Posted By:Wayne Witt Bates
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Subject:Re: William Duval (b.04 Sep 1748) Pension S8362
Post Date:January 28, 2012 at 07:16:52
Message URL:http://genforum.genealogy.com/americanrev/messages/17626.html
Forum:American Revolution Forum
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EXCERPT FROM PENSION OF WILLIAM DUVAL (S8362, WHO LIVED
IN LOUISA CO.,VA, along with Rev. War soldier Reuben Bates, FROM 1781 UNTIL OCTOBER 1783

QUOTE FROM PENSION S8632
about the Year 1781 I bought a Farm called
Potter’s Field of a Merchant of the name of George Pollis in the lower End of Louisa. In October 1783 I removed to my former seat near Richmond;

ROLL THE DICE WHEN AT THE MERCY OF THE DAR
DAR are the folks who decide whose a Patriot and whose not.

EX-OFFICER WILLIAM DUVAL - WAS ONE AND SAME AS MISTER DUVAL
DAR rejected documented war record of Reuben Bates, because
the DAR claimed that ex-officer William Duval was not the
same as "Mister" Duvall of Louisa Co., VA., who picked-up
soldier pay due Reuben Bates of Louisa Co., VA.

DAR IS NOT BIG ENOUGH TO ADMIT MISTAJES