Pearl Harbor Killed in Action
National Cemeteries, Veterans
126th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
2nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry
The National Archives - Revolutionary War Pension Files are now accessible from this online source and/or view original pension files as well as access additional military records. They are listed under Survivors, Widows, and Bounty-land Warrants. They are also available on microfilm in two series by the National Archives titled, Selected Records From Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-land Warrant Application Files (898 rolls of film). - University Microfilms, better known as UMI has been producing microfilm collections for many years now. UMI has published hundreds of thousands of rolls of film and fiche. They include Regimental Histories of the American Civil War.  This is an extremely large collection of regimental histories from most states, including the Confederacy. This collection is available at the LDS Family History Library in Salt Lake City. - The Harold B. Lee Collection is growing weekly where you can click on text collections from the family history archive to view digitized books, histories, manuscripts, etc. This is a site that should be checked often. - GAR is the Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans at (Grand Army of the Republic) - R. B. Hayes Library special collection. - Deceased military personnel are buried in - Veterans cemeteries most of which can be located through Sons of Confederate Veterans is an organization whose purpose is to preserve history. - GAR Museum is fortunate to have the bulk of the records from Post 2 Philadelphia, the founder of the museum. Listed are Posts for which they have partial or fragmentary records.