A. L. Murphy - Heritage & History Writer,
Researcher, Photographer, Publisher &
Military Talk Show Host/Producer
"Nothing Last Like The Printed Word"
Give A Soldier or Veteran A Legacy!
The Wisdom of Joseph Addison:   Writer & Publisher 1672 - 1719
"Books are the legacies that a great genius leaves to mankind, which are delivered down
from generation to generation as presents to the posterity of those who are yet unborn."
                                                                                                      Joseph Addison
"Military Heritage Talk"
In this day and age we have the means to ensure our Soldiers and
service, with their names and headstones memorialized to be
passed on to Descendants for centuries to come, in honoring their
contributions to our

The Arlington Project" is a great genealogical way to pass on to future
generations our
Soldiers and Vets legacies.  It can last for centuries to
come.  Thus a
better way to honor their service for family lines.

Remember:  "Nothing Last Like The Printed Word" and
this TAPs will
be preserve for centuries to come
in the Library of Congress.  

ill you please help me in this major endeavor today?
Individual & Business
Sponsors & Supporters
"The Arlington Project"

For as little as forty dollars $40.00 you can be a advertising Sponsor
for my efforts to publish the graves at Arlington cemetery, proving
your or your business's support in honoring our Soldiers and
Veterans legacies for centuries to come.

Complete my Sponsorship or Supporter form and be recognised in
your city or town  today!

Sponsors are listed on my website, displayed on my research vehicle,
credited in my published works. Also honorable mentions and
credits on my Talk Show.

Supporters for as little as $25.00 will receive a certificate of
appreciation for their support.
Military Heritage Talk Sponsor & Supporter Form
Don't miss my new "Master Genealogist's" 3 volume
rare book set on my "Books & Such" page by Gertrude
"Dixie" Ballou Dunbar. Rare due to the limited number
of books printed before her death and the last of these
sets available. I've never seen a finer collection of
records on families in book form nor a greater addition
to any Researcher's personal genealogical library.
The Arlington Project
Military Heritage Talk

Coming soon to my site. A military talk show with lots of history and heritage
subjects for all branches of the Armed Forces. Click below to get an idea of subject
matters I'm looking to cover on the show. This will be a monthly broadcast event.

Also looking for individuals for guests with interesting stories and/or historical
knowledge of their past or present military units or organizations. Contact me on the
tab above and let me know your subject matter and a phone number with best time to
contact you.