Posts Tagged With: Chicago professional genealogist

Military Monday – Missing in Action and Presumed Date of Death

I received the service file for a World War II Naval Pilot I am researching. There is still a lot of work to be done but one thing struck me that needs to be addressed. This is the date a soldier was declared Missing in Action versus the date they died or were presumed dead. […]

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Military Monday – Joining a Military Association

I attended the 90th Division Association Reunion in St. Louis this past weekend. The reunion was my first experience with a military association and I was not sure what to expect. Norm Richards, the researcher at the NPRC who helps with my research and my client work, suggested I attend. He said it would give […]

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Surrender To The Writing

This morning I am doing some writing for a course, a book I’m working on, and a military writing workshop. I came across something I wrote a couple months ago that seems very appropriate for a blog post this morning. It is a train of thought writing that I have incorporated into several projects but […]

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