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Jan Bos from Nijmegen, Holland (#47634285)
 member for 2 years, 5 months, 29 days
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MVC
RE: Pfc Paul J. Schoettler
You are very welcome to use my photo. I hope it adds to your project.

Added by MVC on Mar 03, 2014 8:10 AM

Vadis Sagadraca
RE: Cpl Clifford COOTER
Thank you very much!

Added by Vadis Sagadraca on Jan 23, 2014 3:52 PM

ROBO
RE: Pfc John D. Griswold
USE IT WITH MY PLEASURE..
GOOD LUCK ON THE BOOK..

Added by ROBO on Jan 19, 2014 4:46 PM

JB
Air Corps or US Army
The United States Army Air Corps (USAAC) was the statutory forerunner of the United States Air Force. Renamed from the Air Service on 2 July 1926, it was part of the United States Army and the immediate predecessor of the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), established on June 20, 1941. Although abolished as an administrative echelon in 1942, the Air Corps (AC) remained as one of the combat arms of the Army until 1947.

This is why some Air Corps pilots are listed as members of the US Army, especially before 1947.

Added by JB on Jan 13, 2014 12:14 AM

Marianne Dial Deadmon
RE: Cpl James R. Daniels
I am not sure if I replied to a message from you in 2012 requesting permission to use a picture I had used. You are certainly most welcome to use it and I hope it is not too late for your book.

Added by Marianne Dial Deadmon on Jan 05, 2014 5:05 PM

Marianne Dial Deadmon
RE: Cpl James R. Daniels
I am not sure if I replied to a message from you in 2012 requesting permission to use a picture I had used. You are certainly most welcome to use it and I hope it is not too late for your book.

Added by Marianne Dial Deadmon on Jan 05, 2014 5:05 PM

Dale Safford
RE: T/Sgt Tony Shubat
#13066505
I have just added all the information that I could find about Tony Shubat. Hope it helps!

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Dale, any information you can find about T/Sgt Tony Shubat is more than welcome, als his picture.

Dale, the entire Mediterranean ( North Africa/Gibraltar/Sicily - area was called "North African Theater of Operations", I do not know for Corsica/Italian Mainland, Yugoslavia, etc

thanks for your help

Jan Bos
Nijmegen, Holland

Added by Dale Safford on Dec 20, 2013 10:32 PM

MVC
RE: Pfc Paul J. Schoettler
You are more than welcome to use my picture of Pfc Paul J. Schoettler's memorial site. Good luck with your book!

Added by MVC on Dec 12, 2013 8:15 PM

Nicole Rogers Wiebe
Flight Officer Cullen R. Campbell
You have my permission to use the photo, I would be honored. I sent the 2 original photos to your email. :)

Added by Nicole Rogers Wiebe on Dec 12, 2013 7:09 PM

Ken & Nancy
William E. Morrison
No additional information.

Added by Ken & Nancy on Dec 12, 2013 2:52 PM

Chuck Metcalfe
RE: Pvt Paul R. Simmons
You absolutely may use the photograph I posted on his memorial.

Thank you,

Chuck

Added by Chuck Metcalfe on Dec 12, 2013 2:11 PM

Ardith
Permission to use photograph
You are welcome to use the photograph I took in your book. I am glad it is of value to you.

Ardith

Added by Ardith on Dec 12, 2013 12:56 PM

Tom Brocher
RE: 2Lt Walter L. Mason Jr

Jan:

Thank you for asking permission to use my photograph. I would be very honored and happy if you used the photo.

Best wishes on your project.

Tom

Added by Tom Brocher on Dec 08, 2013 11:26 PM

LC
Ralph Gilliland
This memorial was created and managed by the Veterans Affairs. Please contact them and maybe they can add the information you have on this person. Good luck.

Added by LC on Dec 08, 2013 6:17 AM

LC
Ralph Gilliland
This memorial was created and managed by the Veterans Affairs. Please contact them and maybe they can add the information you have on this person. Good luck.

Added by LC on Dec 08, 2013 6:16 AM

LC
Photos
As I mentioned in my Find A Grave Bio and Links, I consider the photos I take as public property. As long as they aren't being used in a negative way, feel free to copy and use them.
I take these pictures to share.

Added by LC on Dec 07, 2013 10:38 PM

LC
Photos
As I mentioned in my Find A Grave Bio and Links, I consider the photos I take as public property. As long as they aren't being used in a negative way, feel free to copy and use them.
I take these pictures to share.

