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Military Records

Our military has kept detailed records, these records are an invaluable source of information about the servicemen and women and the families they left behind.


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Military Records By War

King George's War, 1740-1748

King George's War Military Service Records:




Revolutionary War Records, 1775-1783

Revolutionary War Burials: Revolutionary War Deaths: Revolutionary War Pension Records: American Revolutionary War Honor Rolls: Revolutionary War Military Service Records: Further Reading:




War of 1812 Records, 1812-1814

War of 1814 Military Service Records War of 1812 Graves:




Civil War Records, 1861-1865




Spanish American War Records, 1898-1902

Spanish American War Deaths in the Service: Spanish American War Graves: Spanish American War Records Offsite:




World War 1 Records, 1914-1919




Colonial Military Rolls


Revolutionary and Military Service Pension Records

Our Military Service and Pension Records Collection includes military pension records, such as 1840 Census of Pensioners, 1813 and 1820 pension lists, pension rolls and Revolutionary War Soldier Burials. We will be constantly adding new military records as time and resources allow.

Military Soldier Deaths

Spanish - American War Deaths: World War 1 Deaths
  • World War 1 Roll Of Honor for New York
  • Military Soldier Burials

    Revolutionary War Graves: War of 1812 Graves: Spanish American War Graves: Cemetery Records often mention military service as well. These records are very useful if you know where the soldier is buried and will often give you important information as to their military service.

    Military Service and Pension Records: Books & CD's

    Further Research: - off site

    Attention: There is a rumor circulating among veteran service organizations that Official Military Personnel Files (OMPFs) at the National Personnel Records Center will be digitized and then destroyed. This rumor is NOT TRUE.

    Neither the Department of Defense (DoD) nor the National Personnel Records Center intend to destroy any OMPFs stored at the Center. The purpose of any electronic scanning would be to reduce the handling of fragile records during the reference process or to reduce the time necessary to locate and answer an OMPF inquiry.

    The National Archives and Records Administration preserves and protects OMPFs because they are permanently valuable records that document the essential evidence of military service for the veterans of our nation. More...


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