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It Runs in the Family

When the Government was preparing to have her son Elmer Quentin Siddall returned home Margaret Siddall sent the above information to them to make sure it was the right body.  There weren't many people then or now who kept track of any identifiable injures or tattoos of a child.  My Grandmother kept records for ever and a day right up to when she died at 92.

My father was that way as well and so am I.  That is why there is so much information available now for WWII records.  There are over 10,000,000 US records I have uncovered in the past 13 years.  When I die they are being donated to Ohio University Libraries in Athens Ohio.  If it was good enough for Cornelius Ryan of the Longest Day their beyond good enough for me.


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