Research

Tuesday’s Tip – Organize Those Death Certificates

My business is composed of two main types of research. Military and Italians in Chicago. I haven’t blogged about the genealogy/Italians in a while so thought I would share my strategy for organizing records. I’m focusing specifically on death certificates. The bulk of my genealogical client work revolves around Italians from Ricigliano who came to […]

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Military Monday – Where ARE the WWII Military Records?

Today I was Googling and looking for information on WWII for a biography I’m writing for a client’s family member who served in the Signal Corps. When I research anything WWII, I start with Google and look for books that I can get at the fabulous Pritzker Military Museum and Library here in Chicago or […]

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Military Monday – Vanished Book Review

I just finished reading the book Vanished The Sixty-Year Search for the Missing Men of World War II by Wil S. Hylton. This book blew me away. My research and writing has been focused on WWII Europe and mostly infantrymen with one pilot. I wasn’t ready to move to the Pacific yet but certain events, […]

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