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  • Maryland, USA
  • Member since 03 Jan 2008
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  • Image updated on Daniel Rickter (1950) Memorial Page

    Image: dan_rickter_jr_-_c1965_large.jpg

    01 Jan 2014

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  • Annotation added: Nov 18th, 1811

    Found in: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 14

    Added: 01 Dec 2013

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  • Annotation added: October 31, 1811

    Found in: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 14

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  • I have a perfect recollection of John Murphy, who served as a private in the 8th Virginia Regiment under mycommand. The certificate of Lt. Col. Clark, I am well assured is perfectly correct; and I am confident that Murphy's re-enlistment was the War, and that he served until the end of it. Given under hand, this 31st day of October, 1811 James Wood, formerly B. Gen'l in the Continental ...more

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  • I, Jonathan Clark, a Leiutenant Colonel in the late Revolutionary War, and in the 8th Reg't Virginia forces 0 on Continental Establishment - Commanded by Colo' James Wood - do certifie, that John Murphy was a soldier in said Regiment- and that it appears from the Regimental book of said Regiment, now in my possession, that the said John Murphy enlisted for three years in Capt. Jonathan Langdon's ...more

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  • I acknowledge to have sold to James Morrison of Kentucky all my right title and claim to one hundred acres of Land coming to me from the UStates, for my services as a soldier on Continental establishment in the 12th Vinga Regt and do by these presents(?) authorize and direct that the warrant may issue in his name for the same or should that be in compatibile with the rules of the War department, ...more

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  • Chealsea, 1st November 1811 Dr(?) Sir, The bearer(?) John Murphy, was a meritorious soldier during the Revolutionary War. He waits on you with his documents, in expectation of obtaining his bounty in Lands. I have the honor to be, with the Greatest Respect Dr. Sir, Yr mo ??? Servt James Wood The Hon ??? The Leiut.Governor A Copy J W ...more

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  • 13,00 1 skillet and stue(sic) kettle cort#(?) _______ 2,00 2 old stools sin old knives and forks } Four old plates two of them broken two } cups and saucers two old hoes and a broken ax all worth } 2,00 ...more

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  • State of Ohio Fairfield County Yr On this fourteenth day og August 1820 personnally appeared in opencourt being a court of record it being the Supreme Court for the County aforesaid John Murphey aged seventy last July resident insaid County and State aforesaid eleven ortwelve who being first duly sworn according to the law doth on his oath declare that he served in the revolutionary was as ...more

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  • Annotation added: Fairfield County, Ohio

    Found in: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

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  • Annotation added: August 14, 1820

    Found in: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

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  • Annotation added: Lancaster

    Found in: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

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  • Annotation added: Hugh Boyle

    Found in: Revolutionary War Pensions » Page 9

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