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US Civil War Roll of Honour 1861 - 1865 - more information

Locations of the Soldiers Who Died in the Defence of the American Union - interred in the National Cemeteries and Suffered martyrdom in the Prison Pens throughout the South;

Roll of Honor, Vol. I
United States Soldiers interred at;

Washington D.C. from August 3 1861 to June 30 1865

Military Asylum Cemetery
Harmony Burial Ground
Battle Ground Cemetery
National Cemetery, Arlington VA

Roll of Honor, Vol. II
United States Soldiers, Victims of the Rebellion Buried in National Cemeteries in;
Maine, Minnesota, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Arkansas, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana and Colorado Territory

Outside Fort Preble
Danville
Mackey Island, Portland Harbor
Forest Cemetery, Portland Maine
Augusta, Maine
Alexandria and Sauk Centre Minn.
Baltimore MD
Fort Kearney Nebraska Territory
Fort Sedgwick, Colorado Territory
Omaha Cemetery, Nebraska Territory
Madison Barracks NY
Wilmington & Brandywine, Delaware
Elmira, NY
Pomme de Terre, Minnesota
Annapolis, Maryland
US General Hospital (St. John's College), Annapolis MD
Camp Parole Hospital, Annapolis MD
Citizens' Graveyard Annapolis City, MD
Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Allegheny Cemetery, PA
Braddock's Fields
Portsmouth Grove, Rhode Island
Jacksonport, Arkansas
Batesville, Arkansas
Jackson, Miss
Barrancas, Florida
Pensacola, Florida
Santa Rosa Island
Quincy, Florida
Chattahoochee, Florida
Fort Livingston, Grand Terry Island, Louisiana
Brashear City, Louisiana
New Orleans, Louisiana
US Soldiers' interred at Camp Collins, Colorado Territory


Roll of Honor, Vol. III
United States Soldiers interred at;

New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Oregon, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri, The Military Division of the Mississippi, and the Territory of Dakota

"Valley Cemetery", Manchester, New Hampshire
Hospital Grounds, Manchester
Merrill's Cemetery
Pine Grove Cemetery
"Stowell's Cemetery", Manchester
"Gopp's Fall Cemetery", Manchester
"Piscataquay Cemetery", Manchester
"Old Cemetery" Concord

Dedham, Massachusetts
Roxbury
Cambridge
Brookline
Chelsear
Readville
Gallop's Island
Worcester

New Haven, Connecticut
Hartford

Fairmount Cemetery, Newark, New Jersey

Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland
Columbus
Johnson's Island

Camp Butler, Illinois
Chicago
Rock Island
Alton Cemetery, Alton
Cairo & Mound City
Quincy
Springfield, Oak Ridge Cemetery

Madison, Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Fort Klamath
Camp Watson
Near Fort Dallas

Point Lookout, Maryland

Beaufort, South Carolina
Sumter
Hilton Head
Anderson
Orangeburg

Key West, Florida
Lake City
Apalachicola
Fort Jefferson
Jacksonville
Tallahassee

Alexandria, Louisiana
Baton Rouge
Port Hudson
Fort Macomb

Ship Island, Mississippi

Austin, Texas

Springfield, Missouri
Cassville
Lebanon
Cape Girardeau

Military Division of the Mississippi;
Fort Aubrey, Kansas
Fort Dodge, Kansas
Fort Ellsworth, Kansas
Fort Fletcher, Kansas
Fort Larned, Kansas
Fort Riley, Kansas
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
Fort Laramie, DT
Yankton, DT
Sioux City, Iowa
Fort Snelling, Minn

Fort Rice, Dakota Territory
Fort Abercrombie
Fort Randall
Fort Reno


Roll of Honor, Vol. IV
United States Soldiers interred at;

National Cemetery at Alexandria, VA


Roll of Honor Vol. V
United States Soldiers interred at;

New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas, Texas, Utah Territory and on the Pacific Coast

