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  1. Captain James Penfield, 1863-1864: Civil War Diary--5th New York Volunteer Cavalry, Company H by Penfield Foundation, 1999-08-01
  2. Rolls of Connecticut Men in the French and Indian War 1755-1762: 1755-1757 (Rolls of Connecticut Men in the French & Indian War, 1755-17) by Connecticut Historical Society, 1994-01
  3. Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army from Its (2675) by Francis B. Heitman, 1994-01
  4. A Grassroots History of the American Civil War, Vol. 1: The Life and Times of Pvt. Ephraim Cooper One of Mr. Lincoln¿s First Volunteers by Richard J. Staats, 2003-10
  5. Arkansas pensioners, 1818-1900: Records of some Arkansas residents who applied to the federal government for benefits arising from service in federal military ... War, War of 1812, Indian and Mexican wars) by Dorothy E Payne, 2001
  6. Military discharges recorded in Monroe county, Tennessee, World War I by Lynn McConkey, 2001
  7. Military records of Jackson County, Indiana volunteers in the War Between the States, 1861-1865 by Loren W Noblitt, 2000
  8. Fayette County: Lawsuits, newspaper abstracts, Rev. pensions, 1812 pensions, 1812 pensions, will of Newman McCollum (Alabama records) by Pauline Myra Jones Gandrud, 1980
  9. Lawrence County: Deeds, 1850 census, newspaper extracts, cemeteries, Farris Bible record, will of Asa Dearing, lawsuits to State Supreme Court, Rev. pensions, 1812 pension (Alabama records) by Pauline Myra Jones Gandrud, 1980

21. Firstmom's Genealogy Resources - Military Resources
This page is for locating military records for genealogy or heritage French and Indian war historical. 1838 Indian Removal NC Regiment; Maine military Men, 1917
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Some of the links listed lead to databases. Thats a subscription site (see free trial link below!), but I include the links due to their value. There's just some databases that arent on the free sites yet, so the subscription is very well worth it if you're serious about finding your ancestors. If you find an ancestry link on my site, and know where that particular database can be accessed for free, let me know. NEW! 14-day Free Trial of's Databases GENERAL MILITARY
  • Center For Military History
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  • Ancient Faces Searchable Database of over 2700 photos online, includes military photographs.
  • 22. Firstmom's Ohio Genealogy Resources
    Civil war Research Database; Ohio military Men, 191718 Cincinnati historical Society; Newberry Library Ohio genealogy; Public Library of Cincinnati
    Genealogy Site Index
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    Military Resources Free Stuff Researcher's List ... The Genealogy Register
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    They now have International records online, choose INTL in the "location" box above when you search.
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    As seen on: Top 100 Genealogy Sites Some of the links listed lead to databases. Thats a subscription site (see free trial link below!), but I include the links due to their value. There's just some databases that arent on the free sites yet, so the subscription is very well worth it if you're serious about finding your ancestors. If you find an ancestry link on my site, and know where that particular database can be accessed for free, let me know.
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    Ohio Census, 1790-1890 Ohio
  • Ohio GenWeb Your starting place for Ohio Genealogy
  • Ohio GenWeb Searchable Archives
  • Ohio Resources at Rootsweb
  • Roots-L Resources-Ohio huge page of resources for Ohio Genealogy.
  • Genealogy Email Groups-Ohio Join a group of people researching the same areas as you.
  • 23. Civil War Genealogy
    Indiana Coalition to Honor Civil war Dead; Jewish historical Society of Metrowest; military Records for genealogy, Civil war Era;, genealogical
    Dakota State University
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    The American Civil War

    24. A Barrel Of Free Genealogy And Civil War Sites
    18611865); A brief introduction to genealogy and the Home Page; How to Order CW military Pension Michigan historical Museum (Michigan Battle Flags); Causes of
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    In Memoriam: JOHN J. LACOMBE, II
    On Monday, August 20, 2001 of Lanham, MD, John Lacombe died in his sleep very unexpectedly. He was the beloved son of the late John J. and Marian Lacombe; brother of Jim and Tom Lacombe. Friends were received at the RENDON HALE FUNERAL HOME, 9013 Annapolis Rd., Lanham, MD on Friday, August 25. Mass of Christian Burial was at St. Matthias Catholic Church, Lanham, MD on Saturday. Interment was at Fort Lincoln Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Mattias Catholic Church Building Fund, 9475 Annapolis Rd., Lanham, MD 20706. A long-time and active member of Capital PC User Group, John's web site is one of the most popular sites on . John's younger brother, Tom Lacombe, would be glad to receive email condolences and reminiscences at
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    25. Guide To Genealogy And Family Research - Military Records
    This site provides hundreds of genealogy links and lookup voluteers, message boards, military and war census records, state historical societies, photographs


