"According to the records of his daughter, he died of cancer and wounds from battle at Blue Lick, Kentucky. This battle at Blue Lick was an ambush by the Wyandot Indians, and was the last battle of the American Revolution, 75 men from Kentucky were killed." Source: Families of Southwestern Kentucky.
"While residing in Camdem District, South Carolina, he was drafted in June or July 1777, and served as sergeant for three months under Captain John Cook and Colonel Goodwin. He was drafted again in June or July 1779, and served as sergeant for three months under Captain John McChord or Captain Robert McGowen, and Colonel John Russell. In the fall of 1779 he moved to Kentucky and settled at Bryant's Station, and there held the office of Sergeant under Captain William Hays. He was wounded at the battle of Lower Blue Licks. He also served in General George Rogers Clark's Expedition against the Piqua Towns and was frequently engaged against the Shawnee Indians until 1783.
He was pensioned from September 9, 1809 for the disability resulting from wound received at the battle of Blue Licks, nature of wound not stated. He died June 28, 1817." Source: Revolutionary Pension letter.
Boone-202 and Boone-657 do not represent the same person because: they are sons of different parents, although previous bad merges had muddied the differences between them. I've edited the data fields for Boone-202 to better reflect information attributed to Squire son of George.