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United We Stand

"In your hands, my dissatisfied fellow-countrymen, and not in mine, is the momentous issue of civil war. The Government will not assail you. You can have no conflict without being yourselves the aggressors. You have no oath registered in heaven to destroy the Government, while I shall have the most solemn one to preserve, protect, and defend it."

President Abraham Lincoln, 4 March 1861 



Edward Burton "Burt" Snedigar, 21st Iowa Reg. Vol. Inf.

Thomas C. McNary, 21st Iowa Reg. Vol. Inf.

Bradford Newcomb Talcott, 21st Iowa Reg. Vol. Inf.

John J. Robinson, 21st Iowa Reg, Vol. Inf.

Samuel Wallace Moore, 21st Iowa Reg. Vol. Inf.

William Snowden Warner, 21st Iowa Reg. Vol. Inf.

Fayette County Civil War Draft Registration,1863 and 1865

Oakdale (Old Oelwein) Cemetery Veterans

Fayette County Index of Civil War Soldiers, 1910 History of Fayette County

17th Annual Reunion of Fayette County Civil War Soldiers

Men who Served in the Civil War from Wadena

Josiah Smith Discharge

Martin M. Miles

Captain Washington W. Gardner




Fayette County Soldiers, Civil War Burials by Cemetery

~ All information compiled and submitted by "Anonymous" Volunteer ~

Alpha Apostolic (Dunkard) Bethel



Center Grove

Dover Public  

Dunham Grove
Eden Elgin God's Acre Grandview
Greenwood aka Murphy Groat (Arlington) Hawkeye Illyria
Immaculate Conception Lima Long Grove Mount Calvary (Holy Name)
Mount Pleasant Oak Lawn Oak Ridge Oakdale (Old Oelwein)
Old Catholic Oran Otsego (Union) Pleasant Grove
Pleasant Hill South Windsor St. Francis St. Joseph's Catholic
St. Peter's St. Petr Lutheran St. Rose Taylorville
Union (Putnam) Wadena Waucoma West Union
Windsor Woodlawn    
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