Thursday, May 12, 2011

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

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1942-1945

Missouri. Federal Soldiers’ Home of St. James, Missouri. Biennial Reports (1901-1946). St. James, MO: Federal Soldiers’ Home, 1901-1946. ST-362.8

Reports vary, but usually have a listing of residents who died 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 some listings extending into the 1960s.

Saint Louis (Mo.). 28th Ward. 28th Ward Honor Roll: Dedicated to the Men and Women of the 28th Ward Serving in the Armed Forces of Their Country. Saint Louis, MO: 1944. ST-940.92

United States. Coast Guard. Summary of Merchant Marine Personnel Casualties, World War II. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950. ST-940.42

United States. Navy Department. Office of Information. Casualty Records Section. Combat-Connected Naval Casualties, World War II, by States: U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946. HG-940.92

United States. Navy Department. Office of Information. Casualty Records Section. Non-combat Dead: Missouri. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1948. ST-Oversize 940.5467778

United States. Navy Department. Office of Information. Casualty Records Section. State Summary of War Casualties, Missouri. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Printing Office, 1946. ST-940.5467778

Zimmer, Keith B. African-American Soldiers From the St. Louis Area Who Died During World War II. St. Louis Public Library, 1999.

This index appears on the St. Louis Public Library website.

Zimmer, Keith B. St. Louis Obituary Index, 1942-1945: Obituaries, Death Notices, and Burial Permits Appearing in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Newspaper. St. Louis Public Library, 1999. 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. St. Louis Obituary Index also appears on the St. Louis Public Library website.

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