|Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2001
From: Vicky Wolf
Subject: Death of Frankie Mullin
click here to email me and my father, Frankie Mullin passed away yesterday and he was in the 94th Infrantry Division, 1st Lieutenaunt, during World War II. Is there a site I can email Dad's death notice to or a list of his old buddies that are still liviing? Dad would never talk about death or dying because I felt he seen to much of it in the war so therefore I do not have a list of those people but he went to the reunion for years and I know he would like them notified. I know in the last few years alot of his buddies have passed on but feel it very important if any of them are alive that they receive notice that Dad has passed away. Thank-you.
|From: "Michael White" click
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Subject: PFC Phillip Atkinson 302nd Inf KIA 10/9/1944
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001
My father Is Walter White PFC 302nd infantry. Phillip Atkinson was his friend. Phillip took my fathers place on patrol. He and Leland Cary died from a shell that landed close to them on 10/9/44. If anyone has information or pictures of Phillip of Leland could you please contact me on this e-mail. My daughters and I will be getting my dads pictures and putting on the web at a latter date. I was so thrilled when I found this web site. If you knew my dad, please let me know and I will contact you. He has a lot of pictures but most were taken at the end of the war. Phillip and Leland died shortly after the landing.
|From: Alice Dohs Murdoch firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: LTC FRANK DOHS
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2001 11:54:57 -0500
I am looking for anyone who knew my father, LTC Frank Dohs, who was killed in Feb. 1945. I don't know much of anything about him, other than he was a West Point graduate, and would like to know anything about him from someone who was in the 94th InfDiv.
Alice Dohs Murdoch
|From: Gil Schmitt
Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2001
Subject: 301 Infantry Regiment, F Company - T/Cpl. William J. Burke
My uncle T/Cpl. William J. Burke served with the 301st Infantry Regiment, F Company. He passed away in the 70s. I am trying to find out more information about a story I had heard involving him and others from his Company.
The little information I have is that he and his group were about to be over-run by the Germans. They played dead and were kicked and looted (my uncle had his wristwatch taken) by the Germans. They were able to get away after the Germans left the area.
If anyone knows more about this incident (i.e. other GIs involved, where it happened, what day it happened, and any other information at all) would be greatly appreciate.
My Thanks To The Greatest Generation,
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2001 10:16:47 EST
Subject: Maple Lennard
I was in the 94th Infantry 376 reg.
My name is David C. McDonald. I am
Hope to hear something soon.
|From: Chris Fossitt
Subject: 301st Inf. Regt.
Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2001
Does anyone know any of the men in these pictures? They were friends of my uncle Clarence Fossitt from Company L, 301st Infantry Regt. Please email me at email@example.com with any information you can give me. Thanks!
|From: "nancy love" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Pvt. Ray G. Love
Date: Wed, 1 March 2001
Am looking for any info or pictures someone may have on Pvt. Ray G. Love. He served in the 94th infantry and was KIA on Feb. 26, 1945. He was from Virginia. He is buried at Luxembourg cemetary in Luxembourg City. Anything would be appreciated. Thanks.
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