|Jean Louis Vijgen||2Lt. Isidore Alfred|
On your Find a Grave, is written that he was a Navigator.
I can find only a few things (Partial Crew)on his AC and here.
|Sara Grivas||Samuel L McIlveen|
Sam is my first cousin once removed. You have a picture you contributed on his page. Are you related?
He is #57127938.
I'd love to find more on this line in my family.
Thank you so much,
|Jessica Adza||Thank you!|
Thank you for posting the photo on 2LT Philip T Lehman. He was a pilot during WWII that crashed in the Appenine Mountain range in Italy. Recently they found him, just 72 years later. Thank you for sharing his photo, so we can all remember him & never forget!
I found the obit while looking for someone else so I decided to send it along to you.
Added by Cara on Apr 06, 2016 4:01 PM
|Jeff Bramlett||Hubert McDonald|
Would it be ok to transfer Hubert McDonald to me. He was my uncle. My number is 48673582. His memorial number is 55922647.
|jsmycs||2Lt Max Elwin Wilbur|
my name is John Malecki and 2Lt Lax Wilbur is my 1st cousin 4x removed, and I am also in direct contact with his sister. I would appreciate if you would transfer his memorial (#56754031) to me so that I can add information.
Added by jsmycs on Dec 18, 2015 9:12 AM
|Jo C||Jean Kuhl #42453459|
Hello ~ I'm wondering if you would be so kind as to transfer the photo you posted of Jean to memorial 154979354.
This memorial created in 2009 was 6 years prior to his death and not permitted by Find A Grave and I will be asking them to delete the memorial.
Many thanks for your consideration ~ Jo C
Added by Jo C on Nov 17, 2015 2:05 PM
|Kathy Ferrell||Picture and information|
The information shows Ludie Joesph Travnicek as PFC HE WAS A SARGENT IN THE ARMY
|Kim Craigen||Robert Kircher #96854965|
Just wondering, how did you identify the photo you added of Robert Kircher, in WW11 uniform, as the Robert Kircher in the memorial....Kim Kircher Craigen.
|Michael Hernandez||Use of Photos|
I'd like to make a blanket request for permission to use your photos, provided on Find A Grave, related to those men who have served with the Seventh Bombardment Group. They would be used on pages on my website, www.dainthecbi.com, which is dedicated to preserving the memories and efforts of the men who served with that Bomb Group in WW2.
If you grant this permission, I will credit you as the source of the photographs, unless directed otherwise.
I look forward to your reply.
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