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Revolutionary War soldier John Pearce and descendants

Margaret Pearce Pasteur

Revolutionary War soldier John Pearce and descendants

wife, Ann Cain Pearce

by Margaret Pearce Pasteur

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Published by M.P. Pasteur in [Ocala, Fla.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pearce family.,
  • Pearce, John, 1763-1828 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    Statement[Margaret Pearce Pasteur].
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.P359 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination645, 9 p. :
    Number of Pages645
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3703587M
    LC Control Number2003271131
    OCLC/WorldCa52031841


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I have a grandfather that was in the revolutionary war and buried in the Old Kirklin Cemetery in Clinton County, In. There is a DAR Stone. He is one of eight and I cannot find it.

Class L^^^ VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia (Supplement) Special Report of the Department. of Archives Revolutionary War soldier John Pearce and descendants book History for H.

ECKENP:QDE, Archivist r RICHMOND: DAVIS BOTTOM, SVPEBINTENDENT OF PUBLIC PBINTINO 31. f List of the Revolutionary Soldiers of V ^inia PART 2 Preface The first part of the. South Carolina furnished some soldiers for this series of wars. The names of these S.C. soldiers are to be found in the records of Virginia and Pennsylvania.

From Revolutionary War soldier John Pearce and descendants book there was a great migration into South Carolina from Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland and North Carolina. The book I have is "The Revolutionary War Soldier John Pearce and Descendants (wife Ann Cain Pearce) by Margaret Pearce Pasteur.

John Pearce was born in in N.C., he died in in Camden, GA and was buried in in Camden County, GA. If you are interested, send me your names and I will see if they are in the book.

Jess. The organization of the Militia in colonial Rhode Island was established by law. Five county regiments and the number of companies in each town were specified.

Annually the General Assembly approved the locally elected officers for the trained bands (companies of militia) at its session in May or the next session in June. A line of research by Wanda DeGidio leads us to a Rhode Family of Halls, specifically John Hall of Westerly Rhode Island.

Visit her Web Site. She also has a book on this line of research - Hall Family History. Asa was a Revolutionary War soldier. There is a grave marker for him by the Daughters of the American Revolution at Hall’s church. The first organization of descendants of Revolutionary War patriots was established in San Francisco, California, in A group of men who were descendants of Revolutionary War Revolutionary War soldier John Pearce and descendants book gathered to celebrate the centennial of the Declaration of Independence and the founding of the United States.

They also wanted to honor the men and women who pledged their lives, fortunes, and livelihood to Headquarters: West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky. tionary War Soldier, John Pearce and Descendants: Pear Lanier: dants of John and Mary Rewis, Vol.

Rewi le Indian and Civil War Pension/Military Records Family Thorston: Rodd Alex M. Hitz,?Authentic List of All Land Lottery Grants Made to Veterans of the Revolutionary War by the Revolutionary War soldier John Pearce and descendants book of Georgia.

p Revolutionary Soldier. Land lottery of John Pearce of Camden, Lot# Muscogee County, January ,?Revolutionary Soldier. Revolutionary War Soldier: Heritage Quest Online William Bowen.

(Transcribed Declaration for Benefits by line). [Page 1 – William Bowen Revolutionary War Service Declaration] Declaration In order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress of the 7th June State of Rhode Island & Providence Plantations. County of : West Niles Rural Cemetery, Cayuga County.

The Pierce family of Tyrrell County is known to be of Native Heritage. The early records including the census records these individuals as Free People of Color (FPC) as do other records tax records.

Let's see what the official records of Tyrrell County show us. A letter written by Ann Brickhouse, or more accurately. Judge, 22nd Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards "A must have for family history!!" Martin Martindale Heroes in the Family Fight for War Pensions contains remarkable biographical stories about Revolutionary War soldiers who fought in the war and who, after the war, had to fight to obtain the war pensions they deserved/5(3).

Youngblood, John [Soldier GA] B MD/ D p GA/ M #1 Mary. #2 Ann Tarvin This Compilation Was Created By Finding: Names, Dates, Places, Family Connections, Military Service Records, Land and Property Records, Burials, Deaths, Marriages, Births were verified and crossed referenced by using these many valuable resources.

Pearce Wade Melton was born inand served in the Revolutionary War, in the Virginia Militia and served with the rank of Private. He applied for a pension and received a annual allowance of $ His total amount received was $ His pension started Septem at the age of Full text of " descendants of John Whitney, who came from London, England, to Watertown, Massachusetts, in " See other formats.

Clinch Co.,Ga Cemetery Book History of Clinch Co.,Ga. and Index Brantley Co.,Cemetery Book Charlton Co.,Cemetery Books Marriages of Wayne Co.,Ga Marriages of Emanuel Co.,Ga John Herndon of Fauquier Co.,Va & his descendants Part 9; John Herndon of Goochland Co.,Va & his descendants The Revolutionary War Soldier, John.

NARA M The records in this collection include entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served in the Revolutionary War. Unlike selected service records, which were typically chosen subjectively for genealogical content, these records reveal more details about each veteran's history and service, as well as more information about his family, state of health, and life after the war.

John Spencer-was born 16 December in Charlotte Co. John served from to as a bombardier in the Va. State Regiment of Artillery and subsequently was appoint lieutenant of the same regiment. He received large War Bounty Land Grants also. John died.

President John Tyler Has 2 Living Grandsons Tyler died inbut he had 15 children and fathered some late in life. His living grandchildren weren't born until the s, during the Coolidge Author: Curt Mills.

