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Re: What does "on command Busrow" mean?
Posted by: Eric E. Johnson (ID *****8851) Date: October 26, 2008 at 16:26:27
In Reply to: Re: What does "on command Busrow" mean? by Terry Sampson of 6349

Terry,

It is my understanding that the NARA staff does not do research. You would have to know where the company muster roster is located and they would just copy and mail it to you.

You will probably have to hire a researcher. The problem with the US Rangers is that you could find some of the rosters with militia records and some within regular army records.

Good Luck!

Eric


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