|Bob Karberg (#47387925)|
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I am the nephew of US Army S/Sgt. Gerald Endl, a Congressional Medal of Honor and two Purple Heart recipient. He was with Co. C, 128th Infantry Regiment of the 32nd Division. |
My search is to locate a list for the names of the 11 comrades and second platoon, or their survivors, he saved on 11 July 1944, near Anamo, New Guinea. My objective is to display in a museum exhibit his Medals honorably and to give gratitude to those who have served with or saved and rightfully deserve such a recognition.
Your help in locating this information would be greatly appreciated, as deep in my heart these individuals and their families are part of mine, including the generations to come.
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|Loveid Genealogy Project||RE: Paul Van Sickle|
Yes, please & thank you!
|Loveid Genealogy Project||Paul F Van Sickle|
Hello, just a heads up that your Find A Grave Memorial #93420941
is a dup of Find A Grave Memorial# 14135999, added May 01, 2006.
|Ray Gurganus||RE: Sally Ann O'Cain Satchwell|
I believe so, yes. On my website here's what I've been able to gather for this family.
Info was previously added.From FAQ's-"Please do not include the names of living or surviving relatives in the biography, unless you have their permission."
Added by Bob on Oct 25, 2014 6:29 PM
|Dan T.||RE: Baumgarte's memorials|
Glad I could help.
Added by Dan T. on Aug 31, 2014 7:50 PM
|Ron Keith||RE: Raymond Fiedler|
you are welcome
|Storres Myers||RE: Ray Fielder|
You are welcome and thank you for responding.--Storres
|Kari Olson||Hansons in Oakwood|
Hi Bob, the Hansons were there just where the request said they were. It IS Oakwood which is part of the Mauston Cemetery Association. Mauston Cemetery is on the east side of Attewell St and Oakwood on the west side.
|Kari Olson||Your requests for Hansens in Oakwood|
Hi Bob, I see that Kathy Deneen says this has been renamed the Mauston Cemetery.,she is not quite right, this is still the Oakwood area with the plot, section and block you list. I will look tomorrow to see if i can find these for you.
|Jennifer Madison||RE: Anna Margaretha Kieckhefer|
I took a 2nd look at the Kieckhefer plot and noted the following: There is a partially buried marker for Tochter von Kieckhefer (Mar 1880 - May 1880), which matches the dates for Ella Theresa. There is also a "Sohn von F. Kieckhefer" 12-26-1880 to 1-11-1887. Friederike Buchholz was born in 1796, death date is not visible. There are also 2 children named Erwin & Adolph Scheets. I seem to have deleted the e-mail that you sent me, so I'm not sure how all of these people are related.
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