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Jeremiah Pemberton

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Son of William Pemberton and Sarah Pemberton (Drury)
Husband of Susanna Pemberton
Father of Adam Pemberton
Brother of Elizabeth Man (Pemberton) and unknown Pemberton

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About Jeremiah Pemberton

Notes and affidavits in suport of Jeremiah Pemberton's claim for reparations from the Crown after the American Revolution:

Pemberton, Jeremiah of Albany Co. Memorial Annapolis, NS, 1786. At the beginning of the war he lived on a farm given to him by his father.

On the day before the Saratoga Convention Burgoyne asked him to carry a despatch to Gen. Clinton, then supposed to be in the Highlands, promising him 200 guineas if he succeeded. When the claimant arrived in the Highlands he found that Clinton had retired to NY. The area was then so covered with rebels that he was obliged to remain in the woods until March when he finally reached NY after incredible hardships and delivered the despatch; he was never paid a farthing for this service.

He was twice made prisoner while serving in NY and commanded a Co. at the defence of Bergen blockhouse, an action hardly equalled for bravery. He was an Ens. in Col. Jessup's Regt. of Loyal Americans.

He came to NS where he has tried to improve the land granted him by the King but, never having been accustomed to labour, his prospects are deplorable. Claim for horses, cattle, etc.

Evidences: Note by Thomas Barclay dated Wilmot 7 February 1786 that the claimant has a wife and several children and is in want. Affidavit sworn 5 April 1790 by Samuel Steams that he knows the claimant to be a loyalist who served in NY in 1777 and received letters from him when he was in Quebec informing him that he had been prosecuted in Albany. Rejected. (13/15/90-95,42/481-482).

-- American Migrations 1765-1799, p315

Given Name(s): Jeremiah Surname: PEMBERTON Place: Annapolis County Group/Regiment: Loyalist Type of Records: Muster roll Year: 1784 Volume: 24 Page(s): 40 Record Title: Muster Roll of Disbanded Officers, Discharged and Disbanded Soldiers and Loyalists taken in the County of Annapolis betwist the 18th and 24th of June 1784. Microfilm Reel Number: C-9818 Reference: MG 23 D1, Series 1 Item Number: 821

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https://exhibitions.nysm.nysed.gov/albany/bios/p/jepemberton1496.html

http://www.genealogy.com/forum/surnames/topics/pemberton/1813/

http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/NOVA-SCOTIA/2000-05/0958435687

https://novascotia.ca/archives/census/returnsTax.asp?ID=12609

http://www.uelac.org/Loyalist-Ships/Amphitrite.php

https://books.google.ca/books?id=EekFVuhBJIgC&pg=PA19&lpg=PA19&dq=jeremiah+pemberton+loyalist&source=bl&ots=9rK625wdTh&sig=3z4czeBxeEGDSmT4XpuQYgrRFT4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwizq8fTj4rWAhVk74MKHe0eA-8Q6AEIYDAO#v=onepage&q=jeremiah%20pemberton%20loyalist&f=false

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Jeremiah Pemberton's Timeline

1754
May 1754
1775
December 6, 1775
Age 21
Albany, NY, United States
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