Southern Campaign American Revolution Pension Statements & Rosters

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1. S1178 Michael Buster
afterwards still a resident of Montgomery County Virginia, in the month of March 1778 a call was made for soldiers and I volunteered in the ... I was engaged in this service, but not less than seven months. Afterwards still a resident of Montgomery County Virginia in the month of April 1781 I volunteered or joined a company of Light Horse commanded by
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2. R1458 John Burke
That he is as he believes in his seventy fourth year of age. His birth day is 15th day of July. He continued to live in Montgomery County Virginia for ten or twelve years after the war. From Montgomery County he removed into Tennessee where he lived about fifteen years. Then he lived in Shelby County Kentucky about three years. He moved then into the State
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3. S32121 James Blevens
Montgomery County, Virginia that he was taken sick and lay at the Hanging Rock for about two months where he was at last met by his friends and taken home; that the declarant resided in Montgomery County in the State of Virginia for 8 or 10 years after the war, after which he moved to the State of Tennessee in the neighborhood of Knoxville where he lived 18
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4. S17158 Nicholas Tuttle
He was first marched from Montgomery County Virginia from that part now in Wythe County near the lead mines to Kaskaskia in the now State of ... in the month of April of said year under the officers in said Declaration mentioned - he lived in Montgomery County Virginia when he entered the service, from whence he took up the line of march to the West as
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5. W25726 Edmund (Edmond) Moody
Joshua Davis in Montgomery County, Virginia in 1801.
Edmond Moody was the bondsman. (See , Marriages in the New River Valley, Virginia: Montgomery, Floyd, Pulaski, and Giles Counties, compiled and indexed by Therese A. Fisher, Bowie Maryland: Heritage Books, 1991.) f Edmond Moody received a land grant in Kentucky for 39 acres on the Cumberland River in 1807
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6. R2311 Thomas Copenhaver
We was in no engagement during the time. I resided in Montgomery County, Virginia when I entered the service, ... live. Answer-I resided in Montgomery County Virginia when called into service and ... pursuit. My residence was in Montgomery County Virginia at the time of entering ... live. Ans. I resided in Montgomery County Virginia when called into service, and
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7. S31287 Robert Paris
Montgomery County Virginia and that he volunteered against them ... was fully ended, he returned home to Montgomery County Virginia where he still resided. He further states ... the year 1780 he moved from Montgomery County Virginia to Green [Greene] County in the ... now live? Answer: I lived in Montgomery County Virginia from the commencement of the revolution
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8. W26145 James Wyly (Wyley)
He moved when young to Montgomery County Virginia twelve miles from the ... while living in said Montgomery County Virginia in May 1779 he ... He was living in Montgomery County Virginia as above stated when ... Caldwell lived in said Montgomery County Virginia during the revolutionary war ... of mounted Rangers in Montgomery County, Virginia, in May 1780 or
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9. W4917 William Christian
States whilst he resided in Montgomery County Virginia prior to his removal to Ross County Ohio. She further declares that she was married to the said William Christian in the fall of 1792 or 1793 to the best of her recollection in her Fathers house Thomas Alleys in Va and that the marriage ceremony was performed by a preacher named Lawrance as well as she
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10. R945 William Blevins
Volunteer, and a private in Montgomery County Virginia, in the month of March, 1776 [see endnote], were stationed at the Lead mines on, New ... this deponant was informed that said Blevens had served in the War of the Revolution in Montgomery County Virginia, where this said deponant served - deponant was raised about ten miles from where said Blevens says
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11. S16172 William Jones
I lived in Montgomery County Virginia and have lived in Amherst County Virginia and in Clermont Cty Ohio 4th. How were you called into ... three months and continued in actual service for the term of three months and was honorably discharged at Montgomery County Virginia on or about the last of November AD 1780, this affiant also states that he is the Identical
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12. W909 Jesse Corn
Jesse Corn in Montgomery County Virginia about the year 1803 or 4.
