1 edition of Index of Revolutionary War pension applications. found in the catalog.
Index of Revolutionary War pension applications.
Written in English
Revision of th index which was previously published in serial installments in the National Genealogical Society quarterly, 1943-64.
|Statement||Begun by Max Ellsworth Hoyt and Frank Johnson Metcalf. Continued by Agatha Bouson Hoyt. Completed by Mabel Van Dyke Baer and Sadye Giller. Revised by Sadye Giller, William H. Dumont and Louise M. Dumont.|
|Series||Its Special publication, no. 32, Special publications of the National Genealogical Society ;, no. 32.|
|Contributions||Giller, Sadye., Dumont, William H., Dumont, Louise M., National Genealogical Society.|
|LC Classifications||CS42 .N43 no. 32|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1324|
|LC Control Number||67008844|
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Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives (Special Publication - National Genealogical Society ; No. 40) Revised & enlarged Edition by National Genealogical Society (Author)Format: Hardcover.
"Index to Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives". Special Publication Number Revised. and enl. Arlington, Virginia: National Genealogical Society, (FHL book M22ng ) This index contains the name of the veteran and or the widow with the state and pension or bounty land warrant number.
With the information contained in this book Revolutionary War pensions may be ordered from the National Archives. An excellent discourse on pension legislation is in the introductory material.
Index of Revolutionary War pension applications in the National Archives. Washington: National Genealogical Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: National Genealogical Society.; United States.
National Archives and Records Service.; United States. Veterans Administration. ISBN: Index of Revolutionary war pension applications: additions. Statement of Responsibility: Authors: National Genealogical Society (Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs Language: English Publication: 53 p.
in 3 pts. ; 27 cm. References: (Index For) National Genealogical Society quarterly / National Genealogical Society. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files contains scanned documents of these records (from National Archives Microfilm Publication M) Numbered Record Books Concerning Military Operations and Service, Pay and Settlement of Accounts, and Supplies in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records (from National Archives Microfilm.
About Revolutionary War Pension Index Affecting the lives of millions of people in North America, the Revolutionary War involved thousands of Americans fighting for independence. This database is an index to a list of pensions awarded to U. veterans of the war. The Revolutionary War pension and bounty-land warrant application files contain many 18th-century documents such as commissions, discharges, deeds, wills, diaries, journals, muster rolls, newspaper clippings, letters, marriage certificates, and family bible pages.
Transcriptions are provided for pension applications filed by Revolutionary War soldiers serving in the Southern Campaigns.
Rosters are also included, as available. All site documents are indexed and simultaneously searchable. Revolutionary War Pension Files And Related Accounts, (8 boxes, 5 volumes) RG-7, Records of the General Assembly. House File, (66 boxes, 1 carton) RG, Records of the Supreme Court.
Revolutionary War Soldiers' Claims and Related Papers, (6 folders). ̲̲̲̲ ̲̲̲Corrections to the Index of Revolutionary War pension applications, by Sadye Giller. Washington, 64 l. (Its Special publication, no.
31). Description:53 pages: Other Titles: National Genealogical Society Quarterly. Responsibility: Prepared from original files in the National Archives. [editors, Gaius M. Brumbaugh. The Revolutionary War Pension Applications Index contains records of Revolutionary War veterans who applied for pension benefits in Maine.
These records. MARYLANDERS IN THE INDEX OF REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSION APPLICATIONS. Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" — Manufacturer: n.p.
Index to the Papers of the Continental Congress,by John P. Buter, Vol.film # Vol. film # Pension Books at most Archives: The Pension Index, alphabetical by surname, lists State, pension no., etc. If the soldier applied and receive a pension his pension.
This index links to a collection of Revolutionary pension records which includes images of entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War.
These records reveal more details about the veteran's history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. Surviving Revolutionary War pensions are at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) in Washington, DC. They’re alphabetized and microfilmed (see NARA microfilm M).
A finding aid, Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives, is in many libraries. See below Revolutionary War Pension Index. Pensions Abstracted in the Archivist. The following Revolutionary War Pension Files have been abstracted in "The Archivist" (see below). Issues before are freely available on the website.
and later are available after logging into the member area. Many of the bounty land application files relating to Revolutionary War and War of service have been combined with the pension files.
There is also a series of unindexed bounty land warrant applications based on service between andwhich includes disapproved applications based on Revolutionary War service.
Index of Revolutionary War pension applications., Begun by Max Ellsworth Hoyt and Frank Johnson Metcalf. Continued by Agatha Bouson Hoyt. Completed by Mabel Van Dyke Baer and Sadye Giller. Revised by Sadye Giller, William H.
Dumont and Louise M. Dumont. 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.
The Pension Lists of With Other Revolutionary War Pension Records - Two catastrophic fires inone in the War Department, the other in the Treasury Department, destroyed the earliest Revolutionary War pension application records.
These records consisted primarily of claims for relief based on death or disability suffered during.The item Marylanders in the index of Revolutionary War pension applications, by Raymond B. Clark, Jr represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.
This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch.Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications in the National Archives (Book): National Genealogical Society: The first step in determining service in the Revolutionary War is to consult this work.
Alphabetically listed veterans and their widows who applied for pensions and bounty land warrents, including all additions and corrections uncovered by the National Genealogical Society in .