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January 4, 2006

Church in Kriegsfeld

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Church in Kriegsfeld

Church in Kriegsfeld

2 Responses to “Church in Kriegsfeld”

  1. Dave Dingus (Dinges) Says:

    Thank for the pictures that you have posted, I’m tracing my family Roots and it was a pleasent surprise to find a picture of Gerhard Dinges Home town. He was born there around 1674 and died there 03-05-1742. I’m still searching for his and his wife (Margarets)grave site. Again Thank you for allowing me to see where the family Root started. have a great day.
    Dave

  2. Flounder Says:

    I remember being stationed there at Kriegsfeld army Depot from Jan 82 to July 84 with the 558th MP Co. That place was pretty nutty. I remember Kevin Surrette, Denny Gallant, M. (Bogart), Don and Lori Thompson, Joe Hillen, Pete Metz, B. Cusmann, ummmm….. If ya wanna trade famous bs stories…hit me up.
    Skippydoo603@gmail.com
    Flounders Field

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