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Revolutionary War Pensioners

CIVIL ORDER BOOK  #4,  1820 - 1823



      pg.  314   Feb. term, 1822;
             George Abney, a revolutionary soldier now files his schedule made the declaration and took the oath required by a late
             act of Congress relative to pensioners which are ordered to be recorded and it is ordered to be certified that the property
             contained in said schedule is valued by the court at six dollars.

      pg.  76;   Sept.  term 1820
             John Burns,  a Revolutionary soldeir and U.S. Pensioner filled his schedule of property, as above---property valued at
             $62.25.

      pg.  76;  Sept. term 1820
             Michael Wilson:  A revolutionary soldier and U.S. Pensioner filed his schedule of property----valued at $18.63 1/2.

      pg.  77   Sept. 1820
             James Ramstead,  Rev. soldier and U.S. pensioner filed his schedule--valued at $94.50.

      pg.  78;  Sept. 1820
             Smith Turner,  Revolutionary soldier and U.S. pensioner filed his schedule,  valued at $275.75.

      pg.  78  Sept. term 1820
             Leiman Deasky,  Revolutionary soldier and U.S. pensioner files his scheldule-- $94.87 1/2.

      pg.  192  June term, 1821;
             Robert Harris,  Revolutionary soldier and U.S. pensioner ---$47.50.

      pg.  192  June 1821
             John Penmetent,  Revolutionary soldier and U.S. pensioner---$184.12 1/2

      pg.  102  Sept. term 1820;
             Abraham Parkinson,  Revolutionary soldier and U.S. pensioner---$553.50.

      pg.  102  Sept. 1820
             Ebenezer Cross,  Revolutionary soldier and U.S. pensioner---$30.00

      pg.  70;  Sept. 1820
             Nathan Peake,   Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$187.25.

      pg.  70;  Sept. 1820
             Stephen Rodgers,  Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$264.00

             also pg. 194  Stephen Rodgers,  Rev. sol. & U.S. pensioner---$125.25

      pg.  71;  Sept. 1820
             Daniel Harris,  Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$99.75

      pg. 101   Sept. 1820
             Daniel Haycock,  Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$31.92 1/2

      pg.  191   June term 1821:
             John Bray,  Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$139.00

      pg.  278   Sept. 12, 1821
             Joseph Bassett, Revolutionary soldier---$40.00
             also pg. 442  June 1822;
             Joseph Bassett came to court,  Sept. 13, 1821 and applied for pension---value of property, $40.00;  still a resident of this
             county.

      pg.  195  June 1821;
             David Davis,  Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$114.50

      pg.  198;  June 1821;
             Hezekiah Roberts, a Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner--- $45.50

      pg.  199   June 1821;
             Smith Turner,  Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$183.50

      pg.  96;  Sept. 1820
             Kimbro Landers,  Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$789.25

      pg.  115   Feb. 1821
             Andrew Stepleton,  Revolutionary soldier & U.S. pensioner---$81.62 1/2

      pg.  199   June 1821
             Smith Turner,  Rev. soldier & U.S. pensioner---$183.55 1/4