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Federal Records

Service Records

Marsh, James, and Gravenor March,  Compiled military service records of: James Marsh, Gravenor March, Charles Mash, John Mash, Peter Mash, John Mash, Caleb Mash : who served during the war of 1812 1972

Muster rolls of the Pennsylvania volunteers in the War of 1812-1814 : with contemporary papers and documents (C.M. Busch, 1896) microfilm FHL Film 823997 Item 1

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Myers, Harold L. Pennsylvania and the War of 1812 (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1964) pages 22


Pension Records

War of 1812 pension records, 1866-1896  Pennsylvania

State Records

Rosenberg, Max, .The building of Perry's fleet on Lake Erie, 1812-1813 (Harrisburg, Pa, 1950) pages 72 FHL Book 974.8 A1
Perry's Victory centennial sourvenir : the "Niagara" keepsake (New York, New York, 1913) pages 95
FHL Book 974.899 M2

Rolls of Honor

Biographical Sketches

Barrickman, John Capt. John Barrickman's diary, account and general record book of the War of 1812 (Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1965) 1 microfilm  FHL Film 441493 Item 4

Watmough, John G.,  Record of service in the War of 1812 for John G. Watmough Microfilm of original records in the Pennsylvania Collection (Miscellaneous) at the Bureau of Archives and History in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. (Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1979)  FHL Film  1032475 Item 19

Soldiers Homes

Cemetery Records

Internet Sites

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