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    Bibliography of Military History

    HSCC owns a number of resource materials that may help a researcher identify a Carroll Countian who had Federal military service (U.S. Army, Coast Guard, Navy, Marine Corps, Maryland Militia and National Guard). Many are published works that are available to library patrons during regular library hours. In addition, staff research files may contain information about local service personnel. Sources that deal primarily with military history have not been included. Items in the Rare Book and Manuscript Collections are usually available upon request to staff; advance notice is required.

    TITLE
    HSCC  CALL  NUMBER

    COLONIAL WARS, 1634-1774

    Murtie June Clark, Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774 
    (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1983). 
    *Contains selected rosters of officers and enlisted men of Gooch's American Regiment and from the colonies of Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and miscellaneous units. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL COL

    Francis Barnum Culver, Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland, Genealogies of the Members Records of Services of Ancestors, Vol. II 
    (Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Co. for The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland, 1940).
    *Contains genealogies of 950 Maryland members with an ancestor who served in a colonial war.

    929.1 CUL

    Richard F. Ober, Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland, Genealogies of the Members, 1940-1994 and Record of Services of Ancestors, Vol. III
    (Baltimore: James P Macfarlane for The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Maryland, 1995)
    *An updated version of Culver's work.

    929.1 OBE

    Henry C. Peden, Jr., Colonial Maryland Soldiers and Sailors, 1634-1734
    (Westminster: Willow Bend Books, 2001).
    *Contains biographical information about military personnel who served during the first century of Maryland’s history. Well documented with sources.

    929.3 MIL COL

    FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR, 1757-1763

    T. J. C. Williams and Folger McKinsey, History of Frederick County, Maryland
    (2 Vols., 1910, Rpt. Baltimore: Regional Publishing Co., 1967). 
    *Appendix 3 (Vol. I, pp. 660-670) contains a roster of Maryland troops, 1757-1759, with unit assignment and dates of service, reprinted from Maryland Historical Magazine, September 1910.

    975.287 WIL

    REVOLUTIONARY WAR, 1774-1783

    Francis B. Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, from its Organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903
    (2 vols., Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903).
    *Vol. 1 contains service records for Marylanders commissioned as regular Army officers. Entries occasionally provide pre- and post-Civil War regular or volunteer, enlisted or commissioned service and a date of death.

    Rare Book Collection

    Nannie Armistead I’Anson, Comp., Directory of Maryland State Society of Daughters of the American Revolution and Their Revolutionary War Ancestors 1965-1980
    (n. p.: Maryland Society, Daughter of the American Revolution, 1985)
    *Contains brief lineages of Maryland DAR members, an updated version of Motsinger.

    929.3 DAR

    Nancy Rice Kidoo, Hessians in Western Maryland
    (By author: 1990).
    *Contains several lists of Hessian deserters who settled in Western Maryland and an excellent bibliography.

    929.3 MIL REV

    Lion G. Miles, "Prisoners of War in Frederick County Maryland, During the American Revolution." Der Reggeboge, Journal of the Pennsylvania German Society
    Vol. 23, No. 2 (1989): pp. 41-80.
    *Contains detailed biographical and genealogical information about Hessian prisoners of war many of whom later settled in Western Maryland.

    929.3 MIL REV

    Minnie Naugle Motsinger, Comp., Directory of Maryland State Society Daughters of the American Revolution and Their Revolutionary Ancestors, 1892-1965
    (n. p.: Maryland State Society Daughters of the American Revolution, 1966).
    *Contains brief lineages of Maryland DAR members who traced their ancestry to a Revolutionary War patriot.

    929.3 DAR

    National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution,DAR Patriot Index
    (Washington: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1966).
    *Contains listings of Patriots with brief military and genealogical information compiled from DAR membership applications. Three supplements provide additional names.

