Private annals of my time, 1765 to 1812

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Reported on Franklin County Tennessee roll of Revolutionary Veterans in calculated year Major in & 7. War of Captain served under Major General and President [] Andrew Jackson in a unit of mounted gunmen or spies.

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Full text of " Biographical annals of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; containing biographical and genealogical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and many of the early settlers " See other formats. i t:r-u D ms-m':'i^2' ' ' f '^,' M^l^A'^ ^ > > *.

wSif f/i A'.' CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Cornell University. J AMES McCLURE, the founder of the family in Augusta county, was born in the north of Ireland aboutcame to America with his wife, Agnes, and five children, and settled in Long Meadow on Middle River of the Shenandoah, about five miles north of Fishersville.

The first mention of his name is found in Hume's Old Field Book, p "survey for James. John Cain Jr. - Private - War of - 1st. Leeds Militia - and 1st. Regiment Grenville Militia. David (Roblins) Cain - Private - War of 1st.

Leeds Militia. A David Cain 1 and a David Cain 2, are individually numbered as in Captain MacLean's Sedentary Militiaat Point Henry, Kingstown, On, Can. Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina to William L.

Sherrill Originally published serially in the Lincoln Times from June to Novemberthese historical annals list early Lincoln County settlers and Revolutionary War soldiers and pensioners, with biographical sketches of prominent citizens and year-by-year summaries of.

These land transactions are recorded in Rowan Co Records in Deed B pand B pp Charles HUNTER and John SAIN, who had md daus of Valentine, and who lived in Rowan Co, sold the land for all the heirs.

Henry (c MD - Clarke Co, GA) md, and moved by to Hancock Co, GA. Available in the following formats: LF Printer PDF: MB: This text-based PDF was prepared by the typesetters of the LF book.

EBook PDF: KB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. Private, Maryland Continental Line, $ Annual Allowance $ Amount Received December 24 Pension Started Age 82 ( TN Pension Roll) James BRIGHT served in the MD Line, applied 22 FebSullivan Co, TN a had enlisted at Cambridge in Dorchester Co, MD, and in had moved to TN, married Sarah () on or about 18 Dec.

Named in the will was his daughter Susanna Pratt.(Scott Co, KY Will Book B. p ). According to an undocumented source, William Pratt, II died in on an expedition west in St.

Charles, Missouri. No record of his death during the War of has been located. In any event, he was deceased by Children of William Pratt Jr.

and Susanna. Samuel M. Janney, The Life of William Penn: With Selections from His Correspondence and Autobiography (Philadelphia: Friends Book Association, ), p. John Fanning Watson, Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: John Pennington and Uriah Hunt, ), Vol.

I, p. 82, from William Penn to Robert Turner on January 5, Spelling of Burk or Burke The spelling "Burk" appears to be the most correct form for James Burk, since both his will and Quaker marriage records spelled it "Burk." Other original references reinforce this spelling.

At this time, I do not know how, when, or if the spelling became "Burke," i.e. Burkes Garden. Posts about Biographies written by Scott S.

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Sheads. In the War of military annals, no other militia corps raised in Baltimore equaled the services in encouraging their fellow citizen-soldiers and sailors than Captain George Stiles and his Fell’s Point naval militia corps, The First Marine Artillery of the Union, which defended Baltimore during the British invasion of the Chesapeake.

- On 20 MarchJohn CRAVENS was appointed guardian of Roger and John DYER, "infant orphans of William DYER, deceased." (Order Book 9, p) J. Houston Harrison, SETTLERS BY THE LONG GREY TRAIL (), p - AboutJames and Ralph STEWART left Fort Lookout and went to the New River where they scouted for eighteen.

William Young was born near Irvine, Scotland, Jthe eldest of the ten children of John Young and his three wives. The Youngs belonged to a Presbyterian subdivision known as the "Associate Presbyterian" or "Seceder" Church, which had severed ties with the Church of Scotland inprotesting the larger body's doctrinal laxity.

