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Roll of Honor, Colored Soldiers, Kentucky

Roll of Honor No. XVII is a register of the Civil War dead, 1861-1865. "Quartermaster General's Office, General orders no. 20, June 9, 1868" from the title page. This government publication lists the names of 13,573 Union soldiers. The men are buried in national and public cemeteries in Kentucky, Indiana, and Georgia. Included are Colored soldiers buried in Kentucky.

Kentucky Cemeteries: For more see Roll of Honor by United States Army Quartermaster's Department.

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NKAA Source: Roll of honor. : (No. XVII.) : Names of soldiers who died in defense of the American union, interred in the national and public cemeteries in Kentucky, and at New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Madison, Indiana; Lawton (Millen,) and Andersonville, Georgia, (

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“Roll of Honor, Colored Soldiers, Kentucky,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed November 26, 2022, https://ukscrc001.net/nkaa/items/show/2617.

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