Webinar: Discover your military ancestors

Webinar: Discover your military ancestors

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Do you have ancestors who fought and died in service? Would you like to learn more about their military history?

In honor of Remembrance Day and Veterans Day on November 11, we’re offering a special free webinar about digging deeper into military records to uncover the stories of your ancestors’ pasts.

Join Mike Mansfield, Director of Content Production, and Laurence Harris, MyHeritage’s Head of UK Genealogy, who will guide us in searching through MyHeritage’s military record collections to learn more about the roles our ancestors played during times of war.

Military records are valuable resources which provide insight into the lives of those who served in the armed forces, as well as their families. These records teach us more about our family heritage and are a good way to honor our ancestors’ memory and service to their country.

Register for free here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5389374253529938690

Date: Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Time:
6pm London
1pm New York
10am Los Angeles

(To find the time of the webinar at your location, use this Time Zone Converter.)

Do you have any questions you’d like answered? Leave us a comment below and we’ll try to answer as many as we can live.

Looking forward to see you online!

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  • Larry Dunard


    November 11, 2014

    My ancestors have been doing there duty from the Mexican War 1850 and the Civil War. Iam so pround to have found though doing this work that a member of my tree has been willing to add there name to the roll of heroes. WW 1 , WW 2 , Koren War and Veitnam

  • Janice


    November 11, 2014

    Would love to know how to learn how to find records of the 1st Louisiana Infantry, Co. M – ca. the Spanish-American War. My great-grandfather (who was in the Cavalry during the Indian Wars, post-Civil War and also served as Gen. Sheridan’s secretary) enlisted with the 1st Louisiana Volunteers, Co. M but I cannot find record of that. However, I did find a record that showed he was transferred from the 1st LA Volunteers to the Hospital Corps on May 1, 1898. By October of that year, he passed away in Florida. Anyway, I do not know when he enlisted with the 1st LA Volunteers, Co. M, and have been able to learn little about that regiment. The Army register I did locate showed that he had been working as a journalist. Where can I learn more about the LA Volunteers, Co. M, and how can I find out when he joined up? He was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1847 (though his age was wrong on the record located) and his name was Henry David Gregg.

  • peggy Jones


    May 14, 2015

    I would like to find out about my father Robert Hart’s wr record, where he went and when? He was in the RAF and was in India I did know. But what else?
    Thank you Peggy J Jones (nee Hart)