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King Philip’s War Records

King Philip’s war was the most devastating war between the colonists and the Indians in New England. The war is named for King Philip, the son of Massasoit and chief of the Wampanoag. His Wampanoag name was Metacom, Metacomet, or Pometacom. Upon the death of his brother, Alexander (Wamsutta), whom the Indians suspected the English of murdering, Philip became sachem and maintained peace with the colonists for a number of years. Hostility developed over the steady succession of land sales forced on the Indians by their growing dependence on English goods. The Wampanoag were joined by the Nipmuck and by the Narragansett, and soon all the New England colonies were involved in the war. Philip’s cause began to decline after he made a long journey west in an unsuccessful attempt to secure aid from the Mohawk. In 1676 the Narragansett were completely defeated and their chief, Canonchet, was killed in April of that year; the Wampanoag and Nipmuck were gradually subdued. Philip’s wife and son were captured, and he was killed (Aug., 1676) by an Indian in the service of Capt. Benjamin Church after his hiding place at Mt. Hope (Bristol, R.I.) was betrayed. 1675-1676 History of King Philip’s War Treaty signed at Casco Bay 1726 (starts on page 4) King Philip’s Views Of The English (hosted at Mayflower Families) King Philip’s Ancestry Quaboag Plantation (hosted at Dianne Elizabeth’s Family History) King Philip’s War (hosted at Wikipedia) King Philip’s War (hosted at Pilgrim Hall) Images of King Philip’s War Timeline King Philip’s War People The Rutledge Family Association (hosted at The Rutledge Family Association) Mary Rowlandson, Captive (hosted at...

West Virginia Revolutionary War Pensions

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War. These records reveal more details about the veteran’s history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war. Pension Records  (All hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives unless otherwise noted) Berkeley County Berkeley County Pension Statement Bell, Thomas Birmingham, Patrick Black, George Burk, Matthew Campbell, James Develin, Henry Fulton, Samuel Hite, George Hyland, Ferguson Jones, William Kroesen, Issac Marlatt/Morlatt, Peter McCue, William Peterson, John Smith, John Whiting, Francis Brooke County Brooke County Pension Statement Brownlee, John Cabell County Cabell County Pensioners Clay County Procious, Adam Fayette County Fayette County Pensioners Greenbrier County Greenbrier County Pensioners Greenbrier County Pension Statement Burgain, Thomas Clendenin, Robert Howard, Ignatius Jones, John Nettles, Abraham Hampshire County Hampshire County Pensioners Boxwell, Joseph Cullins, John Henderson, Sampson High, Jacob Lyon, William Williams, Robert Hardy County Hardy County Pensioners Harrison County Harrison County Pensioners Cunningham, Walter Wadsworth. Robert Jackson County Jackson County Pensioners McKown, James McKown, Phoebe Casto Jefferson County Jefferson County Pensioners KELLAR, Abram LEMON, John Kanawha County Kanawha County Pensioners Carter, John Lewis County Lewis County Pension List Lewis County Pensioners McClain, William Richards, George Logan County Logan County Pensioners Davis, Thomas Davis, William Sr. & Mary Fisher, Jacob Stewart, Ralph Mason County Mason County Pensioners Monongalia County Monongalia County Pensioners Scott, David Monroe County Monroe County Pensioners Boon, John Fprd, John Hand, Christopher Shepherd, John Morgan County Morgan County Pensioners Nicholas County Nicholas...

