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=== Prisoner of War Records ===
 
=== Prisoner of War Records ===

Revision as of 05:29, 20 June 2012

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Prisoner of War Records

Records Relating to War of 1812 Prisoners of War

"Records Relating to War of 1812 Prisoners of War" (NARA M2019)

Online
Libraries

An index to the above records, "Index to War of 1812 Prisoner of War Records" (NARA M1747), is also available:

Online
Libraries
  • Locate these records at a library using Worldcat.
  • Family History Library - Not available at the Family History Library.

British Prisoner of War Entry Books

"Records Relating to American Prisoners of War, 1812–1815, from the Public Record Office, London". General entry books for American prisoners incarcerated on ships and in prisons. They give each prisoner’s name; ship; date and place of capture; rank; birthplace; age; physical description; and details of discharge, death, or escape.

Libraries
A guide to this collection is:
  • "Records Relating to American Prisoners of War, 1812–1815". Yorkshire, England: EP Microform, Limited, 1980. (FHL book 973 M2dye)

Historical Register and Dictionary of the US Army

  • The "Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army..." by Francis B. Heitman lists Regular Army and volunteer officers from 1789 to 1903 in two volumes giving a brief history of the officers service and awards received. Casualties (including prisoners of war) from 1789 to 1902 are also listed as well as a chronological list of battles, actions, etc., in which troops of the Regular Army have participated. See Vol.2 pp.13-42 for a list of officers of the regular army that were killed, wounded, or taken prisoner between 1789 to 1903

Additional Prisoner of War Records

References