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Pension Application extract: James McGEE, Brokenstraw Township (1818) - contributed by Dean McGee
Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Service: Warren Co - contributed by Jerry Dittman
The American Civil War began on April 12, 1861 and ended with Lee's surrender on April 9, 1865.
President Lincoln visiting the battlefield at Antietam, Maryland, October 3, 1862.
General McClellan and 15 members of his staff are in the group.
Photographed by Alexander Gardner (courtesy of the National Archives).
G Co, 211th Regiment PA Volunteers: Warren County Contains the history, list of staff, and roster of unassigned men of this Warren County recruited unit. Contributed by Bill Byers.
Thirty-Ninth Regiment — Tenth Reserve The "Warren Guards," Campany H, were part of this regiment.
Forty-Second Regiment The famous "Bucktails."
One Hundred and Thirteenth Regiment - NEW
One Hundred and Forty-Fifth Regiment - Coming soon
One Hundred and Fifty-First Regiment - Coming soon
One Hundred and Fifty-Ninth Regiment - Coming soon
Photographs of WW1 Soldiers - from the book "Warren County Boys Over There," 1918.
Information about Warren County people who served during present day conflicts (Desert Storm, the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan).
Do you have any data to share? Please send submissions, comments, suggestions, or broken link information to Warren County county coordinator
American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) - Search War Dead Listings The Commission administers, operates, and maintains 24 permanent American burial grounds on foreign soil. This site contains names of war dead who were buried outside the United States. Includes the Mexican War, Civil War, Spanish-American War, as well as WW1, WW2 and the Korean War. Also names those missing in action from the Vietnam War and all interments at Corozal, including civilians who built and operated the Panama Canal.
Order Military Records from NARA The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has a form available for you to download/print, sign, and return via fax or mail, as indicated in the instructions for each. At this time, these forms can not be submitted through their web site.
U.S. Dept. of Defense - Frequently Asked Questions Or ask a question!
U.S Dept. of Veterans Affairs - Information on Headstones, Markers and Medallions
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