New U.S. Naturalization and Military Records

by Julie Hill

Posted on February 16, 2010

Last week we made millions of new records available on Archives.com. Newly integrated collections include:

  • U.S. Naturalization Records
  • U.S. Confederate Soldier Service Records
  • U.S. Revolutionary War Pension Applications
To search these records in the Archives member area, log in and click the Search tab. To search naturalization records by name: choose "immigration records" from the Select An Archive drop-down menu then enter the information you know about your ancestor. To search the Confederate soldier records or Revolutionary War records choose "military records" from the Select An Archive drop-down menu.

These millions of additional records were provided courtesy of Footnote--and are fully searchable at Archives. To view the original image, click "view original image" in the detailed record view. A scanned copy of the original image may be purchased at Footnote.com for a small additional fee. (To keep annual membership costs low, use of our partners' services is not included with your Archives membership)

Immigration and military records are essential to your family history research. These records contain not only vital dates and locations, but also interesting details that help you fill in the gaps about what you ancestor's life was like. Search our new collections now >>

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