Looking for US Soldiers

Discussion in 'Looking for someone' started by liverpool annie, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    Well one place to start or make some inquiry is the National Personnel Records Center but actual information about the person may be limited to family members ... but it's a good starting off point

    With the information on the WW1 draft card ( which maybe available on Ancestry ) you should have everything needed to start your research

    Knowing his specific unit would be even more helpful and if you have photographs or and other details ... family stories etc ... it all helps to put together a picture of the soldier


    War Diaries may also be available to help find out what was happening with your soldiers regiment on a particular day

    If you need help please ask .... would be more than happy to help if we can !

    Annie :)
  2. liverpool annie

    liverpool annie New Member

    Heres another place to research .... lots of information here !

    The U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center's Mission is to Educate a broad audience on the heritage of the Army by acquiring, preserving and making available historical records, materials and artifacts. The AHEC Vision is to become the premier center for US Army heritage focused on research, education and interpretation.


    Annie :)

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