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Four Revolutionary War Veterans With Descendants In Northern Alabama

Roy Randolph

Four Revolutionary War Veterans With Descendants In Northern Alabama

Abraham Randolph, Samuel Livingston, Edward Steadman, Thomas Hubbard

by Roy Randolph

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Published by THE ANUNDSEN PUBLISHING COMPANY in Decorah, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family,
  • United States,
  • Biography,
  • Soldiers,
  • United States. Continental Army,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 296-310) and index.

    Statementby Roy Randolph
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE259 .R36 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 325 pages :
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25219993M
    LC Control Number2010901716

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Four Revolutionary War Veterans With Descendants In Northern Alabama by Roy Randolph Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book includes genealogical and biographical information on 26 Revolutionary Soldiers who were in early Alabama and/or collected military pensions for their service.

The soldiers in this volume are: JAMES CALDWELL, JOHN YOUNG, CAPT. ANTHONY WINSTON, WILLIAM SANDERS, CAPTAIN WILLIAM ARMISTEAD, WILLIAM WICKER, BRYANT Four Revolutionary War Veterans With Descendants In Northern Alabama book, WILLIAM PULLEN.

Genealogy and Biography information A Collection of Biographies of ALABAMA REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS Volume IV is the 4th Volume in a series of books which includes genealogical and biographical information on some Revolutionary Soldiers who were in early Alabama and/or collected military pensions for their service.

Some of their descendants still remain on the bounty land they received genealogical and biographical information on some Revolutionary Soldiers who were in early Alabama.

Revolutionary War Soldiers in Alabama. Source: Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama, Being a List of Names, Compiled from Authentic Sources, of Soldiers of the American Revolution, who Resided in the State of Alabama by Thomas McAdory Owen – Transcribed by Annoymous. ADAMS, BRYANT, a resident of Montgomery county; private, particular service not shown; enrolled.

CHANCELLER, DAVID—The undersigned served in the revolutionary war, in the Virginia line in the month of February,in Captain Holdman Rice's company, to guard the troops of Gen. Burgoyne, who were then prisoners of war. He was in said company Four Revolutionary War Veterans With Descendants In Northern Alabama book eight months, when he was transferred to Capt.

Merriwether's company, where he served Being A List Of Names, Compiled From Authentic Sources, Of Soldiers Of The American Revolution, Who Resided In The State Of Alabama.

It is believed that the publication of this compilation will be of much practical service to large numbers of people interested in a study of the personal records of the Heroes of the American Revolution. Autauga Fleming Samuel Ireland 22 February Autauga Co., Alabama Autauga Co., Alabama Private, Georgia Militia Family cemetery at Kingston, AL Autauga Hall Bolling 25 January Virginia 25 February Autauga Co., Alabama Unknown Private, Virginia Continental Line Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers by County Compiled by Walter File Size: KB.

Revolutionary War Compiled Service Records, from NARA microfilm publication M Rosters of Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors, for Alabama, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Vermont, and Virginia Revolutionary War Indexes Online at Ancestry (these require a subscription fee).

Alabama Civil War Service Cards File - Microfilm in Research Room Confederate Regimental History Files Muster Rolls of Alabama Civil War Units, Muster Rolls for Alabama militia and home guards, Index Cards to the Confederate Marines, -- Available in Civil War Soldiers database Alabama Governors’ Records - ADAH.

Faces of the men who won America's independence: Amazing early photos of heroes of the Revolutionary War in their old age. By Daily Mail Reporter. Published: EDT, 4. ALABAMA REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS VOLUME I (REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS IN ALABAMA Book 1) - Kindle edition by Causey, Donna R.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading ALABAMA REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS VOLUME I (REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS IN ALABAMA Book 4/4(1).

About Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers Home to less than persons beforeAlabama became involved in the American Revolution when Spain declared war on Britain in This database is a collection of records of men who served from Alabama during the war.

