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Stewart Clark Jr
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My father Stewart Sr was in the 102, 407 company C
Monday, September 07 2015 - 01:03 PM
Name:
Robert Gipson


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My grandfather, Gilbert Farrer, served in HQ, 381st FA Bn. He died when I was 3 and didn't talk much about his military service with the family. If there's any way I can get any information from Mr. Dunning on his military service record or any other information that would be great. Thank you.

I'm currently in San Antonio, TX but the Guestbook wouldn't accept my data
Sunday, August 16 2015 - 09:01 PM
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Roger Schijven
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Hello Everybody. My name is Roger Schijven (the Netherlands) and i'm the proud adoptant of the grave of Byron M. Allison. Byron served at the 405th Infantry Regiment, 102 Division, servicenumber 37749165. Byron enlisted at august 7, 1944 at fort Levenworth Kansas and deceased at febuary 26, 1945 near Erkelenz Germany while he was crossing the river Ruhr. Byron is enlisted on The Wall of the Missing at the American War Cemetery at Margraten, the Netherlands. I've already contact with his family but i'm searching for his comrads during WO II. Is there anyone who could help me? Thanx a lot for reading this note and for your help.
Roger Schijven, Kerkrade, The Netherlands.
Tuesday, August 04 2015 - 02:12 PM
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Alan Brockmeier
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My father was a Ozark: SSgt. Lowell L. Brockmeier from Forreston, IL. Member of 407th Inf. He was very proud to have been an Ozark, but very humble in saying he was but one of many who served. He passed: 8 Sept. 2014 in Clovis, NM.
Wednesday, July 22 2015 - 01:30 PM
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mark mitchell
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I am a Son Of The Ozarks,
father was Ssgt. Marcus E. Mitchell, Battery Sgnt., 'B' Battery, 379th.FA. BN.. Dad was an original Ozark, having been pulled from the 2nd ID to serve as the Cadre to train the newly federalized
102nd. He served through the war w/Ozark & was very, very proud of his men & his division! I have photos & a few stories to share. He passed just 2 weeks before the Ozark reunion in San Antonio 1998.
Tuesday, May 26 2015 - 01:56 PM
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Vincent DiPilato
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I grew up in a NY development where many of these well deserving of honor WW2 veterans lived. One of these was Mr. Carmine Corretti. He lived across the street. My family being Italian lived in Italy during the WW2 and I grew up with their stories of the war and its horrors. Mr. Corretti and my father were friends. I looked up his name and found him. He told me about his D-Day beach assault and I was always in awe and so respected him for what he did. I cannot express enough how thankful now I am to having known him and miss those days when our families would on occasion get together. God Bless all those then and now who served to protect our USA.
Wednesday, May 13 2015 - 02:20 PM
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Robert Maguire
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My uncle Michael Clarke, originally of County Mayo, Ireland and who lived in Brooklyn, NY after he emigrated, always told me that he was a machine gunner with the Ozark Division.
Saturday, May 09 2015 - 12:14 PM
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J. Mevis
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I should like to ask your help.I have in Margraten (Netherlands) an adoption tomb of Mc Tamney, James H service number 06718279 Date of Death 25. Feb 1945, but I do not have a photo of James.Maybe you have a photo from his military service in the archive time.I would be very grateful!With friendly greetings j. Mevis, the Netherlands.
Monday, May 04 2015 - 02:07 AM
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Mark Monahan
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My uncle KENNETH RHEAUME from MINNESOTA served in an infantry regiment of the 102nd.
Otherwise all I know is that his family received notice he was MIA for several days. I'm sorry thats all I know. He survived the war. But I believe he suffered from what he experienced.
Love to hear for anyone knowing him or of him
Thanks.
Thursday, April 23 2015 - 02:42 AM
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Ronald Byers
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Father Ralph Byers was in the 102 in WWII
Saturday, April 18 2015 - 10:54 AM
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