Virginia Revolutionary War Pensions

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital images of entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War. These records reveal more details about the veteran’s history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war. Pension Records (All hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives unless otherwise noted) Accomack County Bloxom, Charles aka Stewart Groten, John Hogshire, Charles Hogshire, Robert Rodgers, James Albemarle County Alford, Jacob Adams, Thomas Bowen, Micajah Davis, Charles Tilman, Daniel Alexandria County McLean, Joseph Amelia County Anderson, William Compton, Archibald Hightower, Thomas Scott, Joseph Scurry, John SELF, John Tucker, George Amherst County Crawley, Thomas Hardwick, George McClain, James McClain, James #2 McClain, Thomas McLain, Henry Augusta County Burton, John Dickinson, John Francis, William Hamilton, James McFarland, Alexander McKinney, John McNamara, Timothy Rader, Nicholas Ryan, John Stuart, Alexander Yeager, John Bath County Galford, Thomas McClintic, William Bedford County Arthur, John Brown, Joseph Buford, John Buford, Rhoda Brown, William Caughran, George Cochran, Samuel Goodman, Ansel Hollis, James Tribble, James Welsh, Mary Vest, John Watts, William Witt, Jesse Wright, John Berkeley County now WV Birmingham, Patrick Black, George Burk, Matthew Campbell, James Develin, Henry Fulton, Samuel Hite, George Hyland, Ferguson Jones, William Marlett, Abraham Marlatt/Morlatt, Peter McCue, William Peterson, John Smith, John Witing, Francis Botetourt County Amack(s), Matthew Blair, Samuel Conner, Lawrance Abernathy, Robert Hawks, Frederick Lapsley, John Leonard/Linnard, Robert Price, Jacob Buckingham County Thurman, Charles Campbell County Brooks, James McAmiss, Tim Truitt, William Caroline County Baylor, Walker Brooks, Robert Carr, Elizabeth...

South Carolina Revolutionary War Pensions

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital images of entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War. These records reveal more details about the veteran’s history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war. Pension Records  (All hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives unless otherwise noted) Abbeville County McDonald, Daniel & Elizabeth Anderson County McMahon, Peter Chester County McGarity, William Johnson/Jphnston, James W. Stroud, Hampton Stroud, William Chesterfield County Watson, Levin Edgecomb County Owens, Etheldred Edgefield County Christmas, Richard Fairfield County Gragg, Henry Georgetown County Baxter, Israel Gurley, Jeremiah Greenville County Land, Lewis Fields, John Wright, Asa Kershaw County Clinton, William Laurens County Sloan, George T. Newberry County Hampton, John Nelson, Hanse & Delila Spartanburg County Bearden, John Bearden, Richard Cannon, Henry Holcombe, Jordan Martin, Samuel Morrow, Janat Morrow, Samuel Smith, Fleming Union County Brandon, Agnes ‘Nancy’ Kincade Otterson, Samuel Robertson, James Smith, James Stribling, Mary Beckham York County Clark, William Hanna, Robert McLain, John: Heirs McWhorter, John Unknown County Towles, Oliver  96 District Casey, William Doyle, Edward Headen, William Jr. Camden District Cato, Henry Union District Brandon, Richard and Agnes Mary Beckham Stribling Samuel Otterson Potts,...

Tennessee Revolutionary War Pensions

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital images of entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War. These records reveal more details about the veteran’s history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war. Pension Records  (All hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives unless otherwise noted) Anderson County Wiley, Alexander Bedford County Beardon, John Meadows, Daniel Moore, John Rainey, John Campbell County Chitwood, James Bratcher, Charles Lawson, David Hembree, Drewry Limpkin(s), Dickerson Reed, John and Nancy Claiborne County Boyers, Michael Day, Ransom McDowell, Michael Davidson County Brown, Morgan Clinton, Richard Cotes, Benjamin Hickman, Thomas Decatur County Rushing, Phillip Rushing, Richard Dekalb County Puckett, John Fentress County Beaty, Andrew Helm, George Franklin County Berry, Sanford Fagg, John Nelson. Abraham Stanfield, James Gibson County Fox, Gaitus Giles County Callahan, John Collier, William Finley, George Greene County Bryant, Thomas Daily, James Farrell O’Neill Doty, Azariah Gammon, Jesse Harmon, John Johnston/Johnson, Zopher Morgan, Thomas Ross, William Wwlty, John Hamilton County Davis, James Hawkins County Belcher, Bartley Lawson, Jacob & Polly Morton, Samuel Nelson, William Riggs, Samuel Spears, Samuel Thresher, Isaac Sr. Wood, John Henderson County Wood, Charles Jr. Henry County Haynes, James Humphreys County McGee, Thomas Jackson County Brown, Jane Brown, Jeremiah Page 2 Jackson County Gordon, Richard Jefferson County Garretson, John McFarland, Robert Knox County Alexander, William Doyle, John Nelson, Hanse & Delila Nelson, John Lincoln County McKenzie, William Marshall County Ledbetter, Rowland McNairy County Bearden, Richard Burks, Isham Monroe County Brown, Aaron and...

