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Re: John Forman from NY & the Flail during Revolutionary War
Posted by: Alex Lawrence (ID *****6264) Date: February 26, 2004 at 15:41:42
In Reply to: John Forman from NY & the Flail during Revolutionary War by Pat Watts of 568

I'd be interested in hearing about this John Forman as well. I am descended from James Forman of Peekskill NY (his family earlier from Long Island) who was a Loyalist (fought with the King's American Regiment in New York and South Carolina) during the Revoltion (a Tory to those who styled themselves Patriots, who were Whigs or Rebels to those like James).

Many families were split by the Revolution with members chosing opposite sides and fighting bitterly.
It would be interesting to see if these two were related and to fill in gaps in the family history.

Alex Lawrence UE


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