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    2. the British and many fled to Canada. I had some of those and hate to admit I''ve really not gotten too involved in those parts of the family tree. I know they were acting on their personal convictions and passed a certain independence of spirit to me. However, I'm ashamed of them. I feel real guilty about that and hope one day I can overcome the feelings. I have such a sense of patriotism, it's just difficult to think of those &quot;cowards&quot; who ran to Canada rather than risk their lives for freedom. No criticism about anyone on here...just felt the need to voice these feelings. We all have our ancestors, regardless of where they were and how they felt in 1776. MM ========================================================================= From: <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Re: ABNER BOONE Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 01:19:24 In a message dated 96-11-28 23:21:33 EST, [email protected] (lawrence hennessey) writes: &lt;&lt; Looking for information on Abner Boone &gt;&gt; Was he a member of the George Boone line (Daniel's family)? I have several books on the Boones.... MM, descendant of Abigail Boone, daugher of William Boone &amp; Sarah Lincoln and first cousin to Daniel Boone. ========================================================================= From: Lois Johnsten <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Hessians Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 07:45:37 -0600 Did anyone find anything about Hessian sources? I think I have one, = Frederick Hains/Haynes/Haines/Hens as no records appear in Westmorland = Co,PA, or anywhere else, before the Rev War. He seems to come out of = nowhere, and the family spoke German in the home until World War I. = Lois ========================================================================= From: emcraw <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Order of the Cincinnati Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 07:11:00 -0700 Hi Everyone. I am not sure of the correct name of this organization, but I believe it is an organization formed of officers in the Revolution. Does anyone have any information on it? Thanks for any input from anyone. Ellen ========================================================================= From: &quot;Craig R. Scott&quot; <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Re: ABNER BOONE Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 09:37:24 -0500 At 09:13 PM 11/28/96 -0800, you wrote: &gt;Looking for information on Abner Boone who served in the war of 1812. I know &gt;nothing about the state he served from. The first place to look to document military service is in the pension file indexes of the National Archives, regardless of which war. These files document three kinds of penisons: (1) disability or invalid pensions, (2) service pensions, and (3) widow's pensions. The reason that you look here first is because the first rule of thumb when dealing with the National Archives is to establish the relationship of the individual to the federal government. In most wars (prior to the Civil War), most men are militiamen and are not paid by the federal government until they recieve their pensions. Another advantage is that ususally you know at least the first name of the wife of the soldier and if the name you are looking for is John Smith, it helps to be able to differentiate between them. One of the paradoxes of genealogy is that when you look at intestate probate you hope the wife is dead, so you will learn of the distribution, but in pension research you hope the wife lives forever, since she provides so much information in her application. In order to determine which roll of National Archives Microfilm to obtain you should consult _Military Service Records: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications_ ($3.50)[your library should have this]. or _The Family History Library Catalogy_ or the _AGLL Catalog_. There are Revolutionary War, War of 1812 and Old War, and a General Pension Index for the post Civil War period. There is a pension index in book form for the Revolutionary War ($47.50) and for the War of 1812 (by Virgil White) and these also should be in your local library. The second place to document service is the General Indexes for the various wars also on microfilm. Unfortunately, the