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Full text of "Virginia pension abstracts of the Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Indian wars"

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VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS 

OP THE. REVOLUTIONARY WAR , WAR OF 1812 

AND INDIAN WARS 



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VOLUME 29. 



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1290067 

INDEX TO VOLUI.iE #29, VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS Fa 



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Barram, Fielding 3 36407 toounty 
land warrant No 551 p 36 v 29 

BRITTEN, John S44662 v 29 p 45 
John S 46496 vol 23 p 46 

Brittain or Brittain, John 

or Britten R 13, v 29 p 47 

Britton, Joseph S 8087 v 29 
page 48 

Carter, Charles S 10435 v 29 
page 99 

Carter, Charles S 1649 v 29 p 
138 

CLARK, Beniamin and Lettice WO 
41834 WC" 32479 v 29 p 49 

" Ben.iamin & hliza J WO 28237 
vol 29 page 50 

11 Christopher & Sarfeih J 

WO 8520 p El 

volume 29 

" Ellison & Ann C WO 40471 
vol 29 pare 52 

Elias & Rachel A WO 17952 
WC 9156 p 53 vol 29 

Francis & Sallie R. WO 45C83 
WC 35329 vol 29 p 54 



Clark, He^rj c 

WO 38374 WC 29915 
vol 29 page 59 



tiar.es 
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for gar et 235 
w _ *dow pa T e 60 

vol 29 



James R1979 vol 29 p 61 

James S 35841 vol 29 p62 
James Clark or Clarke 

S13351 vol 29 p 63 
John & Catharine R1965 

vol 29 p 64-65 
John and Mary R 2003 
vol 29 page 66 
John S 39326 vol 67-68 
vol 29 

Jonathan Bl wt 447 vol 29 
page 69 

Joseph S 8233 vol 29 p 70 
and 71 

Lewis Clark or CAKE ? 
S39324 vol 29 p 72 

CLOWER, GEORGE 339323 v 29 
vo 1 29 p 73 

"Henry or CI oyer S 35338 
vol 2° paere 74 



George & Ann WO 6176 
page 55 vol 29 



C 2351 



George W SO 2599 SC 1429 \ 29 
page 56 

Henry or Henre" J & Mary J 
SO 13S79 (13579) SC 15753 
vol 29 page 57 



Hatcher & Elizabeth 30 22506 
SC 14568 vol 29 p 58 



Pa p-3 2-X 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS: 



Collins, John and Phebe 

W 6755 vol 29 p 75-76 

CONNER OR 00 NOR, John S 55858 
vol 29 page 77 

COOK, Benjamin & Catharine 
W8628 vol 29 pages 110 -111 
Benjamin 2c Jemima W 8650 p 78 
ri Cook, Henry S 5181 v 29 p 57 

Cook. Charles or Cooke, S 
S 55857 vol 29 p 112 

11 William S 58627 v 29 p 58 

" Dawson & Mildred W4657 vol 
29 pages 115 to 116 

'•John & Mary W23865 v 29 d 
117 

11 Lewis S 39540 v 29 p 118 

Matthew R 2268 vol 29 p 
119 and 120 

" Peter & Mary W6705 vol 29 p 121 
" Thomas & Martha W 25855 vol 29 p 
122 

" William or Cooke and Clara 

W 6708 vol 29 p 125-124 

" Zachariah S 42655 vol 29 p 126 
page 125 

DRAKE, Francis T SO 9496 (9495) 
SC 23422 vol 29 p 127 

James & Elizabeth WO 10447 WC 13267 
vol 29 p 128 

Thomas & Jerusha WO 34605 

SC 20436 vol 29 p 129 

Thomas B SO 14141 SC 8809 vol 
29 page 130 



DRAKE, 'ells ?• Mary E 
SC 16824 WC 17152 
vol 29 pa e 135 

*' Rivers or RIeves & 
Elizabeth T WO 447 
pare 152 

Thomas & Catharine W 52 6< 
W5264 d 156 



DULA 



WILLIAM R5112 v 29 
page 148 



Dulin, John S 59468 
vol 29 page 147 

Dunn, Andrew S 4351C 



vol 



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William SO 17476 SC 5978 
vol 29 page 13$ ( 131 ) 

William & Anna W8675 vol 29 
page 157 



" John R5144 v 29 p 79 

John or Dun S3 5 9 03 
Joshua 339467 vol 29 

page 100 
Ja.es £ 8359 vol 29 
page 135 

ELLIOTT OR ELLET, Samuel 
k Winifred W 19225 
vol 29 page 39 

GLASS. Aaron bounty land 
warrant 37648 vol 29 
page 10 

BenjpTnin bounty land 
warrant 15502 & 55 
vol 29 pn^e 11 

Charles & Nancy W3410 
vol 29 p 15-12-14 

David & Rebecca WO 
10447 WC 5728 vol 29 
pages 15 to 17 

Dudley bl warrant 
34658 & 71515 v29 p 
page 18 

Henry bl wt 1C2246 
& 217 08 v 29 p 19 



Wells Drake & Mary E SO 



INDEX TO VOL TT ME 29 VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS: 



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GLASS, James & Elizabeth 

WC 22901 & WC 33071 

vol 29 page 20-21 

James bounty land warrant 

97318 &' 47024 v 29 p 22 

Martin & Nancy Bl wt 39930 & 
40012 vol 29 p 23 

Morgan & Nancy WO 8663 (8563) 
WC 7370 vol 29 p 24 

Michael S 16830 vol 29 p 25-26 

Richard SO 24401 SC 15750 
vol 29 page 27 

Thomas & Sally WC 18627 & 
9463 (9453) v 29 p 28 

Thomas& Margaret WO 14629 
WC 21326 vol 29 p 29-31 



HARMAN, JOSEx'H SC 31509 
SC 25641 vol 29 p 105 

John Samuel & Nancy or Mancy 
SO 7633 SO 4670 p 104 v29 

William(son of John )Sc 
Margaret WO 17394 WC 30035 
vol 29 p 106 

Thomas & Lucy WO 33023 
WC 19238 vol 29 p 107 

William and Elizabeth SO 
13064 SC 8324 vol 29 p 
108-109 

HAYDEN OR HAYDON, Benjamin 
S 37972 vol 29 p 81 

James S30466 (30466) vol 29 
pa-e 82 

John S 37993 p 83 vol 29 



Thomas bounty land warrant 2974 

vol 29 page 32 HENZE OR HENTZE, Frederick 

and Margaret W 3251 vol 29 
Thomas W bounty land warrant page 84-85 

49425 & 634 vol 29 p 33 

Hensel, George S 6990 vol 29 
Vincent & Susannah Dean former page 86 

widow R 4059 vol 29 p 34 

Hensel, Michael W 7717 vol 29 
pa.-e 87 



William bl wt 10331 & 1607 
vol 29 page 35 

GREGORY, GEORGE S 38765 vol 29 
page 126 

HARLAN, GEORGE & CATHARINE 
W 8918 vol 29 p 140-142 

" Rezin or Razen R R4609 
vol 29 page 143 



JOHNSON OR JOHNSTON, JOHN 

bounty land warrant 1362 
vol 29 p 144 

John S8763 vol 29 p 145 

John S 31168 vol 29 p 146 



JONES, WILLIAM S 13549 vol 29 
Page 88 
HARMAN, HENRY SO 18043 SC 12164 vol 



29 page 



101 



James K and Nancv K WO 11195 
WO 21660 vol 29 p 102 

John & Susannah G SO 13448 
WO 35076 WC 24074 
vol 29 page 103 

John Samuel & Nancy or Mancy 
continued opposite 



William Bo <nty land wt 
12274 vol 29 p 139 

LEMMON, GEORGE S 38137 v 29 
page 1 

" Jacob Sc Jane W 3698 vl 
29 page 2& 3 



INDEX TO 

VOLUME 29 VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS 
LEMON OR 

LEMMON OR , Samuel bounty lrnd. warrant 
12307 vol 29 p 5 



PAGE 



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Lemmon, John & Mary 

F. 6281 vol 29 p 4 

LINK. DAVID WC 20635 vol 29 
page 89 

LOW, Jesse & Easter WO 42359 
vol 29 page 40 

" John & Elizabeth SO 13158 
SC 8141 vol 29 p 41 



WATTER OR 

WATERS, Thomas S 40649 
S40649 vol 29 p 9 

WHITLEY OR WHITLY, 
" & JANE R 11459 v 29 
nacre 95 

END OF VOLUME 29 

VIRGINIA PENSION 

ABSTRACTS 



Low or Lowe, Stephen R 6189 
vol 29 page 42 

LOWE, THOMAS AND MARY x 
R 6488 vol 29 page 43 

McGAVOCK, HUGH S 16948 
N A ACC NO 874 v 29 
pages 90-92 

0' Conner, Thomas S 35541 vol 29 
page 96 

Osburn, Ephralm R7822 

vol 29 page 97-98 

PENNELT OR PAN^EL, BENJAMIN 
S 3650 vol 29 p 93 

PRIOR, JOHN S 36242 page 94 
vol 29 

REYNOLDS, JESSE W5683 vol 29 
page 44 

WATERS, JAMES S 39113 vol 29 
page 6 

John S 11668 vol 29 
page 7 



MOSES S 7828 vol 29 p 8 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP GEORGE LEilON S 33;37 Page 1. 

The data which follow were obtained from the papers on file 
in pension claim S 53137 based upon service of George Lemon 
in t he Revolutionary war. 

George Lemon enlisted sometime in 1776 in Staunton Virginia 
as private in Lieutenant V/allace's (later captain) company, Col 
Dangerf ield' s 7th Virginia regiment and served continuously 
until Buford's defeat in South Carolina, in which engagement he 
was wounded, taken prisoner and held to the close of the war. 

George Lemon was allowed pension on account of his service 
in the Revolutionary war on his application executed Dec 9 1822, 
at which ti .e he resided in ALLEGHANY COUNTY VIRGINIA, which 
county had forms rly been a part of Botetourt County Va . He 
had resided in Botetourt Co Va for many years. This soldier 
did not state the date and place of his birth, names of his 
parents, nor his age. In 1323, his occur at ion was that of a 
carpenter; he stated then that he had no wife. It is not shown 
that he wa3 over married and no referonce was made to children. 

In 1823, Jacob Lemon stated before the clerk of court of 
Al eghany Co Va that ho saw George Lemon march from Staunton 
Va, whon ho entered ser ice and again after his return but 
did not state any relationship botween them. 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension, name 

and address of person paid and, possibly the date of death 

of this pensioner, you should address the Comptroller General, 

General accounting office, Washington D C and furnish him with 
the following: George Lemon, Certificate No 19077, issued 
Soot 23, 1823, rate of $8 per month, commenced Aug 18 1823 
Act of March 18 1318, Virginia agency. 



Page 2 

VIRGINIA AMD MARYLAND SERVICE OP JACOB LEMMON AND JANE W3698 

Bounty land warrant 26990 for 160 acres in 1855 

The Revolutionary war records of Jacob Lemon v/hich follow 
was obtained from papers on file in ension claim W 3698 based 
upon his service in that war. 

Jacob Lemmon was BORN May 7 1763 in Frederick County Maryland 
names of his parents not stated. He moved when about age 10 to 
Augusta Co Va . while residing there Jacob Lemmon enlisted Oct 1, 
1780 served 4 months and 20 days as a sergeant in Capt John Tate's 
company, was slightly wounded at the attle of Cowpens, then under 
Col Howard of Maryland. He enlisted May 1781, served 3 months and 
15 days as sergeant in Capt John Dickey's company, Col Huggard , s 
Va regiment, was in the battle of Jamestown. 

The soldier, Jacob Lemmon in Nov 1781 wont to visit relatives 
in Frederick Co Maryland and while there served as substitute for 
a relative, Andrew Hull, and was stationed 2 months at the barracks 
in Fred erickt own, Md, guarding prisoners captured when Cornv/allis 
surrendered . 

He returned to his home in Augusta Co Va and enlisted May 1732 
and served 3 months in Capt John h Kitrick's com any, Col John 
Moffitt's Va regiment, guarding the frontiers in Tygert's valley, f 
from the incursions of the Indians. 

He continued after the Revolution to reside in Augusta Co, 
for 8 or 9 years, when he moved to Botetourt Co Va . He was allowed 
pension on his ap lication oxocuted 8-13 1832, then a resident of 
Botetourt Co. He died in Botetourt Co Va Nov 6 1848. 

Jacob Lemmon married Jan 3 1797 in Botetourt Co Va Jane 
Gi lliland. She was born in Rockingham Co Va and moved to Botetourt 
Co Va sometime before hor marriage. They wore married at her fathor 
houso on James River Va about 22 milos northwest of Botetourt 



VIRGINIA Aim MARYLAND SERVICE OP JACOB LEMMON AMD JAN. J W3698 
Page 2 continued; 

Page 3 

Court House, Va, names of her parents not given. 

Jane Lemmon stated in 1052 that she had 7 living children 
and tht the eldest was in his fifty- fifth year, but she did not 
give any names. 

George Lemon stated in 1332 that he knew the soldier 
Jacob Lemmon, durin the Revolution and that he served part of 
the time with him. George Lemmon and Mary M Lemraon were living 
in 1855 in Botetourt Co Va. It is not shown that the 
George Lemmon in 1832 and the George Lorn on in 1355 were identical 
and it is not stated that any of them were related to the family. 



Page 4 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN LE......01IS OR LEMMON AND MARY # R6281 

The data which follow we e obtained from papers on file 
in pension claim R 6231, based upon service of John Lemnions 
or Lemmon in the Revolutionary war. 

He resided in Rockingham Gout Va, at the time of said v/a 
war. The date and place of his birth and names of his parents 
were not stated. He moved from Rockingham Co tc Monroe Go Va. 

Ho married Jan 2 1800 in Monroe Co Va to Mary Carr/ 
they wero married by Rev John Alderson. The names of Mary's 
parents and date and place of her birth were not given. 

John Lemmons died Fe 7 1841, in Monroe Go Va, in which 
county he had resided ever since he moved from Rockingham Co, 7 

Mary Lemmons as she signed her name, the widow of John 

Lemmons, applied Dec 29 1855 for the pension which might have 

been due on account of his service in the Revolutionary war. 

She was then a resident of Monroe Co Va, age 77. She stated 

then that her husband, John Lemmons, while a resident of 

Rockingham Co Va enlisted and served as a private in the Va 

troops "some considerable time" but she did not state the names 

of the officers under whom --.- ho served nor give the dates 

of enlistment or discharge from service. A report of the land 

office of Va was submitted in support of her claim for pension 

in which it was shown that one John Lemmons (Lemmon) served 

as private in the Illinois regiment of Va troops and received 
bounty land warrant No 3385 for ± 200 acres from the state of 
Va . The claim for pension or Mrcry Lemmon was net allowed 
for proof of service of John Lemmons as al e jod by her was not 
furnished, nor was proof established that John Lemmons who 
received land from Va was identical with her husba d. In 1855 
1855 reference was made to children but no names were stotcd. 
One George Lemmons was a resident of Monroe Co Va, at that 
ti ;e but^his relationship to the family of John and Mary Lemm 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP SAMUEL LEMON A BOUNTY LAND WARRANT 12307 
issuod March 10 1790 

The information concerning the issuance of warrants carded 
on this form is found in volume 2 to 4 of Land warrants 
issued prior to 1800, which are registers of bounty land 
warrants, issued to non commissioned officers end privates under 
congressional resolutions of Sept 16, 1776, and subsequent dates 
Other records relative to the applications for warrants 
appear to have been destroyed in the war Dept fire of Nov 9 
1800. 

Information concerning warrants surrendered to the Federal 
Government is to be found in don land Office, records 
in the Naticnal Archives. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JAMES WATERS S S9113 Page -6- 

DECLARATION was made February 27 1826 by James Waters 
age 77 a resident of Lawrence county Tennessee, having formerly 
lived in Rutherford County Tennessee. 

The data following were obtained from paperson file in 
claim for pension S 39113 , based on the military service of 
Ja„ cs Waters in the Revolutionary war. 

James Waters enlisted In the town of Little lork, 
Pennsylvania, sometime in April 1773, served as private, in Gapt 
Thomas Quirk's company, Col Joseph Crockett and Heth's Va regt. 
while in Trenton New Jersey, he was transferred to Cat White's 
company and served in Col Bali's Va regiment, he was in the 
battle of Monmouth and at the fall of Charleston, where taken 
prisoner, held 15 months and exchanged at Jamestown, Va, was 
discharged sometime in July 1731, in Williamsburg, Va after 
which he served at the surrender of Cornwall! s, under Col Lewis. 

The soldier James Waters referred in 182S to his wife, 
ELIZA, age 60, and to the following children; 
James ago 18: Jacob age 16, Sally age 12, Polly age 9 

He stated also that his dau Elizabeth married about 1823 
William Pcevyhouso. 

The papers contain no further family data. 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension, name 

and address of person paid and possibly date of death of this 

pensioner, you should applet to the Comptroller General, General 

Accounting office, Records Division, Washington D C and furnish 

the following data; James Waters, Certificate No 19770, issued 
Lay 14, 1827, rate v o8 per month, commenced Jan 1 1827, Act of 
March 18, 1818 and May 1 1820 West Tennessee Agency. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN WATERS S 11668 pa ^e -7- 

The following records of John Waters, Senior 
in the Revolutionary war pension claim £ 11668, was BORN in 
Stafford county Virginia, and while residing there enlisted In 
1777 or 1778 and served 5 months as a private in oapt John James 
company, Col Garrard's or Garret's Va regiment. 

The next year he enlisted and served 2 months as a private 
in Capt George Burroughs Vir ,Inia company and soon afterward 
20 or 30 days under che same captain. 

In latter part of August 1781, he enlisted, served 4 months 
or more as a private in Capt Mill Hardin's company, Col Philips 
Va regiment and was at the siege of Yorktown, where he received 
a bayonet wound in his hand and at the surrender of Cornwallis- 

Ke was allowed pension on his application executed Sept 
17 1832 while a resident of Estill county Ky, where he had lived 
for 27 or 28 years. 

The soldier married 1781 in Prince iVilliam Co Va to 

Elizabeth Fraizer. He died ICay 12 1638 at his residence in 

Estill Co Ky and his widow Elisabeth died Jan 3 1841, leaving 

4 children, the only name givencn being a son jlsa who was a 

resident of instill Co Ky in 1357 and then age 71. 

One Sampson Matters was a J P of Estill Co Ky 1832, no 
relationship stated. There are no further family data. 

The above noted John Waters is the only soldier by that 
name of Va, found on the Revolutionary war records of this 
National Archives. 



Page • 8 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OF MOSES WATERS S 7828 

The following records were obtained from papers 

on file in the Revolutionary war pension claim S 7528 
of Moses Waters 
/based upon his military service in that war. 

Moses Waters was BORN 1761 in KING WILLIAM COUNTY VIRGINIA, 
The names of his parents are not shown. 

While residing in AMHERST COUNTY VIRGINIA, Moses haters 

volunteered 17777, in Capt Jacob Warwick '3 Virginia company 

and marched to Port Warwick and scried at that fort under- Lieut. 

James Humfrios and Col Samuel Vance, and sensed 3 months, in 

1779 he volunteered to go tc ENTUCXY against the INDIANS, 

marched to LEXINGTON , that state and served 3 months under Capt 

David Crawford, while still at said Lexingt n ho enlisted 

again and served at Licking fort under Cant Isaac Riddle and was 

in an engagement with British and Indians; served six months 

after his discharge he returned to his home in Amherst Go Va 

and at the time when Tar It on invaded Virginia and broke up the 

General Assembly at Charlottesville, Virginia", he was called out 

and enlisted in «apt William Mucker's com any under "1 Mallory 

in the Va troops, marched to Yor 'town and was in an engagement 

near Portsmouth, whore Col Mallory was killed, and served 3 nos. 

After the Revolution, Moses Maters moved to Union District, 
South Carolina, lived several years, then moved to Rutherford Co 
North Carolina, where he was living when he was allowed pension 
on his application Dec 10 1832. 

There are nc data as to his family. In. order to obtain 
date of last payment of pension and address of person paid and 
possibly date f death r:f the soldier Moses Waters you should 
address the Comptroller General, Gen Accounting office, Records 
Division, Washington D C and quote Certificate No 16530, issued 
9-3 1833, Rate ',,'50 per annum, commenced March 4 1831, Act of June 
7 1832, NORTH CAROLINA AGSNC . 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF THOMAS WATERS OR MATTERS S 40649 

DECLARATION was made in Adams County Ohio April 15 
1318 a 6 e 66 or 67 by sad Thomas Waters, Senior. 

The data furnished below are obtained from the papers 
on file in the Revolutionary war claim for pension 8 40649 
based upon the military service of Thomas Waters in that war. 

Thomas Waters, the name also aeoears as Watters, enlistee 
at Winchester, Va March 1778 or 1779, served as a private 
in Capt Abraham Kirkpatrick ' s com any, Col Thomas Gaskins' 
Virginia regiment and in Col Win Darke's Va regiment and in 
the 6th and 11th Va regiments, was at the siege of Yorktown 
and surrender of Cornwallis, and was discharged in July 1783. 

In 1820 he was residing in Adams Co Ohio and then stated 
that he was age 67 and his family residing ■. ith him ot that ti: 
time consisted of his wife Elizabeth age 57 and her maiden 
name and date of their marriage was not shown and a son 
Robert aged 19. 
There are no further family data. 

The above is the history of the only soldier na .d 
Thomas Viators who served from Va found on the Revolutionary 
war records of the National Archives, 



WAR OF 1812 pa 6 e 10 

VIRGINIA SERVICE Of AARON GLASS BOUNTY LAND WARRANT 57648 

for 80 acres in 1350 and No 54766, for 80 acres in 3.855. 

DECLARATION was made In BELMONT COUNTY OHIO DECEIvl ER 4, 1351 

He states he was a private in the company of Cant Ch r.les 
Shackleford in the F.rst regiment of Va militia, com anded by 
Col Robert Crutchfield in the war of 1812; that he volunteered 
at Gaines crossroads, in Culpepper Co Va about 1 th Aug 1314 
for 5 months and continued in actual ser ice in said war for 4 
months and six da;s. and was discharged at Freder icksor.rg Va 
17 Doc 1814., that his discharge is lost on account of his house 
was burned about 1816. 

He makes this declaration for purpose of obtaining bounty 
land warrant to which he may be entit Led under the Act of Sept 
28 1850. 

Also declaration was made 1856 Jan 2, in Belmont Co, 
Ohio by Aaron Glass ago 60 a resident of said county and state 
and states about the same as previously. And applied for land 
bounty under the Act of 1355 March 3. 



WAR CF 1312 Page 11 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP BENJAMIN GLASS BOUNTY LaND WARRANTS 
NU. BERS 15502 for 80 acres In 1850 and (No 55 found) 

DECLARATION was made in BARREL COUNTY KENTU KY December 
24 1851 age 59 a resident of said county and state. 
States he enlisted as a private under Capt James Shelton in the 
5th Virgin!? militia, commanded by Col Taylor first and then b 
Col Parks in the war of 1312;, t'jat he volunteered at RENRY 
COUNTY COURT HOUSE VIRGINIA about Juno 1313 for 6 months and 
continued to service for 6 months and was honorably discharged 
at Norfolk Va 1314. 

signed Benjamin Glass (his X mark) 



Page 12— 
VIRGINIA SERVICE CF CHARLES GLASS AMD NANCY W 5410 

DECLARATION WAS LADE IN Campbell County Virginia 183ft 
August 14 by Charles Glass a resident of S8id county age 75 
who applied under the Act of June 7 lS32o 

States he met at New London in then Bedford Court House 

a and volunteered his services under C a t Chrisfco her Irvine 

and marched a ainst the Cherokee Indians and served tour of 6 

months. That in 1779 he was drafted in Bedford Go Va une to 

go to the LEAD LINES in MONTGOMERY COUNTY VA and returned 

homo in September following j that early in 1781 no was 

drafted for 3 months, under Capt Jehu Oleg? and Lt VYm Dooley 

rendezvoused at Steps/ marched to Portsmouth Va and there 

and about under Muhlenburg and Col Alexander Die 1 :, he remained 

until discharged on NANSAikOND RIVER, not far from Portsmouth 

; that in sane year he served 5 months at Yorktwwn, ; that ho 

still lives in Campbell Co near where he was BORN and Raised, 

he has no documentary evidence, Rcbert V/atkins, Henry Brown 

and Nelson Bro.ks are the only persons living that he 

recollect by whom he can prove his ser ices. 

Henry Brown a clergymen re riding in Campbell Co Va 

and fe Roper or Rosser in same county state they arc well 

acquainted with this soldier. 

CHARLES GLASS STATED he was bem in Bedford Co Va 

now Campbell on Falling river, the sa- : d county of Campbell 

being taken from Bedford Co a. That he was BORN 1757. 

There a small niece of paper in the file shewing that 

CHARLES GLASS OF VA SERVICE DIED 14 December 1857. 



VIRGINIA SEHVICiS OF ClhRLES GLASS & Nancy W 3410 Page 13 

PAGE 2 

DECLARATION was also made by MRS NANCY GLASS in 

Campbell County Vir inla February 22 1339 age 70, applied under 

the Act of July 7 1S38 and stated she was the widow of Charles 

Glass deceased of said county a private in the Revolutionary war. 

And was in receipt of $40 per annum at tine of his death. 

She stated they were married 28 April 1785 in COUNTY OP 

CHARLOTTE VA by Rev Jno Weatherf ord, but that her parents at 

that time lived on the said county of Campbell, that they have 

lived together as man end wife in said Campbell Co Va, 

ever since they married as aforesaid, until time of her husband's 

death, which was 14 Dec 1337; that she was not married to him 

prior to his leaving service . 

AFFIDAVIT OP ALEXANDER STEELE IN CAidPBELL CO VA 1339 

states he is age 70 and has been acquainted with Charles Glass 

and his pres3nt widow Nancy Glass whose maiden name was Nancy 

Listen? ever since he was a boy 15 or 16 at the time they 

married, that he is acquainted with their oldest son, whom he 

thinks is over 50 of age; 

AFFIDAVIT OP NATHANIEL TANNER in Campbell Co Va 1839 
i'iarch 8, stating ho is well acquainted with Mrs Anne Glass 
wiodw of Charles Docd. and was acquainted with Mr Charles Glass 
a pensioner until his death \ \ that he has a family record of 
his father in possession; which has a register :f the rrcrriage 
of & Charles Glass to his -'resent widow Ann Glass (did not call 
her Nancy) now claim a pension dated April 21 1784, and also 
a register of births of their children; oldest of which Is 
VINCENT GLASS who was horn 20 Fob 1785 and so on to the youngest; 
Willis Glass whose birth is dated Nov 8 1813, which he believes 
a true statement of the marriage and births af >resaid and on the 
record or register above referred to his own name is subscribed 
at the bottom, ; t at toe said Ann or Nancy Glass has remained 
a widow since his death Too following is a copy of said 
register; PHEBE TANNER DAU OF 3ENJ TANNER AND ELIZABETH HIS 
wife was born 4-9-1803. 



Page 14 

virginia service of charles glass and nancy w 3410 
Page 3 

william glass was born september x 15, 3788 

Frances Glass was born April 3, 1790 
Catnne? K Glass was born July 15, 1793 
Charles Sammonds? Glass was born Sept 20 1796 
John Glass was bom July 26, 1799 

D. JEi.SS GLASS son of Charles Glass and /inn his wife 
was born May May 8 1802 

Robert Lystern'. Glass was born Aug 5 1305 
Nancy H Glass was born Feb 13, 1811 
Willis Wells Glass was born 15 Nov 1813 
Ann Glass wife of Charles Glass was born Aug 25 1768 
Signed Nathaniel Tanner. 



Page 15 

WAR OP 1312 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF DAVID GLASS AND REBECCA GLASS 
WO 10447 and W C 5728 for Bounty land warrant 56553 for 40 
acres in 1350 and Warrant 47900 for 120 acres in 1355 ' 
and No 28812 for 120 acres in 1855 which was cancelled. 

DECLARATION made in Christian county Eontuc y April 9, 
1855 by David Glass a e 70 then a resident of Hopklnsville 
said county siates he served in a company of artillery 
attached to the 4th Brigade of Va militia under Brig. General 
William Chamberlain. for six months; t at he has heretofore 
made declaration for bounty land under Act of Se jt 23 1850 and 
received a land warrant for 40 acres which he has legally 
disposed of. He makes this declaration to obtain additional 
land to which he may be entitled under the Act of 3 .:irrch 1855. 
DECLARATION made 1851 in Christian Co Ky April 5,1351 
by Da\ id Glass age 65, That thd company to which he belonged 
was raised in NEW KENT COUNTY VIRGINIA; that he with his compa- 
ny into six months service b;> order of the Governor of Va, seme 
time in June 1314; that jc ho marched to FAIRFIELD NEAR 
RICHMOND VA and was attached to a brigade of Va militia under 
Brigadier General l.'m Chamberlain; and said Brigade was stationd 
at Camp Bottans Bridge and ser ed until peace was proclaimed 
when the brigade together with his company was discharged by 

general order on 1815. That he rendered other and numerous 

services during said war; t at at the end of the war his servicer 
was audited and paid for by the auditor of Va . 

DECLARATION made by Rebecca Glass in said 
Christian county Kentucky 4th Jan 1355 are 64 states she 



WAR OP 1812 page 16 

VIRGINIA SERVICE 0? DAVID GLASS AND RiBECCA 3LASS WC 10447 
Ifv'G 5723 and bounty land warrants: 

Pag e 2 . 

is the widow of David Glaass deceased who died about 

April 9 1355.; she states she was married to David -lass in 

New Kent County Virginia November 1313 by on. 1 , if/illis a 

METHODIST MINISTER and that her name before- marriage vas 

REBECCA CRUMP; t at her husband died 1855 August 22nd . 

DECLARATION was mads again 1373 in seid Christian Co Ky 

September 29th by Rebecca Glass age 83 on that d . tc 

a resident of Hopkinsville , Ky ; t at she is the wld v: of David 

Glass who was commsssioned as a Captain of a company, which 

he raised in NEW KENT COUNTY VIRGINIA 1314, and embraced in 

the brigade or division of Gun oral Chamberlain and discharged 

1315 in New Kent Co Va . That his company was stationed near 

Bottom Bridge In New Kent Co Va for 3 months and was thence 

ordered near Richmond Va and remained 4 week:;, when he was 

ordered back to Mew Kant Ci Va until close of the war. That 

her name befro marriage was Rebecca Crump. That they removed 

to Kentucky in 1824- That the records of New Kent Ce Va were 
destroyed and she cannot produce records en that account, 
that she still remains the widow of .David Glass. 

/affidavit of Mary Cox in Christian Co Ky So t 29 1373 
age 66, who states she is a nativo of New Kent County Va and va 
was FORMERLY A SLAVE, the PROPERTY C? MRS REFECCA GLASS, wife 
of David Glass (she stated Dr. David Glass) before 
her marriage with said Dr David Glass, that nor name before 
marriage was Rebecca Crump; that she well remembers the 
marriage of Dr David Glass with Mrs Rebecca Crum. , altho she 
was quite young at the time; Tho she was very young she 
remembers when David Glass and his wife Rebecca returned from 
Va to Kentucky which occurred 1324. She lived with them and 
in their family and they were living together as man and wife 
and were regarded as such by their friends. 

ijnd they had three children; to wit; 
HENRY GLASS s VIRGINIA GLASS (NOW MRS LATHAM) MID MARY GLASS 
all of whom are still living. while they lived togehter in Va 



WAR OP 1312 Pa " S 17 " 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP DAVID GLASS AND REBECCA GLASS WO 
10447 and WC 5728 and bounty land warrants 
PAGE 3 . 

T t when they the said David and Rebecca Glass 

removed to Kentucky as aforesaid tney brought nor with the . 

and see lived with them in TRIGG COUNTY KENTUCKY and in 

Christian County Ky, in which latter county the said 

Da id Glass died, which occurred about 1G55 ; until 

several years before his death and up to that time they 

were living together as nan and wife and wore roggrdod 

qs s ch by their friends. 

Affidavit of of '.'.< E Warfield and James Ellis 
m Christian Co Ky Oct 14, 1873 stating they were 
acquainted with Rebecca Glass widow of Dav d Glass deed 
; that they know of thoir own knowledge that David 
glass died 1855 and that 2: Rebecca remains his widow. 

Affidavit of Americus V Long? age 60 % a resident of 

C ristian On Ky that he was personally acquainted with 

David Glass and Mrs Rebecca Glass his widow, know them 

fr m time when they removed to K; from Va. which was 

about 1324, and know they lived together as nan and wife. 

A letter in the files from Henry Glass, Captain 

U S Naval Training Station, San Francisco California in 

1901 March 3rd to the Old war and Navy Division, Pension 
Bureau Washington D C. Sir: Requestion lnf rmation rega- 
arding David Glass ; that "He was my grand father, and I do 
desire inf rmation to complete some family records. . 
grand mother was allowed a pension for her hus and's ser ic 
In war of 1812. 



WAR OP 1812 S ® 18 ~~~ 

Virginia Service of Dudley Glass , Bounty land warrants: 

Numbers 84838 for 40 acres in 1850 and No 71515 
for 40 acres in 1850 and Ee 10949 for SO acres in 1855 
lie served as private under Capt WimbAsh Virginia militia. 

Ee made Declaration in HALIFAX COCJNTY VIRGINIA 

1851 april 24th age 68 a resident of said county and states 

he was drafted at TERREYS in Halifax County Va about 50th 

August 1314 for three months aid discharged at Ellicott Hills 

2nd December en account of expiration of the tern of service 

Affidavit of one John Lay? at sane time and place states i 
"I was in the same corn anj with Dudley Glass.'' 

DECLARATION also mads 1852 13th September in Halifax Co 
Va states he is sa~ie person who received bounty land warrant 
for 40 acres No 71515 Aug 26 1852 for his service under Capt 
Wimbush in War of 1312, that in addition to that he is 
former declaration - t at the distance from going to and 
returning from Ellicott ..ills Maryland, the place where he was 
discharged to his then piece of residence is at least 70 J 
miles; and now makes this declaration for purpose of obtaining 
additional bounty land to which he may bo entitled .under the Act 
of march 1852c 

Declaration was race .1355 in Halifax Co Va ivlaroh 50th by 
Dudley Glass age 75 s 



WAR OF 1812 Page 19--- 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF HENRY GLASS BOUNTY LAND WARRANT NUMBERS: 
102246 for 40 acres in 3.850 and 21703 fur 120 acres, in 1855. 
He was Ensign in Capt Williams Virginia militia. 

DECLARATION was made by Henry Glass in Caswell count;*' 
North Carolina September 20th 1B54 . 

States he was an Ensign in the militia age 70 now. 
Served the company of Riflemen under Ca t Doctor Crawford 
Williams; t at he was enrolled at BEAVER'S , the rendezvous 
of Pittsylvania Co 42nd regiment, as aopears from the records 
of said regiment, then kept by Stephen Coleman, who was the 
clerk of the regimental court, on the 23th May 1314 for 6 
months; that he marched to Norfolk Va as an officer in said 
company, which was there mustered into service ; and sometime 
thereafter he was transferred to command of Major Claries 
Fenton-yMercer , commanding the Light Corps at Camp Alpine 
by whom ho was honorably discharged in consequence of ill 
health, of hi3 Family, as welll appear by ref to said dischar e 
signed by Major C F Mercer herewith presented. 

He marked this declaration for the purpose of obtaining 

land bounty, -under the Act of 1350 Sept 28th. 

ANOT M DECLARATION was made 1854 Nov 21st before Sam 

Samuel S Harrison a J P for Caswell C N C by said Henry 
Glass stating he was a Lieut in Light Corps commanded by 
Major Charles F Mercer in the year 1314 at Norfolk that 
he made declaration for bounty land, under Act of 1850. 

Henry Gla as was still making a declaration in 1855 
in Caswell Co N C. 



WAR OP 1312 Fage 2 °--~ 

VIRGINIA SERVICE 0? JAMES GLASS AND ELIZABETH WO 22901 WC 53071 

Bounty land warrant No 75273 for 160 acres in 1855 

He was a private under Cant Christopher Brown in the 

Virginia militia, enlisted February 11, 1815 aid discharged March 

4, 1315. 

