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"State of Newyork Herkimer County James Delong of the town Germanflats in said county aged about sixty six year being july sworn doth depose and say that he is well acquainted with Elisabeth Davidson the widow of John Davidson deceased the applicant for a pension under the act of July 4 - 1836 and has been acquainted with her for about twenty seven years now last past and that he was also well acquainted with the said John Davidson deceased in his life time the said Davidson and his wife the aforesaid Elisabeth then residing in the town of Danube then a part of Minden in which town this deponent resided for many years And deponent further saith that it was generally reported that the said John Davidson and the said Elisabeth Davidson were lawfully married - That they lived together as husband and wife & were so treated and respected by all their neighbors and acquaintances - James Delong Subscribed & sworn, Oct. 13th 1837 Before me John B Dygert Judge Herkimer Common Pleas"

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Revolutionary War Pensions

The records in this collection include entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served in the Revolutionary War. Unlike selected records, which were typically chosen subjectively for genealogical content, these records reveal more details about each veteran's history and service, as well as more information about his family, state of health, and life after the war.

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