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Name: Wolfgang Hofmann
Address: Rottendorferstr. 13 b
City, State, ZIP: D-97218 GERBRUNN Germany
Subject: We are a Club of US Military veteran vehicle collectors, we search for
the picture of the dog rocky of the 3rd ID from Fort Stewart, ..why , because
this unit was stationed here in the Würzburg area , and our Jeeps ( Ford M 151
will be marked identical to those which drove here around.
Rocky has a carbine in his hands or holds up a flag a.s.o., enclosed is a
picture, rocky.zip (this a zip file with his
photos on it)
which however is not yet just this we look for..
I am afraid------------- also could you please put us in contact with the
responsible from the Leighton Barracks- Museum in Würzburg,
we want to visit them.. overall we have together now almost 10 veteran US Army
Further I would need the digital picture of the No. 107 enclosed Airborne (101st
) Eagle ,we want to paint brush it on m y M 151 A2,
encl. also my Command Car and our amphibious USMC version. and pictures only of
some of our friends cars..
Many thanks for your help in advance
Name: Mark A Wilson
Address: 26572 S Holly st
City, State, ZIP: Loxley AL 36551
Telephone: 251-964-4141 cell 251-232-7190
Comments: I have read some inquiries on some old friends I had back at the first
Those were some great times. HIT ME BACK WHEN YOU CAN
Name: Mastin A. Robison
Address: Box 1
City, State, ZIP: Oil City, LA> 71061
Subject: men serving in 3rd Div.near Kassel 45-46
I served in 70 Inf. div. in the war and lacked 5 points getting to return with
my Div. I went over with.
I was transferred to the 3rd sometime in early 45 and was stationed in a small
town just outside Kassel.
It was Neiderlinestine (spelling ?) I have little memory of men's names I served
there with. I know we had a host of 70th men
in our unit.
I would sure like to hear of someone that served there in the
houses of former German Party Members.
One of the things I remember so well was the mess hall where we ate had large
pictures of all our military officers.
They were painted on the walls approximately 3' X 4' by a German artist. They
were beautiful paintings. It would be nice to hear from any remembering the
time 1945-1946. Mastin A. Robison marjr@surfree
Date: August, 28, 2002
Subject: 3d army - Laufen, Germany 1947
Comments: Looking for the following: Y. B. Barnes, C. C. Carrol, J. B. Branchfield,
Davis, Spritlin or R. H. Frey. It is believed these individuals may have served with the 3rd Army
in Laufen, Germany in 1947.
I am trying to locate anyone who knew the German interpreter-Anne Marie Theresa Kuftner who resided in Berchtesgaden, Germany. Also, am interested in locating an officer by the name of Reynold
or Reynolds - first name may be Albert. Anyone having information please contact me.
Date: August, 27, 2002
Name: Joseph Thornbrugh
Address: 2033 Red Crow Rd
City, State, ZIP: Victor, MT. 59875
Telephone: (406) 642-3513
Subject: PFC Joseph W. Thornbrugh
Comments: I am looking for anyone who may have known my uncle Joe, he served in
the 2nd Battalion
7th Infantry Company F, He was killed in action September 24, 1944 near Rupt Sur
along the Moselle river, THANK YOU, Joseph Thornbrugh
Name: Irene Payne
Comment: I hope that you may be able to help me, I am looking for Normandy veterans and their
I am compiling the experiences and memories of Normandy veterans and am looking for the memories and experiences leading up to D Day.
What do you remember about D Day and what happened in the remaining time served in
If you feel that you might be able to help I would love to hear from you again.
Subject: Grandfather's Information-S.A. Madar
Comments: I am looking for information from anyone who served with my
Grandfather in WWII.
His name was S.A. Madar and served overseas from Feb 8, 1944, captured by the
Germans in Sept 1944,
and returned from services on Nov 5, 1945.
He was actually declared "dead" to my Grandmother
then a couple months later was declared a POW.
I believe he served in the 7th Infantry or the 3rd Infantry. If you have
any information, please let me know!
Date: August 26, 2002
Name: Diane H. McCarthy
Address: 5004 Riverfront Drive
City, State, ZIP: Bradenton, FL 34208
Subject: Thomas Edward McCarthy
My husband's father, Thomas Edward McCarthy served in the 3rd Infantry Division
in World War I.
