Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2000
Subject: 2001 Tours
|Date: 31 Dec 2000
Subject: 376th Company E
From: JM Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org>
My name is Bill Ross and I served in the 94th Infantry Division. I was in the 376th, Company E, 2nd Platoon from September 1943 until June 1945. I joined Company E on manuevers in Tennessee and went to Camp McCain, Mississippi for training before going overseas in August 1944. We were in Brittany from September to December 1944. We transfered to the Western Front begininng in January 1945. I was part of the campaign around Nennig until the end of January when I was hospitalized with frostbite and spent time in Thionville, France in a medical faciltiy until March 1945. I rejoined the company at Ludwigshafen on the Rhine River in March 1945. Took part in the occupation of Krefield and Wuppertal and went with the 94th to Czechoslovakia in June 1945. I transfered to Company 376th and was stationed in Strakonice, Czechoslovakia. In September 1945, I transfered to England and attended a college program at Schrivenham and stayed there until December 1945 when I was eligible for transfer home.
In 1991, I visited Nennig and the Cemetery at Hamm, Luxemborg and found the graves of some men from the 376th. I found graves for Company E soldiers Goran Asp, Walter Farley, and Isaac Mosteller.
In October of this year, I took a trip to Tennessee and Mississippi and went to Grenada to see what was left of Camp McCain. I saw a plague dedicated to the 94th, but there wasn't much left except a small, modern facility for the Mississippe National Guard.
I am retired and living in Cincinnati, Ohio. Would like to hear from anyone who remembers Company E.
|From: "Patricia Campbell"
Subject: Allen Coy Campbell
Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2000
Does anyone remember me Allen Coy Campbell
94th Division 301st reg 2nd Bat from NC fought 1944-45
|From: "Wilma Bland"
Subject: Lost Info to send "On the Way"
Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000
HELP! Someone emailed me and I was going
to send a copy of the little book on the 94th that Dad (Clinton Bland F
Co. 302nd) has. Somehow instead of saving the information or printing hard
copy I have managed to delete the name and address. Please get back to
Date: Mon, 25 Dec 2000
Subject: Tour of duty for the 94th division....plan a trip
Are there any children of those who served in the 94th who are interested in taking a trip to Europe and following the tour of duty that our fathers took? If so please let me know via email..........
Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2000
Subject: Search for information regarding father
My father was a member of the 94th Division, 302nd Infantry. His was Captain Mark Hammer from New York City. If anyone in this division served with him and knew him, would you kindly get in touch with me.
|Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000
Subject: Anthony Catanzaro
From: David A De Stefano
Catanzaro; 376th Regiment, possibly 3rd Battalion, medical aid man. He received a Bronze Star, 4 Battle Stars and Regimental Commendation for service January 16-19, 1945. He was with the 376th Regiment for the entire war.
Enclosed find photos of my uncle Anthony
Catanzaro, medic 376th regiment. If any one has information regarding
my uncle or knows the others pictured contact me at email@example.com
|From: Chad Moore
Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2000
Subject: CLIFF ALEXANDER
Hello my name is Chad Moore. I
may have met some of you in Miami or New Orleans at some of the conventions.
If any one has any old stories about CliffAlexander I would love to hear
please contact person direct by Email or Phone