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| LOC_01 = Maine
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| start_year = 1914
| end_year = 1950
| FS_URL_01 = [[GuidedResearch:Maine, United States Genealogy|MaineGuided Research]]| FS_URL_02 = [[Maine State ArchivesResearch Tips and Strategies#Maine Record Finder|Maine Record Finder]]| FS_URL_03 = [[Maine Archives Research Tips and Strategies|Research Tips and LibrariesStrategies]] | FS_URL_04 = [[Step-by-Step Maine Land and PropertyResearch, 1880-Present|Maine Land and PropertyStep-by-Step Research]]| FS_URL_05 = [[Maine Military Records, United States Genealogy]]| FS_URL_06 = [[Maine Research Tips and StrategiesState Archives]] | FS_URL_07 = [[Maine Archives and Libraries]]| FS_URL_08 = [[Maine Land and Property|Maine Land and Property]]| FS_URL_09 = [[Maine Military Records]]
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| RW_URL_01 = [ World War I Grave Cards]
| RW_URL_02 = [ World War I National Archives]
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| custodian = [ Maine State Archives, Augusta, Maine]
== What is in This Collection? ==
This collection contains the grave card index of WWI World War I soldiers from the Maine State Archivesfrom 1914 through 1950. Digital images of originals housed at the Maine State Archives in Augusta, Maine. '''World War I Grave Cards'''*Abbott, Arbor M - Clark, Lawrence.: DGS 5651262*Clark, Manley L - Fortine, Joseph F. DGS  5651263*Foshee, Thomas Arnold - Keegan, John: DGS  5651264*Keegan, Joseph - Morrison, Cecil Leroy: DGS 5651265*Morrissette, Joseph G - Sinclair, Arnold, DGS 5651266*Sisk, Percy D - Worster, Pitt H. DGS 5651267*Worster, Raymond - White, Alfred C.: DGS  5651268
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== What Can These Records Tell Me? ==
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Image:Maine, State Archives, World War I (WWI) Grave Cards, 1914-1950 DGS005651262 Image4.jpeg|Grave Card- Army
Image:Maine, State Archives, World War I (WWI) Grave Cards, 1914-1950 DGS005651262 Image20.jpeg|Grave Card- USNRF
Image:Maine, State Archives, World War I (WWI) Grave Cards, 1914-1950 DGS005651265 Image10.jpeg|Grave Card- Army
Image:Maine, State Archives, World War I (WWI) Grave Cards, 1914-1950 DGS005651266 Image 38.jpeg|Grave Card- Navy
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=== Record Finder Research Helps === Consult The following articles will help you in your research for your family in the state of [[Maine , United States Genealogy|Maine]].* [[US Military Basic Search Strategies]]* [[Beginning United States World War I Research]]* [[GuidedResearch:Maine|Maine Guided Research]]* [[Maine Research Tips and Strategies|Research Tips and Strategies]] and its Record Finder to search other records. * [[Step-by-Step Maine Research, 1880-Present|Step-by-Step Research]]* [[Beginning Research in United States Military Records]]
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