The widow resided 1855 and .1873 to 1333 in Lee County, 

Stickleyville, /irginia. His first wife was Johanna ? 

Present widow was Elizabeth Eagle. They married in Wythe Coonty 

Virginia September 1821 and he died October 14 1847 in said 

LEE County Virginia., 

DECLARATION was made in Leo County Virginia by Elizabeth 

Glass age 77 April 30 1878. States she is the widow of James 

Glass deceased, who served as a volunteer drafted man under 

Major Abraham Bradley in the war of 1812. He was drafted in 

Wythe County Va about Jan 15 1815 for six months and ser ed for 

about 6 weeks and was discbarge at the Seven Mile Fcrd In 

Washington Co Va after having marched to SALEM VIRGINIA and met 

the news of BEACE on or about the Si±h of March 1315 ( he was a 

hatter by trade) He was age 66 ct date of death. That she was 

married to James Glass In Wythe Co Va Se t 1321 by Samuel 

Newbery, a minister; that her name before marriage was Elizabeth 

Eagle and she still remains his widow. 

She stated her husband was previously married and that 
his former wife died previous to her said marriage to the soldi ei 
that he died at Wallens Creek, near Stickleyville, Lee Co Va 
Oct 14 1347. Since his service they had lived in Wythe Co Va at 
MECHANICKSBUR3 and Lee Co Va . 

Two witness to her signature were Thomas L Farmer a^e 56 
and William •.-. Sage at same time and place. Also 2 witnesses 
were J J Glass and J L B Gl a ss in said Lue Co Va . 1378 

Declaration was again made by Elizabeth Glass 18 October 
1856 in Lee Co Va a e age 55. On this date she made this 
for the purpose of socuring bounty land. 



WAR OF 1312 ^ Pa ^ e 21 " ' 

Virginia service of James Glass and Elizabeth WO 22901 

V;C 3301 
Page 2 continued; 

A letter was written 1857 December 16 by Ezekiel 

K Herren in SCOTT COUNTY VIRGINIA, stating this day, we 

Janes 'k Sago and Joseph Glass appeared before the undersigned 

a J P states they were personnally acquainted with James 

Glass Senior in his lifetime and that he died in Lee Co Va 

at his residence in Oct . 1847 ; that they saw him after 

his death ; affiant Sage being an attendant physician during 

part of his last illness; that James and Elizabeth Glass 

raised a family of children ten (10) in number, ; that 

Elizabeth remains the widow of said Janes Glass Sr. 

./iff ..davit by Polly Lutor (mi ht be outer?) in 

Wythe Co Va 1857 Oct 28 stating she was at the marriage 

of James Glass and Elizabeth Eager when they were married by 

Samuel Newberry, a mcthodist minister- 

Affidavit made in Lee Co Va b<f Hiram Bosher? before 

David Banner or Bonner knows James and Elizabeth lived toge- 
ther 20 or moro years. Also affidavit of Mary Fletcher 

knows they lived together. 

AFFIDAVIT MADE IN SCOTT CO VA 1832 by James W Sage 

states: in 1878 ho made application for original pension for 
Elizabeth Glass widow of James Glass, formerly of Mechanicksbu 
-burg, Wythe Co Va, now of near Stickleyvilie , Lac Co Va. 
That l, I SAW HER SON YESTERDAY, she is yet living, that her 
husband served as James Glass and etc. same as previously 
stated . ) 



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WAR OP 1312 

VIRGINIA SERVICE CP JAMES GLASS BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS NUMBERS 

97310 for 40 acres in 1350 and No 47024, for 120 acres in 1355 

DECLARATION was made In STOKES COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA 

January 7 1854 by Sam. H. Taylor a resident of said county, 

who states he is the lawful guardian of Janes Glass who was 

a private in company of Capt Graves in the regiment of Virginia 

militia in the War of 1312, that he was drafted as volunteer 

(he dont know which) for 3 or & months in HENRY COUNTY VA 

and served until he was discharged and makes this declaration 

to obtain bounty land. 

Another declaration was made by Sam. H. Taylor 

guardian of James Glass who is now age 65 (dot 24 March 1855) 

who is (INCAPACITATED) and was engaged in military service 

that he entered service at Henry Court House Virginia about 4 

Feb 1315 a3 a private in company of Ca t Thomas Graves in t ho 

regiment commanded by Col (forgotten) in war of 1812. and serve; 

at least 14 days and was discharged at Richmond Va about 2nd 

March 1315 by reason of expiration of his time of so&.ice 

-and makes ± this declaration in order to secure bounty land 

warrant for said James Glass- That he has heretofore mode 

declaration for bounty warrant and received said warrant for 

40 acres which he has legally disposed of. And that Joseph 

Martin or any attorney ap ointed under h .m ts hereby authorized 

to receive and transmit to me any warrant that may be issued 

in favor of said James Glass. 

One John Hill was county court clerk of Stokes Ca I! C 
in 1855, April 25th. 

It was shown in the files that the 120 acr< s 

land warrant was cancelled . Oct 3 1870. 



WAR OP 1312: Pa S e 25— 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP MARTIN GLaSS AND NANCY BOUNTY LAUD WARRANT 

NO 39930 for 80 acres in 1850 and No 40012 for 80 acres 1855 

Ee served as private under Capt Perkins in the Virginia 

militia. 

Declaration of Nancy Glass made &ame in Goochland county Va 

but she was a resident of Fluvanna County Va, Dec 13 1850 statin 

she is the widow of martin Glass who served under Capt Nathaniel 

Perkins 38 regiment of Va Militia under W:.. Sharp Col G Green 

and General Ro B Taylor in the war of 1812 

states her husband marched from Goochland Co Va Oct 7 at Richmond 

Va Oct 9 1313 served six months and disc".ar-,ed near Lambert 2 Poini 

Norfolk 
Point /April 7 1814. 

States sne was married to Martin Glass Nov by Rev John Hughes 

a licensed minister, that her name before marriage was 

Nancy Marks a: that her husband died in Fluvanna Oc Va March 1836. 

A CERTIPIFiiD COPY OF MARRIAGE REC RD OF MARTIN GLASS 

AMD ANNE MARKER in Fluvanna Co Va is filed by the clerk of said 

county February 25, 1822. 

Nancy Glass filed another declaration in Goochland Co 
May 14 1355, and stated then she married Martin Glass 1820 and 
that her maiden name was Nancy Marks, (which prob was correct 
spoiling) at that time she was still a resident cf Fluvanna Co Va. 

Affidavit made in Goochland Co Va 25 ..arch 1852 by 
Griffin Marks of said county who states Nancy Glass is surviving 
wide of Martin Glass whom ho had been personally acquainted with 
30 years and knows he died 26 March 1838. 



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WAR OP 1812 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OF MORGAN GLASS AND NANCY GLASS WO 8563 
and W C 7370 

Bounty land warrants 51254 for 80 acres in 1850 and 46153 
for 80 acres in 1855. 

He was a private under Capt Charles Shackleford in the Virginia 

militia. Enlisted August 11, 1314 and disohar ed Dec 17 1814 

Residence of widow in 18509 1853 in 1857 Ferry County Ohio 
1872 and 1876 same county, In 1872 post office Oakfield, Ohio 
and 1878 in is Nov; Lexington Ohio. 

Her maiden name was Nancy Humphrey, and the married 
April 1 1815 in Virginia. Soldier died Larch 13 1846 in ferry 
county Ohio, and he widow died Doc 7 1883 

DECLARATION made by Nancy Glass in Perry County Ohio Nov 7 

1350 personally ap jeared aje 68 a resident of said county and 

state. States she is t e widow of Morgan Glass deed, who was 

a private in company of Capt Chs Shackelford in the first regt 

of Virginia militia under Ro. Crmtchfield in the war of 1312 

that he volunteered about June 17 1314 for six months and 

continued in service for si:c months and was discharged at 
FREDERICKSBURG VIRGINIA Dec 17 1314c That she was married to 
Morgan Glass in Vir inia April or May 1315 by Reublin Finny 

a minister; that her maidn name was Nancy Humphry and her 
said husband died in Perry Co Ohio 13 March 1346 . 

She stated in 1853 that her husband was drafted in 

Culpepper Co Va Au 10 1314.- 2 affidavits '03 John Glass and 

Aaron &x Berry in Perry Cc Ohio 1853 were presort in the house 

of Benjamin Humphrey in C lpopper Co Va who was the father of 

Nancy Glass and saw them married. 

AFFIDAVITS OF BENJAMIN HUMPHREY AND POLLY HUMPHREY IN 
VERNON COUNTY WISCONSIN- 1873 Feb 7th stating they were 
present at the marriage of Morgan Glass to Nancy in Culpepper Co 
Va by Rev Findlay 1st May 1312 or 1813. 

Nancy Glass also made declaration 1372 in Perry Cc Ohio- 
age 81 o States Morgan Glass volunteered in Culpep or Co Va . 
and was discharged 1813. 



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VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND SERVICE CF MICHAEL GLASS S 16330 

DECLARATION was made in Lincoln County Missouri 1833 Febr 
February 5th by Michael Glass, stating he was a resident of 
Montgomery County Missouri age 59, end applied under the 
Act of 1832 end that he entered service in the summer cf 
1773 as a substitute for one Snavely in the state of 
Maryland within five miles of Hagerstown for term of 9 
months; that he does not recollect the names of his officers 
j that part of the the nine months he was in New Jersey 
and while there General Washington had command! that he was 
not engaged in any battle with the British; that they were 
watching the 3 r itish while there, and at the expiration of 
the 9 months he volunteered for another nine months at the 
same piece in Maryland under Lieut Klondle end served most 
of that time at the l(Vhite Plains while hero the British wei 
were expected but did not appear, and he was in the regular 
army during the 18 months before mentioned bat in no engage- 
ment that he was discharged near the white plains, but does 
not recollect by whom there General Washington hoc! command 

that he after this went from Maryland to Virginia and 
enlisted in NEWPOWK: IN FREDERICK COUNTY VIRGINIA under 
C'apt John Rogers under Roland Baker, enlisted f > r 2 years 
voluntarily and they were under command of Genoral CLARK 
and the company a immediately marched and joined General 
Clark on the OHIO RIVER BELOW LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and 
proceeded to the IRON BANKS on the MISSISSIPPI RIVER from 
there marched and too:: possession of the town of 
KASKASEIA ILLINOIS and St Louis Missouri end while on the 



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VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND SERVICE OP MICHAEL GLASS S 16830 
Page 2 continued: 

opposite side of said river from St Louis, Col Montgomery 

came with his regiment fr m New Orleans, and that he an£- 

said Glass went under said Col Montgomery up the Mississippi 

river to the PALLS in pursuit of Indians but found their 

towns deserted and that he then returned and joined General 

Clark at Louisville KENTUCKY, in that he with the rest of the 

corn any commanded by Capt Rogers was sent from Louisville 

to Pittsburgh with artillery, that he was in the service 

during this enlistment 2 years or about, in that he was 

discharged at Pittsburg about Xmas in 1781: that no was BORN 

IN PENNSYLVANIA aoout 60 miles from PHILADELPHIA near Last 

t wn, that he has no record of his age, that he was living in 

Frederick County Virginia, when x called into service the 

time the revolutionary war, he has lived about 30 years in 

PiiUQUIRE COUNTY VIRGINIA, and then moved to Kentucky and from 

there to the state of MISSOURI, where ho has lived 16 or 

17 years ; that in Capt Rogers Company t'.:ere was Lt Wm Merri 
M e rryweathor, ensign John Thurston and Sergeant Key, all of 
whom he remembers and also Col Slaughter, from Culpepper Co 
Va, who was also with General Clark, the 2 years of his 
service • 

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There arc no data as r to family. 



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WAR OP 1312 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF RICHARD GLASS SO 24401 SC 15750 

Bounty land warrant 19773 for 160 acres in 1850 

He enlisted April 15 1814 and discharged July 27 1314 

and enlisted again august 2S 1814 and dischar ed February 19 1815 

Residence 1851 in Coffee county Tennessee, and 1871 in Jackson 

county, Scottsport Alabama. Maiden name of widow was POLINA 

CAMLIN, thay married 1816 in Rockbridge county Vir inia 

Declaration was made in Jackson county Alabama July 5 1871 

personally appeared before David Tate 5 Judge of the Probate court. 

age 79, by said Richard Glass states his wif e ' s na ;e was Polina 

CAMLIN, to whom he was married at Rockbridge County Virginia 1016 

that he served as a drafted soldier under Ca.t John Dixon, Boyd's 

regiment, at Virginia- troops at Lexington, Rockbridge Co Va, Apr' 

April 1314 and was honorably discharged at Norfolk Va July 1814 

he agterwards joined the army and remained in the military 

service of his country until the close of the war (1812 war) and 

that in 1855 while a citizen of COFFEE COUNTY TENNESSEE he 

received a military land warrant. 

T, e declaration made in Coffee Or Tenn 10 April 1851 is filed 
showing Richard Glass age56, resident of Hoffee Co Tenn a privte 
under Capt John D.xon in the Va militia -was mustered in service 
at Lexington Va 1814 . 



WAR OF 1812 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OF THOMAS GLASS AND SALLY GLASS *** 28 ~~~ 
WO 18627 and W C 22263 End bounty land warrants 94-53 for 40 
acres and No 128 for 120 acres in 1855. 

He served as private in Oa ot Joseph Atkinson's company Virginia 
infantry. He served 15 days between March 2 and July 2 1813 
and enlisted Aug 22 1314 and discharged Oct 22 1814. 

His resident 1350 and 1855 was Hanover county Va, and 
residence of widow 1878 was same county at Old Church Va 
Soldier's first wife was Fannie Martin and his widow was 
Sal y 3utler who married Dec 25 1323 in Hanover Co Va, and he 
died Oct 13 1361 in Hanover Cc Va. 

Thonas Glass was born In Hanover Go Va and when he entered 
service in the ;.ar of 1312 he was described as five feet 9 ; 
tall and occupation, a farmer. 

He volunteered in said Hanover Go '/a as private und r japt Joseo 1 
Atkinson in the Va militia as above stated. He was dischar ed at 
Ca.ip Botton's bridge. 

Thonas Glass applied No 15 1350 for boundy land wh ch "./as 

due under the Act of 3e ;t 23 1350 on account of his ser ice in 

the War of 1312, age then 62, He died Oct 13 1351 in Hanover Go 

where he had always resided. The first wife of Thomas Glass 
died Oct 1821 in Hanover ^ Va, The 2nd marriage was performed 

Rev Charles or Reuben Tally in Hanover Co. 

Sally Glass the soldier's widow was allowed pension on her 
application Apr 11 1873, S :e was age than 75. Mo r-jf^renee is 
iado to children of this soldier. 



Page 29 

VIRGINIA SERVICE P THOMAS GLASS AND MARGARET M WO 14629 
WC 21326 bounty land warrants numbers 72342 for 40 acres in 
185 and 38741 for 120 acres in 1855. 

He sersed as Lieut in Oapt Mastin's company of Virginia 
militia . 

Enlisted August 26 1814 and discharged Nov 24, 1814 

Residence of soldier 1852 and 1355 in Frederic 1 .: county 

Maryland and resident of widow 1873 was Barracks vi lie , 

MARION COUNT l 'NEST VIRGINIA: SOLDIER'S FIRST WIFE WAS 

CATHERINE WOOD AND his wid w was Mar-gar t M. Cramer 

The 5 married November 9 1348 in Marion County Virginia. 

Soldier died December 13 1361 in Frederick county Virginia, 

and the widow died about 1896. 

DECLARATION was made in Frederick County Virginia 1855 

March 5th by Lieut Thos Glass age 64; that he ser ed under 

Capt Francis martin and Col Griffin Taylor at BALTIMORE 

in the war of 1312 t. at he started from Frederick Co about 26 

Aug .1814 and marched to Baltimore and 1314 about 1352 he 

applied for and received warrant for 40 acres land but has 

sold his warrant. 

Another declaration was filed in Fred eft ck ^c Va 1352 

June 11th by Thomas Glass age 60 then. States he served under 

Francis T Mastin in the first regiment of 7a militia under ol 

Griffin Taylor; that he was drafted in Fred:. rick Cc Va about 

24th August 1314 for six months and served 3 months and was 

discharged at Ellicotts mills, Maryland on or about 24th Nov 

1314 . 

AFFIDAVIT BY THE CLERK OF COURT OF MARION COUNTY 

WEST VIRGINIA shows ca t Thomas Glass and Margaret M. Cramer 

(Cramer) Daughter of Thomas Cramer were married Nov 9, 1843 

by William P Horshe or Harshe a minister. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF THOMAS GLASS AND MAR ,-AR..:T M GLASS 

WO 14629 and WC 21326 and bounty land warrants p a c- e 30 

PAGE 2s continued: 

DECLARATION made by Margaret M Glass age 70 in Marion 
County ..est Virginia, April 2, 1873 a resident of said county 
states she is the widow of Thoraas Glass who was a lii utenant in 
the War of 1812, that her husband volunteered at Winchester, Va 
and served at least one year; that she was married to Thomas Glas 
Glass in Marion Co Va now West Va 9th Nov 1843 b Wra P Harshe 
a presbyterian minister j that her na/ie before marriage was 

Margaret Cramer, that a kiss Catharine Wood of Winchester 
Va who died In Frederick Co Va in 1346 (means prob first wife) 
that Thomas Gloss died in ErederJ ck Co Va 13 Dec 1851: they 
they have resided only cno place in Frederick Co Va about four 
miles from Winchester ; that her residence is at Barrack svl lie, 
Marion Cc West Va. 

A CLAIM FOR AND BY MINOR CHILDREN FOR BOUNTY 
lAiD WAS FILED MAY 9 1917: 

State they arj the legitimate grand children of Lieutenant 
Thomas Glass, who was tbe identical Thomas Glass who scr ed under 
the name of Thomas Glass as a Lieutenant under Ca;t Francis T 
i.Iastin in the first ro ^irnent of Virginia militia commanded 
by Capt Francis T Mast in? in war of 1312, that he enlisted 
Aug 26 1314 and service terminated Nov 24 1314 that the following 
is a full description of said soldier at the time of his enlist- 
ment vis; from a portrait and a daguerretype, Thomas Glass 
was tall, well formed, showing his SCOTCH IR3SH ancestry 
in his florid complexion, his keen ' blue eyes, his genial 
expression, they further state their grand fath r died rear 
Winchester, Frederick Co Va 14 Nov 1361; that he left a widow sur 
surgiving him and ONE son that the following are the only 
surviving legitimate grand children, children by any marriage of 
said Thomas Glass; 

They further state that their grand father the 
s Idler was married to Margaret M Cramer near Winchester Frederikk 
Co Va m the 10th Nov 1843 to MARGARET M CRAMER, daughter of Capts 
(afterwards a Major) Thomas Cramer ^ho served in ;he 'Nor of 1312. 
raising a company, marrie marriage, he was married to 
CATHARINE WOOD, daughter of Robert Wood, grand daughter of 
Colonel James Wood, the founder of WINCHESTER, VA and Colonel 
in Colonial wars, Dec 18 13:52, 

The Home ROSE HIiL, a grant to the .... 

Original or founder of the GLASS FAMILY IN AMERICA, Samuel 
the Emigrant, in Frederic'- County Va, about 4y miles from 
Winchester, is held INTACT BY HIS GRAND CHILDREN^ the SEVEN 
children, throe daughter and four sons, of i/lta Wood Glass 
Colonel of militia in the Civil . or , son of Thomas Glass and 
Catharine Wood, born March 14 1335, died Oct 23 1911, The only 
daug ■ or of the same marriage, Ella Glass was born Jan 16, 1854, 
and died unmarried. March 2 I860, no children wore born of the 
second marriage to Margaret Cramer. The house of Catharine ..ood 
"Glen Burne" at Winchester, also a Colonial grant to Colonel 
James Wood is also part of the estate, left by the late 
WILLIAM WOOD GLASS, Col Janes Wood's son Brigidair General and 
Gov James Wood was' prominent during the Revolution. 



VIR INIA SERVICE THOMAS GLASS AND MARGARET h GLASS Page 31 
WO 14629 and WC 21325 and bounty land warrants 
PAGE 3 . 

The Wood and Glass families have been represented In every war 

since the founding of the Colonies. Tradition tells us that 

Lieut Thomas .cod was thought to be dead, at Fort McHenry 

and was being measured for his coffin. Ee was conscious 

of what was going on about him and in some way a physician 

rescued him from the state of coma with which he had fallen. 

By drawing a towel dip ed in ice water through a wound, 

Stories told me in my childhood cause me to believe. 

The last statement is not signed by any 

one of the children or anyone. 

There were several letters of inquiry concerning 

Thomas Glass from various persons in the- files: 



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WAR OP 1312 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF THOisAS GLASS BOU JSY LAtfD WARRANT 2974 for 
160 acres in 1850 

Declaration in Kanawha County. Virginia in this 1st of 
Nove ber 1050 by Thomas Glass age 60 a resident of said 
cougty and states he served in a co pany of Capt Robert 
Franklin first and after his death in the company of vim Jones 

and subsequently that of Cox, in the 35th regiment of 

either Goodln or Dun, in the war of 1012. That he enlisted 
in NELSON COUNTY ac Lovingston, /irginia 22 June 1813, 
for the sua of ,3 in hand paid and $8 more when he joined 
the regiment at Norfolk, and continued in service for 12 months 
and was discharged at Gam' Porttar? 22 Juno 1514 - having 
loft ins discharge papers in Kelt, on count.: Va many years ago, 
and makes this declaration to obtain bounty land warrant. 

The certificate from Commonwealth of Va at Kanawha County 
dated Nov 2, 1350 was signed by JOHN HANSFORD JR. GENTEEi,AN 



WAR OF 1812 PaSS 33 — 

VIRGINIA SERVICE CF THOMAS W GLASS BOUNTi" LAND WARRANT ' 
Warrant 49425 for 30 acres in 1850 and ^ 

warrant No C34 for 30 acres In 1855 

ile served as corporal under C a pt Buford, Virginia Militia. 

The data which follow are found in the claim for bounty 
land based upon service of Thomas V. Glass in the War of 1312. 

Thomas h C-lacs enlistee in Goochland county Virginia and 
served as corporal in Capt Abram Buford ! s company of Virginia 
militia from A gust 31, 1314 until Februa^ 19 1315. lie was 
discharged at Camp Carter., 

The soldier died June 17 or 19, 1347 in AiaLvRSm COUNTY 
VIRGINIA, he was survived by a widow who died August 13, 1852 
in Lynchburg, Va . The date and place of their marriage, 
and the maiden name of his wife are not shown. In 1352 the name 
of the 3 minor children of Thomas ii Glass were given as 
Horatio F Glass, age 19, John J Glass, age 16, and Langhorne C 
Glass age 14. 

December 15, 1852 Robert II Glass age 29 a resident of 

Lynchburg, Va applied as guardian of the above named minor 

children for bounty land which was duo under the Act cf Sept. 

28 1850, on account of service of their father Thomas I Glass, 

in the War of 1312. Warrants Wo 49425, f >r SO acres bounty 

land was issued in behalf of the minor children of Thomas /. 
Glass, Robert H Glass did net state his relationship to Thomas 
u Glass, the soldier, nor to these 3 children above named, when 
he made; these ap licatiens for bounty land. In 1852 R H Glass 
of Lynchburg Va made inquiry regarding land which might bave 
been due his mother Mrs Lucinda Glass for her husband's service 

For information regarding location of land write Com * 
General Land Office, vii shington DC and furnish bounty land 
warrant Mo 49425 -30-1350 and No 634 for 80 acres in 1355. 



rage o4> — 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OP VINCENT GLASS OR HENRY OR HENRY VINCE; 
VINCENT AND SUSANNA DEAN A PORKER WID 
WIDOW R 4059 and bounty land Re j 296011 in 1855 

The data, following wore obtained from the pa icrs 
en file in pension claim R 4059 based upon the Revolution- 
ary war service of Vincent Glass (be was also called Henry 
Vincent Class and Henry Glass. 

He applied for pension November 8, 1852 while 
living in Belmont county Ohio, then aged 86, and 
alleged that be enlisted, while res ding in Culpepper County 
Virginia 1775, and served in Cant Jbhn Gillison's company 
Col John Green's Virginia regiment, and was in the catties 
of bhite Plains, Trenton, Schuylkill, Brondgwine and 
German town, that he served 3 years. 

The claim was not allowed as proof of the alleged 
service was not furnished. 

In 1354 the widow Susannah Dean was a resident of 
Belmont County Ohio, there is no explanation given as 
to the widow being named Susanna Dean, nor is the date of 
death of the soldier shown. 

The soldier had children, toe only name mentioned 
being Aaron Glass a resident of Flushing township, said 
Belmont Countv Ohio In 1351. 



WAR OF ^212 Page 35 

VIRGINIA SERVICE CF WILLIAM GLASS BOUNTY IAND WARRANTS N MBSR3 
10331 for 80 acres in 1350 and N 1607 for 80 acres in 1355 
DECLARATION was made October 24 1350 by '//illirea Glass 
a e about 59 a resident of Hamilton county Ohic states he 
enlisted as a private under Capt Am Maynard or Magnuss? 
in the 5th Virginia Militia unoer Col Parker t at he enlisted 
at ROCKY MOUNT vIRoINIA about Oct 1812 (1812) for 6 months 
and was honorably discharged at Norfolk Va March or April 
1313 and he was paid at Norfol Va for 5 months service. He 
mado this declaration to obtain bounty land to which ho may be 
entitled unds r toe Act of Se >t 28 1850. 

He made another declaration 1355 Ap__ ? 17th day. 

In Hamilton C unty Ohio, States he served as private under 
Cant Maynard, Va militia, that he has heretofore made 
declaration for bounty land under Act of Sent 23 1850. 
and received sane ho 10331 for 30 -ores, which he located 
in the District of LANDS AT PALESTINE? ILLINOIS and patent 
issued therefor harch 10 1852 which ho has since dispose! of. 
He also declarates he has never applied for or received 
ox c e )t t he a b o /e me nt i on ed » 1 !c C ( ) 6T 



CONTINENTAL 

VIRGINIA SERVICE CF ^'' : 2 36. 

FIELDING BARRAii S 36407 bounty land 
Warrant No 551-100 acres 

DECLARATION wasmade in Parish of East Feliciana, 
Louisiana . At a session of the Parish court of said parish 
held at the court house in the town of Jackson on Efonday 24th 
May 1324 before present Hon Thomas T 7 Scott. 

he personally appeared before the said court, Fielding 
Bar rain age 64 a resident of said parish states he ser ed in 
the Revolutionary war as follows; That he enlisted at 
WIL^IAMSBURGH VA about Feb 1776, in the first regiment of mil- 
itary command by Col Charles Harrison under Capt James 
Pendleton. He continued to serve until the close of the war 
-until Aug 1703. At w hich time he obtained a furlough 
at James Island South Carolina and never returned to the army 
afterward; that ho enlisted as a private and afterwards served 

as a sergeant for duration of the war, that ho afterwards 
received a furlough at Richmond Va 1721 which srid discharge 
he gave to C-cn Wm Butler of Edgefield Disc, S C; that ho had 
been in the battles of Monmoutj, N J, Cambdcn S C, Eutaw Springs 
and many other skirmishes; : that in the battle of Camden he 
was wounded in the right hand and taken prisoner and remained 
in confinement for 7 months, that he resided in South Carolina 
after the war, until 1303 when he removed to the state of 
Louisiana, where he now resides and has resided ever since; 

Ho gave a schedule of his property. That he was blind a d 
had but one log, and depended upon his friends f r su icrt. 
AFFIDAVIT CF ROWENE CHRISTINE WIFE OF GE< RGE W CHRISTINE in 
East B n ton Rouge, Louisiana 1053 and appointed power of atty 
to sure pension for services rendered by her father Fielding 
Barram in t ic revolution. . Hisorignal dischage was filed 
showing date nay 26, 1733. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF HENRY COOK 3 -5181 ?AGE 37 

DECLARATION was rands September 5, 133? irj Williamson Count 3 

Ten .essee by Henry Cook, a resid nt of said county age 73, who 

applied uncur the Act of June 7 1832. 

States he served 4 campaigns during the Revolution. The 

first for which he was drafted to serve a six months tour, to 

the South from Lunenburg Co Va, about bhe beginning of Jan or Foe 

1779 and served, in the company commanded by Capt Jose h Wynn, 

Lieut John frynn, ensign for otten, in the regiment of Col 

David Mason and Lt Col Lev/is Burncll or Burwell into whose 

regiment , he fell after having marched from Lunenburg court 

house to Halifax N C under com ;pany officers above sot forth 

from there he marched under Col Mason to Hillsborough and 

stationed 2 or 3 weeks, then to Salisbury. ?.-±c--i to Camden, S C 

and there stationed 2 or 3 weeks, then to Nelson's Perry on 

Santee ri er, then to Batons Bridge on Ashby river about 23 

miles from Charleston, S C, then near St James and St Johns 

Island, and there fell in with Gen Lincoln Bridge and remained 

2 or 3 weeks, the army then tinder Gen Lincoln mo ed on to Stono 

Ferry where the British were tnere fort under Lord Howe, and 

attacked tair. forces, - he was discharged July or Aug same year. 

He entered service as a substitute for John Cook, his father 
who had teen drafted for six months tour in the south about 
..June 1st 173C under Capt Sylvanus WALKER, Lt John Tamplin 
and ensign i/vm Thwait and narchod from Lunenburg "Jo Va to 
Roanoke river and crossed at I'aylors Ferry and the: to 
Hillsborough N C, at which place 4 militia regi lents from Vq 
carae an were co is at which time Capt 

Walker's company fell in the regiment comm ded by Gel Holt. 
Richardson, Lt Col John Glonn a Maj V/ra Boyco, . He entered 
the third time as a volunteer 1st Jan 17S1 under Capt Sylvanu3 
Walker, Hie brother and father were both named John Cook^ 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF WILLIAM COOK S 33527 PAGE 38— 

William Cook was BOM October 11, 17*53 In Spotsylvania 
County, Virginia, but names of his parents arenot sho 

While residing in Spotsylvania Go Va, \ 11 L: s \ Cook 
enlisted and served as a private with the Virginia troops, 
as follows '. from Juno 1780., 3 months in Gapt Edmund Pendleton 
and Moses Fountain's companies, Gel Holt Richardson's re [ i it 
and was in the battle of CAMDEN: from the early part of 
January. 1731, : ; months in Cspt Thomas Towles' company, Col. 
Oliver Tov/les 1 re Lment , fr >m in May 1781, 2 months in Ca t 
Taylor's company, Col Thomas Merriwether ' s pogirnont; from 
Aug 1781 2 months in :at Matison's con an;;, Colonel Satr.3on 
Mathis' regiment . 

After the Revolution, he moved from Virginia to 
BATH COUNTY KENTUCKY, then to Morgan Co Ky, where he was liv- 
ing when he was allowed pension on his ap li cation executed 
April 7 1334. It is not shown that ho ever lived in Franklin 

Co Ky. 

DECLARAT ON WAS MADE IN KING AND QUEEN CO 7 A 14 March 
1339 by Clara Cook, a resident of said county age 74, who app 
ap lied under the Act of July 7 1333; states sho was married 
to" Win 3ook October 1734, am he died 12 March 1857. That 
her husband was a pensioner at date of his death 

Affida\ Lt >f Van Ta lo-r> at same time & place states 
to Cook and ivifa h i two children 



VIRGINIA SERVICE 0? SA...UEL ELLIOTT OR ELLIOT A L WINIFRED 

W 19,225 Pa S e 59 — 

DECLARATION was made in Fauquiro Count;; Virginia April 1-4, 
IS 18 at which time ho was a resident of sand coui t , 

The Revolutionary war records or Sanucl Elliott which 
follows was obtained from the papers on file in pension claim ;. 
19225 baaed upon his service in that war. This is the record 
of the only Samuel Elliott, surname searched under similar spell- 
ings, that is found on file in the Revolutionary war records of 
the National Archives, who served with the Virginia troops 

Samuel Elliott was born April 8 .. .1753 place net stated, 
nor names of his parents. 

He was a minute man early in the Revolution, no details of 

this service given. He enlist .-d in Pauquiro Go 7a ;a 20 177G 

was a private in Capt life Blackwell's company, Gel Daniel morgan's 

11th Va regiment, he was wounded in the battle of Brandywine 

by being struck on the left breast by a bai: . was in the battles 

of Germantown and Licnmouth, and was discharged An; 20 1779 about 

25 miles below ti'est Point. He was at the Siege of York town and 

surrender of Cornwallis, no further details of this ser ice given. 

Samuol Elliott married between his service as a minute 
man and his enlistment of ; aug 20 1776, definite date not shewn 
Winifred Leo.. He died July 16, 1821 in Fauquier Co Va. 

The wide?/ - Winifred Elliott was allowed pension on her a li- 
cation executed 2-11-1857 at which time she was age 86, and living 
in Pauquiro Gc 7a. She died Lay Ci 1357 

The children of Samuel Elliott and wife Winifred: 
liar get or Margaret born June 1, 1777 ; George Dec 9 1779 

Susannah No" 88 1734, Lydia Dec 25 1787; Samuel 9-3-1791 
Y/innoa? b ..arch 22 1794 and Joseph Doe I 1796. 

Their dau Mar a ret was referred to in 1357 a.?, a widow liartin. 
Henry C martin tad e affidr lb 1837 in Pauquiro Go a it is not 
shown that he was related to the f: lily. 



WAR OP 1312 

VIRGINIA SERVICE CP JESSE LOW AND EASTER WO 42359 PAGE 40- 

DECLARATION was uade In Tazewell Count 5 Virginia August 19, 

1882 by Easter Low age92, a resident of said county e>:.d widow 

of Jesse Low deceased, who served under Caut v/illia Crumwell 

as a private in the Rifle con. any under H. Smith in 'War of 1912. 

That he volunteered" In Tazewell Co 7a 1813 fc r 6 raontl s and so? cd 

six weeks and received an honorable discharge at 7 mile ford 1313. 

That he was a^o 18 , born in Tazewell Co 7? . and stated she was 

married to Jesse Low in RUSSELL COUNTY VIRGINIA 1812 by »Vm 

Laswell a minister; thather name before marrage was Easter Cisco. 

That Jesse Low died in Russell Co Va 1352; that since his disch 

he resided in Tazowel Co Va 3 years in Russell Co until he died. 

Witness to her signature "./ore James and Hannah Witt. '.7 Walker 

and J Low. 

DECLARATION LADE 10 TAZEWELL CO VA DEC 19 1385, by 

Easter Low ago 91 a resident of said county stated about the sane. 

But she stated in this that her former husband Jesse Low was 

Bornin WASHINGTON CO VA. that a c mart cd him in town of Belfast 

in Russel Cc '/a Juno 1814 by lYm Lazwell, a Minister of the 
Baptist church, and that nor name before marriage was Easter 
Francisco . 



PAGE 41 

WAR OF 1312 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN LOW AND E^IZA STH 
30 13158 SO 8141, ¥0 9119, VVG 3836 

He was a private under Ca : i't Wm Prince in the Virginia 
militia. 

Bounty land warrants Numbers 34779 for 80 acres in 1850 

and No 15414 for 80 acres in 1355. 

Enlisted Sept 16, 1312 and discharged. April 12, 1813. 

His residence in 1851 and 1855 was Jackson CounV Virginia 

1871 was Murrayvile, Jackson Co West 7a. 

The widow resided 1872 in nurraysvillc, ..est Va . Her name 

before marriage was Elizabeth Hetzee, and they married April 14 

14 ,1808, ard soldier died Jan 2 1372, in said Murraysville , 

West Va . Soldier enlisted in the 2nd Oat. 1st T . 7 a militia 

at Parkersburg, Va about So t 6, 1312 end wss discharged at 

Pert Meigs, Ohio about March 20 1813 ; that he served his tour 

at Fort Meigs . 

The widow Elizabeth Low made declaration in Jackson Co W. 

Virginia July 8, 1872 age 90, ^iaov of John Low stated he 

enlisted at 'Wood County Va 13 Sept 1312, that he volunteered. 

