Genealogy Roundup, March 21

Genealogy Roundup, March 21

Fort Bragg paratrooper, missing more than 70 years, is coming home – Honored to have researched Staff Sgt. David Rosenkrantz from WWII. RIP and welcome home, Sir.

Remains of Korean War POW headed to Michigan for burial – Sgt. 1st Class Harry Harkness who lost his life in the Korean War has been identified and is going home to Michigan. Honored to have researched his family.

Soldier Killed During World War II Accounted For (Johnson, R.) – OK, I don’t know what’s going on, but yet another soldier I researched has been identified. RIP and welcome home to Pvt Rudolph Johnson of Arkansas (WWII).

Soldier Killed During Korean War Accounted For (Jubb, J.) – This is really odd. Four soldiers I’ve researched have been identified in just the last week. This case was particularly daunting and involved on-the-ground research in three state archives (see? it isn’t all online!).

RIP and welcome home to Cpl. James Ivory Jubb.

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