He was born August 1893 and died in 1975. He was from Taunton,
Any information on him would be appreciated. Thank you.
Date: August 25, 2002
Name: Russell W. Cloer
Address: 2447 Indian Trail E.
City, State, ZIP: Palm Harbor, FL 34683
Subject: PFC Norman Steele, 7th Inf., 3rd Div, WWII
Norman Steele was my jeep driver during 6 campaigns in WWII. I haven't
seen or heard from him
since he was rotated from Germany back to the States in late 1945.
I have recently written a memoir about him, his bravery, his
talents and what he meant to me and to his unit.
I would very much like to hear from him. The story is printed at my website:
Russ Cloer Lt/Cpt/7thInf/3rd Div.
Name: CH WALKER
Subject: 2/64 Armour battalion
Comments: Rich I would like some information please. I
used to serve in the 2/64 armour battalion.
My unit was stationed in Schweinfurt Germany. I was wondering do they
It's almost 20 years ago since I was in.
I now live in Australia. Rich I don't suppose that there is a group in
Have a fantastic day. Hoping to have a speedy reply.
Date: AUGUST 23, 2002
Name: GLEN WATERS
City, State, ZIP: THOMASVILLE, GA
Subject: MY FATHER: PVT THOMAS, "TOMMY" W .WATERS
My father, Pvt. Thomas "Tommy" W. Waters, died in 1989. he served with
the 30th Inf. Regiment-3rd Division-Co. E.
He entered combat in the Colmar area of France until the end
of the war in Salzburg.
His Captain was Ralph Carpenter, killed in action at Nuremburg.
He told me once during the Nuremburg fight, Gen. O'Daniel and his aides burst
into a building they were occupying etc.
during the battle. Does anyone remember that or any other stories?
He served also as army of occupation, and I believe was an
MP-anyone remember him?
He was from Georgia-an 18 year old "Country Boy". Thanks
Name: Herman Prather
City, State, ZIP: Trimble, Kentucky
Subject: Company B 30th Inf Regt,3rd. inf div
Date: August 23, 2002
Name: Albert Louis Smith
City, State, ZIP: Covington, Louisiana 70422
Comments: Albert Louis Smith R A 18386985
3rd Infantry Division
7th Regiment (Cottonbailers)
1st Batallion D Company (MachineGunner)
Name: Bob Markward
Address: 4888 Pinecrest Rd.
City, State, ZIP: Horseheads, NY
Subject: Army Of Occupation Of Germany
Comments: Looking for any one who served in the 30th. reg.3rd.div at the glass
house in Kassel Germany in 1946
Date: 22 August 2002
Name: Michael B. Sturm
Address: 7 Niles Place
City, State, ZIP: Staten Island, NY 10314
Telephone: 718 698 6626
Subject: Info on Sidney I. Heistein, KIA 18 Oct 1943
Requesting information on Pvt. Sidney I. Heistein, Co. B, 15th Inf. Reg. who was
KIA by a mortar hit
in Italy (Salerno area?) 18 Oct 1943. Sidney Heistein served in the Sicily
campaign prior to his death.
He was my father's first cousin. Many thanks for your help.
Date: August 21, 2002
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Name: W.K. Thornbrugh
Address: Rt. 1 box 1081
City, State, ZIP: Hemphill, Tx.
Telephone: 409 625 4559
Subject: My brother Joseph Thornbrugh
Would like to communicate with anyone who served with my brother in the 7th.
Inf. 3rd. Inf. Div.
He was drafted in the very first draft when they drew capsules out of a jar with
names in them.
I believe that was early 1941. He fought in Italy but I do not know if he was in
the initial invasion.
After Italy he fought in France and was killed there on 24 Sept. 1944.
This is all the information I have and do not know how to obtain more.
Name: Christopher Lyke
Address: 1354 N. Maplewood
City, State, ZIP: Chicago, Il 60622
Subject: Information on my Grandfather
I've been trying to collect information on where my Grandfather, Homer Tomlin,
from Ohio, served in the second world war.
