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Name: Oscar H. Knerr
From: Ft Wayne, IN
E-mail: oknerr09@comcast.net
I am an (almost) illiterate cumputor 517 vet. When I discovered this wab site in 2000 or so, it was too late, physicaly, to attend any of the reunions. I would love to hear from any of the Heaedquarter I&R platoon members that are still around.
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Name: Earl D Gill
From: New Orleans, La
E-mail: earldgill37076@yahoo.com
Murphy Haley Gill, of Natchez, MS, was a member of Company E in the 517th. I believe he arrived in Europe in December of 1944. If you have any info on him, please contact me at my email addr.
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Name: Lamar Davis
From: Toccoa, GA
E-mail: charlesd01@windstream.net
I am trying to find out about my good friend, Danny Coleman who lived in Charleston, SC. It has been a year or more since I have heard from Danny and I wonder about his present status if anyone can tell me. I have forgotten what company Danny was in but he always enjoyed coming back to Toccoa for a visit.
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Name: john van der steen
From: netherlands
E-mail: nagelhuys@home.nl
hello i,am john van der steen i adopted the grave of henry a woehrer and i ,am lokking for infomation i hope somewone can help me

lets we forget
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Name: Carolyn Huckabee Horton
From: Camden, SC
E-mail: hortontire1971@yahoo.com
My father, DeWitt T. Huckabee passed away August 29th, 2013. He enjoyed receiving "Thunderbolt" newsletter.
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Name: Michael Culhane
From: Minneapolis, MN
E-mail: michael.d.culhane@gmail.com
Hi, I am looking for information on my Uncle Sgt. Robert J. Miller. He was a member of I Company and He was MIA or KIA on September 7, 1944 in the Provence region of France.
Hoping to find someone from I Company who may have known him and have information.
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Name: Robert J. Reginato
From: East Palo Alto, CA
E-mail: rjreginato@gmail.com
I am trying to locate anyone who may have known or was in contact with my brother, Joseph John Reginato, who was 19 when he was killed in the village of Piera Cava in southern France on 09 September 1944.
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Name: Spyro P. Vangellow
From: Evans Mills, NY
E-mail: spauva@twcny.rr.com
To the 517th family,
I am officially wishing my friend Nolan Powell a very HAPPY 90TH BIRTHDAY today, and many, many more. I will be seeing you in two weeks for Christmas and cannot wait!!!!!!
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Name: Jim Miller
From: Citrus Heights Ca,
E-mail: coachmiller2028@yahoo.com
Mr. Heath
Iím sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Anderson, please pass on my condolences to his Family. My name is Jim Miller, Iím the grandson of Byron Carroll who was also in D-Battery.
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Name: GARY HEATH
From: Brooklyn Park,MN55444
E-mail: gheath58@hotmail.com
My father-in-law, Richard E. Anderson, passed away today(12-10-13). He was in Battery D, 460TH FAB.
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