Descendants of Nicholaas of Melton William 18 Melton (John J. 17, J Richard** 15, William** Mich William** 13 Milton/Melton, (I), Richard** 12 Milton,(I), Tho Rich Henry 9, Richard 8, Thomas/Richard 7, John 6 Melton, John 5, Sir Thomas 4, Ricardus 3 de Melton, John 2, Nicholaas of 1 Melton) 14 was born Abt.

in Albemarle Co., Va, and died Abt. On Aug. 27,the first major battle of the Revolutionary War was fought at Brooklyn, N.Y.

Known as the Battle of Brooklyn or the Battle of Long Island, it was where Maryland would earn her nickname ‘‘The Old Line State.” Few are aware that the war could have ended that day had it not been for the ‘‘Maryland ” who sacrificed.

A few years after the Revolutionary War, John Stroud and family moved to Burke County, Georgia, then Hancock County, and finally to Clarke County where John Stroud lived out the rest of his life until he died by drowning in (or early January ).

John Stroud’s family demonstrates a remarkable legacy of patriot connections and civic. Established himself as “an outstanding military leader,” rising to major general by the end of the Revolutionary War. Governor of Maryland, Lt. Col. Francis Ware – The son of a wealthy landowner, Ware served in Maryland’s General Assembly in the s and s.

He fought in the French and Indian War inmaking him one. John Pearce, familiarly known as "J. P.," taught school in Shepherdstown for more than thirty years after the Revolution. He was a good soldier, and saw much hard service.

John Kearsley volunteered as a private with his friends Lucas and Turner, and, like the former, he possessed a spirit of determination that rendered him fit for any emergency. He served in the War of He sold his plantation in Bulloch and moved to Tattnall County aboutwhere he bought lands and made his home until his death in Mrs.

Sallie Pearce McCall died inand Mr. McCall later married Mrs. Sarah Mattox, born in NC, widow of John Mattox, Revolutionary soldier; but there was no further. Stephen Pearce, the earliest authentic ancestor of this family was born inVirginia, came to the Carolinas and married there (probably a Lanier).

They had the following children: +2 i. Joshua PEARCE Sr. (born about ). 3 ii. William PEARCE was born in Revolutionary War soldier. John K. Robertson looks at this very issue of militia size in the Journal of the American Revolution in The presence of U.S.

Soldiers during the war has altered the peninsula. started his professional boxing career after he. Bellantoni said that would make them the first remains from a Revolutionary War soldier recovered in Connecticut.

Pearce Will of John Pearce Fayette County GA John Pearce Source: Fayette County, GA Probate Court Written: August 9 Recorded: September 1 Georgia} Fayette County} In the name of God amen I, John Pearce of the county and State aforesaid being of advanced age and knowing that I must shortly depart from this world deem it right and.

John Cavet immigrated to Lancaster County from Scotland in about His son John Cavet was a Revolutionary War soldier and was in born in Paxton(?) Township, Lancaster County.

After the War he moved his family to Westmoreland County PA where they purchased a. From Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files State of Georgia, Co. of Coweta, Sep.Personally appeared one Alexander Walden, resident of Coweta Co. aged 85 years, to obtain benefits of the act of Congress passed June 7th, Alexander Walden stated he was born on Nov.

15th, in Goochland County, Virginia. Soldier stated he was drafted and served from the first of May and. HISTORY OF THOMAS PIERCE Thomas Pearce, who was a soldier of the Patriot Army during the Revolutionary War, was born in the City of New York on Jan.

1, and on Jan. 1 married Mary Barnes, who bore him ten children, Joseph, Lewis, Elizabeth, Thomas, James, John, Jane, Jesse, Mary and made his home in Frederick County, MD, and served as a member of the regiment. John Greenleaf Whittier Legends of New England John Greenleaf Whittier In Legends of New England, Whittier, whose own family had been a good source of folk narratives, chose the kinds of tales he thought most useful for literary treatment: narratives of specter ships and warriors, doomed lovers, Indian atrocities, animals with strange powers.

John T. Landis Mayflower Descendants and Their Marriages for Two Generations After the Landing John T. Landis In this volume John Landis lists, in very concise form, the Mayflower passengers, their children and their grandchildren, with records of births, deaths, and marriages as far as known.

JOHN PIERCE (HARDY 1) was born Abt. in NC, and died in Carter Co. Tn. He married NANCY ANN BROWN Abt. She was born Septem in VA, and died J in Carter County. Notes for JOHN PIERCE: LAND: Carter Co., January 2, John Pearce was involved in a land transaction. To help preserve his new found freedom, Philipp fought in the Revolutionary War in Proof of his service is found in Pennsylvania archives, 5th series, vol.

7 p., This proof entitles all of Philipp Burbach's blood descendants to join the Daughters or Sons of Spouse: Catharina Elizabeth (Ilgenfritz) Burbach. John Foot’s farm. William’s moral or church duties were evidently pdf to him, as he regularly assumed guardianships for children who needed one, including David Wilson, Jr., inJames Pearce inthe Pearce orphans inand Stephen Foot in File Size: 6MB.Service in the Revolutionary War: 4 Mar - Court Order Download pdf 2, pgMontgomery County: March Court: William Bobbet was recommended as Captain in part of Captain Trigg's Company.

p. 22 Feb - Grayson County, Book 1, pp Two deeds on these pages included Daltons: John and William Dalton were witnesses for one deed.John Norris, Pension Application SRevolutionary War Soldier from.

Co of Halifax, NC. family genealogy ebook norris, thomas. Kentucky Descendants of Thomas Norris of Maryland, & Allied Families. Josserand, Gertrude Cleghorn (Mrs Guy D), compiler. Edwards Bros, Inc Ann Arbor, MI p. index. family genealogy - north, james.