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    Military and War Records
    These links will take you to pages that provide resources, links, and help for your research of military service, wars, history and military records. The Virtual Wall Digital, interactive legacy memorializing the men and women who gave their lives in Vietnam. Remembering - A Tribute to Veterans A tribute to all who served their country. Lay a virtual bouquet in honor of a friend or loved one. Links to veteran's organizations and all major US conflicts. Military Military sites worldwide, including genealogical and historical resources. The War Times Journal An on-line magazine of military history which features original articles and archives covering wars and campaigns of all periods.

    26. Revolutionary War Military Records
    the index to American British genealogy Heraldry American forces and you know his military unit, you may be able to uncover more historical information for
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    Revolutionary War Military Records
    by Myra Vanderpool Gormley, CG Printer-friendly version Finding Your Patriot Ancestors If your ancestors were living in America during the American Revolution, it is likely that they participated in the war effort. Find out what you'll learn in the three types of military records (service records, pension records, and bounty-land warrants) and how to locate your ancestors in each. The Revolutionary War was a long one, beginning on 19 April 1775 at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts between the local militia and British troops and finally ending, officially, with the signing of Treaty of Paris in 1783. If some of your ancestors were in America during this time, it is likely that you are a descendant of one or more Revolutionary War veterans. This eight-year war generated a tremendous volume of records on the approximately 250,000 military participants, and additional records have survived that refer to several million wives and descendants of these veterans. Your ancestor's role may have been small, but it is worth the effort to search for all records that may mention him or her.

    27. - New York In The Revolution War Of 1812 Military
    Instant access through an online subscription to genealogy Library. In records ranging from military diaries and muster rolls to historical essays, this
    Membership Software Family Tree Maker Data Collections ... Data on CD-ROM Your ancestors' names may be waiting for you here! Already subscribed?
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    Data on your ancestors may include: Dates of enlistment and discharge Residence, occupation, age What a person looked like Place of birth Enlisting officer Details of pension Remarks on service (killed, etc.) Instant access through an online subscription to Genealogy Library. Why Subscribe? Why CD-ROM? Click to enlarge In records ranging from military diaries and muster rolls to historical essays, this data collection details New York's participation in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. Within the indexed images of six books, you'll find reference to approximately 217,000 individuals. Among the books selected for inclusion in this collection, you'll find biographies and genealogies for thousands of individuals who fled to Connecticut following the Battle of Long Island in 1776 and an index to claims filed by New York residents who served in the War of 1812. In addition, you'll find a comprehensive report by the State Historian that identifies every person listed on muster rolls between 1664 and 1775. This list is especially useful because nearly all of the original muster rolls for colonial wars were destroyed in a 1911 fire at the state library.
    • Orderly Book of the Three Battalions of Loyalists
      Here you'll find an Orderly Book (or military diary) for three battalions of Loyalists raised for the defense of Long Island and commanded by General Oliver De Lancey. This military diary is followed by a valuable list of 1,500 New York Loyalists compiled from contemporary manuscripts and newspapers covering the period 1776-1784 and alphabetically arranged.

    28. Links To Genealogy Data
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    29. Links To Genealogy Data
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    Allcensus since 1997 Click Choice Below! Census Data Genealogy Data Family Research Earliest Immigrants ... Enhanced Link $10 yr World War II Military Census Records Suggest a Link When the Germans invaded Poland in September 1939 the world went to war for the second time in 27 years. Unbelievably, so soon after the "war that will end war" the nations and their leaders had allowed another conflict to threaten the all. The scope of the new war dawned gradually but ultimately involved over 200 countries, costs at least 55 million lives, and affected the life of virtually every individual on the planet. Click a War:

    30. Historical, Military And Family History Researcher In England - Roger E. Nixon
    Commonwealth war Graves Commission, Database records of 2 million war graves and the GENUKI United Kingdom genealogy Starting Points, A very useful point of

