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CARD RECORDS OF HEADSTONES PROVIDED FOR UNION
CIVIL WAR VETERANS 1879-1903
A group project of
GenealogyTrails completed in 2012. Hundreds of names of Union
Veterans are listed on this site which lists the Name, Rank,
Company, Regiment, place of burial, including the cemetery's
name, and the city or town, county and state which it is
located; grave number, if any; date of death; name of
contractor who supplied the headstone and the date of the
contract under which the stone was provided.
this link to view the cards:
for Union Civil War
News/Fires, Accidents,Calamaties: Train
News/Visiting,Gossip: Mr. and Mrs. F.M.
News/Visitng,Gossip: Mr. and Mrs. Hershel
News/Visiting, Gossip: Miss Maud
News/Visiting,Gossip: Mr.and Mrs. Joseph
News/Visiting, Gossip: Mr. and Mrs. W.C.
World War One Casualty List,
submitted by Rose Stout
1890 Veterans Schedule for Caribou,
transcribed by Veneta
PENOBSCOT - south
WASHINGTON - southeast