Special 1890 Census Schedule
of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, Marines And Widows uried at the Mexico City National Cemetery
or the Corozal American Cemetery are eight American servicemen who died during the Civil War and
forty-five Civil War Veterans. They are listed at this American Battlefield Monuments Commissionweb site.
Lookups and research Kevin Frye a Local
Andersonville Historian and National Park Service Volunteer
has offered to do FREE research using his data base resource.
He uses two online database as well as a CD that has the
names and grave numbers of 12960 greams, with only 460 marked a
"unknown". He also has access to the Andersonville
"on-site" databases. He is offering his services free.
Please email him directly at Frye@gnat.net
Bernie LeMaire's St. Souplet Web Page A lot of Cattaraugus
County boys fought in and around the town of St. Souplet
in the Battle of the Somme. Bernard LeMaire who
lives there, has put together a great web page (even if
you can't read French) with photo's, documentation and
the history of the battle. Some maps show
the actual positions of the individual Cattaraugus
Oakleaf''s Report : J.F.
Oakleaf was an Olean resident and an Intelligence
Officer with the 108th. In 1921 the OleanTimes
published his Official report of the involvement of our
own Cattaraugus Company "I", a unit of the 108th
Infantry. Link provided courtesy of Brigham Young
American Battlefield Monument Commission's searchable data base of 93242 WWII dead buried at ABMC cemeteries. Does not include those dead shipped back to the United States
Nancy Sampson's Korean War Casualties
Battlefield Monument Commission's searchable data baseof
38424 Korean War dead buried at ABMC cemeteries. nbsp; This is a
partial list as a file destroyed many of the records at the National Personnel Records Services in St. Louis.