Descendants of John Moore, Revolutionary War Veteran, Floyd County, Kentucky: The Moore Book ; an Account of John Moore () Cheryl Moore McCloskey C.M. McCloskey, - pages. Online Civil War Indexes, Records and RostersA Genealogy Guide General Civil War Records Websites.

The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System indexes about million Civil War soldiers ; An alternate version of this database can be found at FamilySearch here: United States Civil War Soldiers Index Ancestry's Civil War Collection (requires payment) includes.

Alabama. Revolutionary War Veterans (Make sure to check the county websites too!) Source: Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama, Being a List of Names, Compiled from Authentic Sources, of Soldiers of the American Revolution, who Resided in the State of Alabama by Thomas McAdory Owen - This couple left a large family of sons, but there were.

United States U.S. Military Revolutionary War Pension Records and Bounty Land Warrants '. The first pension law in granted half-pay for life to soldiers disabled in the service and unable to earn a living.

The first pension law based on service was passed inbut it was later amended to make eligible only those soldiers unable to earn a living. John Gray (January 6, – Ma ) was the last verified veteran of the American Revolutionary War.

He was confirmed a veteran of the war and awarded a pension of $ semi-annually by House Bill (passed by Congress Febru ). Journalist/attorney James M. Dalzell wrote a book published by Gibson Brothers, Printers in Battles/wars: American Revolutionary War.

Original data: Alabama Revolutionary War Residents, Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama. About Alabama, Revolutionary War Residents, This collection contains biographies, news clippings, and cards in paragraph form detailing persons who were residents in Alabama during the Revolutionary War in.

"Mr. Hildreth was a Revolutionary veteran and served his country well in war and peace. He reared a large family, and lived to see his children all happily settled in life."-Marengo Ledger, reprinted in Alabama Beacon, Greensboro, Ala., Oct. 25, RootsWeb - the Internet's oldest and largest FREE genealogical community.

An award winning genealogical resource with searchable databases, free Web space, mailing lists, message boards, and. Free Genealogy» Alabama» Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers – W Surnames.

Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers – W Surnamesunder act of Congress of June 7,payment to date from March 4,annual allowance, $ Pension Book. State Branch Bank, Mobile. He resided in Covington County. The Revolutionary War ended in and photography was invented in the s and s, so most of the veterans of the war didn’t live long enough to have their portraits made.

A handful of. Revolutionary War Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama Alabama Revolutionary War Pensions Pension Applications, Individuals Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers Alabama Society of the Sons of the American Revolution Alabama Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution War of Chambers County Chambers County ALGenWeb Archives Some War of Veterans.

Also fought in Great Northern War and Russo-Turkish War (–) (by which time he was an Ataman). French and Indian War (–63) John Owen (–) – Great Britain. Also fought in American Revolutionary War. Buried in Warren, Pennsylvania. David Thompson (–) – Great Britain. Last pensioner. Alabama Civil War Battles: Athens.

Day’s Gap. Decatur. Fort Blakely. Mobile Bay. Munford. Newton. Ebenezer Church. Selma. Spanish Fort. Tuscaloosa. The birthplace of the Confederacy, the State of Alabama was central to the Civil years tensions had been building before Abraham Lincoln was elected as president in November Afterward, many politically powerful Alabamians viewed.

Lewis Hall Sr. and all four boys were Revolutionary war soldiers. Lewis, Sr. was a lieutenant in the Revolutionary War. He was wounded, taken prisioner and confined for some time in prison at Charleston, South Carolina.

Later, he was exchanged and rejoined his command. He served until the end of the war. Some Alabama Descendants of SAMUEL LOWERY Revolutionary War Soldier is a compilation of research completed on Samuel Lowery that will be beneficial to anyone researching this Revolutionary War Soldier.

Samuel and his wife Hannah moved to Rhea County, Tennessee before where two known sons were born. Revolutionary War Pensions: Report 22 to the 21st Congress regarding those receiving a pension for their service in the American Revolutionary War. The listing is by state and gives some details of their service record.

