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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)
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I am part of a group, African Americans N Boyle Heights, attempting to document African American families who lived the the Boyle Heights area of Los Angeles, California.  I have searched some Enumeration Districts in the 1940 Census by using cross streets that I know.  However, I'd like to find all of the Enumeration Districts in the Boyle… (Show more)
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My grandfather had a brother, Private James C Wright, who served with the Army in Germany, during World War II.  He enlisted in 1946 and served 3 years.  James was from Alabama.  None of his living siblings has any idea what happened to him.  They remember MP’s coming to the house, but the trail ends there.  I am a complete rookie  at this, but… (Show more)
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I am seeking Help to find divorce records for William M Long vs Josephine Rosealee Shuman Long from 1930-1933.  This has been a very Elusive Record.. It could have been in Marion Indiana, Fort Knox Kentucky, Copiah Miss, or Louisiana... The Plaintiff William Manuel Long was Active Duty Army Stationed at Fort Benjamin Harris, Marion County… (Show more)
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My grandfather was the Commanding Officer for the 607th Quartermaster Company. I know they were D-Day +2 and that they established the Henri Chapelle Cemetery. I’m looking for any information about my grandpa specifically, his name was Nicholas J. Sloane. Any information or photographs would mean a lot to me. I’ve also been searching for an… (Show more)
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Hello, I see many different images of various ships called the SS Italia on the internet.  I am seeking confirmed images of the exact SS Italia that sailed into New York City on Sept 3, 1891. This is the ship my family was on. Much appreciated. Thank you
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I am searching for grave sites and Obituaries of Arthur Lusch and Mary Sargeant Lusch who died between 1914 and 1917.  They were my great grandparents and would love for my mom who is 85 to see their resting place.  I believe they are some where near Phillipsburg, NJ.
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I am searching for my grandfather, Robert L. Johnson, who served in Australia during WWII up to mid-1944. We believe he was in the US Army , possibly a Captain. On a photograph we have of him, it states: Robert. L. Johnson; 283 Rep. Co.; A.P. O. 933; Phone M.L.X. 440.  I have been told 283 Rep Co means a replacement company but I cannot find any… (Show more)
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Hi All, I have been researching for some time to compile documents necessary for my dual citizenship application. I am trying to track down records of my grandparents Paul and Anna Barbiroglio. They arrived in 1909 to NY, were married in Manhattan and then headed to Glastonbury to work on a farm so I think they should be on the 1910 census. I… (Show more)
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Did the British hold American POWs in the Revolutionary War on prison ships, near Quebec, Canada? I know they did around New York, but I cannot find anything about their use of prison ships near Quebec. I have found that some American POWs were taken to the Quebec public jail, and the Jesuits' College and detained. I have an ancestor, Captain Amos… (Show more)
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