4 edition of The State of New Hampshire. Rolls of the soldiers in the Revolutionary War. found in the catalog.
The State of New Hampshire. Rolls of the soldiers in the Revolutionary War.
Isaac Weare Hammond
Imprint varies: v. 3-4, Manchester, N.H., J. B. Clarke, public printer.
|Statement||Concord, N.H., P. B. Cogswell, state printer, 1885-89.|
|LC Classifications||E263.N4 H23 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||73012643|
But the great majority of New Hampshire’s military leaders during the Revolution were frontiersmen. The State of New Hampshire’s collection of Revolutionary War leaders was created in the s, as part of a process of collecting likenesses of past leaders of the state. Portraits were painted from originals by Ulysses D. and Adna Tenney. 5. Military Indices A. C. E. Potter’s Military History of New Hampshire, – B. S. Lanzerdorf’s New Hampshire Militia Officers, – C. Revolutionary War Rolls (N.H. State & Provincial Papers) D. War of Soldiers Index (21 st Regiment) E.
New Hampshire Revolutionary War Association Test. Try our genealogy search engine. ASSOCIATION TEST. COLONY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. IN COMMITTEE OF SAFETY. April 12th, In order to carry the underwritten RESOLVE of the Hon'ble Continental CONGRESS into Execution, You are requested to desire all all Males above Twenty One Years of Age (Lunaticks, Idiots, and Negroes . For an accounting of New Jersey soldiers in the Revolution, their recruitment, and attitudes see The New Jersey Soldier by Mark E. Lender, one the the New Jersey Historical Commission’s New Jersey’s Revolutionary Experience pamphlets. Click here to go to “Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War”.
Related data collections. U.S. Compiled Service Records, Post-Revolutionary War Volunteer Soldiers, This database contains an index and images of compiled service records (CSRs) for volunteer soldiers who served the United States government in the interim between the Revolutionary War and the War of To complement the website’s indexing of Continental Army orderly books, this section profiles the other most beneficial source for “micro” study of individual army units, that being the collection of unit “rolls” available via microfilm through the National Archives system. Being composed of reels of microfilmed contemporary manuscript documents, the title of Record Group M
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Volumes 14 through 17 of the State Papers series contain the Rolls of the Soldiers of the Revolutionary War. All four volumes were compiled and edited by Isaac W. Hammond, A.M., who was president of the New Hampshire Antiquarian Society and a member of the New Hampshire.
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