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Joshua Rutledge

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Birthplace: Virginia, United States
Death: Died in Harford, Maryland, United States
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Son of Abraham Rutledge and Penlope Rutledge Rutledge
Husband of Augustine Rutledge and ELIZABETH Rutledge
Father of John Biddle Rutledge; Nancy Streett; Thomas Talbot Rutledge; Abraham Rutledge; Joshua Secundus Rutledge and 8 others
Brother of Jane Rutledge; Elizabeth Rutledge; Abraham Rutledge; Elihua Rutledge; John Rutledge and 4 others

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About Joshua Rutledge

A Patriot of the American Revolution for MARYLAND with the rank of LIEUTENANT. DAR Ancestor #: A098749 -------------------- Commissioned as a Lieutenant in the 4th Regiment, Maryland Line and served until the end of the war. He received one-half his salary for life. Lt. Rutledge was a member of the Society of the Cincinnati, an original member of Washington's group so honored. During the war Joshua was captured at Camden, SC and imprisoned in the British Hulks in Charleston Harbor. He escaped. For his service he was granted title to four tracts of land, 50 acres each, in Garrett County west of Fort Cumberland.

After the war, he lived in Washington County for a while on lands belonging to Col. Tilghman. He returned to Harford County from there.

John Rutledge, Joshua's brother, bought for him the valuable tract of land called "Rich Neck," lying at the intersection of Little Creek and Deerk Creek. This was later divided into two farms. Joshua was given the 400 acre tract called "The Brick House Farm" or "Ruth's Industry," part of which has been passed on through the family and still remains as such today, minus about 100 acres.

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Joshua Rutledge's Timeline

1760
1760
Virginia, United States
1780
May 1780
Age 20

Commissioned as a Lieutenant in the 4th Regiment, Maryland Line and served until the end of the war.

1793
January 19, 1793
Age 33
1794
October 3, 1794
Age 34
1795
December 9, 1795
Age 35
1798
February 13, 1798
Age 38
October 15, 1798
Age 38
1800
1800
Age 40
1802
October 22, 1802
Age 42
1805
January 1, 1805
Age 45