Steve C. Ulbrich
Monday, 04 June 2012 05:02
This is a fantastic labor of love, I only wish my cousins mother was still alive to see this site. She never believed until the day she died that her son wasn't coming home someday. Thank you Eric Richard Gaillet for keeping the memory of Charles Augustus Ollman alive.
Dorothy Holmes Brown
Tuesday, 29 May 2012 15:47 | Milo, Maine 00463
Frederick Barrett Holmes KIA Oct 3, 1944. Resting at Henri-Chapelle American Cemetary. He is my dad's older brother. My grandmother was active in Gold Star Mother in Bergen County, NJ (Park Ridge). My brother was named Frederick when he was born in 1953 and when I had a son in 1963 I named his middle name for my Uncle. Barrett. We needed to do this as uncle Barrett never had a chance to have a family and my grandmother was in grief the rest of her life over the loss od her son, passing in 1970.
Monday, 28 May 2012 18:59 | Reidville, SC
Remembering Uncle Leroy M. Cole this Memorial day. Thank you for this website.
Saturday, 26 May 2012 19:24 | Richmond Ky.
Remembering my Uncle Charles Virgil Richey
Thursday, 10 May 2012 06:47
Thank you for the information on our WWII Airmen. I was engaged to a 2nd Lt who was shot down over Rumania on 17 Aug 1944. For 68 years I have wondered if or where his B24 was shot down. Thanks to your web site, I now know.
Allen J Agostinello
Monday, 05 March 2012 17:00
Thank you for sharing the information with each. As I have been looking for this information for some time. I can not thank you enough.
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 00:07 | Houston
Thank you so much for all your work and putting together this site for us. My uncle, Melvin W. Bridges, is one of the soldiers buried at Margraten. Our family would have never known this without your help. We appreciate everything you do.
Sunday, 26 February 2012 16:16 | Landgraaf
Mooie site !!
Ik zal hem bij vrienden/bekenden aanbevelen.
Wednesday, 08 February 2012 18:10 | Virginia
The Dutch are America's friend for Life. There is no doubt about it!
Thank You for honoring our fallen soldiers.
Bob Shank Jr
Thursday, 02 February 2012 16:44 | Tucson, Arizona - USA
I'm not only extremely pleased with the efforts of those who have created this significant and most important website, I'm also pleased to personally know (and have met) the man behind all these stupendous efforts - Jasper Van Haren. His dedicated and tireless efforts to make this site a World Class venue are the stuff of genius that most of us wish we had the energy and brains for. Thank you, Jasper - from my heart to yours.