NARA Compiled Service Records @ Internet Archive

Last month I posted about the Allen County Public Library adding NARA microfilm records to the Internet Archive.  In following my RSS feed, today I saw that they began adding another set — the Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army During the Revolutionary War (M881).

The Compiled Service Records are available as part of Footnote.com’s offerings and you can read more about them on their page.  It will be great to have freely available access to these now through the efforts of the ACPL.

The organization of the records are by regiment, so it’ s not as easy to immediately locate a person of interest, so it may be easier to search the Footnote collection and then take note of the location of the record.

As with the VA Pension List, I am maintaining a list as they become available. So far, there are 20 rolls online (out of 1,096).   And, to give an update on the VA Pension Records — when I first posted there were about 30 rolls available; there are now more than 140.

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  1. Its been too long since I caught up with you Taneya, but I love your new blog redesign! Really, fresh and clean, and I love the icons. It’s nice to hear about all the connections and research successes you have had. Keep on movin’ forward! I love it;)

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