Do you have ancestors who fought in the Union Army during the Civil War?
Were they in any of the other wars from the 1800s? There is a good chance that their military records are at the National Archives in Washington DC.
Military records can be among the most genealogically significant sources you can find on your ancestors. They unfortunately can be among the least accessible documents, too. The majority of these files are not online anywhere– they are only available at the National Archives.
Rhinehart Roots visits the National Archives on a regular basis and has retrieved and digitized hundreds of these files for clients. Our rates are much lower than if you ordered these files directly from the National Archives, and you’ll get the records back much quicker too.
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