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110th-35th Quartermaster (#47473474)
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Bio Photo I am trying to preserve the memory of my father's World War II Regiment, the 110th "Yoo Hoo"-35th Quartermaster Division.

I am telling my father's story and honoring his division on my blog. The Yoo Hoo incident is their claim to fame and you can find my version of the story here....

http://wp.me/p2eEip-1s3

If you are interested in learning more you can follow the link below.

http://wp.me/p2eEip-E

If you think you are one of the family members of my father's division please leave a message for me.

You will find a roster of the men of this division on my blog at the above links

Thank you for your loved ones service to our country.
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Steve Smith
RE: James Brewer
I have always wondered about the symbol on this grave. I looked this up:

In regular Craft Masonry, the symbol of the set square and compass, bearing the letter G inside is substituted for the Triple Tau worn on the Masonic apron. According to Masonic lore, the letter G stands for the name of their god, and also at the same time it represents geometry. The use of Sacred Geometry is a fundamental part of the mythos of Freemasonry.
Added by Steve Smith on Feb 24, 2014 9:17 PM
tricia potter
Halstead
I found one to post!
Added by tricia potter on Nov 08, 2013 4:13 PM
tricia potter
Robert E. Halstead
Is there any chance you might have a photo of him? He was crushed between two trucks in Germany, I believe it was. I worked at the cemetery office here in town when I ran across his file and was so hurt there wasn't a headstone for him but I got one ordered and put up. There was even a dedication for him on Memorial Day a few years back.

Thank you,

Tricia
Added by tricia potter on Nov 08, 2013 3:37 PM
Gordy Allison
RE: Sorry
I worked there for 18 years..
Added by Gordy Allison on Jul 20, 2013 12:54 AM
Irv and Marietta
RE: Robert Winter
You are so welcome. It is with pleasure we photograph and post these cemeteries.
Added by Irv and Marietta on Jun 24, 2013 11:37 AM
MLCombs
35th Quartermaster Company
My name is Matthew; my grandfather Murray Lee Combs served in the 35th Quartermaster (his memorial # 107622869). I though you might like the link for your virtual cemetery. Thanks!
Added by MLCombs on Jun 23, 2013 7:42 PM
Irv and Marietta
RE: Robert Winter 89477737
No we do not know the family, just photographed that cemetery. The names posted are on the front and back of the headstone. Marietta
Added by Irv and Marietta on Apr 15, 2013 12:16 AM
Stuart Strout Woodside Skolfield
RE: Mary Lynn Woodside
Thank you very much for the quick reply. I am very much interested in this family. I will send you a little info through another source & add you to my friends list. Your Friend, Stuart
Added by Stuart Strout Woodside Sk... on Dec 05, 2012 10:33 AM
Jason
Warta
I am part of the Warta family that live in the mid-West. Any photos and info you have would be wonderful. As soon as I mentioned Woodside to my father, he immediately said "Lefty".
Added by Jason on Jun 01, 2012 9:14 PM
Amy
RE: Robert and Maxine Winter Picture
well if you can eliminate somebody it still puts you one step closer! Good hunting!
:-) A
Added by Amy on May 02, 2012 7:03 PM
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