CAPT. WILLIAM GATEWOOD (VA)
Essex County Virginia Militia, Capt.
SGT JOHN INGRAM (VA)
Montgomery Co Virginia
and American Revolution
wife: Eliz. Chiles
CORP. LAWRENCE STEPHENS (VA)
Virginia Colonial Militia
In 1775, he enlisted in the army and saw service in the Revolutionary War, as a private and as a corporal (see Claim S
7639 - Cert. 16465, Veterans Bureau, Washington, D. C. ). He is also listed in payrolls and muster rolls from Dunmore's War
which was fought on the Virginia frontier in 1774.
Lawrence Stephens was son of Peter Stephens, Jr. and Anna Maria Chrisman
. Born in Frederick Co., Va, about 1755, and came with his father to Montgomery County, Virginia, about 1767.
in the First Virginia Regiment of Riflemen under Corp. Patrick Henry, Captain William Campbell of Holston and Lieutenant
Cummins from Bedford. After the war, he and his brother Joseph Stephens lived in Wythe County (formed from Montgomery
Co VA) where, in 1787, he married Joanna Herbert and located on a 600 acre tract of land, on Little Reed Island Creed, which
he acquired August 17, 1793. He built for his residence, a small two room log house, in which he lived until he could build
a larger one, which he built about the year 1795, the ruins of which are still standing, and lived there until his death May
3, 1847, at over 90 years of age. His will which is recorded in the Clerk's Office of Carroll County, Virginia, WB 1 p 148,
leaves his estate to his children.
JAMES CURRIE, Jr. (NC)
Revolutionary Grave Marker placed by SAR
DAR numbers 54992 and 74985
His wife was Sarah Black
DAR record: CURRY Jr, James
Birth: NC 26 Apr 1765
Death: TN 16 Jan 1842
No Widow Pensioned: No
Children Pensioned: No Heirs Pensioned: No
JAMES GARDNER (NY)
Born in Duchess Co, NY
Lived and died in Carroll Co, Virginia
Veteran of the Revolutionary War,
from Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots: Hillsville VA 56: Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.2,
Serial: 11999; Volume: 8 - Also "In 1777 James Gardner enlisted in the American Revolution from New York...he later moved
to Grayson County Virginia." from Records of Carroll County, Virginia; His wife was Tobitha Martin.
ROBERT BLACK (NC)
DAR PATRIOT INDEX, PAGE 243
BORN 1725 VA ~ DIED 1781 NC
JOSEPH D. REYNOLDS (VA)
firstname.lastname@example.orgPittsylvania Co VA
Reynolds, Joseph D., Co. B, 38th Regt.
Name: JOSEPH REYNOLDS
Rank - Induction:
Roll Box: 101 Roll Description: VA
Revolutionary War Service Records NARA
Joseph Reynolds and his father,
Hugh Reynolds were both on Capt. Hankins List .....
Oaths of Allegiance - 1777 Pittsylvania County, VA
War Records VIRGINIA
SECTION IV page 592593
His second wife was Nancy Ford.
HENRY TILLEY (NC)
email@example.comNORTH CAROLINA CONT'L LINE $23.33 annual
allowance $56.95 Amt. received MAY 22, 1833
PENSION atarted AGE
80 DIED AUGUST 14, 1833
Revolutionary War Pension file# S 7731
His wife is thought to have been Margaret Elizabeth
BRITTAIN DUKE (NC)
firstname.lastname@example.orgNorth Carolina State Militia
North Carolina Revolutionary Soldier,
Sailors, Patriots and Descendants,
LDS Fiche #6046654, Franklin Co NC
Also served in Granville County
North Carolina State Militia
wife was Anna Bennett.
MAJ. WILLIAM WITCHER Sr. (VA)
Virginia Colonial Militia
email@example.comLocation: Pennhook VA, Pittsylvania Co VA
Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.4, p. Serial:
12978; Volume: 1 WITCHER, William. Capt.-Col County Militia during the
Indian Expeditions. 1776-1777. Member of the Committee
of Safety. Vestryman, Justice; He led his Company to Stono Inlet. S.C. 1779 and to Hillsboro to support Gen. Green in the
winter of 1780. Fought with Col. Campbell's riflemen at Guilford.
GILES BOWERS (NC)
firstname.lastname@example.orgNorth Carolina Revolutionary War Soldiers
Pierce's Register Vol. II. Book A.A.Pages 1-44 Inclusive page 192;
Giles Bowers, Soldier Pierce'S Register Volume X page 242 No.: 476. To whom granted and rank: Giles Bowers, Privt. No. acres:
640 Service in months: 84 : Jno. Elliot W. Caswell. He was in Captain Belcher's 35th Regiment. After his death, his heirs
applied for the 160 acres of land still owed him for his service. Warrant 27987.
JAMES GRAY (NC)
James Gray was granted land from Wilkes County, NC on "Gray's Creek" which was named after him. He fought
in the American Revolution. Pierce'S Register Vol. II. Book A.A.Pages 1-44 Inclusive page 185 Pension Application
S6928My Gray ancestors removed to Carroll Co, VA.
Rev War Veteran, Source: Lieut. Col. Stephen Moore and Major John Barnwell to Lieut. Col. Nesbit
Balfour, Prison Ship, Torbay, Charleston Harbour, May 18, 1781. From Documentary History of the American Revolution, by Gibbes.