The only information I have is that he was a platoon sgt. in the Third
He landed at Normandy and fought in the battle of Remagan (sp?). He was a POW
for a time but was liberated.
I'm pretty sure he was wounded as well. If you could give me any information,
even other website addresses
it would be much appreciated. Thank You, C. Lyke
Date: Aug. 20th, 2002
Name: Skyler Johnston
Address: P.O. Box 495
City, State, ZIP: Alton, Missouri 65606
Telephone: (417) 778-1923
Subject: Pfc Raymond R. Batchelor
I am in search of information on the late Raymond R. Batchelor. He was in
Company H, 15th Infantry
in World War Two. He was a Heavy Mortar Crewman #1607. He was awarded 4 Bronze
and the French Croix de Guerre. I have no idea why.
I am his great-grandson and I requested his records and I was told that they
burned in a fire.
All I got was his discharge papers. He never talked about his wartime service. I
would like to get as much
information possible on him and the people he served with him. Thank you very
much for your help.
Date: August 20, 2002
Name: Angela Doubikin
Address: 3725 A Oregon Ct
City, State, ZIP: Great Lakes IL 60088
Subject: information on Richard Totte
Comments: I am looking for any information on my Grandfather Richard N. Totte he
served in the 15th Infantry Company L.
He was captured September 28,1944 and was released July 18,1945. He was in
He was in Campaigns Naples Foggia, Rome Arno, Southern
France, and Rhineland. He was injured three times in 1944
European Theater. He was discharged May 15 1946 to the Walter Reed General
Hospital Washington DC.
I would like to know any information about him and who served
with him. I also know he took a picture of Ernie Pyle while he was in southern
France. I don't know the date. Any pictures or maps will be appreciated.
Thank you for any help you can give me. Angie
Date: 20 Aug 2002
Name: Alvin M. Cotlar, Col, USAF, MC (Ret)
Address: 924 Savannah Place
City, State, ZIP: Gulfport, MS 39507
Telephone: (228) 377-6765 (228) 896-8720
FAX: (228) 377-8981
Subject: Locate Capt or Major William Leon Smith
Comments: I was stationed as a surgeon in Wurzburg at the USAH 1964-1967. We
lived in Housing at Leighton Barracks
and I was the president of the Marne Athletic Officials Association.
One of my co-referees in football and basketball was Bill
Smith. He was a finance officer and I have lost track of him.
He was from St Louis I believe, and was a member of Wurzburg Masonic Lodge
(Cornerstone #836). They have also lost contact.
Can anyone help me locate William Leon Smith. He was
later promoted to major but I am not sure whether he remained
until retirement. Think his wife was "Barbara" but I am not
positive. It's been 35 years and I have had no luck using the Internet.
His name would have to be "Bill Smith". Hopefully the Leon as a
middle name might help.
Name: JAMES KELLEY
Address: 11837 HAWTHORN WOODS COURT
City, State, ZIP: LOVELAND OHIO 45140
Subject: USS PILLORY
Comments: TRYING TO FIND MY UNCLE'S SERVICE NUMBER. HIS NAME WAS JAMES THOMAS
AND HE SERVED ON THE SS PILLORY. THE SHIP WAS OFF THE COAST OF PUERTO RICO,
WHEN IT WAS TORPEDOED BY THE GERMAN SUB U-539.
HE SUFFERED MORTAL WOUNDS WHEN THE 2ND TORPEDO HIT AND DIED
IN A HOSPITAL IN P.R..
I NEED HIS SERVICE NUMBER IN ORDER TO GET A COPY OF HIS SERVICE RECORDS.
PLEASE RESPOND WITH ANY INFORMATION REGARDING HIM OR THE PILLORY.
Name: Walter Wybiral
Address: 4509 Westward Dr.
City, State, ZIP: Wichita Falls, Tx. 76308
Subject: Tsgt. Frank M. Acker
Comments: Looking for anyone who knew, or remembers anything about my
brother-in-law, Tsgt. Frank M. Acker,
killed in the Komar (Colmar?) region, March of 1945. Very little has been found
about his last days.
Any information will be greatly appreciated.
Date: 8/19 2002
Name: Donald A Van Cott
Address: 55 New York Ave
City, State, ZIP: North Babylon, NY
Subject: Korean war 1952/1953 3rd Div 7th Reg. B company
Comments: looking for old buddies that was in the war with me.
