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Was there a man in the Buffalo unit world war two with the first name Thomas and the last name Climens or started with a C or K . Is there a phone number a man can call that is trying to find a picture and record of his father whom he never seen? 810-715-2537
Best place to start would be here: http://www.archives.gov/veterans/
do you have a phone number. A man wants to talk to someone about his fathers records. Thomas C born in Jacksonville Mis
Which page/link are you having problems with?
Best place to start is…http://www.archives.gov/veterans/
I am looking for information on my father. he left when I was three years old I know very little about him except he may have been in the Buffalo soldiers. I am pasting a copy of the records I have about him below.
1841 SALEM AVE 12
SANTA ROSA CA 95401
Frank O Parish
PARISH FRANK O
03 Jun 1944
Term of Enlistment:
Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Ft Leavenworth, Kansas, United States
3 years of high school
Semiskilled miscellaneous occupations, n.e.c.
Single, without dependents
No branch assignment
Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Affiliate Publication Title:
Electronic Army Serial Number Merged File, ca. 1938-1946
Affiliate ARC Identifier:
Box Film Number:
2 May 1921
Social Security Number:
Last Place of Residence:
Detroit, Wayne, Michigan
Previous Residence Postal Code:
18 July 1986
Hello, Did you find out any information about your father? I am looking for information about Charles Parish Jr.. Do you think there is a relation? Charles died 15 Feb 45 in France and is buried at the Saint James Cemetery in Brittany.
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My father is 2nd from the left,top row…92 yrs old… Retired to Memphis TENNESSEE from FLINT Michigan….he and I are writing a book about this unit and their encounters of war and racism…call me at 810-962-7755
I just found this site, if you’d like, my father, Ivan James Houston who’s also 92 years old wrote a book called “Black Warriors: The Buffalo Soldiers of WWII” you can get it on Amazon. It also talks about the war and racism. For the last 5 years, he’s visited the Tuscany area where the Buffalo Soldiers are still revered.
was your a mp my father was 92nd 42-45 I have his army with 120 men and list of 30 names and the states they are from call me 562-338-4969
I have a picture of 120 men all military police 1942-1945 fort Huachuca az. and list of 32 names address and phone # states Charles winder james usry Elliot benoit sgt.george sheppart and my father ellis Williams.
I have a picture of military police 120 men with a list of 32 names address phone # states my father ellis williams joseph spears jr.mayor james usry elliot benoit sgt.geroge sheppard konis miller,verna miller
I am the current National Historian for the 555th Parachute Infantry Assn. I am attempting to make a display on the origins of the 555th Parachute Infantry Test Platoon. Since 17 of the original 20 enlist Soldiers were from the 92nd Infantry Division, I felt it was fitting to get unit crest from each of the Infantry Regiments, my project only lacks the distinctive unit crest for the 92nd Infantry Division. I am at a loss because I can not locate the crest, can anyone point me in the right direction.
Try Historian at Ft Benning, Ga. The parachute school. Check archives of the 92nd at the library of congress
Trying to find out what the 92nd military police did my Dad did not say much
Check with the Library of Congress, Veterans project. Spencer Moore Collection. There is a picture of a 92nd Div. MP with a sign that says no 92nd Div. soldiers allowed.
how do i get in touch with spencer moore
just trying to find more on the 92nd i was told that your dad had a picture on this unit if you can get back with me thank you ellis williams
My brother was in the 371st Inf., Co F. I am seeking info re battle activities (2/2/45-2/14/45). I understand that this was one of the horrific battles fought in Italy. In Hondon Hargrove’s book p. 96, it mentions that Co F. with great determination captured 25 Germans plus arms and other equipment. Did Co. F. receive any kind of commendation for this? Where can I find this info? Also, where can I find copies of duty reports? My brother was wounded in battle and died 2/15/45.
If you have a Social Security Number, date of birth, or members Service number, you can request through the Army Military Records. I believe the address can be found on the internet.
DEAR MS STEWART, I WOULD LOVE THIS INFO ALSO BECAUSE MY DAD FOUGHT IN THE SAME BATTLE.
HE WILL BE TURNING 105 IN A FEW WEEKS!
Spencer Moore passed away. Iam his son and the president of the 92nd Infantry Div. Association.
p.s. where are you located. ellis williams
I am in New Jersey.
OH MY GOODNESS, SO SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR LOSS.
MY DAD WAS PART OF THE 92ND INFANTRY, AND WILL TURN 105 ON 29 NOV 2017. I WOULD LOVE TO TALK TO YOU. PLEASE EMAIL ME!
dear Mr Moore,
I am very sorry for your loss.
I am a granddaughter of a 92nd Infantry Soldier, could you pls get in touch with me. kind regards
I just found this site, if you’d like, my father, Ivan James Houston who’s also 92 years old wrote a book called “Black Warriors: The Buffalo Soldiers of WWII” you can get it on Amazon. It also talks about the war and racism. For the last 5 years, he’s visited the Tuscany area where the Buffalo Soldiers are still revered. The book was also published in Italian and is available on amazon.it in E-book format.
And here’s the documentary that the Pacific Film Foundation made based on the book… https://www.facebook.com/TheGoodGiants/
My father was in the 92nd Infantry in WWII, 1941-1945, His 105th birthday is on November 29th, 2017, but we will be celebrating it on Dec 2nd, 2017, in Los Angeles, Ca. What a blessing it is to still have him around.
does anyone know where the 92nd Infantry in Italy was stationed (camp) in tuscany
I have left you above at this site a message and here is some more about my dad the late Sgt. Abner Randolph Steele. I am as I stated Lillian Jane Steele and am the daughter of the late Sgt. Abner R. Steele who did indeed fight in the Sicily Campaign. He was in charge of an ammo dump in Sicily and served under the command of Courtney Hodges who was very hard to work with since he was a white southern general attached to General George Patton. Yes Daddy was a part of Patton’s army and when I tell people this they are shocked. Our family doctor the late William Long also served in the medical corps and did actually get to meet General George
Patton. Dr. Long was a European American physician from Statesville,NC. He respected our family and also respected my mom’s mom who was from Georgia. In fact all of my mom’s family was from Georgia and they were a part of the Tabor and Little families who lived in Athens,Ila and Commerce,Georgia. Mom was a teacher who was educated at Livingstone College in Salisbury,NC and dad graduated from JC Price HS in Salisbury. The information on him is above. I do have his discharge papers,his high school diploma and my mom’s college degree. They are my role models. Could you assist me in locating some information on ammo dumps in Sicily that were posts for the 92nd and the Red Ball Express to receive their ammo from? Dad also participated in the Battle of the Buldge,St. Vith and the drive to Germany. He was discharged here in NC in 1946.