Surviving veterans of the War of 1812 also qualified for bounty land warrants under the acts of 1842, 1850, 1852, and 1855. These warrants are indexed in NARA microfilm publications M848 and M313, described below in the microfilm section.
Bounty Land Warrants Under the Acts of 1850, 1852, 1855 Under the acts of 1850, 1852, and 1855, Congress gradually extended the eligibility for bounty land warrants to retroactively compensate surviving veterans or the immediate heirs of all who had served since the Revolutionary War, as noted above. Those who obtained warrants under an earlier act usually were eligible under later acts as well, provided the total acreage they obtained did not exceed 160 acres.
4-15-1853 Pantentee : Thomas Justice Warrantee : John Crutchfield79.93 acres S 1/2NE sec: 172-N 23-E Geneva MW- 0677-100 W # 35421 John Crutchfield : WAR 1812 privateCapt Hall's Company GA Militia
8-1-1854 Pantentee: Lemual W. Free Warrantee : Robertson Crutchfield40 acres NWSW sec: 196-N 20 E Coffee MW- 0803-361 - W# 35397 Robertson Crutchfield : Florida WAR private Capt Parham's Company GA Militia
5-4-1909 Pantentee : Henry W. Smith Warrantee : Hilliard Crutchfield40 acres NWNE sec: 34 7-N 24EDale NO-MW # listed -W# 35396 Hilliard Crutchfield : Florida WAR private Capt Parham's Company GA Militia