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Note for:   Michael BARCZYK,   25 Sep 1957 - 25 Aug 1996         Index

Mick took Basic Training at Fort Dix, New Jersey, then went for his MOS training at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis, Indiana. He became a clerical specialist and spent the remainder of his term of service attached to Headquarters, Headquarters Company, 7th Engineer Brigade, Ludendorff, West Germany.
While in the service, Mick participated in several sharpshooting contests and won one whose participants were drawn from NATO-Europe forces. He was awarded a Sharpshooter Medal.
Mick was promoted three times, attaining the rank of Specialist 4 (old-style:Corporal) before being honorably discharged from the Army.

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Note for:   James Edward CHADWELL,   12 Mar 1921 - 27 Sep 1984         Index

Took part in seven major invasions, including Sicily, Leyte, Luzon and Iwo Jima.

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Note for:   Elmer Willard CHADWELL,   26 Jan 1924 - 26 Jan 1979         Index

Description: US Army, briefly

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Note for:   John Harvey WILLS,    -          Index

Died when Vada was small.

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Note for:   Mary Elizabeth BARKER,   12 Dec 1863 - 06 Jul 1956         Index

SSN: 236-80-0357

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Note for:   Alfred Lafayette CHADWELL,   12 May 1896 - 01 Mar 1972         Index

Legally changed his name from Alfred to Albert.

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Note for:   Claude CHADWELL,    -          Index

Killed at a young age

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Note for:   Pleasant Duff CHADWELL,   31 Jan 1808 - 10 Dec 1884         Index

Owned 18,500 acres of land in Campbell and Claiborne Cos., TN, and Bell Co., KY. Divided all but 5,500 acres among his children.

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Note for:   David Campbell CHADWELL,   01 Mar 1838 - 15 Mar 1863         Index

Died of fever during service in the Civil War.

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Note for:   James Knox Polk CHADWELL,   06 Sep 1841 - 26 Sep 1914         Index

Co. C, 9th Reg., TN Cav. description book lists J. as being 5 ft. 10 in., light hair, grey eyes, fair complexion

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Note for:   Nancy Y. CHADWELL,   25 Mar 1847 - 27 Sep 1904         Index

Nancy was murdered. Family rumor cast suspicion on E. Lambdin, who was several years her junior, and, so they said, knew that she stood to inherit a good deal of property. Leonard Chadwell stated: " She had gone to the spring to get some water. An uncle of mine said that Will Lambdin, her nephew confessed to him on his deathbed that he killed Nancy with a stick. That she had gone to a turkey nest to look for eggs on her way to the spring when he killed her."

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Note for:   Lydia CHADWELL,   25 Feb 1852 -          Index

Had no children of their own other than William, but reared two boys: Riley and Grant

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Note for:   Nancy LANE,    -          Index

Description: sister Catherine born in said location in 1795