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Peter Jack Brittons' Great-Granduncle, Sandford Britton, was in the War of 1812--shown in one of the images coincidentally posted on this page!
Sandford Britton, Rank Private: War of 1812 Pension Files, Georgia Page 49 number 34 -- Commencement of service December 22, 1813 Expiration of service February 19th, 1814. Number of days in service, 60. "Ft. Mitchell, Feb'y 20th, 1814. A muster roll of Captain John Thomas' Company of Militia under the command of Major James Patto(n), ordered into service on the 22nd of December, 1813, and terminated on the 19th of February, 1814-both days included, to guard the frontiers in the different counties and forts: Twiggs County, (GA)-Fort Telfain, Fort Twiggs, Fort Jackson; Pulaskin County-Fort Mitchell, Fort Lawrence ; Telfair County: Fort Adams and Fort McIntosh." Source: Fold3.com