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Jones Broach

Birthdate:
Birthplace: King and Queen County, Virginia, United States
Death: January 05, 1809 (54)
Clarke County, Georgia, United States
Place of Burial: Clarke County, Georgia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Broach and unknown Broach
Husband of Elizabeth Broach
Father of Mary Broach; Charles Thomas Broach; Littleberry Broach; George Broach; William H Broach and 2 others
Brother of Abner Broach; Benoni Broach; James Broach and George Broach

Managed by: Russell Melvin Ratliff Jr.
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About Jones Broach

DAR Ancestor #: A015160

Married in 1778 in Caswell County, North Carolina

Notes for Jones BROACH Revolutionary War All the info about the predecessors of Jones Broach are from Murry Broach. Not documented, but is "supported by a perponderance of evidence"

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From www.broach.net, the Broach homepage maintained by Murry Broach of Arkansas: ------------------------------------------------ Jones Broach was born in King & Queen County, Virginia about 1748. Early in his life, Jones migrated as a single man to Caswell County, North Carolina where he married Elizabeth Haynie about 1777. Elizabeth was also born in Virginia, about 1753. Jones and Elizabeth had seven children who are listed in the Descendants of Jones Broach After the Revolutionary War, Jones Broach first settled in Wilkes County, Georgia then in Greene County, Georgia where he lived in 1805 during the Georgia Land Lottery. Prior to this he had migrated through South Carolina from his starting point in Caswell County, North Carolina. Jones died in Clarke County, Georgia on January 5, 1809, leaving a will and in the will all children are mentioned. (See The Will of Jones Broach) Jones Broach was a Patriot who served honorably in the Revolutionary War. Many of his female descendants are members of the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) and his male descendants qualify for membership in several similiar patriot societies. Following are the war records of Jones Broach from the Military Service Records, National Archives, Washington, DC. Jones Broach, Revolutionalry War, Pvt Caswell County, North Carolina served in Capt Robert Moores Company in Lt Col Lytle's Command. Commencement of time served 26 May 1778. Time Paid: 6 months, 5 days Paid: 1 Dec 1778 Rate of Pay Per Month In Dollars 6 2/3 Total Amount in Dollars, 41 1/4 Amount L16, S10 (note L & S indicate English monetary units.) The same Jones Broach is also listed in the Washington Memorial Library in Macon, Georgia in the same command with an entry not dated stating Pay Roll L 28, S 6 d 4 with no date given. Also State Records of North Carolina by Clark, Vol XVll. Some of the earliest and most extensive research on the descendants of Jones Broach was done in the 1960s by his great-great-grandson, Raymond Charles Broach. All Broaches in this line will be forever indebted to Raymond Charles for these well documented facts.

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Clarke County Military Lists, Revolutionary War, compiled by: ethelind@athens.net. 23.Jonas BROACH, d. 1809; served in 1778 in NC Continental line; res. Oglethorpe Co.

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Jones Broach's Timeline

1755
1755
King and Queen County, Virginia, United States
1777
1777
Age 22
North Carolina
1778
1778
Age 23
South Carolina, United States
1790
1790
Age 35
Caswell, North Carolina
1809
January 5, 1809
Age 54
Clarke County, Georgia, United States
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