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Frank W. Bennett, PFC

bulge@hotmail.com

Dear Sir, Madam: Please assist me in regard of the following. I have an interest for WW 2 history, especially in the US servicemen that were killed for our liberation. I do research about US servicemen that were killed in WW 2 and are/were buried in the US Military Cemetery in Holland, near where I live. I am searching information about and in particular a picture from: Frank W. Bennett, PFC. KIA 1945 in Germany, member of the 60th Inf. Regt. His Army service number: 34685232. He was from Calhoun County, GA, born 13 april 1924, and killed 25 March 1945. After the war his remains were buried via the Thomas Funeral Home, Calhoun. His father was William Marion Bennett, his mother Ida O. Bennett (not the same names as you mentioned before). Theye were living at Route # 2, Rydal, GA. In particular I am seeking a picture from him. There may have been some kind of article in a newspaper in 1945, or in a yearbook from his school. Any info/help will be welcome. Can you help? Thank you in advance, best regards from Holland, Antoine bulge@hotmail.com
Aug 22 2009 at 11:03:12 AM
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this flag was signed by 18 men, two of them are buried in belgium: Homer White - 60th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division KIA buried in Belgium 2/28/45 Frank Dawson - 60th Infantry Regiment, 9th Infantry Division KIA buried in Belgium 12/13/44 the following are the signatures: 1st SGT Coscia Elmer Shiko Homer White Frank Dawson Bill Norris James C. McClain John Gomula Jim Matern Robert E. Terry W.W. Brenneman Jerry Cataldo George Carpenter Martin S. Haughton Forest Wilson Harry E. Sherrow Frank Bunda Lemons (Abie) John McGowan any info on these men and their unit/regiment/division would be appriciated. I have pictures for those who have informantion
Feb 9 2011 at 10:45:50 AM
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