My grandfather was in the 709th Ordinance, 9th Infantry Division. I have several HUNDRED of his photos from the war, many of which have names on the back of those pictured.
If any of these surnames match people you are looking for let me know and I will send you the picture/s once I scan them into my computer:
Rosskopf, Cookson, Fierro, Gerson, Sinaj, Kutzey, Harris, Greskowitz, Turkiewicz, Power, Clinton, McClintock, Hill, Schneider, Burchinal, Williams, Ross, Misko, Bickel, Bice, H??den, Workman, Moore, Egde, Kerecz, Smith, Dodd, Simmons, Grote, Fulp, Van Busichem, Eroh, Hunt, Pellish, Burnett, Lafferty, Fulmer, Mann, Jakubiak, Jones, Gulentz, Diamore, Bish, Urban, Schoen, Estabrooks, Burnett, Lesko, Poches, Webb, Runkle, Griffiths, Medlin, Pribish, Ercolani, Goucher, Deffenbaugh, Geotzinger, Andracky, Matthes, Holuk, Steed, McLaughlin, Haswell, Moesinger, Oxford, Hunsche, Maccini, Whelton, Waibart/Waibort, Muriel Reade-Hill, Joan Elledge, Micklavcic/Micklaucic, Kerecz, Poirier, Sherwin, Cepelnik, Grover, Goerman, Schoen, Cepelnik, Grover, Burnett, Lesko, Poches, Webb, Runkle, Griffiths, Medlin, Pribish, Bailey, Riturkewicz/Raturkewicz, Powers, Clinton, McClintock, Hill, Schneider, Burchinal, Williams, Ross, Dodd, Simmons, Grote, Fulp, Hunt, Anderkin, Lafferty, Fulmer, Mann, Jakubiak, Jones, Gulentz, Bish, Urban, Workman, Moore, Edge, Bruno
If your relative or person you are searching for was also in to 709th ord, 9th infantry i probably have a photo of them. Many of these people may not have been in this same ordinance -- im sure it was common to come in contact with many different ordinances/battalions/divisions.