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This page is for VT-49, not VS-49.

Image, found in WWII War Diaries: Page 5 · 05 Mar 2015 by fortnut

Witness Arvin Dunton was married to Mary's daughter Louisa.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 28 · 05 Mar 2015 by pf6648

This page is for VT-49 not VS-49.

Image, found in WWII War Diaries: Page 4 · 05 Mar 2015 by fortnut

Buried at Rising Sun, Ohio County, Indiana in family plot by wife and daughter. To be remembered next year at civil war service to be held. Donated his military documents to the…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Clark, William H. · 05 Mar 2015 by deeclark978

Your records have one Carroll Dixon listed as being born in Missouri and oat least 2 occasions your records show that he was born in Easton, MD. Please check. His serial # is…

Image, found in Army Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914: Page 680 · 04 Mar 2015 by sylcooke

His military discharge papers. Wow. In all my searches this is the first one I've seen. ALL the others have been either lost over time or burned in some fire. Too cool.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 16 · 04 Mar 2015 by ptamom59

This is odd, because William's wife's name was Mary Annie Sawyer. It would be good to see the original. Perhaps it was a transcription error.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - NC: Page 3 · 04 Mar 2015 by eevande

Capture information

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - NC: Page 8 · 04 Mar 2015 by eevande

Las Vegas Daily Optic newspaper clipping about my dad going into the Armed Services in 1952. (Las Vegas,NM)

Image, found in reddroy414's uploads: Las_Vegas_Daily_Optic_Tue__Jul_15__1952_.jpg · 04 Mar 2015 by reddroy414

This page is for VT-48, not VS-48.

Image, found in WWII War Diaries: Page 3 · 04 Mar 2015 by fortnut

This page is for VT-48, not VS-48.

Image, found in WWII War Diaries: Page 2 · 04 Mar 2015 by fortnut

Joseph Irsch fought in the Civil War with his brother. They were wounded and taken as prisoners

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 1 · 04 Mar 2015 by DonnaSwope56

First name also spelled "Julius." Julius Ramus also served in Company D, 8th US Infantry, Regular Army, from 16 Nov 1857 to discharge on 16 Nov 1862.

Image, found in Civil War "Widows' Pensions": Page 17 · 03 Mar 2015 by mcconnelldj

I believe the A W Enloe that signed as the informant is his son Alfred W. Enloe

Image, found in Texas Death Certificates: Encoe, J A · 03 Mar 2015 by f_henderson

I believe this is John Albert Enloe's death certificate.

Image, found in Texas Death Certificates: Encoe, J A · 03 Mar 2015 by f_henderson

Tailoring for Col. Gaskins (Col. Thomas Gaskins)

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 45 · 03 Mar 2015 by evananda333

This is when the Continental Army was reorganized.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Service Records: Page 21 · 03 Mar 2015 by evananda333

Wedding of Herman Warner & Ellen Law 3rd column center page

Image, found in oceantoad's uploads: Pittston Gazette 09 Feb 1894.jpg · 03 Mar 2015 by oceantoad

Herman & Ellen marriage announcement Far right column 9th item

Image, found in oceantoad's uploads: Pittston Gazette 02 Feb 1894.jpg · 03 Mar 2015 by oceantoad

Everything in the textual file in DC has been imaged and is present here.

Image, found in War of 1812 Pension Files: Page 39 · 03 Mar 2015 by microfilm