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Title Will Co. military [manuscript].

Publication Info. [Place of production not identified] : [producer not identified], [2018]

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 Coal City PL Stacks - CCBB-2  GR 929.377325 WIL    LIB USE ONLY
Description approximately 240 pages in various pagings : black and white illustrations, charts ; 30 cm
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volume nc rdacarrier
Note Issued in 3-ring binder.
Contents Fifteen years ago or the patriotism of Will County (published 1876) / by George H. Woodruff -- Soldiers from Crete Township, Will County, Illinois who served in the Union Army during the Civil War / by George H. Woodruff, contributed by Ray Piepenbrink -- Hewes family of Crete, Ill.: Descendants of George Hewes of Salisbury, Mass. / by Winston DeMuth -- Frankfort's Civil War veterans -- Homer Civil War veterans -- Illinois men who gave up life for country buried in national cemetery at Nashville, Tenn. / extracted from Joliet Weekly News (March 24, 1910) -- Peotone's roll of honor (from Illinois veterans commission book), Peotone Cemetery Association Cemetery, Will Twp., Peotone, Ill. -- Moencka/Monk [families] / recorded by Zephyrine Werner Hameister (July 12, 1989) -- Militia Roll, Wilton Twp., Will Co., Ill. -- List of able-bodied citizens, town of Monee, county of Will -- Militia roll from Manhattan Twp., Will Co., Ill. (filed July 6, 1861) -- Mokena's Civil War veterans -- New Lenox's Civil War veterans -- Local graves of Civil War veterans (in Frankfort, Manhattan and Monee) / by Don Witt -- Green Garden's Civil War veterans / by Don Witt -- Crete's Civil War veterans -- List of pensioners (Will County) [January 1, 1883] / [U.S. Pension Bureau] -- [Roll of honor; Records of burial places in Ill. V. 2] (Will County) -- Burial places of military personnel in Illinois (1929, Willard Grove cemetery, Channahon Township, Will County) -- Burial places of military personnel in Illinois (1929, Oakwood Cemetery, Joliet, Illinois) -- Biography, Christian Logan / contributed by Nadine Dingman.
Summary Records of military veterans who served in conflicts ranging from the War of 1812 to the Korean War, taken from a variety of sources, and primarily covering residents of Will County, Illinois. The first and largest record (Fifteen Years Ago or the Patriotism of Will County) is a handwritten transcription of an 1876 publication covering the U.S. Civil War. Most of the subsequent records are photocopies of typewritten volumes (selected from the years 1973-1989) of "Where the Trails Cross," a periodical containing historical records and anecdotes.
Subject Hewes, George.
Logan, Christian.
Hewes family.
Moencka family.
Monk family.
Registers of births, etc. -- Illinois -- Will County.
Soldiers -- Illinois -- Will County -- Registers.
Veterans -- Illinois -- Will County -- Registers.
Spanish-American War, 1898 -- Registers.
World War, 1914-1918 -- Registers.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Registers.
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Registers.
United States -- History -- War of 1812 -- Registers.
Illinois -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers.
Will County (Ill.) -- Genealogy.
Will County (Ill.) -- Registers.
Added Author DeMuth, Winston, author.
Dingman, Nadine, author.
Goodspeed, James, publisher.
Hameister, Zephyrine Werner, author.
Piepenbrink, Ray, contributor.
Witt, Don, author.
Woodruff, George H., 1814- author.
Will-Grundy Counties Genealogical Society, curator.
Added Title Will County military records
Will County military and other records

 
    
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