3 edition of War of 1812 pensions. found in the catalog.
War of 1812 pensions.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||War of 1812 pensions|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Revolutionary Pensions|
|The Physical Object|
"[Reproduces] bound volumes containing two series of military bounty land warrants issued between and to veterans of the War of , and four volumes of . The item Twenty-four hundred Tennessee pensioners: revolution, War of , compiled by Zella Armstrong represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or .
His in-depth handling of land grant and pension records will be of particular interest as the Preserve the Pensions project makes those records more available. This “Community . The War of has been referred to by some historians as America’s “forgotten conflict.” The contest between the United States and Great Britain, fought in the years , is mired .
War of Preserve the Pensions | Help the Federation of Genealogical Society preserve the War of Pension files and make them freely accessible to all researchers! List of Pensioners and Survivors of the War of Taken from the List of Pensioners on the Roll, January 1, , State of New York Contributors Elizabeth Freeman Reed, Maria .
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Pensions were first granted to soldiers who were disabled while in the service and to heirs of soldiers who died during the war. The first pension acts based on service were not passed. Resources in NARA Scan your War of records in our DC Scanning Room. Genealogical Records of the War of An article on War of records in the National Archives.
Perhaps the most genealogically rich records for this period are the pension application files in the records of the Veterans Administration (Record Group 15). There are. Citizens who joined the militia and served in the army or navy during the War of were eligible for pensions.
Throughout the s, nearlyapplications were. War of Pension Application Files Index, This database contains an index to War of pension application files.
Pensions were applied for and granted to War of. War of Preserve the Pensions has 1, members. Preserve the Pensions seeks to preserve and digitize million pages of War of Pension.
Preserving War of Pensions, Austin, Texas. 4, likes 2 talking about this. Digitized images of the War of pension files are freely accessible to everyone on (14). War of Pension Files Total Records Records: 1, Complete: 82%Content Source The National Archives Publication Number: n/a Record Group: 15 Published on Fold3 Ap.
The item Record of abstracts, pension papers: soldiers of the Revolutionary War, War of & Indians wars who settled in the county of Nelson (Bardstown, Kentucky) (county seat) state of. A List of Pensioners of the War of Byron N. Clark. Research publication Company, - Military pensions - pages. 0 Reviews.
Preview this book. War of pensions The War of utilized seamen on the Atlantic coast and Great Lakes, regular Army troops and local militias organized by county and state. After the war ended in. Come explore Fold3’s growing collection of War of Pension Files.
In andCongress authorized military pensions for men who had served in the War of. A few claims were filed from foreign countries and the name of the country is provided as shown in the War of Pension Application Files. There is also other miscellaneous information Author: Virgil D White.
This ongoing project provides a free index to War of pension application files. Currently, the index lists more than 9, soldiers along with their birth year, death year, place of residence. The War of pension and bounty land warrant files are currently being digitized. Complete files for soldiers with last names beginning with the letters A - L and many soldiers with last.
This webinar will focus on the various documents that might be found in the Pension records of The War of veterans, how they might be used to overcome brick walls in genealogical.
Recently the Federation of Genealogical Societies announced the donation of $, to the “Preserve the Pensions” War of Pension Project.
The donation is a. Get this from a library. War of pensioners living in Georgia during the 's. [Gregath Company.;]. Get this from a library. Major index to pension list of the War of [Annie Walker Burns]. Overmen served in the War ofsome for as little as a month.
Their service records are found mostly in the National Archives but also in various other archives and repositories. An Index to War of Pension Application Files is available there on microfilm, and has been transcribed in Virgil D.
White’s Index to War of Pension Files (). Another useful .The United States declared war in Juneand the conflict ended infollowing the Treaty of Ghent.
Pennsylvania, legislation passed in and subsequent subsequent acts, granted .War of Records of Widows admitted as Militia Pensioners These records give the name of the husband with his rank and date of death. Under "remarks" there are occasion statements .