AMERICAN RED CROSS QUILT
03 March 2020
David March © 2019
The following resources have proved invaluable information about the quilt or to help in identifying the people who put their names on the quilt.
The owners of the Pungoteague Quilt which is not on permanent display, but can be viewed by contacting the museum in advance.
American Red Cross
Historical Programs and Collections: enquiry service proving historical information about the American Red Cross; based in Washington, DC..
Newspaper archive including Virginia papers.
Newspaper archive of the Peninsula Enterprise (1881-1922).
Newspaper archive including Virginia papers; subscription service.
Register of record details of Commonwealth war dead.
Family history research site, used to document the individuals named on the quilt. Free membership allows you to view the many Pungoteague Quilt family trees.
Family History records as collected by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
100’s of Family History records from the Eastern Shore, from Charlemagne to the early 1900’s.
Hadfield Papers: A few personal records, including some letters from J.E. Redmond 1914-1916; items relating to the Hadfield Hospital at Wimereux 1916-1934 and to Hadfield's various awards.
World wide index for cemetery records.
Births, marriages, deaths - England & Wales only.
UK based group collecting and documenting WWII Canadian Red Cross Quilts.
Listing of names and nicknames.