Series: Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots

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Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Volume 1 by Patricia Law Hatchervolume 1
Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Volume 2 by Patricia Law Hatchervolume 2
Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Volume 3 by Patricia Law Hatchervolume 3
Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Volume 4 by Patricia Law Hatchervolume 4

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  1. The Road to Guilford Courthouse: The American Revolution in the Carolinas by John Buchanan (1997)
  2. A History of Knox County, Ohio, from 1779 to 1862 Inclusive: Comprising Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes and Incidents of Men Connected with the County from Its First Settlement; Together with Complete Lists of the Senators, Representatives, Sheriffs, Auditors, Commissioners, Treasurers, Judges, Justices of the Peace, and Other Officers of the County, Also of Those Who Have Served in a Military Capacity from Its First Organization to the Present Time; and Also a Sketch of Kenyon College, and Other Instituti by A. Banning Norton (2003)
  3. Battles of the Revolutionary War, 1775-1781 by W J Wood (1990)
  4. Manuscript sources in the Library of Congress for research on the American Revolution by Library of Congress (1975)
  5. Freeman Families of New England in the 17th and 18th Centuries by Robert R. Freeman (2005)
  6. History of Jefferson County, New York by Franklin B. Hough (2001)
  7. From Resistance to Revolution: Colonial Radicals and the Development of American Opposition to Britain, 1765-1776 by Pauline Maier (1972)
  8. History of Islesborough, Maine by John Pendleton Farrow (1893)
  9. Uniforms of the American Revolution in Color by John Mollo (1975)
  10. Fauquier County in the Revolution by T. Triplett Russell (2008)
  11. Natchitoches 1729-1803: Abstracts of the Catholic Church Records of the French and Spanish Post of St. Jean Baptiste in Louisiana by Elizabeth Shown Mills (2007)
  12. History of Cumberland Co., Maine: With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers by W. W. Clayton (1880)
  13. Revolutionary War Genealogy by George K. Schweitzer (1984)
  14. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records [Vol. 16] by Lorraine Cook White (1999)
  15. The Continental Army by Robert K. Wright (1983)

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