    929.3 DAR

    National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The First Supplement to the DAR Patriot Index
    (Washington: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1969)

    929.3 DAR

    National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, The Second Supplement to the DAR Patriot Index
    (Washington: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1973)

    929.3 DAR

    National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution,The Third Supplement to the DAR Patriot Index
    (Washington: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1976)

    929.3 DAR

    National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Patriot Index, Centennial Edition
    (Washington: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1990).
    *An updated version of 1966 Patriotic Index and Supplements. Part I: A-F, Part II: G-O and Part III: P-Z.

    929.3 DAR

    Harry Wright Newman, Maryland Revolutionary Records, Data Compiled from 3,500 Pension Claims and Bounty Land Applications, Including 1,000 Marriages of Maryland Soldiers and a List of 1,200 Proved Services of Soldiers and Patriots of other States
    (Washington: Tuttle Publishing Co.,1939, rpt., Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., n.d.)
    *Contains brief data abstracted from pension and bounty land applications. Unfortunately, Newman eliminated information about "identified colored veterans and of several native Europeans who had contracted marriages with women not of their race."

    929.3 MIL REV

    Thiemann Scott Offutt, et. al., Patriotic Maryland and the Maryland Society Sons of the American Revolution
    (Baltimore: Maryland Society Sons of the American Revolution, 1930)
    *Contains a list of Maryland Patriots and their descendants who were members of the Maryland Society Sons of the American Revolution.

    929.3 MIL REV

    Henry C. Peden, Jr., Revolutionary Patriots of Frederick County, Maryland, 1775-1783
    (Westminster, Md.: Family Line Publications, 1995)
    *Abstracts of service and biographical records of Frederick County men who served in the military, pledged their service, tendered military aid to the army, took the Oath of Fidelity, etc. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL REV

    Alycon Trubey Pierce, Selected Final Pension Payment Vouchers, 1818-1864, Maryland: Baltimore
    (Lovettsville, Va.: Willow Bend Books, 1997)
    *Contains entries for pensioners, either veterans and/or their next of kin, who received a last or final Federal pension payment. Compiled from records at the National Archives, Record Group 217. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL REV

    Henry J. Retzer, The German Regiment of Maryland and Pennsylvania in the Continental Army, 1776-1781
    (Westminster: Willow Bend Books, Revised Edition, 2000)
    *Contains a history of the German Regiment and entries for known officers and enlisted men. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL REV

    State of Maryland, Archives of Maryland, Vol. XVIII: Muster Rolls and Other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution, 1775-1783
    (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1900)
    *Contains transcriptions of muster rolls of Maryland military units. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL REV

    EARLY NATIONAL PERIOD, 1784-1811

    Joshua Gist, Account Book, 1774-1823
    *Lt. Col. Joshua Gist kept militia records related to his service as the commanding officer of the 20th Regiment, Maryland Militia, 1794-1796 in a general ledger. He recorded orders, rosters of the various companies and battalions, lists of drafted men and their substitutes, conscientious men, and lists of men fined for failure to appear at periodic musters.

    copy collection

    Military Records: United States Soldiers, 1784-1811, Family Archive CD 146
    (Broderbund, 1999)
    *Contains electronically-reproduced images of a card index to compiled service records for 21,000 volunteer soldiers who served from twenty-two states and territories between 1784 and 1811. The index was compiled from nine rolls of National Archives microfilm.

    WAR OF 1812, 1812-1814

    Dennis F. Blizzard, The Roster of the General Society of the War of 1812, 1989
    (Mendenhall, Pa.: The General Society of the War of 1812, 1989)
    *Contains roster of members and suggestions for additional research. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL 1812

    Dennis F. Blizzard and Thomas L. Hollowak, A Chronicle of the War of 1812 Soldiers, Seaman and Marines, 1989
    (Westminster, Md.: Family Line Publications for the Society of the War of 1812 in Maryland, 1993)
    *Contains biographical data about the ancestors of society members. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL 1812

    Francis B. Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, from its Organization , September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903
    (2 vols., Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903)
    *Vol. 1 contains service records for Marylanders commissioned as regular Army officers. Entries occasionally provide pre- and post-war regular or volunteer, enlisted or commissioned service and a date of death.

