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Weekly Tip: Learning More About Researching your Revolutionary War Ancestor

Looking forward to researching your Revolutionary war ancestor but not sure where to start?  Maybe you want to learn more about the battles he was in?  The following resources will help you get a jump start on your research.


Articles

Researching Your Revolutionary War Ancestor by Kimberly Powell. About.com

Researching Your Revolutionary War Ancestor. Compiled by Jaime Simmons. West Virginia State Archives.

Resources for Revolutionary War Ancestor. Diane Haddad. Genealogy Insider

Finding Your Patriot: Basic Sources for Starting Revolutionary War Research. Curt Witcher. Ancestry Daily News, 6/25/1999.

Research in Military Records. NARA.

Military Research (various articles). New England Historic Genealogical Society.


Books


Taylor, Maureen A. The Last Muster: Images of the Revolutionary War Generation. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 2010.


Websites


Ancestry Military Records Collection

Footnote Revolutionary War Collection

WorldVitalRecords Military Collection

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution


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