John Smiths pose a problem here, since there are so many, but the proceedures are the same as above. Books by Virgil White are available for bother the RevWar and the War of 1812. Broadfoot Publishing is doing the Civil War, but it will take a while to complete. These books are probably too expensive for the family researcher, but your library should have them. Hope this helps. Craig R. Scott, CGRS [email protected] visit Willow Bend Books at http://www.mediasoft.net/ScottC comments appreciated ========================================================================= From: Roy Edmund Romans II <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: DAR/SAR Indices Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 09:59:31 -0800 Greetings one and all on this, the busiest shopping day of the year! I wish to request a look-up in the DAR/SAR Indices for the following persons; I am hopeful that they are, indeed, Revolutionary ancestors of mine who have already been recognized. Thomas Noblett (I believe his wife was Mary King) James Maynard (b. 1750, VA) Patrick Porter (m. Susannah Walker) James Alley (a Virginian, believed to have served the Greenbrier Militia?) Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. In Kinship, Roy E. Romans &lt;[email protected]&gt; http://www.kansas.net/~romans/index.html My family coat of arms ties at the back.....is that normal? ========================================================================= From: Sandi Gorin <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: BARREN CO KY REV WAR PENSIONEERS Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 11:55:27 -0500 In case someone has need of info on the above, here are the names of the Rev War soldier petitioning for pension applications here. There were more soldiers here, but these are the recorded applications. If any are your kin, I can give you a quick look up for the details of their applications: William Anderson, John Bagby, John Beavers, William Bell, John Bevis, Elisha Boone, Thomas Brown, Simeon Buford, John Burch, Philip Carter, Thomas Clayton, JOhn Cole, Lucy (Thomas) Colman, William Craig, William Depp, William Dishman, John Elmore, John Forrister, John Foster, Jacob Gibson, William Harris, Joseph Higdon, Clem Hill, John Hizer, Jonathan Hunt, Benjamin Hyde, John Kelly, Jameson Larrence, Rhodam Larrence, Joseph Lee, James Levell, Elizabeth Luckett (wife of Samuel), Benjamin Martin, William Peers, Elizabeth Pinckeley, Peter Priest, Elizabeth Preston (wife of Capt Peter Bendard), John Renfro, Nathaniel Reynolds, Francis Scott, Frederick Smith, James Spilman, JOhn Watson and Samuel Woodson. Sandi &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; Sandi Gorin 205 Clements Avenue, Glasgow, KY 42141-3409 (502) 651-9114 or [email protected] Home page: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Gorin/index.html Barren Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/index.html Metcalfe Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/Metcalfe.html Monroe Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/Monroe.html KYBIOGRAPHIES: [email protected] SUB KYBIOGRAPHIES KYRESEARCH: [email protected] SUB KYRESEARCH &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; ========================================================================= From: charles <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Cowpens death Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 13:48:58 -0600 (CST) I found a cryptic message in an old family bible indicated that an ancestor of mine (Henry Noland) had 6 brothers that fought in the Rev. War and one had been slain at that critical battle at Cowpens and one had died at Brandywine. No more details than that...is there any way I could find the name of the brother that died during the battle of Cowpens? Henry Noland had the following six brothers. Obed Noland/Joshua Noland/Pierce Noland/William Noland/Thomas Noland/and Philip Noland. They were from the Maryland and Virginia area. Any help would be greatly appreciated and I thank you in advance. Charles Noland/ E::Mail [email protected] ========================================================================= From: jasgrob<a href="mailto:[email protected] ">&lt;[email protected] &gt;</a> Subject: Re: DAR Ptriot Index Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 16:44:25 -0800 [email protected] wrote: &gt; &gt; T-0500 &gt; From: Roy Edmund Romans II &lt;[email protected]&gt; &gt; To: &quot;American Revolution discussion list&quot; &lt;[email protected]&gt; &gt; Subject: DAR/SAR Indices &gt; Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 09:59:31 -0800 &gt; Errors-to: &lt;[email protected]&gt; &gt; Sender: [email protected] &gt; X-listname: &lt;[email protected]&gt; &gt; X-Mailer: BeyondMail for Windows/SMTP 2.2 (via Mercury MTS (Bindery) v1.30) &gt; MIME-Version: 1.0 &gt; Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii &gt; Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7Bit &gt; Reply-To: Roy Edmund Romans II &lt;[email protected]&gt; &gt; Message-ID: &lt;[email protected]&gt; &gt; &gt; Greetings one and all on this, the busiest shopping day of the year! &gt; &gt; I wish to request a look-up in the DAR/SAR Indices for the following persons; I &gt; am hopeful that they are, indeed, Revolutionary ancestors of mine who have &gt; already been recognized. &gt; &gt; Thomas Noblett (I believe his wife was Mary King) Not Found &gt; James Maynard (b. 1750, VA) James Maynard, b 1750 VA, d 10-13-1852 VA, m Chaney Smith, Pvt NC PNSR &gt; Patrick Porter (m. Susannah Walker) Patrick Porter, b 5-1-1737 IR, d p 4-28-1798 VA, m Susannah Walker, Sol CS PS VA &gt; James Alley (a Virginian, believed to have served the Greenbrier Militia?) James Alley - b c 1715-20 VA, d a 3-26-1799 VA, m X, PS VA &gt; &gt; Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. &gt; &gt; In Kinship, &gt; &gt; Roy E. Romans &lt;[email protected]&gt; &gt; http://www.kansas.net/~romans/index.html &gt; My family coat of arms ties at the back.....is that normal? -- James G. Robertson 112 Northwood Place Mabank, TX 75147-9014 ========================================================================= From: Joyce Louthan <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Re: Battle of Cowpens Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 18:12:35 -0600 [email protected] wrote: &gt; &gt; In a message dated 96-11-24 23:45:31 EST, [email protected] writes: &gt; &gt; &lt;&lt; Battle of Cowpens. Does anyone have information on this battle? (Rev.War) &gt; Thanks, &gt;&gt; &gt; &gt; &gt;From the book, &quot;George Washington's War&quot;; Leckie, Robert: New York: Harper &gt; Collins Publishers, 1992, pp. 600-03 &gt; &gt; &quot;On January 17, 1781, the two small armies collided in a place of sandy hills &gt; where cattle wandered in open cowpens, which was thus given the name Cowpens. &gt; &gt; Daniel Morgan chose to fight in what looked like a trap. He held a plain &gt; dotted with widely spaced trees in which Tarleton's superior horsemen could &gt; easily maneuver, and he had his back to the Broad River. But the Old Wagoner &gt; knew his men. If he secured his wings on swamps, as he said later, his &gt; miliitia would have vanished through the bogs, and if he crossed the river, &gt; half of them would have abandoned him. He wanted no hope of retreat, so that &gt; his men would fight the dreaded Tarleton with the desperation of the doomed, &gt; and he was certain that his dashing enemy would charge straight ahead, rather &gt; than nibble at his exposed wings. &gt; &gt; So Morgan put about 150 picked riflemen forward in a skirmish line. About &gt; 150 yards behind them were about three hundred mmilitia, under Andrew &gt; Pickens, and back another 150 yards, on the crest of a hill, was Morgan's &gt; main line of about four hundred Continentals, under John Howard. Again to &gt; the rear, behind another hill, were about one hundred horse, under the fat &gt; but capable William Washington, the cavalryman who had been wounded at &gt; Trenton. &gt; &gt; The sharpshooters in front were not to open fire until the enemy was within &gt; fifty yards, and then they were to aim at &quot;the men with the epaulets.