Cheryl Tedford Hoops writes to Susan Barlow:

What an awesome publication! It's searchable too. I learned that my mother was a member of the Ambulance Transportation Unit. I never knew that.

Debra Lee writes to Susan Barlow:

Thank you for sharing. So many of our family members served in so many ways including those of them who did not return. I was very proud to see the acknowlegement of all those lost including my uncle, Lester Keeney, whom I did not have the pleasure to meet. RIP.

Dick Jenkins sent to Susan Barlow via Facebook post:

Under Sect A in the WWII list above, Lt. William Anderson appears. Bill was my cousin, his mother being a Tedford. Bill was not lost in action, he died when his fighter plane crashed on takeoff. He died in Brisbane, Australia on the date above, 13 Sept. 1943. I have provided the details of Bill's service time beginning with his enlistment in the Royal Canadian Air Force where he earned his aviator wings a few days after the attack on Pearl Harbor. If you follow this link you will read his story. Dick Jenkins-Niceville, FL.