In mid December 2007 i found this bracelet in the sidewall of an foxhole. In very good condition and a name became visible : John L. Page U.S. ARMY / on the backside the number : 34120126 E.R.B The brand is Sterling. I found it at a spot where i knew the 22nd Inf. / 4th US Inf. Div. had fought so i thougt to send Robert S. Rush a mail again! In 2 days he wrote me back the following: I recognized the name John L. Page as soon as I read it. He figures in my book Hell in Hurtgen Forest. He joined Company A 22d on 25 June, entered the Hurtgen battle as a private first class, was promoted to staff sergeant on 23 November, and finished the battle as a platoon leader. He was from Lawrence Indiana, but entered service on 12 January 1942 at Ft Jackson North Carolina. He survived the war and it appears that he settled in Clinton, South Carolina after the war. He died in 2005, I believe in Newbury, SC. I don't know whether he was a member of the 22d Society, but he might very well have been. I did not interview Page; he was interviewed as part of a group on 16 December 1944. I have no idea as to living relatives. I hope that i will hear more in the future, cause i want to get in contact with his still living family and maybe be able to return the bracelet after 63 years. That i found his bracelet is one thing but that he figures in a book makes it extra special.