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Military Research-during wars and peace time

This group was created to help you find your ancestor who served in the military. This includes any War, Peace time, & National Guard. There are many records to search for Veterans. We have several here for you. We also have researchers to help you.

Members: 149
Latest Activity: Jun 12, 2011

Links to Help You With Your Military Research

Revolutionary War

Revolutionary Pension Index

Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files

Genealogy Today

Civil War

National Civil War Musuem

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW)

Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 1861-1865

The American Civil War Page-HUGE DATABASE

Civil WarRecords FAQ-Huge Data Base

Finding a Civil War Ancestor

Written by Donna Speer Ristenbatt

Lineages Inc- Research for Civil War

Complete Civil War Pension File

From the Ancestry Daily News -Written by Michael John Neill – 8/11/2004

Missouri Civil War Museum

Historic Fort Delaware-Civil War Burial Grounds

Bits of Blue and Gray

An American Civil War Notebook

World War l

American Battle Monuments Commission WW1 listings

Look up World War 1 Veterans on this cemetery site

World War l Draft Card Records

Search for your ancestors through WW l draft cards

World War l l

American Battlement Monument -Commission WW l l

Look up World War l l Veterans on this cemetery site

Lone Sentry-Free Site

Photographs, Documents, and Research on World War II

Korean War

American Battlement Monument-Commission Korean War

Look up Korean War Veterans on this cemetery site

Vietnam War

Vietnam War Casualty List in Alphabetical Order of Last Name and State of Record

Modern Day Wars

Military Homepage-Information on Modern Wars

Special Research Sites

The National Archives

Request Military Service Records or Prove Military Service

Shoe String Genealogy

Free Online U.S.Military Data

Discussion Forum

Learning How to USE found records

Started by Sue McCormick Mar 10, 2011.

195th Port Company 2 Replies

Started by Mary Beth. Last reply by Mary Beth Dec 3, 2010.

Indian Wars

Started by Mary Beth Nov 28, 2010.

Spanish-American War Veterans 3 Replies

Started by Juanita Hendrickson. Last reply by jenni coe Nov 11, 2010.

Merchant Marine from East Coast before or during WWI? 3 Replies

Started by Juanita Hendrickson. Last reply by Spivey Aug 18, 2010.

WW1 records 2 Replies

Started by Kate Steere. Last reply by Mavis Jones Nov 27, 2009.

Records lost in 1973 fire 8 Replies

Started by Chip Taylor. Last reply by Danny Nieves Oct 16, 2009.

Bent Star Project / Bent Prop 1 Reply

Started by Jim Avery. Last reply by Spivey Oct 12, 2009.

Links for UK military ancestors 1 Reply

Started by Linda Temple. Last reply by Linda Temple Jul 26, 2009.

Veterans' Records Archived by the Arkansas Gravestones Project

Started by Thomas Joseph Helms Jul 25, 2009.

Proving discharge? 4 Replies

Started by Kate Steere. Last reply by Kate Steere Jul 24, 2009.

Obtaining Military Records (Resources I Used)

Started by Angelique Welch Jul 24, 2009.

US Veteran's Gravesites (even if not in military cemetery) 2 Replies

Started by Cindy Johnston Sorley. Last reply by Cindy Johnston Sorley Jul 22, 2009.

24 Ferrying Squadron WWII AAF 1 Reply

Started by Cindy Johnston Sorley. Last reply by Just Judy Jul 12, 2009.

research military units?? 5 Replies

Started by Just Judy. Last reply by Cindy Johnston Sorley Jul 9, 2009.

WWI (1917 - 1918) and WWII (1942 - 1945) Male Registration Records 1 Reply

Started by Cindy Johnston Sorley. Last reply by Cindy Johnston Sorley Jul 9, 2009.

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Comment by Sherri Thornton on July 25, 2009 at 2:55am
Wendi...I found a few records. Don't know which, if any are your Lloyd Ogle. Only 1 is AF and he may not be from TN, although he is buried there. Hopefully something here will help.
Lloyd Ogle.txt
Comment by Dae Powell on July 24, 2009 at 11:44am
I have a wee table of free US Military Sites that you may find helpful. It is free at ShoeString Genealogy.
Happy Dae·
Comment by Darlene O'Brien on July 24, 2009 at 10:28am
Re: Lawrence Rose - Sherri,
Oh my, certainly looks as though that's him, huh? Thank you so much, how exciting!
Comment by Wendi Beck on July 24, 2009 at 9:29am
Birth place is I do believe Sevierville/gatlinburg Tennessee as for birthdate that info I do not have I do have his father and mothers names and his siblings names
Comment by Sherri Thornton on July 24, 2009 at 12:34am
Wendi...do you have any info on Lloyd's birth date, place of birth, or middle name. There are several that I am finding and I have no idea which one could be him.
Comment by Sherri Thornton on July 24, 2009 at 12:29am
Darlene...could this be him?lawrence rose.jpg
Comment by Wendi Beck on July 23, 2009 at 3:09pm
Having opted to keep it "simple" and I use that term loosely I am seeking out family members military info one person at a time. Currently I am looking for information on a Lloyd Ogle who served in the 4th Airdrome or something like that. We have a picture that looks like he might be in the Orient or the Phillipines. I am guessing WWII or Korea difficult to tell.
Comment by Derek S. Davey on July 23, 2009 at 5:04am
Currently have done research on four members of my family that participated in the Civil War and seven that were in the Revolutionary War. Have done extensive research for others on their military ancestors. Also speak on the topic to a variety of genealogical groups. Think is wonderful the potential that a site like Genealogy Wise has to connect people with common interests.
Comment by Darlene O'Brien on July 19, 2009 at 12:23pm

Looking for Lawrence M. Rose, Army , stationed in Hawaii, married Marie Seabury 10-13-1916 Think he was from Kentucky. All I know so far
Comment by Sue McCormick on July 17, 2009 at 9:43am
I am searching for my GGrandfather; all of my information is hearsay. Such as it is:

William T. DORRANCE born in Hartford, Connecticut. May have been career military. May have gone on some of the exploration and discovery trips (family story is that he was with Fremont when he climbed Pikes Peak. A — it wasn't Pikes Peak; B — he isn't listed for that expedition). May have been a supply sergeant during the Mexican War. May have been posted in New Orleans at that time. Where do I look for him?
Sue
 

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