GN, $ American Revolutionary War Pensions - L Revolutionary Rangers: Daniel Morgan's Riflemen and their Role on the Northern Frontier, $ Revolutionary War Pension Index.

Original source: Washington, D.C.: A. and G. Way, Printers, Taken from a book in the collection of the Leavenworth County Genealogical Society titled Letter from the Secretary of Way, communicating A Transcript of the Pension List of the United States showing the Number of Pensioners in the Several Districts.

Also, The Amount Allowed to each Pensioner. Compiled Service Records Of Soldiers Who Served In The American Army During The Revolutionary War. Virginia Half Pay And Other Related Revolutionary War Pension Application Files. Register Of Army Land Warrants Issued Under The Act OfFor Service In The Revolutionary War: Military District Of Ohio, Pension papers of soldiers of the Revolutionary War, War ofand Indian wars, who settled in Hickman County, KY., Part 2 Pensioners of the Revolutionary War--Struck Off the Roll Personal and historical sketches and facial history of and by members of.

," Miscellaneous Numbered Records (The Manuscript File) in the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records s, no. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M, reel ), U.S. War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records, Record Gr NA.

He was a descendant of the Cardens that were British Soldiers in the Revolutionary War of tothere being five of them engaged in that war. - part of a letter written or by Mary Anne Lanning (nee Carden) bornreferring to John Warner Carden her grandfather, born   Photos of Revolutionary War veterans.

No, it's not a hoax. When the Museum of the American Revolution opens in Philadelphia on Ap. Revolutionary War pension files can be a gold mine of information for genealogists searching for ancestors from the era of the nation's birth.

Take, for example, Daniel Ide, a member of the prolific Ide family of Massachusetts. Daniel Ide was born in Westminster, Vermont, in 1 A published genealogy of the Ide family lists an Ichabod Ide. V WAR OF THE REVOLUTION, II.

COMPILED BY AUTHORITY OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, UNDER DIHKCTION OF TUB A-UJUTAZSTTS-G-ENERAL Brig. -Gen. STEPHEN R. SMITH, Brig. -Gen. LUCIUS A. BARBOUR, Adjutant-General,Adjutant-General, Y-DNA testing of male descendants shows these two gentleman are not closely related.

It is through years of research largely by Edgar Cress and Claud Crace that we know so much about this family. George married Christina _____ ca in Littlestown, PA; served in the Revolutionary War during the Summer/Fall of and was severely wounded.

Revolutionary War Veterans From Green County, Kentucky Andrew Barnet, Private, South Carolina Militia. Pension began March 4, ; certificate issued He receive $ William Barnet, Private, South Carolina Militia.

Pension began March 4, ; certificate issued He received $ James Bibb, Private, Virginia Line. White, Emmett R.- REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA, Volume 2 - Southern Historical - ISBN# -BRAND NEW Hardcover issued without jacket - The contributions of the Revolutionary War soldiers of Western N.C.

during the conflict of were immense. The rolling hills of the Carolina Piedmont were as much a. Few scholarships are limited to descendants of Revolutionary War veterans. Although both the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the National Society, Sons of the American Revolution are national organizations of Revolutionary War descendants that offer a variety of college scholarships, only a few are actually limited to members.

Cemeteries with Revolutionary War Veteran Graves Include Both Routine Cemetery Care and Extraordinary Maintenance Routine maintenance costs at the cem-eteries with at least one Revolutionary War veteran grave may range from $, to $, with a single best cost estimate statewide of $, The best estimateFile Size: 1MB.Emily J.

Teipe, America’s First Veterans and the Revolutionary War Pensions. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, vi + pp. $ (cloth), ISBN: Reviewed for by Joanna Short, Department of Economics, Augustana College.Other Known Revolutionary War Soldiers In Shelby County Alabama.

By Bobby Joe Seales. James Butler - James Butler was born 5 June in Hanover County Virginia, the son of Zachariah Butler and Sarah Bowe. He married Sarah "Sally" Christopher and by the family had moved to Mecklenburg County Virginia and it was from here that he entered the Revolutionary War and served .