#1 Follow the directions for transcribing headstones: https://support.billiongraves.com/a/solutions/articles/35000037733-how-do-i-transcribe-headstone-images- 


#2 Click on Add Military Info


#3 Type in what is seen on the stone. 


#4 Additional information can be placed in the notes section. Please use Genealogy research standards. Records admissible: Primary Sources, Fold3, Cemetery Records etc.. A great burial database for military information for U.S. military personnel  can be found here (It's free). https://gravelocator.cem.va.gov/index.html?cemetery=N865 (We would be happy to add any free resources here for researching other countries as well.)




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As a savvy researcher, this transcriber knew where to go for additional information. The Nashville National has a database online for these records with additional information. Make sure to follow genealogical standard practice by placing the source of your information in the notes for the individual. We prefer sites that have primary sources such as government sources, Fold3 for Military Records, or any other type of primary source. Place the source of your information in the notes box.




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