    Rare Book Collection

    Sallie A. Mallick and F. Edward Wright, Frederick County Militia in the War of 1812
    (Westminster, Md.: Family Line Publications, 1992)
    *Abstracts of service and biographical records of nearly 3,000 Frederick County men who served in the defense of Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL 1812

    William M. Marine, The British Invasion of Maryland, 1812-1815
    (Rpt., Hatboro, Pa.: Tradition Press, 1965)
    *Contains a history of the War of 1812 in Maryland and an appendix with service records for 11,000 Marylanders compiled by Louis H. Dielman. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL 1812

    Col. Frederick I. Ordway, Jr., Roster of the General Society of the War of 1812, 1972
    (Washington: The General Society of the War of 1812, 1972)
    *Contains roster and genealogies of members and suggestions for additional research. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL 1812

    F. Edward Wright, Maryland Militia, War of 1812, Volume 2, Baltimore
    (Baltimore: Family Line, 1979)
    *Contains abstracts of muster, pay, and receipt rolls, Maryland Adjutant General papers, and Record of Commissions of Maryland militia officers. Indexed

    929.3 MIL 1812

    ANTEBELLUM PERIOD, 1815-1860

    List of Members of the Taneytown Guards, April 18th 1840
    *A manuscript roster of the officers and enlisted men of this volunteer militia unit.

    Manuscript Collection
    92.30.1

    "Carroll Guards Company Roll, 5th June 1860"
    *This framed roster contains the names of the officers and enlisted men of the Carroll Guards, a volunteer militia unit organized on June 5, 1860. The unit was disbanded near the outbreak of the Civil War and many members enlisted in several Maryland volunteer regiments (U. S. A.).

    Manuscript Collection
    J. Leland Jordan Collection
    55.528

    WAR WITH MEXICO, 1846-1848

    Michael A. Grimes and Thomas L. Hollowak “An Index to the Record of Membership of the Association of Veterans of the Mexican War, 1876-1895”
    Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin, Volume 27, No. 3 (Summer 1986) pp. 293-299.
    *A list of the 243 members of the Baltimore chapter of the Association of Mexican War Veterans abstracted from the original membership book in the collection of the Baltimore City Archives (Manuscript 11).

    CIVIL WAR - CONFEDERATE, 1861-1865

    Daniel D. Hartzler, Marylanders in the Confederacy
    (Silver Spring, MD: Family Line Publications, 1986).
    *Contains brief service records with references to an excellent bibliography for nearly 12,000 Marylanders who served in Confederate service.

    929.3 MIL CIV

    Francis B. Heitman,Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, from its Organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903
    (2 vols., Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903).
    *Vol. 1 contains service records for Marylanders commissioned as Regular Army officers, including those who became Confederates. Entries occasionally provide pre- and post-Civil War regular or volunteer, enlisted or commissioned service and a date of death.

    Rare Book Collection

    CIVIL WAR - UNION, 1861-1865

    Charles A. Earp and Peter L. Johnston, Comps., These Honored Dead: A Roster of Over 2500 Maryland Union Soldiers Buried in National Cemeteries
    (Westminster: Willow Bend Books, 2001)
    *Contains entries for Maryland Union soldiers buried in Federal cemeteries throughout the United States, abstracted from the Roll of Honor and augmented with information from theHistory and Roster of the Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-1865 and other sources.

    929.3 MIL CIV

    Francis B. Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, from its Organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903
    (2 vols., Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903)
    *Vol. 1 contains service records for Marylanders commissioned as Regular Army officers. Entries occasionally provide pre- and post-war regular or volunteer, enlisted or commissioned service and a date of death.

    Rare Book Collection

    Martha and Bill Reamy, History and Roster of the Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-1865, Index
    (Westminster, Md.: Family Line Publications, 1990)
    *An index to both volumes of Wilmer's History and Roster of the Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-1865.