Name: Bob Markward
Address: PO Box 5224
City, State, ZIP: Horseheads, NY
Subject: former 3rd Div. friend
Comments: Was stationed with Eddie Schneider in Kassel Germany in 1946,
Would like to locate him he was formerly from Philadelphia, PA.
Date: August 11,
2002 REQUEST #1291
Name: Edward Lebow
Telephone: 480 894-1214
Subject: Lt. David Murdock, "K" & "I" Companies,
I was wondering if anyone knew Lt. David Murdock. He was with the 7th Infantry's
"K" company in the spring of 1943,
then became CO of "I" company. Was killed August 11, 1943 in fighting
near Cresta de Naso, in Sicily.
He co-wrote "Stella the Belle 'O Fedela" with Lt. Tom Marnette.
Name: Gregory Meeker
Location: Jamestown, New York
Comments: Looking for anyone who may have served with my dad, SFC Edward E.
He entered service 14 Jan 49. Boot Camp at Ft Pickett, VA. Signal School at Ft Monmouth
NJ 8Apr49-24 Jan50.
Ft Benning, GA 41rst FA BN. Went to Japan, then to Korea where he served from15 Nov 50-16 Aug 51.
Name: James Jarboe
Subject: Aerial Photographs, Korean War
Comments: I was with the photo section of the 3rd Signal Company, 3rd ID in
Korea from Jan, 1953 to Mar, 1954.
I'm looking for anyone who served with 3rd ID, G-2 section (under Maj John
Eisenhower) during May and June, 1953.
Looking to contact anyone who was a photo interpreter during that period
and especially June 10-June 18, 1953.
Battles in defense of OP Harry took place during that time period.
Date: Aug.15 2002
Name: Werner Schmidseder
City, State, ZIP: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Subject: XX corp.
I'm looking for any information on Jim Green. Hhe was with the 819th MP Bn,
which was part of the XX corp. 3rd Army.
He was stationed in Tutzing, Germany (about 25 miles south of Munich) in the
fall of 1945.
Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Date: August 14th 2002
Name: Genaya M. Reyes
Address: 322 Birch Dr.
City, State, ZIP: Brick, NJ, 08723
Subject: cant find my dad (Sept 11th)
Comments: I am looking for my dad, Sgt. Jose A. Reyes. He was sent overseas
after September 11th, 2001.
My family heard nothing from him .He said he would be back July 8th 2002.. Does
anyone know where he is?? ...
Please help us find our father...
Date: August 12, 2002
Name: Debbie Haycraft Devries
Address: 9143 Courtland Drive NE
City, State, ZIP: Rockford, MI 49341
Subject: Remember Not To Forget
Comments: I am not sure you can help me, but maybe I'm on the right track? I am looking for information on my father.
His name: Wilbert Owen Haycraft. He said he was with the 3rd Infantry, Armor Division. He was a tank Commander. His classification when he entered in Illinois reads: 1-C disc. Order#11649-A 11/19/45.
His honorable discharge was in Georgia 9/28/45 He said he was awarded 4 silver and 3 bronze stars all with valor
and said he was in France, N. Africa, Sicily, Italy and Rome. I know there was an article written about him
when he received one of the medals and it was in a paper in Peoria, Ill. and possibly Louisville, Ky. paper.
I am his daughter Debbie and I was born in 1967. My father passed away in 2/22/87, in Michigan where
he had been living since after the war. He was born in Grayson Co. KY on 2/23/23.
I would be infinitely grateful if you can steer me to the location I need to find any information on his military records,
as I cannot locate the medals or accommodations, his uniform or any paperwork on him. My mother had quite a time
getting a death certificate for him.
When I was about 11, he showed me all of these items I mentioned and my mother and I cannot locate these now. We think he may have given them all away to friends.
I do know about the fire...but was hoping I could just find his Unit#, Company#, outfit or regiment. I am trying to finish
his portion of my family tree. A relative is writing a book about the Haycraft Family Lineage and she has a deadline.
She wants me to get this info. to her ASAP so my dad can be in this book. I just want to give her accurate information
to go down in the book.
