James N. Crook (1746 - 1823)

‹ Back to Crook surname

1

Matches

0 1 0
Adds burial place.

View James N. Crook's complete profile:

  • See if you are related to James N. Crook
  • Request to view James N. Crook's family tree

Share

Birthdate:
Birthplace: [or Sep 29] Culpeper Co, VA; served in Revolution (Daniel Morgan's 14/15 VA Regts, wounded at Bunker Hill); moved to Spartanburg Co, SC c1790
Death: Died in Bur. Bethel Cemetery, Woodruff, Spartanburg Co, SC
Managed by: Doug Robinson
Last Updated:

About James N. Crook

James Crook was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He fought with the Continental Army until he was wounded at Bunker Hill. He then continued to help the cause by supplying the Continental Army with goods and meat. A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A028018

view all 15

Capt. James Crook's Timeline

1746
May 29, 1746
[or Sep 29] Culpeper Co, VA; served in Revolution (Daniel Morgan's 14/15 VA Regts, wounded at Bunker Hill); moved to Spartanburg Co, SC c1790
1770
1770
Age 23
VA
1772
1772
Age 25
1774
1774
Age 27
Stayed in SC
1777
1777
Age 30
Stayed in SC
1779
1779
Age 32
went to N. Georgia near Dalton
1780
1780
Age 33
went to N. Georgia near Dalton
1783
1783
Age 36
1785
1785
Age 38
1787
1787
Age 40