Author Archives: Jennifer Holik

Military Monday – USMC WWII Missing in Action and Finding of Death Statuses

The last few weeks I have been immersed in USMC records from World War II as I write my books. There are so many “small” details that emerge from looking at service files, death files, reports, and histories for all branches of the military. In October I wrote a post called Missing in Action and […]

Categories: Military Research | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Tuesday’s Tip – Not Everyone Wants to Remember

Throughout the last few years as I research World War II ancestors and talk to many people both online and offline about their World War II family members, one thing has appeared a few times that I think many of us do not think about. Not everyone wants to remember. What do I mean by […]

Categories: Military Research, Research | Tags: , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Military Monday – Caution! Check the Death and Burial Information

This weekend as I was working on my World War II record books and reading a USMC personnel file for Pvt. William Franklin Cowart, something important occurred to me. Important and somewhat bothersome issues I feel needs to be addressed for anyone who does genealogy research. The issues are: Family trees, FindAGrave, and death and […]

Categories: Military Research, Research | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Adventure Journal by Contexture International.