GenealogyBank adds 126 more newspapers!

Over the last few days we announced that 53 newspapers were added to GenealogyBank. Today we are announcing 73 additional newspapers.

Wow.

That’s 126 newspapers added so far this month – and it’s not over yet!!!

You can expect even more newspapers to be added in the days ahead!!!

It’s a great day for genealogy!

Kern Valley Sun (Lake Isabella, CA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Ag Journal (La Junta, CO): 10/10/2009 – Current
Akron News-Reporter (Akron, CO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Burlington Record (Burlington, CO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Daily Record, The (Cañon City, CO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Estes Park Trail-Gazette (Estes Park, CO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Fowler Tribune (Fowler, CO): 10/21/2009 – Current
Julesburg Advocate (Julesburg, CO): 10/05/2009 – Current
Cheshire Herald, The (Cheshire, CT): 10/08/2009 – Current
Newtown Bee, The (Newtown, CT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Weston Forum, The (Weston, CT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Wilton Bulletin, The (Wilton, CT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Chatsworth Times (Chatsworth, GA): 11/18/2009 – Current
Bureau County Republican (Princeton, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Carmi Times (Carmi, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Chillicothe Times-Bulletin (Chillicothe, IL): 10/29/2009 – Current
Daily Ledger (Canton, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Daily Review Atlas (Monmouth, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Du Quoin Evening Call (Du Quoin, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
East Peoria Times-Courier (Peoria, IL): 10/03/2009 – Current
Geneseo Republic (Geneseo, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Morton Times-News (Morton, IL): 10/06/2009 – Current
Murphysboro American (Murphysboro, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Newton Press Mentor (Newton, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Ogle County Newspapers (Oregon, IL): 10/04/2009 – Current
Olney Daily Mail (Olney, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Orion Gazette (Orion, IL): 10/20/2009 – Current
Pekin Daily Times (Pekin, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Star-Courier (Kewanee, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Washington Times-Reporter (Washington, IL): 10/02/2009 – Current
Kokomo Tribune (Kokomo, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
La Porte County Herald-Argus, The (La Porte, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Rushville Republican (Rushville, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Tribune-Star, The (Terre Haute, IN): 10/02/2009 – Current
McCreary County Record (Whitley City, KY): 10/03/2009 – Current
Messenger, The (Madisonville, KY): 10/02/2009 – Current
Traverse City Record-Eagle (Traverse City, MI: 10/04/2009 – Current
White Lake Beacon (Whitehall, MI): 10/13/2009 – Current
Chanhassen Villager (Chanhassen, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Chaska Herald (Chaska, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Eden Prairie News (Eden Prairie, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Hutchinson Leader (Hutchinson, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Litchfield Independent Review (Litchfield, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Savage Pacer (Savage, MN): 10/02/2009 – Current
Aurora Advertiser (Aurora, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Carthage Press, The (Carthage, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Examiner, The (Independence – Blues Springs – Grain Valley, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Lake Sun Leader (Camdenton, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Linn County Leader (Brookfield, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Maryville Daily Forum, The (Maryville, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Mexico Ledger (Mexico, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Moberly Monitor-Index and Democrat (Moberly, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Neosho Daily News (Neosho, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
People’s Tribune, The (Bowling Green, MO): 10/06/2009 – Current
Rolla Daily News (Rolla, MO): 10/02/2009 – Current
Bolivar Commercial, The (Cleveland, MS): 10/02/2009 – Current
Choctaw Plaindealer (Ackerman, MS): 10/02/2009 – Current
Enterprise-Journal (McComb, MS): 10/25/2009 – Current
Star Herald, The (Kosciusko, MS): 10/03/2009 – Current
Webster Progress-Times (Eupora, MS): 10/02/2009 – Current
Billings Gazette, The (Billings, MT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Missoulian (Missoula, MT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Sidney Herald (Sidney, MT): 10/02/2009 – Current
Apex Herald, The (Apex, NC): 10/02/2009 – Current
Bladen Journal (Elizabethtown, NC): 10/02/2009 – Current
Blowing Rocket, The (Blowing Rock, NC): 10/02/2009 – Current
Daily Herald (Roanoke Rapids, NC): 10/02/2009 – Current
Goochland Gazette, The (Goochland, VA): 10/06/2009 – Current
Mechanicsville Local (Mechanicsville, VA): 10/02/2009 – Current
News-Gazette, The (Lexington, VA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Virginia Lawyers Weekly (, VA): 10/05/2009 – Current
Winchester Star, The (Winchester, VA): 10/02/2009 – Current
Kitsap Sun (Bremerton, WA): 10/03/2009 – Current

Joshua Hempstead (1678-1758) – I was blind but now I see.

