1 edition of The Revolutionary War record of Jacob Rush <2> in 1776-1781 found in the catalog.
|Statement||compiled by E.E. Brownell|
|Contributions||Brownell, Elijah Ellsworth, 1872- compiler|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 unnumbered pages|
The War Department's Collection of Revolutionary War Records was begun in by means of purchase, gifts, or transfers from other agencies. The compilation of military service records was begun in , under the direction of the War Department's Record and Pension Office. The American Revolutionary War, also known as the American War of Independence, was a war between the Kingdom of Great Britain and thirteen British colonies in North American. Home Battles to
U.S., Revolutionary War Rolls, This database is a collection of records kept by the U.S. National Archives listing men who fought for the colonies during the war. Each record provides the soldier's name, category, rank information, and NARA microfilm roll number to aid the researcher in locating the original record. Currently Roster Transcriptions Pension Applications, Bounty Land Claims and related publicly available records have been posted in this database including transcripts (designated using VAS file numbers) made from the online collection of the Library of Virginia and transcripts made from the online collection of the South Carolina .
Jacob Rush, a son of William Rush, was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and left many descendants, a considerable number of whom still live in western Pennsylvania and many others have been traced to other states as far west as California. Early Marshall County Records naming David Rush: CHAPTER LIV. MARSHALL COUNTY, COMMENCING WITH ITS. The American Revolutionary War (–), also known as the American War of Independence, was initiated by the thirteen original colonies in Congress against the Kingdom of Great Britain over their objection to Parliament's direct taxation and its lack of colonial representation. The overthrow of British rule established the United States of America as the .
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The Revolutionary War record of Jacob Rush 2> in With ancestor and descendants The Revolutionary War record of Jacob Rush 2> in With ancestor and descendants by Rush, Jacob, Pages: finalist for the george washington book prize • american library association notable book of the year By the time he was thirty, Dr.
Benjamin Rush had signed the Declaration of Independence, edited Common Sense, toured Europe as Benjamin Franklin’s protégé, and become John Adams’s confidant, and was soon to be appointed Washington’s /5().
Jacob is the son of William and Elizabeth (Ream) Rush. He married Mary Skinner, Ma Jacob served in the Revolutionary War.
Jacob is the son of William and Elizabeth (Ream) Rush. He married Mary Skinner, Ma Jacob served in the Revolutionary : Jersey Baptist Churchyard, Ursina. The files that make up these records consist of 10" x 14" cards or 10" x 14" envelopes that can contain documents relating to an application for a pension or bounty-land warrant by a Revolutionary War veteran, his widow, or his heirs.
The files can contain a wide variety of records submitted to support an application. The military unit may also be identified by searching the collection “United States, Revolutionary War Compiled Service Records, ” Index provided by and FamilySearch.
This collection is from Record Gr War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, and is National Archives Microfilm publication M Jacob Rush settled in of Castile Run section of Morgan Twp about Born in Fairfax Co.
Virginia about Family tradition claims he was a descendant of John Rush, an officer in Cromwell's army. Relationship is also claimed to Benjamin Rush, early Revolutionary. Receipt Book for Final Settlement Certificates, Maryland Line. Receipt for Pay due. Alexander West 2nd Maryland Regiment.
August 1. Revolutionary War, List of Depreciation Certificates. Stoppages for the Advances by the State of Maryland from Depreciation Accounts, Maryland Line and Others. circa Records from U.S. Revolutionary War Rolls, A collection of more thanrecords documenting men who fought for the colonies in the American Revolutionary War.
Search The Revolutionary War Pensioner Census, As part of the U.S. Federal Census, census takers obtained the names and ages of all the individuals. American Revolutionary War Records Rolls –, Abstracts of Graves, Compiled Military Service Records, –, Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Applications – Fromwith the first shots in Lexington, to the Treaty of Paris inthe Revolutionary War secured independence for the United States of America.
Most records in War Department custody were destroyed by fire, November 8, Many of the remaining Revolutionary War records were lost during the War of As a result there were, untilfew records for the period before in War Department custody.
The will of Jacob Rush was probated March 7,and had been made in His wife and children are named in the order listed rather than by ages. (Greene County Will Book 1, pp. Children of Jacob Rush. Moses Rush. Isaac Rush. Numbered Record Books Concerning Military Operations and Service, Pay and Settlement of Accounts, and Supplies in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records (from National Archives Microfilm Publication M) Revolutionary War Rolls, (M), and other historical records.
Revolutionary War Records at FamilySearch. Original data: U.S. Revolutionary War Bounty Land Warrants Used in the U.S. Military District of Ohio and Relating Papers (Acts of, and ), ; Microfilm Publication M, 16 rolls; ARC ID: Records of the Bureau of Land Management, Record Group 49; National Archives at Washington, D.C.
Published service records were created for Connecticut men in the Revolution. This work has been digitized and is linked below. Also check the indexes which are linked below to the "Connecticut Archives" under the topics Militia and Revolutionary War.
Revolutionary War Records, Committee of Correspondence, (7 folders) Revolutionary War Records, Committee of Inspection and Observation, (4 folders) Revolutionary War Records, Committee of Safety (Pennsylvania), (1 folder) Revolutionary War Records, Continental Congress, (2 folders).
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Full text of "Virginia militia in the Revolutionary War: McAllister's data". Service record cards of approximat individual soldiers who served in the Revolutionary War.
The cards are arranged under the designation "Continental Troops" or under a state name, then by organization, and then alphabetically by soldier's surname.
Corresponds to NARA Publication M Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army During the Revolutionary War. The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is excited to announce a new resource has been added to its Genealogical Research System (GRS).
The new resource is an index of o digitized family Bible records, and each day more records are digitized and added to the Index. This is one of the largest known collections of such genealogical.
Revolutionary War Service, –, a reference report. Regular and Volunteer United States Military Service Between the Revolutionary War and the War ofa reference report.
Search Online. Revolutionary War Rolls, (Microfilm Roll #M, Record Group 93) National Archives Catalog (NAID: ). AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS - NEW YORK. Volume Reel - American Revolutionary War Service Records; Soldiers--United States--Registers - New York, First Battalion, Independent Companies, First Regiment: A.
Volume Reel - American Revolutionary War Service Records; Soldiers--United States--Registers - New York, First.
Reprint of edition. Compiled from the land bounties filed in the Virginia Land Office for land grants issued in Kentucky and Ohio as reward for military service in the Revolutionary War. The claims of heirs as well as soldiers are listed; therefore some family relationships can be traced.
Index for vols. in vol. 2, for vol. 3 in vol. 3.Revolutionary War Service Records, $ Sons of the American Revolution $ Biographies of Soldiers in the Revolutionary War. Life and character of the Chevalier John Paul Jones, a captain in the navy of the United States, during their revolutionary war; Records for the Revolutionary War.
General Index of Pension Files, This book appears at the end of a volume that includes Harris' orderly book from the French and Indian War.
Note: Serving May 4, to May 5, in Colonel Joseph Frye's Regiment of Massachusetts Militia at Fort Cumberland, Nova Scotia, this orderly book has been divided for this film to include only the Revolutionary War material.