Skip to content Genealogists want to know about their Revolutionary War ancestors – what they did in the war – where they lived and where they died.
One of the important contributions that the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) has made over the past 119 years is their effort to locate and document the grave of every soldier that served in the American Revolution.
These reports are included in GenealogyBank’s Historical Documents section.
Each year the DAR published the details of the soldier’s lives, contributions to the Revolutionary War and burial information that they had located the previous year.
It’s a terrific resource for genealogists.
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