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I found a document on ancestry.com that indicated an award for service in US Navy military unit number 02959. Is there a listing of Navy military units? What ship was unit number 02959?
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I am seeking my father's Army service number.  His name was Paul Vernon Coles, DOB:  8/28/30.  He was enlisted and served in the Korean War.  Thank you.
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I am seeking information on former father-in-law, William Estell Draper (1918-1970). He was discharged as a captain in the US Army Air Corps after service as an engineer from 1941-1945.  He constructed airfields in North Africa, then Sicily and then Italy.  What was his outfit and his service record?  I would appreciate a history of Army companies… (Show more)
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Salve..cerco soldato Americano che cadde con il suo AEREO nelle campagne della zona Zeffiro di Sabaudia.. Fu' salvato da Mizzon Danilo e trascinato nel bosco...Danilo gli disse di non muoversi che sarebbe tornato, ma non riisci per almeno una settimana poiché i tedeschi arrestarono tutti gli uomini della zona .  Avevano trovato l'aereo in fiamme… (Show more)
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I am trying to get more information about a letter sent by a US Army member in 1946 to an address that reads 7746 CIS APO 757. I believe APO 757 was in Frankfurt at the time, but what is CIS?
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Do NC land grants applications have information regarding the applicant and where he lived?
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Searched all the census 1920 records by ED (it was 5 for LA!)  for an address I found in a 1921 city directory of my ancestor. The problem is, I could find most of the street he lived on, except the the block or so of the house. It was 1553 E 43rd street (per the directory)  and there were higher and lower house numbers. Please suggest? thank you,
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Click to view contentI would like a little help translating this entry in a Birth/Baptism record from 1870's Hungary. The abbreviations are foreign to me as the language. But, I'm trying to learn it.   I know it's for János Varga. helvét  =  Reformed, Calvinist Protestant?   Is that "Czéh"  at the end of the first line, and does that mean he's from Czechoslovakia… (Show more)
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My father in law and his wife immigrated to the US in 1947 or 1948. Their names are Howard (Heinz) and Ursula Wisla. I can't find them on Ancestry.com/library edition. They had British/Palestinian/Jewish passports. Howard told me that they had to stay in France for a year before immigrating to the US. They both were naturalized in 1954 and I have… (Show more)
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My grandfather served in Co K of the 52nd Pioneer Infantry. His name was Dave Rosenberg. I have found very limited information on what they did. I know he served during Meuse-Argonne. He arrived in France in August 1918 and left in April 1919. There was a pamphlet written by a Frank Farrell but I can't find it. Any additional info would be… (Show more)