Loyalists were American colonists who retained allegiance to the British Crown. Also known as “Tories,” Loyalists were estimated to have made up one-third of colonial America’s population. The thirteen volumes of records produced in this database comprise some of the most useful works ever published on Revolutionary War Loyalists.
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Military pension records are among the most authoritative sources of genealogical information because they were granted on the basis of approved applications. Pension applications had to be supported by documents substantiating proof of service and ultimately approved by the War Department before being submitted to Congress for approval.
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Contains images of the pages from all 9 volumes of Massachusetts soldiers, sailors and marines in the Civil War. The materials date from 1861 to 1865 and follow the military careers of Massachusetts servicemen and their commanding officers.
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Within the indexed images of 11 volumes, you’ll find approximately 104,000 individuals from Maryland and Delaware who contributed in some fashion as patriots to support the freedom of the American colonies from the rule of Great Britain. While many of the individuals listed were soldiers and associators, others participated by giving material aid to the army or serving in an office or on a committee at the town, county, or state level.