That said Corn was a wooden leged man and was a brother in law of R Major Handcock who lived many years by affiant in Wayne County Kentucky said Corn was called Major Corn and was a preacher That said Corn preached in the neighborhood often. That said Corn did not live in Montgomery but
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13. S32423 John Osborn
Officers and served as herein stated. That he entered the above named service In Montgomery County Virginia, (now Pattrick County [sic: Patrick County, formed from Henry County in 1791]) on ... record of my age. Question 2nd I were living when called into service in Montgomery County Virginia I have lived since the revolutionary war I have lived in Ash County North
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14. S17112 Christian Snidow
Snidow's service is in the file and reads as follows: "He enlisted, while residing in Montgomery County, Virginia, and served as follows with the Virginia troops: From sometime in May, 1776, three months as private in Captain James McCorkle's company, Colonel John Montgomery's regiment, was in an expedition against the Cherokee Indians, in the
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15. W4030 Samuel Mitchell
Montgomery County Virginia & he was attached to the Regiment commanded by Maj. Thomas Quirk, and marched from said county to ... of 1781 he volunteered in a company commanded by Lieutenant Alexander Moyers at Montgomery County rendezvoused in Montgomery County Virginia and were placed under the command of Col [William] Preston, who was ordered to put a stop
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16. S17113 Sabert Sollars
Regiment in which he served. The name of his Captain was John Montgomery, he was enlisted in May or June of the year 1776 in Montgomery County Virginia for the term of one year and for the purpose of fighting against the Cherokee Indians, that he was marched under Captain Montgomery to the head waters of Clinch [River] and was there engaged in ranging and
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17. W3007 George Dabney
Montgomery County Virginia staid there about seven years then moved to Wayne County Kentucky where he has lived ever since. he hereby relinquishes every claim whatsoever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any state. Sworn to and subscribed the day & year aforesaid George Dabney State
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18. W9365 Henry Brown
June to the Lead mines, Montgomery County Virginia [at Fort Chiswell now in Wythe County]; served a three month's tour and returned home in the month of September. He has no written discharge, but has reference to the certificate of Joseph Layne [sic: Joseph Lain, pension application W5123] who served with him at the same time and in the same Company
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19. W7244 Thomas Farley
County to Colo. Madison in Montgomery County Virginia where he was stationed and remained six weeks (or one and a half months) from Montgomery County he was marched to Rich Creek Greenbrier County, Va. now Monroe County under the command of Captain John Woods where he was stationed and remained six weeks. the time he enlisted for having expired he was
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20. S39094 Jacob Stukebery (Stukesberry)
War then moved to Montgomery County Virginia, lived there for several years then moved to Anderson County Tennessee where he now lives he does not know of any Person living by whom he could prove the whole of his said service, he can prove part of his service by James Braden whose affidavit is hereto annexed he hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a
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21. W363 Abraham Hankins
New River, now Montgomery County Virginia where he continued to live the ... Cloyd's [probably Joseph Cloyd] in Montgomery County Virginia and was enrolled as the substitute ... Father, Richard Hankins was drafted in Montgomery County, Virginia for a tour of 3 months ... he states that he lived in Montgomery County Virginia at the commencement of the Revolutionary
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22. S8105 Humphrey Brumfield
Montgomery County Virginia for six months and was placed under the Command of Captain John Lucas and was marched under his command to the Lead mines where he was transferred to the command of Captain Edwards, the name of the Lieutenant is not remembered, the name of the Ensign was Robert Albert and the company was marched from there to the Moravian Towns in
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23. W2872 Aaron Silvar (Sivlers)
Ferguson gave the standard supporting affidavit.] [f p. 12: On April 4th 1851 in Montgomery County Virginia, Mrs. Sarah Silvers, aged ... On September 20, 1856 in Montgomery County Virginia, the widow filed for her ... widow was living in Montgomery County Virginia with her son, Isaac ... pension while living in Montgomery County, Virginia on February 17, 1866
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24. S31367 Archibald Skaggs
River country in what is now Montgomery County Virginia they were raised from childhood at about the age of 20 years Col. Preston called for troops to guard the frontier on New River and he & Archibald both were enrolled he does not recollect whether it was their tour according to the division numbers they had drawn or whether they volunteered they both
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25. S18121 William McLaughlin
Roanoke in Bottetourt, then Montgomery County Virginia [sic: Botetourt County, organized in 1770 from Augusta and Rockbridge counties], commanded his Regiment. The Forces under Washington were stationed at Williamsburg. He states that his Col. Andrew Lewis remained at Williamsburg with the 5th Regiment, to which this applicant belonged, about one year [1
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26. S2789 Patrick McElyea
County, thence to Montgomery County Virginia. He has no documentary evidence to show his service. I hereby relinquish every claim whatsoever ... service the first and second times I then moved to Washington County Virginia, thence to Montgomery County Virginia, thence to Surry County North Carolina, thence to Grayson County Virginia, Thence to Carter County
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27. S31363 Hugh Simpson
Bluestone [rivers], he then resided in Montgomery County Virginia as did Captain Trigg ... William Preston who was from Montgomery County Virginia and the oldest Colonel in ... Peace dated February 22 1785, Montgomery County Virginia stating that they were intimately ... years in all. S/Hugh Simpson Montgomery County Virginia Commonwealth The Bearer hereof Hugh Simpson
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28. R4478 James Hall
Cripple creek in Montgomery County, Virginia, which marriage took place in the year seventeen hundred and eighty two (1782) shortly after his return from the army. [signed] Robt Rhea NOTE: On 13 Feb 1840 Margaret Hall, 72, of Monroe County TN applied for a pension stating that she was married by a German preacher to James Hall in the first week of September
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29. S16742 Joseph Culton
Preston which discharges he has long since lost. He received a commission as Ensign signed by Col. Walker Crockett of Montgomery County Virginia which he has long since lost. 7th : He has no documentary evidence, and he knows of no person whose testimony he can procure to prove his services. He is well acquainted with James Lunsford, a respectable Clergyman
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30. R2412 James Cox
Bible which was [several words illegible] by his father.
