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J. Jacob Phifer (1757 - 1846)

Jacob Phifer moved to Knox County, Ohio in 1818. He owned and operated an inn in what is now the village of Jelloway, Knox County, Ohio. The inn was an important stage stop on the route between Clevela...

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Joshua Wyeth, Boston Tea Party (1758 - 1829)

The first published account of the Boston Tea Party by a participant was recorded from the words of Joshua Wyeth. He was just sixteen when he joined other patriots in boarding the tea ships in Boston H...

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Ebenezer Wyeth, II (1727 - 1799)

WYETH, EBENEZER Ancestor #: A129014 Service: MASSACHUSETTS Rank: PRIVATE Birth: 4-8-1727 CAMBRIDGE MIDDLESEX CO MASSACHUSETTS Death: 8-4-1799 CAMBRIDGE MIDDLESEX CO MASSACHUSETTS Service Sour...

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Noah Wyeth (1742 - 1814)

Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988 about Noah Wyeth DAR A 129016, Pvt. Mass Name: Noah Wyeth Event Type: Birth Birth Date: 7 Jul 1742 Birth Place: Cambridge, Massachusetts F...

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Laban Chappell (1762 - 1829)

DAR#A021019

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Chattin Doggett, Sr. MP (1743 - 1817)

Chattin Doggett was born on 1743 in Culpeper County, Virginia to George Doggett and Ann Chattin Doggett. Chattin married Sarah MNU and had 7 children: DAR A , 203738, Capt. Civil Service, Patriotic S...

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James Gee (b. - 1777)

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William Chappell (1763 - d.)

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Thomas Chappell, Jr. (deceased)

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Daniel Shoemaker (D-48) (1751 - c.1836)

Settled in Wyoming Valley, PPA, then moved to Nichols, NY. Served as LT in nJacob Stroud's Regt. was Pensioner under the act of 1802 DAR #A104178, Lt. Pa.

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Elijah Shoemaker (D-46) (1747 - 1778)

Elijah came to the Wyoming Valley with the "First forty" of Kingston, Luzern County PA, taking his father's share of the Indian Purchase, some 1200 acres of the best land in the township, adjoining the...

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Hezekiah Hardesty (1763 - 1840)

DAR A 050126, Pvt. Pa--------------------He was a Revolutionary Soldier. Seventh Battalion, Fourth Company, York Co., PA. Volunteers. He served six times--March, 1778, one month; May, 1778, two month...

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William Farnsworth (1737 - c.1837)

DAR A 038763, Sgt. Mass.

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Gershom Farnsworth (1743 - 1784)

DAR A 038733, Cpl. Mass

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Charnel Hightower Durham, Captain (1753 - 1836)

Event: Milit-Beg 01 JUL 1774 Note: Revolutionary War DAR#A035338 Note: He was a Captain during the Revolutionary War. He served for three years under Thomas Woodward, Richard Winn and Frank Boykin ...

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William Boyd (1745 - 1846)

DAR A 013059, Sergeant, Pa.

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William Boyd MP (c.1710 - 1794)

DAR A 013063, Patriotic Service, Furnished supplies, VA Depending on the descendant supplying information, William Boyd was born anywhere fro 1710 to 1720. All agree on Bedford County, Virginia. He d...

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Eliphalet Ensign MP (1718 - 1792)

) DAR A 036952,, Pvt. Ct. Patriotic Service. Eliphalet Ensign b. 26 APR 1718 West Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut d. 21 JUL 1792 New Hartford, Litchfield County, Connecticut Parents:...

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Samuel Ensign MP (1745 - 1817)

DAR A 036976, Pvt. Ct. Samuel Ensign b. 6 SEP 1745 New Hartford, Litchfield County, Connecticut d. 1816/17 River Creek, Huron County, Ohio Parents and Siblings F. Eliphalet Ensign 171...

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Joab Austin MP (1740 - 1820)

First, the Austins DAR A 003813, Sergeant, Mass. Aaron Austin, one of four sons of Joab Austin and Eleanor Kellogg Austin of Sheffield, Massachusetts, came to Skaneateles around 1796 and established ...

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Datus Ensign MP (1752 - 1832)

DAR A 036947, Pvt. Mass.

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Datus Ensign MP (c.1729 - 1750)

Descendent of James Ensign. Both Father and Son, Datus Ensign served in the Revolutionary War. DAR A 036946, Civil Services. Mass.

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Samuel Morrow (1760 - 1842)

DAR#A081383

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Charles Smith (1742 - 1824)

DAR#A104862

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Joseph Kimbrough (1760 - 1804)

DAR A 066200, Soldier, Militia, Va.

