|Dave J||RE: Fritz Oerter|
I would love to be able to get all the information on Fritz I can get.
My mother in law, Fritz's sister cried when she saw the picture
A high res picture would be wonderful.
Her name is Klara Elizabeth Oerter (Roberts)
She was born in 20 MAY 1924 Cologne.
She lives In Michigan USA.
Thanks for all you have done.
You helped put a smile on an old ladies face.
Added by Dave J on Mar 26, 2016 6:56 PM
|Dave J||Fritz Oerter|
With your permission I'd like to use the photos of Fritz Oerter (NO. 76440229)in the family tree archives. Giving you credit for the photos.
Just for your information, The picture of Fritz was the first picture my mother in law has seen of her brother in years.
Added by Dave J on Mar 26, 2016 11:03 AM
|Anna||RE: Permission Request|
I appreciate the offer, thank you. I will let you know when I finalize everything.
Added by Anna on Mar 07, 2016 4:44 AM
I am presently working on a project honoring the soldiers from my hometown who gave the ultimate sacrifice. May I have your permission to use the image from 1st Sgt. Victor Keichelís, Pvt. Howard Krapfís, and Tec4 Paul Moranís memorials at the Netherlands American Cemetery with credit being given to you? Thank you for your consideration and thank you for what you do. Anna (#47378913)
Added by Anna on Mar 06, 2016 10:22 AM
|EmptyL||Find A Grave Memorial# 62716187|
Hello, this grave roughly translates as "A German Soldier."
I am curious as to how this is connected as the wife of David Moore (Find A Grave Memorial# 61993017), buried in GA?
Added by EmptyL on Feb 20, 2016 4:28 PM
|Kenneth Gilbert||RE: Paul Semrau|
Glad to help!
|Loren Bender||Robert Sudbury|
Thanks for posting the Memorial photo for Robert Sudbury.Have a wonderful day!
|Soren Flensted||Permission to use a picture|
Can I possibly get permission to use the picture of the cross of Felix Weiner resting on Ysselsteyn cemetery in Holland ? I would like to use it on my site www.flensted.eu.com as I am preparind the story about him and his fellow crewmembers. You will offcause be credited.
|Betsy K||code on grave in Overijssel, Netherlands|
I am researching my in-laws and may have found the Albert Grimm who left Michigan in the early 1940s.
On the cross the name and birthdate match. Under his name is: OGEFR. Does anyone know what that stands for?
Thank you for any assistance.
Added by Betsy K on Jan 10, 2016 11:11 AM
|Paul Gilberg||RE: Georg Gilberg|
Thank you very much.
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