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Friday, March 28, 2008


These War of 1812 websites may be of interest to those of you with soldier or sailor ancestors who participated in that war:

Alabama Department of Archives and History- Military Records.

Canadian Military Heritage Project.

Cyndi's List- United States- Military Resource Sites.

"Genealogical Fallout From the War of 181: Seamen's Protection Certificates." Prologue 24:1 (Spring 1992).

"Genealogical Records of the War of 1812." Prologue 23:4 (Winter 1991).

Illinois War of 1812 Veterans Database.

Indiana University Library- War of 1812 Collection.

Library of Virginia- 1812 Pay & Muster Rolls Database.

Library of Virginia- Soldiers of the War of 1812.

Maine State Archives- Military Records and Related Sources.

Massachusetts Archives- Researching Your Family's History.

Naval Historical Center- Officers of the War of 1812.

New York State Archives- War Service Records & Searches.

Newberry Library- War of 1812 Genealogy Resources.

North Carolina Archives- Information by Mail.

Ohio Historical Society- Roster of War of 1812 Ohio Soldiers.

Records About Impressed Seamen- 1783-1814.

South Carolina Archives and History Center- Genealogy Resources.

Tennessee State Library and Archives- Military Records on Microfilm.

U.S. Army Center for Military History- War of 1812.

The War of 1812 in the Illinois Territory- Regiments & Muster Rolls.

The War of 1812: Key Events and Causes.

The War of 1812: British Regiments in the War of 1812.

The War of 1812: a Chronology.

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