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Revolutionary War Papers 1776-1840s
The Court Order books and miscellaneous papers provide information on county relief to soldier’s families, a list of county militia officers (1778-1783) and letters from Revolutionary War soldiers and families requesting their pensions from the War Department.

For the official war and pension records of soldiers, contact the National Archives.

Civil War Papers 1861-1930s
The Civil War papers include the names from the Roster of Confederate Soldiers from Loudoun County, pension papers and court orders related to the Civil War in Loudoun County.  

Muster Roll in the War with Germany
Each county in Virginia was mandated to create a muster roll of the residents who served in the Armed Forces during the First World War. 

Miscellaneous Militia Records 
The Militia Books contain lists of officers, commissions, qualifications, and minutes from officer meetings by regiment.  These books also contain listings of enlisted soldiers that have been fined.  Names in these records are grouped by regiment. 

The Militia Papers 1781-1866 contain officer commissions and qualifications.  Along with these records are lists of persons liable to be enrolled in the militia by district.  

The Virginia National Guard has more about the history of the Virginia militia here.
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