The following is an announcement from the New England Historic Genealogical Society:
Service in the militia or regular military generated a large number of records valuable to genealogical research. This brand new CD-ROM brings together several previously published, but difficult-to-find books:
The Military History of the State of New Hampshire, From Its Settlement in 1623, to the Rebellion in 1861 by C.E. Potter; Rolls and Documents Relating to the Revolutionary War, Volumes 1-4 by Isaac W. Hammond (volumes 14-17 of the New Hampshire State Papers series); and Revised Register of Soldiers and Sailors of New Hampshire in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866 by Augustus D. Ayling, adjutant general of New Hampshire.
This valuable collection contains militia rolls, company rosters, unit histories, descriptions of battles, and biographical sketches from conflicts from among the colonial through the Civil War. From these records you may be able to cull details on illness, disabilities, death or desertion, exact residence, literacy, physical traits and more.
Minimum System Requirements for CD-ROMs: 2mb hard disk space (minimum); 4X CD-ROM or higher; SVGA monitor with 800x600 pixel display; 32 bit color or higher. PC: Pentium I or better; Windows 95, 98, NT or 2000; 32mb RAM (64mb recommended) 2mb hard disk space (minimum); 4X CD-ROM or higher; SVGA monitor with 800x600 pixel display; 32 bit color or higher. MAC: System 7.5 or higher (Folio will not run on System OS X); 40mb RAM (64mb recommended)
You can read a lengthy description of this new CD-ROM disk at http://www.newenglandancestors.org/articles/ancestor_mag/?page_id=607&attrib1=1&seq_num=2508.
The New Hampshire Military Records 1623-1866 CD-ROM sells for $39.99 plus shipping. For more information, or to safely order the disk online via a safe and secure shopping cart system, look at http://www.newenglandancestors.org/store/browse/product.asp?sku=721621215