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Nov. 19 Researching Military Records of Your Ancestors - Burlington WI Program and Workshop

Wed.Nov 19, 2014 7-9 pm
workshop/program
Researching Military Records of Your Ancestors

http://journaltimes.com/calendar/community/researching-ancestors-military-records/event_8508f7d0-688d-11e4-9bfc-db5ddbc5215d.html

A free program and workshop on researching Military Records of your ancestor is offered to the public on Wednesday, November 19, 2014, 7-9 pm in Burlington, Wisconsin. 134 more words

Rembering-100-years. World War 1 (1914-1919).

( van onze Kanonnenvoer redactie)

AMSTERDAM-NOIR- Na 100 jaar Eerste Wereldoorlog nog steeds oorlog Keerpunt 1914.
Going to war was their duty  in many cases with  out a choice. 52 more words

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Australian World War I Battlefields Tour – Polygon Wood

Polygon Wood – Now there is a name that brings an emotional lump to the throat.

This area is about eight kilometres east of Iepers, and is approached from a small road off the main Menin Road. 475 more words

Family History

On a soldier's death, and feeling grateful for good record-keeping

My father in law, generally not much interested in family history, has mentioned many times over the years an uncle – his father’s younger brother – who died in WWI. 553 more words

Family History

Australian World War I Battlefields Tour – The Bullecourt Digger

We were on our third day of touring the Australian Battlefields of World War I, and had just paid our respects to one of our family heroes, Lance-Corporal Frank Leslie Bell, at the Queant Road Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery. 419 more words

Family History

Civil War Crime and Punishment

a publication of the St. Louis Public Library
(Vol. 14, No. 1) 2014

Welcome to the thirty-fourth issue of Gateway Family Historian. This issue’s focus is Civil War Crime and Punishment. 5,470 more words

Civil War

Australian World War I Battlefields Tour - Family Heroes J J Stapleton and R E Sherwood - Peronne

In my last blog I wrote about our experience at Mont St Quentin, while on a tour of the Australian World War I Battlefields.

After St Quentin we drove on to Peronne, where we had lunch and visited the ‘Historial De La Grande Guerre 14-18′ or the Museum of the War of 1914-18, which was housed in the old medieval castle. 533 more words

Family History