&quot; They &gt; were to deliver two volleys, and then fall back on Pickens's militia. The &gt; militia were then to fire only two volleys, before retiring around the &gt; American left to the rear of the main line on the hill, there to re-form as a &gt; reserve. Morgan promised they would be perfectlysafe. He also informed &gt; every man of his plan, so that no one would be alarmed at the withdrawals. &gt; &gt; Tarleton came on. His legion cavalry rode at the sharpshooters. A scathing &gt; fire sent fifteen riderless horses off the field, and the Tory cavalry fled, &gt; never to be induced to reenter the battle. Now the main British line moved &gt; forward, dragoons on either wing. Here was the crux of the battle. If the &gt; militia showed their customary reaction to bared British steel, they would &gt; flee. But Pickens's men stayed, firing and loading and firing again to send &gt; two volleys into the scarlet line. then, they began running to the left as &gt; planned, to get behind the Continentals on the hill. The militia on the &gt; right had the farthest to go, and the British dragoons came thundering down &gt; on them. &gt; &gt; Suddenly, out of the American right rear Washington's horsemen came riding. &gt; They fell upon the astonished cragoons with whistling sabers, routing and &gt; pursuing them, while all Pickens's men gained the rear and re-formed. &gt; &gt; But the inpetuous British had taken Pickens's retirement to mean the start of &gt; the customary retreat, and they came shouting against the main line of &gt; Howard's Continentals. Kneeling on the hill, the Americans poured a plunging &gt; fire into the enemy. Still, the British advanced. Tarleton put his &gt; Highlanders on his left. They stretched beyond the American right. Howard &gt; saw that he was being outflanked. He called for his right-hand company to &gt; face about. Then they were to wheel and form a right angle to the main line &gt; and face about again to blunt the British flanking movement. &gt; &gt; But they faced about and marched to the rear, and the whole line followed &gt; suit. &gt; &gt; Morgan came rushing up to Howard, shouting, &quot;What is this retreat?&quot; &gt; &gt; &quot;A change of position to save my right flank,&quot; Howard replied. &gt; &gt; &quot;Are you beaten?{&quot; the Old Wagoner yelled, and Howard shot back scornfully: &gt; &quot;Do men who march like that look as though they were beaten?&quot; Morgan nodded, &gt; and dashed off to find Howard's men a second position between the two hills. &gt; &gt; Tarleton, sending victory, pursued. His men broke ranks and rushed forward. &gt; William Washington, whose pursuit of the dragoons had carried him ahead of &gt; the American line, saw the British confusion. He sent word to Morgan: &gt; &quot;They're coming on like a mob. Give them one fire, and I'll charge them.&quot; &gt; Morgan gave the order to the Continentals; they faced about and blazed away &gt; from the hip. the scarlet line crumpled, and Howard cried: &quot;Give them the &gt; bayonet!&quot; So it was that an American cheer and American blades went forward, &gt; just as Washington's cavalry burst upon the enemy flank and rear like a &gt; tornado. After that charge, Pickens's re-formed militia struck the &gt; Highlanders down, and the Battle of Cowpens was over, but for an individual &gt; and inconclusive mounted skirmish between Tarleton and Washington. &gt; &gt; Banastre Tarleton himself rode off, his brilliant plumed helmet drooping in a &gt; defeat that was nearly total: nine-tenths of his force had been killed or &gt; captured, against only twelve Americans killed and sixty wounded. &gt; &gt; Cowpens was the American Cannae, it was the glittering small gem of the &gt; Revolution, and it was brought off by an American backwoodsman, who, like the &gt; great Hannibal himself, was merely adapting himself to men and terrain. &gt; Moreover, Cowpens made the way of the ware Nathanael Greene easier as he &gt; waged his war of attrition against Cornwallis.&quot; --------------------------------------------------------------------- The U.S. Navy has named a ship after the Battle of Cowpens. It is one of the newest AEGIS Guided Missile Cruisers, USS COWPENS (CG 63). ========================================================================= From: emcraw <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: (no subject) Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 18:22:13 -0700 SET NOMAIL AMERICAN-REVOLUTION ========================================================================= From: &quot;Sean B. Rork&quot; <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: MICHAEL RORK. Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 20:58:48 -0800 I have a possible relative by the name of Michael Rork who served in the Revolutionary War. See attachments. In the abstract provided a witness by the name of John Rork is listed. My Great, Great, Great, Great grandfather John Rork was born in 1787 in New Jersey. He is listed in the 1840 and 1850 Indiana Census but not after that. He was 63 in 1850. He would have been 58 in 1845 when the abstract reports of a witness for Michael Rork. Michael was born 29 Sep 1746 in Bucks Co. PA. He died 9 Jan 1839. I got the Series M804 Roll #2083 from the National Archives but like Mr. White I could not make some pages out. Can you tell me of any printed copies I might be able to get copies from? I need to know if Michael is related or not. I do not know John's parents names or any childrens names but my Great, Great, Great grandfather Bower Rork born 1823 in Ohio. Please let me know. Sean Rork Topeka, KS [email protected] *** District of Columbia *** S Pension Roll S T of 1835 T R R O Report From O N The Secretary of War N G In Relation to the Pension Establishment G of the United States P 1835 P O O S Baltimore S S Genealogical Publishing Company S I 1968 I B B I The I L Pension Roll L I of 1835 I T T Y In Four Volumes Y *** *** Volume III The Southern States Alabama Georgia North Carolina Arkansas Kentucky South Carolina D. C. Louisiana Tennessee Florida Maryland Virginia Mississippi Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company 1968 Ref. 973.34 U.S. Statement, &amp;c. of Hawkins county-Continued. [514] - Senate Document 23rd Congress, 1st session Washington, 1835, Tennessee Pension Roll, Pg. 68 Name. Rank. Annual Sums re- Description When placed allow- ceived. Of Service. on the pen- ance. sion roll. Michael Rork Private 26 66 79 98 Virginia militia July 6, 1833 Commencement Ages. of pension. Mar. 4, 1831 89 (S T R O N G P O S S I B I L I T Y) Genealogical Abstracts Of Revolutionary War Pension Files Volume III: N - Z Abstracted by Virgil D. White National Historical Pub. co., 1992, Waynesboro, Tennessee Ref. 929.3 WHI 4 Vols Pg. 2949 (Possibility) RORK, Michael, Letty, VA Line, W5720, sol m Letty (--) in 1766, sol appl 3 Dec 1832 Hawkins Co TN aged 87, sol enl in Rockingham Co VA &amp; referred to a bro serving part of 1 tour for him, sol moved from VA to Hawkins Co TN in 1792, sol was b 29 Sep 1746 in Bucks Co PA, sol d 9 Jan 1839, wid appl 13 Feb 1840 Hawkins Co TN, a John Rork was a witness in 1845, a Wilson Rork aged 68 made aff'dt in Nov 1844 in Hawkins Co TN but aff'dt too dim to read but it appeared wid had d 26 Aug 1844 leaving several children but the only names I could make out were; Sally, Judith, Polly, see Nat'l Archives Series M804 roll #2083 (pages 0368 - 0413) for a copy of the entire file, there is considerable data concerning the surviving children &amp; their spouses but it was just too dim to read on this microcopy. (STRONG POSSIBILITY - SEE D.C. PENSION ROLL ABOVE) ................................................................. Genealogical Abstracts Of Revolutionary War Pension Files Volume IV: Index Abstracted by Virgil D. White National Historical Pub. co., 1992, Waynesboro, Tennessee Ref. 929.3 WHI 4 Vols Pg. 4919 RORK, John, 2949 Judith, 2949 Letty, 2949 Letty (--), 2949 Michael, 2949 Polly, 2949 Sally, 2949 Wilson, 2949 (SEE ABOVE ABSTRACT - Pg. 2949) ========================================================================= From: David Roberts <a href="mailto:&quot;[email protected]&quot;@postoffice.worldnet.att.net">&lt;&quot;[email protected]&quot;@postoffice.worldnet.att.net&gt;</a> Subject: DAR Indices Date: Fri, 29 Nov 1996 20:05:22 -0700 May I please request a look-up in the DAR/SAR Indices for the following person: Michael Crose born 1765, died 1819, married Mary Ross born 1769. I believe he was from Culpepper, VA. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks, Dawn Roberts [email protected] ========================================================================= From: Sandi Gorin <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: MORE REV WAR PENSION APPLICATIONS IN KY Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 08:54:58 -0500 Had a tremendous response to the posting of Barren Co KY pension applications. I have varied data on the following (some very detailed ... some scanty): Allen Co KY: John Durham, John &amp; Nancy Gatewood, John Gibson, Richard &amp; Rachel Harrison, Michael Hatler, George Heeter, Wilson Moore, James McElroy, Stephen &amp; Dicey Merritt, Hugh Morrison, Joseph Sears, George Stovall, Daniel Pitchford, John Richie, Walter &amp; Ossie Tiffany, Jarrett &amp; Elizabeth Wright, John Weaver, James &amp; Nancy