Unveiled this week in honor of Veterans Day, the Fold3 Honor Wall pays tribute to millions of men and women who served our nation, from colonial days to the present.
We invite you to visit the Honor Wall and help us pay tribute to America's veterans by sharing your own memories, stories, and photos of a loved one. Whether you have family or friends serving now, or have ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War or other conflicts in between, join us in commemorating them. With your help, the Honor Wall will keep their stories alive.
The Honor Wall hosts millions of names, yet it's just the beginning of a monumental tribute that will grow through your contributions. We've redesigned the Fold3 Memorial Pages to include representations of service, along with life events, photos, stories, documents, and connections to family members.
Search for those you know—ancestors, friends, fellow service members, family members, or perhaps you! If you find who you're looking for, add your own dedication. If you can't locate a Memorial Page for someone, create one of your own and add it to the Honor Wall. It's easy!
Just follow the prompts to choose the conflict in which someone served, then add more facts about the individual, including military service. The "Find more records" button will even give you links to possible matches to records on Fold3, Newspapers.com, and Ancestry.com.
Once you've contributed to the Honor Wall, let others know. Choose the "Share" link at the bottom of any Memorial Page. Spread the word, and help us commemorate all of America's heroes.
View sample Memorial Pages for ideas of how you can create or add to your family’s pages.
• Civil War: Robert E. Lee
• WWII: Jimmy Stewart
• Vietnam War: Larry Oakley
• Persian Gulf War: Ann Dunwoody