Did Richard Pace V serve in the American Revolution?

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If you do a google  search of

American Revolutionary war and Richard Pace

you will find references to Richard Pace in the American Revolutionary war.
by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.1m points)
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Drury, Barnabas, and Silas were all involved and had descendant daughters in the Daughters of the American Revolution.  Search this DAR page for "pace". http://services.dar.org/public/dar_research/search/?Tab_ID=1

by Kitty Smith G2G6 Pilot (531k points)
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There is a Richard Pace at Jamestown. He help save residents escape a massacre. He was b. 1583 and died 1627. Was married to Isabella Smyth 1590-1639. Then a another Richard Pace (after George Pace 1609-1655) 1637-1736. Then Richard 1699-1775 then Richard Pace 1724-1779. Hope that helps . It’s one of my family’s lines. #1910 Anita
by Anita Wray G2G Crew (390 points)

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