Tag Archives: American Revolutionary War

Happy birthday, Mr. Hamilton! — The Legal Genealogist

Here’s to 230 years of Treasury records The text for the post Today’s Document, posted each day by the U.S. National Archives, is short and sweet: Alexander Hamilton was born on January 11, 1757, the illegitimate son of a poor … Continue reading

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Shipwreck Website

Here is one of the largest shipwreck websites, https://wrecksite.eu/, out there. According to the website, they are the largest (their words, not mine so if you have an issue with their claim, please take it up with them, not me). It … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday America

From https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/declaration-transcript although there are numerous other places that have this information. In Congress, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people … Continue reading

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Fold3 Free Access To Some Revolutionary War Collections July 1 – 15 2018

Note: It is not all Fold3 records as some have mentioned in various Facebook groups. It’s only the Revolutionary War Collections. People assume it’s all records are free because they didn’t read the restrictions. Ancestry is offering limited free access … Continue reading

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Fold3.com Offering Free Access to Revolutionary War Records Through 31 July 2014

In addition to my last post about MyHeritage offering free World War I access this month, Fold3.com is offering free Revolutionary War access through the end of the month. Free access includes Revolutionary War pensions, service records, war rolls, payment … Continue reading

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