Hi Tom and thanks for answering my post. Gilbert and Annie (Chambers) Berry are actually the ancestors of my wife. I am helping her with genealogy and compiling a family tree. From what you tell me, Gilbert and Annie Berry are your great-grandparents ( I think ?). We know Gilbert died in 1906, and Annie the wife we don't know when she died. They lived in Worcester, so probably buried in Worcestor too, but we don't know where. Can you tell us what cemetery they are buried in Worcester by any chance? We live in Pittsburgh, Pa and it is hard securing any information by mail, no body writes back. We would appreciate any information you could give us on this. We are wanting a photo of their gravestone for our family files.
Concerning WWI and WWII records. All I know is that Ancestry.com has available the draft cards that the soldier filled out. You would probably have to subscribe to that site to get the information, I think they have a 14 day free trial. Anyway the draft cards were filled out by the soldier and have address, age, occupation, next of kin, and other particulars about the soldier. It doesnt give any information about his military career.