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Military Monday – Ira M. Tripp

Ira is one of my 1st cousins that I have never had a chance to meet.  He died a year or so after I was born on Jun. 82 more words

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Recently, Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org added or updated collections with New York materials.

FamilySearch.org added more material to its  70 more words

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Military Monday – Norwood Tripp, Sr.

My grandfather, Norwood served in the military during World War II.  I have a copy of his draft registration card.  I was very surprised to find this card on him, because he has never mentioned whether or not he had ever been in the military. 21 more words

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Military Monday – Harmon Gilstrap

Harmon Gilstrap is one of my cousins that was in the U. S. Marines during WWII.  I found a copy of a muster roll that Harmon was listed on in Oct. 39 more words

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Today, FamilySearch.org updated two New York collections.

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Military Monday – Theodore Gilliard

Today, I have posted a copy of a WWI draft registration card that belongs to my great uncle, Theodore Gilliard.  He is married to great aunt, Lizzie Hughes, my grandmother’s sister. 23 more words

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Tombstone Tuesday – Harmon Gilstrap, 1920-1944

Harmon Gilstrap is one of my cousins that I always look for information on.   He served in the Marines during WWII.  He is the son of Madison and Mattie Gilstrap.  39 more words

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