Other Annotations by MotherB, 281-300

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1 Where & what year were you born - was born in the Town of Dover - Dutchess County in the year 1759

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Made 11 Oct 2007

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That he was born at Fishkill in the State of New York in the year, 1761 - that he has no record of his age or birth

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Made 11 Oct 2007

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the said Myrick then lived near where Putnam Court House now is, then in Fredericks County of Dutchess

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Made 10 Oct 2007

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to go to the residence of Samuel S. Myrick the son of Joshua Myrick, the said Joshua being so old and infirm as to be unable to leave the house

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Made 10 Oct 2007

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When I was called into the service I lived in the town of Fredericks County of Dutchess (now Putnam) Since the Revolutionary War I have lived in the town of...

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Made 10 Oct 2007

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The Deponent saith that himself and his wife aged about seventy years have since the receipts of his pension resided with his son but before that time the...

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Made 10 Oct 2007

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Fishkill Barrax July 1st 1778

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Made 10 Oct 2007

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James Croft died on the ninth day of March in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine at Phillipstown in the County of Putnam

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Made 09 Oct 2007

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Answer, when he entered the service in 1776 he lived in Phillips Town, Dutchess County, now Putnam and has lived there ever since until October 1832 when he...

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Made 09 Oct 2007

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Answer, I was born at Phillips's Manor West Chester County & State of New York in the year 1754

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Made 09 Oct 2007

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That he has since the revolutionar war and now does live in the Town of Pleasant Valley in the said county of Dutchess.

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Made 08 Oct 2007

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That he was born in the said county of Dutchess on the twenty sixty day of March one thousand seven hundred and fifty six .

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Made 08 Oct 2007

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aged seventy six years on the twenty sixth day of March last past

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Made 08 Oct 2007

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John Lake a resident of the Town of Pleasant Valley in the county of Dutchess and State of New York

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Made 08 Oct 2007

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He was born in the year 1758 in Carmel aforesaid, that there is a record of his age in the family bible which is kept in his family & was formerly kept...

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Made 08 Oct 2007

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Son, William stated that there were seven children older than himself, but did not give any names.

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Made 07 Oct 2007

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In 1846, daughter Nelly (Nella) Ekroat (Eckrote) was fifty-eight years old and living in Mifflin; and son, William was forty-five years old and living at...

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Made 07 Oct 2007

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He was allowed pension on his application executed September 5, 1833, while a resident of Mifflin, Columbia County Pennsylvania, aged ninety years. He died...

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Made 07 Oct 2007

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John Ireland aged Ninety years and upwards a resident of Mifflin township Columbia County and State of Pennsylvania [5 Sept 1833]

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Made 07 Oct 2007

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I continued to live in Bedford aforesaid until I removed to Bainbridge aforesaid where I have ever since resided and where I now reside

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Made 01 Sep 2007

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