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Military Center


United We Stand

"We will not waver,

We will not tire,

We will not falter,

Peace and Freedom Will Prevail!"

                                                                     President George W. Bush, 2001 



We Honor and Support All of Our Men and Women in Today's Military!!


Page 435-459

Iowa in the Civil War logo

Delaware County in the Civil War

"Brave men are always honored, and no class of citizens are entitled to greater respect than the brave volunteers of Delaware County, not simply because they were soldiers, but because, in their association with fellow men, their walk is upright and their character and honesty without reproach.

The Iowa Volunteers - May they ever be remembered with love and gratitude for answering so readily to the country's call; for defending with untiring zeal the nation's honor and the cause of right. May their names descend to posterity with those of Washington and the heroes of the Revolution."

T. H. Bowen  



Delaware County Units

Memorial & Appreciation


  Company C Company A

Fifth Infantry

Company K    

Ninth Infantry

Twelfth Infantry

Twenty-First Infantry

Twenty-Seventh Infantry


Company E.

Company F.

Company H. A History of the 27th Iowa Infantry,  by Captain George S. Pierce, US Army

Forty-Fourth Infantry

Forty-Sixth Infantry 

Miscellaneous Infantry Units

First Cavalry

Second Cavalry

Fourth Cavalry

Sixth Cavalry

Seventh Cavalry

Eighth Cavalry

Miscellaneous Cavalry Units

Third Battery Light Artillery


Engineer Regiment of the West

Company F    

~ The History of Delaware County, Iowa,  Published by Chicago: Western Historical Co., 1878.

~ Contributed by Debbie Clough Gerischer

~ transcribed by Constance Diamond for Delaware County IAGenWeb


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