Williamson, Elisha and Fanny Warden, Jacob Dry. Hart Co KY: John Bomar Sr, Joshua Crump, John &amp; Nancy Defevers, John Edgar Sr, Jeremiah D &amp; Louisa F Harbour, John &amp; Margaret Humphrey, James V Logsdon, John Patterson, Nathaniel Roundtree, John &amp; Mary Row, Joseph Timberlake, Richard Whitman, John Wright Sr, William Cann, Jeremiah Dawson, John Reece. Cumberland Co: Benjamin Taylor, Richard Wade, William Whitaker, George Richardson, Samuel SMith, William Roe/Rowe, Joseph Sewell, John Self, John Scott, Charles Thurman, Matthew Amxy Sr, John Baker, William Baker, Francis Barret, Benjamin Brumell, William Burchett, William Cary, Lawrence Conner, John &amp; Lucy B Chapman Sr, John Creasy, John &amp; Eleanor Miller, William Cheatham, Shadrach Claywell, Robert Crockett, Elam Godfrey, William Ferguson, Martin Gryder, John Gibson, William Goodson, Joseph Jewell, George King, John Monroe, Morgan Morgan, James MacCough/Mac Conn, Solomon Prewitt, Francis Pierce, James Radford, James Williams, Thomas Williams, Isaac McBee, Samuel Smith, Hardin Williams, Joseph Wright, Isham &amp; Elizabeth Burks and Matthew Amyx. Monroe Co: Tom Brown, Thomas Bartley, Matthew Kidwell, Jacob Goodman, Joseph Kingary, John Giles, Ephraim Dicken, James Campbell, Solomon Dickerson, Fielding W Curtis, Pleasant Haley, James Welch, Samuel Shipley, Fleming Smith, John Morehead, Thomas White. More to follow in next msg. I will do quick lookups on any of these names. Sandi &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; Sandi Gorin 205 Clements Avenue, Glasgow, KY 42141-3409 (502) 651-9114 or [email protected] Home page: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Gorin/index.html Barren Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/index.html Metcalfe Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/Metcalfe.html Monroe Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/Monroe.html KYBIOGRAPHIES: [email protected] SUB KYBIOGRAPHIES KYRESEARCH: [email protected] SUB KYRESEARCH &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; ========================================================================= From: Sandi Gorin <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: MORE REV WAR PENSION APPLICATIONS IN KY Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 09:03:05 -0500 Adair Co: Capt William Casey, Levi Conover, Jacob Cooper, John Goode, John Hamilton, William Hancock, Zachariah Holloday, William Hurt, Jeremiah Ingram, James Irvine, Charles Jones, William McKinney, Charles Moore, James Smith, John Ross, John Smith, William Rogers (no data), William Janes (no data), Matthew McGlasson (no data), Joseph Miller (no data), Thomas Brannon (no data), Charles Butterworth (same), Thomas White (same), John Shirley (same), John Polly (same), Joshua Atkinson (same), Robert Bushley (same), Solomon Royse (same), W H Price (same), Thomas Cochran (same), Archibald Skaggs (same), John Tupman (same), Isaac Staples, Daniel Trabue, William Young, James R &amp; Dorcas Alexander, John Polly. NOTE: The ones with no data were cited but no information was shown. Green Co: Elias Barbee, William Barnet, Windle &amp; Barbara Bright, Thomas Berry, Andrew Barnet, James Cowherd, Lawrence Campbell, Andrew &amp; Sarah Chadoin, James P Carlile, Jonathan &amp; Elizabeth Cowherd, Peter D DeSpain, John &amp; Mary (Polly) Dicken, John &amp; Catherine Emerson, Sherrod Griffin, Thomas &amp; Catherine L Gaines, John Greenwell, Henry Hatacher, Thomas &amp; Sarah Harding, Joshua Lee, William &amp; Drusilla Lee, Moses Meers, Samuel McCorkle, Jesse Morris, John Miles, Larking Minor, Thomas Parsons, Joshua Phipps, William H Price, Jesse Puryear, John Riley, Randolph Rice, Henry Shofner, James Sherrill, Meredith Lambert, Joshua Short, William Walker &amp; Mary Steerman, Richard Piercall, John &amp; Elizabth Smith, THomas Smith, John Shoun, William &amp; Polly Skaggs, William Simpson, John &amp; Deborah Thurman, John S Sublett, William Tapscott, John S Taylor &amp; Sarah Roberts, Joseph Timberlake, Thomas &amp; Mary Waright, George &amp; Charlotte Woodard, Hugh Warren, David Watson, William Graham, Adam Mitchell, Samuel Durham. Russell Co: Abel Blankenship, John Cape, James Conn, Jordan George, Ansel Goodman, Thomas Graves, John Hall, James Haynes, James Johns, Henry Law, Ledford Payne, William Perryman and Matthew Robertson. These are ALL that I have - I do not