Women and men have served in the armed forces in many capacities through conflicts and peaceful times. Colorado has a rich tradition of military service. Volunteers have created indexes to several record groups for use by researchers.
Use the Name Lookup Index to determine if a person was a member of the 10th Mountain Division, and the company or Regiment with which he served.
List of Colorado veterans who served in the United States on land or sea during the Civil War.
Location of the burial place of each fallen soldier given.
Index to draft registration cards on microfilm. This index was created without the benefit of reels 34 through 38 of the set World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards: Colorado, covering all or part of counties starting with P, R, S, T, and W. The content of those reels is available on various genealogical databases. Denver Public Library holds reels 1-40, which are available for review during library open hours.
Index to draft registration cards on microfilm.
Colorado World War I: Counties Outside of Denver Draft Quotas 1917: Men Called To The Colors In Counties Outside Denver
Position in list of names Indicates the probability of immediate service in army.
Recorded are the names of the men and women from Denver who lost their lives in service to their country during the European War, 1914-1918.
Membership roster as well as past commanders, 1899-1930. Digitization of these directories is ongoing, and they will be made available as they are completed.
Record of United States Soldiers for the Suppression of the Rebellion, buried in G. A. R., Old Riverside, Catholic, and Hebrew Cemeteries at Denver, Colorado
Members of the Grand Army of the Republic from Colorado who were buried in the G.A.R. burial ground at Riverside Cemetery. Includes those buried and later removed from Calvary [Catholic], Hebrew, and Old City [Mount Prospect] cemeteries, in Denver.
Index to World War I draft registration cards on microfilm (G973.391 W893co Microfilm)
Includes name, rank, cemetery and burial location of each fallen soldier.
Listing of Colorado's war dead and those missing in action during World War II.
Names of men who were drafted for active service for World War I from Colorado counties, except Denver.
The names of the men and women from Denver who lost their lives during WWI. List taken from the article, “Hail, Heroes! Hail!” which appeared in the Denver Post, November 11, 1920.