|Major M. (#46912518)|
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I am retired and currently live in the Rhineland-Pfalz area of Germany and as a -very- amateur history buff, I travel throughout Europe and its primary cemeteries. |
I consider my photographs to be public domain but I ask that if you are profiting from them, that you make a donation to either the USO or a reputable veteran's charity within your country; your integrity be your guide.
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|Donna Symmonds DiNino||RE: Pictures of Vernon Gregoroff|
Wow! The link to the awesome information about the "Forward 80th" was a wonderful surprise! I had been looking for something just like that that would have the information about the divisions journey through the war. It was great reading and my Dad now has it so he can read it as well! My Dad does say "Thanks so much for all this information you have provided!" You are truly a blessing for providing this information and my Dad and I are very grateful! Thanks, again, so very much! :)
|Cyndi Havely||Thank you|
Thank you so much for taking the time to do this for me and my family.
This has brought peace to my great uncle's death, which was not a peaceful one for him. I am hoping one day to come to France to be able to put flowers on his grave.
Thank you again for your kind gesture, it is greatly appreciated.
|nancy robison||Lance Corp Willard A Touchette|
Thank you so very very much for finding Willard's name of the memorial wall. It means a great deal to me.
Thanks again, Nancy
|YVONNE BILGIN||mark gaddie|
THANKS VERY MUCH FOR THE FOTO AND YOUR TIME AND EFFORT, IS IT OK FOR ME TO USE YOUR PIC ON MY FAMILY TREE PLS???
|Kay Nichols||Photos of Pvt. Elwyn Nichols|
Thank you so much for taking the photos of Pvt. Nichols grave stone. He is my husband's uncle. I am sorry it has taken me some time to reply as I have been ill and just checked my email and received the email.
Merci beau coups,
Kay and Larry Nichols
|Melissa Patterson Allen||Melvin Buckner|
I can't thank you enough for your wonderful efforts at taking the picture of my relative Melvin Buckner's grave marker! You made my day! People like you are what make Find A Grave such a wonderful place!
|Donna Symmonds DiNino||Pictures of Vernon Gregoroff|
Thank you every so much for taking these pictures for me! I appreciate that you took several different angles as it gives me more of a perspective that I would get if I was there myself.
My Dad, whom is still with us, lived with "Vern" (as he called him), from the time he was 5 until about 12 years of age, so Vern was a big part of Dad's life. Dad says that he never has seen any photo's of the grave-site. The only thing he remembers was the Army asking Vern's Mom if she wanted his remains shipped home or just buried there in France. I will show these photo's to my Dad tomorrow when he comes for dinner. Again, Thanks much for taking these pictures!
|K Voss||RE: Gordon Sudborough|
Thanks again, Major M. I have that aircrew picture you mentioned and it's a good one. Gordon was the last of three family KIA grave sites I was trying to find and get a photo for the rest of the family, so I'm very happy, thanks to you!
Added by K Voss on Jul 07, 2014 10:13 AM
|Andy Swinnen||Jack D Agee|
Thank you very much for taking this photo for me.
A couple of years ago I was on that cemetery and took a couple of photos of 401st BG veterans and all but one was good, I never had the opportunity to go back, so thank you very much
these men are fallen but will never be forgotten
|LeRoy L. Smith||PFC Guy Kehr Memorial|
Thank you "Major M." for the great clear photos of PFC Kehr's burial site. You have put the finishing touches on this beautiful memorial to one of our fallen warriors. God Bless you, Sir, for your service. Best Wishes.
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