National Personnel Records Center to Move to New Building in St. Louis County, Missouri

NPRC.jpgThe St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported today that the General Services Administration (GSA) has decided to keep the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC), which houses military and civil service records for the National Archives, in St. Louis County, Missouri.

“[The agency will] build a ‘state of the art’ facility of 520,000 square feet in Spanish Lake….The new center, scheduled to open in 2009, will be built on about 23 acres on Dunn Road, on a portion of vacant land owned by Johnny Londoff Sr., said Dora Gianoulakis, president of the Spanish Lake Community Association.”

The entire article is available on the STLToday.com website.

3 thoughts on “National Personnel Records Center to Move to New Building in St. Louis County, Missouri

  1. I am seeking information about my g g GR Father Benjamin Franklin WILLIAMS age 6-12 in 1838-1840 who had an operation (Cleft Pallet)in St Louis and the odd thing my father Loyd WILLIAMS also had the operation sometime near 1912-15 and my brother Lary G. WILLIAMS about 1946-47 IF there are any sugestions you have in finding out about these extrmely odd curcumstances I would appreciate hearing frem you Jack Williams jwms30j@aol.com, jackr.williams@cox.net
    1814 north I St, Fort Smith, AR., 72901-1742

  2. Jack, cleft pallet is a hereditery annomaly in the gene pool. Check with a genetic counselor but I think it is a 1 in 4 chance unless it is coming down both sides of the family which could raise it to 3 in 4. Since it is being found in the males of the family, it may be sex-linked on the y-chromosome.

  3. Mary , Thank you for the reply about cleft pallets, my main object was to try and find a Doctor that would have treated a boy of Ben’s age -n the early 1800′s and then his grand son Loyd also his great grand son (Loyd)’s son my brother Larry all in St Louis, Mo. You see I am not sure who our parents before Ben and Mary married approx. 1859 in Wabash City IL her maiden name was unknown, but thought she may have been married to Ben’s brother, Abram if he had one , so I have no information on Ben’s parents, brothers,sister,aunts,uncle or of Mary “Elizabeth” “T” “F” she was listed as Mary T. Aunt Polly Williams on her tombstone at Liberty Cemetary, Garfield,Benton, Arkansas. Thanks for the interest Jack Williams jwms30j@aol.com jackr.williams@cox.net 1814 North I Street, Fort Smith, AR.72901-1742

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