Woman Searching For Siblings Born in England 1944-1953

Posted by on Feb 23, 2014 in Can You Help?

Woman Searching For Siblings Born in England 1944-1953

My father George E. Hulett (nickname: “Jimmy Dale”) US Army was: April 1944 Slapton Sands (undergoing training for Normandy) May 1944 Braunton Camp, Devon, England US Assault Training Center…Marshalling Area D-10 June 1, 1944 Martinstown, Dorset, England.  He shipped out with troops for Normandy. He did not make first Invasion due to illness, had to return with wounded troops to a military hospital. He went out with Replacement Troops, arrived at Normandy,...

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Howard Teal of 3939 Quartermaster Gas Supply Company

Posted by on Feb 23, 2014 in Can You Help?

Howard Teal of 3939 Quartermaster Gas Supply Company

I came across your web site looking for information on the 3939 Quartermaster Gas Supply Company and of course there is no information anywhere. My Grandfather was in that unit during WWII. Again he was in the 3939 Quartermaster Gas Supply Company. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Mike Everhart17515 Satsuma CircleWinter Garden, Florida 34787Mecoh48thnc@wmconnect.com

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Information Sought About History of Darland Hall

Posted by on Feb 23, 2014 in Can You Help?

Information Sought About History of Darland Hall

I am compiling a history of an old house in the United Kingdom called Darland Hall. It is located in a village called Rossett equidistant between Chester in England and Wrexham in Wales. It is well known that an American unit (either tank or artillery) was based in the hall during WWII. An extract from a message left on our village website: “Prior to the Duckworth’s owning the property, and after the Topsham’s, ownership during the war was to a man by the...

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Woman Searching for Father She’s Never Known

Posted by on Feb 23, 2014 in Can You Help?

Woman Searching for Father She’s Never Known

Helen, daughter of Margaret Brooks, is looking for her American serviceman father, Arthur REVERS or a name that sounds similar. If anyone can help at all or the story sounds familiar please get in touch. We believe Arthur was born around 1919, so he would be in his middle 80s now. Helen has wanted to find him ever since she can remember but has had no luck despite huge efforts. It is possible he was in the 116th, 25th Training Regiment, 29th Infantry Regiment or a...

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Can You Help?

Posted by on Feb 23, 2014 in Can You Help?

Geert Van den Bogaert, a guide at the Normandy American Military Cemetery, has been researching a battle fought during WWII by C Company, 38th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division on 13 June 1944 near Moulin des Rondelles. Geert will be visiting Company C family members in the US in Fall 2011 and doing research at the National Archives at College Park, MD.  He has also been interviewing over two dozen French civilian witnesses of the occupation and liberation of...

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PFC Joseph E. Taylor, Jr.

Posted by on Nov 4, 2013 in Can You Help?

PFC Joseph E. Taylor, Jr.

Tracy Turner of Suffolk, Virginia is looking for anyone who knew or may have information concerning his uncle, PFC Joseph Edgar Taylor, Jr. of the 29th Division. PFC Taylor was in “A” Company of the 115th Regiment and was KIA on July 11, 1944 in the drive on St. Lo, France. Tracy is anxiously looking for anyone who can help him with more information about his uncle and the battle in which he was killed. Tracy sent us a letter with the following information...

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