712th and 713th Railway Operating Battalion Casualties Killed in Action- Buried abroad

American Battle Monuments Commission

ABMC manages 24 overseas military cemeteries, and 25 memorials, monuments, and markers. The cemeteries and memorials honor those who
served in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Search for names from the honor rolls. Information presented includes service information, dates of birth and death, and notes which relate to the circumstances of death, status, and awards received. http://www.fold3.com/title_853/

James P Fahey
Full Name: James P Fahey
Death:
Buried: Buried at: Plot B Row 8 Grave 54<BR>Lorraine American Cemetery<BR>St. Avold, France
Death: 21-Nov-44
Death Date: 21 Nov 1944
Memorial Cemetery: Lorraine American Cemetery
Memorial Country: St. Avold, France
Memorial Location: Plot B Row 8 Grave 54
Residence: State: Illinois
World War II
Rank: Sergeant, U.S. Army
Service Number:36754811
Regiment:712th Railway Operating Battalion


Arthur R Ivester
Full Name: Arthur R Ivester
Death: Buried: Buried at: Plot C Row 3 Grave 19 Luxembourg American Cemetery Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Death: 6-Aug-45
Death Date: 06 Aug 1945
Memorial Cemetery: Luxembourg American Cemetery
Memorial Country: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Memorial Location: Plot C Row 3 Grave 19
Residence: State: South Carolina
World War II
Rank: Private, U.S. Army
Service Number:34122943
Regiment:713th Railway Operating Battalion


Wayne B Agnew
Full Name: Wayne B Agnew
Death:
Buried: Buried at: Plot A Row 7 Grave 22<BR>Rhone American Cemetery<BR>Draguignan, France
Death: 5-Dec-44
Death Date: 05 Dec 1944
Memorial Cemetery: Rhone American Cemetery
Memorial Country: Draguignan, France
Memorial Location: Plot A Row 7 Grave 22
Residence: State: Iowa
World War II 1
Rank: Private First Class, U.S. Army
Service Number:37191857
Regiment:713th Railway Operating Battalion


711th Railway Operating Battalion Casualties Killed in Action Buried abroad

American Battle Monuments Commission
ABMC manages 24 overseas military cemeteries, and 25 memorials, monuments, and markers. The cemeteries and memorials honor those who served in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War. Search for names from the honor rolls. Information presented includes service information, dates of birth and death, and notes which relate to the circumstances of death, status, and awards received. http://www.fold3.com/title_853/  

William L Evans
Full Name:William L Evans
Death:Buried: Buried at: Plot C Row 5 Grave 14<BR>North Africa American Cemetery<BR>Carthage, Tunisia
Death: 31-Oct-44  
Death Date: 31 Oct 1944
Memorial Cemetery: North Africa American Cemetery
Memorial Country: Carthage, Tunisia  
Memorial Location: Plot C Row 5 Grave 14
Residence:State: Nevada
World War II  
Rank:Private First Class, U.S. Army  
Service Number:39828669  
Regiment:711th Railway Operating Battalion  

Bernard R Dougherty
Full Name:Bernard R Dougherty  
Death:
Buried: Buried at: Plot A Row 10 Grave 8<BR>North Africa American Cemetery<BR>Carthage, Tunisia
Death: 20-Jun-43  
Death Date: 20 Jun 1943
Memorial Cemetery: North Africa American Cemetery
Memorial Country: Carthage, Tunisia  
Memorial Location: Plot A Row 10 Grave 8
Residence:State: Ohio  
World War II
Rank:Private, U.S. Army
Service Number:35456345
Regiment:711th Railway Operating Battalion 1

Harlan J Dooley
Full Name:Harlan J Dooley
Death:Buried: Buried at: Plot G Row 9 Grave 12<BR>North Africa American Cemetery<BR>Carthage, Tunisia 1
Death: 5-Apr-44  
Death Date: 05 Apr 1944  
Memorial Cemetery: North Africa American Cemetery
Memorial Country: Carthage, Tunisia
Memorial Location: Plot G Row 9 Grave 12  
Residence:State: Idaho  
World War II
Rank:Private, U.S. Army
Service Number:39182956
Regiment:711th Railway Operating Battalion

Alfred R Mitchell
Full Name:Alfred R Mitchell
Death:Buried: Buried at: Plot I Row 3 Grave 13 North Africa American Cemetery Carthage, Tunisia
Death: 31-Oct-44
Death Date: 31 Oct 1944
Memorial Cemetery: North Africa American Cemetery
Memorial Country: Carthage, Tunisia  
Memorial Location: Plot I Row 3 Grave 13  
Residence:
State: Alabama  
World War II
Rank:Master Sergeant, U.S. Army  
Service Number:34016728
Regiment:711th Railway Operating Battalion  

Eric E Fall
Full Name:Eric E Fall  
Death:Buried: Buried at: Plot H Row 16 Grave 14 North Africa American Cemetery Carthage, Tunisia
Death: 31-Oct-44
Death Date: 31 Oct 1944
Memorial Cemetery: North Africa American Cemetery  
Memorial Country: Carthage, Tunisia  
Memorial Location: Plot H Row 16 Grave 14  
Residence:State: Nevada  
World War II  
Rank:Private, U.S. Army  
Service Number:39828689  
Regiment:711th Railway Operating Battalion

