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ajhussong
RE: Lowell Gustafson
It was my privilege to pay my respects and supplement his story, especially on Memorial Day.
Added by ajhussong on May 29, 2014 4:47 PM
raleriser
RE: Elsie Riser
My husband is the grandson of John and Elsie Riser and nephew of PFC Merton Riser. Thank YOU for posting the information about his Uncle Merton. The only information we had was that he had been lost during the landing at Tarawa.

Thanks again,
L. Riser
Added by raleriser on May 27, 2014 11:22 PM
Lorien Powers-Elsey
Thomas Mayo Powers
I am the granddaughter of Thomas Mayo Powers, US Marine kia IwoJima. He was killed long before I was born. How wonderful for me, to google my father's and come across my Grandfather's info! The family photo is priceless. Thank you SO much! My father and I are both honored in Red's name.
Added by Lorien Powers-Elsey on Oct 27, 2013 1:47 PM
Nancy Poppin Umland
RE: John George Slivkoff
Hi Bert,

Probably not a relative, but as you have researched so many, I have researched the Russian Molokans. They were a sect broken from the Russian Orthodox. I'm a descendent of many of the Russians; perhaps in time I will find out if I'm related to John.

Whatever information you have would be appreciated. His family would appreciate it.

Sincerely,

Nancy
Added by Nancy Poppin Umland on Oct 20, 2013 6:56 PM
Gregory Mangold
Captain Harry B. Barker
I am Captain Harry B. Barker's nephew. My mother, Margaret Ellen Barker Mangold, was Harry' sister. My name is Gregory Mangold and I live in Richfield, Minnesota.

First of all, thank you for creating the memorial for Uncle Harry. Your memorial contains detailed information about my uncle that I have not known - especially his time at Quantico and his duty stations in the Pacific. I would like to know the sources of your information so I can add it to my research on Uncle Harry. As you might know his medals, including the Navy Cross, is on display in the Grinnell College Fieldhouse.

I look foward to hearing from you. On behalf of the family, thank you very much for creating this memorial.

Gregory Mangold
Added by Gregory Mangold on Oct 06, 2013 10:19 PM
Sharon Christensen
RE: George Birmingham
You are so very welcome for the photo always happy to get them for you. May have said it before but it is worth repeating. Thank you for making the memorials to those who served our country.
Sharon
Added by Sharon Christensen on Sep 25, 2013 9:30 PM
Sharon Christensen
RE: Francis Montagne
Bert,
You are very welcome for the picture and also thank you for your tribute to these Veterans.
Sincerely,
Sharon
Added by Sharon Christensen on Sep 03, 2013 9:38 PM
Sharon Christensen
RE: Donald Mock
Burt,
You are very welcome for the photo very happy to be able to get it for you.
Your friend,
Sharon
Added by Sharon Christensen on Sep 03, 2013 9:20 PM
Mike Lawson
Thank you
Thank you for the wonderful information on my grandfather PFC Ben S McDonald. Your information helped me to trace his path on Iwo Jima leading to the day he was killed. Thanks again-- Mike Lawson.
Added by Mike Lawson on Aug 02, 2013 7:21 AM
A R
PVC Jesse Gribble
An Open Thank you Bert Jesse is finished thanks to your help
Added by A R on Jul 27, 2013 7:41 PM
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