|Des Philippet (#46914181)|
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Living in the southern part of the Netherlands. Hobby's: World War II and US Military Cemeteries all over the world. I am also a photo volunteer. If anyone would like a picture from the American Cemetery in Margraten and Henri-Chapelle please contact me.***Please don't take my photos and claim them as your own work*** |
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|Sheila Sartain Snyder||Thank you!|
Thank you for posting the picture of Uriah Mash's marker. I doubt I will ever get a chance to visit it in person, much as I would love to do that.
|Floydene Gillihan||Ewell Sanders #56303477|
I am a relative of Ewell Sanders and would like permission to add the information and photo to my Ancestry Family Tree. Thank you.
Floydene Sanders Gillihan
|DeeDee||Photo of Andrew J. Barrett|
Thank you ever so much for the work you have done taking photos of our loved ones who died in WWII. Andrew was my grandfather who I never got to meet. I had originally thought that this photo was posted by the military until I noticed your name today. I, for one, really appreciate your dedication to this. I am also an avid reader of WWII, however I have never been to Europe to be able to see the sites. The photos alone are haunting, I can't imagine having lived there at that time.
Added by DeeDee on Jul 19, 2014 8:17 PM
|Janice Hollandsworth||RE: Anne Katherine Cullen|
Thanks for checking that for me.
|Janice Hollandsworth||Anne Katherine Cullen|
Is there a master file of those buried at Henri-Chapelle that you could search to see if Miss Anne Cullen is interred there? All records that I can find indicate that she was buried there but I can find no repatriation records for her. She was a nurse who was killed in 1944.
Here is a Find A Grave memorial for her:
|Linda Hutchason||Robert A. Malm|
Dear Sir; Thank you so much for posting the grave marker of my mother's only brother. He was so brave, knowing that he would not return from war, but going anyhow. Sincerely, Linda H.
|Jerry Heffner||Grave Memorial# 89644985|
PLEASE CHANGE TO DEATH YEAR TO 1945 (SEE ENLARGED PHOTO OF THE STONE). HIS BIRTH DATE IS 05 APRIL 1917. THIS IS MY COUSIN, I WAS NAMED AFTER HIS MIDDLE NAME.
THANKS SO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR WORK.
|E S Elliott||Thank You-Peter Snoich|
I can't thank you enough for taking the time to photograph my Grest-Uncle, Peter Snoich's Grave in the Netherlands. He was born in Coaldale, PA, where there is a grave memorial reminding us of where Peter was buried in Margraten. Until I had dinner with a Dutch-American friend I did not know how well you, the Dutch, care and honor the American graves.
We think my uncle Peter died under friendly fire, but we don't really know. His parents emigrated to America from The Ukraine around the 1880s. peter was born in America.
I will figure out how to upload the grave marker that I have from his Pennsylvania family cemetery.
|anne lindsay-smith||Robert Banks|
I have just seen the photo of my uncles grave ( my fathers brother) who died at the age of 22 never known to me but never forgotten .
Many many thanks
|ANN ROGENSKI||Headstone pic|
I would like to add the photo of Pvt Robert J Chapman's (# 56197530) headstone to my family tree on Ancestry. He was my 9th cousin 1x removed,not close but still family.
Ann Rogenski # 47180359
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