The Story of the American Expeditionary Forces

87th Division

Genealogical Resources


AEF Members

Presented by the Great War Society

World War I Victory Medal

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Learning About Your
Doughboy Relative

Frequently Asked

Military Indexes of the World War

Many Military Sources
for Genealogical Researchers

WWI Records at Access Genealogy

Lists Included
by Service, State and Cemetery

Veteran's Administration
National Gravesite Locator

See ABMC Entry Next for Overseas Burials

American Battle Monuments Commission
WWI Overseas Gravesite Locator

Carroll County, Illinois

World War I Veterans -
Honor Roll

Stephenson County, Illinois

World War I Veterans -
The Polaris 1919 and Honor Roll

Vandenburgh County, Indiana
Gold Star Soldiers

Biographies of County Men
Killed in the Great War

Tallapoosa County, Alabama
A Few Soldiers of Old Tallapoosa

County Men of the
Civil War & Great War
Washington, Pennsylvania

State Historical Society, Kansas

World War I
State Archives Resources

Michigan Soldiers

From Soldiers of the Great War, WWI

Missourians in the First World War

From Scott K. Williams of Florissant, Missouri
Washington, Pennsylvania

Washington, Pennsylvania

Veterans Corner Index,
World War I Listings

Tennesseans in World War I

A variety of material about Tennessee natives who served
Wayne County, Tennessee

Wayne County, Tennessee

Biographies of County Men
Who served in the Great War

Milwaukee County Library, Wisconsin

Photographic Data Base of 3,192 County Citizens
Who Served in the World War

Sources and thanks: Chris Myers, Vandenburgh County, Edgar Byler, Wayne County; Ronnie Aungst, Michigan; Debbie McConnel, Tennessee. MH

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