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Tombstone Tuesday – Jackson Tripp, Jr.

Today, I have a picture of my uncle, Jackson’s headstone.   He is buried in Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Union Grove, WI with his wife Jordia. 25 more words

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Monday Military - Emanuel Tripp

Emanuel Tripp, Jr. is my grandfather’s brother.  He served in the military during WWI and WWII.  Below, I have a copy of each of his draft records. 48 more words

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Maritime Monday – Waymon Gilstrap

Below I have a picture of the ship, the General A. W. Brewster and a copy of the ship’s crew list.   One of my ancestors, Waymon Gilstrap, Jr. 75 more words

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Thankful Thursday – The Military Archives

I located a lot of my ancestors through several military archives. I am glad that there was some available online for me to go through. When I started researching my family, I did not know as much about them as I thought. 17 more words

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Israel Nicholas Haynes 1822 - 1864 Moselle, Alsac, France

Israel Nicholas (Nicholas) Haynes

Born August 7, 1822 in Moselle, Alsac, Francemap

Son of Johann N. Hahn and Christina S. Reutenauer

Husband of Malinda Brown — married … 54 more words

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Military Monday – Mozie L. Cole, 1945-1966

Mozie Lee Cole was born in 1945 in Canton, MS. He was enlisted in the US Army in the 25th Inf. Div. He fought and died in Vietnam in 1966.  69 more words

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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