James Michael "Mike" Harrigan          261st Infantry, Company A

Digital copy of Mike's scrapbooks and photo albums, shared by his grandson Thomas Cregon

​   ​​Tom Mahovlich photo memories

   Shared by his good friend Ray Schepper

“Tom  was a dear friend who didn't have any family but we did consider him part of our family.”.  

   William E Burke photo memories

   Shared by his grandson Griffin Perry

“He served during World War II but I never knew what unit he served with. Unfortunately he passed away in 2011 but I have a few pictures of him and possibly others in the unit. I'm pretty sure, judging by his patch, that he served in the 65 ID.

My grandfather, William Burke, was a medic while serving with the 65th and was awarded the bronze star and I have the citation for it that explains what he received it for."

   Edward Schroeder                            259th Infantry, Company I

   Shared by his son, Robert Schroeder...

   "He was a Sergeant for a 60mm mortar squad and fought in three major battles.  The photos are of him in training, France and after the war in the Liberty Club in Germany."

FAMILY STORIES...2

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  ​Charlie Monroe Dunnam

261st Infantry

Shared by his son, James Monroe Dunnam...​