The latest installment in the series following PFC. Fred Jacobs and Company E, 126th Infantry Regiment through the battlefields of the south Pacific during World War II
Follow Fred Jacobs with the Red Arrow division of WWII as I retrace his steps through the combat zones of the South Pacific.
Research tip of the week to help both beginner and seasoned researchers. Primary vs. Secondary sources and how to weigh secondary sources.
Follow me as I trace Fred Jacobs steps through his experiences in World War II fighting for the Red Arrow division.
Fred Jacobs was awarded 3 purple hearts during his service of WWII. This blog series traces his steps through 5 years of combat with the Red Arrow Division.
Fred Jacobs was 17 when he enlisted in the Army for WWII. Follow me as I retrace his steps through the jungles of the Pacific front.
A weekly genealogy research tip every Tuesday.
I find a lot of great free genealogy sites by performing pinpoint research to discover what more is out there. A great many generations of various branches of my family have lived in Michigan. That has made me have to dig deeper to learn where to look for Michigan related genealogy sites. Here are 3 of my favorites.
All families seem to have their own set of traditions. In mine it seems to be military service. I often joke that my ancestors showed up for every war because we don’t get along with anybody.
Counting cousins made easy