Seneca Falls, New York
New Jersey at Beverly
New Jersey at Bridgeton
Pennsylvania at Philadelphia
Pennsylvania at Chester
Pennsylvania, near Bristol
Pennsylvania, at Spring Mills,
Pennsylvania, at Lebanon
Pennsylvania, at Fort Mifflin
Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg
Pennsylvania, at Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, York County
Pennsylvania, at Catholic Cemetery, York, York County
Fort Stanton, New Mexico
Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick city, Maryland
Virginia, at Portsmouth
Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond
Virginia, at Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond
Virginia, at National Cemetery, Belle Isle
Virginia, at Lynchburg
Virginia, at Fort Pocahontas, Wilson's Landing
Virginia, at Seven Pines
Virginia, along the Orange and Alexandria Railroad and Fords of the Rapidan River
Illinois, at Alton
Missouri, at Cemetery at Waynesville
Missouri, at Cemetery at Fredericktown
Missouri, at Cemetery at Franklin
Missouri, at Cemetery at Ironton
Missouri, at Independence
Missouri, at Warrensburg, Johnson County
Missouri, at Otterville, Cooper County
Missouri, at Sedalla, Pettis County
Missouri, at Newtonia, Newton County
Missouri, at Lexington, Lafayette County
Missouri, at Weston, Platte County
Missouri, at Warrenton, Warren County

Iowa
Oakland Cemetery, Keokuk
Oakdale Cemetery, Scott County

Arkansas, Arkansas Post

Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas
Fort Bridges, Utah Territory

Pacific Coast
Presidio, San Francisco
Alcatraces Island
Camp Anderson
Camp McKee
Fort Point
Fort Yuma
Benecia Barracks
Fort Goodwin
Fort Ruby
Fort Wallen
Fort Humboldt
Camp Joqua, Humboldt District
New San Diego
Camp McDermot
Monterey Barracks
Camp Wright
Fort Gaston
Fort Mason
Camp Babbitt
Drum Barracks
Camp Lincoln
Fort Bowie
Camp Bidwell
Camp Independence
Camp Cameron
Fort McDowell
Fort Cook
Fort Mojare
Dun Glen
Fort Grant


Roll of Honor, Vol. VI
Names of Soldiers Who died in Defence of the Union
Interred in;

Eastern District of Texas; Central District of Texas; Rio Grande District, Department of Texas; Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas; and Corpus Christi, Texas

Houston
Jasper
Near Hempstead
Galveston

City Cemetery, San Antonio
Hospital Cemetery, Indianola
Near Wessequere's House

Near Old Fort Brown, Brownsville, Texas
Public Cemetery West of Indianola
Brownsville, Texas
Brazos Santiago, Texas
Edinburg, Texas
Roma, Texas

Died in Confederate Prison and interred At Camp Ford Tyler, Texas

United States soldiers interred at Corpus Christi, Texas during the Rebellion


Roll of Honor, Vol. VII
United States Soldiers interred at;

National Cemeteries at Fortress Monroe and Hampton, VA

Hampton
Fortress Monroe


Roll of Honor, Vol. VIII
United States Soldiers interred at;

Arkansas, California, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and Nevada; and the Territories of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico and Washington

Little Rock, Arkansas
Helena, Arkansas
Camden, Arkansas

Benicia Barracks, California
Fort Bidwell
New San Diego
Fort Wright
Camp Independence
Pine Bluff

Pine Bluff, Ark
De Vall's Bluf

Indianapolis, Indiana
Madison
Evansville

Detroit, Michigan
Jackson

Fort Ridgely, Minnesota

Fort Ruby, Nevada

El Picacho, Arizona Territory

Denver, Colorado

Fort Boise, Idaho Territory
Fort Laproal
Camp Lyon

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Fort Craig
Fort Sumner
Fort Bascom
Fort Wingate
Fort McRae
Fort Marcy
Santa Fe
Fort Stanton
Los Pinos
Fort Selden

Fort Vancouver, Washington Territory


Roll of Honor, Vol. IX
United States Soldiers interred at;

New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Oregon, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri, The Military Division of the Mississippi, and the Territory of Dakota

