none of us would have met Michael. The aboard date and remove date is 4/24/45. The list aboard names for Baltimore that I have differs by 16 names then what Ron has. So they must have changed some of the crew before the ship came back to San Francisco. Walter D. Molinowski has passed away, according to his daughter. Who returned my call that I left on his recorder in o5. You should still contact C. A. Loyd as Ron suggested as A.G. crew members do show up and they may be somebody that can answer your question. I was able to locate and talk to two A.G. shipmates and one merchant marine shipmate with the help of Tom Bowerman. But so much time had passed it was difficult remembering except for the bad stuff. I also have the ship's port of call log book made out by the Captain. This covers from 12/14/44 to 9/4/45 when it made port in S.F. As Ron pointed out this is all available by following his directions. Give it a try and if
not I can send you copies of what I have that pertains to your father-in-law. Reading whats on this web site as Ron suggested will also give you a good idea of what your father-in-law did and experienced. Small example is my post on the
visit to the Red Oak Victory. Just put the Alexander Martin in place of liberty ship and it briefly describes our exchange of crews and different routes to the Pacific and different staging areas for the invasion of Japan. The liberty ship I refer to was the Alexander Martin.
Thanks for your interest in the A.G.