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Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files

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This series consists of microfilmed images of the faces of envelopes that contain the War of 1812 pension application files. On the face of each envelope are the name of the veteran, the pension claim or file numbers, and other identifying information.

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War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files

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The War of 1812 pension application files resulted from claims based on service rendered between 1812 and 1815. General Note(s): This series of War of 1812 pension application files is one of several series of records in the National Archives relating to applications for benefits granted to veterans or their survivors based of their military or

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US War of 1812 Pension Records • FamilySearch

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Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files. (Washington, DC: National Archives, 1960). This index may have name of soldier, dates of enlistment and discharge, pension and bounty land numbers, residence of soldier or widow, maiden name of widow, date and place of marriage, date and death place of soldier, date of death of widow.

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War of 1812 National Archives

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Compiled Service Records. Pre-World War I U.S. Army Pension and Bounty Land Applications. Genealogical Records of the War of 1812, article discussing Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, Military Service Records, and Naval and Marine Corps Records.Written by Stuart L. Butler, and published in Prologue 23:4 (Winter 1991).. War of 1812 Discharge Certificates, …

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War of 1812 Pension Files Fold3

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The first applications were based on disability or death of a soldier. Beginning in 1871, they were based on service. A veteran's pension file typically includes his rank, place of residence, age or date of birth, and time of service. A widow's application usually includes her place of residence, her maiden name, date and place of marriage, circumstances of her husband's death, and the

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Family Tree Friday: War of 1812 Pension Files Online

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The 1812 pension files are formally part of Record Group 15, Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, in the series “War of 1812 Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files” (RG 15, Entry 22; NARA ID 564415 ), and include over 180,000 case files relating to claims based on service between 1812 and 1815.

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War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 18121815 Fold3

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The application files indexed in this collection relate to claims of military service between 1812 and 1815. Most of the applications were filed as a result of acts instated in 1871 and 1878. These acts made it possible for veterans and their survivors to receive pensions based on service alone. Earlier acts provided pensions only for service related deaths or disabilities.

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Index to War of 1812 pension application files [microform

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Index to War of 1812 pension application files [microform] Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review. Records relating to War of 1812. Allen County Public Library. Microfilm. Genealogy.

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Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files

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This site provides a free index to the War of 1812 pension application files. It is part of the free tutorial: Researching Your Revolutionary War Patriot Ancestor: Digitized pension application files for most of the soldiers listed on this page are available for FREE at: Fold 3. We assume no responsibility for the accuracy of the information.

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U.S., War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 18121815

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This database contains an index to War of 1812 pension application files. Pensions were applied for and granted to War of 1812 veterans or their survivors. The records include the name of the veteran, name of widow (if she applied), pension claim or file number, and service type or organization. All Military in the Card Catalog

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United States, War of 1812 Index to Pension Application

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Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files.. 102 rolls. Arrangement: Alphabetically by name of veteran National Archives Identifier: 563315-Index 564415-Files: Because of this there may be limitations on where and how images and indexes are available or who can see them. Please be aware some collections consist only of partial

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Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files

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Complete files for soldiers with last names beginning with the letters A - L and many soldiers with last names beginning with the letter M are available online for FREE at Fold3. If your last name has not been indexed below, you can check a free online index to War of 1812 pension claims at Familysearch.org.

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Index to War of 1812 pension application files [microform

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Index to War of 1812 pension application files [microform] Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write a review. Records relating to War of 1812. Allen County Public Library. Microfilm. American Libraries. Genealogy.

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War of 1812 Pension Files Update Fold3 HQ

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Her file is just six pages long and includes her rejected application because no record of Simeon’s purported militia group existed. Our War of 1812 Pension Files collection are organized by state or organization, and then by the soldier’s surname and given name. The process for digitizing the pension files is painstaking and time-consuming.

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Fold3 "War of 1812 Pension Application" citation

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The National Archives did not create the database called "War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files." That is a creation of the company that owns the website Fold3. After the name of the database, you should identify it as such so that your readers (and you at some later date) will know what the citation refers to.

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War of 1812 Pension Application for a Widow

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Fold3 is making available for free digitized pension claims for the War of 1812. The digitization project is proceeding in alphabetical order and Cook files for New Jersey have recently become available. My 3x great grandmother, Elizabeth Vanderhoof, applied for a widow's pension for service of her deceased husband, Stephen H Cook.

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Digitizing War of 1812 Pension Files Amy Johnson Crow

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Page from War of 1812 Pension of Henry Lightner, Pennsylvania. Image at ACPL Genealogy Center. That’s pretty exciting stuff! I’ve used War of 1812 pension files and they can be fabulous resources. There are two things I’d like to point out: Did you catch that part about the images will be free on Footnote? Free.

