|455th AAA Historian (#47832164)|
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I have been the historian of the 455th AAA from 1992-2012. I am currently writing a history of the unit's activities in WW2. |
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|Sharon||RE: Sgt. Preston N. McCurry|
I am so glad I could help!!!! There were several KIA's in this cemetery. Happy hunting!!
Added by Sharon on Jul 10, 2015 6:19 PM
|Sue Leitzsey Bradley||RE: Pvt. Charles Mollay Cloninger|
You are welcome. I sent you a SAC letting you know you created a duplicate memorial (#148711400) for Charles Mollay Cloninger.
|Gracie Ann Matisyn||RE: Thomas R. Cox|
Happy to help. You're welcome.
|Roger L||RE: Lt. Robert Frascotti|
You are welcomed, I will post his parents later today.
Added by Roger L on Jun 26, 2015 11:36 AM
|Tammy M.||Phillip Dickman|
Thank you for the correction and the Amazing picture you added to the memorial. Most of all thanks for your service.
Added by Tammy M. on Apr 25, 2015 7:24 AM
|JS||Captain Lee Marshall|
Lee Marshall was my grandfather. He died when my mother was a year old. He was born in Australia, then came to the US at around age 33 (I believe) and joined the merchant marines. He received his captain's commission 2 years prior to the sinking of the SS Welch.
Added by JS on Mar 25, 2015 7:27 PM
|Terry (Todd) Ferl||RE: William the Conqueor Patton|
I'm so glad! The memorial will become even more delightful! I'm very glad to help! By the way, I looked at all your other memorials for your own dear dogs and your cat. Those too are inspirational, and the photos are wonderful.
I shall now go and look at Willie's memorial again.
Warm regards, Terry
|Terry (Todd) Ferl||Willie's memorial|
What a wonderful and touching memorial you have made for "William the Conqueror," General Patton's fine dog Willie. I came upon it by chance and was delighted to find it. Thank you for this contribution and all else you are doing to preserve military history and our heroes.
Terry Ellen Ferl, contributor 47880583
|sheuringd||RE: PFC Hamilton A. Mattox|
You're most welcome; I hope it had the information you needed, although there isn't a military marker.
Thank you for your service, and for making sure our veterans are remembered.
Debbie & Autumn
|Ron Miller||Delma W Wilburn|
I photographed a headstone for Mr Wilburn. It has an inscription that states he was a Sgt. with the 455th. Here is the memorial number 17556167. It appears that he was a KIA
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