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How to find list of those who served in Korean War
Posted by: Shannon VanHoosier (ID *****7069) Date: June 21, 2004 at 13:31:00
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Where can I find a list of those who served in the Korean War? I am trying to find info on my father who passed away in 1965. After my father passed away in Tallahassee FL in 1965, our family moved to Indiana to be with my mother's family. We lost touch with my father's side and did not go back to Fl to visit. I recently drove to FL to find my father's grave and found that it is unmarked. I believe that since he served in the Korean War, he may qualify for a Veteran marker for his grave. The problem is that I don't know exactly when he served and I do not have his social security number. I do not have any immediate family left - so I can't get this info from them. My father was born in Gilchrist Trenton FL in 1932 and died in Leon Tallahassee FL in 1965. Is there a list of those who served somewhere???? How can I go about finding the info that I need?

Thanks,
Shannon


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