Roll of Honor: Names of Soldiers who Died in Defence of the American Union, Interred in the National [and Other] Cemeteries ...

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1868 - National cemeteries

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This volume is essentially a list of the names of the Union soldiers killed during the Civil War. The names were accumulated by the U.S. Quartermaster's Department from 1865 to 1871 and published in ... Read full review

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Page 59 - ... and Upton, Pennsylvania; Brattleboro and Montpelier, Vermont; City Point (Additional), Danville (Additional), Glendale, Richmond and Yorktown (Additional), Virginia. pp. IX. 1-392. 22. (No. 17.) Names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in National and Public Cemeteries in Kentucky, and at New Albany, Jeffersonville and Madison, Indiana; Lawton (Millen) and Andersonville, Georgia; Supplementary.
Page 63 - I am, general, very respectfully, your obedient servant, ALEX. J. PERRY, Brevet Brigadier General and Quartermaster USA Brevet Major General...

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