Revolutionary war pensions awarded by state governments 1775-1874, the general and federal governments prior to 1814, and by private acts of Congress to 1905 / by Lloyd de Witt Bockstruck.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County - Angola||LOCAL HIST & GEN 973.3 BOC (Text)||33118000168843||Reference: Local History Collection||Available||-|
|Indiana State Library - Indianapolis||ISLG 973.34 A11BOC (Text)||00000106187297||Genealogy book||Available||-|
|Lebanon Public Library - Lebanon||HER 331.252 BOC (Text)||34330512758229||Heritage Center||Available||-|
|Morgan County Public Library - Martinsville||GEN 331.2529 BOC (Text)||78551000522143||Genealogy||Available||-|
|Petersburg Library - Main Branch||973.34 BOCK (Text)||38650833244997||Genealogy||Available||-|
|Seymour Main Library||LOCAL HISTORY 973.3 REV WAR PENSIONS (Text)||37500003817497||Local History||Available||-|
|Spencer County Public Library - Rockport||973.34 Boc (Text)||70741000106781||Reference Genealogy||In process||-|
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- ISBN: 9780806318691
- ISBN: 0806318694
- Physical Description: xxiv, 1042 pages ; 26 cm
- Publisher: Baltimore, Maryland : Genealogical Pub. Co., 
- Copyright: ©2011
|General Note:|| Includes index.
|Summary, etc.:|| "This compilation is an attempt to identify and recreate the Revolutionary War pension files generated prior to the disastrous fire in the War Department on 8 November 1800, which destroyed nearly a quarter-century of records. Despite the best efforts of the War and Treasury Departments to reconstruct the files, a second and even more disastrous fire occurred during the War of 1812 on 24 August 1814 with the British invasion of Washington. The second fire effectively destroyed all the pension files from 1776 to 1814. Despite the tragic loss of nearly four decades of pension records at the national level, it has been possible not only to identify many of those pensioners whose files are commonly believed to have been lost but also to reconstitute in varying degrees their contents. Thus, more than 16,500 pensioners are featured in this work. Among the many sources used to reconstruct these records, two in particular stand out: (1) pension records generated by the governments of each of the original thirteen states (state governments had their own programs and in varying degrees preserved many of their pension files); and (2) acts of Congress that created reports of pensioners receiving pay for service or disability, or widows and orphans receiving benefits, mostly issued as government publications between 1792 and 1840. In addition, the microfilm records of the Continental Congress were searched, as were the standard printed works on the subject such as the Journals of the Continental Congress. Supplementing these traditional sources is the online database Papers of the War Department, 1784-1800, created at George Mason University."--Introduction.
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