3 edition of Revolutionary soldier, Samuel Brown, and some of his family found in the catalog.
Revolutionary soldier, Samuel Brown, and some of his family
Faye Marie Brown Lightburn
Includes bibliographical references (p. 417-428) and index.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Faye Marie Brown Lightburn.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B88 1993a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 466 p. :|
|Number of Pages||466|
|LC Control Number||93079045|
Samuel Steel applied for regulationary pension while living in Monroe County, Tenn., Sept. 18, He was born He enlisted in April or May in Virginia troops while he was living in Augusta County, some of his officers being Capt. Samuel McCutcheon, Capt. Francis Long, Col. William Bowyer, Cal. McCrary, Col. Hubbert. SAMUEL LOVE and Dorcas Bell were married July 3, ROBERT LOVE was a revolutionary soldier, entering the service from what is now Wythe County, Va. After the revolution (in ) his parents being dead, he moved with William Gregory and his family to what was then Washington County, N. C.
He volunteered again in the fall of and was in Capt. Samuel Williams' company in the Battle of King's Mountain. He volunteered again under Col. John Sevier for the Cherokee Expedition. Nathan Gann swears in the pension application, that Francis Hughes was a soldier of the Revolution and Felix Earnest also testifies to his revolutionary record. Son of John Brown, Revolutionary War soldier and Ann Stevenson Brown Having completed the cabin and cleared some land, [Jacob Brown] sent to his parents [Samuel and Abi Brown]and family in Bucks county, Pennsylvania, the news that all was ready for their coming; and on , they came, by way of the Mohawk, Oneida lake and Lake.
Adams and Hancock escaped thanks to being warned by Paul Revere on his famous ride to warn that the "British are coming". In Samuel Adams signed the Declaration of Independence. After the American Revolutionary War he went on to become a state senator for Massachusetts and eventually governor of Massachusetts. Samuel Adams died in Samuel Brown was a Revolutionary War soldier from Georgia. He also served as a representative for Simpson County in the Mississippi legislature. On Ap , his grave was marked as a Revolutionary War Patriot by the Central Mississippi Chapter Sons of the American Revolution and the Copiah Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
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Part 2. Sponsored by the Brown Family Club. This part of our History section is devoted to all those Brown men and some of his family book boys who fought for the independence of our nation as soldiers in the State Militias and the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War for Independence, If you have records or information on a Brown ancestor who.
List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for by Virginia State Library. Archives Division; Eckenrode, H. (Hamilton James), As we continue to get closer to a complete collection of The Pennsylvania Archives, we find more interesting facts.
Here is an alphabetical list of Revolutionary Soldiers “compiled chiefly from The Depreciation Account books in the office of the Auditor General of Pennsylvania”. The introduction continues: “It contains nearly ten thousand names, and, as will be seen hereafter, but a.
These soldiers fought in the some of the most important battles of the Revolutionary War, such as Battle of Bunker Hill in June of where African-American soldiers served.
Peter Salem at Bunker Hill, illustration published in The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution. Revolutionary soldier, Samuel Brown, and some of his family: from Middlesex County, Virginia to the Sacramento Valley of California / compiled and edited.
BROWN Soldiers in the American Revolution. Sponsored by the Brown Family Club. This part of our Brown Family History section is devoted to all those Brown men and boys who fought for the independence of our nation as soldiers in the State Militias and the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War for Independence, If you have records or information on a Brown.
In some widows' pension application files is a copy of a marriage record from the town clerk, a clergyman, or a justice of the peace as proof of marriage.
Sometimes family-record pages from Bibles and other books were also submitted by a widow as proof of marriage Revolutionary War Files Among Easiest to Use.
made from 24 of the numbered record books in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, Volumes13 1/2, 1/2, 1/2, and There are cross-references for soldiers' names that appeared in the records under more than one spelling.
Frequently preceding the jacket-envelopes for individual. This database contains applications for membership in the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution approved between and 31 December These records can be an excellent source for names, dates, locations, and family relationships.
U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, Joseph Plumb Martin also spelled as Joseph Plum Martin in military records and recorded as Joseph P. Martin in civilian town clerk records. (Novem – May 2, ) was a soldier in the Continental Army and Connecticut Militia during the American Revolutionary War, holding the rank of private for most of the published narrative of his experiences, re-discovered in the s.
Samuel Whittemore (J – February 2, ) was an American farmer and soldier. He was 78 years of age when he became the oldest known colonial combatant in the American Revolutionary War (–83). Biography. Whittemore was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, inthe second son by that name of Samuel Whittemore and Hannah Rix.
Soldiers who served in the Continental Army fought on behalf of the 13 colonies in the Revolutionary War. These soldiers were young and inexperienced, especially in comparison with the formidable British army, but they were highly motivated to win because the freedom of. Service: Just A revolutionary Soldier on the headstone.
Bailey, John Moca Born in Woolwich, Maine 8 Aug. and died there 5 Oct. and is buried in the Montsweag Cemetery in Woolwich, Maine His headstone is located in the southwest corner. A premier collection of Revolutionary War records, the Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files contain an estima application files from officers and enlisted men who served in the Revolutionary War in all branches of the American military: army, navy, and marines.
The files that make up these records consist of 10" x 14" cards or 10" x 14" envelopes that. Weller, Dan. Born ; died June 9, ; grave of this Revolutionary soldier and his wife was located by Washington Heights Chapter, 11 miles north of Fort Anne, on the east side of the road to Comstock, N.
Y., at telegraph:Pole No. Wentz, John. Wounded by sabre cuts on the head. Samuel Cooper was one of the first to fight in the Revolutionary War.
When he was commissioned as a colonial officer inthe Declaration of Independence had not yet been written.The Harlan Co. Court House has a square plaque placed by the Mountain Trail Chapter DAR, "To the memory of the Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution," lists the following: "Carl Bailey Jr., James Hall, JESSE BROCK, Samuel HOWARD, Barry Cawood, Stephen Jones, Lewis Green, Ephriam OSBOURNE Jr, Henry Shackleford and Henry Smith moved to Harlan County before ".