- William Pfarrell
- Peter Melahn
- Paul Branyan
- Christopher Andrews
- Robert Paciorek
- James Lamply
- Michael Saunders
Friday, March 25, 2016
Seven Remains Army Personnel
My uncle died in battle on 10 December 1967 in the Vietnam War. After his death, his remains arrived at the Dover Air Force Base on 14 December 1967 with six other casualties. Their names are listed here with the links to their memorial pages. All of their names can be found on panel 31 of the Vietnam War Memorial.
This Declaration For Invalid Pension form is from my paternal third great-grandfather's Civil War Pension File. This was filed in Phila...
I grew up knowing my maternal grandfather was in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and I had a general understanding as to what it was. ...
My great-uncle was killed in action during World War II on 22 July 1944. He was buried in an individual grave, uncasketed and in a poncho, ...
After World War II, the U.S. Graves Registration Service began contacting the families of those who died overseas, giving them the option of...