He lived in Montgomery County, Virginia, when he entered the service, now Grayson County Vir'a where he has lived ... of Capt. John Cox, who was ordered into service by Col. Walter Crockett of Montgomery County Virginia now Wythe County, and was in actual service, against the Indians & tories in the
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31. R1660 William Cann
He next entered the sevice in Montgomery County Virginia in the month of April 1780. He states that he enlisted in this sevice in a company commanded by Captain Jesse Evans at the time he enlisted but which was before they left Montgomery Court house commanded by Captain Isaac Taylor. From Montgomery Court house he states they were marched to Chissels lead
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32. W8493 William Owens
River on the frontiers in Montgomery County Virginia, and about the first day of June a Vacancy occurring, he was made and appointed first or Orderly Seargent of said Company and was engaged when ordered in scouting and ranging to defend and protect the country against the Indians he remained in the service in the rank of Seargent discharging the duties
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33. S30959 Caleb Cooper
Bottetourt one year then moved to Montgomery County Virginia and from there he moved to Sullivan County where he lived when he volunteered as a spy & also volunteered to serve against the Indians under Gen'l StClair [sic: Arthur St. Clair] and was in StClairs defeat [4 Nov 1791]. after his service as a Spy he moved to Lincoln County Kentucky and from
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34. S8101 Olive Branch
Bedford county virginia and marched to Montgomery county virginia to guard the Lead mines [at Fort Chiswell in present Wythe County] from hostile Indians and under the command of Colo Henry Lynch, at which place he served a full tour of three months, also as a volunteer under said Robert Adams Capt. of the volunteer militia from said Bedford county Va. and
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35. W8767 Isaac Stephens
Montgomery County Virginia & Removed from Virginia to the county of Wayne, where I now live I the said Isaac Stephens hereby relinquish every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the Present, and he declares that his name is not on the pension roll of any agency In any state Sworn to and subscribed the day and year aforesaid Isaac his mark Stephens
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36. S19367 John Kincaid
Chessel" then in Montgomery County Virginia [sic, Fort Chiswell now in Wythe County]. After remaining there some six or eight weeks he was marched back to Woodses' fort near New River in Greenbrier County [Fort Woods 4 mi NE of Peterstown now in Monroe County WV] and was kept employed in guarding Indians and Tories. He was here under Captain Archibald
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37. S17034 Nathan Ratliff
Indians in Montgomery County Virginia - Virginia Montgomery County Sc.
This day Nathan Ratliff the above named person solemnly affirmed before me a Justice of the Peace for said County that the statement by him made in the above tabular form is correct. Given under my hand Aug 12 1834 [signed] Robt Gardner
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38. R8079 William Pelfrey
County virginia when called into the service I have lived in montgomery county virginia Floyd ky and now live in Morgan County ky Question by the Court how were you called into the service were you drafted did you volunteer or were you a subsitute and if so for whom ans I was drafted Qt by the Court state the names of some of the regular officers who were
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39. S7885 Hezekiah Whitt
Carolina and afterwards to Montgomery County Virginia That in the June of 1776 or 1777 (he is not clear in his recollection which) he was drafted to go to the relief of Island Creek Fort, against the Indians. This fort stood upon New River, and an express was sent to Coln William Preston [Colonel William Preston] informing him of the danger from the
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40. W8188 Henry Connelly
Officers, during his service.
