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Military Monday – USMC Pvt. William F. Cowart, A Case Study Part 1

If you read my post last Monday on my partial book review of “Tarawa The Story of a Battle,” you know I brought up a lot of issues for future discussion regarding the Marine Corps in World War II, battle conditions, burial information and procedures, and the records themselves. This week I am going to […]

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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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About Jennifer Jennifer Holik has more than 20 years of research and writing experience.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from Missouri University of Science and Technology. She provides genealogical, historical, and military research services. Her specialties are Chicago research, Italians in Chicago, and World War II. Through in-depth research and analysis she […]

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