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Correct hull designation is DM-24, as the U.S.S. Thomas E. Fraser was commissioned August 22, 1944 as a destroyer minesweeper

Image, found in WWII Navy Muster Rolls: Page 99 · 02 Feb 2013 You

I believe that lines 6 - 8 enumarte the "Boerem" family. That is how the family iis indexed on Family Search, which points you to the Ancestry.com partner site

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1930: Sheet 4a · 31 Jul 2012 You

I think that this is in fact "Z." K. Offutt

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 25 · 30 Jul 2012 You

James H. Offutt, age 87, born circa 1843

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1930: Sheet 4a · 20 Jun 2012 You

C.S.S. Rappahannock is written at the top of this page. I'm confused by this, as the only C.S.S. Rappahannock that I've found so far was an English ship of war sold in 1863 that…

Image, found in Confederate Navy Subject File: Page 365 · 18 Jan 2012 You

Expenses for travel from Fredricksburg to Richmond, as well as travel from Norfolk to Richmond

Image, found in Confederate Navy Subject File: Page 780 · 18 Jan 2012 You

FRirst name of individual on line 84 should be indexed as Hezikiah, not Hackish!

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1930: Sheet 12B · 01 Oct 2011 You

E. Dovis Offutt instead should read E. Davis Offutt, who is in fact Elijah Davis Offutt born March 10, 1851 in Nelson County, KY to Herny L., and Margaret (nee Davis) Offutt

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1930: Sheet 11B · 21 Jul 2011 You

I believe that Otto Offult is/should be "Otho Offutt"

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc: Page 1 · 21 Jul 2011 You

This page is almost illegible

Image, found in FBI Case Files: Page 1 · 17 Jun 2010 You

This is the family of John and Margaret Offutt

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 11 · 12 Jun 2010 You

I believe that this refers to Henry St. George Offutt, who was the Asst. Postmaster of the Confederacy and also a member of the Confederate Militia

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc: Page 1 · 15 May 2010 You

Mentions that John R. Offutt was born in Georgetown, D.C., had a wife who lived in the Navy Yard. He is listed as 25, so birth would have been circa1838

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc: Page 1 · 15 May 2010 You

Line 3; Robert Offutt, is Robert Maxwell Offutt, son of William James and Anna Eliza (Maxwell) Offutt. He was born Jan. 22, 1869 in Plaingrove, PA. Esther U. Offutt is his wife…

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1910: Sheet 1A · 18 Apr 2010 You

This record should also be indexed under Franklin Offutt. Records for Franklin C. Offutt on same microfilm roll show that he was in this hospital at this time

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - KY: Page 1 · 22 Feb 2010 You

Should be indexed under 118th U.S. Colored Infantry Regiment, Company K

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Offutt, John · 19 Feb 2010 You

Should be indexed under the 13th Regiment, U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery, Company E

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Offutt, David · 19 Feb 2010 You

This should be indexed under the 5th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery Regiment

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Offutt, James W. · 19 Feb 2010 You

Mary J. is supposedly the former Mary Jackson Speed

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 120 · 28 Jan 2010 You

According to research of other's, William was the son of Sampson Offutt and Nancy (Last name unknown)

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 120 · 28 Jan 2010 You