    929.3 MIL CIV

    Roll of Honor: Civil War Union Soldiers Family Archive CD 351
    (Broderbund, 1996)
    *Contains images of the pages in the Roll of Honor listing the burial locations of nearly 191,000 Union soldiers.

    L. Allison Wilmer, et al, History and Roster of the Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-1865
    (2 vols., Baltimore: State of Maryland, 1898, Vol. 1, Rpt. 1987)
    *Contains brief unit histories and rosters for Maryland Volunteer regiments. Vol. 1 includes Volunteer Army artillery, cavalry and infantry units. Vol. 2 includes Regular and Volunteer U.S. Navy and Marine Corps officers and Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel. Vol. 2 also includes rosters of the United States Colored Troops primarily raised in Maryland, including the 4th, 7th, 9th, 19th, 30th and 39th Infantry Regiments.

    929.3 MIL CIV

    United States, Eleventh Census of the United States, Special Schedule of Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines and Widows, Etc.
    (Washington: 1890)
    *Copied from microfilmed records at the National Archives, contains lists by election district of Union survivors. Entries provide, unit, rank, dates of service and any service related disabilities.

    929.3 CENSUS 1890

    INDIAN WARS, 1866-1890

    Francis B. Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, from its Organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903
    (2 vols., Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903)
    *Vol. 1 contains service records for Marylanders commissioned as Regular Army officers. Entries occasionally provide pre- and post-Indian War regular or volunteer, enlisted or commissioned service and a date of death.

    Rare Book Collection

    Minute Book, Carroll Guards, 1867.
    *The Minutes contain references to the “gentlemen” who were nominated and elected to membership in this Westminster militia unit.

    Manuscript Collection
    90.3

    SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, 1898

    Francis B. Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, from its Organization , September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903
    (2 vols., Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903)
    *Vol. 1 contains service records for Marylanders commissioned as regular Army officers. Entries occasionally provide pre- and post-war regular or volunteer, enlisted or commissioned service and a date of death. Vol. 2 (pp. 185-272) contains a list of officers of volunteer organizations; most did not have other Regular Army service and, therefore, are not found in Vol. 1.

    Rare Book Collection

    PHILIPPINE INSURRECTION, 1901

    Francis B. Heitman,Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, from its Organization , September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903
    (2 vols., Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903)
    *Vol. 1 contains service records for Marylanders commissioned as regular Army officers. Entries occasionally provide pre- and post-war regular or volunteer, enlisted or commissioned service and a date of death. Vol. 2 (pp. 185-172) contains a list of officers of volunteer organizations; most did not have other Regular Army commissioned service and, therefore, are not found in Vol. 1.

    Rare Book Collection

    MEXICAN BORDER CRISIS, 1916

    Jay A. Graybeal, Carroll County and the Great War for Civilization, 1917-1919
    (Westminster, Md.: Historical Society of Carroll County, 1993)
    *Chapter 1 describes the participation of Co. H, 1st Maryland Infantry, and the Regimental Band, 1st Maryland Infantry, Maryland National Guard. A roster is included on pp. 3-4. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL WWI

    First Maryland Infantry Regiment, Roster, First Maryland Infantry Regiment, Border Service, July, 1916
    (Eagle Pass, Tx..: n.p, c.1916)
    *Contains a roster of the 1st Maryland Infantry, Maryland National Guard, during the Mexican Border Crisis.

    929.3 MIL WWI

    Celia D. Mitchell, Comp., Carroll County, Maryland: Brief Historical Sketch [and] General Resume of Leading Financial and Educational Institutions, Industries, and Business Houses
    (Westminster, Md.: The Times Printing Co., 1920)
    *Includes a roster of service personnel of Co. H, 1st Maryland Infantry and Regimental Band, 1st Maryland Infantry, during the Mexican Border Crisis.

