2 edition of family of Reynolds Ramsey, Revolutionary soldier found in the catalog.
family of Reynolds Ramsey, Revolutionary soldier
Willie Hardin Bivins
by Order from Mrs. W.V. Bivins in Oklahoma City, Okla. (5713 Lawson La., Oklahoma City 73132)
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by Willie Reeves Hardin Bivins.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.R18 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||88192933|
office to which he was thereafter annually appointed until his death. Milton and the Jennings family were among the original settlers of Benton County. Land purchased by Henry Jennings, Milton's father, dates to Octo , and was south of the railroad bridge across Big Pine Creek east of the present village of Templeton. Reynolds, Anthony Smith, Samuel Salts, John Windpan, Frederick [Pg. 16 in book] Pages Vol. 2. ROLL OF CAPT. JOHN SPENCER'S COMPANY (Probably from Ross County) Served from Jun. 1, until Capt. John Spencer Sergt. James Gibson Sergt. Joseph Statelu Corp. Samuel Murphy Privates: Barrack, John Bevard, Jacob.
Thomas Preston of Bedford County served, and as a Major during the War of Afterwards, he received bounty lands in Jasper County, Georgia. Another soldier from Bedford County was William Pullen who served in the 14th Regiment of the Continental Line, serving seven years in all. Pullen slew a British officer in hand-to-hand combat. The Rennolds, Reynolds family of England and Virginia, [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc,
USING THIS BOOK This book is a collection of material contained in the archives of the Reynolds Family Association. It was initially conceived as a vehicle to reprint the genealogical and historical information that appeared. An Intimate History of the American Revolution in Pittsylvania County by Frances Hurt. Many little-known family stories, scores of surnames, roster of Pittsylvania soldiers. Illustrated and fully indexed, reprinted in hard cover. $17 postpaid. Send order to: Pittsylvania Historical Society c/o Susan Worley, Greenbay Road, Chatham VA
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Get this from a library. The family of Reynolds Ramsey, Revolutionary soldier. [Willie Hardin Bivins] -- Reynolds Ramsey was born 24 October in Ireland or Scotland. He married Naomi Alexander and they lived six miles west of Gettysburg, York County (now. Reynolds Ramsey was listed as being born in New Castle, Delaware, but his grandson, James G.
Ramsey stated in his autobiography that Reynolds was born in Ulster, Ireland. Reynolds Ramsey served in the French and Indian War, served with Washington at Trenton, Princeton and Valley Forge.
His mill on Marsh Creek Burial: Lebanon In The Fork Cemetery, Knoxville. Reynolds Ramsey was the father of Francis Alexander Ramsey, who rode by horseback from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to the area now known as Knoxville, TN.
Francis A. Ramsey built the first stone house there, modeled after the PA homes, which was known as Swan Pond, The Ramsey House, Pigeon Forge, TN, now a State Revolutionary soldier book en: Jane Reneau, John Ramsey, William I Ramsey, Richard Ramsey, Samuel Reynolds Graham Ramsey.
The Revolutionary War lasted for eight family of Reynolds Ramsey years, beginning with the battle between British troops and local Massachusetts militia at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts, on 19 Apriland ending with the signing of the Treaty of Paris in If your family tree in America stretches back to this time period, it is likely you can claim descendancy from at least one ancestor who had.
Memorial for William Reynolds, from British soldier to Colonial American Patriot at - William Reynolds was a soldier sent over with the Braddock Expedition in and survived at least two battles on the Pennsylvania frontier. He supported the Pennsylvania Provincials in defending against French and Indian attacks.
We find that Reynolds came in direct contact with Colonel George. They also contain more specific information about a soldier’s family, state of health, and life after the war.
Revolutionary War Service Records $ Found here are digital images of the compiled service records for the regular soldiers of the Continental Army, and also for the militia, volunteers and other who served alongside them. (Record Group 93) cu. Overview of Records Locations Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS (bulk ) lin.
Federal records State records RECORDS RELATING TO MILITARY ORGANIZATION AND SERVICE (bulk ) 2, lin. RECORDS RELATING. Transcriptions are provided for pension applications filed by Revolutionary War soldiers serving in the Southern Campaigns.
