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Page 9

Nicey Jackson a free woman of colour

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

Made 15 Jan 2010

Page 30

Cato How a man of coller [color]

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 30

Made 14 Jan 2010

Page 9

There was in Groton formerly an old colored man who wen by the name of Ned Hops who was a Revolutionary Pensioner and died 33 yrs ago.

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

Made 14 Jan 2010

Page 38

in Danvers and from his own bounty paid the annual rent on the same for several years &c and otherwise contributed to the aid and assistance ofhis former...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 38

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 38

that the said Primus was an adopted son of Ezra Trask who to the day of his death never had any issue and further was at that early period what we should now...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 38

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 6

Joseph Green a mulatto

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 6

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 20

She (Betsy Goff) further declares that she was married to the said Zachariah Goff in the year 1796 and that her name before marriage was Betsey Ashberry that...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 20

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 14

Richard Daniel...sworn...Zachariah Goff a free Negro who lived about 3 1/2 miles from deponent at Bells Mill, now called Wests Old Mill and kept said Mill as...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 14

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 24

Betsey Goff a free negro

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 24

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 4

she is the widow of John George late of said Charlestown, now deceased, who was a man of colour

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 4

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 4

Bridget George, a resident of Charleston in the county & state aforesaid, an Indian woman of the Narrangansett tribe

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 4

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 21

a colored man

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 21

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 17

NB It is not impossible but that Sampson may have been entered under the name of his master Sampson Andriance or Anderonce. it was commonly the case in the...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 17

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 13

that he was previous to his enlistment the slave of Adriance, as also set forth in said papers, and on becoming a soldier he was liberated by his master from...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 13

Made 11 Jan 2010

Page 8

Peter negro

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 8

Made 05 Jan 2010

Page 8

I Daniel Miles aged Eighty six of Glastonbury in the county of Hartford County testify and say that I was well acquainted with Peter, a negro man and before...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 8

Made 05 Jan 2010

Page 6

Richard Cozzens a Man of Colour

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 6

Made 05 Jan 2010

Page 32

I Enoch T. Cobb of Barnstable of the county of Barnstable and State of Massachusetts of lawful age to give evidence do depose and say: that I was acquainted...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 32

Made 04 Jan 2010

Page 24

slave

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 24

Made 30 Dec 2009

Page 14

Anthony, slave, waiter to Lt Cannon[?]

Source: Revolutionary War Rolls » Page 14

Made 29 Dec 2009

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