|From: "Joseph Calisto" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: 376th Infantry Regiment
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001
My name is Joe Calisto and I'm trying
to find out information on my great uncle, Manual Calisto who died on 23
Feb 1945 in France. He was in the 376th Infantry Regiment, M Company.
I'm not sure what battalion of the 376th he was assigned. Do you
know the number of battalions by designation that were in the 376th?
Prior to going to Europe he was stationed at Camp Phillips, Kansas for
training. Do you have any information on Camp Phillips, Kansas?
I've tried getting his service records from St Louis and because of the
lack of information that I got in return I believe his records were burned
in the fire many years ago. Any and all information (books, websites, POCs,
etc) that you can provide would be of great assistance. V/R
|From: "Frank Roy" <email@example.com>
Subject: 19 Corps
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001
My brother was in the 19 Corps --on
a half track--in the 430th AAA AW Battalion. Have been having a hard time
finding anything about these outfits. Sometimes he was with the 1st Army
and also 3rd Army. Can someone direct me to some internet sites?
|Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2001
From: Deborah Leinenweber firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Robert Justin Cook
It is with great sadness that I inform
your great association of the
passing of Robert
Justin Cook(see obit) who was a Staff Sergeant with B Co, 301st Inf,
94th ID. I am attaching an obituary that I wrote in hopes that you
will include it into your TAPS web page. Bob Cook was loving, caring
family man with a wonderful sense of humor. I consider myself very
fortunate to have known him. He was my father-in-law. I was
also fortunate, being a veteran (retired Army sergeant major), that he
would talk to me about your war. My "war" came much later -- in Vietnam.
I was also involved in operations in Grenada, Panama, Desert Storm and
Somalia -- all of which pale in the face of the sacrifices that you and
your comrades endured for the cause of Freedom in World War II. I
am retired from the Army, but now work as a senior civil servant with US
Special Operations Command in Stuttgart, Germany. I had wanted to
come to Germany during my active duty career, but they kept sending me
to the Far East.
My wife and I recently went up to the
area of operations of the 94th during the battle of the bulge. Bob
Cook was wounded twice in that area. My wife and I stayed at an old
former hunting lodge near the Saarschleife (crook of the Saar river) in
Ortsholz. Our visit was dual purposed -- to see the area where Bob
was wounded (Nohn) and visit, in the same area (Wasserlich and Greimerath),
the area where my family emigrated to America from 150 years ago.
It was quite a moving experience. It also raises the hair on the
back of my neck when I look at the area and think of what the 94th was
sitting on top of -- the Nazi marshalling and launching point for the Battle
of the Bulge -- the last gasp of the Nazi empire. Terrible times,
but the beginning of the end of a horrible evil inflicted upon the Earth.
One can not express enough to even begin to provide the appreciation for
what you endured for those of us who came afterwards.
With Greatest Respect and Admiration,
Peter R. Leinenweber
Sergeant Major, USA (Retired)
Special Operations Command Europe
Patch Barracks, Stuttgart-Vaihingen,
|From: Howard V. Epstein, Ph.D.
Subject: Pfc. Victor H. Epstein
Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2001
I am seeking anyone who has information
about my double cousin who was killed in the Battle of the Bulge.
Pfc. Victor H. Epstein
319th Engineer Combat Battalion, 94th
Entered the service from Ohio
Killed on February 22, 1945
Buried at the Luxembourg American Memorial
Please contact me at:
Howard V. Epstein, Ph.D.
Decatur, GA 30033
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2001
Subject: Jerry LeBresco
My uncle,Jerry LeBresco was through
many regiments and ended up in the 94th,he fought many battle with the
94th and he was there when they took the biggest chemical plant.He was
also in the battle of the bulge but im not sure he was with the 94th then.
I 've got all his badges and medals his 94th badge and his s/sgt badge
he was a good man with a very good infintry.The 94th.I've been trying to
get a picture but can't find one .
|Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2001
From: Bill Glasgow
Subject: 302 INFANTRY CO. "C"
I am searching for anyone of the 94th
302 Inf.Div Company "C" that might have known my brother PFC James
Glasgow 38371673 from Texas. He was killed about Feb 28 after crossing
of Saar River somewhere in the vicinity of Serrig, Germany. I know
this is a ling shot but I am intersted in finding someone in his company
that might have been with him at that time.
I am his brother, Bill Glasgow E-mail email@example.com
Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2001
Subject: Company A 376th - Photo attached
My Grandfather Bob Keeton served in
the 94th Division, 376th Regiment,Company A.
This photo was in album of Family photos.
On the back of the photo my Grandfather wrote the following:
Top Row - Lane Virginia, Ebert Wisconsin,
Kerns Louisiana, Scherpio California, Keeton Kentucky, Faber Pennsylvania,
Abate Illinois, Peck Massachusetts
Bottom Row - Kirk Pennsylvania, Fielder
California, Kammins California, Labrecque Canada
||Click on Photo to Enlarge
||Click on Photo to Enlarge
At least that is what I think it says,
The writing was very faded and the picture had seen some rough times. It
was sealed in plastic but very wrinkled.
My Grandfather died in July of 1988
and my father (his son) died this past December while Deer hunting with
I know my Grandfather was a replacement
and probably joined the 94th sometime after Tettingen. At least that
is my best guest. If you or anyone else remembers him please get in contact
I have the History of the 94th Infantry
Division In World War 2 , The History of the 376th Infantry Regiment,
and A Photo review of the 94th Infantry Division, that was done at Camp
MCCain, MS. If there are any Photos from these Books that you need
let me know and I will Scan them and send them to you.
Robert A. Keeton
Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2001
Subject: Searching for Buddies
I am looking for any information about
the battle for the Bannholz Woods in Germany. My dad was in that battle,
I am not sure what time of year or what year it was in. He has been dead
for several years now and I was just trying to remember him and his company
for the hard times they must of had during that terrible war, and specially
the Bannholz Woods battle, I remember him speaking about. My dads name
is Curtis Darnell he served in co.f. 301st Inf 94 Div. He was one
of the few that survied that battle. Anyone knowing my dad, or anything
about this battle can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would appreciate
any word what so ever. Thank you Curtis Darnell Jr.
Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2001
Subject: Hello from Lampaden, Germany
At first, our english is not the best,
but we are interested to get messages about figthing around Lampaden in
Our names are Bernd Hermesdorf and
Christian Backes. We are 35 and 27 years old.
Our hobby is the culture and the history
By searching in internet we found the
search pages about the 94th. And the message from Robert Ohlin. We tried
to contact him, but our mail is send back.
May be, the e-mail address is wrong.
Would you please help us.
Please write a message back.
Have a good time!
Bernd and Christian