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Re: World War One Induction Records - Texasa
Posted by: Billie Nichols-Bennett Date: January 10, 2002 at 17:17:40
In Reply to: World War One Induction Records - Texasa by Carletta of 65456

Carletta...

Just in case you have not seen this site, there is one online now that is the AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION site that lists the military persons that were killed during their service.

I found a listing for a WW1 soldier that I knew was killed in France and buried there but the location was not known. Since a fire had destroyed the service records, I thought there was no record but found it here.

http://www.abmc.gov/

Billie


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