New London Historical Society (CT) is doing a terrific job serializing Joshua Hempstead’s diary on their site.

Styled the Joshua Hempstead Blog – each entry of his diary captures the details of life in Colonial Connecticut. Hempstead’s diary entries are dated from September 8, 1711 through November 3, 1758. He died 22 December 1758.

According to historian Bruce P. Stark, “The diary, the only one of its kind in Connecticut, fills over 700 tightly-packed, printed pages and provides a detailed picture of the life of Hempstead, his family, neighbors, and acquaintances. It also includes a great deal of information about events in New London and eastern Connecticut.” See his complete article: Joshua Hempstead published on the Connecticut Heritage Gateway.
I am looking forward to reading his diary entries for the time his sight was restored in 1831. Here is the account from the newspaper Connecticut Courant 12 July 1831

According to the newspaper he was blind for ten years but being “of an industrious habit” he went to work in his fields every day.

One day after being “led into the field” … “while at work, he placed, as usual, his staff in the centre of a hill of corn, as a guide when stooping with a quick motion, the top of the staff struck his eyebrow a violent blow and glanced over the eye, producing a severe pain.” The blow restored his sight and he “hastened home alone, bearing the joyful tidings, to his astonished and happy family.”

Now – that’s a great family story. If you don’t have your ancestor’s diary passed down in the family or preserved at a historical society – check and see if the stories of their lives were recorded in one of the 3,800+ newspapers in GenealogyBank.

It’s a Great Day for Genealogy!

Many thanks to Barbara Matthews for alerting me to the New London Historical Society’s decision to put Joshua Hempstead’s diary online.
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Obituaries – Routinely Published in Government Reports & Documents

Get the most out of GenealogyBank!


The annual reports of the Department of the Interior are in
GenealogyBank. They were published annually as part of the US Serial Set.

I didn’t know that was in GenealogyBank!

What the Commissioner of Education did was publish the obituaries of teachers and educators at all levels. See this example of the obituary of Jeremiah Root Barnes (1809-1901).


What did we learn from this obituary?
Full Name: Jeremiah Root Barnes
Date/Place of Death: 1 Jan 1901 – Marietta, Ohio
Date/Place of Birth: 9 March 1809 – Southington, CT
Education: Yale College, 1834; Yale Theological Seminary – 2 years; Honorary Degree – Yale (1892).
Career: Pastor: Evansville, IN; Salem, IN; Piqua, OH; young ladies seminary (1850) suburbs of Cincinnati; founder of Carleton College in Northfield, MN; publisher of: Western Magazine
Military: Civil War – in the Freedmen’s Bureau 1861-1865.

Tip: Obituaries were published not only in newspapers but also in government documents and reports.
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This example is from: Annual reports of the Department of the Interior for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1902. Report of the Commissioner of Education. Volume 1. Date: 1903-01-01; Publication: Serial Set Vol. No. 4464, Session Vol. No.25; Report: H.Doc. 5 pt. 5.1

GenealogyBank – try this how-to mini-course

Randy Seaver in his Genea-Musings blog ran a good “how-to” series that takes you through the steps of using GenealogyBank.

Click on the links below to read his series:
Post 1: Getting Started

Post 2: Seeing Search Results

Post 3: More Navigation Options

Post 4: More Databases and resources

Post 5: Using Keyword Searches

GenealogyBank adds and expands 25 newspapers in 17 states.

GenealogyBank adds and expands 25 newspapers in 17 states.

