Hide Advanced Show Advanced

Search

Name

Use default settings
Use default settings

Lived In

Use default settings

Military

Any Event

Use default settings

More

e.g. teacher or "Tower of London"

Get Better Matches

You can search for:

  • Rank
  • Company
  • Section
  • Remarks

Source Information

Graden, Debra, ed. Kansas Civil War Soldiers [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.
Original data: Kansas Adjutant General Roll, Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865

About Kansas Civil War Soldiers

In proportion to population, Kansas furnished more troops to the Union army during the Civil War than any other loyal state. This database is a transcription of the Kansas Adjutant General's Roll of Civil War Soldiers. Listing over 20,000 men, it provides the soldier's name, rank, residence, enlistment date, and muster date. Additionally, it reveals unit information and other helpful notes. For those seeking information regarding Kansas ancestors who may have served in the Union army this database can be a helpful source.

Ancestry.com regrets to inform you that Debra Graden passed away unexpectedly. Photocopies of the original data will no longer be available upon request. We are grateful to Debra for the long hours she contributed to making her databases such useful resources to so many people.

© 2002-2014 Ancestry.comPrivacyCookiesNew Terms and ConditionsOperated by Ancestry.com Europe S.à r.l.