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*Transcripts of: United States. Adjutant General's Office. ''General Index to Compiled Military Service Records of Revolutionary Ward Soldiers''. Washington, DC: National Archives, 1942. (Family History Library film {{FHL|484382|title-id|disp=882841-98}}.) The service records and pension files for Revolutionary War patriots are available at the Family History Library. For more information, see [[United States Military Records|United States Military Records]]. You can also use NATF Form 80 to obtain copies of the same records from the National Archives for a fee.
'''The 1835 Pension Roll''' On June 5, 1834, the U.S. Senate required the Secretary of War to submit a statement showing the names of Revolutionary War pensioners who were on the pension rolls or had previously been on the pension rolls. For more information on the 1835 Pension Roll see [[Revolutionary War Pension Records and Bounty Land Warrants|Revolutionary War Pension Records]]. The 1835 Pension Roll of Massachusetts, which includes Revolutionary War soldiers and heirs of War of 1812 casualties, is available online at . *[ Report from the Secretary of War... Vol. I] (Google Books)*[ AncestryThe Pension Roll of 1835, Vol.comI] (Ancestry) ($).
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