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1748 American, Allen, Ohio, USA (Source; ??. Not sure this OH is correct; seems like it should be SC)
BET 1748 AND 1749
The following was provided by Glydie Ann Nelson,(May 7, 1995) which was found in the Chester Library, SC:
"To the Council of Safety in Charles Town. South Carolina District between the Broad River and Catawba rivers as joining the new acquisition and Broad River September 25, 1775, we the subscribers hereto have in compliance with the Resolutions entered into Also instrictions given by the Provencial Congress held in Charles Town on Sat, June 17, 1775, and for the purpose therein mentioned associated and formed ourselves into a Volunteer Company of horsemen and Whereas by an Election held at the house of Mr. Francis Kirkpatrick this day be us the subscribers we have duly elected and Chosen William GASTON to be our Captain, Thomas ROBINS our first and James Kirkpatrick our Second Lieutenants we therefore humbly pray you to grant and give our Commissions or appointments for those officers as chosen. David REED, Wm. BELL, James BELL, James REED, Wm. LOVE, Francis KIRKPATRICK, James Dougherty, Andrew WOODS, John LOVE, Jos. McCOOK, James ELLIOT, John GALLHER, James ROBINS, Jno. SADLER, Robt. ELLIOT, Joseph ROBINSON, Francis BAB, Robert KIRKPATRICK, Harrison BELL, Robt. LOVE, John GILLESPIE, Moses CHERY, (Name obliterated), James McCREON, Patrick DUFFY, John GRANT, John McCOOL, James GRANT, Clayton RODGERS. Endorsed: CAPTAIN FRANCIS KIRKPATRICK's Volunteer Company.
Died Chester Co. SC but buried in Bullock Creek, York Co., SC
Bullock's Creek, York Co., SC
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