Governor Meigs’s call [April 6, ] for troops to assemble at Dayton, at the mouth of the Mad River, on the Great Miami, 2 was heartily responded to. At the close of April, the time appointed for the rendezvous, more than the required number had flocked to the camp.

Washington Co. Execution Book I Marp. 3: John Watts Crunk, 60 acres both sides Clinch River. 13 FebWashington County VA Annals of Southwest Virginia, Vol. II, Washington Co., p. It is believed he went to KY with his brothers Samuel and William where he died in Woodford Co.

on 10 Aug His will was dated 03 Jan and probated 01 Oct [Will Book D, p. 4 & 5]. James is named in the NJ DAR Patriot Index, #, Bookp. He was a private in the VA militia for three years. John Whittlesey (Whittelsey) was born on month dayat birth place, to John Whittlesey and Ruth Whittelsey / Whittlesey (born Dudley).

John was born on July 4in Whittlesea, Cambridgeshire, Isle of Ely, Great-Britain. The handy book for genealogists, (Logan, Utah, Everton Publishers, []), by George B. Everton and Gunnar Rasmuson (page images at HathiTrust) Searching for your ancestors; the why and how of genealogy, (New York, Whittlesey house, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., [c]), by Gilbert Harry Doane (page images at HathiTrust) Genealogischer.

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28 Nov John Minns, son of Thomas Minns decd discharge John Summers & his wife Ann my mother administrix of the estate of my father, that I have received my full part of his estate. Book 2, p 7. 4 Mar /5. Judgement is granted to John Day against John Summers as marrying Ann Minns decd.

- Jennie Jane Barnes 74 74 James A. Dennison Daniel Dennison Henry D. Dennison Catherine Kittie Dennison Susan Anderson Dennison Nancy Ann Dennison Martha Patsy Dennison Joseph Josiah Dennison Elizabeth A. Dennison - Benjamin Dennison 75 75 - Drucilla 70 70 Guyon, Madame Jeanne Marie Bouvier de la Mothe ().

It was my fate to be delegated to that trust annually during the revolutionary war with Great Britain, until the preliminary articles of peace were signed inwhich afforded me an opportunity of knowing every member of Congress during the whole of that time; and I declare with pleasure, and also with pride, that I embraced the political.

The daughter of Francis Jodon & Mary Roberts, Olympia, was born in and married William Walker - Wm. Walker, of Warrington Township, Bucks Co., in will dated Jprobated Sept.

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Annals of Oxford. I love everything that's old. Old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wine. GOLDSMITH. Indian Antiquities Oxford boasts of Indian antiquities and of these the most interesting was the earthwork fort in the village, the remains of which were quite noticeable in the early settlement of the town, and were found on a mound which has since been called.

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The Erwin book did not list Elizabeth or Richard. Gene Clopton notes the Parish Registry is mutilated, and Richard is listed as Richard son of Walter and Mary, and concludes Richard "must be "Clopton" as no other Walter and Mary is known in St. Peter's Parish at the time.".

Descendants of GEORGE ROBINSON Generation No. 4 SAMUEL 5 ROBINSON (GEORGE 4, JAMES 3, GEORGE 2, UNKNOWN 1) was born Abt. in AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA, and died 08 March in ELK GARDEN,VA.

RUSSELL married JANE MACFARLAND in ELK GARDENVA. RUSSELL COUNTY, daughter of ALEXANDER. There's no doubt in my mind that Maj.

Jacob Womack knew Andrew Jackson: From THE ANNALS OF TENNESSEE by JGM Ramsey, AM, MD., originally printed 22 Feb WOMACK GENEALOGY pg Washington Co., NC (now TN) File No JACOB WOMACK Acres, Washington Co., NC, 23 SepEntry No. Deed from Samuel Tate to Jacob Black, Washington County Deed Book 2, p.

If Dorcas had been alive at that time, she would have been a party to the deed in order to extinguish her right of dower in the property." Military Records. Rowan County, NC Militia List, Deed Books (in Chrono Order) Rowan County, NC, Deed Book 5 and Deed Book : Male.CHAPTER I.

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