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If you have Military records pertaining to Hennepin County Soldiers who served in any US wars, and would be willing to have them posted here, please send them to me, Claudia, at
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WORLD WAR I- SOLDIERS FROM THE TRANSPORT "MEXICAN".

General News Section - THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL - Sunday, July 27, 1919
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THIRD PIONEERS HOME THIS WEEK; HERE'S COMPLETE MINNESOTA ROSTER
More than 2,250 Minnesota fighters, members of the Third Pioneer Infantry, returned from France on the transport Mexican which arrived at New York July 23, will reach their homes some time this week.  In the following list, The Journal presents the complete roster of Minnesota men with the unit, published for the first time.


The Roster has been kindly transcribed by Judie Huff, who has the original newspaper clipping. We thank her for her generosity and time in typing this up for researchers. If you have any questions you can reach her at judiegen@aol.com

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go to the rosters

 

NATIONWIDE GRAVESITE LOCATOR Search for burial locations of veterans and their dependents in VA National Cemeteries, state veterans cemeteries and various other Department of Interior and military cemeteries. http://gravelocator.cem.va.gov/j2ee/servlet/NGL_v1

 

Draft Board Selections.
From the Minneapolis Morning Tribune
Thursday, June 18, 1918.

A list of registered men who were inducted for training at the Valpariso University.
GO TO THE LIST

 

Civil War Rosters-by State-The MOST COMPLETE list of Civil War roster Links on the web. This a directory of Civil War Rosters/Muster Rolls that have been found on the internet. Since only 50-60% of all rosters are on the internet, some units will not be listed. http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Lair/3680/cw/cw.html

 
The Sixth Minnesota Infantry Roster- A tribute to the soldiers and families of Minnesota's 6th. The index is searchable by Soldiers name or Regiment and Company.
Sixth Minnesota Infantry Roster
 
 
First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry 1861-1864 This database is an attempt to look at the individual soldiers of the First Minnesota Infantry. The database is an extension of the 1866 Adjutant Generals Report with the addition of 1860 census data. The First Minnesota Infantry veterans established a reunion association and their meeting notes contain material on the lives of the men after the war. First Minnesota.com

 

Spanish American War Centennial Website. Help in researching your Spanish American relative. http://www.spanamwar.com/

 

WW2 VETERANS- Submitted by Marsha Gottschalk Please contact Marsha with any questions.
Raymond Brazil , WW2 ,died in action in Germany
Francis Meek , WW2
Clarence A. Brazil , WW2
Merlin S. Skow, WW2, Army Air Corps
John P. Brazil , WW2, Navy
Earl Bulger , WW2
Robert Brazil , WW2
Frank Brazil , WW2
Jerry Brazil, Korea ,Sea bee
Laurence Brazil , Vn
Timothy Brazil , Vn

 

Hennepin County, Minnesota World War II Casualties Army and Airforce 

 

MASONIC AND FRATERNAL ORDERS PUBLISHED IN THE MINNEAPOLIS DAILY TRIBUNE 1871

 

"Memorial Day Association 1940". Listing of burials for Veterans of the Civil and World Wars for the following cemeteries: Methodist Evangelical Cemetery Maple Grove; Rush Creek Cemetery   (north Maple Grove); South Maple Grove Cemetery; Lewis Cemetery-----Maple Grove; Swedish Lutheran Cemetery--Maple Plain; Medicine Lake Catholic Cemetery;Gaspers Cemetery--Medicine Township; Woodend Cemetery--Zumbra Heights; Brooklyn Center (M.E.) Cemetery--Mound; Union Cemetery--Mound; and Nigler Cemetery--Osseo.

 

HISTORIC FORT SNELLING  Discover an 1820s military outpost once the focus of a small settlement but now at the center of Minnesota's Twin Cities metropolitan area http://www.mnhs.org/places/sites/hfs/

 

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Site last updated: September 27, 2004