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Capt. James Yancey MP (1704 - 1779)

DAR A 129364, Patriotic Service, NC.

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Samual Parks, Sr. MP (c.1710 - 1790)

SAMUAL3 PARKS (THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 1710 in Essex Co Va6, and died Abt. 1790 in Orange Co N.C.. He married MARY NORTH Abt. 1733 in N.C., daughter of ANTHONY NORTH and WINIFRED. Notes for SAMUAL...

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George Parks (1759 - 1837)

10. GEORGE4 PARKS (JOHN3, THOMAS2, JOHN1)15 was born August 05, 1759 in Monroe Co IN. DAR A 087704, NC, Sergeant. Child of GEORGE PARKS is: i. PLEASANT5 PARKS15, b. January 02, 1789, Surry C...

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Samuel Lined Parks (1757 - 1844)

9. SAMUEL LINED4 PARKS (JOHN3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born November 28, 1757 in Amherst Co NC, and died October 23, 1844 in Burke Co, NC. He married ELIZABETH HARBISON14 Abt. 1778 in Wilkes Co NC. Not...

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Ensign Benjamin Parks (1746 - 1839)

DAR A 134306,. Ensign for Nc and Va. The family of Parks Thomas & Son John. Thomas had John & Thomas, The names of the children of John were as Follows. Name Birth Born Lived died date Rachel...

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John Parks, Sr. MP (1706 - 1793)

John Parks was born on 18 May 1706 at Essex, Virginia. He was the son of Thomas Parks and Sarah Miller. John Parks married Mary Sharpe, daughter of Elisha Sharpe and Margaret Procter, on 20 August 17...

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Henry Tate (1712 - 1793)

DAR A 112124; furnished supplies, patriotic service, VA.

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Capt. John Ashby (c.1731 - 1776)

DAR A 003415, Soldier under Capt. Washington, VA.

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Capt. "Jack" Ashby (Cont. Army) (1740 - 1815)

DAR A 003414, Major, VA.

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Valentine Weirick, Sr. (1750 - 1819)

DAR A 121719, Pvt. Pa.

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Joseph Coy (1738 - 1823)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for CONNECTICUT with the rank of SERGEANT. DAR Ancestor #: A027117

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Jacob Weirick (1754 - 1823)

DAR A 208784, Lancaster County Militia Soldier. Two men of same name in same unit.

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James Harlow (1763 - 1846)

DAR A 050730, Pvt. Mass.

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Benjamin Harlow (1723 - 1792)

From "The Cummington Harlows Genealolgy": In 1775, at age 52, Benjamin joined Capt. Ebenezer Tisdale's Stoughtonham Company as a private. The Company marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; he served...

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Lt. Colonel Thacker Burwell (1746 - 1780)

DAR A 020012, VA Lt. Col.

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Major Nathaniel Burwell, IV (1750 - 1802)

DAR A 019993, Major, Aide-de-camp to Gen Howe.

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Lewis Burwell, V (1737 - c.1779)

A prominent member of the Virginia Company, Richard Kingsmill, became the namesake of the Kingsmill Plantation. The Virginia Company was a for-profit organization chartered in England which was charged...

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Abel Moses (1733 - 1785)

DAR A 082053, Private, CT

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William Brice Fonvielle (1733 - 1780)

DAR A 404055 for NC.

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Francis Marion Fonville (1738 - 1798)

DAR Ancestor # 040452 --------------------DAR Patriot for NC, A040452.

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Asa Douglas, Sr. (1715 - 1792)

DAR A 033626, Patriotic Service, Deputy to the Provencial Congress, Albany, New York. "Following the last French War, Asa Douglass, great grandson of Wiliam and great grandfather of Stephen A. Dougla...

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Maj. Asa Douglas, Jr. (1739 - 1812)

Asa moved with his wife Sara to Canaan, NY, and became a large farmer in that town. He also raised large numbers of horses for sale. DAR A 033635, Captain, New York He took part in the Revolutionary ...

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Thomas Hash (1756 - 1848)

DAR A 052346, Ensign, VA

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William Horton Hash, Sr. (1756 - 1848)

William Horton Hash, Sr DAR A 052349, Va.Patriotic Service. Memorial Photos Flowers Edit Share Learn about removing the ads from this memorial... Birth: 1748 Death: 1818 Family links: Parents: ...

