3 edition of saga of John Hammon, revolutionary war hero and Owen County, Kentucky pioneer found in the catalog.
saga of John Hammon, revolutionary war hero and Owen County, Kentucky pioneer
Stratton Owen Hammon
1979 in Louisville : Pilgrim Press, 1979 .
Written in English
|Statement||by Stratton Owen Hammon ; sponsored by the Owen County Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 83/10845 (E)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 34, iv p.,  leaf of plates ; 22 cm.|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||80115205|
He knew the penalty for collaboration. If a veteran sold his warrant before the document was actually issued, the assignee's name is included in the database. Corbin died in at the age of 48 and was buried in a modest grave, likely near West Point. William Stroud had four sons who served the Union during the War.
Fearing the worst, they search for his corpse. The Soldier served as a substitute for Willis Grimes in Capt. Photograph of Samuel and Margaret. The mystery lingers as West Point plans Tuesday to honor the largely forgotten woman who stepped in to fire a cannon after her husband was killed in battle. Mustered in, Indianapolis, 23 Aug William Stroud had four sons who served the Union during the War.
By the time the DAR decided to honor Corbin with a reburial inany marker on the year-old grave was gone. He was last listed in the Cincinnati directory in and probably returned to Owen County at that time. A, 24th Regiment, Indiana Infantry. Samuel R Combs and Capt. End of story.
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In he came to Illinois, accompanied by his family, with the exception of the eldest son John White. Second marriage on 11 February to Elizabeth Hanley John White lived to be 96 years of age.
Their children[3,4,5]: Samuel Guyton 6 Nov —? For example, a veteran allowed 4, acres might accept the payment in saga of John Hammon warrant or in four warrants of 1, acres each. Our situations are different; I am known as the leader of armies—but you must descend into the grave with the reputation of a foe to your native land.
John Guyton? Foster b. L until Oct. Occasionally, these agents would don civilian garb and attempt to get behind the British lines—but with the intention of returning home within a day or two. It saga of John Hammon be a larger version of the annual ceremonies Minus attended as a cadet.
Bergen, served many prominent churches of his denomination throughout the state and we of this lineage greatly revere our grand sire, enjoying as we do the liberties of our great American civilization for which he fought, we rise up and Kentucky pioneer book him blessed. And so we want to make sure that we close that," said Jennifer Minus, a DAR official who was a West Point cadet in the early '90s when she first learned about Corbin.
The Saga of John Hammon served as a substitute for Willis Grimes in Capt. Therein lies the solution to the mystery.
He was the first white settler in that community. The two men identified Robert as the Revolutionary war pensioner, ostensibly to enable the widow to apply for a pension.
When Kentucky pioneer book applied for his pension, he said he served as much as five years in the Revolutionary War. The hero of The Spy is Harvey Birch, an honest peddler who refuses to accept money for his undercover work for the American side during the Revolution.
So far as I have been able to ascertain, their children were six in number, three sons and three daughters. John White was in his 81st year when he came to this place, and as yet, I have not learned whether he secured land here in his own name, or, whether the land was taken up by his sons. Original signatures are included on original documents, which can prove useful when matching signatures to marriage bonds or pension applications, for example.
Mustered in 5 NovemberMustered out 15 August He was the father of 22 children, only thirteen have been identified. One of them was this Hargis family.
Desiring to Worship God According to the Best light we have in Holy Scriptures, and the Dictates of our own consciences, humbly prayeth that your Worships would be pleased to grant us the liberty to meet together for the worship of God in our way Van Doren Honeyman, Spier Spence's company and was wounded on 7 Novemberin the Battle of Tippecanoe and was discharged 23 Novemberat Shakertown, Indiana.
C, 52nd Regiment, Indiana Infantry; discharged 10 Sept He was last listed in the Cincinnati directory in and probably returned to Owen County at that time. A, 24th Regiment, Indiana Infantry. First publicly appearing in in a New Jersey journal, the tale has since been a mainstay in Revolutionary War histories.
James married Mary Hargis who was mentioned in the will of her father, Thomas Hargis 2 AprilFredrick County, Maryland, in which he leaves her a dark sorrell mare and forty shillings.Reads History of Life of John White, Veteran. Several direct descendants were present Sunday at ceremonies in White Cemetery sponsored by Pierre Menard Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution when a bronze plaque was placed on the grave.
Colonel John Hardin (October 1, – circa May ) was a soldier, farmer, rancher, noted marksman and hunter. He was wounded fighting in Lord Dunmore's War; served as a Continental Army officer in the American Revolutionary War and as a Kentucky Co., Virginia militia commander in the Northwest Indian tjarrodbonta.com was a member of the Methodist church and one of the first judges in the original Battles/wars: 1st Battle at Saratoga, Harmar Campaign.
Owen County Military Information John Hammon. Revolutionary War Links. War of War of Veterans. Mexican War. The Civil War. NEW List and service history of men from Owen County that served in "The Kentucky Orphan Brigade" of the Civil War. Partial Index of Civil War Pensions.List of Veterans.
from Owen Co., KY or living in Owen Co. following Pdf application. This list of Revolutionary War soldiers was drawn up by Anderson Chenault Quisenberry, Secretary of War to Congress in and published later by the Kentucky Society of the American Revolution.Full text of "Revolutionary War soldiers buried in Delaware County" IN J REVOLUTIONARY Download pdf SOLDIERS -BURIED IN DELAWARE COUNTY JAMES ANDREWS Born: James Andrews may have been born in Bucks Coun- ty, Pennsylvania, since he was bound out for work there as a young boy.
to his service. James Soyars came to the quarterly Court.Search Free Revolutionary War graves of Soldiers Buried in Ebook County, New York whose graves have been officially reported, located or marked, by the Daughters of the American Revolution.