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Transcription error. Name is James L Halley

Memorial Page: James S Halley · 18 Sep 2015 by drenkert

Interesting. Suggesting that the soldier left because of a woman.

Spotlight: Veteran describes drumming out process... · 18 Sep 2015 by Friesfan1

Wow. Things were so different. I had no idea.

Spotlight: Veteran describes drumming out process... · 17 Sep 2015 by poolgrl085

Wow. Things were so different. I had no idea.

Spotlight: Veteran describes drumming out process... · 17 Sep 2015 by poolgrl085

Line 1-5 are the Farrar family, related to John P. and Robert "Farner" found on page 98 and page 67a of the 1850 census. William Read Gilmore 9/17/15

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 25 · 17 Sep 2015 by billgilmore325163

Funny (to me) that you would pick that as an example. I'm a Riley from 3-4 generations back. Time to do some research.

Spotlight: Muster roll abtract for John Riley; reason... · 17 Sep 2015 by pittsclan641

This is William R. Haywood, brother of E. W. Wes Haywood, both of Green County, Arkansas

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 2 · 17 Sep 2015 by Thequiltgram

Don't for get, Bergdahl some think of him a a hero!

Spotlight: Edward Wilkie to be drummed out of the... · 17 Sep 2015 by amundson42

This gentleman was my great Uncle not my great grandfather. My great grandfather was deceased before I was born and in 1961 I was 14 years old.

Image, found in Navy Cruise Books, 1918-2009: Page 27 · 16 Sep 2015 by bgarrets566

Times sure have changed. Now the guilty party does not just get a dishonorable discharge, but they also receive a lifetime of food stamps, welfare, and free medical care. All…

Spotlight: Edward Wilkie to be drummed out of the... · 16 Sep 2015 by Skylark7122

On lines 5 & 6, the last name is very likely Farrar, not Farner. William Read Gilmore, 9/15/15

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 98 · 15 Sep 2015 by billgilmore325163

Brown Family Bible Record

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 13 · 15 Sep 2015 by compmary

This William F. Bowie is too young to be mine mine was b ca 1840, not 1852 so cancel out this bowie as a possible

Image, found in Army Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914: Page 108 · 14 Sep 2015 by norrissusan22849

This image is the back side of the document you see in the previous image. This side was imaged to capture the date stamp at the bottom. The ink from the reverse side is visible…

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 13 · 14 Sep 2015 by microfilm

correct serial number is 42-37879

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 2 · 14 Sep 2015 by terveurn197

Taken by Waist Gunner Lt. Dick Ganczak

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 14 Sep 2015 by sobrien454

I believe the correct spelling is Powhatan Bouldin. There are a number of genealogy records, as well as other military records on him. He also penned a small book, "The Old…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc: Page 1 · 14 Sep 2015 by Jadamswish

John S. Kimbel not Kiebel

Image, found in WWII Navy Muster Rolls: Page 886 · 14 Sep 2015 by dgiesige556

Hugh F Gibney was born on jan 10th, 1916

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 13 Sep 2015 by patootie63

I believe that this is in fact a record for Henry Arensberg. In the 1890 Special Schedule for Veterans and Widows, SD 11, ED 73 in Uniontown, Fayette County Pennsylvania a Henry…

Image, found in Civil War Pensions Index: Orensburg, Henry · 13 Sep 2015 by dwof135