Macoupin County IL War Veterans Page

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Military Information
Macoupin County

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Revolutionary War Burials

Rev War Monument picture

George Rogers Clark Papers-IL
Black Hawk War Civil War

Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls Database
Mexican War
World War I
649 Men Registered at Staunton

War Registration Stages

How to get copies-
ask at the site

(such as original World War I Draft Registration Cards)
World War II List of 10 Macoupin Men
(Killed in the Korean War)
Searchable Illinois
State Archives Military
Soldier and Sailors Home
(1887-1916) -Macoupin Residents
1883 Federal Pension Roll Volume 1, pages 536 - 539
(of Macoupin County Soldiers)
An Excellent Book on
(how to track veterans)

War of 1812-1814 website
(learn about the war at this site)

Big John Malnar
WWII, Korea, Vietnam
Daughters of Union Veterans
(Civil War 1861-1865)

Thank you, Veterans!

The WWI draft registration applied to men born from 1873 to 1900.
"The first registration for WWI was for men aged 21 to 31 on 5 June 1917.
The second (5 June 1918) was for men who turned 21 after 5 June 1917.
The third and final registration was for all men aged 18 to 21 and 31 to 45 on 18 September 1918."
Info from John Scroggins

An excellent book on how to track veterans down is Richard S. Johnson's
"How To Locate Anyone Who Is Or Has Been In The Military." It is updated regularly.
Amazon and most big bookstores have it. Information from John Scroggins

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