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 ALABAMA REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS

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Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers

Collection of records regarding over 500 Alabama men who fought in the American Civil War

Description

Home to less than 1200 persons before 1800, Alabama became involved in the American Revolution when Spain declared war on Britain in 1779. This database is a collection of records of men who served from Alabama during the war. Each record provides the soldier's name, age, residence, and biographical sketch. The records were taken from a variety of sources, including newspaper obituaries, the Revolutionary Pension Roll of 1833-34, the Census of Pensioners of 1840, tombstone inscriptions, published family histories, and the manuscript Pension Book kept officially by the State Branch Bank at Mobile. It was originally compiled by the Alabama State Archives, and published in 1911. For those seeking ancestors from early Alabama, this can be a source of valuable and detailed information.





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