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United States  >  Military Records  >  Other Records

There are many other types of records not discussed in this set of Wiki pages that may be useful in tracing your ancestors who served in the United States armed forces. Try topics like these:

These records are listed in the Place Search and Subject Search of the Family History Library Catalog. For example, see the following topics:

  • [State] - Military history
  • [State] - Military records

Also, some soldiers and sailors who served in foreign armies and navies, such as Loyalists, Hessians, and our French allies may have lived in America, or decided to stay, or return to America. Try the Subject Search of the Family History Library Catalog for topics like:

Wiki articles about the military records of other nations may help find ancestors who served their countries, but decided to stay in America, for example: