Veterans of Taylor County, Iowa

 
 
Civil War:
Civil War Soldiers from Taylor County, Iowa in 1st-8th Regiments [Volume 1].
 
Civil War draftees 1863
 
Brown, Jerry - Civil War Article: "Realistic View of War as Told by Jerry Brown." part 1 and part 2
 
Hankins, Abraham - Certificate of Exemption for a drafted person -
 
Letter - Eells, N.E. - Civil War letter from N.E. Eells to Martha Ann Eells Chapman- Submitted by: Sandi Pope - budababy@wizzards.net
 
Letter = Peterman, William Parker - Civil War letter
Submitted by Greg Peterman
 
Civil War Paper:  Company F Twenty-ninth Iowa Infantry
A paper written by Pat O'Dell for a Civil War
class at Northwest Missouri State University,
Maryville, Mo, 20 Nov 1987
 
Rigsby, Tolbert S. - tombstone picture in National Cemetery
 
John F. Salsbury Born Jan. 10, 1821 Died May 4, 1863
John Friend Salsbury, son of Howard Salsbury and Rebecca Pratt, was born Jan. 10, 1821 in Tinmouth, Rutland Co., Vermont and died May 4, 1863 in Helena, Phillips Co. Arkansas. He married Mary Ann DeWolf in 1846 in Erie Co., Pennsylvania. He enlisted in Co. F, 29th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Aug. 9, 1862 and died of typhoid fever May 5, 1863 in Helena, Phillips Co., Arkansas. He is buried in Memphis National Cemetery, Memphis, Shelby Co., Tennessee.
Submitted by volunteer Julia Johnson
 
World War II:
Weldon Jones WWII war memories - by Joyce Whitehead Orr, Feb 2016
 
Veterans:

Courthouse Lists

a-names b-names c-names
d/e-names f/g-names h-names
i/l-names m-names n/p-names
r/s-names t/z-names  
 
Veterans living in Iowa 1886:
a-f names, g-m names, n-z names, Mexican War
 
World War I:
Tracy, Glenn M. in 1918
Veterans killed in the 168th Infantry World War I
 
World War II:
Articles from the Bedford newspaper - the War begins