Served at Sandusky Ohio, Delaware Ohio and Ft Meigs Ohio] that 

they were married by John Coal: a minister.- It would appear 

that they married 40 miles above Wdlliamsport Maryland 4 14 
1306. The original Marriage certificate si nod by John Cook 

is filed with the papers showing April 14 1306 John Low and 
Elizabeth Hetose? (her name is spelled variously) 

ONE GEORGE SAVAGE and Georae Conner 1372 July 216, 
were witness before the nest master Solomon Biryley in Jackson 
Co West Va at Murraysville regarding the original marriage 
certificate which was filed.. 

In 1351 John Low, filed bounty land claim in J-ckson Co Va 
stated he Served in first Va militia under Col John S. Connell 
that he volunteered at Parkersburg, 'Wood Co Va. 1st Sept 1812 
for six months and was honorably discharged at Fort Meigs on 
29 Marchl813 at his expiration of term of service. 



VIRGINIA SLRtflOL OF STEPHEN LO^VE OR LOW R 6130 ^E 42 — 

DECLARATION was made in Buncombe County North Carolina 

October 22, 1334, by Stephen Lowe or Lev/ a ;e 72 or 73 who 

applied under the Act of June 7, 1332, States ' o entered 

service as a private militiaman a substitute, for Josiah 

Llarkhaia in 0ran3e County North Carolina in bhe latter part of 

the summer or first of fall 1730; having substituted in 

BEDFORD COUNTY VIRGINIA and mr.rcb.ee to N C under a non? 

commissioned officer in the company eomirsnded by Capt Bwell. 

a Continental officer in the regiment coi anded by Col Bedford': 

under General Gates. He marched from ther t o 

Cheraw South . Carolina: on their lin .: of march, Gen Gre 

arrived and took command of the army, ho was then placed under 

Capt Graves and marched to Cheraw 3 C wh re ti r lined durin 

the winter. In spring 17S1 he was aent with a small detachment 

to guard a drove of hogs intended for the array Into Va. 

-commanded by ensign named Cob , when thev arrived at 

Briston Bridge in Pittsylvania Co ifa they were discharged, of 

8 months, but he was discharged a short time oof ore the 
expiration of his ti : "ne, having served he thinks as one month. 
He entered service again in Bedford Co Va as a drafted militia, 
for 2 or 3 months, sometime in Spring 1731 and marched by 
Major Card under Gen C-p, en . .arched thru N 'J to NINETY SIX 
S C one was in the sio e of that place; when Or on retreated fr 
from Ninety Six. 

DECLiCRATION WAS l.^DE in 1332 Oct 19 in Buncombe Co NC 
by Stephen Low woo aoplied under Act of J"ur_c 7 1632. 

Declaration made by Sarah Low widow of Stephen Low 
in 1351 Sept 27, in BunccmboC N C. Also affidavit of 

Wm Vaughan in Grayson Co Va 1835 Dec 23 atatos he was 
acquainted with Stephen Low in the service fc it ho left oarr^ 
on same day that this affiant left the ar y he fell in company 
with Stephen Low with hie napsack on hie back,, on hie return 
home. ■* 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF THOiiAS LOWE AND MARY R 6433 PAGE 43— 

DECLARATION was made in Rockingham County North Carolina 

1352 August 50 age 77, who ap died under the Act of 1352, June 

7 th. 

The papers on. file in Revolutionary war pension Claim 

R6488 show t lat Thomas Lowe was BORN in Cumberland County Va 

and enlisted Dec 1776 in Capt Tarleton i/Voodson's company, 

Col Edward Stevens 10th Va regiment, was appointed shortly 

afterwards as QUARTERMASTER SERGEANT, served as such under 

Colonel Green and was disc bar i.ed a t Trenton Doc 19, 1779, at wh 

which time he was under 3ol Hall.. 

After the war, he lived some years in Cumberland jo Va 

after which ho moved to Rockingham Co N 0. Thomas Lowe 

died October 27 1855 in said Rockingham do N C! . 

He marriod Fob 20 1735 in Cumberland Co Va to ".. :■.. 

Holeman. His widow Mary Lowe , died May 15 1859 in RojSkingham 

Co N C, at the age of 78. Five children of the soldier Thomas 

Lowe and wife Mary were living in 1852; WILLIAM II LOWE born 

Nov 9 1785, Cynthia Hardlow or Wardlow, bom Feb 5 1790, 

Ruth Massoy, born Nov 50 1792, John H Lowe born April 51,1797 

and Eliza Oath Whit sett born March 11 1799. 

One Richard N Lowe, was a resident of Rockingham Co NO i: 
in 1352, at which tine he was 59, He was administrator for 
estates of both the soldier and his wife, Mary Lowe, no 
relationship tc the family was stated. 

The soldier Thomas Lowe, stated that one 
John Lowe enlisted with him in 1775, no relationship, 
howc ve r - s t a t ed . 

Yarcy Holeman, br ther of Mary (Holeman) Lowe, was 
living in Rockingham Co N C in 1852, at which time he was 
age 92./ 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JESSE REYNOLDS W 5683 PAGE 44 

DECLARATION was made in Bedford County Virginia 
1832 September 25, in said county, age 73. 

The data which follow were obtained fr i papers on filo 
in the pension claim W 5683 based upon the Revolutionary war 
sorvicc of said Jos so Reynolds. 

Ho enlisted in Bedford County, Va .1776, ser cd as 
private and sergeant in Capt Gross Scruggs' i isrson's 
companies in Col Morgan's Va regiment, w a.s in the battles 
of Trenton and Princeton, was wounded in the hand at the 
battle of Saratoga and served at least 2 years. He then 
served 2 tours in the Va militia, one of sixmenths and one of 
3 months. He died April 22 or 23 1836, in 3edford County Va. 

This soldier married April 2, 1770 cr 1779 in Bedford 
county Va, to MARY, but her maiden name was not given. 

Mary Reynolds was allowed pension on her application 
executed December 21, 185 , at which time she was ace 78 
and was a resident of Bedford County Va. 

The papers in this file claim, contain no further data 
relativu to the soldier's family. 



PAGE 45 

VIRGINIA AND NEW JERSEY SERVICE oP JOHN BRITTEN S 44662 

at Jersey, 
Declaration was made in/steuben County New York, 

by John Britten Liay 18, 1313, 

It ap ears from the papers in the Revolutionary war 
pension clair 3 44662, that John Britten was BOKK July 1758 . 

He enlisted, in New Jersey Karen 1770 and served until 
Januar/ 1730 as a private in Captain Kilpatrick's Company, 
Col No ills' s Virginia regiment. 

He enlisted June 1732 and served until Juno 4, 1783 , 
as a private in Capt Barton's company, Col Gumming s 1 New Jers* 
Re 2 1 me nt . 

In 1821 he referred to his wife Hannah, age 52 
and children, John, Richard, Katilda and Emily, one boy 13 
and the other sixteen, one girl 14 and the other age 12. 

It does not appear that the widow of this soldier ever 
a / lied for pension on account of his services. 



VIRGINIA SERVICa OP JOHN BRITT03 S 46496 ?a ^e 46--- 

3ount, land warrant 999 for 100 acres 

DECLARATION was made In Litchf iold , Lincoln County. alnc 
1832 ./.ay 26th by John Britton who states he served as priv .tc 
under Capt Brooks In the 4th rogi ent of Virginia line, 

John Britton made declaration in 1821 28 June stating he 
was born in HERTFORDSHIRE iH'j LAI'-fD but a resident within fc io 
united States for mere than 50 oars last passed and now f 
Augusta in bhe state of MAINJs, and states he enlisted Hay 1777 
in the Revolutionary war under Ca t Brooks and 31 Harrison of tin 
the Virginia line, and was transferred to ana served ir Jol 
Gibson's detachment in different regiment a in the ,a line until fl 
close of the war, and hon discharged at west i-'oint New for June 
1783 , that his dischar e was si hed by the commander in chief, 
and he has lost said discharge at SEA. T at ''he wintered at 
Valley Forgo, and was in tru battles of Monmouth, Stony ..oint ana 
at Brandywine , and has not lived in Virginia since the Re olution 
He made this In Kennebeck county Maine June 20 1321. 

He stated in a letter written 1332 from Augusta Maine 

that his disc 1 or o was signed by General Washington and is now 
lost. 



PAGE 47- 
VIRGINIA SEA SERVICE OP JOHN BRITTAIH CR BRITAIN OR BRITTO] 

R 15, VIRGINIA HALF PAY 

SA^ AGO. NO 337 Virginia State Navy, John Britain, File Y S 

Virginia Half Pay. 

There arc several letters in the file; One from Norfolk July 

7, 134-9 to lion fe A Meredith, Secretary of the Treasury of the 

united States; Sir; I am directed by ilrs Susan Dixon, daughter 

of John Brit ton, deceased who was a master in the Navy of the 

Virginia in the Revolution to imform the De :artment that ?.;r. 

Thomas B Dixon, tha 2 notified. Administrator of said Britton, 

has departed this life and that sh e makes the pov/er of att r ey, 

given by the former administrator of Lrs Britton' s estate 

to cease, as in a few days, a new administrator, will be 

qualified and consequently, she will appoint her own attorney, 

she being the only heir of said John B itton. 

signed Joseph P Battley, son-in-law 

of Susan Dixon. 

Mother letter In the file, from F P Mayo, to J L Edwards 

Esquire Commissioner of pensions; Sir: 

As the agent and atty cf Mrs Susan Dixon, aomr de bonis non 

of John Erittain deed, for erl a sailing master in the Va State 

Navy during the Revolution. I claim commutation end Interest t 

ther®n to b^ computed upon the principle settled in Barron's 

application, Spencer's case, and herewith file ay pow r of atty 

authorizing me to receive the same. T respectfully refer to 

the evidence heretofore filed In the register's office, Treas . 

Dept. m the application heretofore: made for Half Pay as 

conclusione evidence of the justice of this claim. States 

John Erittain served until close of war of the revolution 

Aril 22 1733. (very scant papers in this file). 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOSEPH BRITTCK S 3037 PAGE 48 

DECLARATION v-as made in Harrison county Virginia bj 
Joseph Britten august 21 1832 age 70. 

It a,,;cars from the papers In the Revolutionar; 
pension claim S 3087, that Joseph Britton enlisted in Winchester 
Virginia in tho fall of 1770 and scr cd in Oa. t John Chapman's 
company, Gal Joseph Crockett's /irginia regiment. In tho spring 
of 1781, marched to Pittsburgh and joined Col Oiba a' 3 regiment 

a."d w4s in General Clark's expedition to the FALLS OP THE 
OHIO, was out in several scouting parties and servod until 
December 1731. 

He enlisted in Frederick Cc Pa , end remained in if/inchest ' 
-Winchester until spring following when he marched with 
said company to the Albemarle County and joined the regie r. : : 
of Ool Joseph Crockett, a:d remained during the summer when he 

arched to Frederick town barracks, Maryland, and continued tc 
piard the prisoners until spring following. Fr m thence he 
marched to Shophcrdstown, From there to Pittsburg, whore he 
joined Col Bibson under Ge rx ral Clark and from there descended 
t .0 Ohio river to 'wheeling, thence tc the falls of tae Ohio, 
where he remained until 17£l. That he removed from Winchester 
tc Monongalia Co thence to Harrison, where he has resided until 
the resent tine with exception of five ears which he spent 
in t ; <j town of Chiliicothe Ohio. 



WAR OF 1812 ?a ? e 49 " - 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF EESSAxaIS CLAR A3SD LETTICE 
W 41034 and \: G 52479 bounty land warrant 52750 toy 40 acres 
in 1350 an! No 97002 for 120 acres in 1855. 

He served as Drum Major, under Capt Tunstall Shelton 
in the Virginia militia. Enlisted September 14, 1014 and was 
discharged December 28 1814. 

The widow resided in 1351 1831, 18332 and 1887 in Clinton County 
Ohio at Farr.iers- Station 1831 to 1832 and at New Vienna Station 
said county in 1307. Soldier had a first wife Polly Oilier, 
the name of his widow being Lettice HAMRICK. They married 
December 24 1841 in C.inton county Ohio, and soldier died 1847 
October 2, at Farmers Station, Ohio. The widow died Dec 1 1391 

Declaration made in Clinton Co Ohio 1832 fcarch 15, stating 

that Lettice Clark applied 1882 that she is the widow of 

Benjamin Clark deed, states she Is or was acquainted with Jo n B 

Clark, a brother of hor late husband Benjamin Clark. T'^at she 

is well acquainted with John Mathews and has known him for 35 

or 40 years; they both resided in 3-reen township, Clinton Co 

Ohio. That John B Clark is now deceased and John eathes is probat 

judge of said Clainton Co Ohio. 

Affidavit in Clinton Co Ohio by Wm Stcckwel 50 and 
John M McKibben age 35 of Farmans station, Clincon Co Ohio. 
State they have ceon acquainted with Lettice Clark for 5 years 
and know that Letitice Clark has not remarried since death of 
her husband Benjamin Clark. Also affidavit of ELIA3 PERRIN 
AGE 70 of Farmers Station has known her for 4C years and kn w 
she has remained his widow. 

In declaration of Lettice Clark 1851 she stated her 
husband \olunteerod mn Pittsylvania Co Va for 3 months. T at 
she was married to Benjamin Clark in Clinton Co Ohio Sept 1,1847. 
fier name before marriage was Lettice Hamrick. John Clark st r 
in 1351 that he was at "their weddint. Name of first wife of Benj . 
Clark was Polly Miller. 



M OP 1812 PAGE 50- — 

VIR-INIA SERVICE OP BENJAMIN CLARK AND ELI2A J. 

WO 28237 - He was a p ,ri in Capt John Qaarlos 
W P Gray's company of Virginia militia. 

DECLARATION of Eliza Clark age 87 applied in 
R CKINGHAK COUNTY VIRGINIA a resident of Harrisonburg in said 
county who states she is the widow of Lieutenant Benjamin Clark 
who ser.ed in the War of 1012 who ser ed in 16th regiment in 
Va militia under Lt Col Aylett Wal i.er and was discharged at 
Fredericksburg Va ; that ho serrved 26 days from July 22, to 
Aug 17 1814; that she was married under the Name of ELIZA J. 
McPHERSON to Benjamin Clark 1825 or 1328 in Fredericksburg Va; 
that her husband died at Fredericksburg Va on 25 April 1865 
and she still remains his widow. 

She appoints Gilmore end Co oi .Vashington,DC 
as her attorneys to prosecute her claim. 

CERTIFIED COPY OP MARRIAGE RECORD IS PILED BY CL^K OP 
CORPORATION OP FREDERICKSBURG VIRGINIA, showing Benjamin Clarke 
marriage license to marry Elizabeth McPherson of said corporatioi 
1324 July 9th. One Jno Robinson signed the bond with said 
Benjamin Clark. Two affidavits made in Fredericksburg Va 
2x£xx Wm K Gordon age 79 and Thomas F Knox a^e 72 stating 
that Benjamin Clark was for many years a resident of Fredericks- 
bug Va and was for six years, MAYOR OF THE SA.E; that they 
wore well acquainted with the widow Elizabeth J Clark. Knew 
them well they being near neighbors for at least 40 years. . 



WAR OP 1812 FAGS 51 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP CHRISTOPHER CLARK AND SARAH 

WO 8520 who served under Capt P weeden of the Virginia militia 

DECLARATION was made by Sarah Clarke age 76 in Spotsylvania 

County Virginia, April 3 1871 states she is the widow of 

Christopher Clarke w o served in Frederick C Weedena company 1014 

1314. that she has received county land warrant for 160 acres 

; that she married under the name of Sarah Winder to Christopher 

Clarke 25 December 1313 by Cyrus Do ett and her husband died 

in Matthews County 1B32 » 

Her post offi e address is Spotsylvania county 

" Co Va . 

2 affiants to her signature, as witness were Louisa Dawson 

and Thomas Dawson. 



PAGE 52 

WAR OF 1812 VIRGINIA SER ICE OF ELLISON CLaRIC AND ANN C 

WO 40471 

Served under Capt Graves in the Virginia Militia. 

DECLARATION was made in Fayette County Tennessee 1380 

October 14, by Ann G Clark a?;e 32 a resident of Somersville, 

Fayette County Tennessee who states she is the widow of Ellison 

Clark who served ninety days in the military service In war of 

1312 ; that he served under Capt Benjamin Graves and was enroled 

in Chesterfield County Virginia and was discharged at Norfolk. 

That he ser ed for about six months and w 03 In Norfolk Va at 

the close of the war. That she was married under the s name of 
ANNA Co CLARK to Ellison Clark December 8, 1310 by a minister 
in Chesterfield Co Va, that he died in Fayette Cor :t j Tennessee 
February 1354 . 

A letter in the files from John T Lattin, Post master 

At Somerville, Tenn states that his inf omation is that iirs . 
Ann C Clark died sometime during 1833 that she lived nearer 
Williston, post office in this county than she did to this post 
office, and her son L. B. Clark is still living near that place. 
A letter addressed to the Postmaster at Williston, Tenn may 
give the oxact date of her death. Signed John T Lattin, P. ho 



T; AG T ~' ^5 - 

WAR OP IS 12 x " 

VIRGINIA SERvIGE OF ELIAS CI/.RK MD RACHEL A. WO 17952 IK3 

9156 

B.unty land warrant 108484 for 160 acres in 1855 . 

Enlisted March 12 1813 and discharged iviarch 29 1815, enlisted 

June 27 1813 and discharged July 26 1313, 

Residence of widow 1859, .1878 Baraesville, Belmont county, Ohio 

maiden nans of wid-v/ Rachel A Childs, their marriage was December 

22, 1815 Frederic': County Virginia. Soldier died July 1856 or 

1857 in Belmont County Ohio. Ho died March 24 1335 in Baroesvilla 

Ohio. 

Declaration van made in Belmont County Ohio .v ril 9, 1369 

by Rachel A. Clar 1 : stating oho is the widow of ollas Clar^ 

deceased, a soldier under Capt Gra e s in the Va militia war of 

1312 t at he entered ser ice in Loudon Count Virginia 1813 

and t at she was married to Ellas Clar': in LOUD OS COu TY VA 

PE : RTJARY 1313 by George Reed a clergyman, that her caiden name 

was Rachel A Childs and he died in Belmont county Ohio July 

1356. 

T;e widow Poc^l a Clar"; also applied a<;e 34 in Belmont Co 

Ohio April 16 1378. Stating her maiden name was Rachel A. 

Childs. 



VIRGINIA SER'/ICE OP 
WAR OP 1312, FRANCIS CLARK AND SALLIE F,. CLARK V/O 45083 

Jj-J '-..". po n*P ^/* *. .. — 

and 17 35329 service as private in Capt Robert Bullington & 

Lieutenant John Adams c mpany of Virginia militia 

Enlisted Sept 1 1814 and discharged Dec 17 1314, bounty land 

31484 for 40 acres in 1850 and 50198 for 120 acres in 1855 

Residence of soldier 1851 and 1855 Sumner county Tennessee 

and the widow resided : 
and 1390/ in Simpson county, cost office; Franklin Kentucky 

haiden name of widow was Sarah or Sallie R Riddle. The; 

June 27 1656 in Sumner county Tennessee, and soldier died June 

1865 in Sumner counts Tennessee. 

BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS WERE NUiiBERS 31484 for 40 acres in 
1350 and 50193 for 120 acres in 1355. 

The widow Sail e R Clark nade declaration in Simpson 

county Kent y Juno 25, 1890 age 72 stating she is the widow 

of Francis Clark that she married Francis Clar in Sumner Co 

Tennessee 1839 by Thomas Bunton a J ? and her maiden name was 

Sallie Riddle and she still remains his widow. He died in 

Summer Co Ten:: June 1865j t at after his death she removed to 

his brother John Clark's In Simpson Co Ky end have lived in 

same neighborhood since . 

FRANCIS CLARK A: LIED IN SUlaNER CO T "Usi Jan 4 1851 stating 

he was drafted In Pittsylvania Co Va 9-1314 t e first day .nd 

was discharged at Ellicotts mills 1st Dec 1314. His original 
dischar e is filed signed by John Adams Lieut 4th Regt 2nd Bri 
Brigade of Va militia dated Ellicott's hills 1st Doc; 1814 

Also declaration made by Francis Clark in Sumner Oo Ten.: 
Aoril 17 1355. The widow Sallie R Clar: made declaration 
in Simpson Co Ky 11 July 1390 age 72. The Auditor's report 
in 1390 shows that name of Francis Slarke is bom as a privt to 
on rolls cf Capt Robert Bullington' s co, under Lb John Adams of 
Col Win C Groenhill's 4th regiment of Va militia from Se t 1, 
t :joc 17 1814, and his name ap 'ears checked as having been 
previously reported to Treasury Deet, This company was from 
Pittsylvania Co Va and was discharged at Camp El -i cot 1 3 mills. 



VIRGINIA SER..ICE OF G^oPCE G .....•,:. kZD Ann Clark _ Pa ,~ e E5-__ 

170 6176 I7C 2351 bounty lard warrant 32706 for 40 acres in 1350 
and 50120 for 120 acres in 1355. 

He enlisted June 22 1813 and was discharged July 13 IT 15 
and enlisted again Aug 15 1314, and discharged Oct 24 1314 

He v/as ensign in Japt 'Vest's company of Virgin:.:, militia. 
His residence 1352-1355 was Norfolk, 7a and res donee of widow 
1371 was Norfolk Va. Her maiden name was Ann Murphy. 
The 3 married June 27 1307 in Norfol Va, and soldier died there 
April 24 1364. 

The widow Ann Clark made dec La ration in city of Norfolk 
Va 1872 in March who ap lied under Acts of Po 14 1371 

A NOTARY PUBLIC IK NORFOLK VA SENT T r : MARRIAGE 
RECORD SHOWING T-AT GEORGE CLARK SON OP JAMES A. ) SARA CLARK 
A!© ANN MURPHEY DAUGHTER OF JOHN AND IAT fARINE VKJKE "STI wore 
married June 21., or 27? 1307. 

When she applied for pension 3.871 Au 7 she was age 35, stating 
she is the widow of George Clark deed, t sat he enlisted in Ca t 
John west's Go 3th regiment, Va volunteers under Col B Laguier? 
George Clark was age 68 in 1852 when ho ap lied in Norfolk 
and age 71 when he applied 1855; states he was an ENSIGN under 
Capt John West in the 8 or 9th regiment of Col -..an ing. One 
Janes P. Christian and l.L B feed were witness to his declaration 
1855. 



0? 1312 PAGE 56— 

/] . INIA SERVICE 0? GEORGE W. CLARK SO 2,599 SO 1429 
Bounty land warrants 33526 for 40 acres in 185C and 19,153 
f r 120 acres in 1855. 

He served, as private in O a pt Philip Pryor's company of Virginia 
militia. Enlisted Aug 28 1814 and was discharged Lee 1,. 1314 
Residence of soldier 1351 -1855 and 1871 and 1887 in Scott Oo 
Illinois at Winchester. Maiden name of wife was Jane R She It on 
They married Oct 10 1819 in Brunswick county Virginia. 
S ldier died about 1392. 

Soldier alleged he served as substitute for -lien Finn- 

The data following wore obtained fr ui the papers on file in 

pension claim S 1429, based upon the service of George v 

Clar 1 : In t i War of 1312, 

George ., Glar:: enlisted in Petersburg, Virginia, served as 
a private in oapt Philip Pryor's company of Light Horse Cavalry 
Va Militia from August 28 1314 to Daccmber 1, 1814. 

He was living 1851 and 1855 in Scott County Illinois. 
He was allowed pension on his application executed liarch 14, 
1871 then aged 74 and a resident of Winchester, Scotb Zo Illino 
He was still residing there 1887, in July 1392 he was a resident 
of Beatrice, Nebraska and he died about October 1392, 

George tV Clark married October 1C 1319 In Brunswic 1 C 
Virginia Jane R Sholton, There arc no further data in regard 
to her. A son, name not stated, was referred to In 1392. 
''An ex soldier of late war. There is no furt er reference to 
ch I Id r en . 



WAR OF 1312 

VIRGINIA 3ER ICE OP HENRY CLARA" I ' AGE 57 

or Henry J Clark ana Mary J Clark fount ^ land warr 
warrants Noa 43116 for 30 acres in 1850 and 26295 for teres 
In 1355. 

SO 15579 and S C 15753 and vyO 15395 ( ; 14351 
Enli: tea July 5, 1813 and discharged August 15, I 15 

Enlisted also Aug 6, 1814 and discharged Dec 17 1314 
Residence of soldier 1851 1852, 1855 in Woodford County Illinois 

and 1371 Eureka, Woodford 0c> Illinois, 

Residence of widow 1373 Eureka Illinois, the maiden name of wide 

was Mary J Bell. His first wife was Mary f.iansf ield. 

Marriage of soldier and widow July 22 I860 x Dan vers, McLean c 

count; Illinois j and his death March 21 1874 Eureka Illinois, 

and death of widow May 2 1914 at Pat oka, Illinois 

Soldier Henry J CI. ark was BORN October 13, 1794. Near 
Madison court house, Virginia. He volunteered at Orange court 
house, Va and s erved from July 5 1313 to Aug 16, 1313, as 3rd 
corporal in Capt Win Smith's company of Va militia -he entered 
service again Aug 6, 1.14 , sop ed as cornet in Ca b i . Smith's 
company of Cavalry, Va militia until D-ciO 17 1814, and w as in 
an engagement at Kirby's mill, Maryland. In 1851 ho was living 
in Woodford Co Illinois. He was allowed pensi-n on his 
application executed Apr 15 1871, while residing at Eureka, 
Wo dford Co Illinois. He died at Bur oak March 28 1374. 

The soldier married Mary Mansfield who died Nov 8 1357 in 

Wo dford Co Illinois, t icre are no further particulars in re and 

to her; he married July 22 1360, at Danvers McLean Co Illinois 

to Mary J Bell. Mary J Clar' 1 : the widow was al owed pension 
4-10-1373 age 49 resident of Eureka 111. 

In 1336 she had moved to Indiana and was residing at 45 Pro; 
Prospect St Indianapolis, Indiana. She returned to Illinois 
and died at Patoka, that state May 2 1914. No reference to any 
children of soldier by either of his marriages. In 1837 address 
of one Alonzo B Clar 1 ' was 22 N Pennsylvania St , Indianapolis, 
Indiana. No relationship to the family was stated. 



WAR OF 1812 VIRGINIA SERVICE OP HATCHER CLARK Ai© ELIZABETH 
SO 22506 SC 14568 and WO 20967 and WC 17735 _„_ Paffe 53-- 

Bounty land warrants 44702 for SO acres in 1850 ar I 

41979 for 30 acres in 1355 

He served as private in Capt ..loses Overton's co ipany of 

» iv inia militia and Capt Gibbs company of Virginia militia. 

Enlisted Fee 23 1814 and discharged March 24 1314 and 

i-arch 25 1814 enlisted again and discharged June 9 1814 and 

again enlisted October 3 1814 and discharged Doc 1 1314 

His residence 1851 and 1356 was Lunenburg county vbr inia 

Lunenburg Co 1371 PC Pleasant Grcve, 7a. His widow was resident 

1873 of Pleasant Grove, Va . Soldier's first wife was Fhebe P. 

Kewby and his present widow was jilizabeth Furgusson. 

married 1325 in Chesterfield County Va . Sold lor died Sent 12, 

1375 tn Lunenburg County Va. He served as substitute for 

Le mu e 1 Br u ee i n C a pt ve r t c n ! s con p a n y o f V i r g i n i a 51 1 1 1 i a . 

Declaration made in Lunenburg Co Va 1871 June 26 by 

Hatcher Clark age 77; thac 3c married Elizabeth Purgsrson in 
her 
/ father's house , LiOSES FURGERSON 17 April 1825. States 

he volunteered as a private at Amelia Court House Va last of 

Feb 1314 and. was discharged at Camp Peach Orchard 6-9-1814 ; 

-also ser od one other tour in Capt Alexander Gibb's company 

fr. m MANCHESTER, attached to regiment at Bottoms Bridge under 

Col Brown from Aug 50 1314 until Dec 1, 1314 and was discharged 

at Richmond 2 Dec 1314. The widow Elizabeth Clark made 
declaration 4-23 1373. age 32. Hatcher Clark also made 
declaration in Lunenbur Co Va Liar 12 1351 3 alsc 1358. in 
sane county of Lunenburg Va. 



WAR OP 1312 P S 5 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP HENRY CLARK AND MARY CIARK 
WO 58874 WC 29915 Bounty land warrants 15615 for 40 acres in 
1850 cancelled and 36881 for 80 acres in 1350. 

He was a private in Captain Samuel B Jeter's company of 

Virginia militia. Enlisted August 29, 1814 and was discharged 

February 19, 1315. 

In 1850 soldier resided in Union county Ohio, and 13 the 

wid^w resided in Berdan, Greene County Illinois. Soldier hac ( a 

first wife Mary Clark. 

The maiden name of his present widow was Mary who first 

was married to _ JACKSON T<e marriage 

of soldier and widow March 21 1853 in Greene County, Carrollton. 

Illinois. Soldier died at White Hall Greene Co Illinois May 13, 

1354. The widow died about 1800 

HENRY CLARK filed declaration in Morrow County Ohio or 
Union County Ohio (t a Morrow is crossed cut) 1350 for bounty 
land he was age 59 on that date states he was drafted in 
AiUHERST CO VA 19 Aug 1314 for six months and dischar. ed at 
Richmond Va Feb 19 1815. His original discharge is filed date 1 
Camp Carter eb 19 1815 that Henry Clark fr m 90th Regiment 
Amherst Co haveing served 6 months is hon .discharged sigend 
3enj Rucker, Lieut, 7th Va 4th Brigade, Samuel 3 Jeter, Capt . 
AFFIDAVIT IN GREENE CO ILLINOIS by Charles T .ngley or 
Quigley age 53 and resided in White Hall, Greone Co 111 who was 
wel] acquainted with Joseph Jackson the former husband of Mary 
Clark, the claimant ; that Joseph Jackson died near White Hail, 
Co of Greene Illinois about 24, Dec 1846. Also Affidavit of 
S. S. Clark a e 42 resident fif White Hall, Greene Co Illinois; 
states he is the custodian of family records of Henry Clark, deed 
which contains following in regard to his father Henry Clark 
and also his mother Mar-. Clark, the first wife of Henry Clark, 
Mary Clark died in Ohio 2 Dec 1844 and his father Henry Clark 
died about 13 May 1854. Signed S T Clark Jan 22 1830. 

The widow Mary Clark was resident of -ordan, Greene Co 
Illinois 1830 Jan 19 age 69 widow of Henry 3 lark deed 

states she was married to Henry Clark, at Carrollton, Greene 
Co Illinois by Tice Lin'-, Judge of Probate on 21st March 1353. 



OF 1312 Pa S e S0 

Purser II S Navy Yard Goscery VIRGINIA SSR ICG OP 

JA11ES CiAR: AND WIDOW MARGAR T No 235 NAVY [DOW 

TO THE COOvIISSIONER CF PENSIONS: 

Tee mem rial of the undersigned, the widow of the late 
James H. Clark who was a " / purser in the Navy of the 
Unite;; States; respectfully 3' ows; 

That her husband the aforesaid Janes E Clark entered 

scr: ice cf the U 2 1813, end while in ser ice and holding the 

rank above mentioned, he departed this life at Brooklyn, 19th 

September 1344 that she was married to J- ies H Clark 6th 

June 1315, and In proof thereof she refers eo the papers 

on file in the pension office, upon which she obtained a pension 

for five years. She claims the benefits of bhe ..ct cf Con ress 

Aug 11 1845 granting pensions to the widow of off! core, 

seamen, and marines, who have diodin ser ice aforesaid end she 

requests that her name may be inscribed on the roll of pensioners 

-ers under the lav; who are paid at the city f New r crk N Y. sign 

signed Ivi T Clar 1 : 1850 Jen 5. 

A letter in the files addressed from 136 Washington 

Street, Jan 4 1351 to Jas E Heath, Esquire in .'.'ashingt n,D.C. 

Dear Sirs I was led to believe while at the Navy .. c ent Office 

yesterday that my mother, Mrs fci T Clark widow of late Purser 

Clark who died h while on duty ee the N rfolk Na y Yard, was 

receiving a less amount of pension money t an see is justly 
entitled to. r'urser Clark v/as receiving pay under new law, 
re ulating the pay of the corps - is not his widow entitled to 
v 25 per month? i;Ir Storer thinks she is, if so she is entitled to 
to ,300 back pay. Will you do me the favor to answer my 
inquiries at your earliest leisure and oblige, 

James H Clark. 
Margaret T Clerk made declaration 1345 July 1. Stating 
she married James H Clark 1315 June 6, her maiden name being 
Margaret T Wade of Elizabeth Town, and he was then xn toe navy 
married June G 1315. She was of Elizabeth Town Mew Jersey. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JA.....ES CLARK R 1979 PAGE 61- 



DECLARATION was made in Darko county Chic by Horatio N. 

ho and 
Clark Lias 31, 1856, a:0 36* states that/Rebecca 

are the only surviving children and heirs of Janes Clark and 

Nancy his wife who was a Fife Lajor in the Revolutionary war,- 

That ho entered service in AkHERST COUNTY VIRGINIA and 

continued service until the end of the; war, that his father 

Ja.es Clark and his mother Nancy Clark were married in Virginia 

September 1809 and that her name before rarriagc was 

Nancy Clark, according the family records remaining in the 

family; that his father James Clark died Fe 1332 in SHELBY 

COUNTY OHIO; that his mother Nancy Clerk died 1335 . 

AFFIDAVIT OF CHARLES MASON In Darke Count; Ohio age 51 

in 1855 status he was acquainted with James Or Senior late 

of Shelby Co Ohio, deceased and that he was known in his 

neighborhood to have served in the Re volutionary war . That 

he first became acquainted with him in the year 1822 and was 

at his burial; that he left a widow surviving and the following 

children; McCager, William, Albert, Rebecca, hany'k Virginia 

and Horatio N Clark, all of whom are now deceased except 

Horatio II and Rebecca . 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF J&.JSS CLARK S 35641 ?age 62—- 

DECLARATION rede in Jessamine County Kentuc y 1819 February 
25 by Ja.es Clark age 60 who served in the Revolutionary war, 
states he enlisted in ORAM E COUNTY VIRGINIA under Capt Thomas 
Porter, their Lt afterwards was transferred to Oapt Garland 
Burly c mpany. Shortly after Burgovnes defeat Capt . "Y continued 
to ser o in said Corpos until the seige of York , when ho was 
discharge:! from service in ALBEMARLE COUNTY VA and went from 

Albemarle to the siege of York, was in no battle during that 
time, . DECLARATION was also made 23 August 1320 in CASE.'" 
COUNTY KENTUC Y age about 61 or 62 and stated he enlisted m 

Orange Co Va under Capt B ? commanded by Col B'ra cis Taylor 

in the Va Line on Continental establishment. 

He filed a list of his property. Also stated 

ti e name of his wife was Eleanor Clark age nearly 61 j that ho 
is the father of five children, all married and settled and all 
poor. signed before Win L Nelly Judge in said county 1320. 

DECLARATION was made in MERGER COUNTY KENTUCKY 1321 
by James Clark and filed a schedule of his property. 1821 

age 62. States he enlisted under Capt Burleigh in regiment of 
Prances Taylor Colonel In the Va line on continental establish- 
ment - and his certificate No was 12979 dated 21 July 1819. 
He filed a list of his property at that time , hut showed no land 
stated his wife was named Eleanor Clark age nearly 60. He was 
father of five children, all married and settled and now 
living to themselves, none of them living with him, upon 
which he could depend. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE oF JAKES CLARK OR CLARKE S 13351 PAP-E 63 — 

DECLARATION was sdc by James Clark November 12, 1832 
at which time he was living in Chesterfield County Virginia. 

It ap oars from tho papers in the Revolutionary war pension 
file No S 13351 that Janes Clark of Chesterfield co Va was 
BOM ,1750 in Chesterfield Co Va. 

While residing in said Chesterfield Co Va enlisted and 
served as a private in the Va Troops as follows: 

In 17 79 or 1780 two months in Capt Benjamin Branch's 

companyj in 1731, 3 months in ^apt George Harkham's company, 

Gel Francis Goode's Regiment! shortly after this he was in a 

skirmish at Hoods (Ho ds) Fort in °apt John Hill's company, 

length of service not stated; again in 1781, 2 months in Capt 

James Scott's company, Col Robert Goode's regiment and was in a 

battle at Sudbury. 

