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This is actually Jacob Clock son of Colonel Jacob Klock of the Palatine District, Tryon County, New York

Image, found in Numbered Record Books: Page 7 · 06 Feb 2014 You

This is actually Adam C [s/o Conrad] Clock

Image, found in Numbered Record Books: Page 7 · 06 Feb 2014 You

This is Casper Neer. He was killed in the Battle of Turlock in July of 1781.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 30 · 13 Jun 2012 You

This a fracture drawn by School Master William Murray. Murray's Pension Application Number is S43059.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 10 · 06 Feb 2012 You

This reference to Frederick Whitmore is actually a reference to the death of Frederick Young, the step-son of the Hendrick Witmosure, who was executed for desertion at Fort…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 19 · 26 Aug 2011 You

The man hereon noted as Captain Samuel Lettingell is actuality Captain Samuel Pettingell.

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 10 · 16 Oct 2010 You

This company appears to be that of Jellis A. Fonda of the Mohawk District Regiment of Tryon County Militia. All of the men listed in this group are of the Mohawk District which…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Rolls: Page 35 · 30 Mar 2010 You

This man is the same Hanyost House who was recommended for appoint as a second lieutenant in a company of nine months men to be transferred to the New York State Line for a period…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 12 · 04 Jan 2010 You

The Peter Sattsman listed on this page is actually Peter Saltsman of the Palatine District of Tryon County, New York. Fort Plank Historian Ken D.…

Image, found in Revolutionary War Pensions: Page 29 · 03 Jan 2008 You