WAGSTER, WILLIAM, age not given, and a resident of Butler County; private S. C. Continental Line; enrolled on July 16, 1819, under act of Congress of March 18, 1818; payment to date from July 5, 1819; annual allowance, $96; suspended under act May 1, 1820. Continued and transferred from Edgefield District, S. C., from January
VARNER, JOSEPH, a resident of Clarke County; private, particular service not shown; enrolled on May 8, 1832, under act of Congress of June 7, 1832, payment to date from September 4, 1835; annual allowance, $72. Pension Book, State Branch Bank, Mobile. VAUGHAN, INGRAHAM, aged 77, and a resident of Lauderdale County, private captain and sergeant
UPTON, GEORGE, a resident of DeKalb County; private, particular service not shown; enrolled on July 31, 1833, under act of Congress of June 7, 1832; annual allowance, $30.-Pension Book, State Branch Bank, Mobile. He resided in DeKalb County, June 1, 1840, aged 80. Census of Pensioners, 1841, p. 148.
TABOR, WILLIAM, aged 73, and a resident of Bibb County; ensign and lieutenant N. C. Militia; enrolled on January 2, 1834, under act of Congress of June 7, 1832, payment to date from March 4, 1831; annual allowance, $100; sums received to date of publication of list, $300.-Revolutionary Pension Roll, in Part 3, Vol xiii,
YOUNG, JOHN, aged 90, resided in Wilcox County, June 1, 1840, with Samuel Young.-Census of Pensioners, 1841, p. 149.
George Baker of Pownal Vermont R 162 GEORGE BAKER: probably b. in Mass., about 1730; lived in Pownal, Vt., 1766; was one of the signers of a petition to the king (1766); served in the Revolutionary War in Company of Capt. Joseph Briggs (Vermont Revolutionary Rolls, p. 88). Daniel: b. about 1760. Nathan: b. 1785;
During the period of the Revolution, Keene performed her part faithfully. In 1773 the foot company of Keene numbered 126, under command of Col.. Josiah Willard. The alarm list, numbering forty-five, seems to have been made up of the older men, including many of the original settlers; the selectmen of Keene, David Nims. Eliphalet Briggs,
Robert M. Black, the subject of this memoir, came from an ancestry of more than ordinary importance and prominence. His great-grandfather, with his family, removed from Scotland and settled in Virginia some years before the Revolutionary war, caused by the traitor Arnold in portions of Virginia, volunteered, though far past the age of liability, for
Pompey Woodward, a negro, who did not know his age or parentage, had served in the Revolution as a waiter to some officer. He came to Sullivan, after his second m. He m (1), in Sterling, Mass., Apr. 15, 1788, Rosanna Hendley; both were of Sterling, Probably their last names were those of families where
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