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Dorothy M Barry is the daughter of Frank Barry and Dorothy. (Yes, both mother and daughter have same name). Born in Norwalk (Fairfield), Dorothy enlisted in the U.S. Army (Women's Army Corps) in June 1968 right after high school where she served as a records clerk and worked in a message/mail center at Ft Jackson, SC during the time when they shipped out our soldiers during the Vietnam War.
From 1976-1978 Staff Sergeant Dorothy Barry was assigned as a Drill Sgt, Co B lst Bn, Fort McClellan, Alabama, where she supervised, trained, instructed and counseled a platoon of 40 woman basic trainees to become productive soldiers every seven weeks. From her platoon three women where named outstanding Basic Trainees for the Battalion during this time. In 1978 they disbanded the Women's Army Corps (WAC). and women were integrated into the regular army.
Sergeant First Class Barry was then assigned as an Administrative supervisor at the 1st Personal command, in Heidelberg, Germany and then served as an Instructor (81-84) at the 7th Army Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Bad Tolez Germany. Upon return to the states she was then was assigned to the Instructor Management Division, Command and staff Dept, US Army Ordnance Center, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, in Maryland from 1981-1984.
On 7 April, 1986, Dorothy M Barry was promoted to Master Sergeant, E-8. During her career Dorothy was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal (x2 awards), the Army Commendation Medal (x4 awards), and the Army Achievement Medal. Also the Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Medal, and the Good Conduct Medal (x6 awards). With those, the Overseas Service Ribbon, the Army Service Ribbon, and the National Defense Service Medal. In addition, the Drill Sergeant Identification Badge (Fort Jackson, SC), and the United States Army Ordnance Center & School (APG, MD) Master Instructor Badge.
One of Dorothy's last assignments was with the Equal Opportunity Office at Fort Benning, Georgia where she planned and coordinated matters pertaining to the policy and administration of the Installation's Equal Opportunity/ Race Relations Program. She retired on June 30, 1988 after twenty years of service.
Since retirement Dorothy has been volunteering as a chaplain with various veterans groups in her area. She is active in all areas of ministry, emphasizing service to military members, veterans and their families while often working in cooperation with other agencies. In addition she assists at special events to honor those who served and are still serving like Memorial Day, Patriots Day and Veterans Day. Note: This biography was written by WikiTree member Dorothy Barry 11:56, 15 August 2016 (EDT) and updated 10 October 2018.
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My new found passion is being a moderator and integrator working with the g2g forum. However I started out being a greeter, former mentor, ranger and "data doctor" here on WikiTree. I have noticed two major concerns: #1 having profile managers to add sources to profiles that they created and/or adopted; and #2 checking with other profile managers before making changes to their profiles.
One thing I would like to recommend from the onset is that members refresh their memory of our Honor Code . Note # l working together on the same ancestor profiles and # Vlll about adding sources. I also know it may be hard to share a profile with others but that is what WikiTree members do, when we share ancestors we work together on the same ancestor profiles.
You can add any source you already found on your family member's profile such as: birth information, US Federal Census reports ie: years 1880 to 1940 from Family Search https://familysearch.org/search ; Find A Grave Information or an obituary from a funeral home.
These are examples of various sources that I have listed in the Source section of some of my own relatives' profiles:
Note: Other examples can be found at this link: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Sources. and here: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Jillaine's_Dream_Source_Help_Page
After you collected all your sources and posted them, it is recommended you write a short "biography" for the individual. A bio would start off with name of person and when, where he or she was born... Then parents name if you know them... Then if they were married and how many children. It would be sorta like an obituary that you would read in a newspaper. A biography might look something like this:
If your not familiar with WikiTree "formatting", a good place to learn about it and how it will look, is at: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Formatting. More useful links can be found here: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Most_Used_Links .
It is strongly recommended that before adding several profiles without sources in your family tree, work on those profiles you already added (that are without sources) providing source information to make their profile complete. You will be helping future genealogists find their ancestors!
Note: Please forward any problems or concerns about your GEDCOM, or the process concerning it to our WikiTree GEDCOM Manager for assistance. ( go to https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/GEDCOM_Manager ). They can help you faster and give you an explanation as to your situation.
New GEDCOMpare "help page" recently created: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:2018_GEDCOMpare_Process
PS: Go here to learn about DNA Features: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/DNA_Features
Anyway, if you have questions feel free to email me and I will try to help you out. If not I will find someone who can. Thanks! Dorothy, Wikitree Greeter, Volunteer Coordinator, Ranger and former WikiTree Mentor.
Should it become necessary, (should I pass away) I authorize all of the profiles I manage to be given to the Wikitree Leadership Team with the understanding they do not delete them, especially my family tree and my own biography; as for the most part this is the only real genealogy record except for Ancestry. Thanks!!
On 11 Nov 2018 at 13:53 GMT Doug Lockwood wrote:
I do not have a membership to Fold 3. I'm sure if you post to G2G, someone will help you.
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but- Thank you most for your service our country!