The soldier died Feb 9, 1840, leaving children, their 
(is) 
names are not stated, nor is the name of his wife given. 

In order to obtain name of person to whom last payment 

of pension of the above named soldier was paid, you should apply 

to the Pension Section, Civil Division, General Accounting Office 

1800 E Street North iv'est, Washington, D citing all of the 

following data : "JAiiES CLARK CERTIFICATE NO 16908 issued 

Oct 12 1333, rate ijp23 .33 per annum, commenced March 4 5 1831, 

Act of June 7 1832, Virginia Agency, (and his death date February 

9, 1840. 



PAGE 64 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOEN CLARK OR CLARICE AND CATHARINE #R1965 

DECLARATION was made in Gilmer Count i Georgia by Cab ar no 

Clark Jan 3, 1855 age 80 statin John Clark died in 

Henderson County North Carolina October 31, 1845. I at she was 

marred to John Clark in WILKES COUNTY GEORGIA iuAROH 15, 1797. 

That her name before marriage was Catharine Ransomj that there 

are eight children of said John Clark, still living when this 

declaration was made, whose na m us are as follows: 

LUCY; JOEN: SARiiH. GEORGEs WILLIAii: IIARTHA: A! ' , REBECCA AND 

TLOiiAS J CLARK. At which date she appointed a power of Atty 

to prosecute her pension claim, named ir»rn R Cuery of Union Co 

. . rgia. 

Various affidavits made; The following by Rebecca King 

In Henderson County North Carolina 12 Aug 1354 age 65 stat s 

she saw John Clarke married to it Catharine Ramsom. s he is 

the same John Clark who moved from Wilkes Co Georgia in which 

counV he was married to the county fif Buncombe Co now Henderson 

Cc North Carolina, about 1799; that she resided in the place 

wr.cn he first settled until his family was raised up and died 

within 2 miles of the old place and was buried en the same. 

that John ^lark married Catharine Ransom March 9th 1798 in Wilkes 

Co Ga at the house of said John Clark by one Coltcn a J P; that 
after death of her hush and she moved in compa ly with her son 
in law Co -nrod Low to the state of Georgia. 

Several affidavits, are made, one by J les Ilumblln 
in Henderson Cc 9 C 1854. One bj Reuben Hollcway age 94 in 
Gilmer Co Ga in 1S55 and states thst he went into military 
service in the Revolutionary war as a waiting boy cook when he 
was age 13, and then a resident of SPARTENBURG DISTRICT SOUTH 
CAROLINA and was well acquainted with John Clark deceased, who 
was a Sergeant in the said war and the deponent was a conk 
in same mess with said John Clark and was at the Battle of 
the Cowpens and deponent was in company with said dark 
at other places • 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN CLARK AND CATHARINE R 1955 

^ GE2 ' ***?A"E 65— 

That deponent first became acquaint 3d w th John Clark in the 

edge the state 3f Virginia before he was in J :ht. army, and 
that he has known John 'J lark since . the close of t ie war. 
Up to the tine of his death, and knoxvs he was the husband of 
Catharine Clark who is an ao licant for pension s a resid nt 
of Gilmer Co Ga 

AFFIDAVIT MADE IN GILMER COUNTY GEORGIA 15 December 
1853. by James Ewin? and Ebenezer Fain residents of said 
county and state, w o states they were well acquainted with 
John Clark deceased and Catharine his wife since the year 
1800 up to date of death of John Clark; that ho is still- 
acquainted with Catharine Clark 

ALSO AFFIDAVIT OF JOSEPH MILLER in Gilmer County 
Georgia 1855 stating he knew John <lar': was married to 
Catharine Ransom March 9 1798 and that she is claiming pension 
on account of his Revolutionary war service. 



PAGE 66- — 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN CLARK OR CLARKE AND dARY CLARK OR CLARICE 

# R2003 (Bom in , enrsylvania ) 

DECLARATION made in GREENE COUNTY ILLINOIS 1353 January 

22 by John Clark a resident of Carrollton Election preo net 

of Greens Co Iil 12th Aus -st next age 68, who ap lied under the 

Act of June 7 1332 . 

H< entered the service as a volunteer about 1778 or 1779 

that from 1782 lie was frequently out in public service as a 
volunteer tc repel and guard against the incursion of the 
WYMDOTTS AND SHAWNEES INDIANS who frequently Invaded that 
part of the country in which he lived, which was then csl cd 
Ohio country on the northwestern part of Pennsylvania, now 

Virginia, ten Miles west of the town of Washington in Pennsylva- 
ania. That he was too youn to be enrolled in any company 
of militia, but when he went into actual service as a volunteer- 
he mostly went with Capt Timothy Downey's company f Col William 
-son regiment, - He was under command of Capt Samuel Teeter 
of the Riflemen; -he helped to defend militar port - by 
militia called Dodridges fort in Ohio country during 1779 and 

1730o Was there for several months . He outlines much service. 
ABSOLOM CLARK 

made another declaration in 1855 January 13. 

in Greene County Illinois. A resident of said Greene '^ n 111 stt, 

statss he is the child, a son of Jo n Clark whose name under 

Act of Congress granting to certain Revolutinary soldiers this w 

widow or orphans pensions and etc, has been placed on the pension 

rolls as a resident of Greene Co Illinois. 

John Clark left surviving him widow and children; 
to wit, Mary (Polly) Clark widow, and ^bsalom Clark, Nancy Askin 
Askins, formerly Nancy Clark, Rebecca Wallingsford formerly Rebe 
Rebecca Clark and «.yranda or Miranda Bryan, formerly 
Miranda Clark, That John Clark died Sept 13, 1344. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN CLARIC S 39326 Pa S e 67— 

DECLARATION was inado in BLOUNT COUNTY IJNKESSEE by 
John Clark Pension No S 39326, age 75. 

The data which follow wore obtained from papers on file 
in the pension claim S 39326 based upon the military service of 
John Clarlh. 

Ho enlisted at CHARLOTTESVILLE, ALBEMARLE COUNTY VIRGINIA 
in the winter of 1777 and served 3 years as private In ; ^apt 
John Marks' company in Colonel Charles Lewis' , Davies' and 
Samuel Cabell's Virginia regiments. He was In the battles of 
BRA©YWINE, GERi ANT OWN , MONMOUTH AND STONEY POINT. 

In 1321 he stated that ho was over 80 years of age. 
and His wife, Letitia Clark was about age 65, - there are no 
further data on file in this claim relative to the soldier's 
family. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN CLARK OR CLARKE AND Ivh'iRY CLARK OR 

CLARKE R 2003 

Page 2 continued : **»* Pago 68- 

DECLARATION CONTINUED OF ABSLOM CLaRK stating John 

Clark was born August 12 1765, i^ary Clarke was born Juno 9 

1763 father d:,od Septe bor 13, 1844, Mary Claris died April 2 

1846 , (1346; . 

John Clark was in battle with Indians at time Dol Crawford 

was captured . 

He was born in Lancaster County Pennsylvania Aug; 12 1755 . 

Soldier married, idary who was born June 9 1763, 

He died in Greene Co Illinois Scot 13 1841, and she died Apr! 

2, 1346 in Scott County Illinois, leaving toe following 

children, «bsalom, Nancy Atkins, Rebecca itfallingsf ord and 

Iviiranda Bryan . 



--Page 69— 
r IRGINIA SERVICE OF JONATHAN CLARK BO TY LAND WARRANT NO 

447 for 450 acres for 

Lieutenant Colonel which was issued December 11, 1797 

(No papers) 



There is just merely a large card in his file, 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOSEPH OLi.RT S 8208 --Page 70 

It appears from the following papers In pension claim Mo. 

S3208 based on his revolutionary v/ar service that Joseph 
Clark was BORN April 12, 1752, place not st&tcd, nor were the 
na :us of his parents .iven. 

Joseph Clar 1 : was twice married, na. 10 of his first wife is 
not shown. Ho married about 1012 to Catharine, whose maiden 
name was not stated Joseph Clark died Pe 5 or 6 1839. At 
his residence in Orange County Virginia.. His widow Catharine 
Clark, survived him a few years, definite date of her death 
not shown, she had no children. 

The following nar.i^s of the children of Jose h Clark and 
his first wife are shown in the claim: 

Lark in Clark., who at one time lived in Morgan County Goer iaj 
Martha E. Clark who married Reuben Clark of Madison county 
Virginiaj James Clar- who at one time lived in Elbert Cc>, Ga = 
Mary Clark who married Colonel (his first nee not stated) 
HERD or HORD? of korgan Count;- Georgia. 

Ann P Clark who married Adjutant General John C Easter of or 
Eaton of Elbert County Georgia. 

Elizabeth Clark who married Clone! Thomas White of Jones Co Ga . 
Sally T Clark who married lewis Shirler of Louise Co, Va . 
Tabitha Clark who married Cuthbert Reese cf Jones Co, Georgia. 
Eunice H Clark, who married Solomon H. TIcIntire of Madison 
County Virginia. William D. Clar:: of Orange County Va . 
Bathsheba S. Clark- of Orange County Virginia. 

William D Clar'::, Fe 20 1851, applied for pension on 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOSEPH CLARK S 8203 p a^e 71- 
PAGE 2 continued ; 

account of the Revolutionary war service of his father, 

Joseph Clark, who served from Orange County Virginia. Pension 

was allowed for 2 years' service as private of artillery in 

t xe Virginia troops » 

The pension was paid the following children In 1351; 

William D. Clark, Martha E Clark, Ann 3 Eaton or 
Easter Elizabeth White, Sally T Shirler, Tabitha Reo3e, 
Bat h she b a 3 Clark. 

Robert or £ Robin Clark, brother of the soldier, Joseph 
31 ark, was age 90 in 1350, and a resident of Orange County 
Virginia . 

The papers on file in this claim contain no further 
discernible data in regard to family. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE CP LEWIS CLAKI OR CAKE? S 3, .524 PAGE 72— 

DECLARATION was made In GLOUCESTER COIJ TY VIRGINIA JULY 4, 
1818 by Lewis Cake? age 64 states he served in tin Revolution 

that he he said Lewis Cake? was on the 16th Febr &rv 1777 

c e county and state aforesaid drafted for 12 months into 

service and was marched under Col Smith to Valley Forge, where 

he joined the II S ar...y, was enrolled into the company of Henry 

Young and part of the 12th Virginia regiment 3 on Continental 

Establishment , under Col Heath; and continued to serve in the 

said corps or in the service of the Unite. States until Feb 

1778 at Bonn Brooke New Jersey, where ho was dischar edj 
innoculated for the small pox when the battle 
that he was / 

of ilonmouth was fought and was in no field engagement , that he 

is in reduced circumstances and stands in need of the assistance 

of his country for support. 

A file folder in this file shows his name to be Lewis 

Clark, in the Va regiment under Col Heath of the va lino for 

one year, inscribed on the roll of Va at rate of ;B par to 

4th July 1318. 

Certificate of pension issued 4th Au sent to Burwell Bassett 
Williamsburg Va. Arreards to 4th ilarch 1319 v 64.25 semi- 
annual allowance ending 4th 3o ;>t 1319 ,48. total Pl'.2.2o 

Another file folder in this file shows 
NO 39324 Rej Invalid file Lewis Clark, rrivate Revolutionary 
war under .-.ct 13 Larch 13 ? index Vol 3 page 89/' 

(There was no explanation regarding the nar.:o of Cake, as to 

how it canio about or why this narie was used cr anything regard 

it). 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP GEORGE CLOWER S 39323 PA0E 73 

DECLARATION was filed in Shenandoah County Virginia 
Lay 25, 1813 age 63, George olower enlisted in Virginia, 
definite place not given, on February 4, 1776, ser ed as private 
in Oapt Jonathan Clark's company, Lionels Buhlenber' 's and 
Abraham Bov/man's 8th Virginia regiment] was in the battle of 
Brand ywine and on the baggage guard at Germantown, and v/as 

discharged at Valley F rge 1773, having served Zwj years. 

n 

In 1820 George Clower, referred to his family residing with 
him as follow; hi 3 wife, name not given, age 57, his son Benjamin 
a^e 13 j sons were 

GEORGE MD JOSEPH A E "UPWARDS OF 21" and to 
HEKRY age nearly 21. 

The soldier Geor e Glower died Lay 15, 1822. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF HENRY CLOWER OR CLOYER S 55338 - Page 74— 
DECLARATION was made January 12 1819, at wh ch time he red- 
ded in Jefferson County Indiana. He s ..atcd then that he was age 
75, but did not give the date and place of hi 3 birth, nor the 
naraes of his pa rents ■> In 1820 he stated that he was age 30 
and referred to his wife, hut did not give her name. No referon 
-ce was made to children. 

henry doyer or Olower (his name shown as Oloyes) 
enlisted sometime 1776, at the Warm Springs, Virginia, served as 
private in Capt Andrew Einos' conoan/, and in Clonal Rawlin-is' 
regiment and was discharged in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, hav 
-ing screed ten months . 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension, name 
cf person paid, and possibly date of death of this ^ensi _-ner, 
you should address the Comptroller General, General Accounting 
Office „ Records Division, Washington D and cite the e follow!] 
Henry Cloyer or Olower, Certificate 7179, Issued Marfih 5, 1319 
rate $8 per menth comi^nced Jan 12, 1819 
Act of inarch 13 1813 Indiana Agency. 



VIRGINIA, 75— 

NORTH CAROLINA --Page 

AND 

SOUTH CAROLINA SERVICE CP JOHN COLLINS AND 

PHEBE W 6735 

DECLARATION was made in HALL COUNTY GEORGIA SE r '., 3ER 5, 
1832 who applied under the Act of June 7 1832. He died In Cobb 
County Georgia. 

It appears from the papers in the pension claim 1 5735 that 
John Collins was BORN in FREDERICK COUNTY . ; ARYLAND 

Doc 9, 1760, and while a resident if Camden District South 
Carolina served as follows; 

Prom may 10 to October 26, 1776, as private in Capt Robert 
^cAfee's company, Col N9al's South Carolina regiment and was in 
an engagement with Cherokees on the Tennessee river. 

Prom the last of Oct 1773 for 3 months and 15 days as private 
In Capt Robert McAfee's company, Col Neal's regiment. 

He then enlisted immediately and ser cd until March 15 or 

17, 1779 as private in Capt Thomas Barron's compa y, Major 

Francis Ross' Battallion of South Carolina Horsemen and v/as at 

the battle of Briar Cree 1 : . 

For 3 months 1779 as private in Capt Benjamin 5o Hardin's 

company, Col Charles McDowell's II C regiment. From Sept 1779 

for 3 months and 15 days as Orderly Sergeant In Capt James Neal's 

Co, Col Hampton's N C regiment. 

He enlisted Immediately after, served as pri ate and sergeant 

Major in Capt John G Lowman's com.: any, Col Archibald Lytle's 

regiment of N 0, was captured at Charleston when it surrendered 

May 12, 1730, paroled and went to LINCOLN COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA, 

where he wa3 ar,ain captured and sentenced to be hung but escaped. 



VIRGINIA; M C AND SOUTH CAROLINA SERVICE OF JOHN COLLINS AND 

Page 2 continued : PKECE W 6735 „ 

Pap;e 

76 

After this, he was out scouting with refugees and was engaged in 

the battle of KING'S MOUNTAIN. 

He enlisted in HENRY CO VA APRIL 12, 1781, am served until 

October 24 1781, as Adjutant with the rank of Lieut, in the 

regiment commanded, successively by Colo Penn, Calaway, Jones and 

Skipper and was the in battle of Jamestown and Sie e of York. 

Prom Larch to Oct .1732 he was captain of a South Carolina Co. 
under Colonels Winn, Lion, and Bratton, but was not in active 
duty. He was allowed pension 1332 in Hall 0. Ga. 

He was married in BURKE CO GEORGIA NOV 30 1726 to PHEBE 
SAILORS and she was allowed pension on her application executed 
Jan 31, 1853 while living in COBB COUNTY GEORGIA, a^e 82. 

Daniel C. and John Collins Junior are referred to in the 
claim, but theri relationship to the soldier are not stated. 



ARMAND'S CORP (ENLISTED IN b 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN CONNER OR CONNOR S 35858 

Bounty land warrant 1C77 fur 100 acres. 

DECLARATION was made in 1313 October 51st by John Connor 
cr Connor in CHRISTIAN COUNTY KENTUCKY age 65. 

The data concerning John Conner or Connor which follow were 
obtained from papers on file in claim for pension S 35858, based 
upon his service in the Revolutionary war. 

He enlisted in Virginia, place not designated in the fall 
of 1773, or early in January 1779, served as aprivate in Capt 
Sharp's company, Colonel Armand's Legion, one continued in the 
.service until November 1733. 

In 1820 John Connor or Conner referred to his married 
daughter Abigail Withers, wife of Thomas C Withers, she was then 
age about 31, and to his married son, Benjamin Connor age 24. 

In 1832 the above named Thomas C Withers and wife Abigail 
were living in Christian County Ky, they referred to the soldier 
as then deceased, but did not give date of his death. 

His Certificate was No 4759, issued December 4,1818, rate 
^3 per month, commenced Oct 31, 1813, Act of March 13,1813 
Kentucky Agency. 



PAGE —78 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OF BENJAMIN COOK i.ND JEMIMA W 8630 

DECLARATION was made in Middlesex count New Jersey 1352 
July 31st by Benjamin Cool: a resident of city of New Bruns- 
wick and county aforesaid, ape lied under the Act of June 7,1332 
and states HE Was BORN IN (name of county illegi le , but it 
looks something like K PR0C0TI0N?)VA JUNE 1760, 
Is now age 73; that he enlisted at York town Va summer or 
autumn 1773 for 3 years in the 2nd state artillery of Va regt . 
under Capt John Marshall , who he believes to be the present 
Chief Justice of the Unite States. His colonel was Thomas 
mar shall- The Lieutenant was also named Marshall. 

He was taken sick and put on board of a transport which 
then lay at at Cedar Point, James River where he was retained 
for 30 days , was then discharged and returned immediately to 
Yorktown and was present at the capture of C n rnwaliis - 
previous to his enlistment he resided in Virginia, and since 
then city of New Brunswick county of Middlesex hew Jersey. 

Having settled there in 1782. 

ANOTHER DECLARATION was mode in Middlesex Co New Jersey 

1848 by JEMIMA COOK a resident of New Brunswick N J age 80. 
states she is widow of Benjamin Cook, ; that she was married to 
B njamin Cook her late husband October 16, 1799 by Rev -Joseph 
ciark, then pastor of the Presbyterian church at Newhrunswiek 
the place cf hen present residence. . She has no certificate oi 
of her marriage but attaches the family record taken from the 
family bible which was written by Benjamin Cook her late 
husband. She also proves her marriage by Phebo Priestly 
the daughter of her said husband by a former wife, who was 
present at the wedding; That Benjamin Cook died July 7, 1838 . 
The records are Benjamin cook was born Jan 1760. Jemima 
C (Illegible name) born Nov 11 1763 married 10-16, 

179 7. Benjamin G Cook born 9-13-1800, Samuel C Cook 9-14- 
1800. Thomas Hill Cook was born Sept 3, 1302. 



VIRGINIA SERVIu^ OP JOHN DUNN R 3144 ^Ar-E 

79— 
The data which follow were obtained from papers on file in 

the pension claim R3144, based upon the militar., service of John 

Dunn. He was BORN August 21, 1753 in Albemarle County ■/ rginia 

the names of his parents were not give: 

He applied for pension February 1, 1334, while a resident 
of MONROE County Va and alleged the following service; that while 
living in Albemarle Co Va, with his father, he enlisted Sept 21, 
or 22, 1773 in Capt Marks' Virginia company and was enga ed 
in guarding prisoners at Albemarle Barracks and was discharged 
March 22, 1779: that while a resident of Rockingham Co Va_ he 
enlisted May 17 1731, and ser.od 3 months in Capt Jeremiah 
Beasley's Virginia Company, that he was in the company that chased 
Tarleton from Charlottes vil e to Jamestown, Va and was in a 
battle at Hotwater and another at Jamestown, that in the fall of 
1782 he moved to Rich Creek, Greenbrier, later Monroe County Va 
and enlisted as Indian Spy June 1, 1733, and ser ed as such until 
November 1, 1733. 

His claim was not allowed as he failed to furnish proof 
of service as required by the Pension law. 

when he applied for pension he signed as John Dunn, Senior, 
The papers in the claim for pension kz. contain no data relative 
to soldiers' family. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN DUNN ( OR DUN) 3 35903 Page 

DECLARATION was made in CLARK COUNTY KENT C Y JUNE 26 , 
1318 by John Dunn. 

It appears from the papers in the Revolutionary war 
pons! on claim S 35903 t at John Dunn or Dun was BORN February 
10, 1749, place not stated. 

He enlisted in Amelia County Va February 1777, served in 
Captain Jari.es Foster's company, Colonel David liason'a 15th 
V-r inia regiment was transferred to the 4th Virginia regimeni 
and sereod until Januar > 1730. 

In 1820 he stated that his wife was 67. Hur na.ie is not 
given/ A son John is referred to and grandchildren arc also 
referred to but their names are not stated and there are no 
further data as to family. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OP BENJAMIN HAYDCN OR HARDEN S 37972 

DECLARATION was made in Henry County Kentucky by Benjamin 
Ma yd en May 24 1334 . 

It ap ears from the papers in the Re olutionary war pension 
claim 3 37972 that Benjamin Haydon was 30R, 1760 in Spotsyl anis 
Co Va, and while residing there, enlisted March 1778 and served 
until September 1773, as a private under Capt Thomas Brown 
i$ t o Virginia service. In 1779 he moved with his father, 
WILLIAM HAYDCN to HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY, which Y/as then a part 
of Virginia. While residing in said Harrodsburs;, he served 
in the Virginia troops as follows: 

Prom Juno 1779 2h months in" Capt Harrod's company, 
Col Bowman's regiment; from in April 1730 to July 1730 in Capt 
Patterson's company, undur General Clarke; from in August 1730 
to in December 1730 in '-'apt John Morrison's company, under 
General Clarke, and was in an engagement with Indians at 
Chillicothe towns; from in April 1732, as Indian spy 

for one month under Lieutenant Joseph Turner and Colonel Todd, 

It is not stated that he was ever married,. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JAMBS HAYDON S 30465 Fa - e 82 ~" * 

(Indian spy until 1790) 

It appeas from the papers in the Revolutionary war pension 

claim S 30466 that Janes Haydon, (who v/aa a s:.n f l/v'iliiam Haydoi ) 

was BORN Decembber 25 , 1763 or 1766, in SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 

VIRGINIA. 

While residing in Lexington, Kentucky, he enlisted and ser ed 

at various time from 1780 ro 1736 as an Indian Spy and Ranger 

under Oapt Robert r&ttcrsm, William McConnell and William Oteelo 

Colonels John and Levi Todd, and General George Rogers Clarke and 

was in many Indian Expeditions. Re was also out ao an Indian Spr 

1790. 

He married in Franklin County Ky, June 14 17 92, to 

Susannah born July 1 1775, daughter of William Gore (or Goar) 

Soldier died April 13 1841 x in Franklin County Kentucky and his 

widow Susannah died September 3 1847, leaving the following 

children : 

William G Haydon born Mash 28 1793 

Thomas H " born Oct 1795 

Benjamn bom Nov 29 1797 mentioned in 1334 as late 

Representative from Owen County Kentucky. 

John G born Dec 5 1804 

Nancy born May 11, 1806 married Kendall 

Fountain T born Aug 27 181_? residing in Franklin Co Ky 1652 

Susan Ann Haydon bom March 15, 1816, married Benjamin Smither 
in Ottober 1840. Pension which was due on account of their 
father service was allowed the above named children. The following 

children did not survive their mother: ames boro Oct 

13 or 18 1799, James b Ni ' 9 1800, Mary Nov 21, 1802, 

Goar b Jan 5 1806, Elizabet b July 12 1810, Sarah b 8-24-1812 

Blan born Hash 26 182 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN tIAYDON S 37993 Fae;e 83— 

DECLARATION v;as filed February 8, 1310 by John Hayden 
wile residing in NORTEOMBERL3WD COU TY VIRGINIA. 

The data which follow concerning John Laydon were obtained 
from papers on file in claim for pension S 37993, based on Ibis 
military service in the Revolutionary War. The date arid place 
of his birth were not given. 

John Haydon enlisted at Valley Forge, rennsyivania Fobruar^ 
17, 1778 served as a privet e in Cppt Samuel Colston's company 
in the 5th Virginia Regiment, and in Col 3urgess Ball's Virginia 
regiment, and was discharged February 17, 1778 at hiddlebro-ok, 
New Jersey. 

The papers on file-in. this claim contain no 
discernible data in re ard to the- family. 

In order to obtain date- of last payment cf pension, name 
and address of person pand, and possibly date of death this 
pensioner, you. should apply .to tiie Comptroller General., 
General Accounnting Office, Records Division, Washington, D C: 
and furnish the following data: 

JOHN HAYDON: CERTIFICATE" NO" 11304, issued June 4 r 1819, 
Rate $8. per month, commenced Feb 8, 1819 
Act of March 18, 1818, Virginia Agency." 



CONTINENTAL F ^ 84 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP FREDERICK HHHTZS CR 

HEKZE AJD 
MARGARET " ,: W 3251 
Bounty land warrant - 100 
307 

Declaration nie.de by Frederick Bentze or Efenze in Bedford 
County Pennsylvania October 26, 1841, a e between 32 and 83, 
who applied under the Act of June 7, 1832. 

That he entered ser ice during the Revolutions and served 

in the LEGION under Col or General Armandi and under the 

following officers; Gen Armandi in Legi n, Capt Sharp who 

commanded his company, Lt Smith of VIRGINIA, ENSIGN SCEAFFNER, 

and Major Schaffner and adjutant Swarta or Scmsartz; that prior 

to his engagement under General Armand, he had been drafted into 

the Militia of Virginia, in which he served a short period, when 

General Armandi came then and preferring service under him, he 

enlisted for duration of the war and marched under him, from 

his advanced age and infirm health he finds it difficult to 

remember the various facts connected with his service, sent as 

the periods of his enlistment, the places and country through 

which he marched and etc. That he entered service in Virginia, 

near ST AUNT OS , served over 3 years and was in sundry engagements 

-the battle of the Cowpens, end surrender of Lord Cornwall is at 

York town, after which he was a considerable time cngagod in 

guarding the prisoner s 3 taken at that place, and continued servic 

until 13 Nov 1733, when he received discharge at York, Pennsylvan 

wh ch discharge he believes is at Richmond Va, having been sent 

there by Ensign Schaffner. After his discharge he remained in 

York Co Penna for 2 or 3 years, during which time he studied 
DIVINITY and taught school and since then engaged In preaching 



CONTINENTAL 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF FREDERICK HENTZE OR HENZE AND 
MARGARET " " " Vi/3251 

Page 2. --Page 85— 

and teaching school and that his residence has been chiefly 
in Bedford Co Ponna, where he now resides. 

He signed his name Fredrick HENZE. 
Thomas Hunt Esquire of Bedford Go Pennsylvania age -- states 
he is in pos30ssion of the tract of land of 100 acres being 
Lot No 11 in 2nd Quarter of the 2nd township in 15th Range of 
range of t e tract appropriated for satisfying military service 
-situated on the waters of Licking Creek, (LICKING OY OHIO) 
which said tract of land was grant o to Frederick Hentzc sol- 
dire cf the Re olutionary war as will appear by the patent 
issued to said Hentze and now in possession of this deponent 
wnich is signed by THOMAS JEFFERSON, President of the United 
States Apr 1st 1808. That this deponent bought said tract of 
land from George Reighart now deceased, who had purchased same 
from said Hentzo. and etc. >, 

Also deposition 1841 bj John Crayle in Bedford Co Pen. a. 

-regarding the land warrant. Also Affidavit of Abrain Sill 
in said county regarding the land warrant. 

Declaration of Margaret Hentzo in Bedford Co Fenna 
9th August 1848 age 71, stating she Is the widow of Frederic 1 ' 
Hentze a private in t he Revolutionary war. Seating she was 
married to Frederick Hentze early pert of May 1792 and that 
he died April 6, 1844- by Rev Mr Hall in presence of John 
Faust who accompanied them to the residence of the clergyman 
- she stated froa tiEu thej '.n:^ Lint 1 3 the - aettlonicnt 
in Bedford Co Permaa, the,; resided in so many nieces, and bad 
eery fevj acquaintances. The pape; attached hereto ia a corre.it 

and regular records of the births of their children mxde and 
kept by her husband in a book in a book from which this leaf 
was taken several years ago. The records are as follows: 
ELIZABETH FUERCHTE GOTT WAS BORN 4 march 1795-baltizcd same yor 
Frederick Fuerchte Gott was born 27 Dec 1794 and baptized 4th 
Jan 1795 Witness Frederick Eacrle -i-sq, Margaret Fantz Salley 
Margaret Licbgott was born 21 Aug 1796 baptized 4 Soot same yr 
witness Michael Diebolt and Margaretta. 

JACOB LIEBGOTT was born 21 may 1798 witness Jacob Steinpaur 
John undrew was born 21 Feb 1800 baptized March 9, same year 
witness Lutheimer Laocht 
Anna Maria was born Feb 7 1002 witness Molly Richard 

i.iichaol was born 18 Jan — . 1905 baptises: Michael Stearnfont 
Stearnfont? 
Lydia was born July 1307 witness Elizabeth Ficldrich* 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP GEORGE HENSEL S 59?0 PAGE 86 

DECLARATION was made April 2, 1333 by George Hensei 
who applied under the Act of June 7. 1352. 

George Hcnsel was born 1753 in BERES COUNTY PENlJSYLVANIi 
but names of his parents were not given. 

While residing near Shepherds town, Berkeley county Va 
he enlisted in 1776 and served. 5 months in Capt i/fci Morgan's 
company, Colonel Thruston's Virginia regiment and was in an 
engagement at Brunswick, New Jersey. He enlisted April 1731 
served 3 months under Capt Vestal under Colonels Willis and 
Stricken. 

After the Revolution he lived in Alexandria, then 
moved to Frederick County Virginia 

There arc no data in this claim relative to the family 
of the soldier. George Hensei. 



VIRGINIA SER ICE OP MICHAEL HENSEL W 7717 pAQE 8? ___ 

Declaration was filed March 7, 1833 then a resident cf 
Fairfield County Ohio. He applied under the Act of June 7, 
1832. His name also appears as Hontzol and Eansel) was 
Som Nov 9 1753 in BERKS COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA. 

While residing in Berkeley Co Va, ho enlisted sons time 
Jan 1776, and served until July 1777, as a private in Cart 
Vfta Morgan's Virginia company and was in the Battle of Bruns- 
wick. After the Revolution he lived in Washington county 
Pennsylvania, and in 1801 to moved to Fairfield Co Ohio. 
He died July 15, 1838 in Fairfield Co Ohio. 

He married March 17 1779 in Washington Co Penna, to 
Barbara Harsh , (Marie Barbara Hirsch), who was BORN May 4 
1763 or 1765; the names of her parents arc not given, nor is 
it shown where she was born. 

Pension was allowed on her declaration executed Jan 24,1851 
at which time she was living in Fairfield Co Ohio. She died 

in Fairfield Co Ohio Juno 26 1851. 

The following is a list of the children of Michael 
and Barbara Hensel: 
Henry born March 27 1731 
George born Sept 16, 1782 
John bom Juno 10 1734 died Nov 24 1817 
Catharine bom May 21, 1786 

Anna Maria born May 26, 1789 married George Engle 
Sarah born March 25 1792 married Samuel Stukey 
Elizabeth born March 19 1794 married Jacob Erik 
Margaretha born March 3 1796 
Magdalena born May 29 1798 
Maria born Sept 12, 1800 

Susanna date of birth not stated. The following children sur- 
vived their mother: AH A LARIA. ELIZABETH, MAGDALENA AND 
SUSANNA . 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP WILLIAH JOKES S 13549 PAGE 88- 

DECLARATION was made in HICKMAN COUNTY KENTTJC Y 1852 Octo 
8th personally by William Jones, a resident of said count;/ and 
state, age 73, who applied under the Act of June 7 1832. 

William Jones states he WAS BORN in FREDERICK COUNTY 
VIRGINIA MARCH 3, 1759 and enlisted April 1776 at Battle 
Town ? in Capt Alexander's company, as his paper or roll of 
enlistment will fully show. His Colonel was named Spotswood 
- Prom Battle town he was inarched to Williamsburg from there 
to York, from there to Guinn's Island, from there to Springfield 
where they were stationed sometime. Was at York sometime, say 
3 months at work at breast work for the purpose of protecting 
Williamsburg and discharged. Was paid hes bounty of money and 
his wages. He believes he was in 2nd Va regiment, but does 
not recollect officers except Col Spotswood and Capt Alexander. 
He served 12 months as substitute soldier and was afterwards 
employed some 8 or 9 months as a t came tor. 



WAR OF 1812; 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OP DAVID LIEE WC20635 PAGE 89 

The data which fol ow -/ore obtained from papers in : , 
claim Ifr'C 20635 based upon service of David Lin in c'.. war of 1, 
1312. 

The dote and place :± birth of David Lin' ware not given, 
nor are the names of his parents shown. 

David Link enlisted in Augusta So Va August 29, 1814, 
served as a private in Ospt James Elliot's company of Virginia m 
militia, until discharged December 1, 1014 at Cross Roads, 
Ear y land . 

The soldier David Lin- was allowed jensi n on his applica- 
tion executed March 28, 1871, then age 76 and living in Sumner 
County Tennessee. 

His first wife, Hannah died 1844 or in the summer of 1846 
her maiden name is not stated n r are thcr: any details as 
to their marriage. 

He married 1849 or April 4 1850 near Cross Plains, 
Robertson Co Tcnn, Rebecca, the widow of Elisha Lirby who died 
May 17 1045, The maiden name of said Rebecca was Rebecca Eood. 
date and place of her birth not stated nor names of her parents. 

David Link died fclarch 19 1875 near Cross Plains, Term. 

His widow Rebecca Link was allowed pension on her application 

executed 9- 17- 1078 at which time she was age 77, and living 

near Mulley, Robertson Co Tenn. Reference tc the chil 

dren of soldier David Link. The widow Rebecca referred in 1878 
to her stepson, David Lin 1 : (D L.Link) as then living in 
WAXAHACHIE, ELLIS CO. TEXAS. Names of other children not stated. 

In 1851 Wm Link of Sumner Co Tenn stated he was acquainted 
with David Link, but no relationship was sh 



VIRGINIA SERVICE Op HUGH IvicGAVOCH 3 16913 Pago 90 

and Virginia Half Pay, N.A. Acc. No 374 

-6Q 050116 Half ray, Hugh MoGavock 

DECLARATION was made in WYTHE COUNTY VIRGINIA 1335 
by Hugh McGavocfe and was still residing in that county in 
1843 and died there April 2 13441 . 

It appears from the record t at rfugh iVicGavoek cf Virginia 
which ia furnished herewith as found in the papers on file 
in Pension claim S 16943 based upon his service in the 
Revolution. Hugh McGavoek was born September 1761, but place 
of birth or na'-ies of parents are not given. 

The soldier entered ser ice the latte.r part of 1779 
as a ensign, was engaged 2 or 3 months in recruiting men for 
the Va state service and while residing in tha b k part of 

Montgomery 'Jo Va which later became Wythe Go Vs , he joined 
Feb 8 1720 the company of Oapt Kenly who shortly afterwards 
died and was succeeded by Ca.it bvm Cherry, in Jo! Joseph 
Crockett's Va regiment at Albemarle where the soldier was 
appointed Quartermaster to the regimne.t In the fall of 
1730, he was ordered to guard prisoners from bhc Barracks 
at Albemarle to Frederick town, Maryland, where he remained 
through the winter of 1730, and while there was promoted to 
Lieutenant. Early in March 1731 he marched to Pittsburgh, 
where he arrived in May and proceeded on boats to Louisville 
(Falls of the Ohio / arriving there the last of July 1781, and 
while on the way to Col Floyd's Station about 6 miles from 
the falls in company with Japt Chapman and Abraham Tipton, 
they were fired upon by a party of Indians and both Captains 
Chapman and Abraham Tipton wore killed . In consequence of 
the death of both captains, Hugh McGavoek was entitled to 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF HUGE MoGAVOCK S 16948 p Q „ a Q1 

Page 2 continued: t se yi ~~~ 

the ran 1 -: of Captain but never received his commission, Cue to the 

difficulty of obtaining one in such an isolated location. He 

served as Lieutenant anC quartermaster unfiil Dec ie^ 1781 when he 

be came supernumerary . 

