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|Statement||by W.T.R. Saffell.|
|Genre||Sources., Biography., Registers.|
|Contributions||Washington, George, 1732-1799., Lee, Charles, 1731-1782., Greene, Nathanael, 1742-1786., United States. Continental Congress., Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E203 .S124|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||554, 22 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||554|
|LC Control Number||07023801|
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Most records in War Department custody were destroyed by fire, November 8, Many of the remaining Revolutionary War records were lost during the War of As a result there were, untilfew records for the period before in War Department custody.
Research our Records The National Archives holds records relating to military service during the Revolutionary War, including both Continental troops and state troops that served as Continental troops.
You may want to start by searching for a person's Military Service Records and Pension and Bounty Land records. See an An Overview of Records at the National Archives Relating.
Revolutionary War Rolls, (M), and other historical records. Revolutionary War Records at FamilySearch (these are free with registration) Revolutionary War Rolls, from National Archives (NARA) microfilm publication M Revolutionary War Pension Payment Ledgers, from NARA microfilm publication T These records include the Committee of Safety, names of gentlemen justices who served during the period, the names of all militia officers appearing on the Records of the Revolutionary War book books, the muster roll and commission of Capt.
Vaughan, notes from pension applications, notes from the order books of the county pertaining to the Revolutionary War and other notes 5/5(1). American Revolutionary War Records Rolls –, Abstracts of Graves, Compiled Military Service Records, –, Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Applications – Fromwith the first shots in Lexington, to the Treaty of Paris inthe Revolutionary War secured independence for the United States of America.
United States U.S. Military Revolutionary War Pension Records and Bounty Land Warrants '. The first pension law in granted half-pay for life to soldiers disabled in the service and unable to earn a living. The first pension law based on service was passed inbut it was later amended to make eligible only those soldiers unable to earn a living.
Records of individuals who participated in the Revolutionary War can be found in published indexes, pension files, bounty land records, service records, and public service claims. Abstracts of many Virginia Revolutionary War pension records and unit rosters are available on the website Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution.
Records from U.S. Revolutionary War Rolls, A collection of more thanrecords documenting men who fought for the colonies in the American Revolutionary War. Search The Revolutionary War Pensioner Census, As part of the U.S. Federal Census, census takers obtained the names and ages of all the individuals.
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Confederate burials in Virginia, Georgia Revolutionary soldiers graves, Publick Claims, etc. We have over titles which include marriage records, wills, deeds, census, court records, maps. This second installment in a series of Virginia Revolutionary War records consists entirely of the court martial minutes of Augusta County.
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Revolutionary War Records: Virginia. Browse this collection. Browse Individual Records in this Title. Table of Contents. Title Page; Preface; Contents to This Book; List of Illustrations; Section I; Section II; Section III; Section IV; Index to This Book; More help.
Search tips; Understanding records. The Book of Negroes is a document created by Brigadier General Samuel Birch that records names and descriptions of 3, Black Loyalists, enslaved Africans who escaped to the British lines during the American Revolution and were evacuated to points in Nova Scotia as free people of colour.
3 Representation in other media. 6 External : Based on widely scattered and little known records, Brumbaugh’s massive Virginia compilation is one of the most ambitious collections of Revolutionary War source materials ever published.
Described as “a treasure house of information about Virginians in the Revolutionary War,” it contains list after list of soldiers and sailors extracted from bounty land warrants, pension.
Selected Virginia Revolutionary War Records, Vol 1 | This is the first in a series of volumes of transcribed Virginia war records from the Revolutionary War time period.
Volume 1 includes complete transcriptions of three of the celebrated Virginia "War Volumes," along with many Virginia petitions from the Revolutionary War era.
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Advanced embedding details, examples, and help. No_Favorite. share Pages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published, Baltimore, "With index to Saffell's list of Virginia soldiers in the. Revolutionary War Records Volume 1 of Revolutionary War Records, Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh: Author: Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh: Publisher: Classic Textbooks, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Mar 1, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
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Curry. Genealogical Publishing Com, - Reference - pages. 2 Revolutionary War Records of Fairfield, Connecticut /5(2). : Records of the Revolutionary War () by W. Saffell and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $ - $ The Library of Virginia has announced an exciting new initiative to microfilm the well-known, but little-used, Auditors' Account Volumes from the Revolutionary War era.
The initiative, using grant funds from the Daughters of the American Revolution, is scheduled to be completed by the fall of The announcement may be found in the June edition. Records of the Revolutionary War. Browse this collection. Browse Individual Records in this Title.
Table of Contents. Title Page; Preface; Contents to This Book; Index to This Book; Part I - Correspondence of Officers; Part II - Officers and Privates; Part II.
Revolutionary Army Accounts are books that were kept in the fashion of ledgers, between about and aboutfor the purpose of recording various Revolutionary War military payments. A few volumes were compiled during the war by the district auditors on the occasion of their issuing or reissuing specie certificates; but most volumes were.
Military records pertain to the military in some way. There are a variety of military records that were created because of the involvement of the United States in the Revolutionary War, the War ofthe Civil War, World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, etc.
the War Department were destroyed by fire on November 8, The War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records was begun in when Secretary of War William Belknap made the first of several purchases of Revolutionary War records for the Depart-ment.
By War Department orders of July 3a Record. This collection of Revolutionary War records contains rosters, with service records, of ab soldiers and officers from the New England states, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina, arranged by regiment, company, and corps.
Saffell, who was counselor and agent for Revolutionary War pension claims also includes lists of distinguished. Daughters of the American Revolution, New York. Bible Records. v present. volumes. (R,qD23). Primarily a collection of family Bible records, the series also includes many genealogies.
Indexed in Revised Master Index to the New York State DAR Genealogical Records Volumes, Book 1 (R,qD23,). This guide, indicating and describing the scope of the Revolutionary War holdings at the Delaware Public Archives, will assist the researcher in finding both original and secondary source material.
RG Delaware Archives (A series of 13 manuscript boxes, 1 volume of original records and 3 published volumes) Delaware: Towns and Cities. Volume 1 includes complete transcriptions of three of the celebrated Virginia "War Volumes," along with many Virginia petitions from the Revolutionary War era.
Since most of these records have never been published, this book will be a valuable addition to This is the first in a series of volumes of transcribed Virginia war records from the Ratings: 0.
Records of the Revolutionary War Containing the Military and Financial Correspondence of Distinguished Officers (Book): Saffell, W. R.: Collected rosters with service records, accounting for s soldiers and officers from the New England states, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina, arranged by regiment, company, and.
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The State Archives maintains certain military service records from the Revolutionary War. For a $ fee we will search and provide copies of one or more of the following: Compiled service card (summary of known service) Up to three service slips (abstracts of manuscript service references) Manuscripts sources; The fee includes copies up to.
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Continental Army records, including orderly books for a troop of the 2nd Regiment, Continental Light Dragoons commanded by Maj. Benjamin Tallmadge () and an artillery brigade comprised of battalions commanded by John Crane, Charles Harrison, and John Lamb (), and vol.
() kept at General Washington's headquarters, Newburgh, N.Y.; New Jersey. This extremely useful work derives from an examination of more than 3, Revolutionary War pension claims and bounty land applications.
Part I, "Maryland Revolutionary Pensioners," gives the name of the veteran, his date of birth, rank, name of the group in which he served, and the name of the pension applicant (the widow, for example).