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Civil War Veterans Buried in G.A.R. Memorial Plot in Bayview-New York Bay Cemetery, Jersey City

Transcription of Burial Index for interments in G.A.R. Memorial Plot, Gilliam Van Houten Post No. 3, 94 Belmont Avenue, Jersey City

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Hudson County WWII First Round Draftees

Index of nearly 170 young men from Hudson County New Jersey drawn in the first round draft lottery in 1940

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West New York Memorial High School Yearbook "The Humanist"

Names of graduates from West New York Memorial High School in the 1920s have been indexed in this database. Currently the June 1922 and January 1923 graduates have been indexed.

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Union City Deaths 1936-1946 (1880-1951)

This database includes 326 names and death dates of individuals who died in the Union City vicinity between 1936 and 1946, although there are also some entries from the early part of the century. Information was obtained from the "Journal Registers of Charles L. McCarthy, Sr.", a Union City police officer of the period. Provided by James M. Miller (Great Grandson of Charles L McCarthy Sr)

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World War II Bayonne Soldier Deaths


The Hudson County Genealogical & Historical Society offers this database courtesy of member Bill Miller, who has compiled the official list of 300 soldiers from Bayonne who were killed in action, died in service, or missing in action during World War II.

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If you've been collecting data on a particular aspect of Hudson County genealogy and would like to see your work posted here, please contact projects@HudsonCountyNJGenealogy.org

This database is the result of the work of Bill Miller who has given permission for The Hudson County Genealogical Society to post it on its web site for free access. 

Photo by Shafer: 2nd Lt. Stephen Raymond Gregg of Bayonne of the US 143rd IR, 36th ID who received the Congressional Medal of Honor for valor. Gregg survived World War II and died in 2005, living long enough to see a Hudson County park named in his honor. Read more about him on Wikipedia and The Free Republic.
 

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