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Augusta, Bedford, Botetourt, Culpeper and Fincastle payrolls and public service claims, 1775 : also known as Dunmore's war : enlarged and photocopied

Books/Monographs
English
[S.l. : s.n., 19--?]
ca. 300 leaves

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"This title taken from the Library of Virginia cataloging of the original materials."--T.p.

"A typescript label in this copy refers to these claimants as Revolutionary War veterans, which is inaccurate. However, service in the Dunmore expedition qualifies the soldier as an ancestor for membership in the Daughters of the Amercian Revolution."--T.p.

Fincastle County became extinct in 1776 when it was divided to form Montgomery, Washington, and Kentucky counties. Kentucky County became extinct in 1780 when it was divided into Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln counties which are all in the state of Kentucky.

"Actual order of counties in contents: Culpeper, Augusta, Bedford, Botetourt, Fincastle."--T.p.

Gives soldier's name, county, number of days to be paid for militia and other services or requests, and amount paid.

Photocopy seems to have been made from a microfilm and is not of the best quality.

This was bound in house because of size.

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