5 edition of Claims of officers of the revolutionary army found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E255 .C58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||03016089|
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Services recorded in the Public Claims are not only for supplies furnished the army and navy, but also for riding express, transporting prisoners, transporting the sick, transporting provisions, manufacturing firearms. The names of the civil officers of the county and state, serving under the new United States government, are also frequently ries: Revolutionary War United States History. On J , Congress appointed George Washington to lead the nascent Continental Army as its commander-in-chief. The next day, coincidently the date of the Battle of Bunker Hill, the Continental Congress named four major generals in rank order, Artemas Ward, Charles Lee, Philip Schuyler and Israel ately, unhappiness with the appointments and the rank Author: Gene Procknow.
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Claims of officers of the revolutionary army book Of Officers Of The Revolutionary Army A Full And Faithful Account Of The Origin And Prosecution Of Those Unpaid Claims Of Revolutionary Officers Which Arose Out Of The Acts Of Congress Of Octo I.E. And Ma I.E. Showing Their Merit And Existing Obligation Upon The Country, In Answer To All Objections on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Get this from a library. Speech of William H. Seward on the claims of the officers of the revolutionary army: delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 5, [William H Seward].
Get this from a library. The Committee of Claims, to whom was referred the memorial on behalf of officers of the Revolutionary Army, soliciting half pay for life report.
[United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Claims.]. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Return of unreceipted money, Lists of certificates issued for depreciation of pay for Revolutionary War service, NH and PA, n.d.
Records relating to pensions and claims for pay, n.d. RECORDS RELATING MAINLY TO NON-REVOLUTIONARY WAR ACTIVITIES (bulk ) 1 lin. George Washington was the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army, reporting to the Second Continental activities, including command of the Main Army, direction of the overall war effort on behalf of the United States, and administration of the entire army, were overseen by the Board of War, established in June He held the rank of General during the war.
Chisholm, Claudia Anderson, comp. Revolutionary Public Service Claims of Louisa County, Virginia. Richmond: Expert Graphics, Richmond: Expert Graphics, Transcribed from the Law Order Books,and the Minute Book, in the Louisa County courthouse.
U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, This data collection contains an estima application files from officers and enlisted men who served in the Revolutionary War in all branches of the American military: army, navy, and marines.
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This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). REVOLUTIONARY ARMY ACCOUNTS. Revolutionary Army Accounts are books that were kept in the fashion of ledgers, between about and aboutfor the purpose of recording various Revolutionary War military payments.
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We have over titles which include marriage records, wills, deeds, census, court records, maps. Revolutionary War Rejected Claims index and images of the documents of applicants who had military service of insufficient length to qualify for the bounty land requested.
Revolutionary War Bounty Warrants – A fully-searchable index to the documents used to verify dates and length of service of officers, soldiers, and sailors in a Virginia or. A list of officers of the Illinois Regiment, and of Crockett's Regiment, who have received land for their services: a list of officers of the Illinois Regiment, who have not received lands for Revolutionary services: a list of non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the Illinois Regiment, and the Western Army, under the command of General George Rogers Clarke, who are entitled to bounty in.
Virginia. Commissioner of Revolutionary Claims. A list of officers of the army and navy, who have received lands from Virginia, for Revolutionary services, the quantity received, when received, the time of service for which each officer received land, &c., down to September, [Richmond, ].
Full text of "List of the revolutionary soldiers of l report of the Department of Archives and History for " See other formats. About UK, American Loyalist Claims, Historical Background Following the American Revolutionary War (), also known as the American War of Independence, British commissioners were appointed to examine claims of losses sustained by those loyal to the British crown or "Loyalists" during and following the war.
The Americans targeted officers at least once. A sniper at Saratoga, armed with a rifle and lodged in a tree, shot British officers and was instrumental in the American sniper is reportedly named Timothy Murphy. [added] This is an excerpt from the Wikipedia article: "Morgan called on Murphy and said: "That gallant officer is General Fraser.
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Revolutionary War Rejected Claims. The act of the General Assembly passed on Jwhich established the Virginia Land Office, also provided for the awarding of bounty lands for specified Revolutionary War military service.
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