Pictorial Handbook of Miltary Transportation 1945

Pict Handbook by Nancy

World War II research : Find them

worldwarii by Nancy

715th William Benner-Obit

715th William Benner Obit by Nancy

1945 March 724th ROB Chateau Chatter Lyle Moran

1945 March 724thROB ChateauChatter LyleMoran by Nancy

721st ROB song

1945 11 11 Official Program 1st US Infantry Div vs 71st Infantry Div Football

1945 11 11 OfficialProgram 1stUS InfantryDiv vs 71stInfantryDiv Football by Nancy

American Rails in 8 countries: The Story of the 1st Military Railway Service

American Rails in 8 Countries by Nancy

1945 10 21 Commemorative Program 1st US Infantry Div Organization Day Football

1945 10 21 CommProgram 1stUS InfantryDiv OrgDay Football by Nancy

721st ROB list of reunions

740th Railway Operating Battalion: Inside Track Newsletter June 1945

740th Inside Track Newsletter June 1945 by Nancy

Locomotive United States Army #B-2050 1950s

Virgil Camp Railroad units England ??

Virgil D Kamp born Illinois, enlisted out of Chicago, Illinois. His daughter Debbie writes ... my father was stationed in England. I have his DD214 and it shows the 3615 Q.M. TRK CO. He was employed before the war by CB& Q Railroad out of Chicago, Ill, living and working in the St Louis Area. He had brakeman, conductor, rifle, basic training and Truck Driver Heavy listed on his discharge papers. Does anyone recognize these locomotives or the location ? Can anyone tell me more about what his unit did ? Contact Debbie dbgorry [@] sbcglobal.net

715th Railway Operating Battalion E.V. McPherson photos

From Kelly daughter of E.V. McPherson, age 92, who is still living in Redding, California. He grew up in Stockport, Ohio. He began his service at Camp Shelby, Miss Some names that he had on a photo are: Garford, Schmeider, Chearhart, McPherson,Kreisel, Jenkins, Borden, Chalforsh, Tom Miller, Moore, Dalan, and Hord Thanks!

724th photos Thanks Jean

1945 Seine Section, Paris France, Brig Gen Peas B. Rogers

1945 Seine Section, Paris France, Brig Gen Peas B. Rogers by Nancy

Thanks Jean

1945 Well Done, Washington DC, Southern Railway System Trains ROBs

1945 Well Done, Washington DC, Southern Railway System Trains ROBs by Nancy

thanks Jean

Atlantic Coast Training Corps Officer Training class December 1943

Atlantic Coast Training Dec 1943 by Nancy

740th Letters of Commendation May 1945

740th Letters of Commendation May 1945 by Nancy

US Army Locomotive Diesel C324

740th Railway Operating Battalion

740th History by Nancy

US Army locomotive #2360 Chattanooga, TN

721st ROB Reunion roster 1980

721st Reunion Roster 1980 by Nancy

721st Newsletter : 721ster All copies

721ster All by Nancy

721st ROB-History2

721st ROB History2 by Nancy

721st ROB Fort Sam Houston

Hospital Trains Camp Meade 1917

746th Railway Operating Battalion : Bloom obit

History of the 718th Railway Operating Battalion

History of the 718 Th Railway Operating Battalion by Nancy

From D-Day to VE Day With GI Railroaders in Europe

From D-Day to VE Day With GI Railroaders in Europe by Nancy

US Army locomotive #1846 and crane C#1785 1973


GI Bill of Rights and How It Work 1st edition 1945

GI Bill of Rights and How It Works by Nancy

746th ROB Lester Leland Petersen obit

746th ROB Lester Leland Petersen by Nancy

746th ROB: Palmiere obit

746th ROB Palmiere Sr by Nancy

703rd Railway Operating Battalion: John Swift obit


Army Locomotive #7371 Maryland 1983


A Camera Trip Through Fort Sam Houston

A Camera Trip Through Fort Sam Houston by Nancy

Destination Berlin : the Transportation Corps

Destintion Berlin ETO by Nancy

Thanks Jean

749th Railway Operating Battalion commemorative plate

Railroad unit patches ..

Steve [sb4(at)msn.com] wrote that his father-in-law, James W. Belcher, who was assigned to B Company, 341st Infantry Regiment of the 86th Infantry Division collected and traded for patches while in Europe during the war and they were later used to create this great quilt. Some of these are railroad units .. if you recognize any get in touch with Steve.

763rd ROB soldier James N. Herring : His son Dean's trip back to England

Fascinating research by one of 763rd ROB soldiers, James Herring by his son Dean - you can trace his research into the Weston Camp where the unit was stationed in 1943 and see what is still there and how the camp effected the locals and what they remember of the friendly Yanks today .. Thanks Dean

763rd all Herring.docx by Nancy

746th Railway Operating Battalion Holiday Dance 1944

744th ROB by George Goetzelman

744th ROB by George Goetzelman by Nancy