Of course, this is all that I can come up with... I have come to a brick wall. Finding the right information is now my passion!!
Can you please share with me anything that might help me in my plight? He spoke a lot about Audie Murphy and I thought
he said he was in the 3rd Infantry as well. I think he admired him as well as others.
I do remember some stories he told me about being pinned down by gunfire and he single-handed captured 13 German Soldiers
and was awarded for it. He also had a pistol from a High ranking German's daughter and I believe he said he killed him with it.
At any rate, I am sorry to drop this desperate plea on you... As I am sure there is thousands out there in a similar position.
So, thank you in advance for any feedback you will allow me. I sure appreciate it. Sincerely, Debbie Haycraft Devries
Date: August 12, 2002
Name: Jessica Howard
Comments: My grandfather, Ray Lafayette Howard, served under Gen. Patton in I
believe the 7th Army. I know it was a Texas unit,
although he was from Knoxville, Tennessee. He said he fought in the Battle of
the Bulge and opened up Dachau.
His memories are still so vivid and terrifying that he hasn't
been able to tell us much more than that. Does anybody know of
any books that would detail this? I also would like to find someone that fought
with my grandfather.
I know he said that most of his unit was killed while they
sent him off to train as a sniper for two weeks. I am looking for any info
I can find, because I think it might help me talk to him about his experience.
Name: Eldon F. Dismang (Dizzy)
Address: 1844 SanJose Ave.
City, State, ZIP: Shievly, Kentucky 40216
I served in Svc Bty 2nd/39thFA, at Ledward Barricks in Schwienfurt,Germany From
Mar.73 to Sept.74.
My duties was 5 ton truck driver and Battery Commander driver.
To my old army buddies, thanks for making my 19 months there a great time I will
Name: Jim Cherry
Address: 2998 Comers Rock Rd
City, State, ZIP: Elk Creek Va 24326
Telephone: 276 655 4642
Subject: Archie B. Largen
Comments: I am currently writing a book on the veterans of WW2. In the past I
worked in a Nursing home,
where I had the privilege of knowing several veterans. One whose name was Archie
I'm not for sure but I think he was in the 3rd INF. in the second world war.
This is the reason for me contacting you.
Archie was a dear friend to me and I told his family I would
include him in my book.
So if you all have any information on Archie B. Largen It would be greatly
I think he was a B.A.R. man and I know he said he went into France at Normandy
and left from Frankfurt Germany in 1945.
He also fought in the Bulge in 44-45. I hope you can help me out. Thanks, Jim
Date: August 11, 2002
Name: Paul Schiffer
Subject: Searching for Harold Weiss WWII ETO 1st Armored Division, 4th Tank Batt.
Please help us find Harold Weiss WWII ETO 1st Armored Division, 4th Tank Batt.
Please respond to Paul Schiffer at e-mail email@example.com.
Name: Shawn Lewis
Subject: Shawn Wilding
Comments: I am looking for SGT Shawn Wilding. We served together in Vilseck
Germany from 1991 to 1994.
We were with the 3rd Bde,1BN 6 Inf Rgt. 3RD ID.
Last I heard from him he was stationed at a unit in
California testing new weapons. This was around later 1994 or early 1995.
Date: Aug 10 2002
Name: Jean Selgrade
Address: 2 Powder Mill Rd.
City, State, ZIP: Girardville Penna 17935
Subject: Uncle William C Miller Water Tender First Class
Comments: Would information on my uncle killed on the USS Lansdale April 20
Can you tell me if he has wife or children Thank You
Date: August 10,
Name: Bill Norman
City, State, ZIP: Bakersfield, CA
Subject: Raymond N Gauer
Comment: My name is Bill Norman My uncle was Raymond N Gauer, he passed away several years ago.
He was very close to me and I would like to find out more about his military
I know he was captured in the Philippines and released from Japan, He was a guest of the emperor for 4 years (as he put it).
After ww2 he stayed in the Air Force to become 1st Sergeant at George AFB in California where he retired.
Any information will be greatly appreciated. thank you.
Date: August 10,
Name: Desiree Milici
Address: 2869 West 17th Sreet
City, State, ZIP: Brooklyn, NY, 11224
Subject: Searching for information on Joseph Milici
I am looking for information on my father whose name is Joseph Milici. All I
know is that he was a tech/5 in the army.