High McGavock' s wife -name not stated- did not survive him. 

Reference was made in the claim to the following oh i Id r on 
of the soldier Hugh McGavock, the nine last naricd of whocK 
survived him: 

James McGavock, who died prior to soldier's death lea ing a 
widow and several children, thoir names not stated. 
Joseph McGavock, Jacob McGavock, Robert McGavock, Hugh McGavock 
Randal McGavock, who in 1844 was living in foythe county 7a - 
In 1846 was age 43 and in 1850 gave post office addross as 
Wytheville, Virginia. 

SaLLY i.lcGAVOCK. lolly Cioyd who in 1S44 was the wife Df 
Thomas Cloyd, who died prior to 1350= 
Eliza lowing, who in 1344 was wife of Andrew B lowing. 
Margaret McHutt in 1344 wife of Samuel H McHutt, s& who died 
prior to August 26, 1346, leaving her husband and several 
children, names of children net given. 

One of soldier's sons, name not designated, marriod the 
daughter of the Honorable FELIX GRDUDY, United" States Senator 
who in 1335 made affidavit in Davidson County Tennessee, 
which Nashvil o, Tene is the count;, scat, in behalf of the sol 
soldier Hugh McGavoc ., Senator Grundy stated that he and a 
brother of the soldier, Hugh McGavock married sisters, but 
did not give name of soldier's brother <--r of their wives. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF HUGH McGAVOGK S 16943 Page 92 

Page 3- fontinuols 

In 1835 soldier's brother, DAVID McGAVOCK age about 72 

was a resident of D&vidsen County Tbmosseo . 

In 1832 Hugh hcJa,ock's brother in lav/, Joseph Kent 

was living In vi/ytho co Va and in 1835 was a Justico of the 

Peace for that county and aye 70; Joseph Kent stated that ho 

booamo a brother in lav; of toe soldi- r about 50 or 51 eci-s 

oof ere that date, but did not give his wife's na e. Ho also 

stated that Col Crockett under whom soldier .Hugh McGav ck 

served was his (Kent's) uncle. 

In 1332 one Charles L Crockett made affidavit 

in Wythe County Va , in behalf of the soldier Hugh ...cGavoc -. , 

and in 1843 one R. Crockett made joint affidavit in his behalf 

with soldier's son, Randal McGavock, in the sarae county no 

relationship shown between them or to Colonel Joseph Crockett. 



PANNELL 
VIRGINIA SERVICE 07 BENJAMIN PENNSLL OR S 5650 PAGE 93— 

DECLARATION was made June 10, 1855 in TODD COUNTY 

KENTUCKY BY BENJAMIN PANNEL age 78, who applied under the Act 

of June 7 1852. States he volunteered in the militia 1777 as 
a private about September. Volunteered and entered service 
under Capt Joseph Cabell of the militia Lieut Nicholas Cabell 
Ensign Abram Lee « Volunteered f cr 2 months and served out the 
tour of 2 months under said officers, served the whole tern 
at Williamsburgh to which he was marched direciyl tVorrister? 

where they met at the end of their 2 months, xie was sent heme 
from Williamsburg and did not receive any written discharge. 
He resided at the time he entered in AiffiERST COUNTY VIRGINIA. 

In 1778 July about the 15th was drafted into the militia 

for 5 months under Capt James Pamplin, and Col Reuben Lindsay, Li 

Col Holt Richerson for 5 months. They rendesvoused at Lovets 

Gap, in Amherst Co Vs. marched to Richmond Va thence to York Va 

from York to Hampton Va. In 1779 drafted in July fcr 5 months 

in the militia under Capt \i:.\ Tucker. Discharged 1731 Oct 4. 

kuch other "service is outlined. EL WAS BOEH IN AMHERST CO VA 

1755 Is 1 - March, i.iy father informed me I was born the year of 

BRADDOCKS DEIEAT. »Vas living In said count;,: when or where he 

continued ti-i live until 31 years ago, when he left it and came 

to where he now lives in TOED COUNTY KENTGC Y, 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN PRIOR S 36242 Pago 94--- 

The data following relative to John Prior were obtained 
from papers on file in pension Claim 3 36242, based on his 
service in the War of the Revolution. 

John Prior enlisted in Virginia some tine in 1775, ser .ed as 
a private in Capt Swearingen's company, in Col Wood's 12th Va 
regiment, was transferred to Capt Alexander Parker's Company, 
Col Posey's Va regiment; he was in the battles of Brandywine, 
Germantown, Lionmouth and the ''fall of Charleston'* and was 
discharged in fall of 1782 at Charleston South Carolina. 
He stated that he was a prisoner held by the British 8 months, 
no details of his imprisonment -iven. 

He was allowed pension on his application executed Sept 
30 1820 at which time he was age 63 and over, and living in 
BURKE COUNTY GEORGIA. He stated in 1820 that his family 

consisted of a boy age 14 and 2 girls, too youngest girl 
about age 10 but their names were not given, nor was it shown 
that they were related to the soldier, John Prior. 

John Prior died Oct 8 1823 (1825). 

In order to obtain name and address of person who received 
t e last payment of this pension, you should apply to tho 
Comptroller General, General Accountin Office, records 
division, Washington D C aid furnish the following data: 

John Prior, Certificate No 18569, issued Jane 19 1822 
at the rate of #8 per month, commenced September 30 1820 
under Acts of ...arch 13, 1818 and Hay 1 1320 
Georgia Agency . 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF EOEERT WEITELEY OR WEITL3Y OR WHITELY 
AVID JME » » ' ! " ;i (i ;i R 11459 

DECLARATION was made in SMYTH COUNTY VIRGINIA 

1353 July 8th by Jane -fait ley or iVhiteley a _;c 77, 
widow of Robert i^hiteley deceased, a Revolutionary war soldier 
stating she was married to him 1790 by Rev William Roagan in 
Washington County Virginia, that Robert died in Smyth Go 7a 1338 
1333; that his last campaign of service was from SI enandoah Cc 
7a; under Capt Bell, and Col Dark; he wa3 in the battle of 
Yorktown, and surrender of Lord Cornwallis and honorably dischd 
after about the peace of 1733; and she applied under the -ct of 
1836 (1336). 

The CERTIFIED COPY OF THEIR lviARRI AGE RECORD tVAS FILED 
BY 7 E CIEH8 CF WASHINGTON CC VA, showing 1790 July 2, as 
the correct date, that her maiden name was Jane Gilliland 
to said Robert Whiteley daughter of James Gilliland o J Washing- 
ton Co Va. 

Affidavit b Charles J Shannon In Smyth Co Va, 1733 
October 25 states the same as did the widow Jane Whitley; that 
ho had been acqu iritod with soldier for 40 years. 

Also affidavit of Alexander Buchanaon in Smyth Co Va 
1853 states he had known Robert t'lhioley since 1793 and lived 
in his neighborhood since then. 

The widow Jane Vhitlcy made a power cf attorney in 1855 
June 13, in Smythe Co Va, who was John W Stevens, at Abingdon, 
Virginia. 



MARYLAND SERVICE 0? TEO-'iAS 0*C0NNER S 35541 FAGE S6 

The data furnished below relative to Thomas 0' Conner were 
obtained from papers on file in claim for pension 3 55541 
based upon his service in the Revolutionary war. 

The date and place of birth of Thomas f Conner are not given 
nor are the names of his parents shown, 

Thomas 1 Conner enlisted in Maryland, sometime in March 
1776, served as a private in Capt Patrich Sim's company, and in 
the First Maryland Regiment; he was in the Battles of Long 
Island, White Plains, Trenton, Brandywine, C-ermantcwn, Monmouth, 
and was discharged December 27 , 1779 . 

He was allowed pension on his application executed October 
5, 1818;, at which time he was age 72 and a resident of NELSON 
COUNTY KY. 

In 1821, he referred to his wife, as age 73, but did 
not give her name.. 

The papers on file contain no further discernible 
data in re ard to family. 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension, 
name and address cf person paid, and possibly date of death 
of this pensioner, you should use the name addess as ive 
herein and furnish the following data; Thomas O'Connor, Certifiea 
No 11360, issued June 5, 1819, rate p per month, commenced 
Oct 5, 1813, Act of March 18, 1313, Kentucky Agency. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF EPHRAIM OSSURN R 7822 PAGE 97--- 

DEChARATIGN WAS :oADE 3Y SoERAIi» OSBURN In PEiiRx COUNTY 

KE FT i : Se e iter 0, 1854 a .e 80 stating ha was a resideot of 

HARLAN COUNT'S KENTUC1 Y, who applied under the Act of June 7,1852. 

States he encored service cf the United States undor Capt 

ENOCH OSLURN. LISUTEI r Ai«T JA. ,.E3 iiVARD ENSIGN, for_;ot^en as a 

volunteer and first met at OSBURNS PORT II! MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

VIRGINIA 5 in he thinks April but the year he does o <t recollect 

and staid in the service until the erd of 6 months, tha tine of 

his tour when he was regularly discharged hut the lis charge ho 

has long since lost as ho did not know or expect it would to of 

any service to him, they wore engaged generally In guarding t 

frontiers against the INDIANS, and had frequent scouts but no 

engagement, the time of this service was perhaps a year or 2 

before the Expedition against the OHEROKEES. He afterwards .wen 1 : 

as a volunteer under Capt Frederic: Edwards for one month on 

Clinch, after the Tories, the route catched a deserter and 

brought him in but dont remember his name, he was out this time 

one month. 

He then wont as a volunteer under Capt Abram Bletcher 
to the Cherokee Nation first met at the LONG ISLAND OF HOLSTON 
and went on by the lent of NolaChuckey . . and there expected 
an attack but did not have one, and he thinks staid there 2 or 3 
days, then wore a good many troops from North Carolina and 
tfirrginia wont on from the Island^ he recollects an officer with 
the N C troops by name of Williams either a major or Colonel 
but he thinks a Colond His own Colonel was CHRISTY Some 
where on the way before they got to FRENCH BROAD RIVER s flag 
was sent in by the INDIA 3 for peace, boo It was understo d 
that there wer ; still more that would n< b make ooace and the 
army proceeded on the FRENCH BRoAD RiVER and halted expe ei 
an attack; that night a det^jzfnchment was ordered out to cross 
the river in the night abo o_tho crossing oloco and he was one 
tat wont, but there was no Indians, there, but t ore was signs 
the next day al crossed too river and took up cam and a 
■ore -oaring tents a man soot down a saplin and fell it on an t - ■ 
t iat was laying asleep and hilled him -from there they rent 



VIRGIN A SERVICE CF EPHRAILi OSBURN R 7022 continued p^ CT n qa 
PAGE 2: " s yd ~ 

on to the DRAGGING CANOE town and they w :: hiding, all gone 
but one old BLIND INDIAN. The amy destroyed all they could 
find the y were there discharged and ho got his iischage, this 
tour was 2 months as ho now believes, and this tour was 
before the on© after the tories described before th.is. 

He again went t with Capt Brummott as a guard of 

Ammunition from the LEAD MINES across the flour forth 

Carolina and declarant the ammunition jo thinsk to Capt McCran 

they staid several days at the Load Minos, waiting for the Load 

and ho thinks was gone one month this tour. He was several 

times in scouting parties , after the tories, but dont now 

remember enough to tel the officers nor describe the troops 

He is old infirm and stat< s what he can rememtor and might stat. 

much moB that is what ho thinks but wants to state nothing but 

what ho remombers. He has made application in FERRI COUNTY 

his adjoining county because there is no one so handy to him 

to do the business as in Perry except at the Circ it Court 

whore it is onl; lawyers and as he had 3ome acquaintances in 

Perry Co he hopes it is no difference as to the county, the time 

of his service can :t bo bettor identified think by the Cherokee 

Expedition, which Is well known at the department as he cannot 

remember the ■rear, ho has left all hie discharges. 

Affidavit by Micajah Napier, Edmond Jones in Perry Co Ky 
who formerly rosidod in Har&n Co Ky are well acquainted with 
the soldier Ephr aim Osburn . Also affidavit of Daniel Duff 
a clegyman residing in tcrv Co lij is acquainted with the 
said soldier. AFFIDAVIT ,,F JEREMIAH ShIT- T in Harlan Co Ky age 
74 knew him and that he served under Ca; t Enoch Osbunn at 
Osburn s Fart and. was on frequent scouts from the fort, and he 
alsc certifies t that "My Brother Joshua Pennington was in the 
Expedition] aginst the Cherokee Indians, and he understood 
tthat the said Ephraim Osburn was with him in said tour. 

One Jossee Combs, was county court clrk of Perr; C( 
Ky 1834 and made certif location to the above. 



VIRGxIIIA SERVICE OF CHARIES CARTAS S 10435 Page 99— 

DECIARATION was made in Cumberland Count,/ Kentucky 
August 15 1852. 

The data furnished below are obtained fr n the papers on 
file in Revolutionary war claim for pension S 10435, based upon 
upon the military service of Charles Carter in that war. 

Charles Carter w as reared in Z,s3cx County Virginia. 

He enlisted in iisscx county Virginia, Februrry 1777, 
served as a private in Capt Henry Garnott's com any, Colonel 
Charles Dabney's Virginia regiment, ivas in the battle of 
Monmouth and was discharged February 1730. 

In 1782 he moved to Chesterfield, (name of state not 
shown) and in 1310 moved to Cumberland Co Ky. 

There are no data as to his family. 

In order to obtain dote of last payment of pension, the 
name and address of person s paid and possibly the dote of 
death of the Revolutions war pensioner Charles Carter (310455 
S10455 you should address the Comptroller General, Gen 
Accounting Office, Records Division, Washington D C, citing al 
all of the following data. 

Charles Carter certiorate No 5217, issued Dec 13 1832 
rate of $>80 per annua, c mmenced Oar oh 4 1831, under Act of 
June 7 1852, Kentucky Agency. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOSHUA Dim .■: S 39467 Page 100— 

Joshua Dunn resident of Essex County Virginia s^e G3 

deposeth and saith that he enlisted in the early part of ti 

Re olutlonary war } in company of Ca t Richard Ste -re. of which 

as Howard? was Lieut and enlisted the deponent. The 
Tenth 
said company v; a s part fhfe e .'' ' " y " Virginia Regiment 

on Continental establishment , General Weeden commanded the 

Brigade. The deponent was in the encampment at Valley Forge a 

and fought at the battle of Llonmouth, in Ge eral Scott? 

Brigade. He served 3 years in the Re olutionar war and was 

honorably discharged, which discharge is iofet Jo is poor and 

in need of assistance of his country for sup ort . 

Affidavit of John Dunn persons lly ap cured in Essex Co Va 

1819 May 3th ceforo Kemp Gatewood a J ? and states Joshua Dunn 

enlisted as a regular soldior for 3 years during the Revolution 

a, d served his tour of enlistment. 

Affidavits of Crit Blackburn and Reuben Chapman state that 

Joshua Dunn of CAROLINE enlisted in the Continental :.i . 

of the *d S in the 10th Va regiment by THOMAS HORD, late a 

Lieutenant in said U S service for 3 years and that he served 

the said term faithfully. Signed by them Jan 4, The year date 

looks like 1811? 



WAR OP 1312: 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF HENRY HARMAN SO 18043 and S C 12164 

— lago 101-- 
He served as Lieut in Caot James Langster's Comoany of 
Virginia militia. 

Bounty land warrants Nos 25,886 for 80 acres in 1850 
and 45,211 for 80 acres in 1355. 

unlisted May 24 1814 and discharged Dec 19 1814 

Residence 1351 in St Louis County Missouri, and 1356 in Crawford 
County Missouri, and 1871 in Bourbon, Crawford County Missouri. 
Maiden name of wife was Ann Johnson. Trie-" married 1815 in 
ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA and soldier died about 1334. 

DECLARATION was made in Crawford. County Missouri Hay 15, 18*/ 

1871 by Henry Harman a^e 79 states bhat he was married to Ann 
Johnson 1315 states he was a pri ate in Caot James Gangster's 
7a militia 1312 and dischar ed at Norfolk 1813. 

Declaration v,'9s made in St Louis County Missouri 1851 
2nd Feb by Henry Harmon age 58 and stated he Volunteered in 
FAIRFAX COURT HOUSE VIRGINIA about last day April or first hay 
1814 for six months and served six months and was disc r od 
25 Nov 1814, He left his discharge at house of his mother: 
Elizabeth Harman in Fairfax Co Va. Ho makes this declaration 
for purpose of obtaining a bounty land warrant to which ho may 
be entitled under Act of Sept 23 1850. DECLARATION MADE AGAIN 
1856 in CRAWFORD CO MISSOURI by Henry Herman age 64, 



WAR OF 1812 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JAMES K. HaRMAN Pa ~ e 102 — 

AND NANCY K WO 11195 i!G 21660 

Enlisted September 3 1814 and was discharged September 12, 1314 
and his residence was barren County Missouri in 1354 and 1853 
and the widow resided 1374 in Montgomery County at Price's Branca 
Missouri and High Hill Missouri in 1878. Her maiden name was 
Nancy E Love, and the married December 1312 in Pittsylvania 
County Virginia. And he died 1371 in Warren County Missouri. 

DECLARATION was made in Montgomery County Missouri 14 Nov 
k 1874 by Nancy K Harmon age 73 stat s she is the widow of James 
S Harmon states no was discharged at Norfolk Va 1813 and that he 
applied and received land bouncy of ISO acres for his service. 

AFFIDAVITS OF PETER HARMON AND I ART. ANN WRY in 
Montgomery Co Missouri 1873 states Peter was born 8-17-1817 
and Mary Ann Wry was bom July 15 1822 who state they are chil- 
dren of James K and Nance y K Harmon j that their father and moth: 

lived together as husband and wife from the earliest of their 
recollection until their father died. That he died 11 Sept 1371 
that their mother remains his widow. 

DECLARATION MADE IN WARREN CO MISSOURI 1 :54 by oames K 
Harmon age 66 states he served under Capt Edward Jarter In 100 
Va Regiment - volunteered in Pittsylvania Co Va 1813, ap lied 
for land bounty warrant. 

Also declaration made 1355 in Warren co Missouri age 70 
, stated he was a private In Capt Carter's re iment of Va Militi 

AFFIDA IT BY" CHRISTOPHER L CARTER IN ST . CHARLES MISSOURI 
1854 stating that James K Harmon volunteered in Pittsylvania Co 
Va 1814 and marched from there to Richmond wont under Capt Edwa: 
Carter and knows Harmon marched 160 miles and knows this as 
he was a member of the same company and Sargeant in same. 



Paho 103- 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN HARMON AND SUSANNAH C '-JARIiOF 
SO ? SC 13448 
WO 35076 and WO 24074 
- >unty land warrants 19575-80-50 & 13841-80-1855 

He served as private in Oapt Griffin Lumpkin's company 

of Virginia militia. 

Residence of soldier 1850- & 1855 

Residence of widow 1379 was Rockingham county Vir inia at 
Ottobine post office. Pier a maiden name was McLaughlin. Tfrsy 
married Jan 23 , 1826 in said Rockingham Co, and Re died Aug 2> 
1873 in said county, 

DECLARATION WAS MADE IN ROCKINGHAM CO VA Jar) 7 1879 by 

Susannah Harmon age 75 widow of John Harmon states he was 

drafted July 1813 for 3 or S months and received discus o at 

Richmond, she thinks Sept 1813c That she was married to him 

in Rockingham Co Va 23 Juno 1326 by Morgan a minister] that her 

name before marriage was Susannah McLaughlin ; that her said 

husband was married to Rachel Rader deceased 19 1805 and she 

died August 1824, then she was married to sa:d John Harmon Jan 

28 1826 and her husband died Aug 23 1873. ; t at sine, his 

discharge they had resided near Mount Clinton, Rockingham Co Va 

TWO AFFIDAVITS : BY JOHN HARMAN AND JESSE HARMAN in Rocking- 
ham co va 1874 stating they are sons of Susannah C Harmon and 
John Harmon Senior deceased They have personal knowledge their 
parents lived together and raised a family of Seven (7) 
children, until his death Aug 2 1873, and were married Jan 23 
1826j they being the oldest of the seven 'children « 

CERTIFIED COPY OF MARRIAGE BOND IS FILED showing JOHN 
HARMAN AND SUSANNAH McIAUGHLIN THE DAUGHTER F JOHN MCLAUGHLIN 
of Rockingham Go Va were licensed to marrya 23 Jan 1325, 

The twe declarations for bounty land are filed one 
one dated 185C and one dated 1855 bj John Her. .an in LINN 
COUNTY MISSOURI , he was age 61 in 1350 stated he served 
under Gapt Griffin Lumkin. & col Green states hu volunteered 
at Bottetourt C>: Va 1st Aug 1312 for 5 years, & sor ed six mos. 
and disclur cd 1314. Dcclarati n filed 1355 states he voluntood 
at Big Lick, Botetourt 3o Va July 10 1813, 



WAR OF 1312; PAGE 104 — 

VIRGINIA SERVIC, OP JOHN SAMUEL HARMON AND MANCY (or Nan cy <?) 
SO 7633 SO 4670 WO 43114 AC 33549 

Bounty land warrant No 33737 for 160 acres In 1855 

His enlistment was September 1 1814 and dischar e Dec 18 1814. 

His residence in 1S51 was BOONE COUNTY VIRGINIA AND IN 

1355 was Kanawha County Va, and the widow lived tiers 1333 in 
Putnam County v.est Virginia. Her maiden name was Nancy 

AicCallister. They married December 29 I860 in Putnam ^o Va 

and soldier died in Putnam Go hay 20 1882. 

DECLARATION was ina.de in Kanawha County West Virginia 20 

March 1871 by John Samuel Harmon age 73. He states he was 

drafted under Capt Smith Lawson in the Va militia at Richmond 

Virginia Aug 1814 and discharged at Ellicotts Mills Dec 1 1814 

(Maryland?) 

He sold his land bounty warrant ; he thinks the agent who drew 

his warrant was named John Slack . 

DECLARATION was made in Putnam Count y West Tr a Sept 15, 

1883 age 69 j tat her hus and John Samuel Harmon died in Putnam 

Co West Va 20 May I8J2; that they have resided in Putnam Jo 

e •' er since their marriage in 1859. 

2 Affidavits of S H Bird and V; D Alford in Kanawha Co < Va 
state they were acquainted with John S Harmon and his wife and 
know they lived together as man and wife, and they were not 
related to the . 

CERTIFIED COPY OF MARRIAGE RECORD IE PUTNAM CO VA 
111 R WOODS showing the marriage of John Samuel Harmon to Nancy 
McCallister age 45 and her hus and age 61 ; that her husband 
was born in DINWIDDY COUNT 1 VA AND NANCY WAS BORE IN KAj AWHA 
CO vA. NAME OF HUSBAND'S PARENTS WAS JOHN AND MARY HARMON 
NAiuS OF WIFE'S PARENTS WERE JAMES AND REBECSAE McCallister 

Signed by Baptist Minister -legallt authorised to solemnize 
marriages, this 29 December 1859. DECLARATION >,^s± 1851 in 
B0..N COUNTY VA Mar on 7 1851 by Samuel Harmon (without the John 
added) age 54 that he volunteered in Pittsylvania C urt House l! 
Aug 1814. Also In 1855 in KANAWHA CO VA. 



WAR OP 1812 
VIRGINIA SERVICE ox" JOSEPH HARMON SO 31509 SO 25641 Page 105 

a private in Captain \m Currin Company of (105) 
Virginia militia. 

Bounty land warrants 48053 for 160 acres in 1855 

Enlisted Feb 13 1815 and was discharged Feb 23 1815 

Residence 1855 was Montgomery County Virginia and 1378 

to 1881 in same county at Pest office of Christiansburs, Va 

He died about 1683 . 

DECLARATION for bounty land made in Montgomery Co Va 1855 
Se pt 3 
by Joseph Harmon age 65 a resident of said Montgomery Co Va 

volunteered 1812 in Christiansburg Va Sept 1, 1815 for six months 

and was discharged at Montgomery Oo Va 28 Feb 1815. 

DECLARATION was made by Jose oh Harmon a je 00 in 

r.iontgomery Co Va April 17 1873 states he served under dapt 

Wm Currin in the Va militia, volunteered at Chr: stiansburg Va 

Jan 15 1315 for 4 months or 6 raont s? T.:at he was born and raised 

in Montgomery Co Va anfl has lived all his life in same county. 



WAR CP 1812 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OP WIL I AM HARMON ( OP JOHN) AND Mi RG RET 
WO 17394 and W C 30035 

--Page 106— 

Bounty land warrant No 74,433 for 160 acres in 1855 

Service under Oapt Janes I Teakle's company of Virginia Militif 

(In one days battle ser ice May 2S 1314) 

Residence of Soldier 1855 Lovestvile, Accomack County Va 

and 1873 the widow was in said Accomack Go Va, at Onancock Va 

Soldier's first wife was named Betsey and his second wife was, 

Nancy Stewart. His widow was named Margaret _ _ ? 

They married Jan 5 1854 at Locustville , Va . He died Doc 9 

1874 in Accomack Co Va . Teatimoney of two comrades proves 

thatsoldier was in Battle at Rumney's Gut? Va May 29 1314 

and the Auditor's report shows that he was present from Aug 

13 to 29 1314 under age for which he receive:! no pay. 

Affidavit in Accomack Co Va 1879 b . Sarah Philips 

wife of Wesley Phillips of said county states before her 

marriage with Wesley Phillips her name was Sarah Harmon 

daughter of Tim Harmon deed by his wife Betsey Harmon also 

deceased, that her mother Betay Harmon died 22 Dec 1832, that 

her father afterwards married Nancy Stewart, who also died 

1840, and her father afterward married Margaret Kcllam, widow 

of Charles Kg 11 am, deceased, that she is now ago 57. 

DECLARATION was made by Margaret Harman 137":? stating 
she married Wm Harmon 1854 Jan 5; t at her name oefore 
rmrriago was Margaret Kellom. 

William Harmon (of John) 1857 Feb 14, in Accomack Co Va 
a ,e 59 states he was a soldier of Capt James S Teackle 
in the 2nd regiment of Va militia under Col Thomas M Bayly 
. He makes this for purpose of obtaining bounty land to which 
he may be entitled under Act March 3 1855. 



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WAR OP 1812 VIRGINIA SERVICE OP THOMAS HARMAN AMD LUCY HARMAN 

BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS 51677 for 40 acres In 1350 
and 31455, for 120 acres in 1855 
WO 33023 and WG 19238 Page .107 

Enlisted March 9 1814 and discharged June 22 1814 

was a private under Capt Wm Jones in Virginia militia. 

Residence of soldier 1851 in Franklin Go Va and 1855 and 1876 

the widow resided in said county at Taylor's Store Va . 

Her maiden name was Lucy Blankonship and they married 1820 in 

said Franklin Go Va, and he died Aoril 1853 in Va, and she died 

prior to F e b 26 1890 

DECLARATION was made in Franklin Co Va 9th 1878 b;- 

Lucy Harman age 85 states she is the widow of Thomas Harman deed 

that he served as a private under Gapt Daniel Jones or 

Ferguson? that he was drafted at Taylors Store for si:c months 

that he was horn in Franklin C Va; that she was married to 

him in said county by Joel P ? 

CERTIFIED COPY OF MARRIAGE RECORD FROM CL RF OF 

FRANKLIN Co VA 1878 Sept 28 showing Thomas Harmon had 

obtained license to marry Lucy Blankenship Jan 5, 1820 and one 

John Oyler signed with bond with said Thos Harmon 

DECLARATION was made by Thomas Harmon 1351 Aug 1st to 
obtain bounty land warrant. At that time he filed his original 
discharge, showing he was discharged at Cantonment Peach Orchard 
Ju£e 22 1814 signed G W Hairston ; t at he ser ed under Capt 
Willis Jones, Va militia from Franklin Co Va, 

Declaration was also made 1855 in Franklin Co Va 
by Lusinda Harmon age 50 widow of Thomas Harmon for land warrant 
stating she married under name of Lusinda Blankenship 

by Joel Preston a baptist minister and he died at his own house 
April 1854 c 



WHi\ UP 1812 v 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP WILLI A. HARhAN OR HARkON AND ELIZABETH 
SO I3G54 SC 3524 tVC 41532 WG 32499 

— Page _ -, — ■ 
108- 
Re was a private under Gapt Robert Kyles Virginia Militia 

and Gapt kau Rowland Go £ Virginia Militia. 

DECLARATION was made 1852 and 1855 in ROANOKE COUNTY 
VIRGINIA AND 1871 in Floyd Co Va at PI --yd Court House, Va 
The widow was in 1381 and 1382 in Floyd Co Va, post office 
Little river in said county. Her maiden name was Elizabeth 
Gish. They married June 4 1857 in ROANOKE COUNTY VIRGINIA 
and soldier died July 3 1881 in said Floyd Or. Va. widow died 
April 3, 1898 in Floyd Co Va. The widow made Declaration 
in Floyd Co Va Aug 15, 1881, and stated their place of resi- 
dence since his discharyo was in Alleghany Uc a, 2 years 
in STATE OF INDIANA AND IN ROANOKE AND FLOTO GO VA. At the 
last 2 places - and she lived with him until his death. 
That he died July 3 1331. She was age 65 w.ien she applied 
1882 in Floj^d Cc Va stated her husband volunteered at 
Fincastle Botetourt Go Va for six months and served 5 raos. 
Was discnar ed at South Hampton; that he was aye 21 years when 
he enlisted; of Alleghany Co Va, that she married him in 
Roanoke Va 4 June 1357 by F Kickers ui a minister, ; that he 
had been previously married, former wife was SUSAN L/OLFE who die 
died 16 May 1852 in Roanoke Co Va ; that they had. lived in 
Roanoke Co Va from 1857 to 1871 and in ?ioyd Co 7a from 1371 

to date of his death 1831 July 5. or 3? 

One ..':;: Earman or Mm H Harman made affidavit in Floyd 
Co Va, stating he is the s;:n of iliftn Harxnan 

Declaration was made in Floyd Go Va Apr 24 1371 by 
Wm Harmon aye 77 and stated then that his wife's name was 
busan • .Wolf to whom he was married at MONROE COUNTY 
1 ire of state was not given) 



War of 1812 Fag9 '-i o~~ 

So 13064 SG 8324 SO 41532 WC 32499 

PAGE 2 continued : 
Stated he volunteered in Robert Kyle's company 26th re pJmont 
under Gel McDowel, nt £ Jraig's crco 1 ' in Vc 1313 and wos 
discharged at South Hampton 1314, 

DECLARATION was mode in Roanoke Co Va Feb 17 1351 by 

Wm Harman age 60 a resident of said county who states ho 

volunteered in Botetourt County \Ta 11th July 1315 for 6 nontf" 

and served 3ix months, he makes this declaration to obtain 

bounty land warrant. 

A letter from the Pension Of fie-, 
dated March 24 1852 
Sir: 

Enclosed you have the claim of \m Harman and 

ANDREW HARMAN for k 

J£3±jcx re-examination. Please additionrl evidence in 
support of their claims herewith enclosed. 
signed rospctfuliy 
F N C rcpeir? 
for conimd? 
No 83227 
85223 
John 3 Gallaher, Esq 
3rd Aud. 
--- DECLARATION HADE IN ROANOKE CO VA March 29 
1855 by William Harman age 62, a resident of Roanoke Co Va 
; stating he had received land warrant for 80 acres 
which he had legally disposed of. and wished to obtain 
additional land warrant under act of March 3 1855. 

AFFIDAVIT OF ABRAHAM BRUBAKSR AND JACOB C PECK IN 
BOTETOURT COUNTY VIRGINIA 1352 March 3 fcr add-tional proof 
in case of ANDREW AND WL HARMAN . 

T. IS DAY, t. ey personally appeared before a J P 
and made oath that ANDREW HARKAN AND WM HARMAN served with 
them in CAi J T KYLES AND 2APT CARTMIL S companies for the 
to\^r of six months for which period each os us received bount; 
land warrants: : that each of then received 80 acres of land. 



Pa r Q 
VIRGINIA Ai T D 110— 

GEORGIA SERVICE CF BENJAMIN COOK AND CATHARINE W 862S 

DECLARATION was made in GREEN COUNTY '..: ,7 ; L 1839 
August 23 by Catharine Cool:, a resident of said county age 
SOstating she is the widow of Benjamin Cook, deceased, that s 
she married Benjamin Cook Dec 25, 1779 in Charlotte County Vir 
Virginia t;at he enlisted about 3 years previous to their 
marriage, enlisted in his county of Charlotte under Capt 
Walton ani marched through North Carolina and South Carolina 
and was in the Battle of Stono 1776, and served 12 months. 
That Benjamin Cook enlisted and marched from Charlotte Co 
That he served 12 months or over; that her maiden name was 
Catharine Brewer . They lived together until 1306 when he 
died in Charlotte Co Va and immediatlj after his death she 
removed to Green Co Ky, where she now lives. She is now 
age 80. That she was 30RN Sept 13, 1759. Benjamin Cook was 
Born April 8, 1758 and died March 1806. That after her 
said marriage with Benjamin Cook in the soring of 1731, in 
Charlotte Co Va, he volunteered his scr ices under Capt 
Win Morton and others for 3 months service and marched immedi- 
ately in said company for Guilford court house N C and 
march cd through the counties ox Hallifax and Pitsylvania and \ 
was in the battle fought at Guilford March 1781. 

That her oldest child whose name is Martha -was about 
age 2 w< en her hue and volunteered his service in the last 
tour of duty. Ho served under Col Cock, Major Hubbard, 
Ca^t Booker, Capt Wm Morton. Ca at Gains and Camot Thompson 



VIRGINIS AND 

GEORGIA SERVICE OF BENJAMIN CO,:: AND CATHARINE 
PAGE 2 . W 8628 

111-* Page 
AFFIDAVIT BY THOMAS GAINS in Greon Co Ky 3.839 Aug 20, who 
states he was well acquainted with Benjamin Cook, deceased 
husband of Catharine Coo]- now his widow. Ead been acquainted 
with him since childhood until his marriage with Catharine 
Brewer, his now surviving widow, and lives a near neighbor 
to him for over 25 years and lived after his said marriage 
and until he had children grown: that in 1776 in spring of 
that year; that said Cook enftlstod in Charlotte C Va 
for 12 months ard gives the same outline of his revolution- 
ary war service as did Catharine give. 

This affiant Tnomas Gains was born in Hanover Co Va Jul 
July 7 1759 that he lived with his father in that county 
until ho was 4 or 5 years of age then removed from there to 
Charlotte Co Va and he lived until 1317 when he removed to 
Green ^o Ky, where he now lives 

Also affidavit made b Benjamin Cook in Green oo ky 
1839 and stated he is personally acquainted with Catharine 
Cook who is making ap lication for pension , no states t^at 
ho has frequently seen the old family bible which be bongos t 
Catharine Cook and which now belongs to her, in wnicn is 
recorded the age and death of her husband benjamin Cook 
and ago of herself and her marriage with Benjamin Cook 
as the ase and death of her family, the record m said bible 
that Ben-- min Cook was born April 8 1758 in Hanover Co Va 
and died^in Charlotte Co Va 27 March 1806 age 48; that 
Catharine was born So t 13 1759 that Benjamin Cook and 
Canine Brewer were married 12 - 25 1779 , that Martha W. 
Cook ciiM of said Benjamin Cook and, Catharine Cook was 
hn-pn 25 Jan 1731, that he has seen this record in said 

Se \ number of years oast. (He never did state whether 
ho was related, oven tho his namo was also Benjamin C.ok) 

ADDITION STATED BY CATHARINE COOIv WIDOrf OF 
rtotamtn CGOli DECD in 1840 Feb 24. in Green Co Ky 
™ ^IMJSD C0.Y OP MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE was filed by 
Charlotte Co Va clerk showing Benjamin Cook secured 
marriage license 1779 Dee 24 to marrj Catharine Brewer < 
Unlnater) dau°-hterof SADESVILLS BREWER of said counts 
I spinster; aau nx- ^ ^^ ^^ illegibly writ ten) 

United States of America. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF CHARLES COOK OR COOKE S 55857 r; re 

112 - — 
DECLARATION was made October 23 , 1318 in Dearborn County, 

Indiana by Charles Cook or Cooke, In 1820 he referred to his 

family as his wife Priscilla age 60 a. jo Thomas age 16. In 1818 

his father, nana not stated, was living in ALBEMARLE COUNTY VA. 

