Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War - Monuments and Memorial Database New!
Kansas is known as a Soldier state due to the very large number of Civil War Veterans who settled here. Almost all communities supported a camp of the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.). It was typical for those camps to sponsor or erect monuments to honor the Civil War Soldier whether lost during the war or as a returned Veteran. The Women’s Relief Corps (W.R.C.), Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic (L.G.A.R.), and others also erected memorials and monuments. Many county court house squares, City Parks, and local cemeteries are so honored. This listing preserves the memory of those Civil War Memorials and Monuments located in Kansas.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Brief history of the cemetery including a map and locations of gravesites of forty Union generals.
Tennessee Confederate Soldiers Home Cemetery - Honor Page
This site provides listing and head stone pictures of all confederate veterans buried in the 'Tennessee Confederate Soldiers Home' cemetery located in Hermitage, TN on the property of our past president Andrew Jackson's home the 'Hermitage'.
U.S. National Archives - Headstones Provided for Union Civil War Veterans, ca. 1879-ca. 1903
On the 22 rolls of this microfilm publication are reproduced more than 166,000 card records of headstone (gravestone) contracts provided for deceased Union veterans of the U.S. Civil War.
From the U.S. Civil War Center.
Volunteers for Freedom: Black Civil War Soldiers in Alexandria National Cemetery
Arranged alphabetically by last name, the database includes information about the soldier's birth date, birthplace, condition/occupation at enlistment, date/place of enlistment, regiment/company, rank, date/place of discharge, post-military activities, and date of death/cause of death as reported by local historian Edward A. Miller, Jr. Wedding dates, names of wives, and names/birth dates of children are included when available. For many soldiers, details beyond the Notes column are available at the library.
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