Kansas History and Heritage Project-Clay County Military

Clay County Military


Civil War Veterans from Clay County from an undated Clay Center newspaper
Civil War Pension File of Phebe Harris Money, widow
1885 Civil War veterans, as listed in the 1885 state census (work in progress)
1887 Original Muster Industry Post #440, G.A.R.
Clay Center Post, G.A.R. Officers, 1886
George J. Stannard Post, G.A.R., Wakefield Officers, 1888
George J. Stannard Post, G.A.R., Wakefield Officers, 1889
Women's Relief Corps, Clay Center Installation of officers, 1887
1894 G.A.R. Rosters includes Wakefield, Broughton and Fact posts
1917 G.A.R. Rosters includes Clay Center, Oak Hill and Wakefield posts
Tombstone orders for Civil War veterans


From the book, "Clay County Veterans of the World War, 1917-1918":
"Heroic Dead", page 1
"Heroic Dead", page 2
"Heroic Dead", page 3
"Heroic Dead", page 4
"Heroic Dead", page 5
"Heroic Dead", page 6


Lloyd Richard "Dick" Woellhof , "Flyboy" and Gold Star
Clay County Casualties

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