It appears that Charles Cook or Cooke, enlisted when a -;e 

16 at Charlottesville, Va in idarch 1781, in Caot John Harris' 

company, Col C-askin's Va regiment, he was transferred in July or 

August 1731 to Capt & Beverly Roy's company, Col r-osey's 

regiment, was at the siege of Yorktown, and was discharged Sept. 

1, 1732. 

He gave a schedule of his property in 1330 3c t 22c 

Among which he skowd he had 1 bible, and 1 R\ ssell's Sermons. 

and other small items, that the number in his family are three; 

himself, and wife Priscilla age 60 and Thomas Cooke, age 16. 



VIRGINIA S A SERVICE OP DAWSON COOKE OR COOK AND MILDRED 

W 4357 
H3-__--P:,ro 
me data which folj.cw in regard to Dawson Cooke or 

Cook wore obtained from the papers in pension claim ,' 4657, 

based upon his service in t he Revolutionary war. Date and place 

of birth of soldier and names of bis parents are not show... 

Dawson Coo 1 : entered service 1776 on board the brig, 

"liberty", Capt Thomas Lilly, served as midshipman on that Brig 

and on the ship, "Gloucester", in the Va state Navy, until the 

beginning of 1779. On account of his service, ho was granted 
land by the State of Virginia. He died November 14, 1829. 

Ho married Doc 1775, in King and iueen co Va, to Mildred 

(referred to as Mildred Cooke, only, -no maiden name given) 
Date and place of her birth or narcs of her parents were not 
given o She died Aug 14 1836, in King and Queen Co Va, - At the 
time of their marriage Dawson Cooke was clerk to John Lyr.cs 
in King and Queen Co. lie labor was sheriff of that county. 

Soldier and wife hildred had seven children whoso names 
were as fellows : 

Mary born Oct 15 17^6, married _ _ Spencer and died 3-3-1802 
Ann C. married John Didlako who died then married Joo:es 
Brushwood, who died 1843. They had a son George W. Brushwood 
who in 1851 was age 26 and a resident of King and Queen Co Va 
PASCHAL, who died ' Jan 25 1825 

Mildred married VVm Howlet and died Oct 16, 1316 
Henry who died Dec 4 1337 

Dawson who married Ann L (maiden name not shown, who in. 1851 
was age 48. Dawson died Ma r ' 8, 1842, in King and Queen DoVa 
where he was buried in the family burying ground, An L was 
still living in that county in 1851. 

GILES- married _ (her name not stated) "lias died 1-28- 
1847 in Elizabeth City Co Va, and his widow married Rev 
Cincinnatus Goodall of that county who in 1351 was age 42. 

Ann J Brushwood applied Aug 12 1850 at ago 60 
while living in King and Queen Co Va fcr pension which was due 
her as the only surviving child of Dawson Cooke, on account y of 
his service in the Revolutionary war. Her claim was allow d. 

The following narr.es of grand s children of Dawson and 
Mildred Cooho or Cooke are shown in the claim; WILLIAi: SPENCER 



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VIRGINIA SEA SERVICE OP DAWSON COOKE OR COOK AND MILD 3 
PAGE 2. Vv 4657 

Alexander Howie t or Hewlett and Robert Dldlake, also 
3 daughter s of soldier's son, PASCHEL COOKE OR COOK (their 
names not designated). 

In 1852 .me John R Cooke was security for Robert P. 
Stubbs, administrator of the estate of Daws en Cocke, widow 
Mildred in King and Queen county Va, his relationship to 
faraily not shown. 

In 1851 ono Rev John Spencer was pastor of Poroporone 
Baptist church in Kins and Queen Co Va, his relationship to t 
the husband of soldier's dau Mary, not stated. Rev John 
Spencer was Born July 23 1775, - In the same year ono 
Elizabeth R Neweomb, age 67 was residing in King and Queen 
Co Va, and testified to long acquaintanceship with Dawson 
and Mildred Cooke, also that soldier' 3 oldest child, Mary 
Spencer , was about the same age as her brother, J^hn Ncwcomb. 
No relationship to soldier's family was stated. 

October 10 1351 one William Collins, age 34, of King 
and Queen co Va made affidavit which is attached to the 
Bible record of John Neweomb, under Ribbon and Seal) :5 That 
the annexed paper is the genuine family record of John 
Neweomb, the brother of Elizabeth R Neweomb, torn by him 
from the old family bible, which was originally the property 
of the said John Neweomb, but now in his possession. That 
the said bible came into his possession after his marriage 
with his wife who was Johannah Matilda Newc ko, the 3rd 
dau of said John Newcoiab by his 2nd wife Johannah Robinson. 
That the entires on said paper on the 1st page in the first 
colume he belie cs are all in the hand writing . f John 
Neweomb, except the entry and departed this life March 10 
1829, about 11 o'clcock at night and the entry on the margin 
at the bottom of said column. That ho belie vas all the 
entires on said paper of a similar hand writing are made in 
the hand writing of said John Neweomb. That the said family 
record has been in his possession for 14 years. 

FAMILY RECORD: 
MARRIAGE AND BIRTHS; John Neweomb and Clarrila Lockey Longest 
Longest was married 8-21- 1802 

Ann Longest Neweomb the first child of John and Clarrila his 
wife was born June 21 1803 

Clarrila Neweomb the 2nd child of John and Clarrila born 
June 16 1805 and died Aug 19 1808 

The above John Neweomb toe son of Wm and Nancy Neweomb was 
born Jan 1 1777 and died Mar 10 1829 

The above Clarrila Lockey Ncwcomb wife of John and Dau 
of Robert Ross Longest and Nancy his wife was born Dec 20 1784 
1784. and died Dec 24 1306 

Johnanh Robinson first dau of Wm ond xoa Urslia his wife was 
born Dec 11 1788 which is the 2nd wifo of above oohn 
Neweomb and died Mar 5 1333, 

John Neweomb was married to his 2nd wife Johannah Robinson 
Jan 10 1809 

Rosey Ursula Robinson Neweomb the first dau of John and 
Johannah his wife was born June 4 1310 and died Oct 13 1813. 



115 Page 

VIRGINIA SEA SERVICE OP DAWSON COOKE OR COOK AGO MILDRED 
PAGE #3 W 4657 

Family records continued: 

Evellnla Newcomb the 2nd child of John and Johannah his wife 
was born Jan 17, 1813. Died Oct 9 1817. 

Wm Robinson Newcmb the 1st son of same was born 8-28-1315 
Johannah l.Iiltilda Newcomb the 3rd dan of same born Nov 17,1817 
John Carry Newcomb son of same born 3rd April 1820 
Mira Anno Newcomb the 4th dau of Samo bom Oct 19 1822 
Bradford Pattis Newcomb the third son of Joh and Johannah his 
wife was bom (paoer is torn lier/e ) 

MEMORANDUM OP BIRTHS AND OP SLAVES BELONGTON TO JOHN NEWCOMB SR 
India Keys the first dau Lydia born Feb 23 1821 
Bradick first son of Lydia was born April 26, 1823 
Susannah Johson 2nd dau of Dolly was born 4-25-1831 
Susannah Johnson 2nd - Dolly was born 4-25-1831 
Susann 

MEMORANDUM OF BIRTHS BELONGING TO JOANNA NEWCOMB 

Rachel Buckner , the first dau of Dolly was born 7-10- 1328 
Susannah Johnson 2nd dau of Dolly was born 4-25 1331 
Rachel Buckner first dau of Dolly was born 7-10-1328 



Bradfute Pettis Newcomb son of John N wcomb and Johannah his 
wife was born 3-3-1825 

signei L Palmer 
MEMORANDUM OP TIL, BIRTHS OP SLAVES BELONGING TO 
JOHN NEWCOoBs 

ARRINIA CURTIS FANNEY' S DAU v/as born Feb 15 1809 
Harrott Booth Fanny's dau was born Soot 27 1316 
Thomas Jackson first son of Fanny was born Jen 1 1819 
Joseph Robson? 2nd son of Fanny was born 12-28 1821 
Arrenah' s first son Julius was born Jan 7 1828 
Fanny the above dau of Arrenah was born Alar 20 1829 

MEMORANDUM OF THE BIRTHS SLAVES BELONGING TO ANN D MJEWCO: 
SALLEY a woman had first first child George was Born Nov 12 
1819. 
Mary Booker Salley first dau v/as born 12 11 1321 

MEMORANDUM OF THE BIRTHS OF SLA ES BELONGING TO J, 
NEWCOMB: JULIUS ROBINSON the first son of Arrenah v/as be rn 

Jan 7 1828 . 
Frances Robinson the first dau of Arrenah was born 3-20-1329 
John Robinson the 2nd son of Arrenah was born 3c £ -ii 12,1330 



JOHN NEWCOMB DIED March 10 1829 about 11 o'clock at 
night . 

MEMORANDUM OF BIRTHS OF SLAVES BELONGING TO JOANNA 
NBW0OL.B: 

Julius Robinson first son of Arranah was born Jan 7 1828 
Fanny Robinson first dau of same born 3-20-1829 
John Robinson 2nd son of same born 9-12- 1330 
Warne r 3rd son of same born May 5 1332 
John Joy Collins was born 9-18- 1837 
Wm Thomas born May - record not completed. 



VIRGINIA SEA SERVICE OF DAWSOl; COCKE OR COO T 'I AMD ivilLDR^D 
?AGE * ^ W 455/ H 5 . w Page 

MEMORANDUM 0? THE BIRTHS OP SLAVES BELONGING TO JOI i 

NEWCOMB; 

Julius Robinson the first son of Arrenah was born 1-7- 1828 

Fanny " first dau of same was born March 20 1829 

John " 2nd son of same was born 9-12- 1830 

John " 2nd son of same born So ,t 12 1830 repeated 

Joanna Newcornb diod karcb 5 1833 about 8 o'clock in 
morning . 

Mir a Ann Nov/comb was departed this life Nov 12 1333 
about 1 hour by sun in the evening. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN COOK AND MARY W 23865 Psee 

117— 
DECLARE I N made In GREENBRIER COUN r j VIE CNIA 1646 

November 20 by Mary Cook a resident cf said county s e 81 

who applied under the Act of July 2, 1838 also ct of March 3, 

1843, and stated she is the widow of John Cook, a private In 

the Revolutionary war and served in the re \ment of Guards 

1779 enlistment Feb 8th end served during the Barracks, 

w ich was 2 years and 9 months, after he left the barracks, he 

served 2 months in the militia at Winchester 7a, under Col 

Taylor and his captain was rarvis? j that she was married to 

John Cook 23 Aug 1786, that John Cook died June 3, 1823; 



e Rev "Tn t i ona ry war 
fterwards parched 



AFFIDAVIT OP MOSES FLE3HMAN? in Greenbriar Co Va 
at same time and place, was well acquainted with John Cook 
a soldier in the re iment cf Guards In t; 
and was stationed at Albemarle Barracks, ;. 
to Winchester, Frederick Co Va; that John Cook after leaving 
service, married about 1786 to the affiant's sister 
MARY FLESHMAN, now an applicant for pension.; that they were 
married at the House of Robert Fleshman, father of the affiant 

and Mary Fleshman, by clergyman named Smith, the 

affiant's father Robert Fleshman lived at the time the said 
marriage took place in CTJLPErrER COUNTY VIRGINIA. That 
this affiant was present at the wedding of his sister Mary 
and John Cook. 

In Greenbrier Co Va 1853 Mary Cook stated the names of 
children of herself and Joh Cook were Nancy Church, Thomas 
Cook, Malihda Thompson, Elizabeth Niese or Neese? 
Sarah Campbell, Lewis Cook, Jesse Cook, jjidors^n Cook and 

Elie or Elee Cook are the only children of Mary end J 

Cock. 

Affidavit of Archibald Campbell of Greenbrier Cc Va 
April 30 1847 states he is a clergyman, age 84, and is a 
pensioner under Act of 1832, for service in the Revolutionary 
war; that he was well acquainted with John Cook, for 25 years 
or 30 years and believes he was a soldier in the Revolution. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF LEWIS COOK S 39340 Fa S© 

118— 

DECLARATION was made in Camden District, South Carolina 
by Lewis Cook June 20 1313 states that at out December 1775, 
he enlisted in the continental service of the i T S under Capt 
Joseph Spencer of regiment of Va line, under Col Dangerfield, 
whose regiment was attached to the Brigade of General Woodford 
-that he enlisted for 2 years, aboub 2 months before that 

tour expired he enlisted under Col P. Eland re iment of 
Dragoons and Copt Be If our': and continued until Fob 17 79, when 
he was regularly discharged; that he deposited his discharge 
in Williamsburg Va for p rpose of obtaining arrears of pay, 
and clothingj that he was at the battles of Brandywine, 
Monmouth and Germantcwnj that he is now a petitioner of 
South Carolina, ^amden District, 

Lewis Cook stated in 1820 Nov 18 that ho lived with 
his two daughters, for support, but they are not able to 
support him. That ho has an aged and Infirm wife, who is 
seldom capable of affording him any material assistance. 
He resided in Camden in district of Kershaw South Care Una. 

Ho did not give name of wife and his two daughters 
mentioned above. 



PRIVATEER 

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VIRGINIA REVOLUTIONARY SERVICE A> T L 119— 
WAR OP 1812 of 

MATTHEW COOK R 22 38 

DECLARATION was made in Campbell County Kentucky, October 
10 1850 by Matthew Cook a resident of said cent;, age 75 
who applied under the Act of June 7, 1832. 

States he entered ser". xce as an enlisted solider 19 years 
of his age, on March 1, 1779, for two years in the capacity 
of a Cabbin Boy, in the Ship Pair American Liberty and 
continued to the first March 1781, and he then volunteered 
for six months longer, and still continued on board until 
after Cornwallis surrendered to Washington, under the follow- 
ing named officers, Capt Michael Jair.es, John Ewing, first 
mate, Elcany Shellcutt second mate, the first y year he states 
he was Cabbin Boy and the 2nd year he went before the mast as 
a Saylor, Commodore Jas Brren commanded the patriot and the 
Fair American Liberty, both privateer vessols, he further 
states that when he enlisted he lived in Virginia, In 

Northampton County and the reason of his enlistment was that 
he was engaged to be married to a girl that his father was 
opposed to the marriage and sent him 50 miles from home to gc 
to school and ho went to the ship as above stated and enlisted 
and did not return home for the space of 7 years, and when he 
returned homo ho took a wife with him, and he married, he in 
the army but not, while on Sea. Ho was enlisted 4 times in 
his life, 1st on sh p board, then under Wayne, then in 
LEXINGTON KENTUCKY, with to troops that went to CANADA was in t 
the battle at the River Raisin on 18 and 22 Jan 1813 and made 
prisoner at that time after he enlisted he states that the 
first time they went to sea and the 2nd time 1 T made no 
discoveries of much importance, but the 3rd time they had 
an engagement with t he Ship Gecrgo, on the Chesapeake Bay nea 
near Cape Charles, near the mcuth of James river and the 
battle lasted about one hour and the above named declarant 
managed the nelson during the battle and they took the Ship 
u-E0RjE, and had ono man wounded by name of WILLIAM COOK 



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PRIVATEER Page 

VIRGINIA REVOLUTIONARY SERVICE AND 120 

WAR OP IS 12 
? A GE 2. of MATTHEW COOK R2263 

but stated he was no relation of his. and they had one man won-. 

wounded and one killed and Capt James when in the Act of 

boarding the ship fell between the two vessels and lost his 

pistole cutlass and hat and was in danger of being drowned 

as the sea was somewhat rought at the time and he had to 

call for assistance, and was taken up by the largo boat, and 

the ship George was taken to Norfolk and sold as a prison 

vessel and the Capt and Hate were both put in Irons and taken 

to Norfolk and he does not know what was done with thorn, t .at 

ho was with the fleet of LaFayettc blocked up at the mouth 

of York river, when when Cornwall! s surrendered to 

Washington and the next day he went on shore with Capt Janes, 

That his papers were lost with the fire in V-.^ house of his 

son in FAYETTE COUNTY KY. . Tv/o witness; Wm Hume a clergyman 

in same neighborhood of Matthew Cook and pastor of the same 

church of which said soldier Matthew Cook is a member and John 

Byland a respectable person residing in same place are 

acquainted with the soldier. He STATED HE WAS BORN IN 
NORTHAMPTON COUNTY VA 11th April as my father statement tc 
me was. (year not given) -He lived in Va when called to 
sorvice , and went from there to North Car Una, and from 
there, ho moved to KENTUCKY^ FAYETTE COUNTY ana from there 
came to Campbell county, where he now lives and has lived for 
10 vears. He never was at the court house in this county only 
only on his way to CANADA WITH THE TROOPS IN 1812. He is 
acquainted with Wm B Northcutt, Esq. Capt Vita Sayer. 



VIRGINIA SERVIC OP PET^R COOK AND MARY W 6705 Page 

121— 
DECLARATION was made in Kanawha County Virginia 1847 

April 9th by Mary Cook a resident of said county are 85, 

who applied under the Act of July 7, 1838. She states she is 

the widow of Peter Cook, a soldier of the Revolution that Peter 

Cook enlisted in Culpep or Co Va under Capt Garland in Col 

Francis Taylor's regiment in the Va line on Continental 

establishment for 3 years and was discharged 1781 about April 

11th also served 2 other tours under Capt Ephraim Rucker, and 

another under Ambrose Bakerman? or Bohanan? 

She states her maiden name was Mary Carpenter that 

she was married in Culpepper Co Va to i^cter Cook about May 

27 1782 by Rov Mr Harris or Harrison? That she was the daughtr 

of John Carpenter, that after her marriage she lived in said 

Culpep ,<r Co Va 20 years and thence remo ed to Monroe in Va 

and lived about five years, thence to Kanawha C £s and 

lived 15 years, and the to MASON COUNTY VA and lived until 

death of her husband Peter Cook which death took place in Mason 
Co Va 50 March 1832; that she removed to Kanawha Co Va 1311 
that she was married to him prior to his leaving service . 

AFFIDAVIT IN KANAWHA CO VA A; J RIL 9, 1847 by Reuben 
Daggs who married Phcbo the 2nd child of Peter and Mary Cook 
; that Phebe was born 20 March 1735, 

Ho also furnishes the following family records: 
Peter Cook was married to Mary Carpenter May 27 1782. 
Solloman Cook was born 24 Feb 1733 and Fobcy Cook was born Mar 
20 1735 together with the births of seven other children of 
said Peter and Me. r y . 

ALSO AFFIDAVIT 1850 Juno 17, in Kanawha Co Va by 
Mrs Phebe Daggs, wife of Reuben Daggs age 69 and she has been 
informed that her mother Mary Co k died In this county April 
8, 1848. The clerk f an-wha Co Va male statement that 
Phebe Daggs, wife of Reuben Daggs, Elenor Cook, now Elinor 
Jordan widow of Jo n Jordan late of Mason Co, Va , POLLY C 
n w Polly Gallespic of Putnam Co Va, Hannah Cook of Kanawha Co 
Samuel Cook same Co, Elijah Cook of Putnam C; 'a and Juliana 
Cook of said co arc: t. e only surviving children of Mary Cook 
who arc now living. 



122 

VIRGINIA SERVICE CE THOMAS COOK AND MARTHA W 23355 Page -• - 

DECLARATION made in Charlotte county Virginia November 7, 
1839 by Llartha Cook, widow of Thomas Cook, age 77. 

It a j.ees from the record of Thomas Cook Vdhich is found 
in papers on fie in Claim for pension No W23355, based upon his 
service in the Revolution. This is the record of the only 
Thomas Cook or Cooke who served with the Virginia troops, found 
on file in the Revolutionary war pension records of the National 
Archives. 

Thomas Cook enlisted in Lunenburg County Va . sometime 
in 1777, served as private in Capt Hoard's and walker's compan- 
ies, Col Matthew's Va regiment, was in the battle of Camden, 
length of service 3 years. He enlisted early 17G1, served in 
± Capt Walker's Va company and was in the battib of Guilford 
Court House, and served 3 months. He served later in 1731, 
and was at the Siege of Yorktown, officers and length of 
service not stated. 

Thomas Cook married Dec 27 1784 in Amelia Co Va to Martha 
Vaughan. The date and place of her birth aE not given. She 
was the dau of Robert Vaughan, who was living at the time of the 
marriage of his daughter Martha, to Thomas Cook. The soldier 
Thomas Cook died Sept 7 1319. She died in Charlotte Jc Va 



mson 



June 15, 1340. survived by the following children; 
Elizabeth Prafelin, Nancy Davis, Mary Adams, Martha KVilk 
and Thomas Cook. 

Reference was made to one James Cook in 1734, then oi 
Amelia Co Va . John A. Adams was administrator of the estate 
of the widow, Martha Cook. The relationship of these persons to 
the family was not states . 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF WILLIAL COOK OR COOKE AND CLARA W 6703 
DECLARATION was made in King and Queen county Vir inia 
Sept 10, 1832 by William Cocke a resident afsaid county a e 70 
who applied under the Act of June 7 1832 and s tat as he entered 
service under Col l/Vm Davis, Capt Selden ana ethers. 
July 1, 1780 and was discharged 1st Jan 1782 That at t e time 
he entered ser- C e a he was a resident of Caroline Zo Va. 
that a draft was about to be nia.de of men in the com any of militi 
in which he mustered, commanded by C a t Richardson and that 
previous to the day he was to be drafted, he volunteered as one 
from the company to which he belonged, that he -was engaged in a 
battle called HOODS FORT ON JAMES RIVER against ARNOLD, the 
traitor, and he marched through the c untry on to south side 
of James River below Richmond and Petersburg, toe:: his company 
was marched to Guilford court house, N 0, but he was taken from 
his com any ad placed in the Artificers shop in ALBEMARLE CO VA 
to work as a Tailor, in making clothe se for the soldiers, und;r 
John Poyton and Wm Tebb3. Clothier General, to tho army, that 
he has no documentary evidence and that he knows of no person 
whose testimony he can procure who can testify to his services. 
Ho declares also that a part of the time, he was in service with 
Chief Justice Marshall, who was then ef a captain, that he did 
once have a conversation with Judge Marshall when he stated 
fact thathad occurred in the service which satisfied the Judge 
he had served and tho judge gave him a certificate; and he 
gave the certifi ate to a friend John Roane to end a 1 r b use it 
for his advantage who lost it. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF WILLIAi COOK OR COOKE and Clara Sf6708 
Page 2 continued: 

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DECLARATION was made a^,aln April 7 IC34 in in 

MORGAN COUWTY KENT GST, by n/illiam Cook, a resident :?f said oo 

age 70 on 11 October past, and stated he entered scr c,c as a 

substitute under Com and of Capt Sdraund Pendleton. 1780 in June. 

-substituted for Joseph Wilteker? who wao drafted from for 3 

months tour under Copt Edmund Pendleton. Joined ser ice in Car r 

Caroline Co Vi . And Marched to Hillsborough Ncrth Carolina, 

t at the army stayed there 5 or 6 wools, then m rched to 

Ruggle's Mill, 12 miles from Camden S 0; Inter entered service as 

a substitute for Joseph McGeo, who was drafted for a 2 month' 

tour. He joined the army Aug 1731, under Capt ho. ii son. Col 

Sampson Mathis, he j.ined the army in its march between Savage 

Field and ilaubin hill, Va from there they were marchi to 

Manakin Hill or haubin? Hill, Va. He was marched fr 'in there as 

a light infantryman to WILLIAMSBURG VA where he was exchanges? 
and having served out his two months, on Oct 1731, ho received 
his last discharge- he returned homo to Spotsylvania Co Va 
wher o he lived when ho joined the lost tine. 

THE WIDOW CLARY COOK made declaration in King and Queen 
Co Va Juno 5, 1843 age about 77; who applied under the Act of 
March 3, 1343. stating she is the widow of Wm Cook. 



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VIRGINIA SERVICE OF ZACHARIAH COOK S 'i2655 

DECLARATION was made in Greenbrier bounty Va 1330 

February 22, age 79 of Zaehariah Cook. 

The data which follow were obtained from the apers in 
pension claim S 42655 based upon service in the Revolutii 
war of said Zaehariah Coo!:.. 

He enlisted in Staunton, Virginia, October 1731, served cc 
private, 13 months in Capt Gamble and Moss' companies, Colonels 
Pebiger and Thomas Posey's Va regiments, was in several 
skirmishes, one at Savannah. Ke reenlisted at Cumber laud 
Court House, Va, date not seated, served as private one year 
in Capt Cock's company, Col Horse's (evidently meant for Col 
H awes' Va regiment- 

In 1335 . Zaehariah Conk moved from Vt to Pike County 
Ohio . 

In 1830 the wife of Zaehariah Cook was referred to as be- 
ing age 52, name not stated, and there arc no furthor data 
in regard to her o 

The following named children survived the soldier, 
Zaehariah Ccokj 

John Cook, Elizrbeth Cook, Mary Burgess, 
Nancy Gale, Margaret Zimmerman, Susan Zimmerman and Sarah 
Butler. 



VIRGINIA 

126--- 
— , > SERVICE OF GEORGE GREGORY 3 36765 PAGE 

DECLARATION «AS dADE IN WESTMORELAND COUNTY VIRGINIA 
iiiay 24 18.13, age 63but in 1620 ststed his age about 60. 

The data which follow are found in the papers on file in 
pension claim S 387G3. based upon service of George Gregory n 
t h e Re v o lu t i on ar y war . 

Ge.rge Gregory enlisted in Virginia in September 1775, 
served as a private in Japt Richard Parker's company Colonel 
Wo dford's 2nd Virginia regiment, also In Col Heth's Virginia 
regiment, marched from Williamsburg Va to Norfolk county and 
was in the battle of Great Bridge, later marched Into North 
Carolina and was discharged at the expiration of service of 
one year . 

In 1320 George Gregory's family lived with him at home 
in Westmoreland Co Va consisted of his wife, age about 40 and 
two children, aged six and four. The names of his wife, 
date and place of their marriage, and names of said chiddren 
are not shown. 

There are no farther data in regard to the soldier's famil; 

In order to obtain date of lost payment of pension, name 

of person paid, and possibly date of death of this pensioner 

you should apply to the Comptroller General, Con Accountin 

Office, Records Division, this city and cite the following: 

George Gregory, Certificate No 15317 
issued October 20 1819, rate of 08 per month. 
Commenced Hay 24 1813, under Act of March 18 1313 \ 

Virginia Agency. f r 



WAR OF 1312 VIRGINIA SERVICE OF ! 127— " 

FRANCIS T DRAKE SO 9405 - id S '1 23422 
Bounty land warrant 6516 for 160 acres In 1855 
Enlisted Aug 23 1314 and discnarged Sept 16 1314 
In 1850 and 1855 1371 and 1873 resided In Loudoun County Va 
and ho died Prior to M a y 23 1391. Ho served as a substitute f 
for Thomas Rogers. He also alleges that he hired a substi- 
tute . 

When he made declaration 1871 he stated he was 
draftod at Leesburg, Loudoun Co Va 24 Aug 1814 for 6 months 
and discharged at Ellicotts mills, Maryland 25 Nov 1314. 
Tiiat he obtained a land warrant that bh was a substitute 
for Thomas Rogers. States he was at Baltimore the time of 
the battle of North Point, after that battler ho was taken 
sick at ±s Snowdcns Iron licrks . 

Ho also made declaration in Loudoun Co Va April 13, 

1878 age 81 still a resident of Leesburg Co of Loudoun Va; 

status he served under Capt Ben Shraro? unaer Col A T r. 

that ho volunteered at Leesburg 23 Aug 1814. Was dischar^ 3d 
at Washington D C Scat 20 1314; t at since hie disch r e from 

service ho has rosided in Philadelphia as a student of 
medicine , located in Washington DC, Rappahannock Co Va., 
for 15 years, returned to Loudoun Or whore he now resides, 
that he was BORN in RAPPAHANNOCK CO VA . 



WAR OF 1812 1P q 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JAIjLS DRAKE AND ELIZABETH Page ~ 

WO 19447 VKJ 13237 bounty land warrant 50145 for CO sores 

in 1850 and 13332 for 80 acres in 1855; 

The residence of the widow 1352 to 1355 was RITCHIE 

COUNTY VIRGINIA and also 1878 in Ritchie) Co, Harri sville, 

West Virginia. Her maiden name was Elizabeth Sinnett. They 

married Sept 25, 1815 in Wood. County Virginia, and soldier die' 

May 15, 1845 in Ritchie County Virginia . He served as a 

substitute for S Murphy, 

The widow Elizabeth Drake made declaration in Ritchie 

county West Virginia April 30 1378 before Geor : ;e Amos, age £' 

83 , a resident of Harrisville, West Va said count yj to. 

is the widow of James Drake, who was a private under Capt John I 

Bogarth in the 12th Regiment of Virginia militia, t at he 

was drafted at CLARKE3URY on Jan 1, 1315 for 3 years 

and received honorable discharge April 1815; ; that she married 

in the vicinity of what new is Harri sville, in the then county 

of Wood, Va 25th Sept 1315 b„ one John Drake, a BAPTIST 

CLER YMAN and her name before marriage was Elizabeth Sinnett 

and she remains his widow. Tk t James Drake died near 

Harrisvil e Va 15 Llay 1345; that they have always lived at or 

near Harrisville Vc . Witnesses to hor signature were George 

Sinnett and Wm Harris in Harrisville, Ritchie Co W Va. 

One affidavit of Alva II Ayers, t Lived 
neighbor to 'JL s Elizabeth Drako for more than 40 years, knew 
her well before, at the time of and ever since death cf James 
Drake her husband either 1843 or 1344. 

To my certainlnty she has lived most of the t me 
with her neighbors, her children, WIL I Ala J DR^KE 
she that was Amanda Drake but now is Mrs Amanda Swadley. --11 
this time she has continued to be the widow ' • 3 Drake. 
The wdo stated in 1852 that her husband enlisted at 
Parkersburg. 



WAR OP 1812 ^ S ° " ^ 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF THOLAS DRAKE AND JERUSHA WO 34605 

WC 20435 
Ho served under Capt Elgin in the Virginia militie . 

Bounty land warrant No 25620 for 160 acres in 1355. 

Re enlisted August 23 1314 and was disc.: rged Se, t 15,1314, 
His residence in 1852 was Licking Count;- Ohio, and the widow 
lived there in 1855 and also 1879 in Fallsbur^, Lie": in Count 
Ohio, Her maiden name was Jerusha Baughman, t? whom he was 
married January 27 1835 in MUSKINGUM COUNTY OHIO. The soldier- 
died September 2 2 1353 in Licking county Ohio, and the widow 
died about ...arch 15, 1 :. 

T OMAS DRAKE 'made claim for Bounty Land in Licking county 

Ohio 1852 x.iav 1, age 75; stating ho served under Ca t Elgin 

the regiment of Va troops commanded by Col Mason and General 

Douglas in Va, that he was draftee by mass call at Leesburg, 

LOUDOH COUNTY (HE SPEELED IT "LOWDEN" Co VA, an or about trie 

24 2t August 1314 and continued in actual service for 55 days, it 

being in the late war with Engladn , -1312, and was dischar cd 

at the Brick fort 65 miles from Leosburgh, near Baltimore 29th 

Sept 1314; that he had a discharge from Capt Elgin - He makes 

this claim in rdcr to secure bounty land to v/h ch he may be 

entitled under Act of 0-28-1350. 

CERTIFIED COSY OF T i7 ilR MARRIAGE WAS FILED B"S THE 
MUSKINGUM COUNTY OHIO CLERK showing 27 Jan 1855 Thomas Drake 
of Pike „ township, Licking Go and Jerusha Bau hum of 
Jackson township, Iviuskingum county Ohio woro married by T Parke i 
Parker M G . 

JERUSHaH DR.u'E filed declaration for b id in said 
Licking Go Ohio 1355 April 16, stating her husband died 9-22- 
1353 in Licking Co Ohio. 



WAR OF 1812 130— Page 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OF THOMAS B. DRAKE SO 14141 SC 8809 

Bounty land w arrant 10431 of 40 acres in 1850 • 
No 23577 for 80 acres in 1355. 

He served as privateunder Cart Boas Ford in the; Virginia Militia 
Enlisted Aug 29 1814 and was disc, rged December 25 1314. 
His residence in 1351 and 1855 was Highland Count:,: Ohio and 
in 1371 at Hillsboro in said county. Maiden n; ife 

was Mary Newton, to whom he was married December 7 1815 s in 
BUCKINGHAM COUNTY VIRGINIA. 

DECLARATION was made May 5th 1371 in Highland County Ohio 
by Thomas B Dra e, ago 79 ard then stated his wife was Mary 
Newton; that he served full period of 4 months in bhe military 
service; that he was drafted in Capt Beaz Ford's fompany under 
General Cox, in BUCKINGHAM COUNTY VIR INTA 1314; and was 
discharged at Car. 1 .' Carter on account of sickness 1014; . 
He expected a battlo t Tapoahannock on Rap ahan ock river but 
the British left before they got there. 2 witness to his signa- 
ture were William J Drake and Peter iVilkin. He was on the 
roll of Cincin ati itgency 

His original discharge is filed showfcng the following: 
"No 54 Camp Carter Dee 25 1014; Thomas B Drake fr »n the 24th 
Regiment Buckingham County Va , now attached to Ca t Fords' Co 
7th Regiment 4th Brigade having lately hod the measles attended 
with a prodisposition to a pulmonary? debility, is , 

rendered incapable f performing - military dot 
is therefore discharged from the present tour of duty. 

Command. R J Sandidge, B J 4th Brigade ! J 
He applied in 1051 and 1355. in Highland Co Ohio stating 
about the same as the foregoing. 



WAR OP 1312 ? .. ... 

131- 
DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA SERVICE: OP WILLARD DRAKE 

SO 17476 SC 3973 bounty land warrants 33050 for 40 acres 

In 1350 and 62534 In 1855 for 120 acres. 

He ser.ed under Cant James Young's company of D. C. Militia 

and Capt John Davidson's company in the D G Militia; 

enlisted July 15 1813 and discharged July 26 1813, 

and enlisted again July 18 1314 and was discharged July 26,1814 

and enlisted again Aug 19 1314 and dischried October 3 1314. 

Resided 1851 and 1855 in Washington D C and in 1871 in Flushing, 

queens county How York. He married Margaret Wilson, and 

they married in Georgetown, D.c. 

Willard Drake made declaration In Washington D C 1871 

Aug 18, age 87 a resident of Flushing Queen Co Hew York, 

states he was married to Margaret Wilson in Georgetown, D C 

that he volunteered under Capt John Davidson at Washington D C 

He made declaration for bounty land in 1850 September 28 
in Washington D C ago 66. 

n'xso made claim for bounty land 1855 In Washington D C 
a.o;e 70 then. 



PACE ' 132— 
WAR 0? 1812 SERVICE IN VIRGINIA OF RIVERS OR RIEVES 

DRAKE AND ELIZABETH T 
IflflDeW ORIGINAL EO 447 

He served under Ja tain William Murphy in the Virginia 
militia. 

Declaration was made in CLARK COUNTY ILLINOIS 20th 
March 1871 before A B Briscoe in said county and state v/Lo 
who states that she is the widow of Rivers Drake who 
served full period of 60 days in the military ser ice 
and that she married Rivers Drake , who was a volunteer 
under Gapt Murphey, at RICHhOND, VIRGINIA in 1814 and was 
honorably discharged at Hampton Vir inla, 1314; that she 
has received land warrant for 160 acres ; tnat she was 
married to him under the name of Elizabeth T Turner j that 
said husband died in Clark County Illinois 1344 in September. 



WAR OP 1312 133 — 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP WELLS DRAKE AND MARY E. DRAKE PAGE 

S ° t??S^ S S 1? ^ W 40053 yVC 30633 bounty Land warrant 
-l!o225 for 160 acres In 1855 

Served as Corporal in Ga t John Critchelow' s cor:: any of 

Virginia raili&a, enlisted Feb 15 1313 a:,d was discharged Aug 13 

1813. He resided 1371 and 1372 in Susses count v Vi: 



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Wakefield Va. The widow resided 1330 in Sussex Count- at Wake- 
field Va. The Maiden name of soldier's first wife was Mary 5a;/ 
and maiden name of present wife was Mary Elizabeth Birdsong. 
They married Dec 8 1859 in Sussex county Virginia. Soldier died 
May 22 1330 in Sussex county Virginia - and widow died Oct 5, 
1892. 

