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David Owen, revolutionary war soldier and his descendants

Wilkes County, North Carolina to Rockcastle County, Kentucky
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David Owen () was born probably in that portion of Halifax County, Va., that in became Pittsylvania Co. His father was William Owen, Sr. (ca.

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), born in Virginia, and died in Wilkes County, N.C. David Owen/Owens died in Rockcastle Co., Ky. He was married to Winefred Mullins (), daughter of Henry Mullins and Mary Terry, in in Wilkes Co., N.C.

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[Charles Sterling Owens] -- David Owen revolutionary war soldier and his descendants book was born probably in that portion of Halifax County, Va., that in became Pittsylvania Co. His father was William Owen, Sr. (ca. ), born in Virginia, and died in.

David Owen () was born probably in that portion of Halifax County, Va., that in became Pittsylvania Co. His father was William Owen, Sr. (ca. ), born in Virginia, and died in Wilkes County, N.C.

David Owen/Owens died in Rockcastle Co., Ky. For a full description of the Virginia Revolutionary Public Claims and a listing of available counties, see: Revolutionary "Publick" Claims series [Pc29] $For more records pertaining to HALIFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA see also: MEN IN GRAY INTERMENTS series Pittsylvania County Prince Edward County Guide to Virginia Militia Units in the War of.

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The compiled service rec-ords consist of one or more jacket-envelopes for each soldier. Aug 16,  · Owen Thomas, Revolutionary War writeifyoulivetogetthere.com maybe not. Posted by David, Joseph, Phillip and Jesse.

Owen owned a Bark Mill, which is also mentioned in his fathers will (will book E pageswritten 23 Jun and proven 12 SepLoudoun county, Virginia)Owen died between 20 May when his will was written and 8 Sep when.

They emigrated from Virginia, Mecklinburg County, to North Carolina, about the yearand from there to this County about Edward Beville, Sen., was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, and drew a pension at the time of his death; he was a great lover.

The first organization of descendants of Revolutionary War patriots was established in San Francisco, California, in A group of men who were descendants of Revolutionary War veterans gathered to celebrate the centennial of the Declaration of Independence and the founding of the United States.

They also wanted to honor the men and women who pledged their lives, fortunes, and livelihood to Headquarters: West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky. GRIFFIN, JOSEPH—The lottery of Georgia lists him as a Revolutionary soldier in Monroe County, Ga.

His will is in Will Book 1, Chambers County, Ala., and bears the date of January 8, On February 9,John Patterson signed a surety along with David Smith and Benjamin Smith.

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Exactly who is the last surviving veteran is often an issue of contention, especially with records from long-ago wars. The "last man standing" was often very young at the time of enlistment and in many cases had lied. Apr 30,  · They emigrated from Virginia, Mecklinburg county, to North Carolina, about the yearand from there to this county about Edward Beville, Sen., was a soldier in the Revolutionary war, and drew a pension at the time of his death; he was a great lover of liberty, and often spoke of the prosperity of his country.

His sons, John, Robert and Levi, had preceded him to Kentucky, and John had already been killed at the Blue Licks. His youngest son Owen (settled in Ohio), and his daughter Hannah (who married Elijah Smith) came with him. So too, came his brother-in-law, James Parker, and his sister Mary.

David Todd died in Fayette Co., February 8, Children: John Todd, Hannah Owen Smith, Judge Owen Todd, Elizabeth North, Andrew Todd. Iberian Publishing Company supplies reference works for historical and genealogical research.

These records concern the American Revolution, the War ofthe Civil War and World War I. Confederate burials in Virginia, Georgia Revolutionary soldiers graves, Publick Claims, etc.

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Evidently moved to Laurens County inafter the Revolution. He purchased his first tract of land October 6, with "Va." money.

(Deed Book A, p. ) He settled near his brother in law, Samuel Wharton, near Waterloo, SC and died there in 9.

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Recollections of An Old Soldier: the Life of Captain David Perry, a soldier of the French and Revolutionary Wars written by himself. First published by Simeon Ide in A Colonial and Revolutionary War soldier's search for his posterity. Additional material on his descendants, ancestors and family; includes notes on various editions, American and Canadian history, French and Indian War.

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Artemas Ward was a Major General in the Continental army who went on to have a political career after the war. George Washington is, of course, the most famous of Revolutionary War generals and was commander-in-chief of the colonial forces.

His wife, Louisa Talbot Keyes, lies beside him. John Wade Keyes was born in Mystic, near Boston, Mass., Sept. 25,and died near Athens, Ala., Feb.

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13, His ancestry and many acts of his life are told in a book of the Keyes family called Solomon Keyes and His Descendants, by Judge Asa Keyes, of Vermont, published in Battleboro. Wilderness Road Issues. Order back issues from Bullitt County Genealogical Society, PO BoxShepherdsville KY Each issue $5, or $20 per volume of 4 issues.

N.B. Some record abstracts published serially in Wilderness Road have been collated and indexed and are available in book form (see book. Following is a list of known Revolutionary War soldiers and their wives who are buried in, or who lived in Tioga County PA.

This includes many who were residents of the county at the time they filed pension papers but about whom little is known. If you can fill in any.

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This blog contains information about James Irwin and his ancestors and descendants. James was born 16 Oct in Lack, Cumberland, Pennsylvania and died on 10 Feb in West Chester Township, Butler County, Ohio.

Jul 04,  · Lazarus Dodson (), Revolutionary War Veteran, 52 Ancestors # Below, Debbie and I have placed the “Descendants” wreath. His three descendants present were me, Debbie and her grandson. It was on his acres that he received for his Revolutionary War service, located on Gap Creek.US Revolutionary War Historical Markers American Revolution, Christmas is buried here with his wife, Mary Roberson, his son, Nathaniel G.

Christmas, and other descendants. Living then in Green County, Ga., he drew a land lot nearby in Just west of this marker is the grave of John Andrew who was a Revolutionary War soldier who.DAVID GENTRY, REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERAN A Mystery Not Yet Solved by Willard Gentry Revised May [Publisher's Note.

(September ) The present article contains extensive revisions of an article previously published as Volume 2, Issue #4, April which has been withdrawn and replaced by this revision.