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Floyd Hass grave site, Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery, Belgium. (Picture taken by Hadas Bashan)

Image, found in Gilad_Bashan's uploads: Floyd N. Hass Gravestone.JPG · 04 Jun 2014 by Gilad_Bashan

This image is virtually unreadable, as are others from this file.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - FL: Page 10 · 03 Jun 2014 by catandave155

Peg-O'-My Heart - Floyd Hass shwoing battle damage. Also, note the 5 swastikas for the five air kills by Hass on the top picture.

Image, found in Gilad_Bashan's uploads: Peg-O'-My Heart battle damage.jpg · 03 Jun 2014 by Gilad_Bashan

Buried in Warrenton Cemetery, Warrenton VA.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA: Page 1 · 03 Jun 2014 by wintersretreat442361

Floyd Hass receiving Air Medal from General Pete Quesada, Head of 9th Air Force. Note steel helmet being worn due to close proximity to front lines.

Image, found in Gilad_Bashan's uploads: Floyd Hass Receiving Air Medal .jpg · 03 Jun 2014 by Gilad_Bashan

Picture of Floyd Hass in the cockpit of a P-47 taken in the fall of 1944

Image, found in Gilad_Bashan's uploads: Floyd Hass in cockpit 1944.jpg · 03 Jun 2014 by Gilad_Bashan

Three brothers joined the 46th:Miles H; Jesse M.C. and James Monroe. The last two both died in service and you have their records combined here. Sgt. Jesse M.C. Parker died Aug.…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - AL: Page 1 · 03 Jun 2014 by rootsnall343

The correct s/n is 42-7994. The listed s/n 42-7944 survived the War and was a WW trainer with the 352nd FG in July 1945.

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 3 · 03 Jun 2014 by rasaroni

State of Service should be New York, not Wisconsin.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 2 · 02 Jun 2014 by cmccann467279

I signed up for the free basic membership because I want to sample your records and decide if it is worth advancing to a membership fee status; however, I found this and related…

Spotlight: Medal of Honor Recipients by conflict · 02 Jun 2014 by poseyplace444

The 2 pages included for "George Hooker" that are in Rufus George Hookers file may not be for correct person. This file appears to be Rufus G Hooker from Randolph Co. NC. The…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - NC: Page 1 · 02 Jun 2014 by skylight65zm208

ACORDING TO HIS G-DAUGHTER HE DIED BEFORE 1900 IN BRISTOL,TX. HE WAS MY G-GRANDFATHER.

Image, found in Confederate Soldiers - TX: Page 1 · 02 Jun 2014 by shirleybean38

For complete bio of Caleb BOWERS, please visit southernrootsandshoots.com

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - GA: Page 2 · 02 Jun 2014 by CATinNGAmtns

My Father, James Thomas McArdle

Image, found in WWII Navy Muster Rolls: Page 74 · 01 Jun 2014 by janemcardle1955

His name is Matteo not Matted, its a typo in translation

Image, found in WWII "Old Man's Draft" Registration Cards: Page 1 · 31 May 2014 by cami_jaen647

There is a 2nd page to this doc, see next one in filmstrip. This is for Giuseppe Licari

Image, found in WWII "Old Man's Draft" Registration Cards: Page 1 · 31 May 2014 by cami_jaen647

This record and previous page in filmstrip are for Giuseppe Licari. He must have started using Joseph at some point.

Image, found in WWII "Old Man's Draft" Registration Cards: Page 2 · 31 May 2014 by cami_jaen647

Pages 4, 5, and 6 attached to Samuel Estep, 30th Texas Cav do not belong there, they belong to an S. Estep of the 39th Tennessee who died in Virginia in 1864 per page 6. The…

Image, found in Confederate Soldiers - TX: Page 5 · 31 May 2014 by frogge999

This S Estep, Co. B., shows 39 TENN and he died 19 June 1864. Therefore it does not belong with Samuel Estep of the 30th Tx Cav because Samuel Estep of the 30th TX Cav died in…

Image, found in Confederate Soldiers - TX: Page 4 · 31 May 2014 by frogge999

I cannot find where this woman was born, or who her parents were. Her daughter was my great-great grandmother. Can anyone point me in a direction?

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 67 · 30 May 2014 by strangebird60