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    31. GenPortal CivilWar
    This is a genealogy site. Civil war Research Database (historical Data Systems). Civil war Vignettes Institute For Civil war Research. military Pension Records
    A Civil War Soldiers Diary American Civil War Map Exhibits American Civil War Photographs Civil War Preservations ... Letters of The Civil War Mega Collection of diaries, letters.. Schoff Civil War Collection Smithsonian Institutes Civil War Collection The American Civil War (Struggle to Preserve The Union)
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    32. Society, Genealogy, Military: Mailing Lists
    Mexicanwar - genealogy and the Mexican war. For anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in battles, regimental histories and military and pension
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    • - Genealogical and historical research surrounding 1776 and the American Revolution. ACWBLUE - For those who are trying to find genealogical information from the Northern States during the period of and around the American Civil War. ACWGREY - For those who are trying to find genealogical information from the Southern States during the period of and around the American Civil War. AMREV-CAMP-SECURITY - For anyone with a genealogical or historical interest in Camp Security, a Revolutionary War prisoner-of-war camp located just east of York, Pennsylvania. AMREV-Hessians - The Hessian soldiers (German auxiliary troops employed by King George III of England) who remained in America after the American Revolution. AR-Veterans - For anyone with a genealogical interest in those who signed up for military service in Arkansas and/or participated in military operations in Arkansas during the Indian Wars, Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, Spanish American War, and World War I. ASASRA - Australian Special Air Service Regiment Association.

    33. East Greenwich New Jersey - GENEALOGY RESEARCH
    Civil war Treasures from the NY historical Society. Monuments and Memorials to military Women. RESEARCH TOOLS for New Jersey SEE genealogy IN GLOUCESTER COUNTY
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    both the city/town/borough AND State levels . If the local clerk does not have the document, contact the State of New Jersey
    East Greenwich NJ Township Clerk
    (limited) official collection of vital records began in 1848, but county clerks did record information on marriages before that date. You may contact the East Greenwich Registrar by phone or mail, and she will research to see if the records are available locally. If you wish for a copy of the original, you must state that in your request.
    NJ Department of Health and Human Services
    - Vital Records from June 1878 to present. The link above provides information on how to obtain these documents and an application form. Telephone and FAX requests are available, using a credit card to order the documents. New Jersey State Archives - Vital Records: May 1848 to May 1878
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    New Jersey State Archives

    34. Civil War Links - Genealogy
    How To Order military Pension Records for Indiana Civil war Roots genealogy Page; Confederate POW s buried in Indiana; Knott County historical Genealogical
    Civil War Genealogy
  • Virginia Civil War Genealogy
  • History, Genealogy and Family History Mall
  • American Civil War Veterans Buried in Australia
  • A Barrel of Links ... Family Tree Maker 's Genealogy How-To Guide Finding Your Civil War Ancestor in Wisconsin Fort Delaware Queries Free Search ... Guide To Tracing Your African American Civil War Ancestor by Jeanette Braxton-Secret Indiana Civil War Roots Genealogy Page
  • Confederate POW's buried in Indiana
  • Machias, NY Civil War Veterans Home Page
  • Meigs County, Ohio ... ROOTS-L Resources Page and its Civil War Page Russell County, VA Searchable Genealogy Links Searching for your Louisiana Ancestors ...
  • Wood County (TX) Genealogical Society
  • 35. German Genealogy: Short Guide To The Vienna War Archive
    genealogy Home (E only in 1801 were the actual ”ImperialRoyal war Archives” founded of the Habsburg Monarchy and a center for military historical research
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    Austria Home
    The Austrian State Archives
    War Archives
    Nottendorfergasse 2-4
    A-1030 Wien

    Tel: (0222) 795 40 -
    Fax: (0222) 795 40 -109
    (Notice: the phone number from abroad is: +43-1-79540 - resp. +43-1-79540 - 109) (You may reach the archive via subway line U 3 , station Erdberg Top of page
    The Archives holds about 40 linear kilometers (roughly 25 miles) of records including more than 240,000 archival units (boxes/facsimiles/books), more than 416,000 maps and plans, as well as about 300,000 pictures. Top of page
    Director: Hofrat Dr. Rainer Egger (Ext. 450)
    Assistant Director: Hofrat Dr. Peter Broucek (Ext. 400)
    Secretariat: Mrs. Monika Heckermann (Ext. 452) Top of page
    In principle, all records more than thirty years old are available to the public, so long as they do not fall under the provisions of the Information Protection Act or the Personal Information Act. A printed inventory, and help guides concerning the various record groups are available in the research room. Because of the organizational procedures, archival documents are not available for use until 24 hours after being ordered. Records can used exclusively in the central research room of the Austrian State Archives (Ext. 504). Initial information will be given by the archives' directorate. If not too time-consuming, written inquiries will be answered without charge by the archive advisors. Photocopies, photographs, readerprints and microfilms can be ordered for a charge.

