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From: Freida Wells <>
Subject: Re: [JOB] U.S. Vets burials online
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2004 04:50:38 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks Warren for sending. Ann, Patti and I received this the other day, but so far I have not had any luck getting on. It took 11 mintues for it to load yesterday and I have DSL, but could not get onto the cemtery grave locator to check for some of our JOBE that died in the Civil War. . There are some other family lines I wish to check on. I am really happy to see them put these online, will save them lots of mail in the future.
Just to let everyone know how popular this site is, there have been over 3 MILLION people visit the site. Does that tell you how many genealogist there are out there!
The Job Centre <> wrote:
This came on one of my other lists, thought i share this with you, just in
case no one knows about it...
kind regards and happy researching,
and girls keep up the great work on the list
> Hello All -
> Noticed in the paper that the U.S. Veteran's Affairs Dept has put 3.2
million records for veterans buried at 120 national cemeteries since the
Civil War (early 1860s) online. Also has records for some state veterans
cemeteries. Site will be updated daily. the website address is
http://www.cem.va.gov < http://www.cem.va.gov/ >
> Hope this helps someone!
> OPC for St. Austell, Treverbyn, and Charlestown
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