AK. Juneau.
Daily Record-Miner
1 issue. 10/8/1903

CO. Colorado Springs
Gazette-Telegraph. 12 issues. 5/24/1903 to 3/11/1920

CT. Middletown
Constitution. 37 issues. 1878-01-01 to 1878-12-03

CT. New London
New London Gazette. 146 issues. 1828-01-07 to 1835-12-30

KY. Louisville
Western Courier*. 148issues 1813-11-16 to 1816-09-26

LA. New Orleans
Times Picayune. 246 issues. 1861-05-15 to 1894-09-04

MD. Baltimore
Baltimore American. 12 issues. 6/27/1905 to 8/12/1911
MD. Baltimore
Federal Republican. 232 issues. 1811-03-19 to 1812-06-18

NC. Henderson
Daily Dispatch. 4/10/2002 to Present

NE. Nebraska City
Daily Nebraska Press. 2 issues. 1875-04-12 to 1875-08-23

NJ. Cranford
Chranford Chronicle. 6/9/2005 to Present

NJ. Somerville

Chronicle. 6/11/2005 to 3/3/2007
NJ. Somerville
Reporter. 6/9/2005 to Present

NJ. Summit
Independent Press. 8/2/2006 to Present
NJ. Trenton
Trenton State Gazette. 303 issues. 1849-01-01 to 1849-12-31

NY. New York
New York Herald. 206 issues. 1874-04-25 to 1883-12-17

OH. Cincinnati
Cincinnati Volksfreund*. 813 issues. 1863-02-18 to 12/28/1904

OH. Cleveland
Plain-Dealer. 307 issues. 1/15/1914 to 9/27/1922

OR. Portland
Oregonian. 1920 issues. 1867-04-22 to 3/10/1907

PA. Philadelphia
Aurora General Advertiser. 12 issues. 1797-03-01 to 1797-10-18

RI. Pawtucket
Pawtucket Times. 1 issue. 3/18/1920

SC. Charleston
City Gazette. 512 issues. 1823-01-01 to 1825-12-31

SD. Pierre
Capital Journal. 12/11/2007 to Present

UT. Salt Lake City
Salt Lake Telegram. 1 issue. 3/28/1919
UT. Salt Lake City
Salt Lake Tribune. 1 issue. 1893-03-02

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Genealogist Obituaries – genealogists in 26 states pass away

Genealogists in 26 States pass away. AL, CA, CO, CT, DC, DE, GA, ID, IN, LA, MA, MI, MO, NC, NM, NY, OH, OK, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI

Antram, Jeanne. (1930-2009)
Roswell Daily Record (NM) – May 12, 2009

Becker, Julia Drane. (1920-2009)
Tulare Advance-Register (CA) – May 9, 2009

Brown, Dale Sturtz. (1936-2009)
Times Argus (Montpelier-Barre, VT) – May 11, 2009

Carrington, Hiram D., Jr. (1930-2009)
Voices (Woodbury, CT) – May 12, 2009

Cherney, Edna D. (Pieper). (1923-2009)
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) – May 12, 2009

Clark, Elaine Hincks. (1936-2009)
Hartford Courant (CT) – May 8, 2009

Crane, Ora Mae. (1923-2009)
Modesto Bee (CA) – May 8, 2009

Dimick, Doris Lee Banks. (1949-2009)
Deseret News (Salt Lake City, UT) – May 7, 2009

Culberson, John L. (1927-2009)
Daily Herald (Columbia, TN) – May 7, 2009

Dodson, Burt, Jr. (1931-2009)
Charlotte Observer (NC) – May 10, 2009

Doty-Smith, Frances Earline. (1917-2009)
Evening News and Tribune (Jeffersonville-New Albany, IN) – May 8, 2009

Edwards, Mary Kathryn Smith. (1947-2009)
St. Joseph News-Press (MO) – May 11, 2009

Fielding, Evelyn Juanita Goodchild. (1911-2009)
Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA) – May 10, 2009

Fonville, Lorene Davis. (1911-2009)
Montgomery Advertiser (AL) – May 8, 2009

Galusha, Brian W. (1944-2009)
Washington Post (DC) – May 10, 2009

Gowan, Marjorie E. (Horton). (1918-2009)
Taunton Call (MA) – May 12, 2009

Guthrie, Martha Dee Schwartz. (1913-2009)
Dallas Morning News (TX) – May 10, 2009

