: BPHTOL
Originally Created by: gabbybug
Record added: Aug 29, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7805945

Added by BPHTOL on Feb 13, 2013 9:17 AM

Lulabell
RE: Pvt Paul North
Please feel free to use what you need - that is why I do it.

Lu

Added by Lulabell on Jan 30, 2013 7:45 AM

Joel Frampton Gilfert
RE: Pvt Leonard J McConnell
You are welcome to use any of the photos I have listed. Thanks for the extra information. Regards, Joel

Added by Joel Frampton Gilfert on Jan 29, 2013 11:07 AM

Head Hunter (Maria)
RE: Pfc Dalton W. Clecker
You have my full permission to use the photos for your book. God bless you for honoring these American patriots!
Maria Gilliland aka Head Hunter

Added by Head Hunter (Maria) on Jan 25, 2013 4:41 AM

Jen Snoots
RE: Seaman First Class Raymond J. Doherty
Hi Jan,
Thanks for the info, feel free to use the photo!
~Jen~

Added by Jen Snoots on Jan 22, 2013 11:39 AM

Valerie Heinze
PVT. Crotser
Dear Jan Bos;

I am a relative on PVT. Crotser, and am trying to find out the faith or denomination of this fallen soldier. I have been trying to find out more about my extended family from my sister in law, Lenise Cook.
I am an adopted out child and daughter of Anita Cook, who placed me up for adoption years ago. I have been reunited with the Cook family. We enjoy a good relationship with each other and I am fascinated with the family genealogy. I formally asked Lenise the Crotser family faith, creed, and religious affiliation, and she said she was not aware of the background. I am naturally curious, and thought since you might have know our fallen relative, perhaps, there might a slight chance that some one that you know or perhaps you might be aware of his religious preference.

Thanks again,

Added by Valerie Heinze on Jan 19, 2013 9:51 AM

mike reeves
RE: Pvt Joseph T. Sims Jr
It would be a privilege to contribute to a historical work on those soldiers, I'm a retired reservist who spent several years on active duty with the 101st Airborne Division. Appreciate your action in their remembrance !

Added by mike reeves on Jan 06, 2013 8:39 AM

LindaB
RE: S/Sgt Louis C. Young
Thank you, however, I no longer manage this memorial.

Added by LindaB on Jan 02, 2013 5:58 PM

LindaB
RE: S/Sgt Louis C. Young
Thank you, however, I no longer manage this memorial.

Added by LindaB on Jan 02, 2013 5:58 PM

Pearl
RE: Pvt Dan E. Roebuck
PS Do you mind if I use your information on his memorial?
Thanks, Pearl

Added by Pearl on Dec 31, 2012 10:37 AM

Pearl
RE: Pvt Dan E. Roebuck
Yes you most certainly may use the photo. I took photos of all the stones in the Old Talihina Cemetery while we were there for the holidays and hope to finish adding all the rest of the collection to F.A.G. this week. Feel free to use any others that may be part of your project.
Happy New Year. Pearl

Added by Pearl on Dec 31, 2012 10:30 AM

P.K. Magruder
William Dundon Photo
Feel free to use the photo. Thank you for asking

Added by P.K. Magruder on Dec 22, 2012 2:10 PM

Russ Pickett
RE: US soldiers killed in WWII
Hi Jan, Thanks for the update on PFC Floyd A Schnackle and his burial at Oran. Hopefully I'll find his final resting place in New York sometime soon. Have a great day and good luck with the book!

Added by Russ Pickett on Dec 14, 2012 2:53 AM

Lulabell
RE: Pvt Paul North
Yes please use the picture as I take them to share with all.

Thanks for asking,

Lu

Added by Lulabell on Dec 04, 2012 1:33 PM

Bethalene
RE: Pvt William J. Myers
The Cemetery worker looked up records and took us to the Veterans section of the Cemetery to find the burial spot. He didn't say the remains weren't there. Bethalene

Added by Bethalene on Nov 20, 2012 11:43 AM

Daddys♥Girl
Johan Klijn
Do you know Johan? He has been my friend for many years. He lives in Mijdrecht and is writing the genealogical history of his town. He was commissioned to do it and is very active in genealogy. Because of your involvement in research I thought you might know him. Also Cor Kerstens, who does quite a bit of research in Noord Brabant, and has sent me information and photos of my Levie family.

Groeten

Added by Daddys♥Girl on Nov 16, 2012 4:59 AM

Daddys♥Girl
RE: Nijmegen
Hi Jan,
It is cold here, but at least it's clear and the sun is out! I live in Manassas, VA, not far from Washington, DC. No, I haven't been to Nijmegen, but I've been to Amsterdam, Rotterdam (of course) Veendam, Volendam, Midrecht, and a few others, and my favorite, Etten Leur, where my family lived. I'm coming back in the spring and will also go to Dordrecht, as I found quite a few cousins there through my research. I'm very excited to meet them! I'll also go back to Etten Leur, of course. When I was there last time I met a man (by accident!) who actually knew my grandmother's family when he was a child, and remembers when the Nazis came and took my grandmother's brother away.

Have you been to Etten? Do you know the open market there? This same grand-uncle of mine (Samuel Levie) is the one who started it! He's even in some books about Etten. He owned several homes there too. I wonder if they belong to me now...

Groeten,
Sue

Added by Daddys♥Girl on Nov 16, 2012 4:55 AM

Daddys♥Girl
RE: Nijmegen in Holland
Thank you so much Jan! (BTW, I can read Dutch fine; I just can't write it (YET!).) :-) I'll let you know when I find the cemeteries of my ancestors in Nijmegen. Thanks again!
Sue

Added by Daddys♥Girl on Nov 16, 2012 4:23 AM

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