Pennsylvania Revolutionary War Pensions

Pennsylvania Revolutionary War Records Adams County Rex, Daniel Alleghany County Pyles, Joseph Beaver County McGerry/McGeary, Neal Bedford County Wertz, George Centre County MacLain, John McLain, Charles Chester County Whitcraft, William Columbia County Reichswick, Conrad Cumberland County McKnight, David Stratton, Lot Fayette County Hanna, Robert Sr. May, Charles , Widow’s Application McClean, Alexander Franklin County Foreman, Peter Hockingbery, Harmon Greene County McClain, Abijah Lancaster County Boyers, Michael Hedreik, William Luzerne County Forbes, Nathan Lycoming County Louge, Adam Mercer County Quinby, Samuel Mifflin County Cunningham, Joseph Northumberland County Dougherty Or Doherty, John , Child’s Application Dougherty, William MacPherson, John Shipman, John Philadelphia County Zoll, Jacob Schuylkill County Happes, Michael Somerset County Troutman, Peter Susquehanna County Wakelee, David Tioga County Gee, David , Widow’s Application Rose, Russell Warren County McGee, James Washington County Defrance, John McClean, Andrew Wayne County Akers, William Westmoreland County Brown, William Funk, Christian Johnson, Joseph York County Ament, Philip Beaty, John Depuy, Isaac Unknown County McGee,...

North Carolina Revolutionary War Pensions

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital images of entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War. These records reveal more details about the veteran’s history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war. Pension Records  (All hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives unless otherwise noted) Anson County Carpenter, Isaac Dabbs, John Hinson, Charles Jackson, Stephen Jarman, Emory Jarman, William Keen, John Little, Jacob Martin, Kinchen Martin, William Slay, Thomas Jr. Teal, Emanuel Treadway, Daniel Vaughan, William Ashe County Ray, Jesse Toliver, Jesse Bertie Coumty Butler, John Dillon, Richard Hoggard, John Sowell, Isaac Williams, George Bladen County Davis, Sampson Hester, Thomas Pridgen, William Shipman, James Shipman, Lucy Buncombe County Kelly, Benjamin McClain, Charles Poplin, George Burke County Dobson, Joseph Jr. Gibbs, John Rev. Hawkins, Joseph Parks, Samuel Parks, George Caswell County Dye, Sarah (Reynolds), Widow of William Earp, Josiah Pass, Holloway Catawba County Abernathy, Robert Chatham County Beasley, Isham Blalock, David Heirs Bright, Nancy Clark, Burgess Columbus County Bright, Simon Hickman, Samuel Edgecombe County Edwards, Simon & Sally Edwards, Simon & Sally Heirs Scarborough, James Gatson County Martin, Samuel McGee, Thomas Granville County Searcy, Asa Ussery, Thomas Guilford County Chapman, Joseph Crawley, Thomas McBride, John Connelly, Henry, Capt. McLain/McLane, Joseph Haywood County Fulbright, Jacob Runyan, John Iredell County Thomas, John & Sally Younger Johnston County Sterling, Robert Watson, Levin Lenoir County Baxter, Israel Sloan Spence Mason Harper, Sarah Hartsfield, John Kinsey, John Moore, John Tull, Charles Macon County Queen, William Lewis,...

Ohio Revolutionary War Pensions

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital images of entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War. These records reveal more details about the veteran’s history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war. Pension Records  (All hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives unless otherwise noted) Ashtabula County Niles, David Parker, Andress Wright, James Athens County Daily, David Butler County Applegate, Benjamin Clermont County Robb, William Columbiana County Bowman, Phillip Darke County Pearce, Samuel Heirs Delaware County Budd, John Guernsey County Bailey, Jared Greene County McLane, John Hamilton County Peirce, Samuel Harrison County Milligan, David Jefferson County Elkins, William Knox County McKown, James Lake County Flowers, Isaac & Bathsheba Lawrence County Mannon, Henry Licking County Barlett, Christena Boyer, Daniel Boyer, Sarah McQuown, John Wilson, Obadiah Neighbarger, Christian Lorain County Haynes, Christian Medina County Jennings, Esban Meigs County Stivers, Margaret Monroe County McClain, William McClain, William #2 Waller, Jesse Muskingum County Cullins, John Richland County Fast, Christian Seneca County Peterson, Matson Summit County Bettes, Nathaniel Washington County McGee/Magee, William...

