Just though I'd see if anyone else felt this way. Just now while doing some ancestors on a new POW tree, I came across one of his people who had fought with "Black Jack" Pershing in the Mexican Punitive Expedition in 1917. In all the years I've worked on thousands of people, this is a first for me. Now I have to take time to learn about that little piece of our history. For me, this is what makes genealogy so interesting. Of course, my university degree is in Art HIstory which is History too and it makes sense that I would be interested, but I bet a lot of you are too! Of course I have heard of Pancho Villa (even saw his TINY coat in a museum in Mexico City years ago), but I've never gone into depth. Oh boy, new fun!!