have any for any other county in KY. Can I help? Sandi &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; Sandi Gorin 205 Clements Avenue, Glasgow, KY 42141-3409 (502) 651-9114 or [email protected] Home page: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Gorin/index.html Barren Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/index.html Metcalfe Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/Metcalfe.html Monroe Co: http://www.angelfire.com/pg1/Barren/Monroe.html KYBIOGRAPHIES: [email protected] SUB KYBIOGRAPHIES KYRESEARCH: [email protected] SUB KYRESEARCH &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; &gt;&lt;&gt; ========================================================================= From: Margaret Sessions <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: (no subject) Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 10:18:28 -0800 set no mail ========================================================================= From: <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Re: Order of the Cincinnati Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 11:17:40 -0500 There is a Daughters of the Cincinnati, 122 East 58th St. NY, NY 10022. It is for women descendants of officers of Washington's Continental Army. There is also Society of the Cincinnati, 2112 Massachusetts Ave., Washington, DC 20008. It says in my little book &quot;One male descendant (determined by English law of Primogeniture) of officers commissioned in the continental Army or Navy during the American Revolution.&quot; Better write to them for a clarification. Good luck, Phyllis ========================================================================= From: <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Re: Order of the Cincinnati Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 14:04:57 -0500 In a message dated 96-11-30 11:19:32 EST, [email protected] writes: &lt;&lt; women descendants of officers of Washington's Continental Army. &gt;&gt; Does anyone know where you can find a list of Washington's aides? ========================================================================= From: &quot;Shirley C. Farone&quot; <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Date: Sun, 1 Dec 1996 00:08:01 GMT unsub ========================================================================= From: Paula Barker <a href="mailto:[email protected]">&lt;[email protected]&gt;</a> Subject: Nathaniel Welch/Welsh Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 22:23:10 -0800 I know that my family was quite active in the Revoution. The heirs of Nathl. Welsh are allowed land bounty for his services as Capt. in the State line from July 4, 1776 to the end of the war. Uriel Mallory Sr. was also in the war as well as Caves, Terrills, Farmers etc. I have never considered DAR until recently. I do not even know if there is a Chapter nearby. I know my tree quite well from here. I do not know how much has already been proven and how much I would have to prove from there. Nathaniel Welch=Elizabeth Terrill had da. Malinda Welch/Welsh Uriel Mallory=Sarah Street had son Uriel Mallory Uriel Mallory=Malinda Welch had da. Julia Mallory Julia Mallory= (1st)?Clark Julia Mallory=(2nd) Samuel Hutchison Faulkner had son Thomas G.Faulkner Thomas G. Faulkner=Ella Hicks had son Samuel Faulkner Samuel Faulkner=Sonoma Farmer had son Wayne Faulkner Wayne Faulkner=Gloria Summa had da. Paula Faulkner (me) ========================= Julia Mallory is quite well documented as being the da. of Uriel Mallory and Malinda Welch. I have copy of marriage certificate for her marriage to Samuel Hutchison Faulkner. I do not have any certificates on Thomas G. but he was known to my father and his sisters as their grandfather. I have the marriage certificate of Samuel Faulkner to Sonoma Pearl Farmer. And I of course have birth and marriage certificates for my father Wayne Faulkner. How close am I to being there?? -- Paula in Texas Searching: FAULKNER, HICKS, FARMER, COKER, WILLIAMS, MARTIN, SUMMA (SUMMY), MALLORY, CAVE, WELCH, TERRELL, JAMESON, PRATT, CRABTREE, BARKER, BROWN, TITSWORTH, DOWNING, CAMPBELL, WEIR ========================================================================= =============================================================== =========================================================================

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