Posts Tagged With: military research

Follow Friday – The In-Depth Genealogist

PRESS RELEASE Ancestors in a Nation Divided book release announced by The In-Depth Genealogist June 29, 2014; Utica, OH:   Why Research Your Civil War ancestor? You may have a story or two handed down through your family about your Civil War ancestor. So what other info do you need? Was he a northerner called […]

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Military Monday – WWII Military Research Is NOT The Same As Genealogy Research

Last week I wrote a post called, Where ARE All the WWII Military Records. I wanted to provide some basic information on military records, specifically looking at WWII. After I wrote that post, I spoke to a few people in the genealogy field who are doing research on their military ancestors.  I realized I’m asking […]

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Military Monday – Milton T. McCoy Pension File

Last week I posted the table of contents for Henry A. Hayes’s Civil War Pension File. Today is for his in-law Milton T. McCoy. Milton McCoy Civil War Pension File 24th Iowa Infantry Volunteers Company F Service: 29 Feb 1864-13 May 1865 26 May 1865   Certificate of Disability for Discharge 7 June 1865     Claim […]

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