Rutland County Military Information
in the Civil War This is the gateway to the largest online repository
of information documenting Vermont's participation in the American
of 1812, Cheektowaga, New York A list of soldiers from various
states, including Vermonters who served in the 11th U.S. Infantry,
who are buried in the military cemetery.
Barracks over 1600 men served at the army barrcks located in Buffalo,
NY. Due to the unsettled nature of the border between Vermont and
New York, many men are listed under Rutland, NY rather than Rutland,
Military Lookup Volunteers
The following people have volunteered to do lookups
for you in the listed resource. Please be considerate of the time.
Make your request specific and do-able, not global (ie covering all
the Smiths between 1880 and 1920). Also, it helps alot if you include
the words "lookup" or "Rutland County" in the
subject line of your emailed request.
Roster of Vermont-Men and Women in the Military and
Naval Service of the United States and Allies in the World War 1917-1919.
Please provide name and branch of service, and town if a fairly common
name. Also, please put the word "Lookup" in the subject
line of your email so it doesn't get overlooked. Thanks. Send email
to John Paquet at Bjpaquet@aol.com
Roster of Vermonters in Uniformed Service of the United
States During the Second World War, 1941-1945. Please provide
name and branch of service, and town if a fairly common name.
Thanks. Please email query to Tom
Ledoux at firstname.lastname@example.org
County World War II Casualties. online by Dennis Partridge
and Judy Wallis White at AccessGenealogy.com
in the Civil War by Tom Ledoux