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Contents

Introduction


Federal Records

Service Records

Fredriksen, John C Officers of the War of 1812 with portraits and anecedotes : the United States Army Left Division gallery of honor (Lewiston, New York 1989) pages 173 FHL Book 973 M2

Pension Records

State Records

National Archives and Record Office:  Prize and related records for the War of 1812 of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York 1812-1816 : National Archives microfilm publications pamphlet describing M928 (Washington District of Columbia: Nationa Archives and Records Service c1973) pages 11 FHL Book 973 J53

Battles

The Battle of Plattsburgh : what historians say about it   (Ann Arbor, Michigan 1987) 1 Microfiche

The centenary of the Battle of Plattsburg ... : at Plattsburg, N.Y., September 6 to 11, 1914 (Ann Arbor, Michigan 1987) pages 90-96

Biographical Sketches

Guernsey, R.S. Chronicles of greater New York City during the War of 1812-1815 FHL Film 1486497

Haen, Virginia John Grant, War of 1812 (Salt Lake City, Utah, Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah 1992) John Grant enlisted in New York and ended up in Wisconsin where he applied for a pension.  1 Microfilm Reel  FHL Film 1838581 Item 3

Soldiers Homes

Cemetery Records

  • War of 1812 Cemetery Committee, Town of Cheektowaga, Erie County, New York, War of 1812 Cemetery lists 205 soldiers buried buried between 4 August 1814 and 16 July 1815.  It gives regiment, name, commanding officer's name, cause of death, date entered hospital, date died.

Internet Sites

Other Sources

Books

Everest, Allan S. The War of 1812 in the Champlain Valley (New York, Syracuse) 1981) pages 139 Pages 239.

Internet Sites

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