Johann Phillip Darding (Dutton) (c.1741 - c.1810)

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Birthplace: Framersheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Death: Died in Wythe Co., VA
Managed by: Donald Edwin Dornblaser, Jr.
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About Johann Phillip Darding (Dutton)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A035616

'THIS PERSON IS NOT RELATED TO THE KINGSMAN DUTTON, THIS PERSON IS PALATINE GERMAN' Contact Donald Gerteisen for additonal info.

Immigrated from Palantine Rhineland as Johann Philipp Darding with his Father, Mother & Two Bros,Two sisters. They arrived in Philadelphia 26 Sep. 1752 aboard the 'Richard and Mary'

Philip Dutton is listed in 'Soldiers at the Battle of Point Pleasant' at The Upper Station, Big Crab Orchard Fort *. 10 Oct 1774 Under John Campbell, Ensign.

This Battle has been catagorized as the First battle of the American Revolution. Desendants eligiable for Sons and Daughters of the Revolution.

See: []http://www.pointpleasantwv.org/Parks&Campgrounds/StateParks/TuEndiWei/BattleStory.htm[]

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Johann Phillip Darding (Dutton)'s Timeline

1741
June 6, 1741
Framersheim, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
1777
1777
Age 35
Montgomery Co., VA
1779
July 10, 1779
Age 38
( Wythe Co.), VA
1781
1781
Age 39
1783
1783
Age 41
1785
1785
Age 43
1788
August 25, 1788
Age 47
Montgomery Co., VA
1810
February 7, 1810
Age 68
Wythe Co., VA
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