My father is deceased. I have his photo album that accompanied his story-telling and I can search for your cousin. There are a few unidentified photos that I have only the approximate date and the location they were taken. If the offer of the headstone photo is still good, I would like to have Lt Fisk's headstone photo to go in Dad's photo album. I am re-creating his photo album, trying to make it page for page, on acid-free papers, using archival materials.
I am glad you left a message. Quite a wile ago you emailed me and my reply messages failed to go through. Later a hard drive crash lost everything. One was a veteran here in the states (1st Cav Div, Flying Column?) and the other was (family?) who lived on Oroquieta, behind Old Bilibid, at the time of liberation. Do you still have the contact information for them? I am still researching the Flying Column; one of the things I am looking at is the battle at Far Eastern University. If you know anyone who was there on the evening of Saturday, 3 February 1945, I would be grateful for an introduction to them, or contact their information, so I can ask for an interview.