The following sources were consulted for or cited in this report
- "Roll of Honor. Names of Soldiers who Died in Defense of the American Union." Volumes I-XXVII. US Government Printing Office. Washington, DC. 1865-1868. Reprinted 1994 by Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1001 N. Calvert Street. Baltimore, MD 21202. (Santa Maria Public Library. Santa Maria, CA 93454)
- "Evolution of the National Cemetery System" 1865-1880 US Quartermaster Foundation.
- "The Graves Registration Service in World War II" By Edward Steele. Q. M. C. Historical Studies No. 21. Pages 3-10. Historical Section. Office of the Quartermaster General 1951. United States Government Printing Office 1951.
- "Vermont in the Great Rebellion" Otis F. R. Waite. 1869
- U.S. Civil War Center. Chalmette Cemetery (Union).
- "National Cemeteries and War Veterans Burials."
- "Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System.
- Andersonville Prisoners.
- "Men of Vermont in Confederate Prisons." A compilation by Rosa Goodrich. This book contains a list of prisoners in Andersonville, GA, Salisbury, SC, Charleston, SC, and Florence, SC compiled by Ellery Webster who was himself a prisoner. The book also includes the Vermont portion of the "Atwater List" Which is the most complete list of prisoners who died at Andersonville
- "History and Development of the National Cemetery Administration." Department of Veteran's Affairs. National Cemetery Administration.
- Revised Roster of Vermont Volunteers. Vermonters who served in the Army and Navy of the United States During the War of the Rebellion, 1861-66. Theodore S. Peck. Adjutant General. Montpelier, Vermont, 1892.