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John "Old John" J. Hash, Jr. (1724 - 1784)

DAR A 052352, Patriotic Service, Virginia John (Old John) Hash (Hashe, Nash) Born 22 Apr 1724 , Of Grayson, Va. Find all individuals with events at this location Gender Male AFN 1BFG-S4 _UID 6...

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John Duer (1748 - 1831)

Daughters of American Revolution Ancestor #: A034329 Service: NEW JERSEY Rank: PRIVATE Birth: 1-19-1748 Death: 4-3-1831 JACKSON TWP TRUMBULL CO OHIO Service Source: NJ, REV WAR: COMP OF REV WAR...

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Thomas Nickerson (b. - c.1799)

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Samuel Mosby (c.1720 - c.1783)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for NORTH CAROLINA. DAR Ancestor #: A081933 --------------------DAR A 081933, Civil Service , Juror, NC

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Jacob Mosby (1697 - 1781)

DAR A 202798, Patriotic Services, Furnished supplies, Virginia

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William Sprague (1759 - 1828)

"He enlisted at the age of 16 into Cobbs Regiment. In 1779, moved to Greene, Maine, where he built a saw and grist mill. The settlement has always been known as Sprague's Mills. He lived first in a log...

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Thomas Dill, II MP (c.1734 - 1830)

Notes From "Hannah (Horton) Dill died before 1797, leaving at least 4 and perhaps 9 children under the age of 13. Thomas Dill married (2) Ruth Linkhornew in 1797 and he married (3) Susanna Hatch in...

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Samuel Duke (1722 - 1790)

DAR A 0345418, Patriotic Service, Va

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Matthew Thomas Duke, Sr. MP (c.1743 - 1819)

DAR A 34512, Patriotic Services, NC

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Benjamin Tucker, Dr. MP (1738 - c.1816)

Dr. Benjamin (4) Tucker Jr., son of Benjamin (3) and Sarah (Woodward) Tucker, was born in Middleboro, Mass., in 1738. He married Mary, (or Polly), Thomas, in 1760, and joined the Congregational Church ...

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Adam Wheeler, Capt. (c.1732 - c.1802)

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Josiah Sparks, Jr. (c.1752 - 1846)

DAR A 107887, Patriotic Service, Md.

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Solomon Sparks, Sr. (1725 - c.1790)

DAR A 131728,, Patriotic Service, NC Furnished supplies. "Solomon Sparks lived in Maryland before settling in North Carolina. . .Solomon Sparks removed with his family some time in 1753 to near Salisbu...

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Benjamin Weed, Sr. MP (1707 - 1786)

Dar A 121406, Patriotic Service, Conn.

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Col. Joseph Winston MP (1746 - 1815)

Colonel Joseph Winston 1745-1815 The City of Winston (part of Winston-Salem), North Carolina, built in 1851, was named in honor of a local war hero, Major Joseph Winston from Wilkes and Surry count...

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George Reynolds (1754 - 1813)

American Revolutionary War Officer. Fought at Guilford Courthouse under Gen. Nathaniel Greene.

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Thomas Lynch (1725 - 1781)

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Robert Dunlap (1740 - 1781)

Ensign Robert Dunlap refused an order to retreat and lost his life at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina March 15, 1781. He was 41 years old. The battle was pivotal in the American Revol...

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Rev Henry Burnley (1756 - 1835)

Before the battle of Guilford Courthouse Jack Smith Davenport confided in his friend Henry Burnley that he felt he would die. Henry thought he was joking and, in turn, jokingly said to Jack that if thi...

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John Smith Davenport (1747 - 1781)

He was killed during the Battle of Guilford Courthouse and presumed buried there. Before the battle, Jack confided in his friend Henry Burnley that he felt he would die. Henry thought he was joking and...

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1st Lt. Benjamin Moseley, Continental Line (1755 - 1799)

DAR# A081955, First Lt. Va. Continental Line

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John B. Akers MP (1758 - c.1839)

John B. Akers was the second son of Blackburn Akers Sr and wife Elizabeth Blackburn. He was born 1758 in Albemarle Co., Virginia and died c.1839 in Franklin Co., Virginia. He married Anne Jeffries in M...

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Valentine Akers MP (1762 - c.1839)

Valentine Akers was the son of Blackburn Akers Sr and wife Susannah Blackburn. He was born in 1762 in Buckingham Co., Virginia and died before 1840 in Floyd Co., Kentucky. He married Frances Branham c....

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Abraham Payne (1758 - 1827)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for CONNECTICUT with the rank of Private. DAR Ancestor # A085936

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Solomon Bates, Jr. MP (1741 - 1815)

Served in the Revolutionary War from Hanover, Massachusetts. Was a Corporal in Capt. Joseph Stetson's Company, Col. Dykes Rgmt. Military Service: Participated in the occupation of Dorchester Heights ...