These prisoners were taken during the Battle of Camden.
SGT. THOMAS COLEMAN (VA)
email@example.comHe lived in Caroline County, VA
1st VA Regt. under Lt. Col. B. Ball
served Aug 1776-Aug
1779, Library of VA
Military certificate number: LO 2693.
Available on microfilm. Virginia Land Office.
Certificates, reels 1-38.
New York State Militia, 2nd Regiment NY,
Dubois' Reg. of Levies.
Compiled Service Records of Soldiers
Who Served in the American Army
During the Revolutionary War
Orange County, NY
Hawthorn's Regiment of the Militia
State: New York
Regiment: Second Regiment
Record Type: Individual
Given Name: John
Publication Number: M881
One John Bradner served as Quartermaster in NY Col. Lewis Dubois' aka DuBoy's Regiment, New York Levies
JAMES FARMER (VA)
firstname.lastname@example.orgSon of Michael Farmer
Grayson County, Virginia
Father of Isaac Farmer
DAR - Dorothea Henry Chapter
ASHFORD NAPIER (VA)
email@example.comHe lived or owned property in Fluvanna, Henry
and Franklin Counties in Virginia.
Recognized as a Revolutionary
War veteran of the
Revolutionary War ancestors of Atascosa Chapter DAR . His wife was Mary Ann Staples.
WILLIAM MARTIN (VA)
firstname.lastname@example.orgRevolutionary War Records VIRGINIA
SECTION II (18) [DOCUMENT No. 44]
7569 Martin, William State Line
Share in the Military Movements of the Revolution page 203" ; Virginia Revolutionary War Records; Virginia Militia in the
Revolutionary War - McAllister Publishing Co., Hot Springs, VA: 1913. His wife is believed to be Delphia Walden.
SGT. PETER STEPHENS, Jr. (VA)
Virginia Colonial Militia
He was born about 1732 in Frederick County, Virginia and moved with
his families to Montgomery County, Va which later became Wythe County, Va. He died in 1812. Not only did he fight in the American
Revolution, but he was also included in the payrolls and muster lists from Dunmore's War which was fought on the Virginia
frontier in 1774.
DAR ID Number: 60670, Served as Sergeant in the Virginia troops under Lieut. Charles Stockley. Virgina
Genealogical Society Quarterly
The Chesterfield Supplement Accessions #23816, Virginia State Library
"Some Rev. War
Soldiers who enlisted at Chesterfield VA after 1 Sept. 1780"
His wife was Anna Maria Chrisman.
JAMES MATTEN EARLY (VA)
email@example.comJames Matten Early served as a private in
Capt. Thomas Smith's company and
Col. George Moffett's regiment.
JOHN (WICHART) WITCHER (VA)
firstname.lastname@example.org Pittsylvania Co VA
Roll Box: 104, Roll Description: VA
Source Information: U.S. Army Historical
Register, 1789-1903, Vol. 2 Orem, UT: 1997. Original data: Heitman, Francis B. Historical Register and Dictionary of the United
States Army, 1789-1903, Volume 2, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903. Halifax Captains
SAMUEL HELTON (VA)
email@example.comSamuel Halton, I believe this man to be Samuel Helton, father of Sarah Elizabeth Helton MABRY.
Rank - Induction:
Roll Box: 93
Roll Description: VA
Source Information: Revolutionary War Service Records. Ancestry, Inc.,
THOMAS JONES (VA)
CENSUS OF PENSIONERS
firstname.lastname@example.orgState of North Carolina
Stokes Co NC, Thomas Jones.
Magazine Of Virginia Genealogy, VOL. 31, NO 3 LAND
Thomas Jones, Louisa Co. VA 14 February 1780, CERT.#488-490
THOMAS WHITLOCK (VA)
in Captain Joseph Spencer's Company
of the 7th VA Commanded
Colonel Alexander McClenachan
JOHANN HEINRICH STOLTZ (PA)
wife Anna Barbara Dietz
ROBERT DUNN (VA)
Entered as a Cadet
Land Bounty in KY
wife, Eliz. Stephenson
RICHARD BENNETT (VA)
Richard Bennett born Middlesex Co VA
Lived in Granville Co NC
Virginia Militia and Rev War
US Rev War Rolls VA 99-100
"Virginia's Colonial Soliders"
JOHN CARR aka KARR (VA)
Name: John Karr Birth Date: 1740 Birthplace: Virginia,
Volume: 94 Page Number: 70
Biographical Info: priv. Reference: Historical reg. Of Virginians in the Rev., soldiers, saliors
and marines, 1775-1783. Ed.
By John H. Gwathmey. Richmond, Va. 1938. (13, 872p.):433
SGT. THOMAS PARKS (VA)
Rev. War Sergt Thomas Parks, source: Revolutionary War Rolls, 1775-1783; [roll
box 111] VA (National Archives Microfilm Publication M246, 138 rolls); War Department Collection of Revolutionary War
Records, Record Group 93; National Archives, Washington. D.C.
JOHN SAMUEL STRUB (NC)
North Carolina State Line
Wife was Susannah Stolz
sources: "North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal" Feb
1977, p 41."Surry County North Carolina Wills 1771-1827" by Jo White Linn pg