Posts Tagged With: military historian Chicago

Military Monday – Exploring Offline and Online World War II Resources

There is a myth many family historians believe and that is, all the records I need are online. This is not true. Only a small percentage of records available throughout time have been digitized and placed online. This is especially true for military records. Family historians exploring their World War II ancestor’s service and lives […]

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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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Military Monday – Excerpt from “The Tough O’mbres”

On May 8, I will release my next book Stories of the Lost, available through my author website. You can pre-order a signed copy today! This is an excerpt of one chapter about James Privoznik, a 90th Division Ordnance Soldier turned Infantry. The Battle of the Bulge   Heavy fighting had been occurring in the […]

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