Genealogy Roundup, September 26

Genealogy Roundup, September 26

US identifies first two US soldiers from Korean War remains – One of the two sets of remains just identified from Korea was a soldier I researched way back in 2004. A short while ago, his sons (one of whom is a retired Army chaplain) received his dog tag. And now, they have him back. Welcome home, Master Sgt. Charles Hobart McDaniel.

Scranton native killed in 1944 identified, will be buried Sept. 26 – Welcome home, Pfc. Willard Jenkins. Honored to have researched your family.

Here’s what’s new on Findmypast – Hey, genealogy peeps with any Catholic heritage, this is kind of a big deal – especially if you have Baltimore or NYC roots.

Nevada woman has new reason for hope on MIA/POW Day – Briana Erickson and I spoke for over an hour as part of her research for this article. Am delighted to be included.

Stop Everything, Check out this Forgotten Library For Sale – If I lived in Indiana, it would be hard to resist this!

Russian hackers no match for digital archivist – Tom Tryniski is even more amazing than we all thought.

Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Michael O’Neal

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