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What war could your ancestor have served in? Use this hand chart as a rule of thumb to focus your family history research. #genealogy

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Get this new free eBook containing 5 of our favorite articles on finding your ancestors' US military records. You'll get plenty of leads to follow on your genealogy.

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Decode Common Military Abbreviations 5/26/2010 Confused by abbreviations in your ancestors' military records? Here's a guide to some of the most common military alphabet soup....

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We know from certain military records, antique books, and lately some newer books, that women served as nurses, as Union and Confederate soldiers, and some were even spies. One woman served without pay as a physician, acted as a spy, and was a POW.

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Get this new free eBook containing 5 of our favorite articles on finding your ancestors' US military records. You'll get plenty of leads to follow on your genealogy.

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Civil War List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883. Read how historical U.S. military records can help you find your ancestors at the GenealogyBank blog: http://blog.genealogybank.com/1883-us-government-military-pension.html

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9 Free Military and War Related Genealogy Record Collections

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Genealogy: World War II 1941-1945, Researching and finding military records http://genealogybybarry.com/genealogy-world-war-ii-1941-1945-researching-and-finding-military-records/

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American Indian genealogy guide to beginning Native American research, available records, BIA (Bureau of Indian Affairs) agencies, reservations, census, church, military records, schools, annuity, allotment, treaties, and removal records.

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Military records can be excellent sources for breaking down genealogy brick walls. Here's how to find and use military records to solve genealogy mysteries... Read More: http://www.ancestralfindings.com/using-military-records-to-construct-family-trees/

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