Other Annotations by cedar9_0482, 61-80

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to the first day of January 1781, by voluntary enlistment, as a private in a company of Artillery, raised by authority of the State of Connecticut, and...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 20

Made 05 Jan 2012

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in order to obtain the benefit of the ass't of Congress before the 7th day of June A.D. 1832__ The applicant saith, that by reason of old age, and the...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 20

Made 05 Jan 2012

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State of Connecticut County of New Haven s.p. On this 3rd day of August A.D. 1833, formally appeared in open court, before the Court of Probate for the...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 20

Made 05 Jan 2012

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I Anthony P. Sanford Clerk of the Court of Probate for the District of New Haven, do certify, that the foregoing contains the informal findings of the said...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 23

Made 05 Jan 2012

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If practicable the applicant will transmit the paper containing the evidence of his enlistment in Capt Bradleys Company

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 19

Made 05 Jan 2012

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that while at this place applicant was taken sick with the Camp distemper - that he lay for several days in a cider mill without any kind of bed - that his...

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Made 30 Dec 2011

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Benjamin Doolittle of Capt Joel Hall's Company in Col. Baldwins Regt. belonging to the Brigade Commanded by Col John Chester Esq'r on account of sickness is...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 30

Made 27 Nov 2011

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Bunker Hill Battle

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 3

Made 25 Sep 2011

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Daughters of the American Revolution

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 31

Made 24 Sep 2011

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Daughters of the American Revolution

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 29

Made 24 Sep 2011

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he recieved three yeares of his pension at 96 doll per year from 1819 up to 22 at which time he died in Carlyle in Illinois

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 16

Made 24 Sep 2011

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Signature of Reuben Barber

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 11

Made 16 Sep 2011

Page 9

Agnes W. Storer is Agnes Williamson Storer, great grand daughter of William Storer and Deborah Beaman Storer

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

Made 11 Sep 2011

Page 107

A Pay roll of a part Capt Elijah Galusha's Company that went in the Alarm in May Last ~ Arlington Oct 24 1782

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 107

Made 30 Apr 2011

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Pay Roll pf Capt John Marcy's Company in Col. James Reed's Regiment to the 1st of August 1775

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 24

Made 30 Apr 2011

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Battle of Saratoga

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 17 Aug 2010

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Massachusetts Militia

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 4

Made 17 Aug 2010

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B | Corps of Artificers | Continental Troops. Samuel Barnard { Captain Jacob Low's Company of Carpenters, stationed at W. Plains and elsewhere, under the...

Source: Revolutionary War Service Records » Page 4

Made 22 Jul 2010

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Remarks transfd. to the Inf.

Source: Revolutionary War Service Records » Page 52

Made 22 Jul 2010

Page 51

* This company was designated at various times as Capt. Henry Chanpion's and Capt. Henry Heart's Company.

Source: Revolutionary War Service Records » Page 51

Made 22 Jul 2010

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