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World War I Draft Registration Cards
National Archives and Records Administration
1917 - 1918
The World War I Draft Registration Cards are from National Archives microfilm publication M1509 and covers the years 1917 – 1918. Information includes the man's name, birth date, birth place, nationality, and location of the draft board. Currently, this collection includes Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, and miscellaneous records from other states.
Washington, WWI Service Statement Records
Washington State Digital Archives
1917 - 1919
This collection is compiled of information obtained from WWI veterans' service statement records from 1917-1919. When available, each record contains the veteran's full name, serial number, dates served, rank, and other information obtained from these records. This collection was provided by the Washington State Digital Archives.
American Battle Monuments Commission Burial Records
American Battle Monuments Commission
Compiled by the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC), this collection is a listing of American servicemen who fought in WWI or WWII and were buried in ABMC cemeteries outside of the United States or who are listed on the Walls of the Missing. When available, each entry provides the individual's name, rank, service number, unit, where each individual entered the service, death date, cemetery, and location of the grave or missing in action marker.
Index to Gorgas Hospital Mortuary Records
National Archives
1906 to 1991
This collection indexing the Gorgas Hospital mortuary registers was provided by the National Archives. It contains data from 1906 to 1991. The file was created from 1979 to 1991.
Washington, National Guard Enlistment Register
Washington State Digital Archives
1885 - 1907
This collection was compiled by the Washington State Digital Archives, and contains records of the soldiers who enlisted in the National Guard in Washington between 1885 and 1907.
Maine, Civil War Sailors Records
Maine State Archives
1862 - 1865
This collection contains information on men from Maine or credited to Maine who enlisted or where substitutes in the Navy during the Civil War.
Utah Indian War Service Affidavits
Utah State Archives
Compiled by the Utah State Archives, this collection of the Utah Indian War service affidavits covers years 1909-1917. When available, the records includes full name of the individual, reel number, and a note within the record.
Washington, Indian War Muster Rolls
Washington State Digital Archives
1855 - 1856
This collection of muster rolls of Washington residents for the Indian War was compiled by the Washington State Digital Archives. The records cover 1855-1856, and include the names of the soldier and company, role, rank, term of service, and other personal information.
Maine, Mexican War Soldiers
Maine State Archives
1846 to 1848
This collection contains information on 775 men who enlisted in the 1st Maine Infantry during the Mexican War (1846-1848). This regiment was never called to active duty.
Confederate Soldier Death Records
Various Sources
ca. 1841 to 1936
This collection contains over 20,000 death records of persons who served as Confederate soldiers in the U.S. Civil War. This information was taken from obituaries published in Confederate Veteran Magazine and cemetery records. Most records include: birth and death dates, location, as well as service details including rank and cemetery.
Maine, War of 1812 Veterans
Maine State Archives
1812 to 1815
This collection contains information on men from Maine and other north eastern states. These men served in the 33rd and 34th U.S. Infantry. Also this collection includes a list of names of those on board the U.S.S. Adams, blown up at Hampden, Maine on Sept. 3, 1814.
Patriots Of Color Records
Patriots Of Color
The Patriots of Color collection is a summary of information so far collected about men and women of color who fought for American independence during the Revolutionary War as soldiers, seamen, wagoners, skilled craftsmen, servants, and laborers. Revealing their identities and individual stories is the goal of an extensive and ongoing research effort. This is only the beginning our research, and we wanted to make this collection of data available at the outset to encourage more research and scholarship. Funding for research was provided by Richard Gilder and the Gilder Lehrman Foundation, David Roux, Joseph Dooley and the Sons of the American Revolution, and the W. E. B. DuBois Institute for African and African American Research at Harvard University.
Maine, Revolutionary War Pension Applications
Maine State Archives
This collection contains information on Revolutionary War veterans who applied for Pension Applications in Maine (Hancock, Lincoln, and York Counties).
Maine, Revolutionary War Land Grants
Maine State Archives
This collection contains information on Revolutionary War land grants for veterans of Maine and Massachusetts and their widows.
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