HETRINA searches These folks will also do a HETRINA search for you.
They will charge you $15. The HETRINA is a multiple volume listing
of all soldiers that served in the Hessian army in America. Other volumes
for other Germans states (Anspach, Brunswick, etc.) are also available for
Marburg A huge repository of documents relating to the Hessians in
FUSILIER REGIMENT VON DITFURTH, 1776-1782
Archiv Kassel, Lessingstr. 15A, 34119 Kassel, Germany or e-mail email@example.com
the church records for Renda are on microfilm.
Historical Resources Branch, US ARMY CENTER OF MILITARY
HISTORY, The War of American Independence, BIBLIOGRAPHY, German
For pictures of the different military uniforms see:
Last Margrave of Ansbach see http://www.exulanten.com/hessians
by Marie Rasnick Fetzer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
granted to provide external links
The Germanic States
Jails, Prisons and Prison Camps
All these topics are discussed on this page, including history of the
German states and the Ansbach area, the troops recruitment and journey
to America, organization of the troops, shipboard experiences, camp
followers, prisons and prisoners, cemeteries, etc. A lot of this
is new, or at least I've never seen it before, and very interesting.
I don't know if you could link each topic to a specific paragraph
on the page that addresses it or not, but if you could, that would be
great. Otherwise, just link to the whole page, I guess, or
whatever you think.
Articles about Hessians in History:
One Famous Ansbach-Bayreuth Soldier named Gneisenau
I don't know what heading you'd put this under, maybe have to make a new
one, but you
can hear a Hessian song Hofenfriedberger Marsch at this link:
Alphabetical list of names of Ansbach-Bayreuth Soldiers who Remained
in United States (although I think her list might include those who
stayed in Canada, too):