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NOTE: Additional records that apply to Cook County are also on the Illinois Military Records page.


Cook County Military Records

Able-bodied men, military census, 1861-1862 : a list of able-bodied male citizens between the ages of 18 and 45 from selected Cook County townships Family History Library

Civil War - 53rd Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry History US Gen Web

Illinois military census, 1861-1862 Family History Library

Index to The roll of honor, Cook County, Illinois WorldCat

Index to the Roll of honor Family History Library

List of pensioners, Chicago & Cook County, Illinois, January 1, 1883 : giving the name of each pensioner, the cause for which pensioned, the post office address, the rate of pension per month, and the date of original allowance Family History Library

Soldier naturalization petition record, 1920-1924 : v. 1, petitions no. 1-250 Family History Library

The roll of honor : containing the names of soldiers, sailors, and marines of all the wars of our country who are buried in the cemeteries of Cook County, or the Garden of the dead, together with the military record and place of burial of each of them as completely as they can be ascertained Family History Library

WWI - Casualties US Gen Web

Arlington Heights Military Records

Arlington Heights Military History Illinois Digital Archives

Chicago Military Records

Chicago World War I draftees, districts 3, 4, 5 and 70 Family History Library

Chicago's battery boys : the Chicago Mercantile Battery in the Civil War's western theater Family History Library

Confederate soldiers, sailors and civilians who died as prisoners of war at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill., 1862-1865 Family History Library

List of pensioners, Chicago & Cook County, Illinois, January 1, 1883 : giving the name of each pensioner, the cause for which pensioned, the post office address, the rate of pension per month, and the date of original allowance Family History Library

List showing inscriptions on monument to Confederate soldiers and sailors who, while prisoners of war, died at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, and were there buried, and subsequently removed, either to their respective homes, or to the Confederate Mound, Oak Woods Cemetery, Chicago. WorldCat

Our Regiment. A History of the 102d Illinois infantry volunteers with sketches of the Atlanta campaign the Georgia raid and the campaign of the Carolinas Making of America

Part of Chicago, Cook Co., Ill. veterans census, 1890 : these pages were in the 1890 Washington, D.C. & Misc. Veterans, roll no. M123-118 Family History Library

Register of Officers and Members of the Society of Colonial Wars, 1897-1898 : Constitution of the General Society Ancestry

Reminiscences of Chicago During the Civil War Ancestry

The Dearborns : a discourse commemorative of the eightieth anniversary of the occupation of Fort Dearborn, and the first settlement at Chicago : read before the Chicago Historical Society, Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1883 Family History Library

The History of the Thirty-Ninth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Veteran Infantry (Yates phalanx) in the war of the rebellion 1861-1865 Google Books

The History of the thirty-Ninth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Veteran Infantry (Yates Phalanx) in the War of the Rebellion Ancestry

To die in Chicago : Confederate prisoners at Camp Douglas, 1862-1865 Family History Library

U.S. Civil War, Roll of Honor, Vol. IX (Soldiers Buried in Camp Butler (African-American) & Chicago, Illinois) Ancestry

U.S. Civil War, Roll of Honor, Vol. XVIII (Rose Hill Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois) Ancestry

Harvey Military Records

Harvey, Illinois during World War II : extractions from the Harvey tribune, the Gold Star Honor Roll, and letters to the Behind-The-Scenes Committee; honoring the men and women from Harvey, Illinois who served in the armed forces during World War II Family History Library

Orland Military Records

Lest we forget -- : Orland Park salutes its veterans Family History Library

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