Wells Drake of Wakefield Station PO Sussex Go Va 1872 was 
sometimes referred to as Wells Newsom Drake, but Newsom was a 
nickname it wac claimed. He filed declaration 1372 July 30 

The marriage certificate filed by the clerk of Sussex Co Va 

In 1880 June 1st showed his na:ne to bo WELLES IlhV/SO.li DRAKE 

Doc 8 1859 married Mary Elizao: th Birdsong - that is thejy obtain 

obtained marriage license on that date; and there is no other 

evidence there in his office, that some of the a.ers in his 
office were destroyed during the late war by the FEDERAL TROOPS. 

Mary E. Drake filed declaration July 1 1830. in Sussex Co 
Va. stating, thoj wore married in Sussex Co Va Dec 3 1859 by 
Robort Rawles a minister and that he died In sail county 1880 
May 22. That since his discharge they had lived in Surry, Southam 
Southampton and Sussex counties /"a. 

When Wells Drake filed declaration 1871 in Sussex Gc Va 
ho stated the name of his wife at that time was Mary Gay to whom 
he was married in SOUTHA rTON COUNT i VA 1317 

He stated he was discharged at Cranoy Island Fee 4 1314. 
He served 6 months under Capt Boneer'i to Port Powhatan Va and was 
afterward drafted under Oat John Critchet n 1 Southampton Co Va. 
later served under Cat Boiling Pierce. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP ANDR&l/ii DUHn S 42519 PAGE --i54___ 

DECLARATION was made in BUTLER COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA 1824 April 
8th, Pie gave his age then as 76 but did not state the date 
and place of his birth, nor names of his parents. He stated he 
had no family living with him at that time; he referred to his 
brother,, but did not designs te his name. 

The data which follow are found pension claim S 43519 
based upon service of Andrew Dunn in the Revolutionary war . He 
was the pensioner cited above, 

Andrew Dunn enlisted earl;; 1777 in Virginia, served as a 
private in Gapt George Rice's compan , Col Christian Pebiger's 
1 t:i va regiment, was transferred and served in Cap-t Simon 
Morgan's company, Col John Gibson's 13th Va regiment, was in the 
battles of Erandywiiie, Gernantown and Monmouth and in a skirmish 
at the White Rouse, and was discharged at Pittsburgh, having 
served 3 years. 

Andrew Dunn dica F bruary 9, 1834. 

In 1824 John Dunn, John Dunn Jr and Rolert Dunn of 

Butler County Pennsylvania made affidavit in behalf of the 

•■•soldier's claim for pension, no relationship stated tc Andrew 

Dnnn. 

\ In order to obtain name of person to whom the last payment 
of pension was made you should address the Comptroller General. 
General Accounting Office, Records Division, Washington D C and 
furnish the following; 

Andrew Dunn, Certificate No 19594 issued iiarch £4- 1826, 
Rate of $8 per month. Commenced Feb 7 1826 
net of Kerch 13 1818, Pennsylvania Agency. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JAMES DUNN S 8359 PAGE 

135— 
DECLARATION was made by James Dunn October 2, 1832, then 

a reside nt of Albemarle County Va. 

The Revolutionary war records of James Dunn which follows 
was obtained from papers on fil© in pension claim S 8359 based 
L'pon his service in that war. 

James Dunn wa3 BORN December 10, 1759 in Orange County Va 
and when a child his parents mo^ed to Albemarle County Va 
Names of his parents were not stated. 

While residing in Albemarle Co Va, James Dunn enlisted 
when about 16, and served 2 months as priaate in Capt Robert Harris 
Harris' company in Col Nicholas Lewis' Virginia regiment. He 
enlisted, date not given, and served 2 months in Capt Wm Dalton's 
company, Col 'otubblef ield' s Va regiment. He enlisted about June 1 
1, 1781 served 2 mont s in Capt Henry Burke's company, Col 
Reuben Lindsay's Va regiment. 

The papers in this claim contain no reference to wife or 
children « 

In order to obtain date of last payment of pension, name 
and address of person paid, and possibly d te of death of this 
pensioner, you should apply to The Comptroller General, General 
Accounting Office, Records Division, Washington, D. C. and gi r e 
the following: JA..1ES DUNN: CERTIFICATE NO 4916, issued Jan 31, 
1833, Rate of i§20 per annum, commenced March 4 1831, 
Act of June 7 1832, VIRGINIA AGENCY. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE 0? THOMAS DRAKE AND CATHARINE W 5264 

DECLARATION was filed in BEDFORD COUNT'*! TENNESSEE fcv 
Thomas Drake October 15, 1323 before Matt Martin . 

He stated he enlistee in Amelia County Virginia under a 
recruiting office] named Charles Year ley or Farley That ho 
was afterward attached to Ca t Parson's con. any in Col Whites 
regiment of horse, and afterwards was put in Col White's regie 
regiment of Col William Washington , ; s regiment, 

cf horse j that he waa in the battle of Guilford under General 
Greene: and proceeded on to South Carolina and joined General 
Marion under Col Lee and was present at the taking of Scotch 
Lake Port, called Port Watson, that he served afterwards and 
v/ent as one of an escort from General Green's army as he 
understood that while in Virginia, he Joined a company of 
infantry under Col -athews and was at the surrender of Cornwal- 
lis and was discharged in Richmond, Virginia and received a 
certificate, but his dischar e ho has lost. 

AFFIDAVIT OP CATHARINE DRAKE IN BEDFORD COUNTY TENNESSEE 
April 15, 13o2, age 76, who applied under Act of March 3,1843, 
and 17 June 1848, & Jul;> 29 1343. Stating she is the widow of 
Thomas Drake. She states they wore married in Brunswick County 
Virginia 1793 and he died 15 August 1834. 

TnE COUNTY COURT CLERK CF BRUNSWICK CO VA in 1353 July 
23 made certified copy of marriage record of Thomas Drake 
who married Caty Vaughan, by Aaron Brown, M G M E C 
returned 6th February 1808 the list of marriages 
solemnized by Aaron Brown 1302, August I2th. Catharine Drake 
was ago 77 1853 In Bedford Co Tenn states she ?s a 
resident of Bedford Co Tenn, widow of Thonas Drake deed. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE CP WILLI Ay DRAKE AND A i A Y' 3675 PAGE 137— 

DECLARATION WAS JADE IN FRANKLIN COUNTS VIRGINIA 33 
WILLIAI.. DRAKE 1826 October 21, age 70 and he died there 
Jan 6, 1329. 

Prom the papers in the Revolutionary war pension clain 
WD675 it appears that William Drake enlisted in Fincastle, 
Botetourt county Virginia, April o, 1777 and served 3 years 
as a Sergeant in Capt iPerkins* company, Colonel Samuel Hawes' 
Virginia regiment . 

Soldier married June 1735 in GJESTSRFLELD COUNTY VIRGINIA 
to Anna or Nancy Chappel. She died August 15, 1347 in Hardin 
C ount y Ke n tu c : y . 

Their children vers i 

Janes Drake born November 12 1739 

Ann or Anna Drake bcrn Au ust 27 1792 married a Winter. 

William Drake born June 27 1794 

Cad Drake bom February 15, 1796 

Ande Drake bom April 11, .1793 

Abraham or Abram Drake born Jan 12 1799 

Thomas Drake born Sept 14, 1302 

Nancy Drake born ... arch 17 1307 died when she was 16 of age 

Martain Drake bom Sept- 19, 1312 

In 1351 James, Anna Winter, Win, Cad and Abram only 

surviving children, were living in Hardin County Ky. 
T o county court Clerk :f Chesterfield Cc \. stated in 1351 
that "he can find no evidence of the marria ;o of '.•',- Drake to 
Ann alias & Nancy Chappel. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP CHARLES CARTER S 1649 Page 138— 

DECLARATION was made June 3, 1033 in McMlnn County Tennesse 

by Charles Carter, Senior age 70, applied under the Act of June 

7, 1332. States he entered ser'.ice . 

That he was BORN 1762 in POWHATAN COUNTY VIRGINIA. That 

ho entered service about 1779 or 1780 under Capt Edward Hansford 

or Mumford and Lieut Thomas Hubard, that while under them 

he marched from where he entered w! oie resided at the time 

in Powhatan Co Va tc North Hampton to prevent the British 

troops from landing on the American side. They remained there 

about six weeks, received discharge and returned hone to 

Powhatan Co Va, afterwards this declarant in one of the above 

mentioned yeas, was called upon as a militiaman in said county 

and marched to HILLSBOROUGH NORTH CAROLINA and was mustered 

into service, his officers were Capt William Mayo and Lieut 

Thomas Hubard, the principal officers were General Stephen, 

Col Polknor, from Petersburgh and Major Boyd, they marched 

from Hillsborough N C to DUDGILAS, night be Rudgers • Hills 
and there they met or joined with the army of General Gates 
and DcCalb with others to march in front of the army from 
Hillsborough to Camden or Camden South Carolina where the 
English tro ;.pg wore stationed and on the route he and ho and 
balance of his company got into a skirmish with the British 
at which piece he received a wound in his loft hip and was 
brought back to Rudgelers mills and thence to Ilil sborough 
where they staid until the March following, in August, - was 
in the battle of Guilford II C, rec&ivod discharge, served 10 
months and returned hone to Powhatan Co Va 1781, in May 
he joinod a volunteer com any of horso and served until seigo 
of York and was in various skirmishes one at Petersburg 
and one at JAMESTOWN . His officer was Littlebery Mosby? 
Capt and Wafio Mosby Lt Col Gait and Maj Stith -after seige of 
York he received dischare- -he removed from Va to Jefferson Co 
Tennessee and from there to McMinn Co Tenn where he now resides 



Fags 139--- 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OP WILLIAM JONES B.UNTY IAND WARRANT 12274 

The bounty land warrant was issued November 2, 1792 
to Robert i ie an s , a s si gne e . 

There Is no folder for this soldier- Merely the 
information concerning the issuance of warrants carded on this 
(Large Card ) on this form is found in volumes 2 to 4 of 
Land Warrants issued prior to 1800, which are registers of 
bounty land warrants, issued to non-commissioned officers an:! 
privates under congressional resolutions of September 16, 1776 
and subsequent dates . Other records relative to the applications 
for warrants appear to have been destroyed in the iiVar Department 
fire of November 9, 1800. Information concerning warrants 
surrendered to the Federal Government is to be found in General 
Land Office records in The National Archives. 



VIRGINIA SERVIC OF GEORGE HARLAN AND CATHARINE W 8018 p 140 
DECLARATION was made in iiERCSR COUNTY EKJTJGICY JULY 27, 
1332 by GEORGE HARLAN a resident of Lincoln Count: Kentucky, near 
town of Danville, A.ercer Go Ky age VI on the 21st June last, state; 
that his declaration was made under the Act. of June 7 1832; that 
in his 16th year of age ho enlisted in Virginia at the Glades 
of Sandy Creel:, in what county, he does net recollect with the 
ooptain James Teal in Col Crawford's reginsnt, then called the 
13th Va regiment, but was afterwards reduced to t he 9th Regt 
for 5 years. After enlistment be was inarched with the regiment 
to Philadelphia, , Col Crawford having resigned , that he enlisted 

Jan 7 1777, after remaining at Philadelphia, Valley Forge and 
other places until sometime in 1773, we were marched to Pittsburg 
and at length to Wheeling, whore he ser./cd until he was entitled 
to discharge, when he returned to Pittsburg, where he obtained 
discharged from Lt C 1 Richard Campbell, that after his discharge 
at Pittsburg, he removed to KENTUCKY in the foil of 1780 and 
rosided at HARLAHS' STATION Upon SALT RIVER and as well as he 
now recollects too date, the latter part of 1783, a certain 
Thomas Hartley, who then resided at same station proposed that 
if he would give him his discharge he would take it with him to 
the FALLS (NOW LOUISVILLE KY) and would mako inquiry 1 
Richard C Anderson, who kept his office near at least not far 
from Louisville and would on his return tell me how I o.uld get 
my land and etc. He acceded to his proposition, but thinking 
as the INDIANS were troublesome, that he might be kill3d on his 
v/ay, I got the late Uajor Jeremiah Briscoe, then also a resident 
at HARLAN'S STATION, to take a copy which ho did nad v:as 



Page 141 

VIRGINIA SERVICE OP GEORGE HARLAN AND CATHARINE W 09^3 
PAGE 2. 

witnessed by hin, James Harlan, deceased and Edward Brownfield el 

also deceased which is the copy now forwarded; t: at sometime 
afterward, he went to Col Anderson's office i : > inquire about 
his land, when upon examining his boohs he informed him that 
his land lay upon clear creel: in now state of OHIO orj had been 
entered in his office in the name of EVANS, assignee Df 

GEORGE HARLAN. He afterwards wont to Chilli cothe ( 
(Onio) and saw Evans, bat got no satisfaction about his land, 
nor have "I over obtained it ,; . 

At sanetime and place, Philip Walker, of Washington Go Ky 
being prosent states that he knows George Harlan, the same 
person who enlisted and served as above stated; that he knew 
him in the service, that he enlisted for 3 years and ; t at ho 
served as he verily believes his full torn;. Witness Philip 
Walker is now in his 75th year. 

The original discharge was filed signed 1730 March 19 
by Richard Caupbel , Lieut Colo in the Va regiment. 
showing he served 3 years, in the Sth Va re iment in 
Continental army. 

DECLARATION was ;r.adc in Lincoln Counts Kcnto.c y December 
10, 1338 before Hun John L Bridges Circuit Judge for 
said state, by sirs Catharine Harlan, of said county widow of 
George Harlan, age 74 who applied under the Act of July 7, 1330 
States she was married to George Harlan 14tb Aoril 1733 at 
HARROD'S STATIC!! in Lincoln Co Va( but now hercer Co Ky), 
That they wore married by John Cowan a J P; that she was BORN 
in Lincoln Co North Carolina 14th December 1763: that George 
Harian died at his residence in Lincoln Co Ky 24 Jan 1337- 
That she remains his widow. That her maiden name was 
CATHARINE POPE. That there is a family record of the 
marriage showing George harian and Catharine Pope were married 
April 14 1783. 

THE FAMILY RECORDS PILED IN THE ORIGINAL FOLLOWS: 
George Harlan was BORN June 21 1761, Catharine is Pope was 
Born 14 Dec 1762. 

G-^urge Harlan and Catharine Pone married 14 April 
1733 . 

Elizabeth Harlan was BORN 23 October 1784 and died June 9 

1785 
Jacob Harlan born 14 April 1786 
Christiana Harlan Born 31 March 1788 
HENRY HARLAN WAS BORN May 19 1790 
Jcremiam Harlan was B RN 11 September 1792 
Mary Harlan was born 30 January 1795 
George Harian was born February 15 1797 
JAMBS HARLAN was born 19 March 1799 
JOSEPH HARLAN BORN 25 July 1301 

one daughter, (no name stated) born Nov 5 1003, deed 

on the 20th Nov 1803 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP GEORGE HARIaN AND CATHARINE W 3918 p 142 — 
PAGE - continued: 

3 » FAMILY RECORDS CONTINUED: 

BENJAMIN HARLAN WAS BOM 20 October 1804 
Susanna Harlan was born March 5 1807 
John Harlin was born 17 July 17, 1311 
CHRISTIANA HARLAN was 

Deceased Au ust 19, 1808 

LEFT SILAS HARLIN who was born on 10th December 1804 

--(no i explanation about the w^rd ''left") 

also a dau hter named Mademasella (oarer faded) 22 Nov 

1805 departed this life Aug 13 1808 

Affidavit of Jacob Harlan in Lincoln Go ky to bo used 
as e idence on an application :-f Catharine Harlan, widow of 
George Harlan. 

He states ho is the oldest son of George and 
Catharine Harlan, now age 52 (Fob 1, 1333) ad always lived 
in the family of his father - since death of his mother; states 
that the papers here to annexed - family record, is that which 
has for now mora than 20 years been preserved and kept in his 
father and mother's family as the family record. 'Which is in 
the hand writing of one JACOB SWOPE, who is the uncle of his 
having been his mother's (I suppose he moans brother, but he 
statos ''sister' 1 ) 

Also affidavit of Elizabeth Brisc.o. in fiercer Co Ky 
1833 Dec 27th age 75, stating she is a sister of GEORGE HARLAN 
husband of Catharine. That she was present at the marriage 
of Goorgo and Catharine which took place 1733 April, 
by John Cowan J P. 



HARLAN 
VIRGINIA SERVICE OF RAZEN R Go REZIN R/ R 4609 PAGE 143 - — 

DECLARATION was made in St Charles County Missouri by Razin 
Harlan July 19, 1825 before Nathani 1 B Tucker, Judje of the 
2nd Judicial circuit for St Charles Oo Mo, a 3 states that 
he enlisted in the army of the United Statos sometime In October 

1778 in the SPY COMiANV OF CAPT JOHN BIGGS in the regiment of 
Col Samuel Lie Cull ought in the line of the state of Vir inia. 
and s or cd 3 years on the western frontiers of 7a and Pennsylvan- 
ia and took the oath of allegiance to the U S before Jol John 
Gibson, that in Oct 1781 ho was entitled to a discharge 

and roceivod one from Ca t Biggs, but ho remained in the service 
under after the defeat of Col Crawford; that his original disch 
certificate of having taken the oath of allegiance was lost 
with other papers in the Miami river. 

DECLARATION was also made Mar en / 1334 i 

in MERCER COUNTY KENTUC Y by Rezin R Karlan, a citizen and 

resident of said county and state Age 71 who applied under the 
Act of June 7, 1832. States he entered service Feb 1778, in the 
militia in that part cfVa, now called OHIO COUNTRY in Cat John 
Biggs and pa?forr.«d militia duty until Nov following when at the 
request of Col Gibson of PITTSBURGH, he and others mot at a place 
then called Catfishos camp, now WASHINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA. The 
Oath of Allegiance was there administered to him by Col Gibson 
- He states °I then enlisted, with others to serve for 5 years 
or unless ocaco was made . 

Also 1780 marched under Maj Joseph Ogle to an Indian town 
on the Muskingam river, where they killed 15 Indians and burnt 
the town. States he was BORN IN FREDERICS COUNTY MARYL 
17" 62 June 23 now have lived in Mercer Cc Ky for about 5 years 
but he was raised principally in BERKLEY CO VA until age 15, 
then removed with his uncle Michael Rawlings to Pennsylvania, near 

where Cannonsburg now Is and lived with him fcntil t cemen 

of 1778 when he removed with him to now county of Ohio, Va, Feb 
1778. After the war he went to Tennessee, thon North Carolina, liv< 
lived until death of his wife in 1794, -he assisted his father froi 

Berkley Co Va to state of Ohio 1795, for sometime after that was 
engaged drrvmnvais (driving his team) 

In St Clair"Co Illinois 1835 Benjamin O3I0 made statement 
tat he was well acquainted with Resin 2 Harlan in the Revolution. 



CONTINENTAL SERVICE OF JOHN JOHNSON OH JOT. ST ON p 144 

(VIRGINIA RESIDENCP OF SON IN 1328) 

Bounty lard warrant 1362, f 
for 100 acr 

It appears that John Johnson, alias Johnston, enlisted in 

the spring of 1779 una served to the end of the war in 1783 

as a soldier in ARMAND'S CORPS OF TE2 CONTINENTAL LINE, 

REVOLUTIONARY WaR . No further particulars of service, dates 

of his Dirth and death are not stated. In 1823 William 

Johnson of EEDFoRD COUNTY VIRGINIA, stated that he was a 

sen and one of the heirs cf John Johnson, 

No further data as to family. 

Note in t e files < 

"Received from oho Secretary of war, lend warran 

V/arrant No 1362 issued for the heirs of John Jrhnson 

alias Johnston. For IOC acres 

Dated at Chamblln Store , 14th September 

si nod Leroy Jordan, 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OF JOHN JOHNSTON OR JOHNSON S 3753 p 1^3--- 
• (BORE IN IRELAND) 

DECLARATION was made in MORGAN COUNTY VIRGINIA 1033 April 

26 by John Johnston age near 100, who ap lied under the Act 

of 1832, and stated that he entered the militia service in a 

company commanded by Capt John Lyle of Berkeley County Virginia 

in Battalion commanded by Major Scott in a regiment com landed 

by Col Morrow. That ho served two years. Ho was in an 

expedition against the Indians called Mcintosh's Campaign. 

His sufferings during the expedition was very great, and helped 

build two forts, to witj Fort Mcintosh on the bank of the OHIO 

River and also Fort Laurens. Ho was not in any battle, he 

marched from Berkeley County Virginia, his then place of 

residence to the western parts of Virginia and to the western 

parts of Pennsylvania and into the heart of the Indian country. 

among tribes called the Tuscarawas. The only person whom he 

knew, Robert Pinkerton of Berkeley Co has died a few years ago. 

He states he was Born 1732, in the Kingdom of Ireland. 

He lived in Berkeley Co Va when called into service and 

continued to live In that county, until MORGAN county was formed 

formed, which fell into the latter county (Morgan) and still 

lives there. States no was drafted .-He knew Col Morrow of 
Shepherd's town, who was with them, Major Scott, General 
Mcintosh. 

States he is known to Jonathan Jones J r, Henry Myers, 
Col Robert Guthrie, John Sherrard? Jacob Ash, John Hutchinson 
Isaiah Buck, Samuel Abernathy, Col Neely, J P, Jacob Richard 
clerk of superior and inferior courts of this county. 
Wm Armstrong Congress an Judge Pendleton, Gen Boyd, Charles 
Jones or James. James Faulkner, Es2 of Berkeley. . 



VIRGINIA SERVICE OP JOHN JOHNSTON OR JOHNSON S 31163 p 146— 

DECLARATION was made In HENRY COUNTY KENTUCKY 1032, Jul 
July 51, stating he was BORN 1757 in CULPEPPER COUNTY VIRGINIA 

The data furnished below were obtained from papers on 
file in pension claim S 31160 based on the military service of 
John Johnston in the Revolutionary war. 

John Johnston (as his signature is shown In the claim) while 
residing in Culpepper county Va enlisted 1777, served as a private 
at various times in Jptains Browning' s and William Green's 
companies, Col Lewis Virginia regiment; ho was in the battle of 
Petersburg and in an engagement near Richmond with Tarloton's 
troops of Horse, length of service about 10 months. ± art of his 
service was as a substitute for his father. 

The payers on file In this claim contain r.o reference to 
wife or children of the soldier, John Johnston. 

In order to obtain date of last payment )f pension, names 
and address of person paid and possibly date of death of this 
pensioner, you should apply to THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL, G ERA 
ACCOUNTING OFFICE, Records Division, D C and furnish the 
following data: 

"JOHN JOHNSON, SENIOR (as he was pensioned) 
Certificate No G33 , issued October 19, 1052, d rata of $60 per 
annum, commenced March 4 1851, under Act of Juno 7 1052, 
KENTUCPY AGENCY ." 



VIRGINIA SERVIfl OF JOHN DULIN S 39463 Page 147--- 

DECLARATION made 1827 December 24th in FAUQUIRE COUNTY 
i/TRGINIA by John Dulin, age 74, who ap lied under the Acts of 
Liar eh 13 1613 and May 1st, 1320, states he served in a company of 
Captain WILLIAM PICKETT on the Culpepper Minute Battalion ooswende 
-ded by Col Lawrence Taliaferro, Col " Edward Stevens and Ma r 
Thoi.ias Marshall; that lie afterwards in the Spring or 1776 
at Pauquire court house Va, enlisted under Capt John Chilton 
in the 3rd Virginia regiment, commanded by Col Hu ;h Mercer and 
subsequently by Col Vfeadon and Col Thomas Liar shell in the lino 
of the State of Virginia on Continental establishment , for one 
year; and continued to service in said corps until end of the 
term of his enlistment, when ho was dischar-ed near VALLEY 
FCRG3-J! Pennsylvania by Col Thomas Marshall. 

He states he was seised or possessed of two tracts of land 
one containing about 130 acres, the other about 230 acres, 

He refers to the sale of these 2 tracts, and the deeds 

are filed with the papers. Very lengthy. Also c urt cases from 

John T Baliss, vs John Dulin and etc and hr.i Dulin 1323 

George Calvert, of Joseph Carr Vs John Dulin 

John Scott vs John Dulin and Win Dulin 

David Briggs, admr of George P Bowles, vs Vlfci Dulin and John Dulin 

1325 
Thomas Settle, assignee of Duval Payne vs John Dulin 1327 

The names of Joseph Chilton, and Henry Pits 
and Thos Jennings, and John Marr, Wm Horner and Thos Ingram 
the names of John "Dulin and P W Brooks , John A './ £.' Smith 
Francos his wife. 1826 between them of Pauquire Co Va and 
Francis W Brooke of Pauquire a deed. To lengt! y to copy here. 
AFFIDAVIT OF SAMUEL COX age 71 in Fauquirc 3o 
1328. Knows John Dulin enlisted in spring 1776 in said county 
under Capt John C iltcn. 



VIRGINIA SERVICE 0? WILLI Ail DULA R 5112 

rage 148— 

The data which follow in regard to William Dula were obtained 
from the papers on file in pension claim -1 3112, based \ >m 
his service in the Revolutionary war. 

William Dula was BOHN March 17 1756 in Orange county 
Virginia . 

While residing in Rockingham county Virginia, William Dula 
stated thathe served 3 : ; months under Capt Hopkins tod marched to 
Point Pleasant on the OHIO river and had a battle with the 
SHAWNEE INDIANS, atwhich time the Indian Chief Kill CORNSTALK 
AiD HIS SON WERE MASSACRED; that he seraed 18 months in Ca; !: 
David Laird's company of militia; that he served 3 months in Ca t 
Jeremiah Boasley's company of Militia and was in the tattle 
of Jamestown and a skirmish at /illiamsburg. 

After the Revolution the soldier lived 3 years in Henry 
county Virginia, then mo ed to WILKES COUNTS NORTH CAROLINA and 
was living there when he applied for pension Au ust 1, 1833. 

William Dula' a application papers were returned for amend- 
ment and ho died before completing the claim. In 1352 he was 
referred t. as deceased, no definite date being givem 

In 1352, reference was made to children of William Dula, 
hut their names and name of his wife are not shown., 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29 VIRGINIA PENSION 

ABSTRACTS: 

ADAMS COUNTY OHIO 9 

" Mary 122 

" John A 122 

Abe mat hy j Samuel 145 

Adams, John Lieut 54 

Accomack, Co Va 106 

ALBEMARLE COUNT ' VA 135 
90— 67— 79— 62 — 123- 112- 48 

Albemarle Barrack:-: 117 

ALDERSON, JOHN REV 4 

ALEXANDRIA VA 101 

36- 

Alford, W D 104 

Allegheny Co Va 1-108 

Amherst County Va 8—33- 61- 
93_ 8—59 

Amelia Co Va 136- 122- -80 
Amelia Court House 58 

Amos, George 128 

Anderson, Richard C 140 

Andrew, John 35 

Armand, Legion Col 77- 

Armand's Corps- Continental 
Line 144 

Armandi, Gen 84 

x-irmstrong, Wm Congress) an 

145 

ARNOLD, the Traitor 123 
Ash, Jacob M5 



Page 149 

AK 

ASKINS, NANCY 66 

A t kins on , Je s ae 28 

Atkinson, Joseph 28 

Augusta Co Va 89- & 2 

Augus t a M 3 i n e 4 6 

La ton Rouge La. 56 

Larran, Fielding 36 

Barron, Thomas M 75 
Barron Co Ky 11 
Ball, Burgess Col S3 
B&RR&CKSVITE WEST VA 29 
Bath Co Ky 38 
Batons Bridge 37 
BarnesvilLe, Ohio 53 
Bassett, Burwell 72 
Battley, Jos. P 47 
Baker, Roland 25 
Bakerrnan, Ambrose 121 
Balise, John T 147 
Baughman, Jer-asha 129 
Bayly, Thomas N 106 
Bedford Co Tern 136 
Belmont Co Ohio 34 
Belfast Va 40 
Belmont Co Ohio 53 
Bell, Mary J 57 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VTRGINL 

Bordan, III cr IU 59 

Belmont Co Ohio 10 

Bedford Co Va 12 

Bedford Co Penna 84 

Berks Co Fenna 87 

Berkley Co Va 8? 

Bedford Co Va 44 

Berks Co Penna 86 

Berkeley Co Va 86 

Bedford Co Va 42 

Beasley, Jermiah 148 

Berkley Co Va 145 

Berkley Co Va 143 

Beatrice, Nebraska 56 

Biggs, John Capt 143 

Bird, S H 104 

BIrdsong, Mary Elizabeth 133 

Biryley, W Va 
BIrkley West A/a 41 

BLACKWELL, WM CAFT 39 

BLACKBURN, CRIT 100 

Blankenship, Lucinda 107 

Blankenshjbp, Lucy 107 

Bletcher, Abram Capt 97 

Bland, R Col 118 

Blount Co Tenn 67 

Boyce, Wm Major 37 



PENSION Page 150 

ABSTRACTS: 

BOHANNAN , AMBROSE 121 
Bogarth, John Cent 128 

Bottetourt Co Va 1, 137,103 
108 

Bonner, David 21, 

Boone, Co Va 104 

Bottoms, Bridge 16,58 

Bowles, George F 147 

Bowman, Abraham 73 

Brandywine Battle 134, 34 

Brewer, Catharine 111 

Brewer, Sadesville 111 

Braddock's defeat 93 

Brandywine 46 

Brandywine Battle 94 
67—118- 

Brewer, Catharine 110 

Bradley, Abraham Major 20 

Branch, Benjamin 63 

Briscoe, A 3 132 

Briggs, David .147 

Briscoe, Jeremiah Major 140 

Briscoe, Elizabeth 142(142) 

Britton, Joseph 48 

Br is ton Bridge Va 42 

Britton, Hannah 45 

John 45 

Brittain, or Brittain or 
Britton, John 47-46-45 



INDEX to Volume 29, VIRGINIA PENSI' 

BRI r 'TEN, JOHN 45 

Richard 45 

Matilda 45 

Emily 45 
Bridges, John L 141 
Bridge, Lincoln General 37 
Brier Creek battle 75 
Brown, Aaron 136 

" Christopher Capt 20 

Thomas 81 

Henry 12, Reverebd 
Brook/, Bonn 72 New Jersey 
Brooks, Nelson 12 
Brownfield, Edward 141 
Brooks, F W 147 
BRUNSWICK COUNTY VA 136-56 
Brunswick New Jersey 86-78 
Eruba er, Abraham 109 
Bruce, Lemuel 58 
Brushwood, James 113 

George W 113 
Bryan, Miranda 669 68-66 
Buncombe Co N C 64 
Buford, Abraham 33 
Buford's fefeat 1 5 S C 
Buckingham c o Va 130 
Buchanan, Alexander 95 
Buck, Isaiah 145 



IT ABSTRACTS - Page 151 

BULLINGTON, ROBERT 54 

Bunt on, Thomas 54 

Buncombe Co II C 42 

Burroughs, George 7 

BURKE CO OA 76 

" Henry Capt 135 

Burke Co Ga 94 

Burly, Garland 64 

Burnell, or Burwell, Lewis 
Colonel 37 

Butler, Sally 28 

Butler Co Penna 134 

Butler, Wn General 36 



Camden, Di st S C 75 

Camden S C 124 

Campbell, Richard 14] 

Carr, Joseph 147 

Camlln, Polina 27 

married in Rockbridge Co V: 

Campbell C Ky 120 

Cabell, Samuel 67 
Davies 67 

Carpenter, Mary 121 

John 121 

Sarah 117 
Camden District S C 118 
Carpoen Co Ky 119 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS: Page 152 



Carter, Charles 137 
Campbell, Archibald 117 Rev 
Caroline County Va 124 
Calvert, George 147 
Camden, S C 138 
Canada 120 
Campbell C va 12 
Campbel , Richard 140 
Camden, Battle 38 
Cabell, Joseph Capt 93 

Nicholas 93 
Camden, S C 37 _36 
Cake, Lewis 72 
Carter, Edwa d 102 

"Christopher L 102 

Charles 99 

Carr, Mary 4 

Caroline Co Va 123 

Carrollton , 111 59 

Cantonment Va 107 

Casey Co Ky 62 

Caswell County North Carolina 

Chapman, Reuben 100 

" John G apt 48 

Cha;ppel, Nancy 137 

Charlottsvilie Va 8 

GENERA T ASSEMBLY- "112 

" 67 



CHEROKEE INDIANS 12 

Charlotte Co Va 122-100-13 

Charleston, Pall of 94 

South Carolina- 
37 

Cnesterf eld Co Va 137-99- 
58-63 

Chamberlain, Wm 15 

Chamblin Store 144 

Charles Co Missouri 143 

Christine, George W 36 
Rowene 36 

Chilton, Joseph 147 

Charaw South Carolina 42 

Cherry, Wm 90 

Chi Ids, Rachel A 53 

Chillicothe Ohio 141-43 

Chillicothe towns Ohio 81 

Christian County Ky 77 

Jarre s P 55 
CHRISTIANSBURG VA 105 
Chilton, John 147 
Church, Nancy 117 
19 CLARK COUNTY KY 80 
Clark Co Illinois 132 

Jonathan Cat 73 

Benjamin 73 

George 73 

Joseph 73 



INDEX TO VIRGINIA PENSION A3S' 
Clark, Benjamin 73 

Henry 73 

Christopher & Sarah 51 

Bathsheba S 71 

Robert 71 

Robin 71 

Jose oh 71 

Lewis 72 

James 70 

Mary 70 

Anr D 70 

Elizabeth 70 

Eunice H 70 

Absolom 68 

Nancy 68 

A tkins 68 

Rebecca Wallingsf ord 68 

Sarah 64 

Ge orge 64 

William 64 

Martha 64 

Ann 64 

Rebecca 64 

R Thomas J 64 

Baths heba 70 
Martha E 71 
W m D 70 -71 

Ann B 71 



Page 153 
?RACTS VOLUME 20: 

CLARK, MARGARET T 60 
Clark, S S $5? 

