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Roll of honor : names of soldiers who died in defence of the American Union, interred in

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1981
3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Roll of honor (Series)

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Microfilm of original published: Washington : Government Printing Office, 1865-1871. 27 v.

ALPHABETICAL INDEX TO PLACES ON INTERMENT OF DECEASED UNION SOLDIERS IN THE VARIOUS STATES AND TERRITORIES, AS SPECIFIED IN ROLLS OF HONOR NO. I-XIII: BEING THOSE ISSUED FROM THE QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE, BETWEEN JUNE 15, 1865, AND AUGUST 27, 1867

Includes place index to nos. I-XIII.

Contents: No. 1. National cemeteries at Washington, D.C. -- No. 2. The Battlefields of the Wilderness and of Spotsylvania Court House, Va. -- No. 3. Andersonville, Ga. -- No. 4. National cemetery at Alexandria, Virginia -- No. 5. National cemetery at Fortress Monroe and Hampton, Va. -- No. 6. Eastern district of Texas; Central District of Texas; Rio Grande District, Department of Texas; Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas; and Corpus Christi, Texas -- No. 7. National cemeteries in Maine, Minnesota, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Arkansas, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, and Colorado Territory during the rebellion. -- No. 8. Arkansas, California, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and Nevada; and the Territories of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, and Washington -- No. 9. New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Oregon, Maryland, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Missouri, and the Territory of Dakota -- No. 10. Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Arkansas, Kansas, and Dakota Territory -- No. 11. National cemeteries at Chattanooga, Stone's River, and Knoxville, Tenn. -- No. 12. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas, Texas, Utah Territory, and on the Pacific coast. -- no. 13. New York, Illinois, Virginia, West Virginia, Missouri, and the Territories of Colorado and Utah -- No. 14. Prison pens throughout the South -- No. 15. National cemeteries at Antietam, and at Arlington, (additional), Culpepper Court-House, Cold Harbor, Winchester, Staunton, and various scattered localities in Virginia -- No. 16. National cemeteries and other burial places at Brookline, Cambridge, and Worcester, Massachusetts; Buffalo, Chautauqua, Cypress Hills, (additional), Fort Niagara, Lockport, Lodi, Madison Barracks, Plattsburg Barracks, and Rochester, New York, Gettysburg, Mercersburg, Reading, Philadelphia, Tamaqua, and Upton, Pennsylvania;

Brattleboro and Montpelier, Vermont; City Point, (additional), Danville, (additional), Glendale, Richmond, and Yorktown, (additional), Virginia -- No. 17. National and public cemeteries in Kentucky, and at New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Madison, Indiana; Lawton, (Millen), and Andersonville, Georgia, (supplementary) -- No. 18. National cemeteries at Fort Harrison, Va.; Wilmington, and Raleigh, N.C.; Port Hudson, La.; Brownsville, San Antonio, and Galveston, Texas; Little Rock, Fayetteville, and Fort Smith, Ark.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Mound City, Ill.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Springfield, Mo.; Forts Scott and Leavenworth, Kan.; and in local cemeteries and at military posts in Texas, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa and Kansas -- No. 19. National cemeteries at Baltimore, Maryland; Petersburg, Virginia; New Berne, North Carolina; Florence, South Carolina, (additional); Baton Rouge, La.; Fort St. Phillip, Louisiana; Jefferson City, Missouri; and various posts in the states of Minnesota and New Mexico, and Arizona, Colorado, Dakota, Indian, Montana, Utah and Washington Territories -- No. 20. National cemeteries at Corinth, Miss.; Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.; and Jefferson Barracks, Missouri -- No. 21. National cemeteries at Memphis, Tenn. and Chalmette, (near New Orleans), Louisiana -- No. 22. National cemetery at Nashville, Tenn. -- No. 23. National cemeteries at Marietta, Ga.; Fort Donelson, Tenn.; Chattanooga, Tenn., (additional to no. 11); Murfreesboro, Tenn., additional to no. 11; and Knoxville, Tenn., (additional to no. 11) -- No. 24. National cemeteries at Vicksburg, Miss., and New Albany, Ind. -- No. 25. National cemeteries at Fredericksburg, Va. -- No. 26. National cemeteries at Mound City, Illinois ; Cincinnati, Columbus, Gallipolis, Cleveland, Sandusky, and Dayton, Ohio ; Little Rock, Fayetteville, and Fort Smith, Arkansas, and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. (additional to v. 18) ; Petersburg, Virginia ;

(additional to v. 19) Hampton, Virginia, (additional to v. 25) and Winchester, Cold Harbor, and Culpepper Court House. (additional to v. 15) -- No. 27 National cemeteries at Beaufort, South Carolina ; Natchez, Miss.; Vicksburg, Miss. (additional to v. 24) and Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee (additional to v. 20).

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