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Re: Levi Taylor Revolutionary Veteran where info?
Posted by: Pat Haslam (ID *****7500) Date: March 12, 2003 at 18:02:40
In Reply to: Levi Taylor Revolutionary Veteran where info? by Brian Starr of 974

Have you tried the DAR Patriot Index, and the two multi-volume sets by Virgil D. White, one is "Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Records," and the other "Rev. War Service Records," recently published withinthe past 10 years. Alphabetically arranged. What about "Connecticut Men of the Rev. War," by Roberts... Lastly, the histories of Norwalk, Ct. , one by Edwin Hall, Selleck, etc. and another by Stewart & Ray. Don't forget the Barbour Index for Norwalk, Ct., and Land records for Norwalk. This family is early and well-known in Norwalk.


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