Camp Graves Registration Project
Camp Graves Registration Project

Joseph Melvin  
 Leonard Camp No.168

The SSAWV    

Graves Registration

The Sons of Spanish American War Veterans is a patriotic organization, affiliated with the United Spanish War Veterans, Inc.  
Copyright 2006- 2014;
J.M. Leonard  
Camp No. 168,
All rights reserved.

Working in conjunction with;  

If you can assist with any of the information
please feel free to contribute it.

To submit information locally please contact our Webmaster.
We will need the following Information:
1. Name of Veteran,
2. Epitaph,
3. Company and Regiment/Ship/Branch of Service if Known/Conflict,
4. USWV Marker,
5. Grave Location and Cemetery, Lot/Section/Grave Numbers,
6. Pictures of Said Grave/Monument
and Any Other Pertinent Information and Including Picture of Veteran if Available.

If you do not wish to fill one of these out, but instead just submit the information; send to the Webmaster directly please feel free to do so. Although started as a Camp Project the Sons Of Spanish American War Veterans has two Graves Registration Officers.
One for those States East of the Mississippi River and one for those States West of the Mississippi River.
The following are those two Officers with their contact information.

(United Spanish War Veteran Grave Marker)  

As with most Heritage organizations; (Sons of the American Revolution, Sons of Confederate Veterans,
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War) our Fathers, Grandfathers, Great Grandfathers, etc.. are long since deceased.
To see that their resting places are remembered this project was begun to attempt to locate and see to the care of the Graves of the Veterans of the Spanish American War, Philippine Insurrection, and China Relief Expedition,
that lie buried within the states of:
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
If you know of the location of the Grave of a Veteran of one of these conflicts and would like to notify us please contact the Webmaster with the information requested above. The list of the names assembled will be sent to the Spanish American War Gravesite Recording Project for online listing, and the written documentation will be kept in the Camp Archives for future reference.
If you can include a photo of the Grave with the information that you sent it would be greatly appreciated, as it will help if the headstone should be replaced or repaired.