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Memorial Listing
Yuma County, Colorado
Gold Star Veterans
Buried Outside the County


The base list of veterans buried in Yuma County was compiled by local veterans groups for Memorial Day. A special thanks to the late Stephen Chaplin for providing dates (and many names) for veterans who died after 1990. It is the creation of Sergeant Major Lee Zion, U.S. Army.

The file contains: Veteran's name; war (if service was in war time), rank, unit and branch of service; birth-death dates (if known). Dates are all in mm/dd/yyyy format. This listing doesn't distinguish between Spanish American War service in 1898 and Philippine War service 1899-1902.

Bold print indicates those who died on active duty. Bold underlined print is a link to a page in the Gold Star Veterans Project with more information about the service member.

If you have corrections or additions to this listing please send the details in an email to M. D. Monk, mdmonk2@tx.rr.com.


Cemetery Lists: Armel, Beecher Island, Eckley, Gilstrap, Idalia-Lucas, Idalia-St Johns, Joes, Kirk, Kirk-Olivet Nazerene, Laird-Hanshaw (Lakeview), Mildred, Pleasant Valley, Private & Family Burial Plots, Vernon-Glendale, Wray-Grandview, Yuma, Cemeteries outside the county and Overseas.


Died in service, buried outside the county and overseas.

(For information about American Military Cemeteries overseas see the American Battle Monmuments Commission homesite:http://www.abmc.gov/index.shtml


Cemetery Lists: Armel, Beecher Island, Eckley, Gilstrap, Idalia-Lucas, Idalia-St Johns, Joes, Kirk, Kirk-Nazerene, Laird-Hanshaw (Lakeview), Mildred, Pleasant Valley, Private & Family Burial Plots, Vernon-Glendale, Wray-Grandview, Yuma, Cemeteries outside the county and Overseas.


Transcribed by Lee C Zion, email lzion@plains.net


The Virtual Wall - Names listed on the Vietnam War Memorial.


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