"Valley Cemetery", Manchester, New Hampshire
Hospital Grounds, Manchester
Merrill's Cemetery
Pine Grove Cemetery
"Stowell's Cemetery", Manchester
"Gopp's Fall Cemetery", Manchester
"Piscataquay Cemetery", Manchester
"Old Cemetery" Concord

Dedham, Massachusetts
Roxbury
Cambridge
Brookline
Chelsear
Readville
Gallop's Island
Worcester

New Haven, Connecticut
Hartford

Fairmount Cemetery, Newark, New Jersey

Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland
Columbus
Johnson's Island

Camp Butler, Illinois
Chicago
Rock Island
Alton Cemetery, Alton
Cairo & Mound City
Quincy
Springfield, Oak Ridge Cemetery

Madison, Wisconsin
Milwaukee
Fort Klamath
Camp Watson
Near Fort Dallas

Point Lookout, Maryland

Beaufort, South Carolina
Sumter
Hilton Head
Anderson
Orangeburg

Key West, Florida
Lake City
Apalachicola
Fort Jefferson
Jacksonville
Tallahassee

Alexandria, Louisiana
Baton Rouge
Port Hudson
Fort Macomb

Ship Island, Mississippi

Austin, Texas

Springfield, Missouri
Cassville
Lebanon
Cape Girardeau

Military Division of the Mississippi;
Fort Aubrey, Kansas
Fort Dodge, Kansas
Fort Ellsworth, Kansas
Fort Fletcher, Kansas
Fort Larned, Kansas
Fort Riley, Kansas
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
Fort Laramie, DT
Yankton, DT
Sioux City, Iowa
Fort Snelling, Minn

Fort Rice, Dakota Territory
Fort Abercrombie
Fort Randall
Fort Reno


Roll of Honor, Vol. X
United States Soldiers interred at;

Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Arkansas, Kansas and Dakota Territory

Prairie du Chien
Albany Rural Cemetery

Fort Columbus, New York Harbor
Fort at Sandy Hook, New York Harbor
Willett's Point, New York Harbor
David's Island, New York Harbor
Lansingburgh, New York
Fort Hamilton, New York Harbor

United States Soldiers who were interred in the Department of the East, and whose remains have been delivered to relatives, friends, or other interested parties.

United States Soldiers interred at;
Chamberburg, PA
Woodland Cemetery, Des Moines, Iowa
Fort Washington, Maryland
Jefferson City, Missouri
Huntsville, Randolph County, Missouri
Tipton, Moniteau County, Missouri
Glasgow, Howard County, Missouri
Union City Cemetery, Near Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri
Brunswick Christian County, Missouri
Mexico, Adrian County, Missouri
St. Louis, Missouri
Christ Church Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri
Jefferson Barracks, Near St. Louis, Missouri
Stranger Cemetery at Washington, North Carolina
Goldsboro, North Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina
Greensboro', North Carolina
Morehead City, North Carolina
Carolina City, North Carolina
Old Cemetery, Newbern, North Carolina
New Cemetery, Newbern, North Carolina
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Prairie Grove, Arkansas
Pea Ridge, Arkansas
Fort Scott, Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas
Fort Dodge, Kansas
Fort Fletcher, Kansas
Geneva, Kansas
Topeka, Kansas
Fort Ellsworth, Kansas
Olathe, Kansas
Paola, Kansas
Mound City, Kansas
Iola, Kansas
Fort Casper, Dakota Territory


Roll of Honor Vol. XI
Names of Soldiers Who died in Defence of the Union
Interred in the National Cemeteries at;

Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Stone's River National Cemetery, Near Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Knoxville National Cemetery, Knoxville, Tennessee
Hazen's Brigade Cemetery, Near Murfreesboro', Tennessee


Roll of Honor Vol. XII
Names of Soldiers Who died in Defence of the Union
Interred in;

New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas, Texas, Utah Territory and on the Pacific Coast

