1 edition of Services of military officers arranged alphabetically found in the catalog.
Services of military officers arranged alphabetically
Facsim. of work originally published by H.M.S.O., 1921?.
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From its inception, the government of the Territory of Florida provided for a militia. The Governor served as commander-in-chief, with the authority to appoint and remove officers. The most challenging episode of the territorial militia's tenure was its involvement in the Second Seminole War ( For each military unit the service records are arranged alphabetically by the soldier’s surname. The Military Unit field may also display the surname range (A-G) as found on the microfilm. This collection is a part of RG 94, Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, ’s and is National Archive Microfilm Publication M
Corps, military attaches, and general officers. Gives a mailing address for each officer at dates of rank, summary of military service and for some entries, a summary of civil career. Dates and places of death are often included. information about Union commanders arranged alphabetically by surname. Three appendices in the back provide. After , most soldiers will appear in these records if they survived their service. Arrangement of the records. For the period , the documents are arranged alphabetically by name within regiment, including militia to For the period , the documents are arranged alphabetically under cavalry, artillery, infantry and corps.
American Soldiers of World War I - Death Index arranged alphabetically by state U.S. Army Transport Service, Passenger Lists, not specific to World War I, but includes the WWI years U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, not specific to World War I, but includes the WWI years. The Russian officer corps was made up almost exclusively of nobles ( % in ), and many had entered the service at the age of sixteen or younger (nearly of the officers serving in were sixteen or younger at their enlistment had been five years of age or younger).Reviews:
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For the most part, foundation books of Polish soldiers after have been turned over to the Polish government. These later records are in Polish military archives and are not accessible for genealogical researchers. Qualification lists of officers are arranged alphabetically for the whole Austrian empire for – Compiled service records are arranged by state, type of regiment (artillery, cavalry, and infantry), and then by number of the regiment.
Within each regiment, the jackets for individual soldiers are arranged alphabetically. There are compiled military service records for both officers. This series consists of jackets containing cards documenting the military service of officers, non-commissioned officers, and enlisted men who served in Confederate organizations during the American Civil War.
and is arranged alphabetically by name of officer. Access Restriction(s): Unrestricted. Use Restriction(s): Unrestricted. military. These records are arranged by unit and category of service. Includes some indexes by category of officer.
Conclusion The recent acquisition of the alphabetical military personnel files for Austria proper and the Czech republic have made locating genealogical data for soldiers born from to in these areas easy to locate. Index to service records is arranged alphabetically by soldier's surname.
Includes rank and unit. See also: Published rosters of soldiers from various states. War of Index to Pension Applications, reels. National Archives M TSLA Mf. # Applications are arranged alphabetically by veteran's surname. This is the standard reference work on the officers of the Revolutionary War, containing Services of military officers arranged alphabetically book alphabetically arranged list, with service records, of 14, officers of the Continental Army, including many officers of the Militia and State Troops who served during the Revolution.
The information given includes the soldier's rank, dates of service, when and where wounded, taken prisoner, exchanged. The Scope of the Official Register.
On ApCongress authorized publication of the Official Register of the United States. Produced every two years in conjunction with the sitting of each new Congress, the Official Register (initially referred to as the Biennial Register or the Blue Book) contained comprehensive listings of all civilian, military, and naval employees, officers, and.
(Family History Library book K23, Vol. 18 of series) - A list of Protestant military church books arranged alphabetically. Includes indexes to persons, localities, and military units. Also includes a list of military church books in the Zentralstelle für Genealogie, Leipzig.).
Includes name, rank, and residence of officers and enlisted men. Arranged by unit and alphabetically by surname. Kansas Selective Service inductees. 13 volumes; 1 box. 2 volumes are also on microfilm reel AR Includes name of draftee, nativity, camp sent to for training, etc.
Arranged alphabetically by surname or by county. Canada, Military Honours and Awards Citation Cards, These brief records tell the stories behind the heroes’ medals.
Canada, Militia and Defence Forces Lists,The publications included in this data collection make up a fairly comprehensive list of Canadian military officers. The arrangement of compiled records for units raised directly or otherwise by the Confederate government is similar except that the latter units are not broken down by state.
Numbered units are listed first, followed alphabetically by the named units"--Military service records: a select catalog of National Archives microfilm publications, p. Entries are arranged alphabetically by surname and typically include: given name, date of enlistment and company or regiment.
The amount of additional information varies and may include any combination of the following: age, birthplace, occupation, rank, where stationed, and/or original source document, such as account book, list of recruits.
Field Grade Officers (O-5 through O-6): To achieve O-5 takes approximately 16 to 22 years time-in-service. They command between and 1, Marines. O-6s typically attend the Army War College.
From the Trojan War to World War II and beyond, The Oxford Companion to Military History brings together an international team of more than experts who illuminate war's bloody past. Ranging from the Alamo and Amphibious Operations to Marshal Zhukov and the Zulu War, here are 1, alphabetically arranged entries that provide a wealth of information on warfare from the classical.
A list containing names of persons to whom certificates were issued, dates, and amounts. Arranged alphabetically. Quartermaster’s Account Book, (APA entry ). A list of payment claims for services such as transporting supplies, as well as lists of military stores returned and sold.
Arranged. Central Treasury Records of the Continental and Confederation Government Relating to Military Affairs M 7: Includes military pay and muster rolls which can be used as evidence of service.
Also included are company and account books of officers. Available only at NARS: Index to Papers of the Continental Congress. Compiled by John P. The other series consists of jacket-envelopes known as the General and Staff Officers' Papers, which include, records not only for officers occupying staff positions but also for noncommissioned officers and enlisted men performing staff services; these records are arranged alphabetically by personal name.
Military Papers, The Military Papers series consists of endorsements, official correspondence of the Department of the Gulf, operations reports, orders, and reports. These records are arranged alphabetically by the type of material and then.
Alternatively browse WO 76 and WO 25 by regiment in the catalogue, and select individual pieces (such as WO 76/1 or WO 25/2) to view on digital microfilm. Printed annual army lists (–) Browse the printed army lists (WO 65) available as digital microfilm via Discovery, our catalogue.
They are arranged by regiment, of the regular army only, and give the names of officers with dates of. “A properly schooled officer never arrives on a battlefield for the first time, even if he has never actually trod the ground, if that officer has read wisely to acquire the wisdom of those who have experienced war in times past.” By: Lieutenant General Paul K.
Van Riper, USMC (ret) Reading Williamson Murray and Richard H. Sinnreich, eds., The [ ]. The Miscellaneous (Volumes) files contain a number of loose volumes arranged alphabetically by title. Included are registers of officers from various branches of service, local designations, unit data, and other assorted volumes compiled by the Secretary of Virginia Military Records.Claims are indexed internally, alphabetically by name of claimant, except for the years These files resulted from the Acts of Ap and April m providing for the Adjutant General, the Quartermaster General, and the Commissary General to act as a board to adjudicate and settle claims for pay of Pennsylvania.The cards include the officer’s name, grade, date of’ commission, date of entry into service, unit, birth date and place, and their United States and New York State military service histories.
The file is arranged alphabetically-by officer’s surname. AA New York National Guard officers dropped on January 1, linear feet.