4 edition of Pennsylvania soldiers of the Revolutionary War, living in states other than PA found in the catalog.
Pennsylvania soldiers of the Revolutionary War, living in states other than PA
Paul W. Myers
|Statement||compiled by Paul W. Myers.|
|LC Classifications||E263.P4 M93 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||87401984|
Revolutionary War Military Abstracts and File Index (in the PA archives) Valley Forge Muster Roll. Access to Military Service and Pension Records. PA Revolutionary War Records from Archives. George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, Series 2 Letterbooks George Washington to Battaile Muse, Febru Revolutionary. The Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier is a great place to visit to remember those who died during the war. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers in Arlington National Cemetery might be more well known, but the Tomb of the Unknown Revolution War Soldier in Philadelphia’s Washington Square is just as significant.
U.S. Civil War Soldiers million soldiers who served in the American Civil War. Special Veterans' Census Lists the veteran's name or widow's name, rank, year of enlistment, and year of discharge. Civil War POWs Confederate and Union Civil War Prisoners of War PA Veteran Burials Records. That he entered the Revolutionary War under the following named officers and served as herein stated in the month of January or February , he entered the command under the Fifth Pennsylvania Regiment  commanded by Colonel Robert Magaw  and in the company commanded by Captain John Richardson  The Lieutenant Colonel of said Regiment.
An original minute book of Pennsylvania’s unicameral Revolutionary General Assembly has returned to Pennsylvania for safekeeping in the Pennsylvania State Archives. (Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission) A long-lost book from the Revolutionary War era has returned to Pennsylvania. Michael later (post-war) served in 8th Company, 2nd Battalion, Philadelphia Militia under Lieutenant Colonel James Rend, Esq. per Vol. 3, 6th Series, Pennsylvania Archives (too late for Revolutionary soldier status). A Wife and children unknown. HESSIAN KIMMELS IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.
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Pennsylvania Revolutionary War Rolls, Muster rolls, payrolls, strength returns, and other miscellaneous personnel, pay, and supply records of American Army units, Pennsylvania Revolutionary War Service Records Compiled service records of soldiers who served in the American Army during the Revolutionary War, Pennsylvania Soldiers of the Revolutionary War: (Living in States Other Than Pa) [Myers, Paul W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Pennsylvania Soldiers of the Revolutionary War: (Living in States Other Than Pa). The database is a name index to the muster rolls of the Pennsylvania militia in Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution: Battalions and Line, (), two volumes, and Pennsylvania in the War of the Revolution: Associated Battalions and Militia,two volumes, a series which reprints muster rolls and other documentation found in the Pennsylvania Archives, 2nd series, vols.
The Brandywine Battlefield near Chadds Ford is the site of the largest battle of the Revolutionary War where more t soldiers fought on. Pennsylvania soldiers of the Revolutionary War (living in states other than PA) Family History Library Pennsylvania, Civil War Muster Rolls, Ancestry.
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Pennsylvania Revolutionary War Military Abstract Card. Pennsylvania Revolutionary Soldiers. The following names are not included in the regular muster rolls. Allen, William; lieutenant in Colonel Timothy Green's battalion, ; wounded at White Plains.
Brinkerhoff, Jacob; ensign, Captain Williams' company, Colonel Michael Swope's battalion of the flying camp; in service, Revolutionary War Pennsylvania Pension Records Pension Applications Obituaries Of Pennsylvania Revolutionary Veterans Federal pensions for Revolutionary War & other service (hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives) Columbia County Pensions Allegheny County Berks County Columbia County Fayette County Greene County Schuylkill County Pennsylvania Rosters By State.
Pennsylvania soldiers of the Revolutionary War, living in states other than PA Berks County, Pennsylvania births, Who, when, and where: Jefferson County, Pa. Volume Reel American Revolutionary War Service Records; Soldiers--United States--Registers Pennsylvania, Sixth Battalion () Sixth Regiment: L - Z.
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Regimental rosters with biographical information of Pennsylvania soldiers are published in: Linn, John Blair, William Henry Egle, and Joseph McClellan. Pennsylvania in the war of the revolution, battalions and line.
Harrisburg: L.S. Hart, State Printer. Re Revolutionary War Historical Sites in Pennsylvania Revolutionary War Sites in the Philadelphia Area. Museum of the American Revolution - A Philadelphia museum dedicated to telling the story of the American Revolution. Valley Forge National Historic Park - The acre park where George Washington forged his Continental Army into a fighting force in the winter of Author of Frontier rangers from Northumberland County, PA,Allegheny County, Pa., Revolutionary War soldiers, Venango County soldiers, Mercer County, Pa.
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Get this from a library. Pennsylvania soldiers of the Revolutionary War, living in states other than PA. [Paul W Myers] -- List of Pennsylvania soldiers who qualified for pension benefits under the Acts of and Includes name, rank, state and county, and pension date.
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PA-Roots, Pennsylvania History and Genealogy Revolutionary War Records. Revolutionary War Records. Title Modified Date Author Hits; Pennsylvania Pensioners: 27 January Written by Nathan Zipfel Pennsylvania Revolutionary Soldiers: 26. Folder 24 Located graves of soldiers, (A book from the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
This is a national list) Folder 25 Various church cemetery lists of Revolutionary War Soldiers. Folder 26 Handwritten articles on Dr. David Ramsary ca. and “Lancaster County Men in the War of the Revolution.”.
Revolutionary War American Forces included various organizations formed by the Continental Congress as well as individual states, counties, and towns. Regular military units created by the Continental Congress comprised the Continental Army.
Often this Army was reinforced with units created by individual states. Pennsylvania and the American Revolution Like most of the other colonies, Pennsylvania figured prominently in both the developing crisis and the war itself. Philadelphia was the site of both Continental Congresses and served as the de facto capital.Book/Printed Material American Revolutionary soldiers of Franklin County, Pennnsylvania [sic.] American Revolutionary soldiers of Franklin County, Pennsylvania Pa.] Historical Works Committee of the Franklin County Chapter [c] Franklin County Annual Published by the Pennsylvania State Data Center, Description based on: Washington Crossing Historic Park is a Pa.
state park and is the site of Washington's famous crossing of the Delaware River during the Revolutionary War. Visitors to the site can see where this.