Mexican War Pension File
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The United States was involved in a war with Mexico from 1846-1848. Many of the soldiers involved in this war received pensions from the government later in life.
The pension files usually tell information about his service in the war, his life after the war, and details about his family. They are usually between 50-100 pages long. These are available for soldiers of most of the wars that were fought in the 1800s.
Details & Terms
- You will receive full color images of the records, delivered electronically.
- Please allow for 4-6 weeks at the most for delivery, but in many cases it will be shorter than that.
- Please be sure you submit the correct details. We're not responsible if you order the wrong soldier. If you have a Mexican War ancestor, but you're not sure what's available to order, click here and we can help you start the process.
Please input as much information as you know about your soldier, below OR upload a copy of the pension index card, if you have it, when ordering. These are searchable on Ancestry.com's Military Pension Index.
(Please submit the soldier's name, even if you're submitting a pension index card.)