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Re: Jesse ok Whitaker
Posted by: Andrea Hunting (ID *****1532) Date: March 01, 2011 at 21:23:19
In Reply to: Jesse ok Whitaker by Betty Whitaker of 22578

Hello, His records more than likely burned in the fire of 1973. One option to try to get some information such as first/last unit etc, is to see if his enlistment and/or discharge records were recorded in the county/state where he settled down in after the war. It's good that you have his ASN. That will make it easier to search for.

Other options - if he had a military funeral, contact the funeral home and the Sexton of the cemetery where he is buried as they may have military records.

Also, if he was a member of a VFW, they may have some info.

And you might contact the VA as well.

Good Luck and maybe others will provide more ideas.


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