ROLL OF HONOR

(NO. X)




NAMES OF SOLDIERS

WHO DIED IN

DEFENCE OF THE AMERICAN UNION

INTERRED IN

WISCONSIN, NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, IOWA, MARYLAND
MISSOURI, NORTH CAROLINA, ARKANSAS, KANSAS
AND DAKOTA TERRITORY






"Yon faithful herald's blazon'd stone
   With mournful pride shall tell,
When many a vanished age hath flown,
   The story how ye fell;
Nor wreck, nor change, nor Winter's blight,
   Nor Time's remorseless doom,
Shall mar one ray of Glory's light
   That gilds your deathless tomb".


WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1866


GENERAL ORDERQUARTERMASTER GENERALíS OFFICE
No. 93Washington, D. C. , Dec 3, 1866

The following report of Brevet Lieutenant Colonel James M. Moore. Assistant Quartermaster U. S. Army, with reference to United States soldiers interred in cemeteries of the States of Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, Iowa. Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Arkansas, Kansas, and Dakota Territory, is published by authority of the Secretary of War, for the information of their surviving comrades and friends.

M. C. MEIGS
Quartermaster General. ,
Brevet Major General.



PREFACE

ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
DEPOT OF WASHINGTON, No. 151, G. STREET, NEAR 21ST
Washington, D. C. , November 27, 1866

GENERAL: I have the honor to transmit herewith, for publication, records of United States soldiers interred in Wisconsin, New York, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Arkansas, Kansas, and Dakota Territory, Alphabetically arranged with three letter index.

I am, general, very respectfully, your obedient servant.

JAS. M. MOORE

       Bvt. Lt. Col. and Asst. Q. M. U. S. Army

 Bvt. Maj. Gen. M. C. MEIGS
      Quartermaster General U. S. Army


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