Military Repatriation ResearchNo one left behind
For each case, we examine the soldier’s military file to glean dates of birth and death, addresses, and parents’ names. Research in census records, historic newspapers, vital records, address and telephone directories, and other resources then leads us forward in time to the soldier’s living relatives. In some cases, the soldier has living siblings, adult children, or nieces and nephews. In other cases, finding eligible DNA donors requires researching the soldier’s ancestors back into the 1800s and then tracing lines forward to living distant cousins.
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