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The Grimmetts of Virginia of the Revolutionary War era and their descendents
David L. Price
|Statement||by David L. Price.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.G8624 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 150 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||80081609|
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(Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images Language: English (later Pittsylvania, then Henry, then Franklin) County, Virginia by Descendants and relatives migrated.
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Get this book in print. AbeBooks; Pensioners Residing in Virginia in who Received Pensions. Virginia Militiamen. r GENERAL INDEx. McAllister Limited preview - Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War J. McAllister Snippet view - Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War: McAllister's Data.
Selby is a historian and scholar, but he finds the humanity in the story.―Robert Merritt, Richmond Times-Dispatch "With clarity and grace, Selby carries the story of Virginia in the revolution through to the victorious end of the war.
Selby has given us a superb account of Virginia during a crucial period of American history/5(6). The 13th Virginia Regiment was a United States infantry regiment during the American Revolutionary War.
Summary. The 13th Virginia Regiment was authorized on 16 September by the Continental Congress for service with the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. The unit was organized on 12 February at Fort Pitt in present-day western Pennsylvania to consist of nine Allegiance: Continental Congress of the United States.
May, Anne– 9 MarchVa. issued warrant for to Anne May wife of a Continental Soldier for her support til June next per order York Court (Creel, Selected Virginia Revolutionary War Records, vol 3, 82, with ref.
to Library of Virginia, Record Gr Auditor of Public Accounts, Inventory En Daybooks: Receipts and Warrants. VS.5 Virginia's Role in the Revolutionary War.
Varied roles of Virginians in the Revolutionary War era • PATRIOTS - Virginia patriots served in the Continental Army and fought against the English, leading to the English surrender at Yorktown. • Colonists believed their local assemblies had legal authority.
Militia, United States -- History Revolution, Regimental histories, Virginia -- History Revolution,Virginia -- Biography. There are no Pages: Varied roles of Virginians in the Revolutionary War era • PATRIOTS - Virginia patriots served in the Continental Army and fought against the English, leading to the English surrender at Yorktown.
• NEUTRAL- Some Virginians were neutral and did not take sides. Copy of a book of accounts. Alphabetical by initial letter only. Virginia militia in the Revolution, from Augusta and other coumties, compiled from sworn statements of applicants for pen-sions under law of (Virginia magazine of history and biography, Julyv.
51 and 52 () Pension Roll of Virginia (APA ) 53 and 54 () War Office Journal and Letterbook () 55 () War Office Order Book, () War Office Letter Books, IV.
Size rolls in RG 2, State Government A. Accession “Revolutionary Army No. 1,” aka “Register of Non-CommissionedFile Size: KB. The inventory entry (Salmon and Kolbe, Auditor of Public Accounts Inventory [Richmond: Virginia State Library, ], 51) reads.
This series consists of a collection of revolutionary war militia lists. Although most of the lists record the names of the men in. The Americans Win the War. • The last major battle of the Revolutionary War was fought at Yorktown, Virginia.
• The American victory at Yorktown resulted in the surrender of File Size: 1MB. About Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War This database includes the summary of the Militia's military movements arranged by counties, declarations of Virginia Militia Pensioners, Militia officers appointed in various counties, and pensioners residing in and outside of Virginia in who received pensions as Virginia militiamen.
The Revolutionary War soldiers identified in this work lived at one time or another in what is now the State of West Virginia, their military duties having been discharged in the service of other states. The data given for each soldier typically includes the name, age, date of birth, service record, date pension applied for and granted, place of residence, names of wife and children, and.
Virginia’s role in the American Revolution SOL VS 5a – 5c Important People Places Vocabulary Here we go. roles in the Revolutionary War Era.
Can you think of the 3 most significant people. The Virginia Declaration of Rights was written first by George Mason. Virginia. Prince Edward County Militia: Captain John Morton’s Company McAllister, pp.
Virginia. Captain John Morton’s Company, Prince Edward County Militia: Captain John Morton; 1 st Lieutenant John Holcomb; 2 nd Lieutenant Obadiah Woodson; Ensign Edward Wood. 4 officers. 81 enlisted men. McAllister, pp.
in the Library of Virginia’s collection, as does E. Sanchez-Saavedra, comp., A Guide to Virginia Military Organizations in the American Revolution, – ().
Records pertaining to service in Virginia Continental Line, State Line, and miscellaneous units were abstracted by the U. War DepartmentFile Size: KB. The Grimmetts of Virginia of the revolutionary war era and their descendents Price, David L.
