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Genealogy Insider Military Genealogy Tips for Memorial Day: Finding Pension Records Posted by Diane Honor your military ancestors this Memorial Day by learning more about their lives and service. One way is through pension records, which can be rich with information about the person who served. Various laws made those who served in the armed forces between 1775 and 1916, or their survivors, eligible for military pensions. You can search some indexes to pensions at sites such as Ancestry.com , Fold3 , FamilySearch.org , MyHeritage and findmypast .
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