    Manuscript Collection

    WORLD WAR I, 1917-1919

    Carroll County Council of Defense, Seboure Card File
    *Compiled by Nellie K. Seboure, an employee of the Carroll County Council of Defense, the 3" x 5" typed cards contain brief biographical and service information, including names of parents, military unit and occasionally a service number of Carroll County service personnel.

    Manuscript Collection
    J. Leland Jordan Collection
    55.528

    John A. Cutchins and George S. Stewart, Jr., History of 29th Division "Blue and Gray", 1917-1919
    (Philadelphia: by authors, 1921)
    *Includes a roster of members of the division, with unit assignments, who served from 1917-1919.

    Rare Book Collection
    98.41.2

    Jay A. Graybeal, Carroll County and the Great War for Civilization, 1917-1919
    (Westminster, Md.: Historical Society of Carroll County, 1993)
    *The most comprehensive source for Carroll Countians. Includes essays on the Mexican Border Crisis, civilian war work, soldier writings, roll of honor and service records for nearly 1,250 local service men and women. Indexed.

    929.3 MIL WWI

    Sterling W. Hoover, Company H, 115th. Infantry Regiment, 29th. Division Scrapbook
    (Hampstead, Md.: by author, 1994)
    *Contains a roster of Co. C, 112th Machine Gun Battalion, 79th Division with dates of death and burial locations for most members.

    929.3 MIL WWI

    J. Leland Jordan, Activities of Carroll County, Maryland During the World War: Clippings From Westminster Papers
    Scrapbook
    *A large format scrapbook containing local newspaper clippings about service personnel and civilian war work organizations clipped from the American Sentinel, the Democratic Advocate and The Times. No Index.

    Manuscript Collection
    J. Leland Jordan Collection
    55.528

    Chaplains F.C. Reynolds and William F. McLaughlin, 115th Infantry, U.S.A. in the World War
    (Baltimore: by authors, 1920)
    *Includes lists of members of the regiment who were awarded decorations or who died in service.

    Rare Book Collection
    98.41.1

    79th Division Association, History Committee, The History of the 79th Division, A.E.F. During the World War: 1917-1919
    (Lancaster, Pa.: Steinman & Steinman, 1922)
    *Includes lists of unit members of the division who were awarded decorations or died in service from 1917-1919.

    Rare Book Collection

    State of Maryland, Carroll County Draft Registration Forms, April 1917
    *Includes carbon copies of draft registration forms of Carroll County men who registered in April 1917. A typical form provides place of residence, date and place of birth, names of dependants, occupation, and other information. Records survive for all election districts except District 13, Mount Airy.

    Manuscript Collection
    J. Leland Jordan Collection
    55.528

    State of Maryland, War Records Commission, Maryland in the World War, 1917-1919: Military and Service Records
    (2 vols., Baltimore: Maryland War Records Commission, 1933)
    *The most comprehensive source for Marylanders. Contains information about the organization of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps during World War I; histories of units composed primarily of Marylanders; American and foreign decorations to Marylanders; a Roll of Honor and service records for 64,000 Maryland men and women.

    929.3 MIL WWI

    Celia D. Mitchell, Comp., Carroll County, Maryland: Brief Historical Sketch [and] General Resume of Leading Financial and Educational Institutions, Industries, and Business Houses
    (Westminster, Md.: The Times Printing Co., 1920)
    *Includes an alphabetical list of service personnel from Carroll County, some of whom lived in adjacent counties or were former county residents.

    Manuscript Collection

    Raymond S. Tompkins, Maryland Fighters in the Great War
    (Baltimore: Thomas & Evans Printing Co., 1919)
    *Includes selected lists and rosters of several units composed primarily of Marylanders including the 115th and 313th Infantry Regiments; 117th Trench Mortar Battery; 2nd ;Battalion, 110th Field Artillery Regiment and Battery F, 58th Regiment [Coastal Artillery Corps] First Army Artillery. An Honor Roll of Maryland fatal casualties is also included.

