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Soldiers of Fincastle County, Virginia, 1774

compiled by Mary B. Kegley
Kegley, Mary B. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Dublin, Virginia : M.B. Kegley, c1974
[iii], 89 p.

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Includes index.

Arranged by companies and gives name, number of days served, rate, and amount paid. Includes names from accounts.

Copied from the Auditor's accounts for Dunmore's War at the Virginia State Library in Richmond, Virginia. "The companies here represent the population of Southwest Virginia from Montgomery County west. Some of the men may have been living in the territory later to become the State of Tennessee." -- Pref.

Fincastle County was created in 1772 from Botetourt County but was dissolved in 1776 when the counties of Montgomery, Washington, and Kentucky (now extinct but covered part of the state of Kentucky).

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