Posts Tagged With: genealogy

Tuesday’s Tip – British Commonwealth Cemeteries

Are you interested in finding your British Force ancestor’s grave from World War I? If you had a relative who served with the British, Irish, Scottish, Australian, or New Zealand forces under the British crown in World War I, there are some great resources available to you. The primary one being the Commonwealth War Graves […]

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Military Monday – Gold Star Families Research & Memorials

I do a lot of World War II research focusing on individual soldiers and their stories. Most of these soldiers died in service. Over the last few years I have met people around the world who share my passion for researching soldiers, returning medals, locating remains, and helping family members locate information. I am grateful […]

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Writing Wednesday – Resilience Book Review

My blog has been kind of quiet the last few weeks. I needed a little break after I released the first two volumes of my new book series. I’m happy to be blogging again. A couple of weeks ago I finished reading a book, Resilience, by Navy Seal Eric Greitens. Eric spoke at the Pritzker […]

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