S T 59 

James 60 

Margaret 60 

James H 60 

James 61-55-63 
M t 60 

George 55 

Ann 55 

Alonzo B 57 

Hatcher 53 
Elizabeth 53 

Albert 61 
Horatio M 61 
J times 62 
KcOa-er 61 
Rebecca 6" 1 

Mar y or 

Nany 61 

Virginia 61 
Win 61 
Absolom 66 
roily 66 
Nancy Askins 66 
Catherine 70 
Jonathan 69 
Miranda 68 
Henry J 57 



VOLUME 29 Index to Virgin a 
Clark, Slips 53 
Rachel A 53 
Lark in 70 
Martha E 70 
Reuben 70 
Henry J 57 
J 57 

Francis 54 
Sallie R 54 
Ellison 52 
Ann C 52 

Letitia 67 
Mary 68 
Sally T 70 
Sarah 55 
Horatio N 61 
Nancy 61 
Benjamin 50 
Eliza J 50 
Anna C 52 

L B 52 

roily 91 

Thomas 91 
John 64 

Catharine 64 

Eleanor 62 

Mary 66 



Page io4 
Pension Abstracts: 

CLARK, GENERAL G-E RC-ji ROGERS 82 

John 54-66,67,68 

Joseph Rev 74-78 

Rebecca 66 

Benjamin 49 

Yin D 70 

Tabitha 70 

George W 56-73 

Lettico 49 

John B 49 
CLARKSBURG WEST VA 128 
Clinton County Ohio 49 
CLOWER, HENRY nR CLOYER 74 
Clower, George 73 
COBB, COUNTY GA 76 
Clark, Henry 59 

Mary 59 

COFFEE COUNTY TEMN 27 

Collins, John 75 Q 76 
John Jr 
Phehe 75 

Daniel C 76 

William 114 

Combs, Jessce 98 

CONNER, BENJAMIN 77 

or Connor, John 77 

George 41 
COLEMAN, COLEMAN, STEPHEN 19 



Page 155 



INDEX TO VOLUME 21, VIRGINIA 
COLSTON, SAMUEL CAiT 83 
COOK, Lewis 117 

Jgssg 117 

Anderson 117 

Elie or Elee 117 

Mary 117-125 

Margaret 125 

Nancy 125 

Susan 125 

Sarah 125 
Mildred 114 

Mary 114 _-, -^ 

Martha W 111 

Em or Wm 111 

Matthew 120 

COOK, CHARLES 112 
or Cooke 

Priscllla 112 

Henry 113 

Dawson 113 

Ann L 113 

Giles 113 

Elizabeth 125 

Mary Burgess 125 

Nancy Gale 125 

Zimmerman 125 

Susan 125 

Sarah Butler 125 



PENSION ABSTRi CTS 



COOK, or Cooke , lildred 113 

Lewis 118 

Matthew 119 

Ben jar in 78 

Jemima Id 

Hannah 121 

Samuel 121 

Nancy 117 

Thomas 117 

Peter 121 

Mary 121 

Thomas Hill 78 

Thomas 29 _il2 

Dr. v/3 on 113 

Margaret 29 
Cooke, Pas che 1 114 _H3 

John R 1~'4 

Mildre ' 113 

Mary 113 

Ann C 113 
Henry 37 

Dawson 115 

Mildred 115-115-114 

Bonj 10 
Catharine 110 

Clara 58 

Elinor Jordan 121 
Elenor 121 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA PET 

COOK. Sell oman 121 

Febey 121 

Elonor 121 

Elinor Jordan 121 

Elijah 121 

Juliana 121 

Thomas 122 

Martha 122 

John Rev 41, 125, 117 

John (father and son same 
name page 37 

James 122 

John 37 

Polly 121 

Wm 119 

V/m 38, 123 

Clara 123 

Zachariah 125 

CORNWALLIS 9 

" his surrender 119-capture 78 
and 39 

COWAN, JOHN 141, 142 

Crawford, Co Missouri 101 

Crockett, Charles L 92 
R 92 

Joseph 90 

Cross Plains Term 89 

COX, MARY 16 

Samuel 147 



SIOIJ ABSTRACTS D AG-E 156 

CROCKETT, Col Joseph 6 

CRAYLE, John 85 

Crawford, David 8 

Cramer, Margaret r 29 

Grume, Rebecca 13 

Crump, Rebecca 16 

Crockett, Joseph Col 48 

Cramer, Thomas 29 

Craney, Island 133 

Critehelow, John 133 

Crawford County Missouri 101 

CROSS ROADS MARYLAND 89 

Cr unwell, Wm Capt 40 

Crutchfield, Robert Col 10 

CULPEP ER MINUTE BATTALLION 147 

Culpepper Co Va 146 

117-121- 24-34 

Culpepper Co Ohio 10 

Cumberland County Va 43 

Cumberland Co Ky Z\. 

Cumberland Co- rt House Va 125 

C7RRIN, WILLIAM 105 

DAGGS, Reuben 121 

DIDLAKE, R03ERT 114 

'■ John 113 

Ann C 113 

DAVIDSON, JOHN 131 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA 
DAVIS, NANCY 122 
DAWSON, Louisa 51 

Thome, s 51 
Darke Co Ohio 61 
Dabney, Charles 99 
Davidson c o Tenn 91 
Darke, Win 9 
Davis, Wm 123 
Danville, Ky 140 
DAGGS, FHEBE 121 
DAVIDSON, JOHN 131 
Dearborn, Co Indiana 112 
Delaware, Ohio 41 
Denvsrs II lino Is 57 
DEAN, SUSANNAH 34 
Dooley, Wm 12 
Dinwiddle Co Va 104 
Dick, Alexander Col 12 
Dickey, John 2 
Diobelt, Michael 85 

Margaret 85 
Dixon, John c apt 27 
ll Susan Mrs 47 
Dixon, Thomas B 47 
DOWNEY. TIMOTHY 66 
DOGGETT, CYRUS 51 
DRAGGING CANOE 98 



Page 157 



PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

DRAKE, ThOL.as E 130 

Rivers or Riovcs 132 

Elizabeth T 132 

Mary E 133 

Wells 133 

Jerusba 129 

Thomas 129 

Francis T 127 

John Rev 128 

Wm J 128 

Amanda 128 

Vie lis News on 133 

Thomas 136 

Catharine 156 

Anna 137 

Win 137 -130 

'.7m J ISO 

Newsom 133 

James 128 

Elizabeth 128 
Wm 131 -157 

James 137 

Ann or Anna 137 

Cad 137 
Andc 137 

Abraham 137 

Thomas 137 

Nancy 137 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA PES 
DRAKE, Mar tain 137 

James 137 

Anna Winter 157 

Hardin 137 
DUFF, DANIEL 2S_ gs 
Dulln, John 147 

Wta 147 
Dunn, John 100-79-80 
Dunn, Andrew 134 
Dunn, James 155 

John 134, 135 

Joseph 100 
Dulin, John 147 

EAGER, ELIZABETH of 

Wythe County Va 21 

Eager or Eagle, Elizabeth 20 

Eaton, Ann B 71 

East Feliciana Louisiana 36 

Eaton, John C 70 

Ear ley, Charles 13 3 

Easter, John C 70 

Elbert county Gs 70 

EILICOTT MILLS MARYLAND 54 
18—104- 127-29 

EDGEFIELD DISTRICT S C 3 5 

Edwards, Frederick 97 

" J L 47 



Page 158 

ISICN ABSTRACTS: 

ELIZABETH TOWN New Jersey 60 

Elizabeth city 7a 11 

ELIIOT. JA-'TSS 89 

Elliott, 3an-.-u.eI 39 
or Elliot 39 

ELLIOT'?, WINIFRED 39 

Margaret 39 

George 39 

Susannah 39 

Lydia 39 

Joseph 39 
El Us , James C 17 
Ellis Count- n exas 89 
Engle, George 87 
ERIK, JACOB 87 
Essex County Va 100 -99- 
Estill, County Ky 7 
Eutaw Springs S C 36 
Eureka Illinois 57 
Ewin, James 65 
Ewing, John 119 
Ewing, Eliza 91 

Andrew B 91 
Fain, Abe ne z er 64 

Fair American Liberty ship 

i 

Fairfax county court house 
Va 101 

Fairfield Va 15 



" TO VCLTTME 29, VIRGINIA 

FIELD COUNTY OHIO 87 

FALLSBURG LICKING CO OHIO 
129 

Palls of the Ohio 140 

Louisville 140 -99-48 

Farmers Station Ohio 49 

Parmer, Thome 3 20 

Fauq\iire Co Va 29-14? 

Faulkner. James 145 

Fayette Co Tenn 52 

Febiger, Christian Col 154 

Finn, Allen 56 

Fincastle Va 108 -137 

Fieldrich, Elizabeth 85 

Fitzhugh, Henry 147 

Fletcher, Mary 21 

Fleshman, Mary 117 

Moses 117 

Robert 117 
Fluvanna Co Va 25 
Flushing New York 131 
PRAZIER, ELIZABETH 7 
Franklin, Robert 32 
" Elizabeth 122 
Franklin Co Va 157 -107 
Franklin 8? E£ 82 
Francisco, Easter 40 
French Broad River 97 



Page 159 
'ENSION ABSTRACTS: 

FREDERICKSBURG VP 10 

Frederick Co Maryland 2 

Frederick Co Va 53„s8-30-- 25 

25-86- 

Fr 3 de r I c ks bur g Va 24.. 50 

Frederick town, Maryland 90 
" barracks 48 

Frederick Co Maryland born 
. 143 , 

" 29-75 

Fort Meigs Ohio 41-41 

Ford, loss Capt 130 

Fountain, Moses 38 

Foster, James 80 

Foust, John 85 

Fungus son, Elizabeth 53 
Moses 53 

Cay, Mary 155 

Gains, Thomas 111 

C-a skins, Thomas 9 

Garnett, Henry Capt 99 

Gatewood, Kemp 100 

Gallespie, Polly 121 

Gallagher, John S 109 

Cermantcwn battalion 34 
or battle - 118-94—67- 
134 

Georgo (Shio by that name 
119 

Gibbs, Alexander 53 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29 5 VIRGINIA PENSIOl 

GLASS; 



GIBSON. JOHN COLONEL 134 
143 



GILIILAND, JANE 2-95 
James 95 

Gil lis on, John 34 
Gilmer j County Ga 64 
GLASS, Catha 29 

Aaron 34 

Dudley 18 

David 15-16 

Honry 19-16 

David Dr 16-17 

Benjamin 11 

Charles 12-13 

Nancy 12-13 

Anne Mrs 13 
Vincent 13 

Willis 13 

Frances 14 

Catharine 14 

Chas Sammonds 14 

John 14 

James D 14 

Robert Lystern 14 

Nancy H 14 

Ann 14 

Willis Wells 14 

David 15 



-10 



Page 160 
IRACTS: 

Elizabeth Eager 2'. 

James 2? 

Martin 25 

Nancy 23 

J J 20 

J L B 20 

Johanna 20 

James 20 

Elisabeth 20 

John 24 

Joseph 21 

Michael 25 

Sally 28 

Nancy 24 

Morgan 24 

Mrrgarct M 31 
Margaret W 30 
Thomas 31 -30 

Rebecca 15-17 

'Mary 16 

Virginia 16 

John J 35 

Horatio 33 

Largborno C 35 

Robert H 53 

Lucinda 33 

Henry Vincent 34 

Vincent 34 



IMDEH TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA 

GLASS, Richard 27 

Samuel -original 
emigrant 50 

Colonel Wood 30 

SUa 30 

^d 30 

Governor James 30 

Thomas 28-32-35 

Susannah 34 

William 54-35 

Gloucester 113 

Gloucester Go Va 72 

GIsh, Elizabeth 108 

Glenn, J&hn Colonel 37 

Goar, Wm 82 

Susannah 82 

Gore, Wm 82 

Susan' ah 82 

GOOCHLAND COUNTY VA 23 

Go -.dall, Re- Cinci^natus 113 

Gott, Eliza .eth P 85 

Frederick 85 

Goode, Francis 63 

Robert 63 

Gordon, Wrr. K 50 

Grayson Co Va 42 

Graves, Thomas 22 



Page 101 

ENSIGN ABSTRACTS: 

Graves, benj Capt 52 

Gray, W F 50 

GREEK, G COL 23 

Greene County Illinois 59 

Gregory, George 126 

Great Bridge 126 

"roe a County Illinois 66 

68- 
Green County Ky 110 

Greenbrier County Va 117 
125- 

Greenbrier Va 79 

Gregory, Georre 126 

Groenhill. Wm C 54 

Green, John 34 

" William 14 5 

Greene County Illinois 59 

Grundy, Felix 91 

Guilford Court House 122 
North Carolina 110-136 
battle 136, 123 

Gu Inn's Island 88 

Guthrie, Robert 145 

Grundy, Felix 91 

KAM3LIN, JAMES 64 

Hampton Ve 03 

HAL T . COUNTY GA 75 

Habersham, Jose-h m 

Hansford, John 32 

Hardin Countv Xy 137 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA 
HARDIN. Mill Capt 7 
Hardin, Benjamin 75 
Harr.pt on Virginia 132 
HARLAN, ELIZABETH 141 
Jacob 13] 

Christiana 141 

Henry 141 

Jeremiah 141 

Mary 141 

James 141 

Joseph 141 

Benjamin 142 

Susanna 142 

John 142 

Christiana 142 

Silas 142 

MaderaarselTa 142 

George 140 

Catharine 140 

Elizabeth 142 

Razen 143 

Rezin 145 
HARLAN STATION 140 
HARLAN COUNTY KENTUCKY 97 
Harlan, George 141 

Catharine 141 
James 141 



Page 162 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

HARTLEY, THOMAS 140 
Hanover County Va 28 - m 
Halifax County Va 18 
Halifax North Carolina 57 
HAERLS, FREDERICK 35 
BARMAN, ANDREW 109 
Fetor 102 
Betsey 106 
Wm H 108 
Elizabeth 108 

Wm 103 
Jesse 105 
John 103 
John Samuel 104 

Mancy or Nancy 104 
Elizabeth 101 
James K 102 
Nancy 102 
Thomas 107 
Lucy 107 
Sarah 106 
William 106 
John 103 
Susannah 103 
/ill Lam son of John 106 
John 106 
Mar aret 103 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA 

HARMON, JOSEPH 105 

" Henry 101 

HARKODSBURG KY 81 

HAMILTON COUNTY OHIO 35 

HAMRICK, LETT ICE 49 

HARTFORDSHIRE ENGLAND 45 

HARRIS, JOHN 112 

Harris vile '.Vest Va 126 

Harris, Robert 155 

Harrison, Samuel S 19 

Harrison, Charles 36 

Harrison County Va 48 

Harrisonburg Va 50 

Hawes, Samuel Colonel 137 

Hawes, Col Va S Regiment 125 

HAYDON OR , Win 81 

Hayde^, Benjamin 81 
or Ha yd on 

James 82 

Wm 82 
Jarre s 82 
Mary 82 
Gear 82 
Elizabeth 82 

Sarah 82 
Blan 82 
John 83 



Page 153 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

HAYDON, JOHN Q 82 

Nancy 82 

Fountain T 82 

Susan Ann 32 

Wm G 82 

Thomas H 32 

Benjamin 82 

Heath, James H 60 

Henry County Va 75-148- 
76—11-22 

Henry Co Ky 146 .. 81 

Henrerson Co North Carolina 
Henderson " 64- 

Henzcl, Co ;rgo 86-87 

Henry 87 

John 37 

Catharine 87 

Anna Maria 87 

Sarah 87 

Elizabeth 87 

Mar pre the 37 

Maria 87 

Magdalena 87 

Susanna 87 

Hetese or Hetzee, Elizabeth 

41 

Hentze, Anna Maria 85 
Michael 35 
Lydia 85 



INDEX TO VOL 'ME 29, VIRGINIA PENSIOi: 

HENTZE or Hcnze , Frederick 84 

and Margaret 84 
or Hensel 
" MI c he el 87 

Highland County Ohio 130 

Kilss 

Hillsborough North Carolina 124 

138-37 
Hickman County Ky 88 

Hill, John 63 

Abran 85 
Hickerson, P 108 
Hill, John 22 
High Hill Missouri 102 
Hines, x.ndrow 74 
Hirsch, Marie Barbara 87 
Holeman, Mary 43 
HOLSTON, LONG ISLAND 97 
Holeman, Mary 43 
Hol'oway, Reuben 64 
Hopkins villa Ky 15 
Hoods fort 63 

Hoods Fort on James River 123 
Horner, Wm 147 
HORD, THOMAS 100 
Howard, Thomas 100 
HOWLET, ALEXANDER 114 
Howie t, Wm 113 
HORSHE, WM P 29 
HUBARD, THOMAS 138 



Page 164 

ABSTRACTS: 

HULL, ANDREW 2 
HUGHES, JOZI! 23 

T Amc , Wm Rev 120 

HUMPHRIES, J... AS 8 
Rumfr ie s 8 

Humphrey, Benjomin 24 

Nancy 24 

Poily 24 
Hutchinson, John 145 
INDIANA? 01 IS INDIANA 
Ire lend, born 145 
Indians In Ky 8 
INDIAN, BLIND 98 
IRVINE, CHRISTOPHER 1' 

JACKSON COUNTY WEST V A 

41 



57 



Jackson 



se h 59 



Jamestown battle 75 
148 

Jackson Go Va 

Jackson County Alabama 27 
27 

Jackson Louisiana 36 

Ja c ks on , Mary 59 

James town Va 6 



Jamc 



Island South Carolin 
36 



Jar os, John 7 
James, Charles 145 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA PENSION 

JAMES, Michael Captain 119 

Jamestown, Va battle 79-138 

JEFFERSON, THOMAS 85 

Jessanine County Ky 62 

Jefferson county Indiana 74 

" Co Tenn 138 

Jeter, Samuel B 59 

JOHNSON OR JOHNSTON, John 146-145-144 

u Ann 101 

William 144 
Jones, Edmond 98 
Jones County Georgia 70 

Danilo 107 

William 107 -88- 

Jonathan 145 

Charles 145 

Willis 107 

Charles 145 

WilMar 139 
JORDAN, LER07 144 

Elinor 121 

John 121 

Kanawha Count v West Va 121 

104- 32 
Kaskaskia Illinois 25 

KENTUCKY, 16 

KENTUCKY AGENCY 96-8—99-140 

KELLY, WM L 62 



Page 165 
ABSTRACTS s 

KELLAM, MARGARET 106 

Kennebeck C Maine 46 

Kent, Joseph 92 

Kershaw South Caroline 
118 

KING CORNSTALK 146 

KING & QUEEN CO VA 

114-123 — 113-124- 
38 

Kings Mountain 75 

Kingdom of Ireland 
145 

King, Rebecca 64 

Kirby, Mill Maryland 
57 

Kirkpatrick, Abraham 



Kirby, Rebecca 89 

Elisha 89 

Ki trick, John M 2 

AN OX, THOMAS F 50 

Kyles, Robert 108 

Lancaster Co Penna 
68 

LaFayette 120 

LAIRD, DAVID 148 

Laurens, Fort 145 

LAECHT, LUTHEIMER 84 
84 

LAWRENCE CO TE™i 6 

LATHAM, VIRGINIA GLASf 



INDEX TJ VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA 

LAWSON, SMITH 104 

Lancp 

Langster, James 101 

LASWEL, W!" REV 40 

La t tin, John T 52 

lay, John 118 

Leo, Abram Ensign 93 

LEE, COUNTY VA 20 

Leo, Winifred 39 

LEESBURG VA 127 

LEAD MINES 98 

LEMMON, J OH!" 4 

Lemmon or Lemrons, Y?r* r 4 

:1 Ge :>rge 3 -4 

Mary M 3 
Gc orge 1 

Samuel 5 

Jacob 2 

Jane 2 

LEWIS, CH./RLES COLONEL 67 

LEWIS, NICHOLAS COLONEL 135 

LEXINGTON VIRGINIA 27 

LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 8-119-82 

LILLY, THOMAS 113 

Link, Rebecca 39 

" Win 89 

Hannah 89 

D L 89 

David 89 



Page IS6 
PENSION ABSTRACTS s 

LIEBGOTT, JACOB 85 

Margaret 85 

Licking county Ohio 129 

d5- 
Licking fort 8 

LINN COUNTY MISSOURI 103 
Lindsay, Reuben 135-93 
Lincoln Co Maine 46 
Little York Pen ia 6 
Little Fiver Va 108 
LINCOLN COUNTY ICY 140-141 
Lincoln Co IT C 141-75 
Low or Lowe, J 40 

Jesse 40 

Easter 40 

John H 43 

Wm H 43 

C onr od 64 
Locustvll e Va 106 
Low, oy Lowe, Stephen 42 
'" John 41 

Elizabeth 41 
Love , Nancy K 102 
Lowe, Mary Hole man 43 

Thomas 43 

Nary 43 

Sarah 42 

Richard N 45 



INDEX T_ VOLUME 29, VIRGINIi 

LONG ISLAND, HOLSTON 97 
Long Island, Battle 96 
Long, Americus V 17 
LOWMAN, JOHN G 75 
Lovetsville Vo 1CS 
Longest, Clarrila Lockey 114 

Ann 114 

Robert Ross 114 

Nancy 114 
Loudoun Co Va 127 -129 
Loudoun Co Va 53 
Louis vil'e. Ky 140 

Falls of the OHIO 14 3 

Louisville Ky 25-90 

Louisa Co Va 70 

Lumpkins, Griffin 103 

Lunenburg Co Va 122 
53-37- 

Luter or Suter , Polly 21 

Lyttle, Archibald 75 

Lynchburg Va 33 
Lyle, John c apt 145 
Lyne s , John 1 13 
Madison Co Va 70 
Maubin Hill Va 124 
'"a this, Sampson 124 
Manakin Hill 124 
or Maubin Hill 124 



Page 167 
PENSION ABSTRACTS; 

Maubin Hill Va 124 

Mansford, Edward 138 

MASTIN, FRANCIS T 30 

Mason, David 37 

Martin, Francis Capt 29 

Madison Court House Va 57 

Martin, Henry C 39 
and widow 

Margaret 39 

Mason, Charles 61 

Masaey, Ruth 45 

Madison c o Va 70 

Marshall, John 78 

Thomas 78 

Marks, John 67 

Marion Co West Va 29 

Marks s or Markes, Ann 23 

Nancy 23 

MARKHAM, JOSIAH 42 

Martin, Fannie 28 

Maryland, 96 

Markham, George Capt 63 

Marshal 1 , Thomas 147 

Mason, A T 127 

Mason Co Va 121 

Martin, Matt 136 

MATTHEWS COUNTY VA 51 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA 

MATHES, JOKN 49 

Mansfield, Mary 57 

Mathis, Sampson Colonel 33 

Hat thews, John 49 

Mayo, Win 138 

Mayo, P x- 47 

McCallister, James 104 

Rebeccah 104 

Mc C cnne 1 1 , Wm 82 

Mo Minn Co Tenn 138 
138 

McAfee, Robert 75 

MoGee, Joseph 124 

McDowell, Charles 75 

McCul lough, Col Samuel 143 

McCallister, Nancy 104 

McGavock, Hugh 90 

David 92 

James 91 

Jacob 91 

Robert 91 

Randal 91 
Sally 91 
Mcintosh's campaign 145 
McLaughlin, John 103 

Susannah C 103 
McLean, County Illinois 57 



Page 168 
PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

McKibbe, John M 49 

Mcpherson, Eliza J 50 

Middlesex Co New Jersey 

Miller, Polly 49 

- Jose oh G5 
Missouri... Lincoln 2t> 

McNutt, Margaret 91 

Samuel E 01 

MEANS, ROBERT 139 

Mercer Co Ky 143 _ 6 2 

140 

Mercer, C F Major 19 

Mercer, Hugh Colonel 147 

Mecklenburg Co 7a 20 

Meredith, Wm M Hon 47 

Me re wet her or 

Merriwether, Thomas 38 Colonl 

Monroe Co Va 4-108- 
121-79 

Monongalia c o V 

Monmouth battle 118 
134—67—94—46- 

36 

Moffett or Moffitt, John 2 

Montgomery Co Va 12, 105 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY MISSOURI 
25-102 

M0RG."1 J C ^TTNT V KY 33 

MORGAN, SlwiOH CA.-T 134 

Morgan, Co Georgia 70 

Morgan G o Va 145 

MORGAN CO KY 124 



INDEX TO VOLUME 69, VIRGINIA 
MORGAN, DANIEL COLONEL 39 

William 86 
! or row County Ohio 59 
Morrison, John 81 
Morton, Wm 110 
Mount Clinton, Vir inia 103 
MUHLENBTTRG GENERAL 12 
I.turr ayvi 1 le , We s t Va 4 1 
Muskingum Co Ohio 129 
" River 143 
MURPHY, ANN 55 

Catharine 55 

John 55 

Will inn 132 

MYERS, HENRY 145 

NSAL, James 75 
" Capt James 140 

Napier, MIcajah 98 

Nansamond river 12 

New Brunswick New Jersey 78 

NEWBERRY, SAMUEL REV 20 

Newby, Phebe F 53 

Nelson, Co Va 32 96- 

" Co Ky 96 
Newc omb , John 1 1 4 

Johannah Robinson 114 

William 114 

Urslia 114, 

Ursula Robinson 114 



Page 169 

PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

NEWCOMB, ELIZABETH F 1 1 
Ann Longest 114 
Clarrila ' 4 
Nancy 114 
John 114 
Mir a Ann 116 
Joanna 1 6 

Frances Rob*ns-'W 1 "> 5 
Arrenah 115 
John 115 

Bradfute Pettie 115 
Dolly U5 

Rachel Buckner 115 
John 115 
Johannah 115 
Evelinia 115 
Wm Robinson 115 
Johannah Matildr 115 
Bradford Pattie 115 
Joanna 115 
Newton, U ry 130 
Newtown, Vn 25 
New Orleans 26 
New Kent Co Va 15 
London Vc 12 

New Vianna Station Sfa 49 

Ohio 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA ^EI r SI 

NEW LEXINGTON OHIO 24 

Niece or Neese, Elizabeth 117 



Ninety- 



Six South Carolina 
4 2 42 



NORFOLK 120 Va 32-52-11—47-126- 
35-101- 

Ncrfolk, Lawbert's Point 23 

Northampton Co Va 119-120-83- 

138— 
Northumberland Co Va 83 

Northcutt, Win B 120 

OLD CHURCH VA 28 

OAKFIELD OHIO 24 

0' Conner, Thomas 96 

Ogle, Benjamin 143 

Ogle, Jose .h 143 

Onancock Va 106 

Orange Co Va 135—70-62— 
148—71-70- 

Orange Co North Carolina 42 

Ohio Co Val43 

Ohio river below Louisville 
Ky 25 

OSBURN, EPHRAIII 97 

Osburn, Enoch 97 

Oyler, John 107 

Ottebine PO Va 103 

Ove ton, Moses 58 

Owen, Co Ky 82 



Page 170 
ON ABSTRACTS: 



Parker, Alexander 94 

Richard 125 

Parkers burg Va 41-128 

Patterson, Robert 82 

Pataka, Illinois 57 

Payne, Duval 147 

Pendleton, Edmund Capt 124 

Feck, Jacob C 109 

Feach Orchard Va 107 

Pendleton, Edmund Capt 124 

Peace Declared 20 

Peed, Wm B 55 

Petersburg Va 56 

Pendleton, Edmund Cat 38 

Panne 1 1 or Pe n ne 1 1 , Be n j 
93 

Pennington, Joshua 98 

Petersburg Battle 146 

Petersburg Va 138 

PALESTINE IL' INOIS 35 

Perrin, Elias 49 

t-endleton, James Capt 36 

Perrv Co n hAo 24 

Perry Cc Ky 98 

Peyton, John 123 

Pickett, Wm Capt 147 

Pittsylvania Co Va 102 
49—19- 54- 110-42 
143, 40 
Pittsburgh Penna 90-43- 



INDEX TO VOL 29, VIRGINIA PENSION 

Fierce, Bo 1 ling 133, 

Pike Co Ohio 125 

Pittsburg, Penna 48 
140-145 

Philips, Sarah 106 

Wesley 106 

Philadelphia 26, 127-74 

Pleasant Grove Va 53 

POWHATAN PORT VA 133 

- ortsmouth Va 12 
8 

Powhatan Go Va 138 

Foint Pleasant on Ohio river 
148 

Pope, Catharine 141 

Porter, Thomas 62 

Posey, Thomas 125 

Preston, Joel 107 

Prince, Wm Ca^t 41 

Prior, John 94 

Priestly, Phebe 78 

Pry or, Philip Capt 56 

Putnam, Co West Va 104, 121 

QUARLES, JOHT CAPT 50 

Quirk, Thomas 6 

Query, Wm R 64 

Queen, Co New York 131 

Rader, Rachel 103 

Ranson, Catharine 64 

Rappahannock Co Va 127 



171 
ABSTRACTS: 

RAPPAHANNOCK CO VA 127 

Rawlings, Michael 143 

Rawles, Robert 133 

Ra 

Reagan, Wm Rev 95 

Reese, Cuthbert 70 

Reese, Tab'tba 7] 

Reed, George 53 

Reighart, George 85 

Reynolds, Jesse 44 

Mary 44 

Pice, George 134 

Richmond, Va 123,-59 
84-36-132--93- 15- 
23- 

Richard, Jacob 135 

RICHARDSON, HOLT COL 37 
93- 

Riddle, Isaac 8 

Riddle, Sol lie R 54 

Sarah 54 

Ritchie Co -"est Va 128 
" Va 120 

River Raisin Canada 119 

Roanoke Co Va 103 

Roane, John 123 

Rockbridge Co Va 27 

Rocky T 'ount Va 35 

Robinson, Jno 50 



INDEX TO VOL 29, VIRGINIA PEN, 

ROGERS, Thomas 127 

Robertson Co Tenn 89 

ROCKINGHAM CO VA 148 

Rockingham Co Va 5C 

Rockingham Co North Carolina • 

Rockinghnw Co Va 2-4—103 
79 

Rogers , J ;hn 25 

Thomas 127 

Rose Hill in Virginia 30 
(home of original Glass 
family in AMERICA; 

SAMUEL THE EMIGRANT ) 

ROFER, WM 12 

Ross, Francis Major 75 

Roy, Beverly 112 

Rowland, Wm 108 

Rucker, Wra Capt 8 

" Ephraim Capt 121 

Benjamin 59 

Ruggles, Mill 124 

Russell Co Va 40 

RUTHEEECRD COUNTY TENlM 6 

SANDY CREEK 140 

Savage Fie n d 124 

Salt River 140 

Saint Clair Co Illinois 143 

Salem Va 20 



Fago 172 

JION ABSTRACTS : 

SANDIDGE, R. J 130 

Sage Win VV 20 

James W 2" 

Sal ley, Mar 'are t P 85 

: 3 Sandusky Ohio 41 

S a n Fr a nc i s c : > C a 1 i f or n ia 1 ' 
17 

Savage, George 41 

Saver, Wm C a pt 120 

Scott Co Illinois 68 

Scruggs, Gross 44 

Scott, James 63 

Scott County IlUnos 56 

21- 
Scott, John 147 

" Thomas W Hon 36 

Scotch Lake Fort 136 

Schuylkill Battle 34 

Settle, Thomas 147 
SEVEN MILE FORD 20 
Shackle ford Chas 10 

Sharp, Wm 23 

Shannon, Charles .1 95 

Shawnee s 66 

Shenand :>ah C d Va 95 

Shelby Co Ohio 61 

Sh« re or 

Shara, Ron Capt 127 

Shackle ford, Charles 24 

Shawnee Indians 148 



INDEX TO VOL 29, ABSTRACTS 

Shelton, Tuns tall 49 

Shelloutt, Eicany 119 

Shenandoah Co Va 73 

Sholtnn, James Capt 11 

Shepherds town Va 86 

Shepherds town 145 
48-145 

Shirley, Lewis 70 

Shirler, Sally T 71 

Siege, of York 75 

Sims, Patrick Capt 96 

Simpson Co Ky 54 

Sinnett, Elizabeth 128 

Slack, John 104 

Smith, John A W 147 

Frances 147 

Smither, Benjamin 82 

Smith, Wm 57 

Smith Co Va 95 

Smith, Jeremiah or Jc minima h 

Smith G Va 95 

Smyth Co Va 95 

Snowdens Iron W orks 127 
Ir on works 

Somersville, Tenn 52 

Southampton Co Va 133, 108 

Spartansburg Dist S C 64 

Spencer, John Rev 114 



Pa-o 173 
)F VIRGINIA PENSIONS 

SPENCER, TAI Y 113 

Joseph 113 

William 113 

Spotsylvania Co Va 124-81 — 38 
82- 51 

STAFFORD COUNTY V/ 7 

Staunt n Va 125-84--1 



Saint Louis C 



ils s our i do, 



1010 

Saint James Island 37 

Saint John Island 37 

Sa^nt Charles Hiss our i 102 

Stro 

Steele, Alexandria 13 

Stewart, Nancy 106 

S te ve ns , E dwa r d 43 

Stevens, Edward Col 147 

Richard Capt 100 

Stevens, John W 95 

Steele, Wm 82 

Steinpaur, Jac _ -b 85 

Steuben C runty New York 45 

Stickleyville, Va 20 

Stockwel" , Wm 49 

Stokes, County N C 22 

Stonv Point 46 

battle 67 

St^n^ Ferry 37 
Stunbs, Robert F 111 



VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA PENSION 
STUIffiY, SAMUEL 87 
SUDBURY BATTLE 63 

Summ 

Sumner County Terr 54 

Surry Co Va 153 

Sussex County Va 133 
Swadley, Amanda 128 
Swear ingon's company 94 
Swope, Jacob 143 

Tazewell Co Va 40 

Taylor Capt 38 

Taylor, Griffin 29 

Tally, Reuben 28 

Tate, David 27 

Tampion, John Lieut 37 

Taylor, Francis 62 

121 
" Win 38 

Tate, John 2 

Taliaferro, Lawrence Col 
147 

Taylor, Samuel H 22 

Tappahanrock river 150 

i Taylor, Ro B 23 

Tanner, Nathaniel 13 

Benjamin 13 

Elizabeth 13 

r'hebe 13 
Tarlton invaded Va 8 



Page 174 
ABSTRACTS: 

Tebbs, Wm 123 

Teakle, Janes I 106 

Teeter, Samue:. 66 

Terreys, Co Va 13 

Thwait, Wm 57 

Thompson, Malinds 117 

Thurston, John 26 

T ingle y, Chas 59 

Tipton, Abraham & 90 

Todd, John 82 

Levi 82 

Todd Co Ky 93 

Towles, Thomas Capt 33 

Oliver 38 

Trenton battle 54 

Trenton, N J 6 

Co Ky 17 

Troops, Federal 155 

Tucker, Nathan B 145 

Tucker, Wm Capt 93 

Turner, Joseph 81 

Turner, Elizabeth T 152 

Tygert 's Val ley 2 

Union District South Caroli 
8 

Union County Georgia 64 

Valley Forge 85-147-19,- 
140, 46, 72 -147 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINI; 
Vance, Samuel 8 
Vaughan, Martha 122 

Robert 122 

William 42 
VAUGHAN, CATY 136 
Vernon County Wisconsin 24 
Vincent, Henry 34 

Ward, James Lieut 97 
Wakefield Va 133 
Wakefield Station Va 135 
Wallingsf ord, Rebecca 68 
Walker, Sylvanua 37 
Walker, William 40 
Walker, Philip 141 
War fie Id, W E 17 
Warm Springs Va 74 
Waters, John 7 
Wade, Mar aret T 60 
Waters, Elizabeth 9 

Thomas 9 

Robert 9 

Jame s 6 
Eliza 6 

Jame s 6 

Jacob 6 

Sally 6 

Polly 6 



Page 175 

PENSION ABSTRACTS: 

WATERS, Eliza 7 

Sampson 7 

Moses 8 
Watkins, Robert 12 
Warwick, Jacob 8 
Warren, County Missouri 102 
Washington D C 127 
Washington Penna 143 
Washington County Va 40 
" Colonel Win 13 6 
Washington Co va 20-95 
" Co Pennsylvania 87-66 
Wa 11 ins Creek Va 20 
Washington D C 94 
Wayne, General 119 
■ eatherford, Jno Rev 13 

Weeds on or 

Woodson, Tar let on 45 

Westmoreland Co Va 126 
Weedens, Frederick C 51 
West, John Capt 55 
White House Skirmish 134 
White Hall Co Illinois 59 
White Hajn II] 59 
White, Thomas Col 70 
White, Elizabeth 71 
White Plains 34, 25, 96 
WHEELING VA 48-140 



INDEX TO VOLUME 29, VIRGINIA PENSION ABSTRACTS: 
WHITSETT, Elizabeth 43 WOLFE, SUSAN 103 

Whitley, Robert 95 Wood, Rebecca 89 

or White ly and Jane 95 Wood, Governor Janes 30 

Whiteker, Joseph 124 Woods, W R 101 

or Wilteker, Joseph 124 Wood, Thomas 31, Lieut 31 

Wilkin, feter 130Wilkes, County N w g od l£g Va 41 
Wilkinson, Martha 122 Woodford, Co Illinois 57 

Williams, Crawford Dr 19 Wright, Shadrack 111 
Williamsburg Skirmish 148 Wr#, Mary Ann 102 

sburg v¥ nr 93 J ^ se h 

John 37 j 

Wyandotts 66 



Williamsburg Va 6- 887/iUi 
36- 126, 124 



> t 



Williamson County Tenn 37 

Williams port Maryland 41 

Wilson, Margaret 131 

Willis, Rev -Methodist 16 

Winder., Sareh 51 

Winchester Va 48 117—30 
Winchester Va 9 
Winchester, I^inois 56 

Wilkes, Coimty Ga 64 

Witt, Hannah 40 

James 40 
Withers, Abigail 77 

Thomas C 77 
Wood, Catharine 30 _g9 



Wythe , Co Vs 20—90 

Wythevi v 'e Va 91 

Union County Ohio 59 

Year ley, Charles 136 

York Va C3 

Yorktown Va 78 

Yorktown, Siege 122 

Yorktown, Sieq;e of 39 

n Va 8-9—7 

Young, James c a t 131 
11 Henry 72 

Pens 
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