Seneca Falls, New York
New Jersey at Beverly
New Jersey at Bridgeton
Pennsylvania at Philadelphia
Pennsylvania at Chester
Pennsylvania, near Bristol
Pennsylvania, at Spring Mills,
Pennsylvania, at Lebanon
Pennsylvania, at Fort Mifflin
Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg
Pennsylvania, at Prospect Hill Cemetery, York, York County
Pennsylvania, at Catholic Cemetery, York, York County
Fort Stanton, New Mexico
Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick city, Maryland
Virginia, at Portsmouth
Virginia, at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond
Virginia, at Oakwood Cemetery, Richmond
Virginia, at National Cemetery, Belle Isle
Virginia, at Lynchburg
Virginia, at Fort Pocahontas, Wilson's Landing
Virginia, at Seven Pines
Virginia, along the Orange and Alexandria Railroad and Fords of the Rapidan River
Illinois, at Alton
Missouri, at Cemetery at Waynesville
Missouri, at Cemetery at Fredericktown
Missouri, at Cemetery at Franklin
Missouri, at Cemetery at Ironton
Missouri, at Independence
Missouri, at Warrensburg, Johnson County
Missouri, at Otterville, Cooper County
Missouri, at Sedalla, Pettis County
Missouri, at Newtonia, Newton County
Missouri, at Lexington, Lafayette County
Missouri, at Weston, Platte County
Missouri, at Warrenton, Warren County

Iowa
Oakland Cemetery, Keokuk
Oakdale Cemetery, Scott County

Arkansas, Arkansas Post

Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas
Fort Bridges, Utah Territory

Pacific Coast
Presidio, San Francisco
Alcatraces Island
Camp Anderson
Camp McKee
Fort Point
Fort Yuma
Benecia Barracks
Fort Goodwin
Fort Ruby
Fort Wallen
Fort Humboldt
Camp Joqua, Humboldt District
New San Diego
Camp McDermot
Monterey Barracks
Camp Wright
Fort Gaston
Fort Mason
Camp Babbitt
Drum Barracks
Camp Lincoln
Fort Bowie
Camp Bidwell
Camp Independence
Camp Cameron
Fort McDowell
Fort Cook
Fort Mojare
Dun Glen
Fort Grant


Roll of Honor, Vol. XIII
United States Soldiers interred at;

New York, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Missouri, and the Territories of Colorado and Utah

Cypress Hill Cemetery, Long Island, New York

Illinois

Alton Cemetery
Upper Alton
Island opposite Alton
Carlinville
Cemetery of the Ninth Corps. USA at Meade Station near Petersburg
John Ruffin's Property, Meade Station
Henry Bryan's Property, Near Meade Station
Virginia Armstead's Property
Danville
City Point and vicinity
Calvary Corps Cemetery

West Virginia
Wheeling
Parkersburg

Missouri
Dallas, Ballinger County
Jackson, Cape Girardeau County
Bloomfield, Stoddard County
Greenville, Wayne County
Patterson, Wayne County

Denver, Colorado Territory

Camp Douglass, Utah Territory


Roll of Honor, Vol. XIV
Prison Pens throughout the South

Maryland
Annapolis
Camp Parole

Virginia
Charlottesville
Culpepper Court-house
Danville
Gordonsville
Harrisonburg
Lynchburg
Mouth Jackson
Orange Court-house
Petersburg
Richmond
Robinson's Tavern
Southampton Court-house
Staunton
Winchester

North Carolina
Goldsboro'
Raleigh
Salisbury
Wilmington
Weldon
Wilson

South Carolina
Charleston
Columbia
Florence
Hilton Head

Tennessee
Bear Station
Chattanooga
Elliott's Hospital
Grenville
Knoxville
Memphis
Nashville

Georgia
Atlanta
Andersonville
Augusta
Cassville
Covington
Macon
Madison
Marietta
Millen
Savannah

Alabama
Cahawba
Demopolis
Huntsville
Mobile
Montgomery
Moulton

Florida
Baldwin
Jacksonville
Pensacola

Louisiana
Alexandria
Monroe
New Orleans
Pettus Farilla

Texas
Camp Ford
Camp Verde
Houston

Arkansas
Fayetteville
Little Rock
Ozark Hospital

Mississippi
Grenada
Jackson
Oxford
Starkville
Vicksburg


Roll of Honor, Vol. XV
United States Soldiers interred at;

