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ILLINOIS GENEALOGY EXPRESS


a part of GENEALOGY EXPRESS
 

ALEXANDER COUNTY,
ILLINOIS


Source:
Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Illinois
by Mrs. Harriet J. Walker
The Standard Printing Company
Los Angeles, California
1917

ALEXANDER COUNTY, ILLINOIS

     GEORGE BROWN was born in Rowan county, North Carolina, in 1755.  He enlisted there in the fall of 1755.  He enlisted there in the fall of 1776, serving two months under Capt., Montgomery and Col. Francis Locke.  He again enlisted in the summer of 1779, serving five and one half months under Quartermaster Yarberry.  He removed to Tennessee, and from there to Union county, Illinois, but died in Alexander county Dec. 10, 1846.  He was pensioned.

     ADAM CLAPP, served in the war from North Carolina.  He came to Union county, Illinois, in 1809, settling on Sandy Creek, which is now in Alexander county, where he probably county in 1818.  He was pensioned.

 
 

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