3 edition of List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Special report of the Department of Archives and History for 1912, List of the Revolutionary soldiers of Virginia, pt. 2|
|Statement||H.J. Eckenrose, archivist.|
|Contributions||Eckenrode, H. J. 1881-|
|LC Classifications||E263.V8 V82 Suppl.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||17009540|
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Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War (at Ancestry/requires payment) Revolutionary War Records, Vol. 1, Virginia by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh scanned book at. Eckenrode, H. List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia. Richmond, Va.: D. Bottom, Digital version at Internet Archive; FHL book M23vfilm i fiche ; supplement: FHL film and fiche This helps identify approximat Revolutionary soldiers from Virginia.
This is a reprint of the book originally published as a "Special Report of the Department of Archives and History for ," in the Thirteenth Annual Report of the Library Board of the Virginia State LibraryRichmond, Virginia, This book covers the pre-Revolutionary period, and is a listing of individual soldiers of Virginia 4/5(2).
As we continue to get closer to a complete collection of The Pennsylvania Archives, we find more interesting facts. Here is an alphabetical list of Revolutionary Soldiers “compiled chiefly from The Depreciation Account books in the office of the Auditor General of Pennsylvania”.
The introduction continues: “It contains nearly ten thousand names, and, as will be seen hereafter, but a.
List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia, supplement by Virginia State Library. Archives Division; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Virginia. Virginia Soldiers of Identifies many military men from Virginia who fought in the Revolutionary War. Catalogue of Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
This book is a catalogue to those soldiers and sailors who were granted land bounty warrants by Virginia in return for their service during the American. List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia by Virginia State Library. Archives Division.,D. Bottom, superintendent of public printing edition, in EnglishPages: "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. 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. Get this from a library. List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia: special report of the Department of archives and history for [H J Eckenrode; Virginia State Library.
Archives Division.]. Virginia Soldiers of Identifies many military men from Virginia who fought in the Revolutionary War. Virginia, Colonial Abstracts, This book consists of abstracts for births, marriages, deaths, tax lists, court orders, militia lists, wills, and deeds from the Tidewater region of Virginia.
Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War. Militia Lists in APALibrary of Virginia Library of Virginia, Record Gr Auditor of Public Accounts, Inventory Entry“Militia Lists ” contains two inches of militia muster rolls or “lists” submitted by militia officers to Virginia’s Auditors for payment.
The inventory entry (Salmon and Kolbe, Auditor of Public Accounts Inventory [Richmond: Virginia. Textual Records: Selected volumes of the "Numbered Record Books" series (), including letters sent, mainly by Brig.
Gen. Edward Hand, ; an orderly book, October; records of Capt. Thomas Mighill, ; and miscellaneous records relating to soldiers and activities in New York State, Miscellaneous numbered records.
Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, – (; reprint, ). These compilations include references to secondary material and to items not in the Library of Virginia’s collection, as does E. Sanchez-Saavedra, comp., A Guide to Virginia Military Organizations in the File Size: KB.
The item Revolutionary soldiers in Kentucky: containing a roll of the officers of Virginia line who received land bounties ; a roll of the Revolutionary pensioners in Kentucky ; a list of the Illinois regiment who served under George Rogers Clark in the Northwest campaign, also a roster of the Virginia Navy, compiled by Anderson Chenault Quisenberry from various sources, represents a.
The Online Books Page List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for H.J.
Eckenrose, archivist. List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia Special Report of the Department of Archives and History for (Book): Virginia State Library. Virginia Revolutionary Tax Lists from the Records of the Auditor of Public Accounts Subcommittee of Revolutionary Taxes, Genealogy Committee, National Society Sons of the American Revolution John D.
Sinks, Harold Ford, and Tilghman McCabe, Jr. Ap Purpose of the Report Background. The Library of Virginia holds a number of.
The General Assembly's Joint Legislative Audit Review Committee (JLARC) published a booklet several years ago containing the names of thousands of Revolutionary War soldiers and patriots buried in Virginia. That list, however, was not complete.
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.
The Revolutionary War soldiers identified in this work lived at one time or another in what is now the State of West Virginia, their military duties having been discharged in the service of other states.
The data given for each soldier typically includes the name, age, date of birth, service record, date pension applied for and granted, place of residence, names of wife and children, and.
Also bound with this book is, the Index to Saffell's List of Virginia Soldiers in the Revolution, by J. McAllister, published inwhich enhances the utility of the work. Softcover, (), reprintedIndex, : 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.
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.
The American soldiers were collectively called the Continental Army. Continental Army infantry. John Laurens was a soldier and a diplomat in the Revolutionary War. He was also an abolitionist who spent a lot of time and effort trying to get Congress and South Carolina legislature to approve a regiment of black soldiers.
He died in a small. New Jersey. Adjutant-General's Office. Official Register of the Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War. Trenton, NJ, Wm. Nicholson & Co., Printers "Printed by authority of the Legislature." William S.
Stryker, Adjutant General. a| Revolutionary soldiers in Kentucky, b| containing a roll of the officers of Virginia line who received land bounties; a roll of the Revolutionary pensioners in Kentucky; a list of the Illinois regiment who served under George Rogers Clark in the Northwest campaign.
Also a roster of the Virginia Navy. 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. : AMHERST COUNTY, VIRGINIA, IN THE REVOLUTION. INCLUDING EXTRACTS FROM THE "LOST ORDER BOOK" BRAND NEW Hardcover in Red Cloth issued without jacket - Still in Publisher Shrinkwrap - pp - Reprint of Original - Located on the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Amherst County was created from the southwestern portion of Albemarle Price Range: $ - $ List of the Colonial Soldiers of Virginia.
Browse this collection. The database includes the names of ten National Guard and Regular Army soldiers from Virginia who died during this conflict.
World War I, – The World War I portion of the Virginia Military Dead Database currently contains 3, entries including a few duplicate entries. Link To This Page — Contact Us — 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 users and. Virginia Half Pay and Other Related Revolutionary War Pension Application Files (Microfilm Roll #M, Record Group 15) ; U.S. Revolutionary War Bounty Land Warrants Used in the U.S.
Military District of Ohio and Relating Papers (Acts of, and. West Virginia revolutionary ancestors: whose services were non-military and whose names, therefore, do not appear in Revolutionary indexes of soldiers and sailors. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.
Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Reddy, Anne Waller, Burgess, Louis Alexander. Virginia Soldiers of Spartanburg, S.C.: Reprint Company, 3 vols.
Reprint of edition. Compiled from the land bounties filed in the Virginia Land Office for land grants issued in Kentucky and Ohio as reward for military service in the Revolutionary War. partially indexed them in his List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia.
They are still loosely referred to by roman numerals and range in size from pages to over pages. Five of the volumes have been microfilmed and the rest are currently scheduled for filming.
An inventory as they were arranged by Eckenrode is found inFile Size: KB. List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for H.J. Eckenrose, archivist.Here is an alphabetical list of 4, Revolutionary soldiers and sailors from Virginia who received land warrants in what is now the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
The entries include the number of each warrant, the acres of land granted, the soldier’s rank and department of service, and the term and date of warrant.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 applications.