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Military Death Records on Ancestors At RestList of the killed and wounded from the 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry (Rough Riders) Battle of San Juan Hill 1898 during the Spanish American War
German Death Cards
Cenotaphs in Ontario
Death Card Pt. Thomas Kehoe Jr died in France 1918 American Expeditionary Force WW1
Military Death Records on Other Sites
USAFind Your Ancestors In Civil War Documents
USGenWeb Military Pensions Project
Confederate Solider Service Records 1860-1880
Civil War Pensions Index
Revolutionary War Rolls 1775-1815
Southern Claims Commission In the 1870s, southerners claimed compensation from the U.S. government for items used by the Union Army.
World War I Deaths New Mexico -1918
Casualty Report of the 10th U.S. Cavalry, San Juan Hill, July 1898
Vietnam Era Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Database
The Vietnam Veterans' Memorial Wall
Men killed and wounded at Oswego 1814
Revolutionary War Prize Cases 1776-1787 Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia.
Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications of Soldiers and Widows - searchable Civil War database
Marshall Co., West Virginia Newspaper Obits Civil War Vets
Revolutionary War Service Records 1775-1787 Continental Troops. First Regiment,First Regiment Artillery, First Regiment Light Dragoons, Second Regiment Artillery, Second Regiment Light Dragoons, Third Regiment Artillery, Fourth Regiment Artillery, Fourth Regiment Light Dragoons, Fifteenth Regiment, Nineteenth Regiment, Twenty-third Regiment.
Case Files of the Bureau of Investigation 1908-1922 Threats to the nation and its citizens.
CanadaCWGC (Commonwealth War Graves Commission) names of 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars
The Canadian Virtual War Memorial
Memorials in Canada
Books of Remembrance contain the names of Canadians who fought in wars and died either during or after them.
Death Registration of Soldiers, 1941-1947 New Brunswick
List of Widows Receiving Pensions War of 1812 ~ this list includes wife's name, soldier's name, unit, rank, date of death and cause of death - Large File!
Men killed and wounded at Oswego 1814
United KingdomBritish Officers Deaths from 1750 to present day
Deaths of British Privates and NCOs
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