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Cyndi's List War of 1812 Records: Military, Pension

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Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files. This ongoing project provides a free index to War of 1812 pension application files. Currently, the index lists more than 9,000 soldiers along with their birth year, death year, place of residence, spouse, and marriage date.

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Genealogical Records of the War of 1812 National Archives

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There are two primary series of pension application files that relate to War of 1812 veterans. The first series ("Old Wars") consists of pensions to veterans of the army, navy, and Marine Corps based on service resulting in death or disability from the end of the Revolutionary War period up to the Civil War.

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Pension Information — War of 1812 Example Genealogy

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This file is an index to War of 1812 pension application files, original data from National Archives microfilm M313. Contains images of the “envelopes” containing the actual pension applications. Information shown on the fronts of the envelopes includes name of veteran, name of widow (if she applied), pension claim or file number, and

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Georgia War of 1812 Pensions Access Free Genealogy

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Georgia War of 1812 Pensions. Pension application files for most War of 1812 veterans, however, will be found in the second series of pension files, i.e., those based on the acts of 1871 and 1878. These acts, based on length of service alone, relate mostly to militia veterans called to federal service. The 1871 act provided pensions to veterans

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War of 1812 Pension Files Fold3 HQ

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On Fold3, the War of 1812 Pension Files are organized by state or organization, then by the soldier’s surname and given name. Although digitization of the War of 1812 pension files was previously temporarily paused, Ancestry, the National Archives, and the Federation of Genealogical Societies are working in cooperation to resume digitization.

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War of 1812 Pension Records for Genealogy The Genealogy

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…I assumed that was all there was. Boy, was I mistaken. War of 1812 Pension Records: The Application Index Card. Pension application index cards for the War of 1812, or any war for that matter, are a great start. An index card is like an abstract of pertinent data from the pension application itself. Don’t get me wrong, this index card is

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A project to digitize the War of 1812 Pension Files

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The Mission. In 2008, the staff at the National Archives approached the Federation of Genealogical Societies (now NGS) about spearheading a large, consequential preservation and access project. They reported that the War of 1812 pension files were the heaviest requested materials of all the record sets that had never been microfilmed.

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Online War of 1812 Indexes and Records

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War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815 from NARA Microfilm Publication M313 War of 1812 Prisoner of War Records, 1812-1815 from NARA Microfilm Publications M1747 and M2019. War of 1812 Pension Application Files at Fold3 (free; includes digitized images of the pension files; not yet complete; ongoing project)

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MUSTER ROLLS OF WAR OF 1812 SOLDIERS war1812trails.com

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An Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files is available there on microfilm, and has been transcribed in Virgil D. White’s Index to War of 1812 Pension Files (1989). Another useful index to these federal records is Patrick Wardell’s War of 1812: Virginia Bounty Land and Pension Applicants (1987).

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Service and Pension Files for War of 1812 FamilyTree.com

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There are approximately 622,984 records which covers 1812 to 1815. It identifies the name, the military company they were in and their rank. Also with FamilySearch.org is a database on the pension applications of those who served during the War of 1812. These records numbering 91,832 provide additional information, some dating to the early 20th

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Alabama War of 1812 Pensions Access Free Genealogy

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Alabama War of 1812 Pensions. Pension application files for most War of 1812 veterans, however, will be found in the second series of pension files, i.e., those based on the acts of 1871 and 1878. These acts, based on length of service alone, relate mostly to militia veterans called to federal service. The 1871 act provided pensions to veterans

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Index to War of 1812 pension application files. (Microform

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Get this from a library! Index to War of 1812 pension application files.. [United States. National Archives and Records Service.;]

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War of 1812 Pension Records: Preservation Effort and Free

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War of 1812 Pension Records: Preservation Effort and Free Access. More than two centuries after its inception an important effort is underway to preserve the pension records from the War of 1812. For the last several years, donations have been raised to digitize these records and make them free to the public.

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USGenWeb War of 1812 Pensions Project Virginia

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Submit War of 1812 pension files for Virginia to Donna Bluemink. Virginia War of 1812 Pension Applications. BAINES, Bray, Capt. Arthur Smith's Company, Lacock's Company, Col. Jos. Riddick's Regiment, contributed by James Baines DAILEY, James, Capt. Hale's Co., Col. Williams' Inf Rgt, TN Militia, (Widow's Application), contributed by Mary Lu Johnson

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U.S., War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 18121815

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This database contains an index to War of 1812 pension application files. Pensions were applied for and granted to War of 1812 veterans or their survivors. The records include the name of the veteran, name of widow (if she applied), pension claim or file number, and service type or organization. All Military in the Card Catalogue

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war of 1812 pension records History Hub

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We also located the War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files in the Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, 1773 - 2007 (Record Group 15). Some of the files have been digitized and available via the Catalog. Please click on the second link above and search for the file.

