4 edition of Virginia soldiers of 1776 found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1927-29 ed.
|Statement||Compiled and edited by Louis A. Burgess.|
|LC Classifications||E263.V8 B92|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||72010482|
Burgess, Louis Alexander. Virginia Soldiers of Spartanburg, S.C.: Reprint Company, 3 vols. Reprint of edition. Compiled from the land bounties filed in the Virginia Land Office for land grants issued in Kentucky and Ohio as reward for military service in the Revolutionary War. Virginia Soldiers of Identifies many military men from Virginia who fought in the Revolutionary War. Catalogue of Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors of the Commonwealth of Virginia. This book is a catalogue to those soldiers and sailors who were granted land bounty warrants by Virginia in return for their service during the American.
"The Convention passed an ordinance July 17, , for raising two regiments of regulars and for organizing the militia. The first regiment was to consist of rank and file, with a colonel, lieutenant- colonel, major, 8 captains, 16 lieutenants, and 8 ensigns; and the second of rank and file, with seven companies and corresponding officers. The field officers were appointed by the. A list of manuscript and published orderly books of the Virginia line of the Continental Army and where to find them.
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The. Virginia, Soldiers of Identifies many military men from Virginia who fought in the Revolutionary War. Virginia, Colonial Abstracts, This book consists of abstracts for births, marriages, deaths, tax lists, court orders, militia lists, wills, and deeds from the Tidewater region of Virginia.
Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War. Virginia Soldiers of Identifies many military men from Virginia who fought in the Revolutionary War. Virginia, Colonial Abstracts, This book consists of abstracts for births, marriages, deaths, tax lists, court orders, militia lists, wills, and deeds from the Tidewater region of Virginia.
Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War. APA Citation (style guide). Burgess, L. Virginia soldiers of compiled from documents on file in the Virginia Land Office; together with material found in the Archives Department of the Virginia State Library, and other reliable sources.
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Genealogical resources located at the Library of Virginia include. virginia's soldiers in teb rpvolution. 57 virginia's soldiers in the revolution. a bibliography of muster and pay rolls, regimental histories, etc., with introductory and explanatory notes by c. flagg, catalogue division, and w.
waters, bibliography division, library of congress. (continued.) section v. Virginia Revolutionary War Records Virginia played a pivotal role in the struggle for American independence from Great Britain, – Vir-ginia troops were engaged from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River and many citizens provided some form of military or public service.
The records of service are numerous, varied and sometimes. The 9th Virginia Regiment. Virginia Line, On September 16,the Continental Congress resolved to raise an army of eighty-eight infantry regiments which were to serve for the duration of the war.
Virginia was called upon to contribute fifteen of these regiments. Jun 16, · List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia.
Special report of the Department of Archives and History for by Virginia State Library. Archives Pages:. Jul 14, · Virginia soldiers of compiled from documents on file in the Virginia Land Office; together with material found in the Archives Department of .Bounty-land warrants were issued to Virginia soldiers for their war service.
After the war, soldiers who served in the Virginia State Line or Continental Line applied for a warrant and, when approved, received a certificate to be exchanged for a warrant. The land to be issued was located in Kentucky and the Virginia Military District of Ohio.The 1st Continental Artillery Regiment, also known as Harrison's Continental Artillery Regiment, was authorized on 26 November as Colonel Charles Harrison's Continental Artillery Regiment.
Raised for service during the American Revolutionary War, as originally organized, the regiment comprised 10 artillery companies from thebindyagency.com of the artillery companies existed since early Branch: Continental Army.