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Wilson, Catalogue of Revolutionary Soldier and Sailors of the Commonwealth of Virginia to Whom land Bounties were Granted by Virginia for Military Service in the War of Independence Call No.: E263 V8 W5 1953 Newman 3rd floor
3. U. S. Army 1800-1861
Butler, Virginia Soldiers in the United States Army: 1800-1815 Call No.: F225 B97 1986 Newman 3rd floor
4. Civil War
Dilts, 1890 Virginia Census Index of Civil War Veterans or Their Widows Call No.: E494 D59 1986 Newman Census
Ingmire and Ericson, Confederate P.O.W.s soldiers and sailors who died in federal prisons in the North Call No.: E548 I55 1984 Newman 3rd floor
U.S. War Dept. Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia Call No.: E581.4 C65 Newman Microfilm (1075 reels. Last 60 reels are indexes by soldier’s name giving regiment in which he served. For reel number which includes the regiment and the records of soldiers init, see the guide “Pamphet Accompanying Microcopy No. 324” Call No.: E581.4 C65 Guide available in Newman Microform Reference, Newman Reference, and Special Collections) Indexes but not the records, are also available for MD, KY, FL, MS, MO, NC, SC, and TX
U.S. War Dept. (Official Records; O.R.) or War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies Call No.: E464 U6 Special Collections, Newman 3rd floor and Remote Storage (requires notice for retrieval)
5. Manuscripts and Photographs
Manuscript or photographic copies of documents showing military service of Virginians during the colonial period, the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, the War with Mexico and the Civil War are available in the Library of Virginia. Military records for Virginians who served after 1856 may be obtained from the Department of Military Affairs, State Adjutant General, Ninth Street Office Building, Richmond, VA 23219 (http://www.dma.virginia.gov/) or from the National Archives and Record Service, 8th Street, and Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20408 (http://www.archives.gov/index.html).