Adam Conde
About Adam Conde was born 19 Sep 1748 in Schenectady, Albany Co., New York. He died 22 Sep 1824 at Glenville, Schenectady Co., New York and is buried in the First Reformed Dutch Church burial grounds, West Glenville, New York He fought at the Battle of Saratoga during Burgoyne’s defeat, but also served at several other forts around New York including Ft.
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Avery Mustain
About Avery Mustain on Jul 11, 1776 at the age of 20 volunteered in Pittsylvania County under Capt. Thomas Dillard. During the siege of Yorktown he assisted in raising breast works & batterys. After the surrender of Lord Cornwallis, he was detailed and marched to Noland’s Ferry on the Potomac River with the prisoners and at Leesburg he received a discharge about the last of November 1781.
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David Jolly
About David Jolly was born in 1739 in Pennsylvania. Private First Class David Jolly served in the Revolutionary War in the Pennsylvania Militia. His service is recorded as: 6th Company, 4th Battalion, Northampton County Militia (1778), Allen Township. Source: Pennsylvania Archives, Series 5, Volume 8, Page 243.
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Enoch Furr
About While a resident of Loudoun County, Virginia, Enoch Furr volunteered in November, 1775, for one year, served as private in Captain George Johnson’s company, Colonel Spotswood’s Virginia Regiment, was in the battle of Long Bridge [Great Bridge] and present when Norfolk was burned by Lord Dunmore in January, 1776, and was engaged the rest of the time in scouting parties around Williamsburg and was discharged at the expiration of the term for which he enlisted.
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General John Stricker
About This is the grave of General John Stricker in the Westminster Burial Ground, Baltimore. He was a captain in the 1st Maryland, “The Maryland Line” in the Revolutionary War. He rose to the rank of Brigadier in the Maryland Militia and served in the War of 1812.
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John Burgess
About My ancestor, John Burgess, was a quartermaster in Benedict Arnolds effort to take Quebec. I know he is my ancestor because the Burgess family has done a DNA study which confirms it. When I decided to join the Norfolk Chapter I was told I needed to do a lot of research.
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Joseph Tremau Sippy, Amos Walton, Zopher Ball, William Ashley, and Nehemiah Howe
About I have some photos for a few of my ancestors who fought for the cause… Joseph Tremau Sippy came over with Comte d’Estaing’s fleet and fought for the American cause. 1764 - 1819. He is buried in Westfield Presbyterian Cemetery, Mount Jackson, PA.
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Josiah Kendall (Sr.)
About Robert Bruce Kendall, Sr., Robert Bruce Kendall, II and Robert Bruce Kendall III, and Christian Kendall, and now Alexander Kendall, submit the photo of the grave site of one of 24 of their verified paternal ancestors: Josiah Kendall, (Sr.), 1712-1785. buried at Kendall Hill in Sterling Mass, along side of Josiah, Jr.
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Michael Lauver
About I joined on my 4th great grandfather, Michael Lauver. b. August 11, 1757 in Lancaster, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania d. Richfield, Juniata County, Pennsylvania buried at Brick Church Cemetery, Richfield, Juniata County, Pennsylvania A picture of his head stone is attached.
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Peter Francisco
About Peter Francisco was born on July 9th, 1760 in Portugal. Find out more at his wikipedia article here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Francisco Peter Francisco is the patriot ancestor of Compatriot Bob Grimes. Gallery