Lori has over 12 years of experience in military and genealogical research at the National Personnel Records Center and the National Archives in St. Louis. She has provided research for the popular television shows “Who Do You Think You Are?”, “Until We Meet Again,” and “Finding Your Roots.” Her customers include many individuals, authors, collectors, organizations and research companies both domestic and international. She is a member of CSGI, MOSGA, OGS, StLGS, and NGS.
Rounding Up Records From the National Archives (NARA)/Personnel Records Center (NPRC)– NPRC/NARA-St. Louis has a wealth of information for genealogical research. Heard there was a fire in St. Louis that destroyed files and there is nothing to look at, right? True, files were destroyed, but there are many items to look for at the facility. Both NPRC and NARA-St. Louis have their own procedures in viewing military files and other items. To get the most out of a visit to them, this lecture will describe what rules to follow. A few examples of archival groups will be seen and how to request them.
Time: 9:15-10:15am | October 13, 2018
Genealogical Finds in Military Files - See what genealogical information on your military member can be found in the file collection at NARA St. Louis. Records can include: Marine punch card, birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, insurance papers, letters, celebrities, photos and more.
Time: 10:30-11:30am | October 13, 2018