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Peleg Ewell (1739 - 1823)

DAR A 038013, Sailor, New Hampshire.

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James Ewell (1757 - 1827)

DAR A 037994, Pvt. Mass. James, the eldest son of John Ewell, was born in Scituate, Plymouth County, Mass., in December, 1757. He lived at the parental home during his minority, and assisted his mother...

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John Ewell, Jr. (1734 - 1826)

BIRTH, EARLY LIFE AND FAMILY OF JOHN EWELL. DAR A 038009, Ma. Civil Service. John Ewell was born in Scotland, on the 4th day of March, in the year 1734, but no record is found of his ancestry. John l...

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Peter Kuhn (1748 - 1804)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of Private. DAR Ancestor # A025671

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James Meek, Sr. (c.1758 - c.1819)

DAR A 077078, Captain, Patriotic Service, Battle of King's Mountain, Captured by Tories. South Carolina

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Christian Clemmer (c.1758 - 1811)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A023379

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Benjamin Rosenberger (c.1758 - c.1824)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A098208

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John Raymond (1725 - 1789)

DAR A 093707, Ct.. Patriotic Service.

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Joshua Raymond, Sr (1723 - 1790)

Dar A 093720, Civil Service. Justice of the Peace.

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DAVID French (1747 - 1838)

DAR A 042365, PVT AND PATRIOTIC SERVICE, NJ

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Aaron French, Sr., (1739 - 1805)

FRENCH, AARON Ancestor #: A042313 Service: NEW JERSEY Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE Birth: 9-8-1739 NEW JERSEY Death: 8-31-1805 GREENE CO PENNSYLVANIA Service Source: *S9194, PENSION OF SAMUEL CORY Service D...

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John Julius Gibbs (1753 - 1834)

John Julius Gibbs was a Revolutionary War solider. His first wife Aggy Davis bore him two children and died circa 1782. Thereafter - about December 2, 1785 he married Catherine Gale (possibly first mar...

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Blackburn Akers, Sr., Revolutionary Soldier MP (1735 - 1796)

Blackburn Akers, Sr. was born about 1735 in Virginia and died about 1799 in Buckingham County, Virginia. He was the son of William Akers and Susannah Blackburn. He married his cousin, Elizabeth Blackbu...

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William E Akers (1735 - 1833)

DAR A 000283, Virginia, Patriotic Service.

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Levi Wentworth MP (1762 - 1826)

Levi Wentworth: Continental Soldier Of The Line: Entered Service Age 14- Passed for 19- Served 6YRS- 4th Connecticut Regiment Of The Line: Capt. Nathaniel Webb-Col. John Durkee: Served 3 enlistments Wa...

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Henry Rosenberger, Sr. (c.1751 - 1824)

DAR Ancestor

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John Rosenberger (1724 - 1808)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A098221

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Nicholas Bieber or Beaver (1739 - 1812)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for PENNSYLVANIA with the rank of PRIVATE. DAR Ancestor # A008246

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Col. Samuel Hammond (1757 - 1842)

Abner Hammond was lieutenant of state troops under his brother Col. Samuel Hammond during the Revolutionary War. DAR A 050664, VA and SC, Col. from: DAR lineage book

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Lt. Abner Hammond (1762 - 1829)

Lieutenant of state troops under his brother Col. Samuel Hammond. He served from the Edgefield District during the entire Revolutionary War. DAR A 050468, Lt. SC and Georgia. from:

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James Wentworth MP (1727 - c.1800)

From Daniel T.V. Huntoon's History of The Town of Canton, Massachusetts (1893) CHAPTER XVII THE NEUTRAL FRENCH In 1744 war was declared by Great Britain against France, and the following year...

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Samuel Staples, Jr. (1762 - 1825)

DAR A 108855, Major, VA

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William Greenman MP (1738 - 1809)

DAR A047562, Pvt. New Yorki

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Richard G Hardesty (1755 - 1847)

DAR A 050132. 0A PVT--------------------DAR A 050132, Pvt. Pa. Continental Line.

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Obadiah Hardesty (1758 - 1830)

Obediah Hardesty's History and Last Will Obediah HARDESTY. Born on Jan 26, 1758 in Virginia. Obediah died in Glencoe,Meade Twp., Belmont Co., Ohio on Jul 29, 1830; he was 72. Buried in Turk/Hardesty ...

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Shubael Wentworth (b. - c.1776)

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