Rejected or Suspended Applications for Revolutionary War Pensions

Ware, Robert……………Richland, Belmont………….Not six months service

Ware, Frederick………..____, Ross…………………….Not Military Service

Ware, Thomas, deceased….____, Mecklenburg……The widow, or if none, the children, upon proof of his death, will be entitled from 20th, March, 1831, to the day of his death.

Ware, Rowland………….McMinnville, Warren……….For proof from the Raleigh records

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Rejected or Suspended Applications for Revolutionary War Pensions — 1 Comment

  1. Over 40 persons from the VA Woodson line served in the Continental Line. Sources found in the “Valentine papers,”; pub by the Valentine Muuseum of Richmond dealing with the Vaentines & their related families.
    It usually requires a re-researching. My Maj. Tarleton Woodson, Continental Line is easy. The Ware’s are close, as well as Payne’s. The “Friends” had given up their aversion to “arms”, while many had become Anglicans or many more “Baptist”. The early Hugenots (meaning: “soft singers or speakers.), had found a home in the early Baptist as presented by the Rev. Iverson Lewis, a famous “soft, rational delivery”, and Rev. Louis Chaudoin of Goochland, who would later appear in LA with many as Mimms.
    Betty Fitzgerald

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