|Birthplace:||Virginia, United States|
|Death:||Died in Hancock, Georgia, United States|
Son of Captain Tully Choice and Ann Choice
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Historical records matching Tully Choice
About Tully Choice
A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA with the rank of CAPTAIN. DAR Ancestor # A021713
Possibly the one mentioned in Garrett's list of early senators from DeKalb County, Georgia (vol. 1, p. 53)
Son of Tully Choice, Sr. and Ann Duff
Tully Choice, Jr., enlisted in the Revolutionary War in 1776, served in Capt. Thomas Dillard's Company. He was appointed, September 15, 1777, as 2nd., Lieutenant in the Virginia Militia and served from April 01, 1779 about four months in Capt. Witchin's(?) company, Col. David Hanson's Regiment. He served from June 1780, as a Lieutant in Col. Faulkner's Regiment. He was in the battle of Camden, when a ball passed through his coat, and it was a miracle he was not injured. He was appointed August 26, 1788, Captain of the Henry County, Virginia Malitia.
He moved from Henry County, Virginia in 1784, later to South Carolina, where he lived until 1792 and then to Hancock County, Georgia in the same year.
He received a pension from his application, executed January 7, 1833 for his service in the Revolutionary War.
He married August 15, 1791, Laurens Co., SC to Rebecca Sims. She applied for a pension, executed on October 27, 1843.