In the Month of October the term of service of the Company from Montgomery County, Virginia, just mentioned, expiring, he gave them their discharges, and he himself returned ... 1781. Genl. Greene went to S. Carolina and I went over into Montgomery County Virginia to see my relations and I here raised a three months volunteer
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41. R9207 Joel Sartain
Little Stony Creek, Montgomery County, Virginia, under the command of said Captain Snyder, and again served until dismissed in the same ... 1781) he again volunteered in like manner as aforesaid, at said Fort on Little Stony Creek, Montgomery County, Virginia, under the command of said Captain Snyder, and again served until dismissed by said Captain, sometime
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42. S1691 Samuel McFerran
Montgomery County Virginia on New River where we who were under the command of Captain Mills were stationed, being about five miles below Pepper's Ferry on said new river [near present Radford], the purpose for which we were drafted being to keep the tories in check. we were stationed as aforesaid, & made daily excursions into the surrounding country for
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43. W10861 James Patterson
When and in what year were you born? Answer: I was born in the year 1758 in Montgomery County, Virginia but left there very young to North Carolina. 2nd Have you any record of you age and if so, where is it? Answer: He has no record of it. 3rd Where were you living when called into service? Where have you lived since the Revolutionary War and where do you
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44. R11116 James Ward
She thinks it was then Montgomery County Virginia where he entered in each instance - She further declares that she was married to the said James ... and Elizabeth Ward were married in the settlement near the Island Fort on the Holston River in Montgomery County Virginia in the year 1779 to the best of his recollection by a Reverend Philip Milky a Baptist
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45. S1788 William Barron
That, while living in Montgomery County Virginia, he was, as he believes, drafted in the fall of the year 17-, and entered the service of the United States under John Brooley, a Sergeant, and served under him about one month in guarding Harbards ferry in that county, against the Indians, tho' no invasion occurred during that time. That he again enlisted
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46. W10019 Andrew Evans
William Neil from Montgomery County, Virginia, from which County this applicant entered the service from Washington County, Virginia, that being his place of residence: Captain Neil was under Colonel William Campbell, and the service lasted about two weeks, during which time the body of troops to which this applicant belonged was in search for, and in
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47. S3369 John Fugat
May 1764 according to the family register now in his possession. that his father removed to Montgomery county Virginia where he was principally raised, and in the year 1780 the fall of said year as well as recollected in october he was drafted to perform a three months tour of duty as a militia man in the aforesaid County of Montgomery State of Virginia,
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48. S7475 Christian Seybert
Fort Chiswell in Montgomery County Virginia, now Wythe County - his Colonel's name was John Montgomery - that he then resided in the said County of Montgomery, that the troops with which he marched proceeded first to the Long Island (as then called) of Holston [River], and from thence went by water to the Illinois, where George Rogers Clark was
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49. S32621 Samuel Young
Pennsylvania and afterwards in Montgomery [County] Virginia; after the revolution he moved to Rowan or Roan County North Carolina then to Rutherford County North Carolina then to Spartanburg in South Carolina then to Franklin County Georgia, then to Sumner County Tennessee then to Logan County Kentucky then to ___ blank in the original] County in Indiana
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50. W601 Isaac Taylor
She was married to him in Montgomery County Virginia. She further states that she made a declaration which ... p 14: copy of a marriage bond issued in Montgomery County Virginia to Isaac Taylor & John McHenry on October 14, 1802 ... 160-55 entitlement adding that she was married in Montgomery County Virginia by Henry Vanover, a Minister of the gospel.] [Note
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51. S31311 Reuben Ratliff
Joined him in Montgomery County, Virginia where I then lived & served a tower [sic, tour] of three months & was in the month of ... party of Tories who we repulsed, we remained there about a week & were then marched home to Montgomery County, Virginia & discharged having been out three months the time for which I volunteered. I immediately (after I served
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52. R6507 William Lucas
Abraham Trigg in Montgomery County Virginia; (The regiment was then Commanded by Colo. [Evan] Shelby; at an early period in our revolutionary War; and served in said Company and in said Regiment under the orders of General Campbell in Carolina until the end of his eighteen months tour of Service, when he again enlisted into Captain Dunns Company in the
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53. R1632 William Campbell
License issued from the Court of Montgomery County Virginia, the maiden name of applicant was Jane Dean. She further states, that her husband kept a family record, which is herewith filed and marked (Exhibit A) [not found] which record has been kept by her for the last thirty years. She further states that her husband died in the County of Cumberland and