    Manuscript Collection
    J. Leland Jordan Collection
    55.528

    Charles Fisher Wantz, Comp., Roll of Honor, Carroll County, Maryland
    (Westminster, Maryland: Carroll County Chapter, American Red Cross, 1918)
    *Issued as a poster in December 1918 as part of Red Cross fund drive. Includes an alphabetical list of service personnel, some of whom lived in adjacent counties or were former county residents.

    Manuscript Collection
    55.457.1

    WORLD WAR II, 1939-1945

    Carroll County Committee, Maryland War Records Division World War II Service Record Cards For Marylanders
    *The most comprehensive source for Carroll Countians. Typed 5" x 7" cards for Carroll Countians prepared by Historical Society volunteers and used to compile the five volume Maryland In World War II, Register of Service Records. The cards contain biographical and service information, including service dates, unit assignments, promotions, campaign participation, decorations, wounds, etc.

    Manuscript Collection
    HSCC Archives

    Hugh Latimer Elderdice, Jr., World War II Scrapbook
    *Contains local newspaper clippings about Carroll County service personnel, including obituaries for many fatal casualties.

    Manuscript Collection
    Scrapbook 3

    Hugh Latimer Elderdice, Jr., Co. H Scrapbook of Hugh Latimer Elderdice, Jr., Capt.
    *Contains local newspaper clippings about Co. H. 115th Infantry Regiment c. 1940-1941. Includes lists of service personnel.

    Manuscript Collection
    Scrapbook 98

    Sterling W. Hoover, Company H, 115th. Infantry Regiment, 29th. Division Scrapbook
    (Hampstead, Md.: by author, 1994)
    *Contains copies of official rosters, newspaper clippings and other items related to the unit and service personnel.

    929.3 MIL WWII

    Maryland Historical Society, War Records Division, Maryland In World War II, Register of Service Records
    (5 vols., Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1965)
    *Contains brief service records including, name, highest wartime rank, branch of service, service number and community.

    929.3 MIL WWII

    Maryland Historical Society, War Records Division, Maryland In World War II, Volume I, Military Participation
    (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1950)

    929.3 MIL WWII

    Maryland Historical Society, War Records Division, Maryland In World War II, Volume II, Industry and Agriculture
    (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1951)

    929.3 MIL WWII

    Maryland Historical Society, War Records Division, Maryland In World War II, Volume III, Home Front Volunteer Services
    (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1958)

    929.3 MIL WWII

    Maryland Historical Society, War Records Division, Maryland In World War II, Volume IV, Gold Star Honor Roll
    (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society, 1956)
    *Contains lists of fatal casualties by county and for Baltimore City.

    929.3 MIL WWII

    National Publishers, Young American Patriots: The Youth of Maryland and Delaware in World War II
    (Richmond, Virginia: National Publishers, Inc., 1950)
    *Includes an illustrated chapter of Carroll County service personnel who subscribed to the book. Original is in the Rare Book Collection, 96.90.1

    Vertical File

    KOREAN WAR, 1950-1953

    Church of Jesus Christ and Latter-day Saints, Family Search, U. S. Military Index
    *Contains information only for fatal casualties, including service number, date and place of death.

    Family Search
    CD-ROM

    VIETNAM WAR, 1963-1973

    Church of Jesus Christ and Latter-day Saints, Family Search, U. S. Military Index
    *Contains information only for fatal casualties, including service number, date and place of death.

    Family Search
    CD-ROM

    Gary Jestes and Jay Graybeal, Tours of Duty: Carroll County and the Vietnam War
    (Westminster, Maryland: Historical Society of Carroll County, 2007)
    *Contains a list of local service personnel compiled from newspaper articles, biographical sketches of Carroll County KIAs, biographical sketches of several Carroll County soldiers and a bibliography of newspaper articles about service personnel.

    PERSIAN GULF WAR, 1990-1991

    Vertical File
    *Contains photocopies of local newspaper articles regarding local service personnel.

    Prepared by Jay A. Graybeal.

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