Tama County Military Veterans

Early Veterans of Tama County
Civil War

Chapter XV of History of Tama County (1883), The War for the Union has a detailed description of the role of Tama County in the Civil War. At the end is a list of Honored Dead.

Civil War Veterans buried in Tama County

Pension Record of Orlando H. Godfrey for his son, Charles H. Godfrey

Pension Record of Ann Durgan for her son, Steven A. Stiles

Memorial Flagpole Dedicated to the J.G. Safley G.A.R. Post in 1925
by the Kubik-Finch American Legion Post, Traer

See also Iowa in the Civil War, an IAGenWeb Project, including
the roster of Company C, 10th Iowa Infantry, from Tama County.

List of Pensioners 1883

1885 List of Veterans Living in Tama County

1886 Muster Roll - Reserves

Spanish-American War Veterans

World War I

WWI Veterans - Biographies (some with photos) - from SR

WWI Veterans - names and some info - from SR

WWI Veterans - Biographies (some with photos) - from TC

WWI Veterans - names and some info - from TC

Arch at Taylor Park in Traer, Gift From WWI Vets, 1923

Listing of Traer Soldiers Whereabouts on 11 Nov 1918

See also Iowa in the Great War, an IAGenWeb Project.

World War II

US Army Enlistments 1939-1946

WWII Veterans - Biographies (some with photos) - from SR
WWII Veterans - names only - from SR

WWII Army Reserve Corps Members from Tama County

WWII Vignettes submitted by Tama County genealogists

WWII Honor List of Dead and Missing from Army and Army Air Forces

See also Iowa in WWII, an IAGenWeb Project.

Meskwaki Code Talkers

Korean War

Casualties from the Korean War

Vietnam War

Casualties from the Vietnam War

US Military Casualties after the Vietnam War


The Iowa Pathways website has a great deal of information on Iowa history, including its participation in military conflicts.
[The site seems to be down. I will relink if I notice it coming back.]

Abbreviations:
SR = "Service Record/World Wars I and II/Traer, Iowa and Community"
TC = "Tama County in the World War"

This page was last updated 9 Oct 2017 by William Haloupek.