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Saturday, December 29, 2012

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Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band Garden Party Live 1978

It'll be 27 years ago Monday night that my New Years party was dampened by the news that Rick and the band had gone down in an airplane crash that night. Under-rated and under-appreciated, he was second only to Elvis in record sales before the Beatles appeared. Sayonara and R.I.P. Ricky! 8(

GeneaNet : This Week Genealogy News



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This Week Genealogy News

Latest New GeneaNet Features (1)

Within the last weeks, GeneaNet has launched many new features:
1. New Attractive Ancestry Book: This Ancestry Book is available to every GeneaNet member and can display up to 10 generations. Every GeneaNet member can also export [...]

Are You Related to Samuel L. Jackson?

Jackson was born on December 21, 1948 in Washington, D.C. He grew up as an only child in Chattanooga, Tennessee, with his mother, Elizabeth Jackson (née Montgomery), who was a factory worker and later a supplies [...]

Lost Tombstones Recovered in Greece From Destroyed Jewish Cemetery

In a find that local Jewish groups have described as highly significant, Greek police said Thursday that hundreds of marble headstones and other fragments from Jewish graves destroyed during the Nazi occupation in World War II [...]

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Monday, December 24, 2012

NAVY MUSTER ROLLS (1939-1949)



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Navy Muster Rolls, 1939-1949

WWII Navy Muster Rolls are now being added to Fold3's World War II Collection. With a full title of "Muster Rolls of U.S. Navy Ships, Stations, and Other Naval Activities, compiled 01/01/1939 - 01/01/1949," these are reports of enlisted personnel formally attached to ships, stations, or other commands (known as "activities"). They are assembled every quarter from reports of status changes, and may also include records of passengers aboard a vessel.
A forwarding sheet accompanies each quarterly roll. It includes the name of the ship, number of pages in the report, the date, signatures of the executive and commanding officers, and from where the report was issued. Report of Changes forms, created monthly or whenever a major change in personnel took place, are an integral part of the muster roll. Men listed at the top of each form are referenced by the same number at the bottom where their circumstances are detailed and an explanation for the change is printed. In addition to duty transfer, a status could also include desertion, death, hospitalization, and change in rating. If passengers were aboard, they were identified in reports of Non-enlisted Passengers.
The Muster Roll of the Crew is a quarterly snapshot, identifying all personnel at a particular location, with full names listed alphabetically by surname. It provides service number, rating (rank), date of original enlistment, and when each person was received on board.
You can create memorial pages from any name listed on the WWII Navy Muster Rolls and the Pearl Harbor Muster Rolls. Move your cursor to the appropriate line on the document image, click on the box that appears, and then on the sailor's name. This will take you to a page where you can leave a tribute, upload photos, or add details about that person's life.
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Friday, December 21, 2012

2012 Progressive Honor Roll/ Walmart Walkout



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