Georgia Prisoner of War Database. Search the database for your
Union soldier who might have been captured in the battle.
War Records. The National
Archives and Records Administration does a good job explaining
records of Civil War Veterans, both Union and Confederate. To
order pension records, order by mail using one NATF Form 80 for each
soldier and each type of file. You can obtain the NATF Form 80 by
providing your name and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You might like to visit another comprehensive
Civil War site sponsored by Dakota State University.
|Civil War Data.
A subscription site that is indexing and posting to a searchable
database a listing of United States Civil War Soldiers.
War of 1812
of 1812. A site listing some historical highlights, and information
on how to research your 1812 veteran.
Veterans and Military History
and Military Websites. This site is a "conglomerate" site
that categorically lists websites dealing with various records of the
United States Military.
|Search for individuals currently serving in the military
the military community's online site.
|The United States
Internet Genealogical Society has a page of resourceful Military
Links for most United States wars including rosters, pensions,
indexes, bounty land, etc.