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54. S31459 Henry Walker
Montgomery County Virginia, he volunteered as a Spy in Capt. George Parry's [sic: Pearis's] company of Militia, in Col. Wm Preston's regiment, which company was raised in Wythe [formed from Montgomery in 1789] or Montgomery County in the State of Virginia. The Company was that year employed in the Spy Service on the waters of New River in the State of
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55. S15347 James Brown
Samuel Newel in Montgomery County Virginia by the authority of said state. We first met at fort Chisel and marched in a Direction to Clinch at the Elk Garden & Castle Woods Station [Elk Garden and Castlewood in present Russell County. We guarded the forts and scouted after the Indians, to drive them from near the forts & settlements & was on many small
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56. S32351 Moses Justice (Justus)
New River in Montgomery County Virginia, as a volunteer under Captain James Newell, Lieutenant William Glaves [?] Ensign Richard Muse, Colonel Preston ... service a fourth time for three months in said worry 1781 at New River in Montgomery County Virginia as a volunteer and private under Captain James Newell, Lieutenant William Glaves, Ensign Richard Muse
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57. S31386 William Spencer
After the war he lived in Montgomery County, Virginia, & from there he moved about 35 years ago to Kentucky and he now lives in Bullitt County Kentucky. To the 4th. He enlisted 1st for one-year as a minute man & then enlisted for 3 years. To the 5th. He cannot now recollect more of the Regular Officers than he has named to wit Captain James Sherburne,
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58. R4612 Ferdenan Harless
Montgomery County Virginia --he volunteered to serve against the Indians and served as herein stated and under the command of the following named officers --That owing to the invasions and depredations of the Indians committed on the Inhabitants along the frontier Settlements of Western Virginia the people was compelled to erect [a] Fort and station men in
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59. S31139 James Howard
Montgomery County Virginia, under Captain McClanahan at Fort Chiselhill [sic: Fort Chiswell in present Wythe County VA] Lieutenant ... service; where have you lived since the Revolutionary war, and where do you now live? Ans. In Montgomery County Virginia, Then lived there about thirty years. since the Revolution, I lived about seven years on Cumberland River
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60. W8938 John W. Howe
Cloyds company and resided in Montgomery county Virginia. He further states that in the year 1774 he entered the militia service as a volunteer in Montgomery county Virginia, under Capt James Robinson, & was stationed at Woods fort [in present Monroe County WV], and rendezvoused at Camp know since called Louisburg [sic: Lewisburg in present Greenbrier
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61. R10174 William Stewart
Quirk came into Montgomery County Virginia as a recruiting officer and I enlisted under him in the service of the United States for three years if not sooner discharged and received $10 bounty in Continental money - my Captain was Francis Marion - Morgan was the General - Isaac Shelby was the Colonel - our business was to subdue the Tories and keep
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62. R2417 John Crabb
Montgomery County Virginia, lived there six years - then moved to Holston, Sullivan County North Carolina from thence he removed to Hawkins County in the year 1781, he was Enrolled for muster, And this year he enlisted in the North Carolina Militia under Captain Robert Kyle, George Brooks, Lieutenant, and served three months, in guarding the frontiers
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63. W3709 Henry Morgan
Montgomery County Virginia and marched from there to the Yadkin river near the Shallow ford where there was a battle with the tories [14 Oct 1780]. that 6 or 7 of them were killed and a number taken prisoners that he was discharged verbally to wait for the orders in one month & returned home That under the same Col. Major Alexander and Captain McAdo he
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64. W1105 James Ward
Chisel Hill in Montgomery County Virginia (sic: Fort Chiswell now in Wythe County) for six months June 12th 1776 under Col. Christy [sic: William Christian], Capt. Magavick[?] afterwards he served under Capt. McClanahan Capt Newell this was to go against the Cherokee Indians in their nation. Col. Sayers was when at home his immediate millitia Col. he was
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65. S17198 James Wills
Montgomery County Virginia where he resided until he entered the service as stated above, that he has no record of his ... same County and state under Captain James Burn who was under the command of Colonel William Preston both of Montgomery County Virginia that he was drafted this time for the purpose of going into North Carolina to meet Cornwallis' Army, but
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66. W894 Benjamin Bradshaw
Montgomery County Virginia, from thence he removed to Jefferson County Tennessee where he now lives. 4. How were you called into Service, were you drafted, did you volunteer, or were you a substitute, and if a substitute for whom Answer I was drafted every tour of duty that I served. 5. State the names of some of the Regular Officers who were with the
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67. R2111 Aaron Collier
January in the year 1750.
