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Welcome to this group. Kansas was known as "The Soldier State" due to it's large population of Civil war Veterans in the 1880's and 1890's. Most of the early history makers in Kansas were either Civil war Veterans or their wives or children or had somebody in their family or acquaintance that were Civil war Veterans. This site is dedicated to honoring these brave veterans on both sides of this war that are buried here in Kansas. Also Kansas Civil war Soldiers buried elsewhere.


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    Apparently the use of alias names was more common than I thought. I already hav...

    jajacks6253 months ago0 replies

  • Served on both sides

    Morgan F. Trivett who I posted recently apparently had the disticnction of servi...

    jajacks6254 months ago1 replies


    I have found a website that is great for locating cemeteries to photograph. You...

    jajacks6254 months ago1 replies

  • Family Tree Magazine, May 2009

    I have been told (I don't have a subscribtion) that they featured the project an...

    jajacks6254 months ago1 replies

  • Going to Fort Dodge

    I plan next week while I am on my vacation to go to Fort Dodge and several weste...

    jajacks6254 months ago1 replies

  • A Commendable Project

    Kudos to you for the giant undertaking. This is indeed a wonderful way to Honor...

    Kansas_southwind54 months ago2 replies

  • Civil war Veterans Buried in Kansas

    Welcome to the group! I am hoping that I can get some people interested and get...

    jajacks6254 months ago3 replies

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