Did Your Ancestors Fight At Agincourt? War Records Of 250,000 Medieval Soldiers Go Online

Posted by admin on Jul 24, 2009

For many of us the idea that our ancestors fought bloody battles with swords and bows and arrows.

The service records of medieval soldiers have been made available in a new online database.

The website contains 250,000 service records of soldiers who fought in the Hundred Years War between 1369 and 1453.

It includes the names of archers who served with Henry V at Agincourt, meaning you could see if any of your relatives helped rout the French in the famous 1415 battle.

The Medieval Soldier Database contains full profiles of individual soldiers, with muster roll evidence allowing researchers to piece together details of soldiers’ lives.

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