Posts Tagged With: WWI

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 – Returning WWI and WWII Identification Tags

My friend Lorine at Olive Tree Genealogy has been working on returning ID tags to families of soldiers from World War I and World War II. She has many unsolved cases to date. Can you help her? Below are several she would love assistance with. #24. Earl G. Gregory WW2 Navy #23. Leroy Tillery […]

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Follow Friday – Military Websites and Blogs

In the (I’ve lost track of what number) revision of my new World War II records lecture I debuted last night, I found a few websites I think are worth sharing. Christine Kohler’s eXtreme X-overs Part I and eXtreme X-overs Part II Missing Marines The Children’s War – A Guide to Books for Young Readers […]

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