|Tim Cook (#46481904)|
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I have been researching some of the 36,000 + Army Air Forces personnel who died in the line of duty, of non-combat causes during the World War II era in service-related accidents. It is said that more|
than 15,500 Army airmen were killed in airplane accidents between 1941 and 1946, within the borders of the U.S. and it's territories. They gave their all and died in the service of their country, but received no purple hearts and virtually no mention in the history books and have largely been forgotten by time.
For corrections, additions, or requests for transfer of memorial, please use the Edit tab, and select Suggest a Correction or Provide Additional Information to make any update requests. It is much easier to handle the issue this way, rather than a personal message.
I am happy to update any memorial, including family links. But I DO NOT like adding census information, copies of death certificates and please do not add long obituaries to the "photo" area. The information can be condensed and pasted into the bio area. If you don't have the time to type out the obituary, just email it to me. I will add it and give you credit for finding it.
I appreciate any information that can "round out" someone's bio.
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PS Thank You for honoring Veterans!
|karen cuccinello||RE: Louis Joseph VanSchaik|
OOPS I spelled it wrong, forgot a "c", sorry
|karen cuccinello||Louis Joseph VanSchaik|
can I use your great pic of his grave stone (will give you cred's of course) for my book on Spanish American War Veterans with Connections to Schoharie County NY? I can send you all the info. I have gathered on him.
I got a photo of Dale A. Rottier #111764451 and his parents also. I had seen that there were 2 memorials for Dale A. Rottier and I saw that you are doing memorials on service people and thank you for that. You had your memorial made out first before the other memorial. The person who has it has his edits and emails disable. You might want to say something to findagrave. The
person is III#47426837. I took the photo's today.
Thank-you for taking a picture of Pearl Wiemers's headstone. I really appreciate it.
|Karen McPherson||RE: Wendover Field accident/Ralph Enswiler|
Thanks Tim, for you help! I truly appreciate all you have done to keep these folks in our hearts and minds...
|Karen McPherson||Wendover Field accident|
Do you have an newspaper articles pertaining to your comment regarding:
Sgt. Ralph Homer Emswiler
"Sergeant, 306th Bomb Group from Wendover Field, Utah. He was one of seven Army airmen killed in a crash of B-17E Flying Fortress #41-2604, ten miles southeast of the air base."
He is buried in Glen Rest here in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. We would like to know more about him if you have info.
|Anthony N. Perez||Louie F Alvarez|
Thank you for taking the photo of his grave it will help with the memorial I am creating for him
Also I noticed you have been researching fatal Army Air Forces accidents and I myself have found this book to be useful
|Janice Hollandsworth||Edward Armijo|
Thanks! I appreciate it.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Thankyou~!|
Just wanted to say thank you for honoring my update requests. You are among a very sacred few who do.
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