George Fry II served with Virginia Militia during the American Revolution.
George Fry, Jr. was born circa 1755. Both he and his father were Veterans of the American Revolutionary War, and both served at the Battle of Point Pleasant.  Records maintained by the Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution indicate that his wife's name was Keziah. Applications for membership in the Society have been made by the descendants of his son, George, who married Mary Ann Johnston and of his daughter, who married Joseph Darr.
George died in 1818, in Giles county, Virginia. (Note: This area of Virginia became part of West Virginia, in 1863, at the onset of the American Civil War)
↑ SIMPSON-POFFENBARGER, THE BATTLE OF POINT PLEASANT, P 24
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