Civil War regimental rosters, muster rolls, and histories for all states including battlefield maps and weekly articles. How to determine if your ancestor was in the Civil War and instructions to order his pension records. What happened this day in Civil War History.
Contains information and instructions for those who want to research the Civil War service of an Alabama ancestor.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) National Cemetery Administration can provide limited burial location assistance to family members and close friends of decedents thought to be buried in a VA national cemetery.
The Cagle family was well represented in the U.S. Civil War with Cagle family members fighting in both the Union and Confederate armies.
Commercial site that contains regimental rosters, chronicles, officer profiles, soldier photographs, and battle synopses. Charge per search, or annual membership fee.
The CWSS is a comprehensive research tool for searching the records of the soldiers and sailors that fought in the Civil War.
Lists over 150 Civil War soldiers who resided in Hartland Twp., Livingston Co., Michigan with links to the sources
Names of Confederate soldiers from 15 states, soldiers paroled at Vicksburg, soldiers from unknown counties and memoirs.
Including over 72,500 Civil War links of genealogy sites on the internet. Over 60,000 are categorized and cross-referenced in more than 120 categories.
Florida Confederate pension application files include name, unit, wife's name and resident county.
Directory of online Civil War records listed by state.
Parker family genealogy from England to Virginia to North Carolina with and American Civil War emphasis.
Contains letters and Civil War documents of members of the Loughborough family arranged in seven folders in one box.
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