Hello, This is my Dad's uncle. I am in position of the flag that was presented to the family after his death. I would like to find out any information on he service. My email is [email protected] Thank you
Was on a tour of the Normandy American Cemetery and we were each given a rose to place on a grave. I picked George W. Wolf and said a prayer for him and his family. I'm glad I picked George because no one has made any comments on his site. He is not ...
I would like all information you can give me and if there is any of the men still alive that might have known Private Bryant H. Lipham. His family are members of our church back in the United States.
Private Lawruk's son, Robert Lawruk, serves as a federal court security officer at the United States courthouse in Chicago, Illinois. Robert is a Marine Corps veteran who served in Vietnam. Private Lawruk also has a daughter in law and a grandson....
This plane was brought down over Deleen Holland, unfortunately only 1 member of the crew survived
Flight Lieutenant Kenneth Bernard Wright was my father's cousin, My grandmother and his mother were sisters. He was born in Sept 1921 in Wellington Shropshire. ( My father was a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, I have his Normandy Medal) When I was gro...
J.C. Wickett was my Grampa, any info much appreciated! [email protected]
This plane was probably shot down by the mosquito flomn by Bob Bayley. I have a report written by him. His plane crashed in my homeplace Renswoude SGLO T3732. I would like to know more about Uffz J. Tank
Cecil Russell was my great uncle. I would love to know any more details if anyone has them.
On March 17th/18th 1941 Bartlett was shot down over Chiddingly, East Sussex, in Hurricane Z 2704. He baled out wounded while the aircraft crashed at Stream Farm.
The pilot was Sgt Albert Frederick Charles Saunders, killed on landing the aircraft. He was only 19 and is buried in Earlsfield Cemetery near Wandsworth.
I am looking forward to your info and perhaps photos. I know a little bit of Les Fleurs de la Mémoire. You do a great job!
Hello, I am a member of the French association Les Fleurs de la Mémoire, which goal is to honor the American soldiers who rest in the Normandy and Brittany American Cemeteries. Each member has the duty of visiting the grave of the soldier(s) he/she ...
Hello, The pilot of this aircraft is my Grandfather. If you would like any further information. please contact me at [email protected] Regards Tony
Thank you so much for posting. My Great Uncle was part of this crew and am looking for any and all information about the crew and what happened.
Thank you so much to all who helped to free my home town, Gdynia Poland! The air raids were necessarry and are remembered.
While visiting Normandy on April 9, 20017 I placed a rose on private Shuping's. grave site to thank him for his sacrifice.
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My name is stephen Jenkins my uncle, sgt Samuel jenkins was the wireless operator on Lancaster w4275 the aircraft was lost the night of 9/7/43 returning from a mission. Four of the crew members are buried in a small churchyard in a village called Mar...
My father was with the 903 Ordnance Heavy Automotive Maintenance Company (HAMS) through out the war. He mentioned a "castle" he was stationed at after the war ended. this must have been it...
PE sibeth was my grandfather. Definitely did not die in that crash