|Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland (#47634285)|
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Jan Bos is a police officer in his hometown Nijmegen in Holland. He is an amateur World War Two historian to the 82nd Airborne Division and Troop Carriers. The 82nd liberated Nijmegen during the so-called operation Market Garden, starting 17 September 1944. The paratroopers and glidermen from the 82nd Airborne Division could not do their job without the support of the crewmembers of the Troop Carrier transport planes, dropping the paratroopers and towing the CG-4A Waco gliders.|
Am a member of the Historical Section of the National Liberation Museum in Groesbeek, Holland. Working on temporary American cemeteries in North Africa and Europe. Am also a member of the Groesbeek Airborne Friends.
Have adopted several graves at Margraten (Holland) and Henri Chapelle (Belgium) Cemeteries.
Currently doing research about the invasion of Sicily. D-Day for operation Husky was 10 July 1943. Intend to write a book on the temporary American cemetery GELA on Sicily, where over 1,200 Americans were buried in the 1943-1944 period. The book Will finished in the summer of 2015 (July or August) and Will be available on a DVD. The title:
THEY STAYED BEHIND
I am still looking for the men's and women's pictures killed in Sicily during World War Two, all kind of data/reports and pictures of the individual graves of the Gela cemetery. Also pictures of their graves in the United States or in the Sicily Rome and Florence cemeteries in Europe.
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|Pennsylvania Lady||Cpl Drury C. Adkins|
You may use any of my photographs.
Good luck with your book.
|W Piety||RE: Lt Louis Edward Rapin|
Yes - feel free to use the photo. No credit necessary. I'm not a relative, however. There's a small group trying to expand the military memorials on findagrave. B
Added by W Piety on Jan 29, 2016 11:12 AM
|James Mooney||RE: Corporal Myron E. Carter|
Just wondering did you ever finish your book?
|Kay and Duane Douglass||RE: Staff Sergeant Carl L. Javorsky|
You are most welcome to use any photos taken by us. We happened upon this memorial in Boistfort, Washington one icy New Year's Eve while out taking photos for Find.A.Grave. I remember well the look of the day and coming upon this small town with a very nice memorial near an old school away from the cemetery we were looking for. I don't know any more - good luck with your search.
To you and your family, a Happy New Year.
|Tom Buttress||RE: Lieutenant Kenneth H. Wakley|
Yes I know all about Kenneth, and I didn't take the photo a person in New York State did in the US but I'm sure you could use the photo... Just add Via me, Jan it took me some years to find Kenneth's one but I did in the end, I have 99.99 % of all the Market Garden Casualties and if your on Face Book come and find me Thomas Buttress your also find my name in the 5th ROH for Arnhem...
PS Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
|Pat McKenzie||William W. Bonner|
Yes, you have my permission to use my photo.
|Paul R||RE: Staff Sergeant Donald I. Kenyon|
You can user the picture.
Added by Paul R on Aug 10, 2015 7:57 AM
|mike ford||RE: Captain Curtis S. Griffin|
You are welcome to use any picture I post. I do not wish to have credit for any of my pictures.
|Michael [Randy] Walsh||Lewis Braden|
As the people below have said, feel free to use anything in anyway that you wish. If there is a need for anything else let me know as I visit Arlington regularly. As a matter of fact I am heading out there later this morning !
|Steve Rowe||RE: Staff Sergeant William W. McPhail|
You can use the obituary any way that you choose and I don't need to be credited.
My mother was a McPhail and had relatives in Illinois and in searching for them, I found the article about William. As far as I can tell, he is not related to me.
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