Evaders at St. Lidwina - Schijndel

Who is who??
The above photo has been published in a number of books. So far, only a few  m persons have been identified, or only mentioned by name.
Sitting left, with his left leg in a cast if F/O George Brennan, 305th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group. He was hit by anti-aircraft fire and ended up at the St. Lidwina hospital at Schijndel.
Also mentioned in the book “Operation Market Garden Then and Now” are the names of the three Dutch in the photo. School teacher Gre Scholten is in the middle. The names of the two men are Cor Laanen and Christ van Bakel. But it is unknown who is who.

The names of the other men are given as well. But the same problem rises. Who is who in the photo. This page is an attempt to get the information as to who-is-who and to identify the persons.
In the September 1944 days, a large number of gliders failed to reach their designated landing zone (LZ). Some landed in enemy held territory. Where possible, Dutch and Belgium civilians helped the men from these planes to evade capture by the German forces.

In an area in Holland, roughly east of ‘s Hertogenbosch and Boxtel, up to Uden, a number of gliders landed. Some of the men were taken prisoner, or died in short, local battles. Others had the luck to evade capture with help from the Dutch.
And so ended a large group of men at the St. Lidwina hosptial at Schijndel. The hospital was, like most in those days, run by  nuns.

The planes these men were in were shot down on 18, 19 and 23 September 1944. They  stayed at the hospital until the village of Schijndel was liberated, on October  23rd. A British photographer, Bill Warhurst pictured the group in front of the entrance. Seventeen American evaders.
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Unknown
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Unknown, 101st Airborne Division
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Gre Scholten
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Unknown Dutch
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Unknown, 101st Airborne Division
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F/O George Brennan
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Unknown, Dutch underground
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Unknown, 82nd Airborne Division
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As mentioned earlier,  there is a list of names of the men who ended up at the hospital, and who are in these photos. The only thing is, who is who in the photo. At this point, two of the faces have been identified. Hope that the other faces will get the correct name as well, and that another piece of history, and the puzzle, get complete.
The following men were at the hospital, given with some additional information:
From a C-47 crash, 45th Troop Carrier Squadron, 316th Troop Carrier Group:
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1st Lt. John S. Melvin
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2nd Lt. Edward G. Welsh
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Sgt. Michael J. Malanick
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T/Sgt. Thomas C. Glaze

It seems that the above men are not in the picture.

From the glider piloted by F/O Brennan:, 305th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group (landed on 19 September 1944):
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F/O George H. Brennan
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Sgt. Brazil Thompson (907th Glider Field Artillery Bn.). Apparently he reached friendly lines a few days after landing.

From a glider piloted by F/O Preus, 305th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group (landed on 19 September 1944). The passengers were all 907/HQ:
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F/O William Preus
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Sgt. HaroldWohlford
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Sgt. Alvin Ettingoff
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Sgt. William Doss
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T/5 Robert Weaks
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T/5 Rex Willoughby
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Cpl. Perry Accord
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Pvt. Herman Hohman

From a glider flown by F/O Swanson, 305th Troop Carrier Squadron, 442nd Troop Carrier Group (landed on 19 September 1944 with passengers of 907/B Bty):
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F/O James Swanson
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Sgt. William Lange
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Pfc. Ledford Langston
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Pfc. Nick Marucas

From a 440th Troop Carrier Group glider (further details unknown). Landed on 18 September 1944The following men from that glider are 82nd Airborne Artillry HQ:
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Cecile Mustoe
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Bernard Crabtree

From unknown glider, probably 441st Troop Carrier Group, with men of 325th Glider Infantry Regiment. Landed on 23 September 1944:
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F/O Tipton B. Webb
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Cecile Rhodes
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Rudolph Ross
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Tillman E. Beiker

Airborne Troop Carrier - Holland