William McGehee Revolutionar War Pension File (6 of 36)


William McGehee pension file from NARA Microfilm M804-1683, S32.399

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themselves amongst the quakers and (?) when they took about seventeen of 
them prisoners (?)  then marched back home to Henry County Virginia 
He states that he has no documentation of (?) in (?) and that he knows of no 
person whose testimony he can  (procure?) and who can Testify to his 
services and that (several undecipherable words)  has every claim whatsoever 
a pension or annuity except the present? and declares that his name is not 
on the pension Roll of the agency of any state in the United States.

1st:  Where and in what year were you born?
An. I was born in New Kent County State of Virginia and I think in the year 

2nd.:  Have you any record of your age and if 
so where is it? 
An. Any I have (?) the record of my age in my Family Bible.

3rd:  Where were you living when called in the service; where have you lived 
since the Revolutionary War and where now live/living?
An. I lived in (unreadable/marked out) Pittsylvania County and State of 
Virginia when called in to the service. I moved from the State of Virginia 
to (Seusqlouisa?)---[I have looked at maps all afternoon trying to figure 
this one out---in Karen Groce's transcription it says Sullivan, but it does 
NOT look like Sullivan to me]  North Carolina now/near E. Tennessee where I 
resided about Twenty (three?) (years?) going from (thence?) to Lincoln 
county Tennessee where I  resided about (about repeated?) nineteen years 
(thence?) to Jackson County Alabama where I now reside.
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Transcribed by Janice Arnall on February 5, 2006


Collection: Revolutionar War - M804-1683 - S32.399


Created: 2/4/2006 11:57:15 AM