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Quartermaster General's Office General Orders, No. 71, Sept. 5, 1866

Roll of Honor

Names of Soldiers

WHO DIED IN

DEFENSE OF THE AMERICAN UNION,

INTERRED IN

MICHIGAN

WASHINGTON: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 1866 Volume No. 8

A - B- C

D - E - F - G - H

J - K - L - M - N - O - P

 R - S- T - V - W - Y 

 

 

Source - The original records are on microfilm. Microfilm of original published: Washington : Government Printing Office, 1865-1871. 27 v. At head of title (no. [I]-XX): Quarter- master general's office, General orders ... No. 8. Arkansas, California, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and Nevada; and the Territories of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, and Washington

Note: These records only contain people who died during the Civil War and were buried in Michigan at that time.  Many soldiers who died during the war were buried in National Cemeteries through out the country.  The only places contained on this film source is Detroit (Wayne Co.) and Jackson (Jackson Co.).   There are errors in the spellings of many of the names and some errors in the regiment area data in the these records. 

These files have been donated for exclusive use on MIGenWeb by Patricia Hamp February 2010. Not to be copied to any other web site, books, cds or media.

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