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- 1775-mid-1800s - British military and naval records (RG 8, C series) - Introduction and index
- 1775-mid-1800s - British military and naval records (RG 8, C Series) - Digitized documents
- 1756-1900 - UK, Regimental Registers of Service, 1756-1900, index and images, ($)
- 1776-1881 - Pension Applications for Widows and Family of British Military Officers, 1776-1881, index and images, ($)
- 1784 - Muster Rolls, King's Rangers - 1784
- 1784 - Muster Rolls, St. John's Volunteers - 1784
- 1784 - Muster Rolls, Soldiers & Loyalists, 12 June 1784
- 1784 - Muster Rolls, Soldiers & Loyalists, 19 Sept 1784
- 1785 - Muster Rolls, Soldiers & Loyalists, Spring 1785 List
- 1794 - Muster Rolls of the following Disbanded Officers, Discharged and Disbanded Soldiers and their respective families of His Majesty's late First Batallion of Kings Rangers that are now settled and preparing to settle in the Island of St. John, taken 12th June 1784.
- 1806-1892 - Canada, British Army Regimental Rolls of Non-commissioned Officers and Soldiers, 1806-1892, index and images, ($)
- 1713-1882 - UK, Royal Hospital, Chelsea: Regimental Registers of Pensioners, 1713-1882, index and images, ($)
- War of 1812: Upper Canada Returns, Nominal Rolls and Paylists, RG 9 1B7, digitized images.
- War of 1812 Records
- 1899-1902 - South African War, 1899-1902 - Service Files, Medals and Land Applications
- Personnel Records of the First World War, digital online.
- 1939-1947 - Service Files of the Second World War - War Dead, 1939-1947
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