Civil War Union Burials in New Mexico
Compiled by Christina DeVita 2006©
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The following are names extracted from the work by Christina DeVita© as published in the New Mexico Genealogist 45(2) June 2006©.
The chart below lists only the names appearing in that exhibit. For details and history see the New Mexico Genealogist 45(2) June 2006©.
This data may not be used for profit or commercial purposes, nor may it be copied from this web site to other web sites. Format by C. W. Barnum 2011.

As Published in 1869 in the Quartermaster General's Office, a listing of deceased Union soldiers buried in National Cemeteries.
Fifteen forts/camps/posts existed in the New Mexico Territory. Most had cemeteries with Union Soldiers buried therein.

Los Pinos (Military Depot)
1862 - 1866 Peralta
This was a Union quartermaster depot and remount station. It was originally known as Camp Peralta.

Name Unit Date
Downing, J.N.C. Private 10/31/1864
Dunlavy, George Private 5th California Inf. 1/6/1864
Gallagher, unknown Private 5th US Infantry 3/16/1863
Gillmore, G.A. Private 1st California Veteran Inf. 12/24/1865
Glasby, M. L. Lt. California Veteran Inf. 4/23/1866
Howard, G. Private 5th California Veteran Inf. 6/20/1863
Jellings, James Private California Veteran Inf. 6/15/1864
Kelly, John Private 1st California Veteran Inf. 12/11/1863
Kinsella, John Private 5th US Infantry 2/6/1864
Luna, Jose Private 1st NM Infantry 4/6/1865
Russell, unknown Private 5th United States Inf. unknown
Smith, Nelson G. Private 1st California Infantry 4/23/1866
Tuono, C. Private 1st NM Infantry 12/11/1863
Unknown unknown unknown
Vernel, I. Private 1st NM Infantry 11/13/1863