Johns Family Research Group - Surname Records, Vital Statistics

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Surname Records, Vital Statistics

DISCLAIMER: Please note that we will use all reasonable methodologies to compile and post a complete and accurate recount of the data displayed herein. The JFRG is unable to guarantee its accuracy. Thus, each Researcher of any genealogy material is responsible for the correctness of his or her sources.

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American Civil War POW, Andersonville GA

The most infamous Confederate prison camp of the Civil War, Andersonville housed an estimated 45,000 Union soldiers during the war. This collection of records are compiled by the Nat'l Park Service of camp inmates between 1863 and 1865. Researchers will find rank, unit, death, and capture information in addition to the inmate's name and state of residence. In some cases, the Nat'l Park Service has more information for some soldiers.

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American Civil War General Officers

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North America and Western Europe Marriages

We are collecting North America and Western Europe Marriage information. Please click here to send your Johnes, Johne, Johns, John and variations Marriages you know to be accurate and correct, that your efforts may be added to our database. A sample entry would simply include GROOM NAME, BRIDE NAME, MARRIAGE DATE, PLACE, STATE, COUNTY, and SOURCE OF RECORD: "Henry LeRoy JOHNS III, Sandra Lynn TEMPLETON, April 02, 1971, Marshall, TX, Harrison Co, Vol 65 Page 638 Lic 6120." Thank you for your help with making this a successful project and for sharing your genealogy connections with the JFRG.

These Marriage Records pages are contributed material made available for assistance in researching marriages which may have occurred in the US. Information found within these pages should be used only as reference points. You must always verify any data found herein with the original Marriage Records, located in the Probate Court Office at an appropriate State / County Courthouse.

Brides
A - F , G - J , K - R , S - Z
Grooms
A - F , G - J , K - R , S - Z

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US Mortality Schedules

The following selected text was paraphrased from the RESEARCHERS GUIDE by Val Greenwood. "Through an act of Congress, data was collected about persons who died during the Census Years of 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 and the limited Census of 1885, and reported through the Mortality Schedules."

The Mortality Schedules represent a valuable tool and comprise a significant piece of genealogical research. Also, they represented deaths for only one year out of every ten years, during the periods that the US collected this type of data. Only 60% of the actual deaths within a given twelve month period were collected for the years 1850, 1860 and 1870, as reported by the US Nat'l Office of Vital Statistics. This would imply that less than 8% of the actual deaths of persons in the US, for this 31 year period, were listed in the combined statistics for all Mortality Schedules reported. Those persons who died in this same period are listed by Census Year, respectively.

CY 1850 , CY 1860 , CY 1870 , CY 1880

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Revolutionary War Muster Rolls 1775-1783

Among the defining conflicts in the history of the US, the Revolutionary War touched the lives of millions of people. This collection of records are kept by the Nat'l Archives listing men who fought for the colonies during the war. Each record provides the soldier's name, company and unit of service. Additionally, rank information is included along with box and roll numbers in the Nat'l Archives to aid the researcher in obtaining copies of the original record.

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The Okefenokee Rifles, CSA

Company "G", The Okefenokee Rifles, made up of men mostly from Charlton County, Georgia, was organized August 15, 1861. It's officers were Captain William H. Dasher, First Lieutenant Robert N. King, Second Lieutenant James F. Smith, and Junior Second Lieutenant Aaron Lee.

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US Early Migration Trails

Northern, Eastern, Western

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Viet Nam Casualties

This collection is derived from a US Department of Defense data file, containing information on some 58,000 casualties of the Viet Nam War. Each record lists the name, rank, date of birth, date of death, race, religion, service number, marital status, home of record, branch of service, and more. Our collection is a condensed version of the original database.

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War of 1812 Muster Rolls 1812 - 1815

When the US declared war on Great Britain in 1812, Congress authorized the President to accept and organize volunteers in order to win the war. This collection is a listing of men mustered into the armed forces between 1812 and 1815. Taken from records in the Nat'l Archives, each record includes the soldier's name, company, rank at time of induction, rank at time of discharge, and reference information.

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WW-II, Korean Conflict Internees

The most destructive and far-ranging war in human history, World War II claimed the lives of countless millions. This collection is a listing of US Servicemen who fought in the Second World War or the Korean Conflict and were interred outside of the contiguous forty-eight states. Each entry provides the individual's name, rank, unit, death date, and location of interment. Additionally, place of induction into the service is provided along with a list of awards presented by the military.

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