Hartman, Jean. (1927-2009)
Lansing State Journal (MI) – May 7, 2009

Hickerson, Virginia Barr. (1935-2009)
Oklahoman (Oklahoma City, OK) – May 8, 2009

Howard, Roberta Caroline. (1920-2009)
Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN) – May 9, 2009

Huffman, David Linn. (1939-2009)
Alexandria Daily Town Talk (LA) – May 8, 2009

Jamieson, Margaret Jean. (1924-2009)
Dayton Daily News (OH) – May 14, 2009

Kania, Betty Slicer. (1923-2009)
News Journal (Wilmington, DE) – May 12, 2009

Kaulaity, Charlotte York. (1951-2009)
Lawton Constitution (OK) – May 11, 2009

Landry, William E. (1940-2009)
Morning Call (Allentown, PA) – May 7, 2009

Lane, Margaret Taylor. (1919-2009)
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) – May 12, 2009

Limber, Gertrude. (1919-2009)
Monterey County Herald (CA) – May 10, 2009

Newberry, Emily Jane. (1928-2009)
Times (Shreveport, LA) – May 13, 2009

Newman, William Gold. (1921-2009)
Albuquerque Journal (NM) – May 11, 2009

Osborne, Zetta Frances Wilkinson. (1920-2009)
Daily Sentinel (Grand Junction, CO) – May 13, 2009

Peeler, Juanita Worthy. (1931-2009)
Herald-Journal (Spartanburg, SC) – May 11, 2009

Proudfit, Louis A. (1943-2009)
Augusta Chronicle (GA) – May 8, 2009

Reid, Mildred Chase Lustig. (1924-2009)
Watertown Daily Times (NY) – May 10, 2009

Roberts, Earl. (1910-2009)
Knoxville News Sentinel (TN) – May 9, 2009

Rowley, Virginia Adam. (1928-2009)
Erie Times-News (PA) – May 10, 2009

Shea, Barbara Brown. (1924-2009)
Washington Post (DC) – May 8, 2009

Simonds, Nancy. (1930-2009)
Malden Observer (MA) – May 12, 2009

Taylor, Mildred Nye. (1917-2009)
Idaho State Journal (Pocatello, ID) – May 9, 2009

Thiele, Vicki. (1944-2009)
Waco Tribune-Herald (TX) – May 10, 2009

Tressler, Grace Helmich. (1915-2009)
Yakima Herald-Republic (WA) – May 8, 2009

US Army Register, full-text, digital copies on GenealogyBank.com 1930-1939

GenealogyBank.com has over 250,000 historical documents and books.

One of the more popular titles is the US Army Register.

This annual register gives genealogical information about the personnel in the US Army. There are similar publications for the US Navy and US Air Force etc. The first Army Register was issued in 1813. The format and specific information has varied over the years – but generally the entries include the person’s name, rank, birthdate/place and details of their military service.

Click here to search all of the historical documents in GenealogyBank.com

Click on the links below to go directly to the annual volumes of the US Army Register. Over the next few days I will post the links to the earlier volumes

1930. Official Army Register. January 1, 1930.

1931. Official Army Register, January 1, 1931.

1932. Official Army Register. January 1, 1932.

1933. Official Army Register, January 1, 1933.

1934. Official Army Register, January 1, 1934.

1935. Official Army Register, January 1, 1935.

1936. Official Army Register, January 1, 1936.

1937. Official Army Register, January 1, 1937.

1938. Official Army Register, January 1, 1938.

1939. Official Army Register, January 1, 1939.

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Passenger Lists to America

Newspapers routinely published the list of passengers on board ships bound to and from America. Here are just a few examples of the thousands of passenger lists published in newspapers that can be found in GenealogyBank.

Newspapers published not just lists of immigrants coming to America but also regularly published passenger lists of American’s going overseas; American’s returning home to the US and American’s traveling within the United States by ship.

