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Connecticut Civil War Soldiers Service Records

This CD contains service records of the Connecticut Troops. The information is gathered from various sources and includes information from the microfilm rolls as well as a number of published sources.

On this CD you will find information on approximately 65,000 men. The Connecticut Civil War Soldiers Soldiers Index containing 65,000 names is included showing the units of service for each man and a bibliography of available books to aid in your research.

Many of the men included on this CD have biographical sketches, burial records, and genealogical information not found in the microfilmed service records.

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Sources used / incorporated on this CD.

Reference:


  • Connecticut Adjutant General's Office. Catalog of Confederate Men 860 pgs.


  • Cemetery Records:


  • Confederate Dead of Canton, Mississippi
  • Sons of Union Veterans Graves Registration Database
  • Find A Grave
  • Compiled Service Records


    Volume: Reel 0005 - Compiled records showing service of military units in volunteer Union organizations - CONNECTICUT First Cavalry, First Heavy Artillery, Second Heavy Artillery, First Independent Battery, Light Artillery through Third Independent Battery, Light Artillery, First Infantry (3 Months, l86l) through Third Infantry, Fifth Infantry, Sixth Infantry

    Volume: Reel 0006 - Compiled records showing service of military units in volunteer Union organizations - CONNECTICUT Seventh Infantry through Eleventh Infantry

    Volume: Reel 0007 - Compiled records showing service of military units in volunteer Union organizations - CONNECTICUT Twelfth Infantry through Seventeenth Infantry

    Volume: Reel 0008 - Compiled records showing service of military units in volunteer Union organizations - CONNECTICUT Eighteenth Infantry Twentieth Infantry through Twenty-eighth Infantry Garrison Guard, Infantry

     

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