Samuel Wallace, Cpt.

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Samuel Wallace, Cpt.

Birthplace: Ulster, Tyrone, Ireland
Death: October 03, 1798 (67-68)
Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States
Place of Burial: Mechanicsburg, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Immediate Family:

Son of John Wallace; John Henry Wallace; Martha Wallace and Janet Wallace
Husband of Margaret Wallace
Father of William Wallace; Mary Weir; Sarah Brooks; Joseph Wallace; Samuel Wallace and 5 others
Brother of Charlotte 'Elizabeth' Junkin (Wallace) and Martha Hays

Managed by: Cynthia Wilken Rhodes Sievers
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About Samuel Wallace, Cpt.

Ancestor #: A119982

Captain Samuel Wallace -- 5th Co. 3rd. Battalion Cumberland Co. Militia 1778

These men were from or mustered from Allen Township.

Samuel's pension records state he is born in Ulster Co., Tyrone, Ireland. Children Martha, Sarah and William and their spouses are also recorded, as well as Martha Patton Wallace. He probably entered through the port of Philadelphia.

  • Birth: 1730 - Tyrone, Tyrone, Northern Ireland
  • Death: Oct 3 1798 - Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Parents: John Wallace, Martha Wallace (born Hays)
  • Siblings: William Wallace, Elizabeth Junkin (born Wallace)
  • Wife: Margaret Wallace (born Patton)
  • Children: Samuel Wallace, Frances Wallace, John Wallace, Mary Wallace, Sarah Wallace, Joseph Wallace, Samuel Wallace, Martha Wallace, William Wallace, Elizabeth Wallace, Margaret Wallace
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Samuel Wallace, Cpt.'s Timeline

Ulster, Tyrone, Ireland
November 14, 1763
Allen Township, Cumberland, Pennsylvania, United States
September 3, 1765
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States
October 8, 1767
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States
June 30, 1769
June 20, 1771
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States
April 23, 1773
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, United States
August 31, 1775
Cumberland, Dauphin, Pennsylvania, United States
September 8, 1777
Allen Township, Cumberland County, PA