6 edition of Virginia revolutionary claims - bounty land and commutation pay ... found in the catalog.
|Series||26th Cong., 1st sess. House Rep., no. 436|
|Contributions||Hall, Hiland, 1795-1885., United States. 26th Congress, 1st session, 1839-1840. House.|
|LC Classifications||E263.V8 U47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||14015521|
2. Captain William Long was born on 4 Mar in Augusta County, Virginia and died on 26 Aug in Cumberland County, Kentucky at age General Notes: Source: L. McConachie, July The term bounty land is somewhat self-explanatory. Tracts of land were given outright by the states, and later by the federal government as partial compensation(or "bounty") for service in times of military. A manual of pensions, bounty, and pay: containing the laws, forms and regulations relating to pensions, bounty land, bounty money, pay, claims for horses and other property destroyed, etc.; with opinions of the attorneys-general By George W. Raff.
West Virginia revolutionary ancestors: whose services were non-military and whose names, therefore, do not appear in revolutionary indexes of soldiers and sailors: an index from manuscript public claims of the revolutionary war in the Virginia State Library Reddy, Anne Waller REDDY W-VA Baltimore: File Size: KB. Courtesy of ; Resolutions, laws, and ordinances, relating to the pay, half pay, commutation of half pay, bounty lands, and other promises made by Congress to the officers and soldiers of the Revolution: to the settlement of the accounts between the United States and the several states; and to funding the revolutionary debt (Washington.
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Virginia revolutionary claims - bounty land and commutation pay Report: To which is added, "Views of the minority of said committee." by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Revolutionary Claims; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Claims, History, Accessible book; Places: United States; Times: Revolution, - Bonus Book – Virginia Revolutionary Claims – Bounty Land and Commutation Pay U.S.
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A premier collection of Revolutionary War records, the Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files contain an estima application files from officers and enlisted men who served in the Revolutionary War in all branches of the American military: army, navy, and marines.
The files that make up these records consist of 10" x 14" cards or 10" x 14" envelopes that. Resolutions, Laws, and Ordinances, Relating to the Pay, Half Pay, Commutation of Half Pay, Bounty Lands, and Other Promises Made by Congress to the Officers and Soldiers of the Revolution: To the Settlement of the Accounts Between the United States and the Several States; and to Funding the Revolutionary Debt.
A manual of pensions, bounty and pay: containing the laws, forms and regulations relating to pensions, bounty land, bounty money, pay, claims for horses and other property destroyed, etc.: with notes of official decisions, and opinions of the attorneys-general, with references to the subjects named / (Cincinnati: R.
Clark, ), by George W. In June of Congress restructured the pension system for Revolutionary veterans, and in July of that same year relieved Virginia of certain pension obligations it had to sailors who served in its navy and certain of its officers for half-pay.
When the federal government assumed Virginia’s obligations to these claimants, their widows and heirs, it unleashed a new wave of land bounty Author: Michael M.
Wood. Pension Acts. An Overview of Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Legislation. and the Southern Campaigns Pension Transcription Project.
By Will Graves (revised Ma )Beginning as early atthe Continental Congress recognized the benefit of extending pension and bounty land benefits to the men who fought for America’s independence from Great Britain.
Alphabetical by initial letter; gives term of service, but not regi- ment. Prepared by John H. Smith, Commissioner of Revolutionary claims, dated January 7, A list of claims for bounty land for Revolutionary services, which have been examined and reported upon by the Commis- sioner of Revolutionary claims, April 1 — Decem To read this book online, your options are Join Forgotten Books 1, books Unlimited reading Dedicated support Small monthly fee Click here to learn more.
Army and navy pension laws and bounty land laws of the United States including sundry resolutions of Congress from to executed at the Department of the Interior: with an appendix containing the opinions of attorneys general of the United States: with the decisions, rules, and regulations adopted by different secretaries relative to the execution of those laws / by: Mayo, Robert.
Bounty Land Warrant was issued Nov. 29, to Alexander Nelson, assignee, no papers. Pension Administrator Notes: John Nelson was born in Virginia, returned to N.C.
and married Nancy Ware Hunter Jan. 31,she aged 28 years. She died. Capt Joseph Scott, Junior, served to the Close of the war: that he received the “Commutation of Five years full pay in lieu of Half pay for life”; and also received Land Bounty of the United States, which is allowed to none, but those who served to the close of the War.
See letter of Peter Hagner esq, Third Auditor of the Treasury File Size: 57KB. A familiar digest of all the pension and bounty land laws of the United States now in force, systematically arranged By William Hunt, cousellor at law. [Michigan Historical Reprint Series] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A familiar digest of all the pension and bounty land laws of the United States now in force, systematically arranged Author: Michigan Historical Reprint Series. REVOLUTIONARY WAR New in Jan many book references below. Revolutionary War Records New Jan Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards New Jan Revolutionary War Soldiers Pension Records - FCI.
Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty - Land - Warrant Application Files [Index to rolls of Rev War pension records].
Full text of "Records of the revolutionary war: containing the military and financial correspondence of distinguished officers; names of the officers and privates of regiments, companies, and corps, with the dates of their commissions and enlistments; general orders of Washington, Lee, and Greene, at Germantown and Valley Forge; with a list of distinguished prisoners of war; the time of their.
This speech was given Maat St. John's Church in Richmond, Virginia, and is credited with having singlehandedly convinced the Virginia House of Burgesses to pass a resolution delivering the Virginia troops to the Revolutionary War. This is the first volume of an important new work which presents extensive extracts of genealogical data pertaining to Virginians and West Virginians who served in the Revolutionary War as derived from the pension and bounty land warrant files in the National Archives.
pages including the Index. Book. Seller Inventory # A manual of pensions, bounty, and pay containing the laws, forms and regulations relating to pensions, bounty land, bounty money, pay, claims for horses and other property destroyed, etc., etc.
; with the opinions of the attorneys-general, and the official regulations and decisions pertaining to these subjects / by: Raff, George W. M Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Application Files Ancestry; Fold3; & Family Search M Virginia Half-Pay and Other Related Revolutionary War Pension Application Files Family Search Claims for Prosthetic Appliances and Commutation, National Archives Catalog Virginia General Assembly asking for compensation for the bounty lands & commutation of pay due to them as heirs (Elizabeth City Co.
- /11/25); Directors of Public Buildings asking for the appointment of a committee of the General Assembly to aide them in relocating the Capitol & other state buildings in Richmond (Richmond City.
Catalogue of Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors of the Commonwealth of Virginia Samuel M. Wilson Here is an alphabetical list of 4, Revolutionary soldiers and sailors from Virginia who received land warrants in what is now the Commonwealth of Kentucky.Resolutions, laws and ordinances relating to the pay, half pay, commutation of half pay, bounty lands and other promises made by Congress to the officers and soldiers of the Revolution [electronic resource]: to the settlement of the accounts between the United States and the several states and to funding the revolutionary debt .Page - America in Congress assembled, That the first proviso of the fourth section of the act entitled "An act granting bounty land to certain officers and soldiers who have been engaged in the military service of the United States," approved September twenty-eighth, one thousand eight hundred and fifty, be, and the same is hereby, repealed.