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Travis County World War I Centennial: Our Veterans

World War I Travis County - WWI Centennial Events & Exhibits (as of 10/25/2018)
Travis County Soldiers & Nurses Who Died During WWI - Virtual Cemetery on Findagrave (link) & Master File (pdf)
Texas Soldiers and Nurses Who Died during WWI – Texas Honor Roll
Texas WWI Centennial Commission
Research Resources for Locating WWI Veterans Gravesites

WWI Veterans Buried in Travis County (Current count is 2,300 located at Nov. 6th)

Austin Memorial Park
Oakwood Annex Cemetery
Evergreen & Plummers Cemeteries
Texas State Cemetery
Oakwood Cemetery
Travis County Private Cemeteries

These lists include the men who served in the WWI armed forces and nurses we have been able to identify with VA headstones or through research for those with private headstones. Please email TravisWW1@sachome.org with additions or edits.

USA flags were placed at 2,300 gravesites in 65 cemeteries throughout Austin to recognize our WWI veterans as part of the National WWI Centennial Project for Veterans Day in November 2018. The WWI Centennial celebration continues until June 2019, 100 years after the Versailles Treaty formally ended the war.

The Travis County WWI Centennial Committee would like to thank cemetery groups throughout Austin for allowing us to place the flags and the volunteers helping with the USA flags: Applied Materials LEAD (Leadership Encouraging Achievement through Diversity). AUSTINRAMP, BSA Troops 28, 395 & 8787, Daughters of the American Revolution (Andrew Carruthers, Austin Colony, Thankful Hubbard* Chapters), Independent Order of Odd Fellows*, Masons, Nurses, Save Austin’s Cemeteries, St. Edward’s Student Veterans Association, the University of Texas Sigma Chi Parents Club, Cemetery Preservation Supply LLC*, Veterans Suicide Prevention Channel*, and Walnut Baptist Church. (*Also a financial sponsor)