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Select the name to see that individual's service record, if available. Otherwise, the link will take you to the individual's biographical page.

Select the military unit for information on its history.

French & Indian War

Revolutionary War

War of 1812

The Civil War      Commentary: Scarlett Fever

Spanish-American War

Military records for those in service after the Spanish-American War were destroyed by fire in the 1970s.

World War One

  • Alexander, George L., U.S. Army Ordnance Department
  • Phelps, John J., U. S. Navy
  • Phelps, Phelps, Royal Flying Corps
  • Wilds, Robert H., U.S. Army Medical Corps

World War Two




The Civil War service records have been transcribed from microfilm copied from the National Archives. I have put payroll, registers, hospital lists, etc. in chronological order.

The early accounts of military service have been excerpted from genealogical texts. For conflicts of the 20th century, what is presented here comes from family members.




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