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Sgt George Miller

Does anyone remember Ralph Mobley?


     A gentleman who I work with knows that I can research things on the computer. He asked me if I could find out where his father-in-law, Ralph A. Mobley, (who died a few years ago) was during his tour of duty in Europe during World War II.

     He would like to know the path which his company took so he and his wife could plan a trip to Europe and go to some of the places where his father-in-law was during the war.

     I have Company I, 394th Infantry Regiment, 99th Division. I was wondering if there was a history of each company anywhere. I also know he arrived Feb. 8, 1945, in Europe on Feb. 8, 1945, and returned Dec. 23, 1945, to the States.

     He, like any other son-in-law, would be interested in finding anyone who could provide information regarding his father-in-law. Both so he can better appreciate his father-in-law's contributions to his country and share this information with his children and grandchildren.

     His father-in-law died two years ago and was very reluctant to talk about his experiences. He believes he crossed the bridge at Remagen, but that is all he knows.

Chris Miller

5538 Lymbar Dr.

Houston TX 77096

or 10777 Westheimer #1200

Houston TX 77042

E-mail: crm@clearsail.net

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