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Genealogy Workbook: Military Pension Records

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Exercise A: Go to Fold3’s main search page, click on War of 1812 and browse all War of 1812 titles. Select the free War of 1812 Pension Files collection. Enter the name Thomas Campbell in the search box and hit Go. When results appear, select the soldier from North Carolina (his file contains 74 pages). Click on View Larger. 1.

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Pennsylvania, U.S., War of 1812 Pensions, 18661879

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This database contains an index to War of 1812 pension application files. Pensions were applied for and granted to War of 1812 veterans or their survivors. The records include the name of the veteran, name of widow (if she applied), pension claim or file number, and service type or organization. U.S., Revolutionary War Pensioners, 1801-1815

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New and Updated Genealogy Records United States

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War of 1812. In a massive effort by the entire genealogical community, the War of 1812 Pension Application Files are now available for the first time online, hosted online for free at Fold3.com. The project is about 2/3 complete with nearly 2 million documents online today.

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Index to War of 1812 pension files Indiana State Library

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The item Index to War of 1812 pension files, transcribed by Virgil D. White represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.

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War of 1812 Veterans Pension FamilyTree.com

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To get a comparison of how much a pension might have been, the veterans of the American Revolutionary War got $8 a month pension. So go through your family tree and see if any relatives show up on the list of those applying for a War of 1812 Pension. Photos: War of 1812; Battle of New Orleans; Burning of the White House by the British

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StarSpangled Genealogy

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To see whether your ancestor or his widow left a pension, check the pension index called Index of War of 1812 Pension Applications, on Ancestry.com and NARA microfilm M313 (with copies at the FHL). Or see if your library has Index to War of 1812 Pension Files, …

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War of 1812 Project to Digitize Pension Records Naval

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In conjunction with the National Archives & Records Administration, fold3, and Ancestry.com, FGS is helping to digitize 180,000 extremely fragile pension applications representing an estimated 7.2 million pages of War of 1812 Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files.

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Resolving Three Common Conflicting Evidence in Genealogy

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There are however, two sources for a marriage date. Both of these sources are found in the War of 1812 Pension Application Files which was viewed online at Fold3.com. A War of 1812 Pension Application is a great place to find marriage information.

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WAR OF 1812 PENSION FILES sites.rootsweb.com

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war of 1812 pension files There seem to be relatively few Revolutionary War Pensions from the Baltimore, Anne Arundel, and Howard Co areas. However, the War of 1812 came knocking on Baltimore's doorsteps, and the Battle of North Point, which coincided with the bombardment of Ft. McHenry, in 1814 was the most significant battle ever fought in

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The War of 1812 – Links 2

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The War of 1812 - Records 2 MWallace Dec 2017 5 Oct 1813 – In Canada, British and Indian forces were defeated by American forces when William Henry Harrison won a decisive victory in the Battle of the Thames (a river in Ontario). At the battle, Tecumseh, leader of the Indians allied with the British, was killed and Native American power broken.

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Military Records: Pensions Genealogy

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War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. M313. Ancestry Library Edition. Go to Search> Military> select: War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815. This file is an index to War of 1812 pension application files, …

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ISGS Announces $10,000 War of 1812 Pension Match Challenge

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The goal of the “Preserve the Pensions” campaign is to raise the $3.7 Million needed to digitize the War of 1812 Pension Application Files that are currently stored in the National Archives and make them freely available online. There are over 180,000 Pension files that total over 7.2 million pages! The National Archives gets over three thousand requests per year to photocopy these records

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Indiana Society of the War of 1812 — Index to the War of

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The Society of the War of 1812 in the State of Indiana. Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files Click to be taken to the Internet Archives then either read online or download in .pdf. A-Alld: Alle-And: Ane-Aus: Aut-Bak: Bal-Baro: Barr-Bear: Beas-Ben: Ber-Blai: Blak-Bop: Bor-Brai: Brak-Broo:

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many War of 1812 pension applications are there?

This site provides a free index to over 32,000 War of 1812 pension application files for soldiers with last names beginning with the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G, and H. The War of 1812 pension and bounty land warrant files are currently being digitized.

Are there War of 1812 pension files on microfilm?

While the pension files are not on microfilm, an informative index showing much data has been microfilmed as Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files (M313, 102 rolls). Supplementing the index is a remarried widow's card index, which covers the period 1816 - 1860.

What are the genealogical records of the war of 1812?

Perhaps the most genealogically rich records for this period are the pension application files in the records of the Veterans Administration (Record Group 15). There are two primary series of pension application files that relate to War of 1812 veterans.

Where can I find the Revolutionary War Pension Application files?

Researching Your Revolutionary War Patriot Ancestor Digitized pension application files for most of the soldiers listed on this page are available for FREE at Fold 3. We assume no responsibility for the accuracy of the information.