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Name
Years
Records at FHL
Internet
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SC Columbia Confederate Home for Soldiers and Sailors a.k.a. South Carolina Confederate Infirmary 1909-1958[1]  applications, records index [2]
SD Hot Springs Battle Mountain Sanitarium National Military Home 1907-1934[3] registers index, NPS site, cemetery, burials [4]
SD Hot Springs South Dakota State Soldiers' Home a.k.a. Michael J. Fitzmaurice Veterans Home 1889-now[5] case book, deaths, minutes history, cemetery, burials, image, website  
TN Johnson City Mountain Branch National Military Home 1903-1932[6] registers index, website, history, NPS site burials, images, cemetery [4]
TN Hermitage (Nashville) Confederate Soldiers’ Home a.k.a. Tennessee Soldiers' Home 1892-1933[7] applications, rosters, history book index to applicationscemetery, cemetery, book, image, image, inventory [8]
TX Austin Texas Confederate Home for Men 1886-1963[9] roster history, cemetery video, cemetery, cemetery project, image [10]
TX north of Austin Texas Confederate Woman's Home 1908-1963[11] Not at FHL history, inventory, history, cemetery [12]
VT Bennington Vermont Soldiers' Home a.k.a. Vermont Veterans' Home 1887-now[13] Not at FHL history, cemetery [14]
VA Hampton Southern Branch National Military Home 1871-1933[6] registers, hospital, burials index, burials, NPS site, history, imageimage, image, cemetery, website [4]
VA Richmond Virginia Confederate Soldiers' Home a.k.a. Lee Camp Soldiers' Home 1885-1941[15] applications, registers, burials, burials history, applications, registers, burials [16]
WA Orting Washington State Soldiers' Home, and Washington State Soldiers' Colony 1891-now[17] case files index, website, burials, cemetery, image  
WA Retsil (Port Orchard) Washington Veterans' Home 1910-now[18] case files index, website  
WI King (Waupaca) Grand Army Home a.k.a. Wisconsin Veterans' Home 1887-now[19] Not at FHL history, book, description, images  
WI Wauwatosa (Milwaukee) Northwestern Branch National Military Home 1867-1934[6] registers, admissions, history & necrology index, article, history, history, history, history, NPS site, image, website [4]
WY Cheyenne Wyoming State Home for Soldiers and Sailors 1895-1903[20] cemeteries history  
WY Buffalo Wyoming State Home for Soldiers and Sailors a.k.a. Veterans Home of Wyoming 1903-now[21] Not at FHL history, history, website  


  1. South Carolina Department of Archives and History, "Confederate Home and Infirmary Applications" in Research at the Archives at http://archives.sc.gov/CmsPortal/AgencyPostingTemplate.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRNODEGUID={34FB3DAA-B858-4705-8B19-6584274CFD5B} (accessed 16 December 2009).
  2. Rosenburg, 217, says the South Carolina Dept. of Archives and History, Columbia, has applications for admission, Confederate Home Commissioners minutes, reports; Executive Committee minutes, and inmate records.
  3. United States, National Archives, "Sample Case Files of Members, Battle Mountain Sanitarium, 1907-1934" in Selected Military Personnel Records in ARC at www.archives.gov/research/arc/topics/personnel-files (accessed 16 December 2009).
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  5. Hikenutty, "State Soldiers' Home - Hot Springs, South Dakota" at http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM22V2_State_Soldiers_Home_Hot_Springs_South_Dakota (accessed 18 January 2010).
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  7. "Confederate Soldiers' Home and Cemetery" in The Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture at http://tennesseeencyclopedia.net/imagegallery.php?EntryID=C133 (accessed 16 December 2009).
  8. Rosenburg, 217 and 219, says the Tennessee State Library and Archives, Nashville, has applications for admission, Board of Trustees minutes, and report of 1894; financial reports, record of inmates for 1918, register of inmates, and Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications.
  9. "Texas Confederate Home" in The Handbook of Texas Online at http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/TT/ynt5.html (accessed 16 December 2009).
  10. Rosenburg, 215 and 217, says the Austin Public Library, Austin, has Board of Managers reports, and the Texas State Archives, Austin, has applications for admission, blueprints and drawings, Board of Managers correspondence and reports, financial reports, record of inmates, and register of inmates.
  11. "Confederate Woman's Home" in The Handbook of Texas Online at http://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/CC/ync6.html (accessed 16 December 2009).
  12. Texas State Library and Archives Commission, "An Inventory of Texas Confederate Woman's Home Resident Files at the Texas State Archives, [ca. 1900], 1913-1965 (bulk 1932-1950)" at http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/tslac/20126/tsl-20126.html#a0 (accessed 3 February 2010).
  13. "A Brief History of the Soldiers' Home of Vermont" in Vermont Veterans' Home at http://vvh.vermont.gov/About+Our+Home/History (accessed 18 January 2010).
  14. Family History Library, "Military Records - Additional Records" in Vermont Research Outline at https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Vermont_Military_Records#Additional_Records (accessed 4 February 2010).
  15. Library of Virginia, "About the Robert E. Lee Camp Confederate Soldiers' Home" in Library of Virginia at http://www.lva.virginia.gov/public/guides/opac/campabout.htm (accessed 16 December 2009).
  16. Rosenburg, 217-18, says the Virginia State Library, Richmond, has applications for admission, Board of Visitors, Executive Committee orders, correspondence, Investigative committee reports, minutes, reports 1886-1931, and register of inmates. Also, Library of Virginia, "About the Robert E. Lee Camp Confederate Soldiers' Home," "Applications for Admission," and "Registers of Residents" in Library of Virginia at http://www.lva.virginia.gov/public/guides/opac/campabout.htm (accessed 16 December 2009).
  17. Washington State Dept. of Veterans Affairs, "WA Veterans Home" at http://www.dva.wa.gov/soldiers_home.html (accessed 16 December 2009).
  18. Washington State Dept. of Veterans Affairs, "Washington Veterans Home" at http://www.dva.wa.gov/veterans_home_retsil.html (accessed 16 December 2009).
  19. "Grand Army Home, King, Waupaca County, Wisconsin" at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~sbosmans/wi_images/waupaca/king_wi/king_wi.html (accessed 18 January 2010).
  20. Grace Raymond Hebard, Government of Wyoming: The History, Constitution, and Administration of Affairs, 8th ed. (San Francisco, Calif.: C.F. Weber, 1919; Digitized by Google Book), page 265 footnote (a).
  21. Mary and Don Saban, "Fort McKinney" in U.S. Army Frontier Posts in Wyoming at http://genealogyalongtherockies.com/wyoming/Veterans/wyarmy.htm (accessed 16 December 2009), and Grace Raymond Hebard, Government of Wyoming: The History, Constitution, and Administration of Affairs, 8th ed. (San Francisco, Calif.: C.F. Weber, 1919; Digitized by Google Book), page 265 footnote (a).