Enter Veteran Name:

Search by complete name or surname. Format the complete name by first keying the veteran's surname then his given (first) name. Example: Marshall, Thomas. By keying Marshall, you will see a complete listing of all veterans with the Marshall surname. A minimum of four characters must be entered. Use % as the fourth character, if necessary.

Enter Warrant Number:

Our database indexes 4,748 Virginia Revolutionary Warrants. There are 121 duplicate numbers, therefore our warrants range in number from one to 4,627. Contact the Ohio Historical Society in Columbus for Virginia warrants with higher numbers than 4,627. To search by warrant number, key the entire four-digit number. Example: Warrant #1 must be keyed as 0001. Information for two military warrants may appear if the number was duplicated by the land office. Simply select the number that corresponds to the veteran's name you are searching.

Enter Immediate Assignee:

Many Revolutionary War veterans sold their warrants. This database identifies individuals who purchased veterans' military warrants shortly after the warrants were issued. Heirs of deceased veterans may also be listed as the veteran's assignee. Search immediate assignees by complete name or surname. Format the complete name by first keying the assignee's surname then his given (first) name. Example: Anderson, Richard. By keying Anderson, you will see a complete listing of all assignees with the Anderson surname. A minimum of four characters must be entered. Use % as the fourth character, if necessary.