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Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Illinois : transcription of the death rolls, 1879-1947

by Dennis Northcott and Thomas Brooks
Books/Monographs
English
St. Louis, Missouri : D. Northcott, c2003
vii, 537 p.
0972834400

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Names are in alphabetical order.

Page headings: Name; Rank; Company, Regiment or Ship; Post; Death date; Proceedings.

“To compile these death rolls, the department requested each of the local chapters, known as ‘posts,’ to submit a death roll of its members. Compliance with this request varied from post to post and year to year; some posts submitted incomplete rolls or none at all. [cont. in next field]

[cont.]“This transcription, compiled primarily from ‘Proceedings’ in the holdings of the Illinois State Historical Library (Springfield), contains records of more than 32,000 comrades, who served in Civil War units from thirty-six states”—Introd., p. v-vi.

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