Explore these records and learn new details about the military veterans in your family who were buried in Utah, from the days of the Utah territory up through the 20th century. Learn important facts about their lives, like their birth and death date and the unit in which they served.
There are more than 18,000 records documenting the burials of veterans in Utah. While the information for each person varies, Veterans with Federal Service Buried in Utah, Territorial to 1966 usually provides:
These records were compiled by the Utah State Historical Society and summarize essential biographical information for military veterans who were buried in Utah, from the days of the Utah territory in the mid-1800s up until 1966. Covering over a century of veterans, these veterans fought in various conflicts, from wars against various Native American tribes, through the American Civil War, and the two world wars.
These records can help you to discover important information about the military veterans in your family. The details you uncover will allow you to expand your family history research into our other collections of Utah vital records and military records.
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