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Name: Harry Bell Morelock.

Image, found in Army Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914: Page 98 · 27 Oct 2014 by jnsla1965041

George Darwin Page b. 19 Apr 1860

Memorial Page: George D Page · 27 Oct 2014 by cedar9_0482

1Lt Harry H Heath was killed aboard on 28 feb 1944 (source : USAAFDATA) - was born on aug 3rd, 1917

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 27 Oct 2014 by patootie63

"Victor Bayard/Baird" is Victor Beard, also listed in War of 1812 Service Index as Victory Baird, 2 Reg't Artillery, U.S. Vols. (From New York) (COL Samuel Hawkins). Victor is…

Image, found in Army Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914: Page 287 · 26 Oct 2014 by jdbeard781

Request a photo copy of file WO #616866 from the National Archives. This series of pension application files has not yet been digitized.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Simpson, John S. · 26 Oct 2014 by microfilm

42-6451 is a B-29. The correct serial # of the B-25 referenced in MACR-1102 is 42-64510, which is correctly identified in casualty report, "AG 704 - Dead, 11 Oct 44"

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 2 · 26 Oct 2014 by Lil_Butch

This record is for Joshua C McDonald of the 20th Batt Cavalry Company E. John C McDonald died from an infected gunshot wound in June of 1864

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - GA: Page 14 · 26 Oct 2014 by wesamcdonald

A Requa family, originally from the northeastern United States, resided in Bates County.

Image, found in Union Citizens File: Page 1 · 25 Oct 2014 by NMEhrlich493

This begins the Revolutionary War Pension Application of James Vanderburgh, RWPA #S2819.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 37 · 25 Oct 2014 by fortplankhistorian

Believe this to be John Willans (2nd) enlistment.He was an Officer in the Union. Received recognition from President Abraham Lincoln, near the end of the war.

Image, found in Army Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914: Page 271 · 25 Oct 2014 by BerenitaOD

This George P Sargent, not George O Sargent

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Sargent, George O. · 24 Oct 2014 by jashamilton57319

This is Hubby.

Image, found in WWII Navy Muster Rolls: Page 8 · 24 Oct 2014 by pammylou

The Elza Wiley in this 1860 NY census, states that she is Female. His name being Elza Archibald Wiley...the census takers often mistake the name for female. But his father…

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 442 · 24 Oct 2014 by jolnstoops

Why do they have an alias? How do I find out more about john?

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Simpson, John S. · 23 Oct 2014 by hcorley08

Husband of Lizzie

Spotlight: Lacie Skah-gi-ne · 23 Oct 2014 by zzzjistu

Died January 8, 1922 in Allendale County, SC

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - SC: Page 1 · 23 Oct 2014 by behling1251

Dad would be so proud that this was located today!

Image, found in Naturalizations - NY Southern: Declaration of Intention (1927) · 22 Oct 2014 by mycaseyface596

The Certificate of Arrival for Bridget Cloherty is attached to the Oath of Allegiance of Michele Di Nauta

Image, found in Naturalizations - MA: Certificate of Arrival · 22 Oct 2014 by ajharri66481

Worcester Willey

Memorial Page: Wercester Willy · 22 Oct 2014 by martikw

Again. Do not waste our time. Go look at a photo of a P-51 Mustang. Look where the vertical stabilizer meets the fuselage. Then look where the horizontal stabilizer joins. This…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 8 · 22 Oct 2014 by 330th