Notice in this example from the Irish-American newspaper, The Shamrock (17 Aug 1816) – published in New York City – that these passengers left from the port of Sligo, Ireland on board the brig Juno and landed in New London, CT. There they boarded the “sloop MacDonough” which in turn set sail for New York City – where they arrived on 16 August 1816.

This pre-1820 passenger list tells us that these immigrants landed twice on their trip to America, that they took two ships to finally reach their destination – an alert that their names will appear on two different passenger lists. Once on the passenger list for the brig Juno that landed in New London, CT and again on the passenger list for the sloop MacDonough that landed in New York City.

Notice also that this passenger list gives the hometown or county of origin of each passenger. Critical information that is almost never given in the Federal post-1820 passenger lists.

Tip: Passenger lists were not collected by the government until 1820 – these early lists can be difficult if not impossible to find. Newspapers are a terrific source for Colonial passenger lists.

Click on these links to see a few examples of the thousands of passenger lists, published in newspapers that can be found in GenealogyBank.

Passenger Lists of Columbus, GA
3 April 1894. Steamer Queen City.
Columbus (GA) Daily Inquirer. 3 April 1894.

Passenger Lists New Orleans, LA
20 February 1869. Steamship Crescent City. From New York City.
Times Picayune. 20 February 1869.
23 October 1872. Steamship Saxonia. Left for Hamburg (Germany) by way of Havana (Cuba), Santander (Spain) and Havre (France).
Times Picayune. 23 October 1872. p. 1
29 April 1873. Steamship John G. Meiggs. Left for Aspinwall (Panama); Port Limon (Costa Rica); and Havanna (Cuba).
Times Picayune. 29 April 1873. p. 8
25 August 1875. Steamship City of Merida. Arrived from Vera Cruz, Tuxpan, and Tampico – all ports in Mexico.
Times Picayune. 25 August 1875. p. 1

Passenger Lists New York City, NY
11 June 1819. Ship Amity. Left for Liverpool (England)
Philadelphia Inquirer. 12 June 1819. p. 3
11 June 1819. Ship Atlantic. From Liverpool (England)
Philadelphia Inquirer. 12 June 1819. p. 3
11 June 1819. Ship Magnet. From Liverpool (England)
Philadelphia Inquirer. 12 June 1819. p. 3
12 June 1848. Steamship Washington. From Southampton (England), by way of Halifax (Nova Scotia).
New York Herald. 16 Jan 1848. p. 2

Passenger Lists Philadelphia, PA
5 Nov 1881. Steamship City of Savannah. Departed for Savannah (Georgia).
Philadelphia Inquirer. 7 Nov 1881. p. 2
13 July 1883. Steamship Niagara. Marine Disaster. Burned off the coast of Florida.
Philadelphia Inquirer. 14 July 1883. p. 1
23 June 1891. Steamship Polynesia. Enroute from Hamburg, Germany.
Philadelphia Inquirer. 23 June 1891. p. 4
10 September 1901. Steamship Alleghany. Enroute from the South.
Philadelphia Inquirer. 10 September 1901. p. 16

Passenger Lists San Francisco, CA
6 September 1871.
San Francisco Bulletin. 6 September 1871. p. 3

Click here to download and search the complete 1819/1820 Passenger List for all US ports. This free resource is a good example of genealogical content in the historical newspapers, books and documents that can be found in GenealogyBank.
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Archivists that have recently passed away

These archivists have recently passed away.

Sister Veronica Grzelak. (1926-2009)
Archivist for Immaculate Heart of Mary Province for ten years
Connecticut Post (Bridgeport, CT) – May 3, 2009

Nicholson, Harman C.B. (1920-2009)
Archivist to the Chief of the Highland Clan MacNicol (Scotland)
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (GA) – April 29, 2009

Rehberg, Lois E. (Lawrie). (1923-2009)
Bay View Historical Society and Archives
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) – May 6, 2009

Smiley, Jane Rittenhouse. (1919-2009)
Librarian and archivist for Swarthmore’s Friends Historical Library
Poughkeepsie Journal (NY) – April 29, 2009

Tavener, Gilbert Y., Rev. Dr. (1921-2009)
St. George’s School, Gilbert Y. Taverner Archives, named in his honor
Concord Journal (MA) – April 27, 2009

US Army Register, full-text, digital copies on GenealogyBank

GenealogyBank has over 250,000 historical documents and books.

