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Military Records

Revolutionary War 1775 to 1784

290,000 men participated in the American Revolutionary War. There were 4,435 deaths in service. Last Veteran: Daniel F. Bakeman, died 4/5/1869, age 109.

DAR Lineage Books
  1. Vol. I-CLII (152) pertaining to Ross County, OH

Regiment Records & Muster Rolls

  1. Revolutionary War Regiment Records
  2. Muster Rolls of the Navy and Line Militia and Rangers, 1775-1783 with List of Pensioners, 1818-1832.

Pension Records

  1. 1841 Revolutionary War Pension Census

Misc. Records

  1. Affidavit of Ann Warren widow of Peter Warren deceased
War of 1812  1812 to 1815

287,000 men participated in the War of 1812. There were 6,765 deaths in service. Last Veteran: Hiram Cronk, died 5/13/05, age 105.

Regiment Records & Muster Rolls

  1. Ross County Militia Records

  2. Roster of Ohio Soldiers In War of 1812 - partial ROLL OF CAPT. DAVID LYON'S CO., complete ROLL OF CAPT. THOMAS MORGAN'S CO. (From Ross and Scioto Counties) and CAPT JOHN RUSSELL'S COMPANY (Probably from Ross County.

Indian Wars & French and Indian War

(also known as the "Seven Years War")

106,000 men participated in the Indian Wars. There were 1,000 deaths in service. Last Veteran: Fredrak Fraske, died 6/18/73, age 101.

  1. Poll Book of an election held at the house of Jason P. Phillips in Old Town Sept. 3rd, 1830

Republic of Texas 1835 to 1845

 

Rosters, Companies, and Participants (offsite)
(following hosted at USGenWeb Archives Republic of Texas Pension Project )

  1. Battle of San Jacinto Participants, April 21, 1836

  2. Dawson Massacre Participants, Sept 18, 1842

  3. Deaths of Veterans of the Texas Revolution

  4. Defenders of the Alamo, March 1836

  5. James Long Expedition Listing of Captured, Oct. 9 1821

  6. Mier Expedition Participants, Dec 1842

  7. Rusk County Pensioners

  8. Siege of Bexar, List of Wounded & Killed

US-Mexican War 1846 to 1848

 

115,493 men participated in the Mexican War. There were 1,177 deaths in service. 24 of the 28 States provided volunteer troops which included Ohio. Last Veteran: Owen Thomas Edgar (1831-1929) at the age of 98 after suffering a fall from a chair that fractured his leg.

 

Regiment Records & Muster Rolls

  1. Ohio Volunteer Organization

  2. Ohio Veterans who participated in various Battles.

Misc Records

  1. Types of Records

  2. US Grave Markers about Mexican War Veterans

  3. Mexico City Cemetery American Burials

Civil War 1861 to 1865

 

Regiment Records & Muster Rolls

  1. Volunteer Infantry Rosters & POW

  2. Camp Chase, Franklin Co OH, c1863

Pension Records

  1. Campbell, John

  2. Clark, Robert

  3. McKinley, Margaret [widow of William Reed McKinley]

  4. Pricer, Elizabeth [widow of Christian Pricer]

Family Records

  1. Boyer Soldiers: Civil War data for three Boyer men

  2. A Letter from the War Front: Fletcher Hill

  3. Kinnamon Soldiers: Civil War data for five Ross County Kinnamon men

  4. Boyer Soldiers: Civil War data for three Ross County Boyer men

  5. A Letter from the War Front: Fletcher Hill

  6. Kinnamon Soldiers: Civil War data for five Ross County Kinnamon men

  7. John Lockwood Letters

  8. Aaron Grady: Civil War Poems

  9. John Lockwood Letters

  10. Aaron Grady: Civil War Poems

Misc Records

  1. Ohio Soldiers/Prisoners of War at Savannah GA (1864), from the New York Tribune
  2. Ohioans Buried at Rebel Prison at Andersonville, GA
Spanish-American War 1898 to 1902

392,000 participated in the Spanish-American War. There were 11,000 deaths in service. Last Veteran: Nathan E. Cook, died 9/10/92, age 106.

  1. The Spanish American War Centennial Website (offsite) - has several Ohio Units.
World War I 1917 to 1918

4,743,826 participated in WWI. There were 116,708 deaths in service. There were 3,350 POW/MIA

  1. 83rd Division, Co. I 329th Infantry - includes photo

  2. WWI Draft Registration Card Index

A-B

C-D

E-F

G-H

I-K

L-M

N-P

Q-S

 

T-V

W-Z

 

World War II 1940 to 1947

16,353,659 participated in WWII. There were 407,316 deaths in service. There were 78,777 POW/MIA.

Roster Records

  1. Induction Roster: 1942

Discharge Records

  1. Cokonougher, Howard

Misc Records

  1. Letters Home: Cecil Cokonougher
  2. Purple Heart Recipient: Howard Cokonougher
Korean War 1950 to 1955

5,764,143 participated in Korean War. There were 33,651 deaths in service. There were 7,190 POWs [4,428 repatriated]; 8177 MIAs

Misc Records

  1. U.S. Defense Ohio Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Korean War
     
Vietnam War 1964 to 1975

8,744,000 participated in Vietnam War. There were 58,168 deaths in service. There were 2,459 POW/MIAs.

Misc Records

  1. Ohio Residents Casualties in Vietnam War (offsite)
Persian Gulf War Era 1990 to To Be Decided

467,539 participated in the first Persian Gulf War I and there were 378 deaths in service. There were 2 Missing, Presumed Dead and 1 MIA. There were 23 POWs and all were returned.

 

Miscellaneous Military Items

 

THE AMERICAN WAR LIBRARY - The World's Largest On-line Military, Veteran, and Military Family Registry Over 72 million Military Listings from Pre-Revolutionary War to the Present. (offsite)

 

 

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