Thanks a lot!
Here are some latest findings, also with a grouping find in CineyUSMC corpsmen Bolo Dated 1943, Village Blacksmith
Grouping from Jack C. Bootjer
(°June 14, 1913, +1979 in L.A.)
Soldier rank Tec 5.
First he was a private 1st Class in the 108th General Hosptial in 1943. There's a brochure with every name of every soldier which was transferred to the 108th. Each person, who mostly were from the 86th General Hospital with his ASN is written down.
Also in the lot, some letters from 1942 with an announcement for drill exercises for the family and friends. Also one from someone from an English Field Hospital. But to bad it's unreadable due to water stains ... Also a little paper about the 108th GH. Also a map of Lourdes, the place he visited and also some receipts from the Picaddilly Hotel in England.
I've didn't find much info about his military career but much about his private life. There's a newspaper in which he's one of the main articles. It's namely about his wedding with Eve Neuendorf. He married her at the 16th of July at 1600. Very detailed article about the whole ceremony. He received 2 babies with her, one son at the 11th of Decembre namely Jeffery Charles Boontjer & 5 years later a girl on the 28th of March namely Martha Lynn Bootjer. They lived then in North Aurora in Illinios.