Archive for category Military Records: Burials
American Battle Monuments Commission
The American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) was established by Congress in 1923 to commemorate the service, achievements, and sacrifice of U.S. armed forces where they have served overseas since 1917.
Web page has WWII Registry.
Arlington National Cemetery
National Society of Daughters of American Revolution (DAR)
Up to 1967, the Annual Reports of the DAR have a section “Graves of soldiers of the Revolution.” The names are listed by state.
Location: Many of these reports have been published in the United State Serial Set, which is available at the Morris Library.
National Society Sons of the American Revolution
American Military Cemeteries: A Comprehensive Illustrated Guide to the Hallowed Grounds of the United States, Including Cemeteries Overseas. By Dean W. Holt. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1992.
Morris Library Reference UB393 .H65 1992.
Example from Patriot Grave Search:
|Patriot Name||Military Rank||State of Service||Cemetery||Location||Born||Died||Citation||Quality|
|COLEMAN, Robert||Soldier||SC||nr Feasterville, Fairfield County, SC||1796||36th-45th Annual Reports DAR. Senate documents (United States Congress, Senate). Government Printing Office: Washington, DC||not evaluated|
To find the cited information:
Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Annual Reports were printed as Senate Documents. That means they are available in a cumulative set of bound Congressional publications called the Serial Set. The UD library has the Serial Set.
Problem: The information given here is not sufficient to find these reports.
Solution: Consult LexisNexis Congressional; the database that gives information about congressional publications. You can find this on the Library Databases page.
In LexisNexis Congressional, search for:
Daughters of American Revolution
Jump to the results for Serial Set and scroll down through the results.
|TITLE: 36th report of National Society of Daughters of American Revolution, Apr. 1, 1932-Apr. 1, 1933 CIS-NO: 9787 S.doc.118
DOC-TYPE: Serial Set Collection
DOC-NO: S.doc.118, 73-2
SERIAL-VOL-NO: 9787 ←—
The 36th DAR report was printed in volume 9787 of the Serial Set as Senate Document 118. This was in 1934 in the 73rd Congress, Second Session.
When you search in DELCAT for the title Serial Set, you find that there is a link to click: University of Delaware Library Serial Set holdings.
You find that volume number 9787 is located in the Morris Library in the U.S. Documents collection on the Lower Level.
There are maps of each floor of the Library to pick up at the Information and Reference desks. The maps are also on the web.
You would follow the same procedure for the rest of the Annual Reports.
Each DAR Annual Report has a section “Graves of soldiers of the Revolution.” The names are listed by state.
I found Robert Coleman in the 45th annual report.
45th Report of National Society of Daughters of American Revolution, Apr. 1, 1941-Apr. 1, 1942. 77th Cong., 2; Serial Set 10675 sess., 1942, p. 161.
View title page of 45th Annual Report:
View listing for New York – South Carolina:
Extract of page showing entry for Robert Coleman: