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You may submit military information to the new records board, as well as other records, such as obits, land records, deed, wills, and information from a family bible. PLEASE--RECORDS ONLY--NO QUERIES as queries will be removed

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Memorial Page Link

Homelake Cemetery

Though this cemetery IS NOT in Prowers County, the link is included here as an important resource for anyone who might be researching an ancestor who had military service. This cemetery is located at the Colorado State Veterans Center, once known as the Old Soldiers and Sailors Home.

Rio Grande County Cemeteries

Scroll down to Homelake Cemetery and click on the appropriate link.

1899 Muster Roll and Officer's Reports for the Colorado Soldiers' and Sailors' Home. Included in the muster roll is the name, rank, company & regiment, birthplace, age, last residence, and remarks (if died, discharged, placed in insane asylum, etc.) Included in the Officer's reports is Quartermaster report, Commander, President, Adjutant and Surgeon (which includes who died in the year and of what they died).

Homelake, Colorado -- Soldiers and Sailors Home

Military Links

Colorado State List-Korean Conflict (NARA)
Colorado State List-Korean Conflict (NARA) - More Names

National Personnel Records Center
Military Personnel Records
9700 Page Avenue
St. Louis, MO
Air Force Records: (314)538-4243
Army Records: (314)538-4261
Navy, Marine, Coast Guard Records: (314)538-4141
Fax: (314)-538-4175

E-mail for general information only, no e-mail requests for records:

National Cemetery System
Department of Veterans Affairs
810 Vermont Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20420
Phone: (202)273-5221
E-mail: ncscss@mail.va.gov
Web site: http://www.va.gov/cemetery/index.htm

For Vets Homepage

The National WWII Memorial Homepage

The Viet Nam Veterans War Memorial

Colorado Regiments

Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System: U.S. Colored Troops

The American Civil War Homepage

Kit Carson: American Hero-online article from Wild West-April, 1999

Sand Creek

The Wynkoop Web Archives

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