MUSTER ROLLS OF WAR OF 1812 SOLDIERS
Bounty Land Recipients, Act of Congress September 28,
1850. Click Index
to War of 1812
Pay Rolls and Muster Rolls-searchable name index to Pay Rolls of
Militia Entitled to Land
Bounty under 1850 Act with supplement: Muster Rolls of Virginia Militia
in War of 1812.
approximately 40,000 names.
Pension applications are also housed at the National
Archives. An Index to War of 1812 Pension Application Files is
available there on microfilm, and has been transcribed in Virgil
D. White’s Index to War of 1812 Pension Files (1989).
Another useful index to these federal records is Patrick Wardell’s War
of 1812: Virginia Bounty Land and Pension Applicants (1987).
Other helpful printed sources include Stuart Lee Butler, A Guide
to Virginia Militia Units in the War of 1812 (1988) and Virginia
Soldiers in the United States Army, 1800–1815 (1986),
and Clarence S. Peterson, Known Military Dead During the War
of 1812 (1995).
on the Web
of 1812 payrolls and muster rolls. (The Library of Virginia)
on War of 1812 holdings in “The Research Room” under “Genealogy
and Family History” and “Veterans’ Service Records.”)
of commissioned and warrant officers in the U. S. Navy and Marine
Corps in the War of 1812.)
North Carolina 1812 Muster Rolls: See Title:
Muster Rolls Soldiers War 1812 Detached from Militia of North Carolina
in 1812 and 1814. Published in Pursuance Resolution of the General
Assembly, January 21, 1851 under the direction of the Adjutant General,
Also for North Carolina SEE
Pennsylvannia Volunteers: For a complete listing including
correspondence and General Orders Open.
Engle, William Henry. Pennsylvannia in the War of 1812. Published
under the authority of the State of Pennsylvannia Archives, 1901.
Can be downloaded. 851 pages.