3 edition of Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions (Special Publication - Virginia Genealogical Society) found in the catalog.
Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions (Special Publication - Virginia Genealogical Society)
Virginia Genealocical Society
June 1985 by Southern Historical Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
Iberian Publishing Company supplies reference works for historical and genealogical research. These records concern the American Revolution, the War of , the Civil War and World War I. 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. The most complete military roster for the state, this monumental work contains the names of approximat soldiers from North Carolina who served during the Revolution. Service records include such information as rank, company, date of enlistment or commission, period of service, combat experience, and whether captured, wounded, or killed. About Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants After the Revolutionary War, the federal government awarded bounty lands to citizens and soldiers for services rendered. In its simplest form, this involved the exchange of free land for military service.
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State Pensions McGhee, Lucy Kate Walker. Virginia Pension Abstracts of the Wars of the Revolution, and Indian Wars. Washington, D.C.,35 vols. plus index to v. Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions.
Richmond: Virginia Genealogical Society, Revolutionary War Bounty Warrants Revolutionary War Rejected Claims Revolutionary War Virginia State Pensions.
Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War (at Ancestry/requires payment) Revolutionary War Records, Vol. 1, Virginia by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh scanned book at.
Revolutionary War Pensions and Index (Virginia). FHL Film A published index is Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions (; Reprint, Easley, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, ) FHL Book M2v This abstracts the information found in the pension files of about soldiers who received pensions from the state.
Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files. Four Volumes. Waynesboro, Tennessee: National Historical Publishing, – (FHL book M28g.) Some entries in this work have cross-references to the Virginia half-pay claims, state pensions, and state bounty lands.
Volume four indexes the. Get this from a library. Virginia Revolutionary War state pensions. [Virginia Genealogical Society,] -- "Abstracts of some pension records of the soldiers in Virginia. In the majority of these files, the date of death of the soldier or his widow is shown, and the name of the executor or.
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The Library of Virginia was created by the General Assembly in to organize, care for, and manage the state’s growing collection of books and official records.
Today the Library houses a vast collection of materials on Virginia government, history, and culture. Virginia’s state Revolutionary War pensions are digitized and available File Size: KB. ARMSTRONG, JAMES (6) Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions. ARRASMITH, MASNEY (1) ASHBY, BAILEY (7) Capt.
William Washington's Co, 3rd Virginia Regiment. Died Nov/DecPhiladelphia Hospital, Stafford County Book AA, pg. ASHBY, JOHN (7) 3rd Virginia Regiment. Father of Bailey Ashby. Roll: 28 Image: File: R Pension Scan.
Original data: Washington, D.C.: A. and G. Way, Printers, Taken from a book in the collection of the Leavenworth County Genealogical Society titled Letter from the Secretary of Way, communicating A Transcript of the Pension List of the United States showing the Number of Pensioners in the Several Districts.
Also, The Amount Allowed to each Pensioner dated June 1,Referred to the. Virginia's Share in the Military Movements of the Revolution In this article we present a bird's-eye view of those field movements of the Revolution, which immediately concern Virginia, It will interpret much of what is told in the pension declarations.
During the spring ofVirginia committed herself to the cause of American Size: KB. Revolutionary War Virginia State Pensions. index to and scanned images of the surviving records that veterans and their widows presented to the county courts to certify their eligibility for pension.
Richmond Esthetic Survey/Historic Building Survey. Book B, Book I, Book L - N, Books O - Q, Book R - T, Books U - W, Book X Part 1 and Part 2. Virginia Digital Collections Revolutionary War Virginia State Pensions – Index to and scanned images of the surviving records that veterans and their widows presented to the.
Revolutionary War Pensions Awarded By State GovernmentsThe General and Federal Governments Prior toand by Private Acts of Congress Prior to Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co, Inc., By: Virginia Genealogical Society, Pub. reprintedpages, soft cover, Index, ISBN # Abstracts of some pension records of the soldiers in Virginia.
In the majority of these files, the date of death of the soldier or his widow is shown, and. Class L^^^ VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia (Supplement) Special Report of the Department. of Archives and History for H. ECKENP:QDE, Archivist r RICHMOND: DAVIS BOTTOM, SVPEBINTENDENT OF PUBLIC PBINTINO 31.
f List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of V ^inia PART 2 Preface The first part of the. Pension List For Revolutionary or Military Services. Janu The Pension List is a report of the names, rank and line of every person placed on the pension list in pursuance of the act of the 18th March, Try our genealogy search engine.
Pension List: Connecticut Pensioners. Delaware Pensioners. [Gardner, Malcolm and Gardner, Louise, comp.] Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions.
[Easly, SC]: Virginia Genealogical Society, [reprinted by Southern Historical Press, ] Prefaced by a summary of the various Acts of Congress and the Assembly which shaped the state pension plan, it provides alphabetically arranged synopses of soldier's.
Virginia: Zachariah Mills, Alvin Montjoy, Robert Scott, Anthony Tinsley, and George Toombs Revolutionary War pension application files have much to offer genealogists.
If you have lost track of a family around the Revolutionary War, like the Ide family in Vermont, these records might connect your line as it connected Daniel and Israel. Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants: Awarded by State Governments.
Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck. Format Book Published Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., c Language English ISBN Description xxvii, p. ; 24 cm. Local Notes. Revolutionary War Pensions Awarded By State Governments –, the General and Federal Governments Prior toand By Private Acts of Congress to Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Virginia MILITIA in the Revolutionary War.
[J.T. McAllister] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. By: J.T. McAllister, Pub.Reprintedpages, Index, ISBN # The Virginia Militia played a large role in the American Revolution. At one point/5(11). Note: Prior to national pension laws concerning veterans of the Revolutionary War (exception 15 May resolution) specified disability or death of the soldier or sailor as the basis for a pension.
18 March - The U. Congress granted pensions to Revolutionary War. A donation to the Library of Virginia's Adopt Virginia's History program from the Friends of the Virginia State Archives, Junein honor of Peter Broadbent for his chairmanship of the Library of Virginia Board, has funded the conservation of the Order Book for 1st Brigade of.
About Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War This database includes the summary of the Militia's military movements arranged by counties, declarations of Virginia Militia Pensioners, Militia officers appointed in various counties, and pensioners residing in and outside of Virginia in who received pensions as Virginia militiamen.
You can try to find this item in a library or search in this text to find the frequency and page number of specific words and phrases.
This can be especially useful to help you decide if the book is worth buying, checking out from a library, etc. Revolutionary War Pensions Awarded by State Governmentsthe General and Federal Governments Prior toand by Private Acts of Congress to $ – $ One box contained a bundle of declarations for Revolutionary War pensions filed in the Pittsylvania County Court.
Declarations are narratives recorded by Revolutionary War veterans recounting their tours of duty fifty years earlier. One veteran named Lewis Ralph was years-old at the time he filed his declaration in Another abstract of information from pension files of soldiers who received pensions from the state of Virginia is Virginia Revolutionary War Pensions (; reprint, Easley, S.C.:.
Revolutionary War records, volume 1, Virginia: Virginia Army and Navy forces, with bounty land warrants for Virginia Military District of Ohio, and Virginia military scrip, from Federal and state archives. [Washington, D.C.?: The Author, ] Library also has ed.
of this volume, as vol. 1 of Revolutionary War records. The data for the study is drawn largely from the Revolutionary War pension applications and associated papers and reports and supplemented by state and local records.2 A preliminary study of the mobility of s Revolutionary War veterans from across the country revealed that, in the years after the war, more than half the pensioners ( The Revolutionary War Pension Applications Index contains records of Revolutionary War veterans who applied for pension benefits in Maine.
These records were gathered from the Maine State Archives. To get more information on the Revolutionary War Pension Applications Index, visit the website for the Maine State Archives. Revolutionary War Online Records Original Documents from the National Archives through Search The Muster and Pay Rolls of the War of the Revolution, Browse these rolls by state and name of organization (regiment, battalion, guard, company, etc.).
Find names of soldiers with the help of annotations supplied by other Footnote. This new book contains information on individuals ( pages), many supported by primary source documents from their Revolutionary War Pension files, Military unit Muster and Ray Rolls or individual Service Cards, Bounty Land Applications in VA, Revolutionary War Rejected Claims (VA), and Revolutionary War Virginia State "List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia" published by the State Library inhas a pretty full discussion of the question.
Thomas Jefferson in answer to Query IX of his "Notes on Virginia" gives the total militia enrolled in the state, inby counties, as 49, It should be remembered that the militia system of the state.
Revolutionary War Pension Index. Original source: Washington, D.C.: A. and G. Way, Printers, Taken from a book in the collection of the Leavenworth County Genealogical Society titled Letter from the Secretary of Way, communicating A Transcript of the Pension List of the United States showing the Number of Pensioners in the Several Districts.
Also, The Amount Allowed to each Pensioner. Pension Acts. An Overview of Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Legislation. and the Southern Campaigns Pension Transcription Project.
By Will Graves (revised Ma )Beginning as early atthe Continental Congress recognized the benefit of extending pension and bounty land benefits to the men who fought for America’s independence from Great Britain. By: J.T. McAllister, Pub.Reprintedpages, soft cover, Index, ISBN #The Virginia Militia played a large role in the American Revolution.
At one point, it numbered aro persons. This book does not profess to be a history of the Virginia Militia Pages: A premier collection of Revolutionary War records, the Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files contain an estima application files from officers and enlisted men who served in the Revolutionary War in all branches of the American military: army, navy, and marines.
The files that make up these records consist of 10" x 14" cards or 10" x 14" envelopes that. 51 and 52 () Pension Roll of Virginia (APA ) 53 and 54 () War Office Journal and Letterbook () 55 () War Office Order Book, () War Office Letter Books, IV.
Size rolls in RG 2, State Government A. Accession “Revolutionary Army No. 1,” aka “Register of Non-CommissionedFile Size: KB.Teipe, Emily J. America's First Veterans and the Revolutionary War Pensions.
Lewiston, N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press, Wilson, Samuel M. Catalogue of Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors of the Commonwealth of Virginia to Whom Land Bounty Warrants were Granted by Virginia for Military Services in the War for Independence.
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