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|I am an Illinois high school teacher who became involved in an memorial to the 192nd Tank Battalion which fought on Bataan. Since then, we have added the 194th Tank Battalion and 17th Ordnance to the website. Most of the pages I deal with have to do with members of the two tank battalions or 17th Ordnance. In addition, there are a number of pages that are memorials to former students, of the high school I teach at, who died in World War II and Vietnam. |
I also have added memorials to men who are named on the Tablets of the Missing at Manila and are listed on the ABMC website but, for whatever reason, had no Find-A-Grave page.
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|Famlygeni||RE: Robert Gagnier 89750948|
Thank you for the heads up for his site! It is a beautiful remembrance of his life and sacrifice!
|Linda Mead||Dwight Miller|
Thank you very much for the additional military information. I have added it to his memorial.
Thank you for linking him to his parents.
Added by sha9876 on Jul 23, 2015 11:36 AM
|G. Mounger||RE: Marshall Kennady|
Thanks, it looks great.
|Kerry Rae Smith Moser||Ernest McKinney|
Thanks for the info. it is posted.
|Carol S||Handren Fitzgibbons|
Bio added. Thanks for sending it to me.
Added by Carol S on Jul 11, 2015 7:41 AM
Thank you so much for the information on Adrian. It really breaks my heart to hear what these men endured for our freedom.
Added by kateb on Jul 02, 2015 5:21 AM
|Rita Osborne||Memorial# 138340623|
A super big thank you for the information. My cousin and I have several family members who died in that terrible march. Thank you so very much for the information on Willard Hall.
|William P. Hartlage||RE: Joseph Aull Memorial 56758704|
JimO - Thanks for the message and adding the Tablets of the Missing photo to Joseph Harry Aull's Find A Grave memorial. In 2001 I received a large photo of the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial with a similar photo name listing insert. Joe was my mother's first cousin. I was only 4 months old when he died but from an early age I heard about his death. Sadly remains of most all of those killed when the USS Indianapolis was sunk are in the "lost at sea category". However, I do believe his family placed a memorial marker for him in St. William Cemetery in Knottsville, Kentucky.
Added by ShaneO on Jun 17, 2015 10:42 PM
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