Revolutionary War Pension Records

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital 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. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family,



Alabama Revolutionary War Pensions

  Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital 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. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s



Georgia Revolutionary War Pension Records

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital 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. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family,



Seminole Indian War

During the American Revolution (1776-1783), Spain gained control of Florida as part of the Treaty of Paris. On September 3, Britain also signed separate agreements with France and Spain, and (provisionally) with the Netherlands. In the treaty with Spain, the colonies of East and West Florida were ceded to Spain (without any clearly defined northern



Fourth Regiment 2nd Brigade Florida Militia

Muster Roll of Captain Daniel S. Gardner’s Company of the 4th Regiment, 2nd Brigade of the Florida Militia, commanded by Col. Warren, ordered into service of the United States by Brig. Gen’l Hernandez from the 10th day of November 1835 to the 5th day of March 1836. On 11th August 1836 at Jacksonville, Florida, the



Pequot Indian War

The Pequot and their traditional enemies, the Mohegan, were at one time a single socio-political entity. Anthropologists and historians contend that sometime before contact with the Puritan English, the Pequot split into the two competing groups. In the 1630s, the Connecticut River Valley was in turmoil. The Pequot aggressively worked to extend their area of



Creek Indian Wars

The Creek Indians, who had been allies of the British during the War of 1812, were angered by white encroachment on their hunting grounds in Georgia and Alabama. In 1813, some Creeks under Chief Red Eagle (William Weatherford) (1780-1824) attacked and burned Fort Mims on the lower Alabama River, killing about 500 whites [the Fort



French and Indian War

French and Indian War



Utah Blackhawk Indian War

1856 – 1857 Trails to Utah and the Pacific: Diaries and Letters, 1846-1869 (hosted at American Memory) Utah Black Hawk War (hosted at National Indian Wars Association) Indian Depredations in Utah (hosted at Peter Gottfredson Author and Historian) Names that appear in the book Excerpts from the book  



Texas Civil War Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls

1st Texas Infantry, Co. D, Texas Guards, CSA (hosted at Civil War Rosters) 1st Texas Sharpshooters, CSA (hosted at Lamar County TXGenWeb) 1st Texas Volunteer Infantry Regiment (hosted at Texas Brigade) 2nd Texas Cavalry – Gidding’s Bn. Co. B (hosted at Civil War Rosters) 2nd Texas Cavalry Co. K  (No host listed) 2nd Texas Infantry



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