One of the more popular titles is the US Army Register.

This annual register gives genealogical information about the personnel in the US Army. There are similar publications for the US Navy and US Air Force etc.

The first Army Register was issued in 1813. The format and specific information has varied over the years – but generally the entries include the person’s name, rank, birthdate/place and details of their military service.

Click here to search all of the historical documents in GenealogyBank

Click on the links below to go directly to the annual volumes of the US Army Register. Over the next few days I will post the links to the earlier volumes.

1940
Official Army Register, January 1, 1940.
1941
Official Army Register, January 1, 1941.
1942
Official Army Register, January 1, 1942.
1943
Official Army Register, January 1, 1943.
1944
Official Army Register. 1 January 1944.
1945
Official Army Register. 1 January 1945.
1946
Official Army Register. Volume I. 1 January 1946.
1947
Official Army Register. Vol. I. 1 January, 1947.
1948
Official Army and Air Force Register.
Official Army and Air Force Register. Volume II. R to end. I January 1948.
1949
Official Army Register. Vol. I. United States Army, active and retired lists. 1 January, 1949.
1950
Official Army Register, Volume I. United States Army, active and retired lists, 1 January 1950.
Official Army Register. Vol. II. Officers’ honorary retired list. 1 January 1950.
1951
Official Army Register. Vol. I. United States Army, active and retired lists. 1 January 1951.
Official Army Register. Volume II. Officers’ honorary retired list, 1 January 1951.
1952
Official Army Register. Volume I. United States Army active and retired lists. 1 January 1952.
1953
Official Army Register. Volume I. United States Army, active and retired lists. 1 January 1953.
Official Army Register, Volume II Army of the United States and other retired lists. 1 January 1953.
Official Army Register. Volume III, Officers’ honorary retired list. 1 January 1953.
1954
Official Army Register. Volume I, United States Army active and retired lists. 1 January 1954.
Official Army Register. Volume II, Army of the United States and other retired lists 1 January 1954.
1955
Official Army Register. Volume I, United States Army active and retired lists. 1 January 1955.
Official Army Register. Volume II, Army of the United States and other retired lists. 1 January 1955.
1956
Official Army Register. Volume I. United States Army active and retired lists. 1 January 1956.
Official Army Register. Volume II. Army of the United States and other retired lists. 1 January 1956.
1957
U.S. Army Register. United States Army active and retired lists. 1 January 1957.
U.S. Army Register, Volume II. Army of the United States and other retired lists, 1 January 1957.
1958
U.S. Army Register. Volume I. United States Army active and retired lists. 1 January 1958. U.S. Army Register. Volume II. Army of the United States and other retired lists. 1 January 1958.
1959
U.S. Army Register. Volume I. United States Army active and retired lists. 1 January 1959.
U.S. Army Register. Volume II. Army of the United States Army of the United States and other retired lists, 1 January 1959.
1960
U.S. Army Register. Volume I. United States Army active and retired lists. 1 January 1960. U.S. Army Register. Volume II. Army of the United States and other retired lists. 1 January 1960.
1961
U.S. Army Register, Volume I. United States Army Active and Retired List, 1 January 1961.
1962
U.S. Army Register. [Volumes I, II, and III.] United States Army, active and retired list. January 1, 1962.
1963
U.S. Army Register. Volume 1. United States Army. Active and Retired List. 1 January 1963.
1964
Army Register. Volume I. United States Army Active and Retired List. 1 January 1964.
1965
U.S. Army Register. Volume I. United States Army. Active and Retired List. 1 January 1965.
1966
U.S. Army Register. Volume I. United States Army active and retired list. 1 January 1966.
1967
U.S. Army Register. Volume I. Active lists. 1 January 1967.
U.S. Army Register. Volume II. Retired lists. 1 January 1967.
1968
U.S. Army Register. Volume I. Regular Army active list. 1 January 1968
U.S. Army Register. Volume II. Army NGUS, USAR and other active lists. 1 January 1968.
U.S. Army Register. Volume III. Retired lists. 1 January 1968.