Rosters are also included, as available. All site documents are indexed and simultaneously searchable. Kentucky Census of Pensioners. June 1, Try our genealogy search engine.
The Kentucky Census of Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services with their names, ages, and places of residence, as returned by the marshals of the several Judicial Districts, under the act for taking the sixth census. Head of family, Name Age with whom residing. An illustration of an open book.
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Full text of "List of the revolutionary soldiers of Virginia. Special report of the Department of Archives and History for ". 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), Forgotten American Revolutionary Soldiers. Buried in Carpenter’s Fort Cemetery, Lincoln County, Kentucky A Revolutionary Soldier (Court Order Book) Campbell County, Kentucky.
The Ramsey Family of Rockcastle and Garrard Counties, Kentucky. Mrs. Ashley, III [Ramsey] Montgomery, Robert H. "Ramsey Families of Augusta and Rockbridge Counties, Virginia," The New England Historical and Genealogical Register ().
FHL Collection. [Ramsey] Ramsey Family File. MSS., Willard Library, Evansville, Ind. Microfilmed FHL Film Item 6. [Ramsey] Ramsey, Lee K. "A nation that honors its heroes, honors itself." NOTE: This is not a complete list of all Revolutionary War Soldiers The locating and marking of Revolutionary soldiers' graves is another work of the Daughters of the American Revolution, but carrying with it a great deal of labor, since accurate dates, location, names, services, etc., must be secured and identified before the D.A.R.
markers. The Mellon family works with the Reynolds in this Aluminum cartel, and various Illuminati families also have their hands in the management of the Aluminum industry. THE TOBACCO-DRUG CONNECTION. The Reynolds family is behind the RJ. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Boyden Gray of the Satanic Grey/Gray family is heir to the RJ.
Reynolds Tobacco Co. Frank RAMSEY letter to pension board requesting reason his father, Thomas RAMSEY of Garrard County Kentucky, was suspended from the Revolutionary War Pension roles. July 6, - Indianapolis, Indiana (Denison Hotel) Mrs.
Archibald W HALL letter to pension office requesting war record and family data of Thomas RAMSEY of Garrard County Kentucky.
Alexander Ramsey (September 8, – Ap ) was an American politician. He was born near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Alexander Ramsey was elected from Pennsylvania as a Whig to the U.S. William Aiken (–), founder and president of the South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company; William Aiken Jr.
(–), the 61st Governor of South Carolina, who also served in the state legislature and in the U.S. House of Representatives Gnaeus Julius Agricola (AD 40–93), Roman general. Aleijadinho (/–), Brazilian sculptor and architect.
Her son, Robert Ramsey, known as "Robert Ramsey of Beverley Manor" acquired land adjoining hers in James Robertson: Beverleys Manor (Beverley Patent SW, acres, ), (b. Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, d.Albemarle County, VA), the progenitor of the early Robertson family of Augusta County, Virginia.
William Robertson. U.S., Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records, – This collection contains an index to more than 2 million compiled service records for soldiers who served with units in the Confederate army during the Civil War.
U.S., Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, –. Reynolds Allen Ramsey was born on month dayat birth place, Tennessee, to Samuel Reynolds Graham Ramsey and Elizabeth Christian Ramsey (born Fleming). Samuel was born on October 20in Gettysburg, Adams, Pennsylvania, USA.Lt.
Robert Ramsey of Waxhaws 9 Henry Randall 4 as Randoll Frederick Raul 4 also Rawl Abraham Ravon or Ravot of Gran. 7 Joseph Rayns of Gran. 7 ds. Jacob Read 5 Benjamin Reeder 5 as Reader George Ream 6 Evan Rees 6 Henry Rees 6 Abraham Reiley 6 ds.
Lt. John Remington 9 John Rest 6 also Rast James Reynolds 6 ds. Leonard Reynowan 7 also Rynhowan.Preface When I pick up a book to read and see a lengthy preface and about 20 pages introduction I feel like laying it down. Just after the Ramsey-Legg Reunion,at Leander I asked W.
H. Ramsey to write on the Ramsey said 'You do it." o I began what has continued to the present time. wish to thank all the persons who helped me in this.