He was born Jan 19, 1922, and died in Nov of 1982
I would appreciate it if you have any information that you
can share with me.
I never got to know him so i am trying my best to know more about him, thank
you. Desiree Milici
Name: Daniel Trope
City, State, ZIP: Kansas City, Kansas
Subject: 409th infantry world war 2
I am currently trying to track down information on Jason H. Jaffe, he served in
If anyone reads this who served with him, could you please contact me.
I'm trying to find the records of his WIA so he can be awarded his purple heart posthumously.
He was shot right through the nose. Where and when, I'm trying to find out,
Date: 10 August,
Name: Walter Stewart
Address: 4408 Deer Knoll Court
City, State, ZIP: Raleigh, NC 27603
Subject: 434th AAA AW Bn
ANYONE who served in the above unit, I would like to talk too.
My uncle STEVE FUSCHETTO was in this unit and would like to hear about its make
Name: Mario Rodriguez
Subject: Blanca Gonzales
Comments: Does anyone have any info on Blanca Gonzales. She's an old friend of
mine who has died
within the last couple of months in Germany. The only thing I know is that she
was in a car crash on the autobahn
in Germany and she died. I don't even know if this info is true.
She was from Ft. Lee VA. She is about twenty one years old. I
think her birthday was in March.
We lost contact with each other about two years ago. Please please help me.
Name: Charles Moy
Location: New Jersey
Comments: My name is: Charles Moy
Former: Sgt,E5, Squad Leader 106MM,R.R.
Served: 1961-1964,Ft. Riley, Kansas
Units: Co.A, 2 BG. 12Th. Inf. Reg. 1961-1963
Co.E, 1St BG. 16Th. Inf. Reg. 1963-1964
Both these Units were part of the 1st. Infantry Division "THE BIG RED ONE". During this...Cold War Era.
Would greatly appreciate any information about, or responses from former members of either of these units.
The 2/12Th. was disbanded at Ft. Riley, shortly after I left, and then became the 2Bn. 18Th. Inf. Reg.
I have been told that the 1/16Th. went to Vietnam in 1965 and then became the 5/60th in 1968.
Name: Daniel M. Gray
Comments: I served in the 3ID, back in 1988-91 I was apart of Desert storm. I loved being apart of the cotton bailers
and the rich history that our fellow brothers left behind. I was so disappointed
when we were deactivated
have been looking for some memorabilia of our unit but have not been able to find any.
Date: August 7,
Name: Judy McCracken
Subject: Otto McKinney
I am looking for anyone who fought with my father, Otto McKinney. I know he was
in the islands of the South Pacific.
He received a bronze star for the campaigns he fought in.
He was a medic, and he told me stories of the men he saved, and those who could
not be saved.
He never forgot the horror of WW11.
If anyone knows anything about dad, or anyone who knew him, please respond to
Date: August 6,
Name: Marguerite Rivas
City, State, ZIP: Staten Island, NY
Subject: Co. B 756 Tank WWII
I hope I'm in the right place. I'm a newcomer, to say the least. I am a poet who
often writes about things historical, especially pertaining to my native Staten
Island. Last week, while going through a closet full of old letters,
pictures, and the like at a local antique store, I came upon a letter written
home to S.I. by a soldier in WWII. His name was Melville Corson and he was
with Co. B. 756 Tank Battalion.
The letter is dated January 1944. I didn't read it until I
got home, but I bought it along with some photos of whom I supposed was the
soldier writing the letter. When I read the letter, I was greatly moved by this
young man's words--his fears, his hopes. Along with the letter I found memorial
cards. It seems as though the boy was killed and I found him on a roster
with FOD after his name.
The letter was to his mother. It makes me very sad that these
precious photos and letter ended up in a junk shop, but they have a place of
honor in my home now. The thing is, I wish I knew more about him and what
happened to him.