    36. Historical Society Of Delaware - Delaware Genealogy
    book catalog under the subject heading genealogyHANDBOOKS, MANUALS the name of the war or military unit Other sources are available in the historical Society of
    Delaware Genealogy
    A guide to Research in the Historical Society of Delaware Research Library Introduction Using the Library Collections Other Sources for Genealogical Research On Delaware Introduction T he history of a family over many generations lies buried in different sources and places. Like a good detective, the genealogist must search for the pieces of a family's past in those many sources such as books, documents, and manuscripts. The genealogist must also be patient and imaginative, for the search can take years and involve a string of clues that lead to new sources. The factsnames, dates, eventsthat a genealogist gathers through the years are like pieces of a puzzle. Gradually those pieces can be fitted together to make a picture of a family, its many members, and its unique history. D elaware's rich and complex colonial history offers genealogists a special challenge. Settled first by the Swedes in 1638, control of the area subsequently passed to the Dutch and then to the English, who ruled through James, Duke of York until he granted the land to William Penn in 1682. During those years Delaware was governed from a distance, so early colonial documents might be found in many places, including the archives of New York State and Pennsylvania, as well as those of Sweden, the Netherlands, and Great Britain. Many of those early records have been printed and can be found in books located in the library of The Historical Society of Delaware. A full search would require trips to many archives.

    37. Carolyn Brady | Historical Research | Japanese-American Genealogy | Military Rec
    soldiers who served in the US military in the 20th century. Unfortunately a fire in 1973 destroyed many of the records for those who served in World war II and
    Family History Resources:
    Military Records ALWAYS UNDER CONSTRUCTION - updated 5 August 2002 If you have any corrections, additions, or suggestions for links that you find especially useful, please contact me Military Personnel Service Records The National Archives' National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, MO, houses the records for soldiers who served in the U.S. military in the 20th century. Unfortunately a fire in 1973 destroyed many of the records for those who served in World War II and the Korean War, but they can search to see what materials might remain related to a particular person. Veterans and their next of kin or legal representative can request their records using the SF180 form (available in PDF form at that page). It's a government form, so be sure to read all the fine print. World War I Draft Cards In 1917 and 1918, all men in the U.S. between 18 and 45 years of age (born between 1872-1900) were supposed to register for the draft regardless of citizenship. This does not mean that they ever served in the military. The original cards are housed at the

    38. ShadCat's Free Genealogy Listings - MILITARY
    Michigan historical Museum (Michigan Battle Flags) military Order of the Loyal Legion Ohio in the Civil war Original Arkansas genealogy Project, Civil war
    Clicking on the following links will cause you to leave this website. Please bookmark this page or use your browser's "Back" button to return. I am in no way responsible for the following sites.
    American Revolution
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    Vietnam War
    Brief History of Jackson County, AL
    including a list of Jackson County soldiers lost in WWII, Korea, and Vietnam
    Vietnam War POW/MIA database

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    Black Troops in the Spanish-American War

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    1st Maryland Cavalry Battalion, CSA
    2nd New York Regiment 3rd Ohio Volunteer Cavalry 6th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment ... 78th PA Volunteer Infantry - complete roster! A brief introduction to Genealogy and the Civil War African-American Civil War Memorial American Civil War Links American Civil War: Resources on the Internet ... Finding a Civil War Ancestor - contains ships' passenger lists, cemetery lists, Loyalist Muster Roll lists (American Rev. War), and various tutorials, such as Genealogy for Beginners, Finding a Civil War Ancestor, and has Dutch Research and Mennonite Research Corners. Areas of specialty are Dutch research and Lancaster County, PA, USA research. GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) Homepage Guide to Tracing Your African American Civil War Ancestor Harvard Regiment Home Page, The

    39. Genealogy Military Rosters And Military Records Information For Genealogy Resear
    military rosters and military records for your genealogy research, including Civil war and Revolutionary war rosters and historical accounts of military events
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    Find military rosters and military records for your genealogy research, including soldier rosters and historical accounts of military events.

    Military Rosters and Military Records for Genealogy
    Veterans of the War of 1812 Listed in the 1903 Membership Roll of the Pennsylvania Society Descendants of Veterans of the War of 1812 - A - C Descendants of Veterans of the War of 1812 - D - J Descendants of Veterans of the War of 1812 - K - R ... Officers of the Veterans of the War of 1812 Since it began. Wesleyan University Class of 1865 who served in the Civil War On GeneaSearch Research Tools Find Surnames Locations ... Home Add your surnames to over
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    40. Facts & History: Genealogy Resources
    Overview of Maine military Records; Revolutionary war Land Grants Maine historical Societies; Search municipal records held by State More genealogy Resources.
    Welcome to the Official Web Site of The State of Maine My Government Living Visiting ... Home Genealogy Resources
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