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|Dominique Potier (#47278008)|
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I am a Belgium Soldier , and I am very concerning by the WW2 US airbornes veterans and US soldiers burried on the European ground. I try to find all info about these heros .|
If someone would like a picture from a hero's grave in Belgium , please fell free to ask .
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|David Button||RE: Carmine P Porcaro # 127041889|
Yes you can access obituaries online, though the older ones usually cost. Since Carmine was living in Canton, MA when he died, a primary source would be Boston.com that its all of the Massachusetts obituary archives. Since Canton is a Boston suburb, I would try the Boston Globe first and the Boston Herald second.
Also consider joining Ancestry. com. Once you join, you can get all sorts of records as part of your subscription. For example, I found Carmine's entry in his High School yearbook. I had planned to send it to you as an attachment to the post, but it doesn't work. I would need your usual email address to reply with it.
|IAWA Images||2nd Lt. Robert K Austin|
Dom, If I may call you that?, thanks for finding out the outfits that Mr Austin served under, outing that under flowers. If you can find out more info, if available about him over there, please send. I knew the family. His head stone shot is coming soon.
I really didn't know much about him in his military service. I got info that he flew in the Army Air Corp till his medical discharge upto and including to the Berlin Flights, but not sure how he could have fathered two children with in two yrs in 1959-1961.
Please send anything you can about his duties if you find them, to my direct email. Oh, thanks for serving your country for freedom's sake. All the best, Watch your 6! KC.
|Rhonda McArthur-Rogoshewski-Reinen||Thank you|
Thank you for thinking of my great uncle John Rogoshewski. You are very kind. :)
Sad news about Col Dillard. I had the honor to meet him when he was here in April and spent a good visit with him. The soldier whose picture I posted was interesting. Killed on his 50th mission. You have to ask why someone would take so many chances?
Added by Andy on Sep 12, 2017 12:58 AM
Been awhile since we were in touch. If you check 56358480 you will see I posted a photo of the soldier. You may want to delete yours as there is another the same.
Added by Andy on Sep 11, 2017 7:57 AM
|Michael Brewer||Jack E Fetter # 153555434|
Hello. I haven't found his particular assignment, but know that he entered the US Army Air Corps as a private on April 9, 1942 and was discharged from active duty on September 1, 1945. If you have information indicating his service on airborne troop carriers, his service dates and branch of service would support it.
|Peggy||RE: Alfred J Curcie # 545173|
You are very welcome Domi and if I should find any information on Alfred Curcie I will certainly let you know!
Added by Peggy on Sep 11, 2017 5:37 AM
|Tombstone Tourist||RE: Dallas W Griffin # 181542549|
You're welcome, Dominique. Yes, I will contact you if I find an obituary.
|Barbara Wolf||Max Gecowets, Lindenwood|
Mr. Gecowets is not buried at Lindenwood per his obit. He is buried at Riverview Memory Gardens in Defiance, Ohio. His obit did say he was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran. If you would like a copy of his obit, I would be willing to send it to you.
|Dan Phelan||RE: Richard R Petruska # 1076463|
I looked using several sources and I never found an obit for that Richard Petruska, sorry.
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