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Pensioners of the United States, 1818

The 1818 pension list is an invaluable resource for researching Revolutionary War veterans.

Part A of this list contains two sections. The first section includes the names of 3,814 disabled pensioners--arranged alphabetically under each state or territory--with their rank and annual stipend. The second section lists half-pay pensioners (who relinquished bounty land), as well as names of guardians and heirs. Part B of this list contains the names of 2,086 additional deceased pensioners with their rank, monthly and annual stipend, starting dates of the pension, notation of widows or orphans, and occasional added remarks.

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1813 Pension List For Revolutionary Pensioners:

The 1813 Pension List Letter from the secretary of war communicating a transcript of the pension list of the United States shewing the number of pensioners in the several districts. Also the amount allowed to each pensioner. June 1, 1813, Referred to the Committee of Claims. View the complete 1813 Pension List For Revolutionary Pensioners online for free.

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A complete history of colonial and early american wars fought on american soil.

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Find your ancestors in the U.S. census with these free online census records, census images, census indexes and census databases in our easy to use census directory.

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New Horizons Genealogy has thousands of cemetery transcriptions of cemetery records transcribed from New York and New England cemeteries. We specialize in the early (pre 1940) cemetery records, New York Revolutionary War Soldier Burials and other hard to find cemetery collections.

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