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Re: James Zombro
Posted by: Richard Horrell (ID *****9354) Date: May 30, 2011 at 18:25:57
In Reply to: Re: James Zombro by Sandy Morgan of 22576

"What if my Aunt can not find his records?" Respectfully, your aunt is not looking for his records, she would be looking for his Discharge Documents. A copy of his Discharge Documents were provided to the Funeral Home that handled your grandfather's arrangements when your grandfather "passed away".
Also, check with the Court House of the County that your grandfather resided in after WW 2. Veterans were encouraged to register a copy of their Discharge Documents at the Court House of the County that they would resided in after WW 2. If your grandfather did so, you may obtain a photocopy of your grandfather's Discharge Documents. Discharge Documents are in the Public Domain, so anyone may obtain a photocopy of anyone's Discharge Documents.
Good Luck with your quest.

Richard V. Horrell


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