Regimental registers of pensioners, arranged by regiments in which they last served, and by admission to the Hospital; giving the award date and rate of pension

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Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
31 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.


Microfilm of original records (P.R.O. no. W.O. 120) filmed at the London Public Record Office.

Lists soldiers who received pensions from the British army. Up to 1843 the information contained is a brief description of the pensioner, age, place of birth, particulars of service and the reason for discharge.

Registers of men receiving pensions between 1845 and 1854 (with additions to 1857) only give the date of the award of the pension, rate of pension and district in which the man received his pension.

From about 1812 dates of death have been noted and in the last series these dates extend to 1877.

Partially indexed: Index to 1st-13th Foot, 1806-1838 (film 1596009, item 1) -- Index to 14th-28th Foot, 1806-1838 (film 1544760) -- Index to 29th-58th Foot, 1806-1838 (film 1596009, items 2-3) -- Index to 89th-104th Foot, Rifle Brigade, and Misc. corps, 1806- 1838 (film 1596009, item 4).

Public Record Office No.: War Office (W.O.): 120.

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