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World War II Memorial in Sulphur Springs, Texas, built in the late 1990's.
Hopkins County Militia - circa 1861
[Offsite] 1861 9th Brigade Texas State Troops Texas Militia Co for Beat #3
[Offsite] Whitfield/Ross Texas Cavalry Brigade 9th Texas Cavalry Regiment
[Offsite] 18th Texas Infantry - Co. E The Grayrock Volunteers - Sulphur Springs
[Offsite] Captain Harmon's Company D - Civil War
Confederate Indigent Families
Soldiers and Sailors System
Confederate Veterans Home - 1905
Hopkins County CSA Obituaries
Korean War Hostile Action Deaths - 1950-1957
Men and Women in WWII
Veterans Post #66
[Offsite] VFW Post #8560 - Off site
Burns, Dewey Ray Jr Vietnam Death Record
Look up your Civil War veteran here. Vary your searches for better success. Sometimes less information entered in the search fields yields more and better results.
Search Texas Confederate Pensions
Note: "The index of applicants for Confederate pensions in no way represents a complete roster of Texas residents who had fought for the Confederacy."
National Archives and Records Administration. Order a Civil War Service Record (CWSR), and other records, here.