Antietam, (Maryland) and at Arlington, (Additional) Culpeper Court-House, Cold Harbor, Winchester, Staunton and various Scattered Localities in Virginia

Antietam National Cemetery, Maryland
Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia
Culpeper Court-House National Cemetery, Virginia
Cold Harbor National Cemetery, Virginia
Winchester National Cemetery, Virginia
Staunton National Cemetery, Virginia
Suffolk, Virginia
Peterburg, Virginia
Yorktown, Virginia
Front Royal, Virginia
New Kent County, Virginia
County of Rappahannock
Williamsburg
Harrison's Landing, Charles City County, Virginia
Dinwiddie County, Virginia
Wilson's Landing, Charles City Co. Virginia
Lynchburg, Virginia
Harper's and Marshall's Plantations, Nottoway County, Virginia
Liberty, Bedford County, Virginia
Gordonsville, Virginia
Burkville Junction, Nottoway County, Virginia
Additional List to Roll of Honor XII National Cemetery Seven Pines, Virginia


Roll of Honor, Vol. XVI
United States Soldiers interred 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, (Additional) Danville, (Additional) Glendale, Richmond, and Yorktown, (Additional) Virginia

Soldiers' Cemetery at Cambridge, Massachusetts
Soldiers' Cemetery at Chelsea, Massachusetts
Soldiers'' Cemeteries at Worcester, Mass. (Hope Cemetery, Rural Cemetery, St. John's Cemetery, Pine Cemetery)
Forest Lawn Cemetery, Buffalo, NY
Limestone Hill Cemetery, Buffalo, NY
Pine Hill Cemetery, Buffalo, NY
Cherry Creek Cemetery, Cherry Creek, NY
Cypress Hill National Cemetery, Long Island, NY
Soldiers' Cemetery at Fort Niagara, NY
Cold Spring Cemetery, Lockport NY
"Lodi Cemetery", Lodi, NY
Soldiers' Cemetery at Madison Barracks, NY
Soldiers' Cemetery at Plattsburg Barracks, NY
Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester, NY
National Cemetery, Gettysburg, Penn.

Additional list to Vol. XII - US Soldiers who died at the US Army General Hospital at York, PA from wounds received at the battle of Gettysburg
Soldiers' Cemetery at Mercersburg, PA
Soldiers' Cemeteries at Reading, PA
Charles Evans Cemetery, Reading PA
Aulenbach Cemetery, Reading, PA
Lafayette Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA
Additional List to Vol. XII - Lafayette Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA
"United American Mechanics' Cemetery" Philadelphia, PA
Soldiers' Cemetery at Tamaqua, PA
Union Cemetery at Upton, PA
Soldiers' Cemetery at Brattleboro, Vermont
Soldiers' Cemetery at Montpelier, Vermont
National Cemetery, City Point, Virginia
Additional list to Vol. XIII - Danville National Cemetery, Virginia
Glendale National Cemetery, Virginia
Richmond National Cemetery, Virginia
Yorktown National Cemetery, Virginia


Roll of Honor, Vol. XVII
United States Soldiers interred at;

Kentucky, and at New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Madison, Indiana: Lawton, (Millen,) and Andersonville, Georgia, (Supplementary)

Cave Hill National Cemetery, Louisville, KY
Eastern Cemetery, Louisville, KY
Camp Nelson National Cemetery, Jessamine County, Kentucky
Mill Springs National Cemetery, Pulaski County, Kentucky
Soldiers' Burial Lot in Lexington City Cemetery, Fayette County, Kentucky
Lebanon National Cemetery, Marion County, KY
United States Soldiers' Lot in Frankfort City Cemetery, Franklin County, Kentucky
Soldiers' Lot in the Danville City Cemetery, Boyle County, Kentucky
Soldiers' Burial Place at City Cemetery, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky
London National Cemetery, London, Laurel County, Kentucky
National Cemetery at Perryville, Boyle County, Kentucky
Soldiers' Burial Lot in Linden Grove Cemetery, Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky
Tompkinsville National Cemetery, Monroe Co. KY
Soldiers' Burial Lot at New Albany, Indiana
City Cemetery at Jeffersonville, Indiana
Soldiers' Burial lot at Jeffersonville, Indiana
City Cemetery at Madison, Indiana
Lawton National Cemetery, Burke County, Georgia
Andersonville National Cemetery, (Supplement)


