2 edition of Some descendants of Giles Thomas, Revolutionary soldier found in the catalog.
Some descendants of Giles Thomas, Revolutionary soldier
W. Conway Price
|Statement||compiled by W. Conway Price.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.T46 1980e|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||82180743|
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is excited to announce a new resource has been added to its Genealogical Research System (GRS). The new resource is an index of o digitized family Bible records, and each day more records are digitized and added to the Index. This is one of the largest known collections of such genealogical materials in existence. 4. Judah Hopkins, Sr. was born January / at Eastham, Barnstable, MA (on Cape Cod). He was the son of Stephen and Mary (Merrick) Hopkins. He was married 14 April at Eastham to Hannah Mayo, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Mayo and a descendent of William Brewster of the Hannah's death in , Judah was remarried on 12 May to another Hannah Mayo, a cousin of .
DESCENDANTS OF CAPTAIN THOMAS HEWITT OF STONINGTON, CONN.. Compiled by Virginia Hewitt Watterson, Found in the Joseph Smith Library, Salt Lake City, Ut. Page Born in Canaan, Litchfield Co., Conn., 5 Dec (VR), son of Ephraim Hewitt and Mary Randall; died after Aug , probably in Concord (now Day), Saratoga Co., NY. At the conclusion of the Revolutionary War, soldiers were invited to make application for bounty land promised them by Congress. The first warrants for land were issued in for lands in Kentucky and Ohio. Before he was awarded bounty, the soldier was required to submit proof of service in the form of certificates and affidavits.
Descendants of Hezekiah Adkins Genealogy of the Biggs Family of Giles Co, VA and Monroe Co, WV. Descendants of John Biggs of Giles County who fought in the Revolutionary War. Charles Barker's Genealogy Page A brief look at the families section found references to Moredock McKenzie, John George Burgess and Polly Davis, all of Giles County. The Revolutionary War lasted for eight long years, beginning with the battle between British troops and local Massachusetts militia at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts, on 19 April , and ending with the signing of the Treaty of Paris in If your family tree in America stretches back to this time period, it is likely you can claim descendancy from at least one ancestor who had some.
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Special report of the Department of Archives and History for ". Military [edit | edit source] Revolutionary War [edit | edit source]. Kegley, Mary B. Revolutionary War Pension Applications of Southwest Virginia Soldiers.
n.p.: M.B. Kegley, Available at FHL. [Includes Giles County pensioners.] A Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services: With their Names, Ages, and Places of Residence, as Returned by the Marshalls.
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. Pages: U.S., Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, This data collection contains 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 best place for quickly working your way back to the Revolutionary War period () is the Public Member Trees Database on NOTE: is a subscription r, you can access for free at your local Family History Center or public library affiliate.
made from 24 of the numbered record books in Revolutionary soldier book 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. From the years toapproximat men from North Carolina served in the American Revolution.
This database is a roster of these individuals, which has been compiled by various sources, such as: the North Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution, U.S. War Department Report of Pensions, Pierce's Register, records of the 10 regiments, company rosters, Army Accounts, and State.
Spouse Hopkins Lineage Service Spouse Silver Book Reference DAR Anc# 1: Seth Barlow: Mary 6 Hammond, Sarah 5 Snow, Nicholas 4 Snow, Mark 3 Snow, Constance 2 Hopkins, Stephen 1: Pvt MA: Mary 6 Hammond: 6/ S#vii.
A - 1: 2: Ephraim Barnum: Keziah 6 Covell, Keziah 5 Tucker, Hannah 4 Mayo, Elizabeth 3 Ring, Deborah 2 Hopkins, Stephen 1: Capt CT. Thomas Armstrong applied for revolutionary pension while living in Lincoln County, Tenn. in October, He was born J in York County, PA.
Whilte a resident of Guilford County, N. he enlisted in April, and served three months as a private in Capt. John Davis' and Capt.
George Pierce's Companies in Col. McDowell's North. Giles Co., TN. This article was taken from The Pulaski Citizen, Febru edition. To the Editor of the Citizen: From an old government publication made inI learn that at that date there were twenty-four persons who were drawing pensions from the United States for revolutionary.
Some descendants of Revolutionary War soldier Thomas Curry of Franklin Co., In by James Lieland,Anundsen Pub. edition, in English. The Society assists descendants of the Pilgrim Hopkins family to acquire proof of eligibility for membership into the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.
It also facilitates networking and information-sharing among PHHS members, thereby broadening and disseminating knowledge of Stephen Hopkins and of the Pilgrim Hopkins family heritage.
In the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, Vol NovemberNumber 4, page 3, Carolyn Copeland Bland offers the following: "Genealogy requires analysis as well as research.
In this most precise work, mistakes are inevitable, and it is every researcher’s responsibility to question the work of. Virginia Navy in the Revolutionary War COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX James L. Douthat 35 Pages, " x 11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted VA, $ Virginia Pensioners of the American Revolutionary War COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX 80 Pages, " x 11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted VA, $ Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia p.
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Proves Chillian son of Martin Thomas McAdory Owen, History of Alabama and Dictionary of Alabama Biography () Vol. 1VP Some descendants of Revolutionary War soldier Thomas Curry of Franklin Co., In by James Lieland; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Family, Genealogy; Places: Indiana; People: Bernard family, Curry family, Farris family, Thomas Curry ().
TESTERMAN, THOMAS, On a list of delinquents from private muster for Captain Osborn's Company for February 3, TESTERMAN, THOMAS, On Osborn's Militia Rosters for April 2, and THENNEDAY, MATTHEW, Cox's Company, Prob. THOMAS, JONATHAN, Filed pension application in in Grayson Co., age 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. Some Descendants of Nicholas Nall, a Revolutionary Soldier.
Joseph Simpson, Prisoner in Quebec, German Immigrant, Christian F. Waggoner John Saunder’s Journey to NC Tombstone Inscriptions of Blacks in the City Cemetery, Raleigh, NC.
Marriage License of William Colleson Frederick Long of Surry County. Get this from a library! Some descendants of Revolutionary War soldier Thomas Curry of Franklin Co., In.: also including information on the families of Barnard.Occupant and Survey books contain property descriptions and surveys of land grants.
These grants were issued either by the United States government, North Carolina, or Tennessee as far back as the Indian and Revolutionary wars. The following books contain the first documentation of ownership for a given tract in Shelby County.After the War, hundreds more Revolutionary War veterans streamed into Tennessee, their total number unknown, but with over 2, known pensioners alone by (Federal Pension Rolls).
Over 3, records have been added to the Tennesseans in the Revolutionary War database already, although most entries are still incomplete.