Roll of Honor pages

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We have changed all the Roll of Honor pages to make it easier for members to add their profiles to the various tables, we have taken everything off the pages except for the tables. You can find all the pages at the top of the Roll of Honor page by pressing the return to  buttons at the top. 

We had to divide the KIA page in half as the table was far too long. For profiles  A - L  Add here   and for profiles. M - Z   Add here  we left links at the top of both KIA pages so it’s easier to move around. The pages are all open privacy now, so you can add your profiles to the various tables, as we have now updated  all the Roll of Honor pages. 

in The Tree House by Terry Wright G2G6 Pilot (184k points)
edited by Terry Wright
Terry, are you able to review the question that I asked yesterday that is in reference to the Roll of Honor Missing in Action page? I tagged Roll of Honor in my query. ( but it was posted under general questions.)

I’ve  been using wikitree for a few years but I haven’t delved into formatting and am just attempting to learn technique.

In a nutshell, the template did not match the table info and I had to remove a couple of lines to make my entry match the others.(thank goodness for preview!)

And there are names in that table who are military personnel who are not Missing in Action.

I clicked on two Vietnam links and both took me to profiles of men who obviously returned from the war. I had presumed that Missing in Action meant that the person has not been located since the cease of hostilities.

Are you able to direct me?

Thanks! Barbara

2 Answers

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Best answer
Great job to all who helped make this an orderly and accessible set of pages. All very clear.
by Pip Sheppard G2G Astronaut (2.1m points)
selected by Susan Laursen
+4 votes
Thanks, Terry, Terri and Mary!

It’s wonderful how many members have used the tables to honor their Roll of Honor ancestors. The Roll of Honor Project has been and continues to be a valuable and important project on WikiTree. I remember as a new member on WikiTree when I first discovered an ancestor who died a POW. It was quite shocking and I felt I had to honor him in some way. It is a comfort to be able to list those who gave all for their country so that we know we will never forget.

Thanks for all you do!

by Paula J G2G6 Pilot (244k points)

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