Other Annotations by MotherB, 261-280

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In the month of January in the 1778 he was called out under the orders of General Washington and was engaged in foraging under the command of John Doty...

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Made 02 Nov 2007

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He first entered the service at Frederickstown in the County of Dutchess aforesaid now Carmel in the County of Putnam in the month of October in the year 1776

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Made 02 Nov 2007

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In the spring of the year of 1780 he moved with his family to the town of Frederickstown now the town of Patterson in the County of Dutchess and State of New...

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Made 02 Nov 2007

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Reuben Ganong a resident of the town of Carmel in the said county of Putnam aged seventy five years the 29th day of September last

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Made 01 Nov 2007

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And the declarant saith that he was born in the manor of Philips now town of Mount Pleasant in the said countyof West Chester on the twelfth day of August in...

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Made 21 Oct 2007

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I was born in said Greenwich March 19th 1760

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Made 20 Oct 2007

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I lived at Phillipstown aforesaid when called into the service and after my service I lived two or three or four years at Phillipstown

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Made 20 Oct 2007

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I was born in the County of Dutchess in this state on the 22d December 1760

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Made 20 Oct 2007

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That the said Captain Benjamin Hicks died on the Twenty-third day of May Eighteen hundred and Thirty six without ever having applied for the benefits of said...

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Made 14 Oct 2007

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That the said Benjamin Hicks deceased left a widow to whom he was married on or about the 1st day of January A D 1777 whose maiden name was Deboarh Doty

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Made 14 Oct 2007

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That the said John Ingersoll was married to the present applicant Mary Ingersoll whose maiden name was Terrell, in the town of Cornwall in the County of...

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Made 13 Oct 2007

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For Sundries from Store to Robert Ireland

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Made 13 Oct 2007

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That this deponent was married to the said John Ingersoll on the 30th of May 1807.

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Made 13 Oct 2007

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This deponent well Recollects that his said Father was frequently Called Ingerson

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Made 13 Oct 2007

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of her said Husband - she further declares that her said husband resided in Dutchess County in the state of New York during the War of the Revolution that...

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Made 13 Oct 2007

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that the said Philip and Elizabeth left at their death the following children Lydia Ireland and Sally Pearsall of Bainbridge aforesaid

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Made 13 Oct 2007

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We Jacob Ireland residing in the town of Bainbridge in the County and State aforesaid and James Ireland residing in the same place hereby certify that we are...

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Made 13 Oct 2007

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To the 7th answer that Jabez S. Fitch. Levi Bigelow, Jacob Ireland and James Ireland who live in his present neighborhood can testify as to his character for...

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Made 13 Oct 2007

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The case of Benj Dykeman of Putnam Cy N. Y.

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Made 11 Oct 2007

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3 Where living when called in service, and where since & now, when called into service I lived in Amenia Dutchess County

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Made 11 Oct 2007

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