American Revolutionary War Soldiers Web Sites

If you have a unit or a county pension list of RW Soldiers on your homepage, please send the URL to be included here. Put RW Link in the subject line.



National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

National Society Sons of the American Revolution

Bibliography of the American Revolution by the US Military Institute

History Resources




Lists of American Revolutionary soldiers by state:

Many of the following links lead to sites that list militias of various localities during the time of the War with England. Most of these lists contain lists compiled during the time period between December 24, 1776 and November 26, 1783, dates which conform with elligibility requirements of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution.

ALABAMA - Military & Pension Records- Alabama

GEORGIA - RW Gravesite-Columbia Co. GA

LOUISIANA - Opelousas militia in 1770, 1776 and 1785, Spanish Military of Louisiana; descendants elligble for DAR by Kathryn Coombs (KLCoombs@aol.com)

LOUISIANA - Pointe Coupée Militia of 1777, Spanish Military of Louisiana; descendants elligble for DAR, by Randy DeCuir (PointeCoupeeMilitia@avoyelles.com)

NEW YORK - RW Soldiers- Washington Co. NY- Battle of Saratoga

OHIO - RW Soldiers Living in the State of Ohio 1818-1819

PENNSYLANIA - Rev. War Soldiers (Links to sites)

PENNSYLVANIA - Berks Co., PA RW Soldiers

PENNSYLVANIA - Washington County Militia, 4th Company, 2nd Battalion

WEST VIRGINIA Genealogical & Historical Resources on the Net-- click on Southern Illustrated photo for RW Soldiers

VIRGINIA - Fauquier Co. VA Soldiers

ALL STATES - 1,000 assorted names on Pension list from various states




General information Revolutionary War sites

Rev. War Homepage

RW Hotlist Links

US GENWEB Archives-- some US Counties have pension files, etc.

Deerfield Massacre

Revolutionary War Period Family Bible and Marriage Records.


Did you lose an ancestor in the violent interlude following the French and Indian War when Chief Pontiac led a last ditch effort to stop the English westward expansion? Even if your answer is "no" you might want to learn about it. See the Hardy County Genealogy Page -- Colonial Notes -- for Terry Gruber's new article which includes a listing with several names of the victims. Also included: suggestions for further reading.


OTHER AMERICAN pre 20th century WARS:

War of 1812 Soldiers, Lists and Links (Enter your War of 1812 ancestor in a self entry form).


For suggestions about adding links to this page email: Randy DeCuir

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