Thursday, December 15, 2011

MAJOR AMERICAN MILITARY CONFLICTS, PART IX

Revolutionary War-- Casualty Lists and Burial Records

92. Daughters of the American Revolution. Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Missouri. Kansas City: DAR, 1966. (Central-HG 973.74)

93. Hatcher, Patricia Law. Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots. Dallas: Pioneer Heritage Press, 1987-1988. (Central-HG 973.74)

94. Illinois State Genealogical Society. Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in Illinois: a Bicentennial Project of the Illinois State Genealogical Society. Springfield: The Society, 1975. (Central-HG 929.3773)

95. Peterson, Clarence S. Known Military Dead During the American Revolutionary War, 1775-1783. Baltimore: C. S. Peterson, 1959. (Central-HG 973.74)

War of 1812-- Casualty Lists and Burial Records

96. Peterson, Clarence S. Known Military Dead During the War of 1812. Baltimore: C. S. Peterson, 1955. (Central-HG 973.5)

Mexican-American War-- Casualty Lists and Burial Records

97. Peterson, Clarence S. Known Military Dead during the Mexican War, 1846-1848. Baltimore: the Author, 1957. (Central-HG 973.6)

Civil War-- Casualty Lists and Burial Records

98. Confederate Roll of Honor: Missouri. Ed. by Leslie Anders. Warrensburg, MO: West Central Missouri Genealogical Society and Library, Inc., 1989.(Central-HG 973.76)

99. Faehtz, Ernest F. M. The National Memorial Day: a Record of Ceremonies Over the Graves of the Union Soldiers, May 29 & 30, 1869. Washington, D.C.: Headquarters, Grand Army of the Republic, 1870. (Central-ST 973.7)

100. Praus, Alexis A. Confederate Soldiers, Sailors, and Civilians Who Died as Prisoners of War at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill., 1862-1865. Kalamazoo, MI: Gray Publications, 1968. (Central-HG, ST 973.76)

101. Reamy, Martha & William Reamy. Index to the Roll of Honor. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1995. (Central-HG 973.76)

102. Soldiers Buried at Union Cemetery, Kansas City, MO. Kansas City: Union Cemetery Historical Society, 1988, 2 vols. (Central-HG 929.3778)

103. United States. War Department. Quartermaster’s Department. Roll of Honor: Names of Soldiers Who Died in Defense of the American Union, Interred in the National Cemeteries. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1994. Multi-volume set, indexed. Lists Union soldiers buried in national cemeteries during the Civil War, or reinterred in them shortly after the war. (Central-HG 973.76)

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