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1835 Pension Roll - Sullivan County, Tennessee

 
East Tennessee is part of Appalachia. At the end of the French and Indian War, colonists began drifting into the area. In 1769, they first settled along the Watauga River. During the Revolution, the Overmountain Men defeated British loyalists at the Battle of Kings Mountain. The State of Franklin was formed in the 1780s, but never admitted to the Union.
Name Notes   state served
Acree, John     Virginia
Adams, Micajah     Virginia
Allay, Samuel     North Carolina
Archer, Isaac
    Virginia
Bell, William     North Carolina
Barnes, John     Virginia
Barnes, William     Pennsylvania
Bates James
    North Carolina
Beeler, Jacob     Virginia

Bolen, John
    Virginia
Boy, Jacob private in Captain Sensum's company   Virginia
Bridwell, Benjamin     North Carolina
Bright, James     Maryland

Brown, Hiram
     
Bushong, George     Tennessee
Butler, Zachariah     Maryland
Carr, William     North Carolina
Chester, John     Virginia
Childers, David     Georgia
Coleman, John     Georgia
Copus, William     Virginia
Cox, Edward     North Carolina
Cox, Joseph     Maryland
Cox, Thomas Lieutenant   Maryland
Cross, Abraham     North Carolina

Cross, Elijah
    North Carolina
Crutsinger, Solomon     Maryland
Davis, John      
Dulany, Benjamin     Virginia
Fitch, John     Virginia
Ford, John Dye      
Gaines, Ambrose     Virginia
Galloway, Michael     Maryland
Glover, Richard     North Carolina
Godsey, William or Goodsey   Virginia
Good, William     Virginia
Gorsage, John     North Carolina
Gray, Joseph     Virginia
Grimsley, Joseph     Virginia
Hamilton, Joshua     Virginia
Hammons, Absalom     North Carolina
Hawk, Jacob     Virginia
Hawley, Francis     Virginia
Henwood, Robert     Armand's Legion
Hudson, John     Virginia
Hughes, David     Virginia
Hughes, Peter     Virginia
Jones, Thomas     North Carolina
King, John     Pennsylvania
Leonard, Frederick     Virginia
Leslie, Alexander     Virginia
Latture, Harmon Leture   Pennsylvania
Light, Vachal     Virginia
Magert, Thomas, Sr.     Virginia
Mauk, Andrew     Virginia
McLain, Thomas     Pennsylvania
Morrell, Thomas     North Carolina
Nucum, Julius     Virginia
Perrin, Nathan     Massachusetts
Shaffer, John     Virginia
Slaughter, Jacob     North Carolina
Smallwood, Elisha      
Smith, Caleb     North Carolina
Smith, Zebulon     Virginia
Snodgrass, William     Virginia
Taylor, Samuel     Virginia
Treadway, Robert     North Carolina
Waddle, Jacob captured at Fort Niagra    
Webb, Benjamin     Pennsylvania
Wells, Zachariah     Virginia
Whiteman, Frederick     Pennsylvania










 
 

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