Crawford County, Pennsylvania
REVOLUTIONARY WAR VETERANS
ORIS FILER ...
- 1800 PA Septennial Census (Orris Fyler, Farmer)
- 1802 Tax Duplicates, Mead Twp., p. 324 (Fyler Oris)
- 1820 U.S. Census, p. 71
- 1840 Census of Pensioners, p. 124: Oris Filer, 75, James Masters
- Pension Abstracts, p. 1188:&nsp; FILER, Orris, S23632, CT Line, appl 6 Oct 1832 Crawford Co PA aged about 69 a res of Mead Twnshp PA, sol lived at Windsor CT at enl & lived there 3 to 4 yrs after the Rev War then moved to Upper Canada & about 1802 moved to Old Wayne Twnshp in Crawford Co PA & in 1831 moved to Mead Twnshp PA
ROBERT FITZ RANDOLPH
ROBERT FitzRANDOLPH, said to be born Woodbridge Township, Essex County, New Jersey 14 October/December 1741, died in Crawford County 16 July 1830; married (1) ....
- 1790 U.S. Census
- 1800 U.S. Census
- 1800 PA Septennial Census
- 1810 U.S. Census
- 1820 U.S. Census
- Huidekopers 1850 Memoirs, pp. 116, 148-150, etc.
- 1885 CCo. Hist., pp. 179, 566
- 1899 CCo. Hist., pp. 137-38
- Pioneers, p. 8 (biog., ROBERT FITZ RANDOLPH born in Woodbridge township, Essex County, New Jersey, on December 14, 1741, he moved with his family to Northampton, now Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, and in 1773 to Northumberland County. During the Revolutionary War, he joined Colonel William Crooks regiment and fought in the Battle of Germantown. Because of the Indian hostilities, Fitz Randolph removed his family to his native state. He returned to Northumberland in 1783 and settled on Shamokin Creek, where he continued to reside until 1789, when he came with his family to French Creek Valley. He settled on a farm near Meadville and remained there until his death in July 1830. ... His first wife was Sarah Taylor, whom he married in 1767 in New Jersey. They had eight children [with account of sons James and Edward] ....)
- V.A.: b. 14 Oct. 1741, d. 16 July 1830, bur. West Mead Twp.; served Col. William Cooks Regiment Middlesex Co. Militia
JOHN MATHIAS FLAUGH
- 1810 U.S. Census
- 1820 U.S. Census (Mathias Flock Sn)
- Meadville Courier 21 Jan. 1834
- Pension Abstracts, p. 1207: FLACH, Mathias or Mathias Flaugh or Flack or Flock, S10995, Cont Line, appl 27 Apr 1818 Crawford Co PA & sol d 20 Jan 1834 leaving a wid Mary aged about 74, in 1835 a Jacob Flach made aff'dt in same Co
- 1885 CCo. Hist. pp. 696, 875, 896, 1146
- DAR Patriot Index, Cen. Ed., 1033: FLACK: John Mathias: b 4-8-1752 GR d 1-20-1834 PA m Mary Arnold Pvt PA PNSR
- V.A.: b. 8 April 1752, d. 20 Jan. 1834, bur. Sec. 12, Peiffer Cem., Woodcock Twp.; served 6 May 1784 to 85 May 1785? [Indian Wars?] as private, 4th Battalion Lancaster Co. Militia
- Pension Abstracts, p. 1217: FLINT, Luke, S42195, CT Line, appl 14 Apr 1818 Oneida Co NY a res of Rome NY & sol stated he had 11 children (none named), in 1820 sol was aged 66 with a wife & children; Luke 15 & Elijah aged 7, sol enl at Windham CT, in 1837 sol lived in Crawford Co PA with a son (not named)
- DAR Patriot Index, Cen. Ed., 1042: FLINT: Luke: b 12-20-1752 CT d p 1837 PA m Mary Slate Pvt CT PNSR
- V.A.: b. 20 Dec. 1752, bur. Sec. 181, Lyona Cem., Richmond Twp.; served Lexington Alarm List
possibly CHRISTOPHER FORD ...
