Encounters with the British in Virginia during the War of 1812
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Published by The Society of the War of 1812 in the Commonwealth of Virginia in Virginia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United States -- History -- War of 1812,
  • Virginia -- History -- War of 1812,
  • United States -- History -- War of 1812,
  • Gloucester County (Va.) -- History,
  • Princess Anne County (Va.) -- History,
  • Northampton County (Va.) -- History,
  • James City County (Va.) -- History,
  • Lancaster County (Va.) -- History,
  • Middlesex County (Va.) -- History,
  • Westmoreland County (Va.) -- History,
  • Mathews County (Va.) -- History

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Myron (Mike) E. Lyman, Sr. and William Hankins.
ContributionsSociety of the War of 1812 in Virginia.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE354 .L965 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination44 leaves :
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23836575M
LC Control Number2009366352

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Encounters with the British in Virginia during the War of Statement of Responsibility: by Mayron (Mike) E. Lyman, Sr. and William H. Hankins.   Virginia saw significant action during the War of , from the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair to the defense of Norfolk against British invaders. Many Virginians supported the struggle for independence from Great Britain--others vehemently opposed "Mr. Madison's War."Author: Christopher M. Bonin.   This is the official blog of the Society of the War of in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Would like to tell everyone about the Virginia Genealogical Society Spring conference. This year’s title is the War of Featured speaker on subjects with be Stuart Butler an Lyman, Mayron (Mike) E and William H Hankins, Encounters with the British in Virginia during the War of , (Society of the War of in the Commonwealth of Virginia, c), 44 pages. FHL Book M2L; Virginia Military Units Edit. Virginia War of Military Records; West Virginia War of Military Records.

Encounters with British at the entrance to the Chesapeake Bay Area during the War of Source: Encounters with the British in Virginia During the War of by Myron (Mike) E. Lyman, Sr. and William W. Hankins, published byThe Society Continue reading →. Lyman, Mayron (Mike) E and William H Hankins, Encounters with the British in Virginia during the War of , (Society of the War of in the Commonwealth of Virginia, c), 44 pages. FHL Book M2L; Virginia Military Units [edit | edit source] Virginia War of Military Records; West Virginia War of Military Records.   The Northern Neck incursions are listed on page 21 of the society’s publication, “Encounters With the British in Virginia During the War of ”, authored by Bill Hankins and me in and which was distributed to most all county and college libraries in VA. In all, five main incursions by the British were made during this period. Other helpful printed sources include Stuart Lee Butler, A Guide to Virginia Militia Units in the War of () and Virginia Soldiers in the United States Army, – (), and Clarence S. Peterson, Known Military Dead During the War of (). Sources on the Web. War of payrolls and muster rolls.

SOURCES – WAR OF A. Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts. Muster Rolls of the Virginia Militia in the War of , Being A Supplement To the Pay Rolls Printed and Distributed In Copied From Rolls In the Auditor's Office At Richmond. Richmond, W. F. Ritchie, Printer, E V8 V B. Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts. Virginia: The Society of the War of in the. Commonwealth of Virginia, MAIN E L97 Lyman, Myron E. Location of War of Veteran Graves in Virginia Arranged. Alphabetically by Veteran and by City or County Location. Virginia: The. Society of the War of in the Commonwealth of Virginia, E V8 L File Size: 37KB. In the early ’s, the British and French were involved in a protracted war known as the Napoleonic wars. The United States declared its neutrality and attempted to trade freely with all of the belligerent parties. This angered both the Continue reading. Posted in Battles & Skirmishes in VA, Encounters. “Orderly Book, Virginia Militia, War of ” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 46 (): , Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts. Muster rolls of the Virginia militia in the War of , being a supplement to the Pay rolls printed and distributed in