Added by LC on Dec 07, 2013 10:38 PM

NYGraveFinder
Re:Gordon Waffle
You are more than welcome to use the article and photo. I have additional info and photo of Gordon if you would like. I can also send this particular article to you in a private email,It might show up better than it does on his memorial. Gordon was one of the first soldiers who left his hometown along with my uncle,who ended up as a POW in a German War Camp. I would love to know when the book is finished so that I can purchase a copy. I can also send you a link to my uncles story if you are interested I reading it.
Sincerely,
Cindy

Added by NYGraveFinder on Dec 03, 2013 7:04 PM

NYGraveFinder
Re:Gordon Waffle
You are more than welcome to use the article and photo. I have additional info and photo of Gordon if you would like. I can also send this particular article to you in a private email,It might show up better than it does on his memorial. Gordon was one of the first soldiers who left his hometown along with my uncle,who ended up as a POW in a German War Camp. I would love to know when the book is finished so that I can purchase a copy. I can also send you a link to my uncles story if you are interested I reading it.
Sincerely,
Cindy

Added by NYGraveFinder on Dec 03, 2013 7:04 PM

NYGraveFinder
Re:Gordon Waffle
You are more than welcome to use the article and photo. I have additional info and photo of Gordon if you would like. I can also send this particular article to you in a private email,It might show up better than it does on his memorial. Gordon was one of the first soldiers who left his hometown along with my uncle,who ended up as a POW in a German War Camp. I would love to know when the book is finished so that I can purchase a copy. I can also send you a link to my uncles story if you are interested I reading it.
Sincerely,
Cindy

Added by NYGraveFinder on Dec 03, 2013 7:04 PM

NYGraveFinder
Re:Gordon Waffle
You are more than welcome to use the article and photo. I have additional info and photo of Gordon if you would like. I can also send this particular article to you in a private email,It might show up better than it does on his memorial. Gordon was one of the first soldiers who left his hometown along with my uncle,who ended up as a POW in a German War Camp. I would love to know when the book is finished so that I can purchase a copy. I can also send you a link to my uncles story if you are interested I reading it.
Sincerely,
Cindy

Added by NYGraveFinder on Dec 03, 2013 7:03 PM

Helen Collins
RE: T/5 Russel O. Rastliff
Your very welcome to use the photos added to this memorial. Mr. Ratliff's headstone is just a foot or so off the fence and hard to photograph as I recall. I will try for another picture on my next visit. Helen

Added by Helen Collins on Nov 30, 2013 9:52 PM

Carl Robert Coe
Robert T. Coe
Please see memorial #10038460

Added by Carl Robert Coe on Nov 30, 2013 12:19 PM

Dale Safford
RE: T/Sgt Tony Shubat
You had sent me this message concerning memorial #13066505.
I am not a relative-I'm a retired Librarian who likes to document the burials in my area and look up information about the people. I originally did this memorial for a man in Zlobin, Croatia who was researching for a book on people who moved abroad from his town (Tony's ancestors).
Yes, you can certainly use the photo and thank you for asking. I could look up more information on him to add to his memorial and will let you know when I do that. In the meantime, I will add what you have said. The newspapers back then were trying to be protective of information, and didn't give much out ("died in Africa"-WHERE in the continent?).
I have no idea about the question of Army or Air Corps.
What a wonderful book project!
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T/Sgt Tony Shubat was severely wounded during D-Day of operation Husky, 10 July 1943. He was evacuated back to Africa where he died the following day. Sgt Shubat was buried in the temporary American II Corps Cemetery in Mateur (Tunisia). He was buried in grave B-2-14, probably the following day.

After the war his remains were repatriated and buried in the Stambaugh Cemetery in Iron River, Michigan.

You took a picture of his grave and I would like to ask your permission to use the picture for a book project about the temporary American GELA Cemetery in Sicily.

If Sgt Shubat would have been buried in Sicily he have been buried in GELA.

I have him listed as a member of the AirCorps, while on the grave marker US Army is mentioned, can you advise

Of course you will be credited and notified when the book is finished

thank you

Jan Bos
Nijmegen, Holland

Added by Dale Safford on Nov 27, 2013 5:17 AM

Chuck Hilton
RE: RM3 Ernest L. Fletcher
Jan,
You may use any photos I have Taken at Beverly Cemetery.
Chuck Hilton

Added by Chuck Hilton on Nov 25, 2013 10:31 PM

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