Roll of Honor, Vol. XVIII
United States Soldiers interred 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, Illi.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Springfield, Mo.; Forts Scott and Leavenworth, Kansas; and in local cemeteries and at military posts in Texas, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa and Kansas

National Cemetery, Fort Harrison, VA
National Cemetery, Wilmington, N.C.
Raleigh, N.C. National Cemetery
National Cemetery, Port Hudson, Louisiana
National Cemetery, Brownsville, Texas
National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas
National Cemetery, Galveston, Texas
Fort Bliss Cemetery, Texas
National Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas
National Cemetery, Fayetteville, Arkansas
National Cemetery, Fort Smith, Arkansas
National Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana
Various Places in Indiana
National Cemetery, Mound City, Illinois
Various Places in Illinois
Rose Hill Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois
City Cemetery, Gallipolis, Ohio
National Cemetery, Camp Dennison, Ohio
Spring Grove National Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio
Elmwood Cemetery, Detroit, Michigan
Oak Hill Soldiers' Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Soldiers' Cemetery, Jackson, Michigan
Various Places in Michigan
Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Forest Hill Cemetery, Madison, Wisconsin
Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin
Mound City Cemetery, Racine, Wisconsin
City Cemetery, Kenosha, Wisconsin
City Cemetery, Ripon, Wisconsin
Rienzi Cemetery, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
City Cemetery, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
City Cemetery, Green Bay, Wisconsin
City Cemetery, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin
Springfield National Cemetery, Missouri
Local Cemeteries in Iowa
Local Cemetery, Fort Scott, Kansas
National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
Fort Riley Cemetery, Fort Riley, Kansas
Fort Larned Cemetery, Fort Larned, Kansas
Fort Dodge Cemetery, Fort Dodge, Kansas
Fort Harker Cemetery, Fort Harker, Kansas
Fort Hays Cemetery, Fort Hays, Kansas
Monument Station Cemetery, Monument Station, Kansas
Fort Wallace Cemetery, Fort Wallace, Kansas
Lawrence Cemetery, Lawrence, Kansas
Ossawatamie Cemetery, Ossawatamie, Kansas
Topeka Cemetery, Topeka, Kansas
Olathe Cemetery, Olathe, Kansas
Ottumwa Cemetery, Ottumwa, Kansas
Geneva Cemetery, Geneva, Kansas
Iola Cemetery, Iola, Kansas
Marmaton City Cemetery, Marmaton, Kansas
Mound City Cemetery, Mound City, Kansas
Spring Hill Cemetery, Spring Hill, Kansas
Paola Cemetery, Paola, Kansas
Barnesville Cemetery, Barnesville, Kansas
Miscellaneous, Kansas


Roll of Honor, Vol. XIX
United States Soldiers interred at;

Baltimore, Maryland, Petersburg, Virginia, New Berne, North Carolina, Florence, South Carolina, (Additional) Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Fort St. Phillip, Louisiana, Jefferson City, Missouri, and various posts in the states of Minnesota and New Mexico and Arizona, Colorado, Dakota, Indian, Montana, Utah and Washington Territories

Loudon Park, Baltimore, Maryland
Laurel, Baltimore, Maryland
Poplar Grove, near Petersburg, Virginia
New Berne, North Carolina
Florence, South Carolina (additional to Vol. XIV)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Jefferson City, Missouri

Minnesota
            Ft. Ridgeley
            Ft. Snelling
            Ft. Ripley
            Ft. Abercrombie, D.T.

