Cemetery.us.org Adds Military Service to Deceased Record Database to Aid Family Research

February 18, 2013

Cemetery records expanded to including military service records.

Wichita, KS (PRWEB) February 18, 2013

Cemetery.us.org announced yesterday that their cemetery records database now includes service records of passed on military members. Families can now view if their deceased loved ones were involved in any war conflicts and other important Armed Forces records.

The wealth of information now available on the cemetery records website can allow families to learn about the real serviceman or woman history of their relatives. Veteran records available can show past locations, birth records, other relations, and last known address.

When studying military records of a family member, many interesting facts. It is likely to discover military conflicts a person was involved with. They could include wars such as World War II, Korea and the most recent wars in the Middle East.

The military service records added to Cemetery.us.org are online collections of specific interest to veterans who have lost friends in the past and would like to see what has happened to them or families in search of service member history.

Cemetery.us.org continues to expand its database with Armed Forces records and hopes to add other records such as deceased criminal records to their website. Cemetery reports can help veterans and family members find the truth history of a person’s service record.

Cemetery records are very organized, and kept by state and local governments. They have no reason to make it difficult for people to find them, and they are obligated to give all people the records they have (within reason). Though this cemetery records database anyone can find this information.

About Cemetery.us.org:

Cemetery.us.org allows families to search cemetery records of deceased relatives. Find names, professions, and other pertinent family history by running a cemetery record report on this reliable resource full of millions of records.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prwebcemeteryusorg/military-service-database/prweb10440246.htm

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