Genealogy Roundup, May 29

Genealogy Roundup, May 29

Memorial Service of Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson (VIDEO) – Killed in a WWII plane crash on December 23,1944, Tuskegee Airman Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson was recently recovered in Europe and identified by DPAA 75 years after his loss. His daughter chose to have him buried at Arlington National Cemetery. She, family members, Tuskegee Airmen “Red Tails,” and many others were on hand to honor his memory and service. I’m honored to have had the privilege of researching his family for the U.S. Army.

A Memorial Day Tribute to Dad for his Service in Vietnam

Army Repatriation: Bringing Them Home – I *loved* chatting with Amy Johnson Crow about my repatriation work with the Army, so hope you’ll consider giving this podcast a listen. Thanks, Amy!

The Statue of Liberty was created to celebrate freed slaves, not immigrants, its new museum recounts

Remains of Korean War vet travel back home to Dublin – Since I’ve been on the road for a few weeks, I’m playing catch up checking on the status of the cases of the soldiers I’ve researched over the years. There’s been a burst of identifications, so please bear with me as I post each of the recent IDs – starting with CPL James Cordie Rix who was only 17 when he died. He was one of my first cases. Believe it or not, I researched his family in 2000. Welcome home, CPL Rix.

Soldier Accounted For From Korean War (Woods, R.) – Welcome home, Pfc. Roger Lee Woods. Honored to have researched your family (2010).

Soldier Accounted For From World War II (Ross, D.) – Welcome home, Pfc. Dale W. Ross. Honored to have researched your family (2013).

Soldier Accounted For From Korean War (Lawler, C.) – Welcome home, Cpl. Charles “Chuck” Stanley Lawler. Honored to have researched your family (2005).

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