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Lincoln County Kansas
MILITARY INFORMATION


CHARLES MINNICK, WAR OF 1812 VETERAN
Mr. Minnick is the only known War of 1812 veteran buried in Lincoln County.

CIVIL WAR ROSTER
Roster of Ex-Union Soldiers and Soldiers' Widows Residing in Lincoln County in 1889. Includes rank and company in which the soldier served

1883 LIST OF PENSIONERS
A listing of primarily Civil War pensioners living in Lincoln County in 1883. Contributed to the Kansas GenWeb archives project by Rosana Whitenight, October 1997

VETERAN INFORMATION FROM THE 1885 STATE CENSUS
Short military records taken from the pages of the census (a work in progress).

GRAVESTONES RECEIVED FOR VETERANS
A 1904 article about the G.A.R. received a shipment of headstones for war veterans. Includes names and regiments.

GAR MEMBERS
Civil War veteran who were members of the General Hazen G.A.R Post No. 258, Lincoln, Kansas, in 1917

SPANISH AMERICAN WAR
Company C, 22nd Regiment, Kansas Volunteer Infantry, mustered out November 3, 1898. Includes many Lincoln County residents

ADOLF ROENIGK'S CONTRIBUTION TO WAR EFFORT
In 1918 the former German provided photos to the U.S. government

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATIONS
An alphabetical list of those who registered for World War I in Lincoln County: A-E, F-L, M-S, T-Z

WORLD WAR I REGISTRATION CARDS
Some registration cards for Lincoln Countians who registered for World War I: Ab-An, Ar-Az, Ba-Ben (incomplete). This is a work in progress.

WORLD WAR I CASUALTIES
Lincoln County Casualties in the World War, 1918-1919

WORLD WAR I GUARD
10th Battalion of the Kansas State Guard in Lincoln County, 1917-1919, provided by the KSGenWeb Archives Project

WORLD WAR I WIDOWS AND MOTHERS
Lincoln County Widows and Mothers entitled to make prilgrimages to the graves of their loved ones at government expense.

LOYAL LEAGUE OF LINCOLN COUNTY
Activities of Lincoln County residents during WWI as reported in the book, History of the Kansas State Council of Defense.

WORLD WAR II VETERANS
Information on military personnel who served during this conflict from Lincoln County

MONUMENT IN FRANCE FOR WAR HERO KENNETH MARKLEY
A monument was erected in France in 2003 for Kenneth Markley of Lincoln County.

NEWS OF OUR MEN AND WOMEN IN UNIFORM
Scattered gleanings from the Lincoln Sentinel-Republican's column of that name during World War II

LINCOLN COUNTY VETERANS MEMORIAL
A transcription of the monument to Lincoln County natives killed in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam and the Cold War

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS
Newspaper article on the history of the Woman's Relief Corps, which disbanded in Lincoln County after 95 years


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Bill and Diana Sowers, Lincoln County Coordinators
Tracee Hamilton, Lincoln County Coordinator