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Artist and Patriot of the American Revolutionary War

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Application for Revolutionary Pension
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By Reuben Moulthrop (Yale University Art Gallery) [Public domain], via Wikimedia
By Reuben Moulthrop (Yale University Art Gallery) [Public domain], via Wikimedia
"Ezra Stiles," portrait of the academic and president of Yale College, oil on canvas, by the American artist Reuben Moulthrop (1763-1814). Courtesy of the Yale University Art Gallery, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. Date 1794
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Deposition of Reuben's Sister Rosanna Pardee

I Rosanna Pardee of East Haven in New Haven County and state of Connecticut aged 77 years  Depose and say that I am the widow of Abijah Pardee late of said East Haven deceased who was a Pensioner of the United State under the provision of the Act of Congress of 1832 and that since the decease of my said husband the benefit of said pension has been extended to me by the Act of Congress of 1836  I would further then say that I am sister of Reuben Mouthrop late of said East Haven deceased and am knowing that said Reuben Moulthrop served as a soldier in the war of the Revolution--that in the year 1780 he served at the Fort on the east side of New Haven Harbour in a Company under Capt Phineas Bradley. that he made it his home at my house which was less than one mile from said Fort and I did his washing and he was often at my house as his home - the length of time that he served I cannot say but it appear to me that he was at said Fort a considerable part of the year. and I am knowing that in November 1792 he married Hannah Street - a Daughter of the Rev'd Nicholas Street of said East Haven - that the said Reuben Moulthrop died July 1812  and that Hannah Moulthrop now residing in New Haven was the only wife and is the widow of the said Reuben Moulthrop dec'd - and I am persuaided that there has been no other person of the name of Ruben Molthrop belonging in said Town since my memory but my brother who was the husband of the aforesaid Hannah Moulthrop.
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