2 edition of Revolutionary War veterans buried in Columbia County, New York. found in the catalog.
Revolutionary War veterans buried in Columbia County, New York.
Esther Griswold French
|Statement||Compiled for Hendrick Hudson Chapter NSDAR.|
|Contributions||Daughters of the American Revolution. New York. Hendrick Hudson Chapter, Hudson.|
|LC Classifications||F127.C8 F73|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||73166244|
The 5th New York Regiment was raised on Novem outside of New York City, New York for service with the Continental Army. The regiment would see action in the Sullivan Expedition. The regiment would be merged into the 2nd New York Regiment on January 1, and be furloughed June 2, at Newburgh, New York and disbanded November. TITLE: Revolutionary War veterans buried in Columbia County, New York / Compiled for Hendrick Hudson Chapter NSDAR AUTHOR: French, Esther Griswold, Daughters of the American Revolution. New York. Hendrick Hudson Chapter, Hudson PUBLISHED: Hudson, N.Y. [Hendrick Hudson Chapter NSDAR,
The names of Rensselaer County soldiers who participated in the American Revolution (), the War of () and the American Civil War () are included as part of town histories in Cities, Towns & ation about each soldier includes his rank and his regiment and company, where available. Revolutionary War Soldiers Buried In Dauphin County, PA. There is a problem with your email/password. We’ve updated the security on the site.
After the Revolutionary War, the federal government awarded bounty lands to citizens and soldiers for services rendered. In its simplest form, this involved the exchange of free land for military service. Federal records of these Revolutionary War bounty land awards . Sources for Military Bounty Lands: New York Area Key by Florence Clint [American Fork, Utah: Swift Printing, ]. Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants; awarded by state governments by Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck [Genealogical Publishing Co., ]. The Balloting Book and Other Documents Relating to Military Bounty Lands in the State of New York [Albany, NY: Packard & VanBenthusen,
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Revolutionary War veterans buried in Columbia County, New York. Hudson, N.Y. [Hendrick Hudson Chapter NSDAR, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Esther Griswold French; Daughters of the American Revolution.
Hendrick Hudson Chapter (Hudson, N.Y.). VETERANS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR BURIED IN COLUMBIA COUNTY CEMETERIES. Contributed by: Charles P.
Joyce. The information that follows was transcribed from a LDS microfilm tape that was microfilmed in by the LDS. The tape was microfilmed at the Veterans Affairs Office in the Columbia.
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Columbia County, New York, Revolutionary War. These pages are dedicated to those who served in the Revolutionary War from Columbia County, New York. **Revolutionary War Veterans buried in Columbia County. Off Site, click here. Revolutionary War Graves of Soldiers Buried in New York. Revolutionary War Graves of Soldiers Buried in New York, whose graves have been officially reported, located or marked, by the Daughters of the American Revolution of N.Y.
Please note: This is a. State organizattions and local histories often make note of Revolutionary War veterans buried in their locality The Daughters of the American Revolution has published the grave locations of Revolutionary War soldiers in the following source: DAR Annual Report to the Smithsonian Institution, – These lists have been continued in the.
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New York Revolutionary War Pension Lists of ; The Official Roster of the Soldiers of the American Revolution Buried in the State of Ohio scanned searchable book Revolutionary War Public Service Claims Culpeper County Classes, Virginia Military Dead Database - ongoing project.
List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for by Virginia State Library. Archives Division; Eckenrode, H. (Hamilton James), Search Free Revolutionary War graves of Soldiers Buried in Columbia County, New York whose graves have been officially reported, located or marked, by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS - NEW YORK. Volume Reel - American Revolutionary War Service Records; Soldiers--United States--Registers - New York, First Battalion, Independent Companies, First Regiment: A.
Militia Men Received from Westchester County, New York, by Captain Richard Sackett New York: A -C. Revolutionary War Soldiers -- Those living in KY, including those who moved there after the war, as of As Judge Lewis Collins said, "It is evident from their age, (some) were too young to be in the Revolutionary war, except as drummers or wagon-boys; while a few others were probably in the Indian Wars soon after the Revolution.".
The largest group consists of Civil War burial locations. The origination of this collection is a mystery. We cannot figure out when these cards were created or why these men were included but others (the vast majority) were not.
A typical card looks like this: Civil War Burial Cards, last names A - L. Civil War Burial Cards, last names M - Z.
The Revolutionary War Graveyard in Dandridge contains five such veterans. The best known of them is Adednego Inman, who was wounded at Kings Mountain and later survived capture by the Chickamaugans. Five Revolutionary War veterans are buried at Weaver Cemetery near Blountville.
Daughters of the American Revolution, New York. Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in New York. 15 volumes. (R,qA2c). These books are indexed in the Local History and Genealogy card files and contain only the locations of graves and.
It is true that lists of names of New York's revolutionary soldiers have been heretofore published, but these wer derived almost entirely from other original sources, the state treasurer's books of account being the chief source, and their accuracy, for this reason, has been a matter of grave doubt, and therefore the results could not be.
Graves of Revolutionary Soldiers in New York. 15 Volumes. (R,qA2c). Names and graves of Revolutionary War soldiers buried in New York State.
Indexed in Revised Master Index to the New York State DAR Genealogical Records Volumes, Book 2 (R,qD23,). Indexed in the Revolutionary War soldiers card index in the. Revolutionary War veterans, Chenango County, New York, Volumes Nelson B.
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Tiffany Snippet view. In.: the Revolutionary War soldiers and patriots buried in Warrick County, Indiana and some of their descendents Three revolutionary soldiers: David Forman (), Jonathan Forman (), Thomas Marsh Forman ().Revolutionary War Veterans. In development, draft outline provided: Jacob Cous (+) Born at Livingston Manor in Columbia County in Lived in Milan to his death after Andrew Frazier () was the first person of color allowed to teach white students in New York .Abstracts of Graves of Revolutionary War Patriots Revolutionary War graves found between andwhich include the name of the patriot and the cemetery in which the headstone is found.
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