Thursday, May 5, 2011

ST. LOUIS CEMETERY LISTS AND DEATH REGISTERS, 1764-1999: PART IX

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1917-1942

Hawkins, Robert. “Fratellanza Society Burial Records.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly 28:2 (Summer 1995): 37-41. HG-P

List of members of this Italian-American society buried in Calvary Catholic Cemetery 1867-1941 (most are for the period 1867-1920). Includes some burials of children of members. Listings provide name and date of burial.

Missouri. Confederate Soldiers’ Home. Biennial Reports (1897-1940). Higginsville, MO: Confederate Soldiers’ Home, 1897.1940. ST-362.8

Reports vary, but generally include listings of deaths of residents during the reporting period. Death listings include name, date of death, and sometimes place of burial.

Missouri. Federal Soldiers’ Home of St. James, Missouri. Biennial Reports (1901-1940). St. James, MO: Federal Soldiers’ Home, 1901-1940. ST-362.8

Reports vary, but generally include a listing of deaths of residents of the home during the reporting period. Death listings include name, date of death, and place of burial.

Old Cemeteries, St. Louis County, Mo. St. Louis, Mo.: St. Louis Genealogical Society, 1982-, 4 vols. HG,ST-929.3778

Volume 1 listings cover mostly the period 1870-1930, with a few listings extending into the 1960s; volume 2 listings primarily cover the period 1840-1920.

Soldiers of the Great War. Compiled by W.M. Haulsee, F.G. Howe, and A.C. Doyle. Washington, D.C.: Soldiers’ Record Publishing Association, 1920, 3 volumes. ST-940.91

This book set lists (by state) United States Army soldiers killed during World War I.

“Violent Deaths in Missouri, 1840-1918 (selected).” Pioneer Times 8:1 (January 1984). HG-P

Abstracts of miscellaneous newspaper articles on violent deaths during the period listed (some St. Louis).

“Violent Deaths in Missouri, 1866-1925 (selected).” Pioneer Times 9:2 (April 1985). HG-P

Abstracts of miscellaneous newspaper articles on violent deaths during the period listed (some St. Louis).

“Weick Undertakers Records, 1911-1950.” St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly: vol. VII, no. 4 (December 1974): 79; vol. VIII, no. 1 (March 1975): 17; vol. VIII, no. 2 (June 1975): 35; and vol. VIII, no. 3 (September 1975): 69. HG-P St. Louis

Zimmer, Keith B. St. Louis Obituary Index, 1918-1919: Obituaries, Death Notices,and Burial Permits Appearing in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper. St. Louis Public Library, 1999-2000. HG,MI-071.7866

Newspaper death notices for this period include numerous listings for soldiers and sailors killed or wounded in action, or who were listed as prisoners of war or as missing in action. These listings are available in book form at our Compton Genealogy Branch, and on our website. Note the special lists that have been compiled for World War I Casualties, Prisoners of War, and African-American Prisoners of War:

SLPL Obituary Index

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