That he lived in Montgomery County Virginia when he first entered the service of the Untied States as a volunteer under Captain George Parris [sic: George Pearis]. that the object of this call for volunteers was to attack the Indians on the frontier. The call was made by Col Wm. Preston. That the Company to which this applicant
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68. S1249 William Rogers (Rodgers)
Montgomery County Virginia and was left with 19 others under the command of Lieutenant Samuel Ewing to guard said mines, but ... he served about nineteen months in all. He further states that when he entered the service he lived in Montgomery County Virginia and remained there about forty-six years he then removed to Adair County in the State of Kentucky where
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69. W8622 John Conway
Montgomery County Virginia And that he again entered the service for the term of eighteen months, in the month of May 1777. ... Where have you lived since the Revolutionary War. and where do you now live? An'r. I was living in Montgomery County Virginia when called into the service, and since the Revolutionary War I have lived the whole time in the state of
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70. S21383 John Morgan
Cornwallis] I settled in Montgomery County Virginia, where I lived 30 years. From thence I moved to the Barren Fork of Collins River in Warren County Tennessee where I have lived ever since. 4th How were you called into service; were you drafted; did you volunteer or were you a substitute, and if in substitute, for whom? Ans: I enlisted as a Volunteer as
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71. S6102 James Simpson
Henry Wysong [sic: Wisong] of Montgomery County Virginia can testify to his service he says he was born near the Town of Winchester Frederick County Virginia on the 15th day of April 1757 that he has no record of his age which he here procures to the court that he was living near Winchester Frederick County Va when called into service where he continued to
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72. S2420 Cornelius Carmack
Montgomery County Virginia and is now Washington County Virginia - He was again in the service - he was drafted about the middle of ... who married my sister in the County of Overton 3 When I entered the service I was living in Montgomery County Virginia, lived there until the close of the war, & then moved to Tennessee to where I now live, & have lived
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73. S16515 James Rice
Kentucky in Montgomery County Virginia near Chissels mines [Chiswell mines] I enlisted with Captain James Newell and was attached to Thomas Quick's Company of Colonel John Montgomery's Regiment - we rendezvoused at the long Island of Holston [River] and went down it and the Tennessee [River] to the mouth and thence to Kaskaskia which place we reached
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74. S31365 Robert Simpson
March 1779 he resided in Montgomery County Virginia near Fort Chism and volunteered under Captain Henry Francis at Chisms lead mine [Chiswell Lead Mines] for the purpose of suppressing the Tories, William Gleaves [probably William Glavis] Lieutenant & himself Ensign. We went from the lead mines and New River crossed Cripple Creek and went up New River to
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75. S4597 William Nash
War and where do you now live? Answer, in Guilford County N. Carolina in the spring 1781 he moved to Montgomery County Virginia, four years after he moved to Kentucky, Lincoln County, where he staid but a short time & came to Nashville, Tennessee in October 1785 in the neighborhood of which he lived until 1803, he then moved to Stony River, now Rutherford
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76. S30961 James Cooley
County, I moved from thence to Montgomery County, Virginia, where I resided about seven years, when I moved to Madison County State of Kentucky and where I now reside. I am known in my present neighborhood to George Alcorn and James Dejarnatt & I know of no person whose testimony I can procure, who can testify to my services except Michael Grindstaff1 of
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77. S4352 Solomon Hendricks [Hendrix]
Where did he reside when he entered the service? Montgomery County, Virginia 7. Is his statement supported by living witnesses, by documentary proof, by traditionary evidence, by incidental evidence, or by the rolls? Documentary proof 8. Are the papers defective as to form or authentication? And if so, in what respect? I certify that the foregoing statement
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78. S30440 William Goodson
Montgomery County Virginia where he remained about four years untill the year 1800 when moved to Kentucky where he now lives in the County of Cumberland he states that he well acquainted in the County having lived here since 1800 But none of his Companions of the revolution with whom he was acquainted reside here Subscribed and sworn to the day and year af
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79. S2113 William Calhoun
Revolutionary War?
