Military
Morris Co.


The History of Sacrifice (off-site)


Morris County NJGenWeb War Memorial

This link is dedicated to the men and women who served, fought and died for their country, and those they left behind.


French & Indian War

Revolutionary War

"A man born between 1730 and 1765 who lived in New Jersey is probably listed in some form of military record. If he supported the rebellion, he may be mentioned in records as a rebel, patriot, Whig, or signer of the Continental Association. Those who opposed the rebellion were Loyalists or Tories.

There were 238 battles and skirmishes in New Jersey, more than occurred in any other state. At least 18,000 New Jersey men fought in either the Continental Army or militia units."
Source: Wiki Family Search

Civil War

The Civil War

Letters to home - 1861/1862 - 3 pdf files that contain letters written 1861/1862 about life as a soldier.

Spanish-American War

World War I

World War II

Korean Conflict

  • New Jersey and the Korean Conflict

Vietnam

Persian Gulf

  • New Jersey and the Persian Gulf

 

 


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