Other Annotations by ptamom59, 21-40

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he remembers a total eclipse of the sun in Virginia 1781

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 05 Aug 2010

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taken prisoner and put on a prison ship in Wilmington DE for about 2 months - 9 Sept 1781

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 7

Made 05 Aug 2010

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... captured 30,000 pounds for which he recieved nothing ... (that was a lot of money!)

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 3

Made 03 Aug 2010

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These are all types of 18th century money. Penny; Shilling, Pounds

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 10

Made 12 Apr 2010

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.. taken prisoner on the 16 Nov 1776 (from Ft. Lee)

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 4

Made 09 Apr 2010

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Mr Ellison must of raised some fine horse flesh. $1200 equates out to $16964.12 in 2010 monies! That's a lot of horse. Maybe Man O'War's predecessor!

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 5

Made 18 Feb 2010

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$700 (in 1864 money) for "one first class artillery horse" - whoa!!! (no pun intended)That must of been one first class horse! It equates for over...

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 5

Made 18 Feb 2010

Page 5

... that her first three children were still born - the first two twins and the third died but a short time after ...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 27 Jan 2010

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...she was married to William Knowles in the year 1778 ...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 3

Made 27 Jan 2010

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(should be) owing to the great length of time ...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

Made 07 Dec 2009

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... the Tories who infested that country to the great annoyance and the distraction of the property and lives of the people.

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 07 Dec 2009

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... lived in SC until 1812, then removed to KY. Lived there until 1826, then removed to Autauga Co. AL

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 8

Made 26 Nov 2009

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Wm KIRKLAND was born abt 1762 in South Carolina.

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 8

Made 26 Nov 2009

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'long' - is what the word is.

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 04 Sep 2009

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Your petioner remained at home from that time till about June of the year 1778 when he again felt himself compelled by duty to offer his serviced to his...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 8

Made 27 Aug 2009

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... and continued actively and ardously employed during the whole term of his enlistment within which time he was engaged in the ever memorable and glorious...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 7

Made 27 Aug 2009

Page 7

... the Colonists were driven to take up arms and in defense of their just rights and an act of wanton aggression on the part of the British troops had...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 7

Made 27 Aug 2009

Page 1

"Congress then Resolved themselves into a Committee of the whole to take into Consideration the State of America" - why should this be Secret?

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 1

Made 25 Aug 2009

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... news of Cornwallis' capture ...

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 3

Made 13 Aug 2009

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British pilot boat- The Otter

Source: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 5

Made 10 Jul 2009

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