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Re: missing military and medical records Charles Henges DOB 1896
Posted by: Chris Smith (ID *****2306) Date: August 12, 2009 at 19:51:56
In Reply to: Re: missing military and medical records Charles Henges DOB 1896 by Carolyn L of 9052

Carolyn,

Thank you so much. I had most of that info. I grew up with Uncle Charlie but, I didn't have any of the military info though or where and when he was shot. It never occurred to me to check the draft registry for WWII. How did you find the link on the 106th Infantry? Was it a google search for Charles?

I have a great deal of genealogy info on the family and have all of the census info. But I have several family members that have served and little info on their military records. St Louis was not very helpful. So, I'm trying to learn how to go about searching for information in this discrete area.

The research you did was amazing. Thank you so much!

Chris (after Christina Henges, who you found)


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