Warren Countians have served in virtually all of
the major military engagements that the United States has been involved in. Click
on the conflict name above for partial listings as those from Warren County who
served in those conflicts.
Our goal is to include all Warren Countians who served their country in the military
either in peacetime service or during a conflict, whether living or deceased.
Please send information with name, type of service, when served, photos (preferrably
in uniform) etc. to Arne
and I will add them to the Warren County Military Heritage entries.
These publications relating to military service by Warren Countians are available
from the Warren
County Genealogical Society.
If you know of other resources, let me know and I will add them to the list.
- Civil War Discharges listed in the Warren County Recorders
Office. See On
- Revolutionary War Records compiled by Mary Everhart. See
- Lest We Forget, Warren County Veterans - a 3 volume set
compiled by Mary Everhart covering veterans from the Revolutionary War to
the recent military actions in the Middle East. See On
- Warren County's Involvement in the Civil War by Dallas
- Civil War Soldiers Buried in Warren County compiled by
Sue Frary (new release Oct, 2003) See On
- United States Census Military Resources
- The 1840 Census asked the names and ages of Revolutionary War Pensioners.
- The 1890 Census included a schedule of Civil War veterans and widows.
- The 1910 Census asked if the person was a survivor of the Union or Confederate
army or navy, coded as UA for Union Army, UN for Union Navy, CA for Confederater
Army & CN for Confederate Navy
- The 1930 Census asked if the person was a veteran of the US military or
naval forces mobilized for any war or expedition, and specified what conflict.
- The 1940 Census asked if the person was a veteran of the United States
military forces; or the wife, widow, or under-18-year-old child of a veteran
but only for persons on line 14 and line 29 (about 5% of the population)?
If a child, it also asked if the veteran-father was dead?
The War or military service codes used in the 1940 census are:
W - World War
S - Spanish-American War; Philippine Insurrection or Boxer Rebellion
SW - Spanish-American War & World War
R - Regular establishment (Army, Navy or Marine Corps) Peace-Time Service
Ot - Other war or expedition
County Ohio Military Records by the Warren County Genealogical Society
Discharge Records at the Warren County Recorders Office
Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records to order copies of
military records for World War 1 and later
Service Records; A Select Catalog of NARA Microfilm Publications
Adam Simonton of Ohio web site by Rich
Raney has a great table showing the descendants or Adam Simonton who served
their country - many of them as residents of Warren County Ohio.
of 1812 Roster of Ohio Soldiers available at the Ohio
Historical Society website
Selected Companies with Warren County connections]
- Beers 1882 History Of Warren County, Ohio
Dallas Bogan Articles
War Veterans from the Mason area are listed on the Mason
Historical Society Website
- Civil War Casualties from Springboro and Clearcreek Twp listed in "Paths
Through the Wilderness" by Don Ross
Veterans History Project at the Mary L. Cook Library in Waynesville
- Ohio in the Civil
War (extensive Database provided by Larry
- Civil War
Soldier and Sailor System provided by the National
Park Service with detailed information about
nearly 5.5 million soldiers & sailors, regiments, cemteries, battles,
prisoners & Medals of Honor
- U. S. Army Center for Military History
& Medal of Honor Citations
[paid site] subscribers can access these databases:
- National Archives:
- Warren County World War II Army and Army
Air Force Casualites
- Sons of Union Veterans of
the Civil War have an online Grave
database that contains hundreds of tombstone photos for Warren County
War of The Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union
and Confederate Armies"
The Cornell University Library
has provided a fully searchable site containing scanned images of each individual
page in this voluminous series.
- Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards
1907-1933 (links to images on line at Internet
- 2010 Memorial Day, Lebanon
- Warren County Soldiers serving in The 147th Infantry.
The 37th "Buckeye" Division
- "Ralph E.
Snook Post No. 186," The Western Star (Lebanon, Ohio), Thursday,
October 16, 1919
- World War
I, 83rd Division Personal Information Cards Index [on
line access to this database is restricted to Ohio
Genealogical Society members]
- VFW Provides Memorial Markers for
Veterans Graves at the Pioneer Cemetery
& Wendy Askin have submitted a link to a photo of Warren County (Ohio)
Veterans Memorial that is available at http://www.panoramio.com/photo/10258096
NOTICE: All documents and electronic images placed
on the Warren County OHGenWeb site remain the property of the contributors,
who retain publication rights in accordance with US Copyright Laws and Regulations.
These documents may be used by anyone for their personal research. Persons or
organizations desiring to use this material, must obtain the written consent
of the contributor, or the legal representative of the submitter, and contact
the listed Warren County OHGenWeb coordinator with proof of this consent.
This page created 12 July 2003 and last updated
11 February, 2014
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H Trelvik All rights reserved