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Roll of honor : names of soldiers who died in defense of the American Union, interred in the national cemeteries

Title
Roll of honor : names of soldiers who died in defense of the American Union, interred in the national cemeteries / U.S. Quartermaster's Department.
Publication
Baltimore, Md. : Genealogical Pub. Co., 1994-

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No. 24/27 (1994) Use in libraryBound*R-USLHG IKC 94-1139Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Room 121
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v. 1-6TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 1-6Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121
v. 7-10TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 7-10Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121
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v. 14-15TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 14-15Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121
v. 16-17TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 16-17Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121
v. 18-19TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 18-19Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121
v. 20-21TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 20-21Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121
v. 22-23TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 22-23Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121
v. 24-25TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 24-25Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121
v. 26-27TextNo restrictionsUse in library*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994 v. 26-27Schwarzman Building - Milstein Division Reference Room 121

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Location
Call Number
  • *R-USLHG IKC 94-1139
Library Has
  • 1(1994)-27(1994)-

Details

Additional Authors
United States. Army. Quartermaster's Department.
Description
volumes <no. 1-27 in 10>; 23 cm
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Death registers.
  • History.
  • Registers (Lists)
Note
  • Vol. 1 includes: Alphabetical index to places of interment of deceased Union soldiers in the various states and territories, as specified in Rolls of honor nos. I-XIII.
  • Nos. 26-27: "Reprinted with statement of the disposition of some of the bodies of deceased Union soldiers and prisoners of war whose remains have been removed to national cemeteries in the Southern and Western states."
  • Reprint. Originally published by the G.P.O., Washington, D.C., 1865-1871.
Contents
  • No. 1. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in the National cemeteries at Washington, D.C., from August 3, 1861 to June 30, 1865. -- no. 2. Names of officers and soldiers found on the Battle-fields of the Wilderness and of Spottsylvania Court House, VA. -- no. 3. The Martyrs who, for our country, gave up their lives in the prison pens in Andersonville, Ga. -- no. 4. Names of soldiers, victims of the rebellion, buried in the National Cemetery at Alexandria, Virginia. -- no. 5. Soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in the National Cemeteries at Fortress Monroe and Hampton, VA. -- no. 6. Names of soldiers who dies in defence of the American Union, interred in the Eastern District of Texas; Central District of Texas; Rio Grande District, Department of Texas; Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas; and Corpus Christi, Texas.
  • No. 7. Names of soldiers, victims of the rebellion, buried in National cemetaries in Maine, Minnesota, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Arkansas, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, and Colorado Territory, during the rebellion. -- no. 8. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in Arkansas, California, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and Nevada; and the territories of Arizona, Colorada, Idaho, New Mexico, and Washington. -- no. 9. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in New Hampshire, Massachusetts Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Oregon, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Miss issippi, Texas, Missouri, The Military Division of the Mississippi, and the territory of Dakota. -- no. 10. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Arkansas, Kansas, and Dakota Territory.
  • No. 11. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in the National cemeteries at Chattanooga, Stone's River, and Knoxville, Tenn. -- no. 12. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas, Texas, Utah Territory, and the Pacific Coast. -- no. 13. Names of soldiers whoe died in defence of the American Union, interred in New York, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Missouri, and the Territories of Colorado and Utah. -- no. 14. Names of soldiers who, in defence of the American Union, suffered martyrdom in the prison pens throughout the South. -- no. 15. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in the National cemeteries at Antietam, (Maryland) and at Arlington, (additional), Culpeper Court-house, Cold Harbor, Winchester, Staunton, and various scattered localities in Virginia.
