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Soldiers of the Revolutionary War buried in Vermont, and anecdotes and incidents relating to some of them

by Walter H. Crockett
Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche
English
Washington, D.C. : National Cash Register, 1975
1 microfiche
Microcard ed

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Microfilm of original published in the Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society, 1903-1904.

Other title page information: A paper read before the Vermont Historical Society in the Hall of the House of Representatives, October 27, 1904.

Includes a pension list which "is given by counties only, not be towns, and at the time of its compilation Lamoille County had not been organized. Three divisions are given: First, a list of invalid pensioners; secong, pensioners under the act of March 18, 1818; and third, pensioners under the act of June 7, 1832. A letter from the commissioner of pensions, the Hon. Eugene F. Ware, states that all the beneficiaries under the acts referred to were Revolutionary soldiers. The state in whose service each soldier enlisted is given, but not the regiment. The names of 3,196 soldiers are given as pensioners"--Page 94.

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