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Alabama Military Records

Alabama Civil War Service Cards File over 250,000 cards on file, courtesy Alabama Dept of Archives and History
Alabama Civil War Pension Applications a part of the USGenWeb Archives Pensions Project
Alabama Civil War Roots Homepage
Alabama in the Civil War Message Board
Alabama Soldiers With Florida Pensions
Civil War Military Units of Alabama
Civil War Rosters-Alabama
Iberville's Engagees (1697) a list of d'Iberville's Canadien recruits of July 6, 1697
"The Immortal Six Hundred" Roster of Alabama Officers and link to web site


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Korean Conflict Casualty List
USIGS Military Collection- Civil War Links: Alabama
Vietnam Conflict Casualty List
War of 1812 Soldiers From North Alabama
WW1 Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918 In 1917 and 1918, approximately 24 million men living in the US completed a World War I draft registration card. These registration cards represent approximately 98% of the men under the age of 46
World War I Gold Star Database courtesy Alabama Dept of Archives and History, this database is being developed from the Gold Star files of World War I Alabama service people who died during the war. The name "Gold Star" was derived from the gold stars awarded to mothers of service people who lost their lives
World War II Navy Casualties: Alabama
World War II Army Casualties: Alabama
36th Alabama Infantry Men buried at Confederate Rest Cemetery, Point Clear, Baldwin County, Alabama
45th Alabama Infantry Regiment Muster Roll
48th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment
63rd Alabama Infantry Regiment muster rolls, photos, unit histories

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Alabama Obituaries enter your Alabama ancestor's name to instantly search the world's largest newspaper archive; over 12 million newspaper pages
Alabama Birth Records
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Alabama Death Records

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