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From: "Kathi Reid" <>
Subject: Re: [ROOTS-L] World War I Cemetery
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 07:42:31 -0400
If you type Verdon Meuse, Arrogone Cemetery
into the Google search engine, Google will suggest "Did you mean Verdun
Meuse, Argonne Cemetery ? " . Click on the correct spelling and you will
receive 365 results about the cemetery.
Many of the websites look very interesting and several give directions to
One of the great things about Google is that if Google thinks you have
spelled a word incorrectly, it will offer the correctly spelled word. That
and other Google hints can be found at
Hope this helps,
> My uncle is buried in France, the name of the cemetery as I have it is:
> Verdon Meuse, Arrogone Cemetery
> I have searched maps, records, etc., looking for that name to no avail.
> there a WW I buff out there who can help me?
> Ernest Harold Forsberg was born in 1896 and died on 10 Oct 1918. He was a
> Corp. in the 102 INF 26 Div., (The Yankee Division). According to family
> records he was "gassed", wounded and finally killed. He received the
> Thanks in advance for any insight SKS can furnish.