4 edition of Lieutenant Colonel David Hopkins -- Heirs of. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 1014.) found in the catalog.
Lieutenant Colonel David Hopkins -- Heirs of. (To accompany bill H.R. no. 1014.)
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Revolutionary Claims
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Will book 3, page On 11 February David H. Thomas was appointed guardian of Lewis Francis orphan son of Edmund Francis deceased, order book of Hopkins County, Kentucky County clerks office, August to December The purpose, so Lewis (being under age) could have consent to marry Sally Watson the next day 12 February A British custom, whereby the colonel, lieutenant colonel, and major each commanded a company, was adopted in the Virginia Continental Line after September In the fall of small numbers of well-to-do young men throughout Virginia organized themselves into companies of "gentlemen independents," ostensibly to prepare for an attack by Author: Dedpepl.
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Order Book No VII Page John Hopkins and Joohn Herdman, surveyors of highway, from Ephraim Love's to James Wait's. Aug Page Archd. Hopkins, special bail Order Book No VI Page Lieutenant John Hopkins, for ranging. Order Book No XI Page Hemp certificates: Baptist McNabb, James Crockett, Thos.
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Hopkins Family in North America The following account written 'years ago' in by Dr. Archibald Hopkins of Harrisonburg, Virginia for his son, Dr. Wiliam Davis Hopkins is contained in 'A Chapter of Hopkins Genealogy.' Archibald was a.
James Pitt was the son of John Pitt (will ) the son of the immigrant Robert Pitt (will ). James is noted in his father's will of The next hard evidence I find is his mention in the Newport Vestry book in The last mention (which may or may not be him) is. Inhe also served a tour as a second lieutenant under Captain John J.
Lansing Junior and Lieutenant Colonel John H. Beekman of the Second Rensselaerwyck District Regiment of Albany County Militia [Colonel Kilian Van Rensselaer's Regiment] guarding the public stores and the quarters of Barron Von Steuben as well as going to Stillwater to.
() James Brown and Adam Guthery granted certificates as nephews and heirs at-law of James Dunlap, deceased, who served as Lieutenant in Capt. Hog's Company of Rangers and was destroyed by the enemy at the fort in the upper tract on the South Branch of Potomac inand James and Adam are the only legal heirs now in this State.
Tomlinson, David; Lieutenant certified by Captain William Ames Treutlen, John Adams (a)put down Private, but was Colonel See Commission Book B, p.
Tucker, George; Private certified by Colonel E. Clark. Colonel D.L. Clinch's regiment, 4 th Georgia Volunteer Cavalry, Provisional Army of the Confederate States, grew out of a need for a military force-in-being in the coastal region of southeastern Georgia during the Civil War.
This sparsely-populated, far-flung region, which contributed several regiments of infantry to the Confederate army, was virtually without. Other pertinent items include Edmund Berkeley's commission as a lieutenant-colonel in the Middlesex County militia, and a Virginia Almanac with Berkeley's receipt for payment of his soldier's tax, J A preliminary calendar prepared by David C.
Yalden-Thompson is at the beginning of reel M Only one item (No. reel M. Frederick Hanger recommended Lieutenant, vice David Buchanan, recommended Captain. Peter Jenewine recommended Ensign, vice David Williams, recommended Lieutenant.
() John Gamble recommended Captain in 1st Battalion, 32d Regiment, of a new Company taken off Capt. Erwin's Company.
William Young recommended Lieutenant. The Jameson Family Chronicles ((to see a draft of The Book, click here)Col. David Jameson, M.D. – was born abt in Scotland and emigrated to Charleston, S.C. in about after graduating from the medical university at Edinburgh, living for a time in Shippensburg, PA, he settled in York and married Elizabeth Davis by whom he had 11.
He was living in Prince Edward County on 16 April when he sold Aaron Smith his bounty land due him for serving for three years as a soldier in Lieutenant David Walker's Company of Colonel Febiger's Regiment and recorded the sale in Richmond [Revolutionary Bounty Warrants, Bartlett, Benjamin, Digital Collections, LVA].
Campbell served in the infantry during the War of and was promoted to lieutenant colonel of the 20th Regiment in March He also served in Author: Andre Teague/Bristol Herald Courier.
In a letter penned to Gov. Vance dated 9 JunLieutenant Colonel Samuel Hooey Walkup told of what he had learned upon arriving in Richmond VA two days earlier.
Having traveled from Kinston NC, his unit found John Medlin Junior and his father John Medlin Senior in camp where the young Medlin was trying to get into the regiment. View Christian Kachel’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Christian has 6 jobs listed on their profile.
See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Christian Title: Military and National Security. Lieutenant Colonel St. Leger, with a detachment of seven hundred Bangers, was sent up the St.
Lawrence and Lake Ontario to Oswego, to penetrate the country from that point, arouse and conciliate the Indians, capture Fort Schuyler, * sweep the valley of the Mohawk with the aid of Johnson and his Tories, and join Burgoyne at Albany when Lake.
Hopkins, David Major Cont'l. 1/3 July 6, For the war. Hopkins, David Major Cont'l. Oct. 1, 8 years 4 months. Hopkins, Daniel (or David) Major Cont'l. David Hopkins, major light dragoons, received land for service of eight years and four months.
No proof that Daniel Hopkins i. (Frederick Co. Deed Book 1, p andas cited on pages of Gilreath, Amelia C., Frederick County, Virginia Deed Book Series, Volume 1 ()] On 4 JuneRobert Willson and his wife Garrata sold acres in Frederick County to James Willson (Frederick County Deed Book 4, p).David P.
Cummings, surveyor and Alamo defender, son of David and Elizabeth (Cathers) Cummings, was born at Lewistown, Pennsylvania, in His father was an officer in the War of and served in the Pennsylvania legislature.
David P. Cummings graduated from Jefferson College, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania in Heirs of John Burk and Joseph Houston's heirs of Augusta Co., Va.
Dollars in Virginia Money. Sold to Joseph Houston, 6 Lots each, containing 1/4 acre on the Co of Augusta, Va, on southside of Main Street and Eastside of the South River. Four of the said Lots on the Northside.
Wits Joseph Montgomery & Robert Sproutt. Augusta Co., Va