384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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A day out in Edinburgh. Can anyone ID them

20_G.jpg Charles outside a 545th nissenThumbnailsWho are these 4 at Grafton Undermud!Charles outside a 545th nissenThumbnailsWho are these 4 at Grafton Undermud!Charles outside a 545th nissenThumbnailsWho are these 4 at Grafton Undermud!

These guys are standing in front of the memorial to Scottish American soldiers in Edinburgh. It is a life-size statue of President Abraham Lincoln in memory of five Scotsmen who died in the American Civil War.
Sergeant Major John McEwan of the 65th Illinois Volunteer Rifles
Lieutenant Colonel William Duff of the 2nd Illinois Artillery
Robert Ferguson of the 57th New York Infantry Volunteers
Robert Steedman of the 5th Maine Infantry Volunteers
James Wilkie of the 1st Michigan Cavalry

The next picture in the album shows a fantastic view of the monument

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