New Mexico
            Fort Craig
            Albuquerque
            Fort McRae
            Fort Wingate
            Fort Bascom
            Fort Sumner
            Fort Stanton
            Fort Bayard
            Los Pinos
            Fort Selden
            Fort Cummings
            Apache Cañon
            Fort Union
            Fort Marcy
            Kozlowske's Ranche

Arizona Territory
            Camp McDowell, A.T.

Colorado Territory
            Fort Garland
            Fort Morgan

Dakota Territory
            Fort Rice
            Old Fort Scully
            Fort Scully
            Fort Buford
            Fort Dakota
            Fort Thompson
            Fort Phil, Kearney
            Fort Randall
            Fort Reno
            Fort Laramie (New Cemetery)
            Fort Laramie (Old Cemetery)
            Ft. David A. Russell
            Fort Wadsworth

Indian Territory
            Fort Boise
            Camp Winthrop
            Camp C. F. Smith, Oregon
            Camp Warner, Oregon

Montana Territory
            Camp Cooke
            Fort Shaw

Utah Territory
            Camp Douglas
            Fort Bridger

Washington Territory
            Camp Steele, (San Juan I.)
            Fort Colville
            Fort Steilacoom
            Fort Vancouver
            Fort Walla Walla


Roll of Honor, Vol. XX
United States Soldiers interred at;

Corinth, Mississippi, Pittsburg Landing, Tenenessee, and Jefferson Barracks, Missouri

Corinth National Cemetery, Corinth, Mississippi
Shiloh National Cemetery, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee
National Cemetery, Jefferson Barracks, Missouri


Roll of Honor, Vol. XXI
United States Soldiers interred at;

Memphis, Tennessee and Chalmette, (Near New Orleans), Louisiana

Mississippi River National Cemetery, Near Memphis, Tennessee
Monument National Cemetery, Chalmette, Louisiana

Roll of Honor, Vol. XXII
United States Soldiers interred at;

Nashville National Cemetery, Near Nashville, Tennessee

Roll of Honor, Vol. XXIII
United States Soldiers interred 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)

Marietta and Atlanta National Cemetery, Marietta, Georgia
Fort Donelson National Cemetery, Dover, Tennessee
Chattanooga National Cemetery, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Stone's River National Cemetery, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Knoxville National Cemetery, Knoxville, Tennessee


Roll of Honor, Vol. XXIV
United States Soldiers interred at;

National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Mississippi
National Cemetery, New Albany, Indiana


Roll of Honor, Vol. XXV
United States Soldiers interred at;

Fredericksburg, Virginia, Mobile, Alabama; and Fort Gibson, Indian Territory; and names not heretofore published of Union Soldiers interred in the National Cemeteries at Hampton, Virginia; Barrancas, Florida; and Alexandria, Louisiana

National Cemetery, Fredericksburg, Virginia
National Cemetery, Hampton, Virginia
National Cemetery, Mobile, Alabama
National Cemetery, Barrancas, Florida
National Cemetery, Alexandria, Louisiana
National Cemetery, Fort Gibson, Indian Territory


Roll of Honor, Vol. XXVI
United States Soldiers interred 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)

National Cemetery, Mound City, Illinois
National Cemetery, Cincinnati, Ohio
National Cemetery, Columbus, Ohio
National Cemetery, Gallipolis, Ohio
National Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio
National Cemetery, Sandusky, Ohio
National Cemetery, Dayton, Ohio
National Cemetery, Little Rock, Arkansas
National Cemetery, Fayetteville, Arkansas
National Cemetery, Fort Smith, Arkansas
National Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas
National Cemetery, Petersburg, Virginia
National Cemetery, Hampton, Virginia
National Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia
National Cemetery, Cold Harbor, Virginia
National Cemetery, Culpeper Court-House, Virginia


Roll of Honor, Vol. XXVII
United States Soldiers interred at;

Beaufort, South Carolina; Natchez, Mississippi; Vicksburg, Mississippi; (Additional to Vol. XXIV;) and Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee (Additional to Vol. XX)

National Cemetery, Beaufort, South Carolina
National Cemetery, Natchez, Mississippi
National Cemetery, Vicksburg, Mississippi
National Cemetery, Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee

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