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service records with their local County Hall ?
Posted by: Lee Jenson (ID *****8782) Date: December 17, 2010 at 14:07:20
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WWII U.S. servicemen were required to deposit a copy of their service records with their local County Hall on discharge, in those cases where the records were lost in the 1970s fire these county records are the only ones to survive. Do you know how I can find out which would be the local county hall for this address so I can ask them or has anyone had any luck retrieving WWII records from a County Hall?

W. Gordon Street, Phila, PA

Thanks
Lee (UK)


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