Indexed Moses Hughes and his family Franklin, Nancy Dillard Pg 36,Bradford's brother Lankford Hughes applied for a acre tract in Januaryand his sister Dorinda Mashburn, now of Talladega County, bought land in January List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia.
Special report of the Department of Archives and History for by Virginia State Library. Archives Pages: Revolutionary sentiments first began appearing in Virginia shortly after the French and Indian War ended in The very same year, the British and Virginian governments clashed in the case of Parson's Virginia legislature had passed the Two-Penny Act to stop clerical salaries from inflating.
Virginia Revolutionary War Records Virginia played a pivotal role in the struggle for American independence from Great Britain, – Vir-ginia troops were engaged from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River and many citizens provided some form of military or public service.
The records of service are numerous, varied and sometimes. VIRGINIA MILITIA IN THE REVOLUTION. [The publication of the " Militia Book " is temporarily sus-pended in order to give place to a list kindly furnished by Mr.
McAllister, of Warm Springs, Va.] Editor Virginia Magazinie of History and Biography: I herewith hand to you a list of names of soldiers who served in the Revolutionary War from Virginia.
Virginians played various roles during the Revolutionary War. Virginia patriots from all walks of life served in the Continental Army. Brave farmers, merchants, traders, craftsmen, and even ministers joined the fight for independence.
Soldiers were not the only citizens supporting the war effort. Size: KB. Virginia Pensioners of the American Revolutionary War 80 Pages, "x11", Full Name Index, Soft Cover, ReprintedVA the War Department were destroyed by fire on November 8, The War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records was begun in when Secretary of War William Belknap made the first of several purchases of Revolutionary War records for the Depart-ment.
By War Department orders of July 3a Record. One dozen pre-Revoluntionary War families of eastern North Carolina, and some of their descendants.
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Link To This Page — Contact Us — Revolutionary War Online Records Original Documents from the National Archives through Search The Muster and Pay Rolls of the War of the Revolution, Browse these rolls by state and name of organization (regiment, battalion, guard, company, etc.).
Find names of soldiers with the help of annotations supplied by other Footnote users and. List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for book. Read reviews from world’s largest /5(18). Historical Register of Virginians in the Revolution.
Browse this collection. Tazewell County, Virginia, Military. Tazewell County, VA USGenWeb Archives REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Pension of Jarrett Bowling, May Elke Hall. John Peery, Revolutionary War Pension Affidavit. Jan Janet Putt Neville. Virginian John Maddox III (c) was a volunteer in the Revolutionary War from Goochland County, Va.
during and served under Capt. Gideon Hacker guarding Hessian prisoners. Later they rendezvoused at Richmond to march from the James River to Cabin Point. Maddox was with the troops to join the main Army at Richmond, commanded by Lafayette until joined by General.
The Society of the Cincinnati, Gift of Burwell Bassett Smith, Shoebuckleownedby BurwellBassett,18th andstones. The Society of the Cincinnati, Gift of Burwell Bassett Smith, B orn into a prominent Virginia family in the Tidewater region, Burwell Bassett began his political career as a member of the colonial House of.
The JLARC Report and Mike's supplement thereto has been combined into one expanded spreadsheet. (See attached) This spreadsheet, when the data has been filled in will be converted to paragraphs and will provide the main portion of a future VASSAR publication on the burials of Revolutionary War veterans and patriots in Virginia.
Virginia State Line  VA LTC Joseph Crockett's Western Battalion [not brigaded] Albemarle Barracks, Shepherdstown, Fredericktown †Original: Virginia HS, Faulkner Family Papers, Section X, commonplace book.
The American Revolutionary War started in April between British military based in Boston, Massachusetts and American colonial militia. While the conflict initially started as a political dispute between the British national government and residents of the American colonies over taxes, the American Continental Congress declared the colonies to be an independent nation in July Information on Peter Coger Jacob’s son, Peter Coger, born inserved at Point Pleasant, and fought in the battles of Vincennes and Yorktown.
His son William Coger, born inserved in the War of Peter Coger was born aboutand was raised in Rockingham County, Name: John Peter Koger.STONE, WILLIAM (8) Secretary of War () Pension Roll, Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions. Born Died Mar 3, Wife: Mary. STRIBLING, WILLIAM (8) Prisoner of War.
Born Living in STROTHER, THOMAS Public Service Claim.