Avery, Dennison--Was one of the oldest residents of Salina in 1840, and was then drawing a pension at ninety years of age.
Conner, William--Appeared in court in 1820, and said he was sixty-two years old; that he enlisted in the spring of 1775, joined the army at Valley Forge, and was discharged about February 1, 1779. Besides his clothing his property consisted of a pair of spectacles and a tobacco box, worth fifty cents each.
Coy, Vine--Was seventy-four years old in 1840 and a pensioner, living then with William Ranger.
Hobart, ___--In Clark's Onondaga he alludes to a Mr. Hobart, who shared in the war and was in Sullivan's expedition against the Indians.
Huntley, Solomon--Was living at the age of eighty-six in 1840, and drawing a pension.
Sweeting, Lewis--Was eighty-eight years old in 1840, and a pensioner in Salina.
Tripp, Calvin--Was living with Elijah Tripp in Salina in 1840, was eighty-one years old and drew a pension.
Van De Werker, Albert--held a lieutenant's commission in the army, and was in Cornelius D. Wynkoop's New York regiment. He was seventy-five years old in 1820, and had only personal property worth $20.62.
Submitted 2 August 1998