Can anyone help me out? I'm thinking this may have been one of his last letters
Date: Tuesday, August 06, 2002
Name: David R. Davies
Address: 1205 Dunn Street #4
City, State, ZIP: Portage, WI 53901
Subject: Thomas Rupley
Comments: Tuesday, August 06, 2002
In looking over the record of current service of Thomas Rupley, it shows that he joined the 3rd Infantry Division
as a replacement on April 8th, 1953. From there, he was assigned as a rifleman to Company C, 7th Infantry Regiment
of the 3rd Infantry Division on April 11th, 1953. (Therefore, he would have received the
What I will do is send the following e-mail to our editor of The Watch on the Rhine,
and to our Webmaster to be put on our Web site: http://www.warfoto.com/3rdiv.htm
I am looking for information on Thomas J. Rupley who served as a rifleman in Company C, 7th Infantry Regiment in Korea.
He joined Company C on April 11th, 1953. He passed away in 1976. I served with Mr. Rupley from 1960-1962
and lived in the same barracks.
Yours in the 3rd,
Carl Q. Topie
Date: 5 AUG 02
Name: CPT Eric Rant
Subject: Ange, Luther, Medic, KIA Korea May 1951, 15th IN RGT
I am the Grandson of PVT Luther Ange who was KIA near Hongsong Korea on 22 MAY
PVT Ange was a Medic assigned to Echo Company/15th IN RGT in Korea.
Any information regarding PVT Ange or of any action Echo CO faced in May 1951
would be greatly appreciated.
CPT Eric Rant
Name: Mike Caisse
Address: 14203 Whirlaway Ct.
City, State, ZIP: Midlothian, VA 23112
Subject: Normand O Lariviere
If anybody has information on my uncle, PFC Normand O Lariviere 30th inf Div,
No one remembers his company. He was kia July 25, 1944 St. Lo France.Thanks,
Date: August 4,
Name: Monica Carey
Subject: German pows missing in Russia
Comments: My Grandfather ,Wilhelm Priebe d.o.b. October 29,1905, in Zarubka,
was drafted into the German army on January 17,1945 from Groslanken, Kries
Then sometime after that he was taken by the Russians from Frankfurt "an
der oder" (east Germany).
Does anyone have any information on specific dates and places
on when the Russian army did that
and where they may have taken that particular group of prisoners. Thank you,
Date: August 3,
Name: Tina Erb
Address: 66 Lincoln Avenue
City, State, ZIP: Bloomsburg, PA 17815-1236
Subject: 30th Infantry, 3rd Division,
Comments: Hello, I am trying to locate someone for my grandfather. His
name is Warren Walker.
He was assistant squad leader and squad leader. He is trying to locate
someone he served with.
The following is what he gave me. 30th Infantry
Regiment, 3rd Division, Mortar section 3rd platoon, 3rd squad.
He was a Sgt. PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU KNOW HIM.
Mr. Walker was with the third division during WW2.
He fought in Germany and
Rome to name a few. I believe the years were 1942-1946. He received
a Purple Heart.
Date: August 2,
Name: Robert Pabetz
Subject: My father Frank Pabeschitz
My father never talked about the war. All I know is that he served in WWII in
the 3rd Infantry Division.
When he died I was 18yrs old. Any information that you could provide would be
His name was Frank Pabeschitz. Thank you for your help.
Date: 3 August 2002
Name: Paul Skorpen
Subject: soldier who knew a women in Nabburg, Germany
Does any one know a soldier who knew a women in Nabburg, Germany. He may have
served in the 9th Infantry in 1950/1?
He had a dog named Lucky.
Please help, Paul
Name: John A. Kiley Jr.
Address: 16 Prince Way
City, State, ZIP: Pembroke Ma 02359
Comments: Am attempting to locate Sfc Michael G Trombley who was my platoon Sgt
at the Schweinfurt / Ledward
barrack A co 2 Bn 30th Inf 3rd platoon form March 1987 to May 1989
Date: August 1,
Name: Terry Rodemeyer Aylsworth
Address: 135 Oakdale Avenue
City, State, ZIP: Baltimore, MD 21228
Subject: Michael L. Rodemeyer
I am looking for anyone who may have served with Michael Leonard Rodemeyer.
He was in the 3rd division, 30th infantry.
I believe he was in company D. If you knew him, please e-mail me with any
details. Thanks so much.
Terry Rodemeyer Aylsworth