  • No. 16. Names of soldiers who died in defences of the American Union, interred in the National Cemeteries and other burial places at Brookline, Cambridge, and Worcester, Massachusetts; Buffalo, Chautauqua, Cypress Hills, (additional,) Fort Niagara, Lockport, Lodi, Madison Barracks, Plattsburg Barracks, and Rochester, New York; Gettysburg, Mercersburg, Reading, Philadelphia, Tamaqua, and Upton, Pennsylvania; Brattleboro and Montpelier, Vermont; City Point, (additrional,) Danville, (additional,) Glendale, Richmond, and Yorktown, (additional,) Virginia. -- no. 17. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in the National and Public Cemeteries in Kentucky, and at New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Madison, Indiana; Lawton, (Millen) and Andersonville, Georgia, (supplementary.).
  • No. 18. Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in the National Cemeteries at Fort Harrison, VA; Wilmington, and Raleigh, N.C.; Port Hudson, LA; Brownsville, San Antonio, and Galveston, Texas; Little Rock, Fayetteville, and Fort Smith, Ark.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Mound City, Ill.; Cinicinnati, Ohio; Springfield, Mo.; Forts Scott and Leavenworth, Kansas; and in local cemeteries and at military posts in Texas, Indiana, Illinoi s, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa and Kansas. -- no. 19. Names of Sold iers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in the National Cemeteries at Baltimore, Maryland, Petersburg, Virginia, New Berne, North Carolina, Florence, South Carolina, (additional,) Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Fort St. Philip, Louisiana, Jefferson City, Missouri, and various posts in the States of Minnesota and New Mexico, and Arizona, Colorado, Dakota, Indian, Montana, Utah and Wahington Territories.
  • No. 20. Names of soldiers who died in defense of the American Union, interred in the National Cemeteries at Corinth, Mississippi, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, and Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. -- no. 21. Names of Soldiers who died in defense of the American Union, interred in the National Cemeteries at Memphis, Tennessee, and Chalmette, (near New Orleans,) Louisiana. -- no. 22. Names of Soldiers who died in defense of the American Union, interred in the National Cemetery at Nashville, Tennessee. -- no. 23. Names of Soldiers who died in defense of the American Union, interred in the National Cemeteries at Marietta, GA.; Fort Donelson, Tenn.; Chattanooga, Tenn., (additional to no. XI;) Murfreesboro, Tenn., (additional to no. XI,) and Knoxville, Tenn., (additional to no XI.). -- no. 24. Names of soldiers who died in defense of the Union interred in the National Cemeteries at Vicksburg, Miss., and New Albany, Ind.
  • No. 25. Names of soldiers who died in defense of the Union, interred in the National cemeteries at Fredericksburg, Virginia; Mobile, Alabama; and Fort Gibson, Indian Territory; and names no hereto-fore published of union soldiers interred in the National Cemeteries at Hampton, Virginia; Barrancas, Florida; and Alexandria, Louisiana. -- no. 26. Names of soldiers who died in defense of the Union, interred in the National Cemeteries at Mound City, Illinois; Cincinnati, Columbus, Gallipolis, Cleveland, Sandusky, and Dayton, Ohio; Little Rock, Fayetteville, and Fort Smith, Arkansas, (additional to Vol XVIII;) Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, (additional to Vol. XVIII;) Petersburg, Virginia, (additional to Vol. XIX;) Hampton, Virginia, (additional to Vol. XXV;) and Winchester, Cold Harbor, and Culpeper Court-House, Virginia, (additional to Vol XV).
Call Number
E494
ISBN
  • 0806314125
  • 9780806314129
  • 0806314133
  • 9780806314136
  • 0806314141
  • 9780806314143
  • 0806314176
  • 9780806314174
  • 0806314184
  • 9780806314181
  • 0806314192
  • 9780806314198
  • 0806314206
  • 9780806314204
  • 0806314214
  • 9780806314211
  • 0806314222
  • 9780806314228
  • 0806314494
  • 9780806314495
  • 0806314117
  • 9780806314112
LCCN
93080678
Title
Roll of honor : names of soldiers who died in defense of the American Union, interred in the national cemeteries / U.S. Quartermaster's Department.
Imprint
Baltimore, Md. : Genealogical Pub. Co., 1994-
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Chronological Term
1861-1865
Added Author
United States. Army. Quartermaster's Department.
Other Form:
Online version: Roll of honor. Baltimore, Md. : Genealogical Pub. Co., 1994- (OCoLC)988396975
Sudoc No.
W 39.7:
Research Call Number
*R-USLHG E494 .R65 1994
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