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Looking to find the parents of Marshall D. Carpenter. He is buried with my relatives (Hiram Carpenter) in Oran Township Cemetary, Fayette Co., Iowa.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Carpenter, Marshall D. · 19 May 2014 by n_c_carpenter113

Could be April 7, 1943 A China National Aviation Corporation Douglas C-53-DO Skytrooper (registration 58) came to rest on another at 13,750 feet 30 mi northeast of Minzong, India…

Spotlight: crack up transport in India · 19 May 2014 by charlese87328

Evoque la grève du 17 février 1937 aux usines Peugeot de Sochaux

Image, found in State Dept Records - France: Page 504 · 19 May 2014 by laurentdingli29

These 3 medical cards seem to be for another John as he is from Co. K. If this is correct, may be the twin brother of Joseph Bues (Buse, Buise) from Cherokee Co., AL

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - AL: Page 20 · 19 May 2014 by erussell6346924

My Dad never talked much about the war , its nice finding this photo of him.

Spotlight: Patrick J Walsh · 18 May 2014 by jeffwalsh2494

I Love You Grandpa!

Memorial Page: Donald Dean Scheevel · 18 May 2014 by cscheevel228

Standing crewman 2nd from left is Patrick J Walsh . He was the tailgunner . He was my Dad , nice to find this picture.

Image, found in jeffwalsh2494's uploads: Robert Crans and crew · 18 May 2014 by jeffwalsh2494

Pvt Hardy Foster was captured during General Chalmers' 2nd raid on Collierville on 3 November 1863. Other sources list him as a Prisoner of Alton Prison and died on 3/11/1864.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 5 · 18 May 2014 by steve_cole

Line 2 Finis Tweedle was born in Arkansas, not Alaska.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 181 · 18 May 2014 by LilSisterinTexas

Tweedle - line 32-40 and next page.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 180 · 18 May 2014 by LilSisterinTexas

The father's name is Fielden Tweedle. He and Finis are both born in Arkansas not Alaska.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 180 · 18 May 2014 by LilSisterinTexas

rIGHT tADDEI!

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 17 May 2014 by steve8505

That's My Uncle! We miss him to this day but we know we'll see him again one glad day.

Image, found in rahetep405's uploads: Uncle Roger in Uniform · 17 May 2014 by rahetep405

This letter states Baily Bruce enlisted in Beaufort or Raughly? NC. Another letter states Baily Bruce had a brother named Henry who lived in Beaufort NC

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 31 · 17 May 2014 by kfrankel99

love to remember us in vbss team !!! respectfully from Argentina. cdr. Eduardo A. Mayol

Image, found in Navy Cruise Books, 1918-2009: Page 86 · 16 May 2014 by copemayol981

My uncle Donald L Murray tail gunner Woolaroc #42-30648

Spotlight: Donald L Murray · 16 May 2014 by bullhead1965

The correct spelling is Golay.He is my ancester.Buried in Hopkinsville,Ky.The spelling on the headstone is correct.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 10 · 15 May 2014 by owens4590296

Col. Walter O. Beane, Jr. was squadron commander of the 317th Fighter Interceptor Squadron in the mid to late 1950s and possibly beyond.

Image, found in registerme4now's uploads: ColWalterOBeane.jpg · 15 May 2014 by registerme4now

P O W Andersonville Ga.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Stone, George H. · 15 May 2014 by ramockler

He failed to bring the to the front of the assault ladders were needed to scale the American defenses. He regarded his orders to do so as a suicide mission.

Spotlight: Court-martial for the British Colonel from... · 15 May 2014 by shircliff1812031