In Montgomery County Virginia I lived when called into service Twenty years since moved to Wayne County Tennessee and lived there until Nov'r. 1833 when he removed to the County of Obion where he now resides. NOTE: A letter dated 30 Jan 1837 refers to S. S. Calhoun, son of the pensioner. A document dated 26 May 1855 states that the
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80. R6540 John Lybrook
Prestons garrison at Smithfield in Montgomery County Virginia and was in servis six month which he here only names to show that he was early engaged in the most perilous warfare in defence of his country [The following are answers to numbered interrogatories prescribed by the pension office.] 1st he was Born in the state of Pensylvania in the year 1763 2d
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81. S3041 William Boydstun
Montgomery County Virginia where he resided until 1776 when the Shawnee & Cherokee Indians were in hostility & depredating upon the settlements, when in the spring of the year in April as well as now recollected he volunteered himself in the Militia of Mongomery County to go against said Indians - enrolled himself under, Cap'n [Joseph] Cloyd (who was
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82. R4516 John Hamilton
War I moved into Montgomery County Virginia and have lived in Logan County Virginia for the last 10 years - Question. How were you called into service, were you drafted, did you Volunteer, or were you a Substitute, and if a Substitute for whom? Answer. I enlisted first & served 2 months in the Militia, then volunteered into the light Infantry or rifle
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83. S21149 John Crouch
Montgomery County Virginia and in the year 1777 in May if recollected the Indians then in league with the British, broke in upon the frontier & a call was made for men to repel the British & Indians, & part of the men raised in that quarter were taken to [M...th], and the residue to go against the Indians then embodied and was under Capn [Captain] English
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84. S17080 James Senewel
William] Preston of Montgomery County Virginia.
That he resided in Bottetort [sic: Botetourt] County in the state of virginia when he entered the service, that he seved about four months at this time that he does not recollect the names of any regular officers at this time, that they were disbanded verbally and that he has no written evidence by which he
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85. S4113 John Richardson
Montgomery County Virginia stayed there a few years not certain how long he then moved to Sullivan County Tennessee and lived there 20 years, and then moved to Overton County Tennessee and lived in his present neighborhood and has lived within his present neighborhood for the last 23 years within half a mile or thereabout of the spot he now lives on though
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86. W5539 Benjamin Phipps (Phips)
States after the happening of the following circumstances. He was living at the house of Capt. John Cox on New River in Montgomery County Virginia, now Grayson County Va, about the year 1779 or 80 engaged in making a crop of corn, when Col Roberts at the head of a company of Tories, came there and made prisoners of himself, William Craig & Beverly Watkins,
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87. S31111 Benjamin Hamilton
May 1780 & was marched from Montgomery County Virginia to Guilford Court house North Carolina. [See note below.] I served Three months was discharged between the 20th & 25th of August 1780 at Guilford & Returned home Walter Crockett was our Colonel I again entered the Service on the 25th of August 1781 under Captain David Beard & Col. [William] Trigg for
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88. R9024 William Ross
Ross deceased was married in Montgomery County Virginia by one William Marshall on the 17th day of April 1780. That they had the following named children Kissia, Reuben, Randolph, Mary, Cherokee, William, Rachel, Clarissa, Elizabeth, Ann, Uphemia, Cenia, and Catharine none of which was under 16 years of age at the time of the death of said William Ross.
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89.
S1572 Frederick Nester
State aforesaid during the war. From there after the close of the war to Montgomery County, Virginia. From there to Tennessee and he is now a Citizen of Campbell County Tennessee. He was sometimes drafted and sometimes a volunteer as stated in his declaration. He recollects Genl Greene, Genl Morgan and Col Washington. He also recollects Genl Rutherford,
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90. S5259 Isaiah Austin
County of Grayson, formerly Montgomery County Virginia. He was a volunteer during the whole time of his service. He is known to James Cox and Benjamin Phipps contemporary survivors who an testify to his character for veracity and their knowledge of his service in the Indian War. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the
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91. S30996 James Dowden
It seems to be a matter of some doubt. I enlisted as above stated, and lived in Montgomery County Virginia about five years after my discharge, where I moved to Bourbon county in Kentucky, lived there one year and moved to Madison county, Kentucky where I now live. He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or an annuity, except the present
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These Pension Applications can be viewed as a PDF file transcribed in their entirety and posted at Southern Campaign American Revolution Pension Statements & Rosters.