Spanish-American War Service Records - Florida record example

Spanish-American War Service Records - Florida

Records: 2,135 · Complete: 100%

A typical compiled service record consists of a jacket-envelope for each soldier with card abstracts of entries found in original muster rolls and regimental return. There may also be originals of any papers relating solely to the individual soldier, such as enlistment papers, discharge papers, requests for leaves of absence and furloughs, accounts of payment and clothing issued, and court-martial orders.

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"Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served in the Florida Infantry During the War with Spain" database with images Fold3 ( accessed April 15, 2021)

Publication Title
Spanish-American War Service Records - Florida
Total Records
2,135 · Complete: 100%
Content Source
The National Archives logoThe National Archives
Publication Number
Record Group
Published on Fold3
24 Jan 2014
Last Updated
04 May 2015
NARA M1087. Compiled military service records (CMSRs) for volunteer soldiers in the Florida infantry who served in the 1898 Spanish-American War.