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Hi everyone, I am a War-baby. . .patriotic at that, born on 4th July. My dad/Ed Ennis was in the MTO flying Combat in the 321st Bomb Group in the B-25 and I am a WWII Historical Researcher for the 57th Bomb Wing and Historian for 2 of her Groups, 319th and 321st BG. I also place anyone who askes and I add to their web-pages with their Find-a-grave Memorials. I am a retired Licensed Optician, have a cool husband and children and grandchildren. It is entirely MY pleasure to be serving our WWII (and other) Heroes. We have my brother-in-law's FLAG (KIA)on our hearth, an Honor to be reminded every day that 'our freedom' was won at a very great price. God Bless you all. Barbi|
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|J. Edward Ross||Thank you|
Thank you for sponsoring the memorial page that I created for Robert Rotstan (96391278).
|Jerry Malloy||Edward Malloy|
Thank You for sponsoring my father Edward J. Malloy who was in the 57th BW and also the 321st. on the B-25's. I will be adding to what you started here. Thanks again.
Thank you for sponsoring the memorial for Jo Hancock.
You sponsored his memorial. Are you related or researching? I'd be happy to transfer to you if you would like.
Added by SaraPar on Feb 02, 2015 6:53 PM
|Rebecca Hold||William Henry Yancey|
Thank you for sponsoring my great great uncle's memorial. He was a great man and a true Arizona pioneer.
|Dale & Corinne Wise||Eleanor Pekarek|
Thanks for making this memorial special
dale and corinne wise
I transfered his to you. Thank you for sponsoring the memorial.
Added by Veneita on Jul 25, 2014 6:23 PM
|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland||1Lt Leonard L. Shapiro and crew|
1st Lieutenant Leonard L. Shapiro, 2nd Lieutenant Nathan H. Greenwood, Staff Sergeant Lawrence E. Rider, Staff Sergeant George F. Schulze and Technical SergeantRobert L. Waldrip were on board of a B-25 Mitchell medium bomber. The plane was shot down by flak while on a bombing raid to Gerbini airfield, in Sicily. It was 5 July 1943. All five crewmembers on board the plane were killed in the crash.
The men were buried in the temporary American cemetery GELA [Sicily] in plot-grave number I-101-1204 as a group burial.
After the war the remains of the men were repatriated and reburied in the Zachary Taylor National Cemetery [Kentucky] in grave E-246 (group burial)
I am working on a manuscript for a possible book about the Gela cemetery and would like to use the picture you posted on Findagrave.com, hope to finish the book this year 
On board the plane was also a pet, that was killed in the crash. I have no information what happened to the dog and where he was buried.
Can I have your permission, of course you will be credited and notified when the book will be finished
Are you related?, if so, can you help with information
|Frankie ||Donald Daly|
Thank you for sponsoring the memorial for Donald Daly!
Added by Frankie on Mar 11, 2014 11:09 AM
|Patti Johnson||from Patti|
my pc died. got new one. see my
profile page for new e-mail.
stiil working out the glitches.
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