REVOLUTIONARY WAR WIDOW'S PENSION APPLICATION
MARGARET DICK, Pulaski County
Contributed by: Dale Cordner
In Pulaski Margaret filed for a Widow's pension (Grant 8668, Archives film 0809.)
Battle of Ft Mottrie and defense of Charleston, wounded by a ball in the hip.
In 1780 he served 3-4 months under Captain Belle.
In 1781 drafted
Capt Bell, appointed Sargant in mounted troop. Taken prisoner in Georgia
lodged in Orangeburg jail for 4 weeks then exchanged. Stormed Columbia,
of St Morries, St Augustus, Savanah, Eauta Springs, Gilford Courthouse.
Sarah 20 Nov 1778,
Samuel 11 Oct 1782,
James 31 Aug 1784,
John Jr 20 Oct 1786,
Archibald 28 Dec 1788,
Alexander 29 Sept 1793,
Margaret 21 Sept 1795,
William 5 Apr 1798,
Nancy 8 Jun 1800.
Rebecca wrote in support of the application.
John Dick was a distant relative and was
the Wiley home at his enlistment
Click here to see Robert's Revolutionary War participants entry.
Robert is buried in the Adams/Ansel Cemetery.
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