|Bob Karberg (#47387925)|
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I am the nephew of US Army S/Sgt. Gerald Endl, a Congressional Medal of Honor and two Purple Heart recipient. He was with Co. C, 128th Infantry Regiment of the 32nd Division. |
My search is to locate a list for the names of the 11 comrades and second platoon, or their survivors, he saved on 11 July 1944, near Anamo, New Guinea. My objective is to display in a museum exhibit his Medals honorably and to give gratitude to those who have served with or saved and rightfully deserve such a recognition.
Your help in locating this information would be greatly appreciated, as deep in my heart these individuals and their families are part of mine, including the generations to come.
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|Jacki Bierma||RE: Robinson's Plot location|
Thanks for doing this Bob
|Gramma Kathy||Gordon Brummond|
Were you the person asking for a picture for Gordon? Whomever it was, the Find A Grave volunteer said they couldn't find the stone.
I have downloaded a photo of Gordon's stone, I'm thinking they were in the wrong Johnstown Cemetery. There is North Johnstown, Old Johnstown and Johnstown Center......anyhow I found it and have downloaded the picture.
|Seeker Mel||RE: Kenneth Messeth gravestone|
Glad to help out. Sorry had to take at an angle because of the lighting in the chapel reflected on the marble.
|Jacki Bierma||RE: Lawrence Buchholz|
Entry has been removed. This was an entry I inherited from Cemetery Walker and hadn't really looked at it until you called my attention to it. Thanks for notifying me about this - it is always appreciated.
|Jacki Bierma||RE: Lawrence G. Buchholtz, FAG # 98511595|
Would you like me to remove his entry?
|Nathan Haines||Lois Buchholz|
I took pics yesterday per your request for Lois Buchholz. I have a couple more shots I could email you if interested. I did not want to overload her Find A Grave page with too many pics.
I see on your profile page that your uncle was a Gerald Endl.
I found this page on the web with a picture of him on it. I would imagine you have already seen this page?=
If this web address does not work for you just Google this and it should come up=
Medal of Honor Recipients
from the 32D ‘Red Arrow' Infantry Division
Did you ever find the names of the guys in the unit he was in? I would imagine if you just contacted the VA they would be able to either tell you or at least tell you how you could find that out.
Nathan in Portland
|Barbara Orlando||Lawrence Buchholtz|
I searched for Lawrence and he is very much alive. He will be buried next to his wife Carrie in Evergreen Cemetery. The Hoard Museum has a 50th Wedding Anni. picture of Lawrence and Carrie in the Jefferson County Union archives. It seems Larry also had a pet chimpanze.
|lynn frazer||RE: Louisa Brummond.|
Your are welcome. I was sad to see that it was in such bad condtion.
|Jeanie Brown||RE: Frederick Salmon headstone|
Would you mind adding the Plot Photo? I'd appreciate it.
Cemetery photo added. Jenean
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