Kentucky Revolutionary War Pensions

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital images of entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War. These records reveal more details about the veteran’s history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war. Pension Applications (All hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives unless otherwise noted) Adair County Bailey, Elisha Ingram, Jeremiah Tupman, John Tupman, John: Heirs Of Anderson County Adams, George Cowgill, Mary Cowgill, Ralph Barren County Burch, John Owen, Tabitha Boone County Ruddell, James Bourbon County Terril, John Breckinridge County Bozarth, Jonathan Dehaven, Edward Eskridge, George: Children Bullitt County Bishop, Lawrence Goldsmith, John Hornbeck, Abraham & Hannah Butler County Beasley, William Cook, James Caldwell County Clinton, James Guess, Joseph Campbell County Dicken, Joseph Casey County Sutherland, William  Clark County Best, James Elkin, James Holeman, Tandy Moore, Nicholas Tracey, Charles Clay County Burns, William Fields, John McQuin/McQueen, John Philpot, Thomas Cumberland County Conner, Lawrence Fergason, William Jewell, Joseph Thurman, Charles Webb, Moses Daviess County Taylor, Benjamin Estill County Brown, Thomas & Phebe Harris, Thomas Harris, William Horn, Matthias Johnson, William & Nancy Lackey, Andrew Lenox, Charles & Barbara McCristy, James Meadows, Israel & Barbara Noland, James & Barbara Noland, Jesse Oldham, Richard Phillips, Zachariah Pike, Robert Proctor, Joseph Robertson, Jesse & Sally Sheffield, George & Mary Snowden, David & Nancy Stufflebean, John & Elsee Styvers, William Ward, Lawrence & Elizabeth Winkler, Henry & Susannah Fayette County Barton, John Bowman, Abraham Robinson, Benjamin Fleming County Doyle, Aquilla C . Hopkins, David...

New York Revolutionary War Pensions

Revolutionary War Pensions – $ This collection of records includes digital images of entire pension files for soldiers and sailors who served during the Revolutionary War. These records reveal more details about the veteran’s history and service unlike selected service records chosen for genealogical content. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war. Pension Records  (All hosted at USGenWeb Pension Archives unless otherwise noted) Albany County Briggs, Abraham Bostwick, John & Betsey Morrison, Ephraim Starkweather, Billings Cayuga County Hall, Benajah Heirs Jennings, Esbon Hewitt, Lewis Hills, Eleazer Stivers, Margaret Van Fleet, Garret Chautauqua County Adams, Levi Jr. Bail, Henry Calvin Bovee, Nicholas Burdick, Gideon Fox, Veniah Rice, Peletiah Staples, Isaac Wheeler, Samuel Wiard, Darius Wood, Nathan Chenango County Parker, Jotham Scarritt, James Clinton County Wilson, John Columbia County Best, John J. Blimly/Plimley, William Bruisee, Wynsen Castle, John Clum, Adam Decker, James Dick, Heary/Henry Elliot, William Ford, Jacob Gardener, Andrew Goes, Laurence M. Gott, John Holsapple, John Kilmer, Maria Rossman Kline, Jacob Lape, George McFall, Patrick Meyer, Moses Plass/Ploss, Michael Plass/Ploss Peter Plimley/Blimly, William Pulver, Jacob Race, Andrew A. Race, Benjamin Race, Jonathan Race, Philip Ringsdorph, Philip Rockefeller, Diel Rossman, Conrad Ryfenburg, Adam Ryfenburg, Henry Salpaugh, John Scutt, William Shaver, Mary Shaver, Peter Shiperly, Barent Shutts, Hannah Snyder, William Stickles, Nicholas Tenbroeck, Leonard Tenbroeck, Samuel Tenbroeck, Samuel J. VanValkenburg, Christian Cortland County Backus, John Coy, David Hopkins, Oliver Delaware County Butterfield, Henry & Rachel Coon, Matthew Reckie, Andrew Erie County Becker, Jacob Franklin County Basford, Martha Fulton County Benjamin, Josiah, Jr. Herkimer County Cady, Ebenezer Daniels, Eleazer Griswold, Daniel Hagadorn,...
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