- 1800 U.S. Census, Conneaut Twp.
- 1800 PA Septennial Census, Conneaut Twp.
- 1810 U.S. Census, Beaver Twp.
- Pension Abstracts, p. 1230: FORD, Christopher, S18405, PA Line, appl 24 Sep 1832 Ashtabula Co OH aged 70 a res of Salem OH, sol enl at Lancaster in Lancaster Co PA
- Pioneers, p. 26: B, C, D, E (1800 census, tax lists, etc.)
- <../../census/1810/407.html">1810 U.S. Census, Sadsbury Twp.
- 1810 U.S. Census, Sadsbury Twp.
- CCG 3(1980):52 (records of Adams Evangelical & Reformed Church, with Foust account at pp. 60-61.)
- 1885 CCo. Hist., p. 1083
- DAR Patriot Index, Cen. Ed. 1069 FOUTZ: FOUST, FOUTS, PFOUTZ Adam: b c 1750 PA d p 1818 PA m Catherine Brown Pvt PA
- V.A.: b. 1760, d. 3 Jan. 1840, bur. Sec. G Grave 2, Foust Cem., Summit Twp.; served 1 Dec. 1776 to 22 Dec. 1781 as private, 2nd PA Infantry
?? EPHRAIM FULLER
- 1885 CCo. Hist., p. 499
- DAR Patriot Index, [2 listed]
V.A.: bur. Grave 1, Merchant Farm Cem., Bloomfield Twp.; served as Lt., Ensign John R. Blanchard's Skeensborough Militia
THOMAS FULLTERON, born September 1753, died in Crawford Co. 21/22/23 December 1834, buried Millers Station Cemetery, Rockdale Township; married York County, Pa. 22 August 1779 HANNAH KENNEDY, born 25 October 1861.
- 1820 U.S. Census, Venango Twp.
- 1822-23 Pa. Laws 265 (Ch. 155 §2), An act for the relief of sundry soldiers of the revolutionary war, approved 1 April 1823: Thomas Fullerton of Crawford Co. granted $40 immediately, and $40 annuity paylable half-yearly commencing 1 Jan. 1823
- 1835 pension rolls (Pennsylvania Continental Line; age 84)
- Pension Abstracts, p. 1291: FULLERTON, Thomas, Hannah, W3408, PA Line, sol was b in Sep 1753, sol appl 13 May 1823 Crawford Co PA & sol d there 22 Dec 1834, sol had m Hannah () 22 Aug 1779 in York Co PA, wid appl 31 Aug 1839 in Crawford Co PA, wid was b 25 Oct 1761 & wid d 24 Jan 1849, sol stated in 1823 that all his children were of age & married, 2 sons Bailey & William & a daughter Moore were all b before 1789, a son James was aged 60 in 1852 & a daughter Mary was mentioned, sol d in Nov 1835 or 21 or 22 Dec 1834 in Crawford Co PA, in 1789 sol & wife were living in Lycoming Co PA
- 1874 CCo. Directory, p. 43 (history of Cambridge Twp.): Isaac Kelly, Thos. Fullerton, Edward Hicks, James Durham, James Weston, John Sinclear and Alex. Anderson settled here in 1811....
- 1876 CCo. Atlas, p. 24 (history of Cambridge Twp.): The year 1811 saw the arrival of Thomas Fullerton....
- 1885 CCo. Hist., p. 965
- DAR Patriot Index, Cen. Ed., 1105:&nbs; FULLERTON: FULLINGTON Thomas: b 9- -1753 PA d 12-21-1834 PA m Hannah Kennedy Pvt PA PNSR WPNS
- V.A.:nbsp; b. 1749, d. 23 Dec. 1834, bur. lot A-3 Grave 10, Miller's Station Cem., Rockdale Twp.; served as private, Capt. Wm. Doyles Co. 6th PA Cont. Line