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Posted By: UK researcher
I appreciate your service of bringing this all to people searching- I know from my own research records are not cheap! I purchased what I could from a researcher in St. Louis and did get some unit rosters payrolls and the morning report where Ray was listed MIA. So whatever created your passion for this even if I can't access thing from my own inability I thank you so much !
Posted By: Guest
Thankyou very much for helping me and for the extra information, I really do appreciate it......Thankyou once again for you efforts.…
Posted By: Guest
Fred, considering your own efforts, for myself I consider it a small repayment to be able to help in any way.
Posted By: Guest
N.a.v. de Emmy voor Omaha Beach. Wow Fred wat gaaf man. Gefeliciteerd! Ha Fred, gefeliciteerd! Congratulations, Fred! Very well deserved!!! Proficiat! Mooie samenloop van omstandigheden en warm om te zien hoe iets tragisch met zoveel aandacht en egards wordt behandeld. Prachtige waardering voor je werk Fred, van harte gefeliciteerd. Van harte gefeliciteerd Fred! Een geweldige erkenning voor de prachtige muziek die je componeert. Ere wie ere toekomt, Fred!! Van harte gefeliciteerd Fred! Een geweldige erkenning voor de prachtige muziek die je componeert.
Super Fred, een kroon op al je werk. Petje af.
Posted By: Fred
Zijdelings volg ik uw inspanningen welke u doet voor de mensen die ons bevrijd hebben. Met bijgaand project probeer im daar ook een invulling aan te geven. Mijn motivatie daartoe staat in de inleiding van bijgaand rapport. Dit wilde ik gewoon met u delen.

Veel succes en gefeliciteerd met uw Emmy!!
Posted By: Guest
Thank you so much for your efforts to put together this amazing memorial.
Roland Pearce is my great great uncle; my great-grandfathers brother. Ive heard so many stories about him and seen a few pictures. But no one speaks of how he passed. His father was so heart-broken when he got the information that Roland had passed. They were so close. Last year while cleaning my great-grandfathers garage, I came across an old rusted tin box, in it was packed full of letters written back and forth between Roland and his father while Roland was overseas. I was only able to take time to read maybe 3 or 4 but plan to sit down and go thru all of them. They are very detailed. Even letters between Roland and his sweetheart back here in North Carolina. Anyhow, is there any way i could find out what happened to him, did he get sick or did he pass in action? Im not sure who got his medals. Nobody seems to know. So sad that he is buried so far from home. The rest of the family is here on the farm.
Thank you so much again. I was actually able to see where he was buried, technology is amazing.
Posted By: Josh
My friend, Fred Vogels, a brilliant musician based in Amsterdam, is working on Back to Normandy, a site he create to collate stories on World War 2 -- the families of the soldiers have been very helpful. Do visit his site. This is a brilliant story for media, friends. Hope someone writes about it...
Posted By: Vidyottama on FB
I enjoy seeing your works on WW2 subjects. I think you are extremely talented, knowledgeable, and gifted. That's what I think.
Posted By: Guest
Thank you for providing information of our missing relative named as Pilot and Air Crew of Halifax LK709
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